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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Road to Hell through Geneva

The road to hell is paved with good intentions.

The civilized world is trundling along the road to hell at full speed in its confrontation, or to be nice, mild disagreement, with Iran´s quest for nuclear primacy.

No one wants to offend the Teheran tyrants. They may get mad.

Tomorrow in Geneva, Switzerland, while President Obama curiously in Copenhagen presses the more important issue of 2016 Olympic games in Chicago, he sends US diplomats on a fool´s errand to talk, talk, talk and talk again with Iran over its nuclear program.

The Teheran tyrants have already warned ahead of the tête-a-tête: Don´t press us on nukes!

Iran test fired its mid-range Shahab-3 and Sajjil missiles again to punctuate its defiance of the Western powers, namely, the US. While US President Obama extends the olive branch, Iran chops it off with a hatchet.

So, what will the diplomats from the US, UK, France, China, Russia, and Iran discuss in Geneva?

The EU-3 - the UK, France, and Germany - fruitlessly talked with Iran during the 1990s and the Teheran tyrants continued to build their nuclear program and perfect their ballistic missiles systems.

The current Islamic Republic of Iran represents a clear and present danger to global security. Nuclear warheads on ballistic missiles under the control of the Teheran tyrants are inadmissable.

Time for talk is nigh. Time for action is staring the responsible world powers in their eyes.

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