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Quote:ElBaradei: If you attack Iran, I quit

IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei says he will step down if major powers launch a military strike against Iran over its nuclear program.

According to Al Ahram, in an interview with Al Arabiya television, the International Atomic Energy Agency Director General, said, "A military invasion against Iran would pose great danger to the Middle East and the world."

Earlier this month, in his latest IAEA report over Iran's nuclear program, ElBaradei certified the non-diversion of declared nuclear material in the country's nuclear activities.

"Iran has provided the Agency with access to declared nuclear material and has provided the required nuclear material accountancy reports in connection with declared nuclear material and activities," the report read.

The report of ElBaradei's resignation comes amid widespread speculation that US President George W. Bush is drawing up secret plans with the help of Israel to launch a military strike on Iran before the end of his term in office.

With their blatant disregard for international reports conceding the peaceful nature of Iran's nuclear activities, world powers have ramped up their rhetoric against the Islamic Republic, accusing the country of running a covert nuclear weapons program.

Iran has repeatedly asserted that as a signatory to the nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT), it is entitled to enrich uranium for peaceful purposes, adding that the country does not seek nuclear bombs as such weapons have no place in its defense doctrine.

This guy is just about as useless as his predecessor Mr. McGoo a/k/a Hans Blick.
Perhaps someone, Anyone, attacking Iran, may actually be a good thing. I wish ALL of the UN employees would echo the same thing, then attacking Iran would be a certainty. Hell, I would attack Iran for that to happen. S6
Quote:IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei says he will step down if major powers launch a military strike against Iran over its nuclear program.

Quitter!

If he really had any principles, he'd stand at the Iran border in front of a tank entering Iran any yell "stop".

The picture would probably win someone a Pulitizer!
WarBicycle Wrote:
Quote:ElBaradei: If you attack Iran, I quit

IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei says he will step down if major powers launch a military strike against Iran over its nuclear program.

According to Al Ahram, in an interview with Al Arabiya television, the International Atomic Energy Agency Director General, said, "A military invasion against Iran would pose great danger to the Middle East and the world."

Earlier this month, in his latest IAEA report over Iran's nuclear program, ElBaradei certified the non-diversion of declared nuclear material in the country's nuclear activities.

"Iran has provided the Agency with access to declared nuclear material and has provided the required nuclear material accountancy reports in connection with declared nuclear material and activities," the report read.

The report of ElBaradei's resignation comes amid widespread speculation that US President George W. Bush is drawing up secret plans with the help of Israel to launch a military strike on Iran before the end of his term in office.

With their blatant disregard for international reports conceding the peaceful nature of Iran's nuclear activities, world powers have ramped up their rhetoric against the Islamic Republic, accusing the country of running a covert nuclear weapons program.

Iran has repeatedly asserted that as a signatory to the nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT), it is entitled to enrich uranium for peaceful purposes, adding that the country does not seek nuclear bombs as such weapons have no place in its defense doctrine.

This guy is just about as useless as his predecessor Mr. McGoo a/k/a Hans Blick.
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It was essentially the same that Mr. Blix said in 2003, but that was about Iraq.

/track_snake
track_snake Wrote:It was essentially the same that Mr. Blix said in 2003, but that was about Iraq.

/track_snake

He didn't quit in protest either. He just retired, at full pension, and used the threat to his advantage.
John L Wrote:Perhaps someone, Anyone, attacking Iran, may actually be a good thing. I wish ALL of the UN employees would echo the same thing, then attacking Iran would be a certainty. Hell, I would attack Iran for that to happen. S6
I think so, too. The world can surely do without Israel and a further weakened USA is a lovely prospect. I either case, good news for Europe.
quadrat Wrote:
John L Wrote:Perhaps someone, Anyone, attacking Iran, may actually be a good thing. I wish ALL of the UN employees would echo the same thing, then attacking Iran would be a certainty. Hell, I would attack Iran for that to happen. S6
I think so, too. The world can surely do without Israel and a further weakened USA is a lovely prospect. I either case, good news for Europe.

You may be right. I can just think of it now. The US loses lead, and Russia uses it's natural resources to force Euroland to capitulate, and there is nobody left to save her. That makes sense "Q".

Try biting on that one. Wink1
This just in -

"Q" invests heavily in Russia.
John L Wrote:
quadrat Wrote:
John L Wrote:Perhaps someone, Anyone, attacking Iran, may actually be a good thing. I wish ALL of the UN employees would echo the same thing, then attacking Iran would be a certainty. Hell, I would attack Iran for that to happen. S6
I think so, too. The world can surely do without Israel and a further weakened USA is a lovely prospect. I either case, good news for Europe.

You may be right. I can just think of it now. The US loses lead, and Russia uses it's natural resources to force Euroland to capitulate, and there is nobody left to save her. That makes sense "Q".

Try biting on that one. Wink1
You already are an impressive second behind Euroland, politically and economically. Culturally next to Zimbabwe, only your military is still top. You care about nothing else. :lol: Russia exported energy for $ 20 billion last year to Germany. That's about 0.65% of our GDP. Somewhat more for them, but a drop in the bucket anyway. Free trade is a two way road. As you know, Germany is a world leader in renewable energy, so the importance of imported energy is falling. Save your paranoia for yourself and destroy some more nature in Alaska for your addiction.
Besides, I and many of my fellow countrymen believe Russia to be more honest and resonsible than say the USA. They will probably join us sooner or later, not as a full member but closely associated, and possibly be paid to care for our defence.
quadrat Wrote:Besides, I and many of my fellow countrymen believe Russia to be more honest and resonsible than say the USA. They will probably join us sooner or later, not as a full member but closely associated, and possibly be paid to care for our defence.

Apparently, the curriculum they forced on "superman" DDR education system has paid off in spades, with the likes of you "Q". They should be proud of themselves.

So, why are you not back in the Faterland getting ready to welcome the Motherland back into the fold? Surely dipping your "wick" into every little oriental girl available, will not accomplish this goal, don't you know? Isn't it time you gave up your pleasures, and returned to your home, so as to welome back your former liberators?
quadrat Wrote:Besides, I and many of my fellow countrymen believe Russia to be more honest and resonsible than say the USA.

It will be fun watching you two play together in the coming years.

quadrat Wrote:They will probably join us sooner or later, not as a full member but closely associated, and possibly be paid to care for our defence.

You guys are wimpy leeches.

-S
At least Quad's honest in his own bizarre way,that last sentence sums it up well.
Palladin Wrote:At least Quad's honest in his own bizarre way,that last sentence sums it up well.

I think you are correct Patrick. Euros are really good at following the orders of others, even if they are just "closely associated". Wink1

Unfortunately, there are just enough of them around, who will not play the game, who will cause untold trouble, as the Irish have just done.
q Wrote:Besides, I and many of my fellow countrymen believe Russia to be more honest and resonsible than say the USA.

Try convincing BP of that. And the folks who lived near Chernobyl.
Stars & Stripes Wrote:
quadrat Wrote:Besides, I and many of my fellow countrymen believe Russia to be more honest and resonsible than say the USA.

It will be fun watching you two play together in the coming years.

quadrat Wrote:They will probably join us sooner or later, not as a full member but closely associated, and possibly be paid to care for our defence.

You guys are wimpy leeches.

-S
Well kid, didn't your General Patton say "I want you to remember that no bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. He won it by making the other poor, dumb bastard die for his country."
JohnWho Wrote:
Quote:IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei says he will step down if major powers launch a military strike against Iran over its nuclear program.

Quitter!

If he really had any principles, he'd stand at the Iran border in front of a tank entering Iran any yell "stop".

The picture would probably win someone a Pulitizer!
But isn't he a noble peace award winner?
Well, if not, he probably should be.

Maybe he needs to make a movie about Global Warming.
Outcast Wrote:
JohnWho Wrote:
Quote:IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei says he will step down if major powers launch a military strike against Iran over its nuclear program.

Quitter!

If he really had any principles, he'd stand at the Iran border in front of a tank entering Iran any yell "stop".

The picture would probably win someone a Pulitizer!
But isn't he a noble peace award winner?
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He too?

Well, then I suggest he join Al Gore in standing at the Iranian border...

/track_snake