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Mohamed ElBaradei wins Nobel Peace prize.
#1
Another Carter/Arafat political statement or the real thing because of success?

Why not the obvious pick, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, for the unilateral disengagement from the Gaza Strip after 38 years of control?

Debka Wrote:In 2002, the United States, Britain and Israel strongly suspected the new Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Dr. Mohamed ElBaradai, of employing secret delaying tactics to help three Muslim nations get their nuclear weapons programs off the ground. The nations were Libya, Iran and Egypt.

Intelligence data showed those programs as being nourished by the technology, experience and expertise of Pakistan and North Korea, both motivated by their dire cash shortage. The assumption therefore in Washington, Jerusalem and London ? later proved correct ? was that the necessary funding was put up by Tehran, Tripoli and Cairo.

Iraq?s Saddam Hussein was also busy at the time preparing to go into nuclear weapons production. But, whenever the UN Security Council asked ElBaradei to go to Iraq and see what the Saddam regime was up to, he always came back denying any signs of prohibited activity but always adding that more checks were needed.

By mid-2004, a year after the US invaded Iraq - by which time Saddam was under lock and key, most people had come to terms with the conclusion that the Iraqi dictator was innocent of any nuclear aspirations, or even chemical and biological programs. It was then that the IAEA in Vienna began releasing highly-suggestive reports. Complete installations and equipment capable of use in nuclear weapons production were suddenly found to have been dismantled and removed from Iraq by a hidden hand.

Satellite photos, commissioned by the UN watchdog, were attached to the reports. They showed those same installations still standing in January and February 2003, weeks before the US invasion. A second set of photos were taken in May and June, just after Baghdad had fallen, showed the same installations stripped to the ground, their former sites flat and bare.

The IEAE director then came forward to voice concern lest the nuclear equipment concerned fall into the wrong hands.

He was equally a Johnny-come-lately in the cases of the nuclear activities of Libya, Pakistan and Egypt.

By means of delicate diplomacy during 2003 and 2004, the Bush administration persuaded Libya to relinquish its nuclear weapons industry. US military planes flew the centrifuges Pakistan supplied Libya for uranium enrichment and its yellow cake out of the country to the United States. Pakistan, prodded by Washington, ?uncovered? a nuclear black market ring headed by Dr Qader Khan, the father of the Pakistan nuclear bomb, and Egypt confessed to possessing a supply of enriched uranium for military purposes.

While this was going on, Dr. ElBaradei and the IAEA teams stood on the sidelines in a supportive role.

These episodes demonstrate that the prime mover in dismantling the most dangerous focii of nuclear weapons production was the Bush administration rather than the UN nuclear watchdog and its director. It was only after these episodes were successfully concluded that ElBaradei realized that Washington had drawn up new rules for the international nuclear game. He began cooperating in earnest with America?s effort to disarm North Korea.

The Nobel Peace Prize Committee has never been known for its objective, impartial justice in making its prestigious awards. Israelis will not forget that the Palestinian master terrorist Yasser Arafat was honored with the Peace Prize in 1995 at a time that he was preparing the most extensive suicide terrorism campaign against civilians ever seen before. Al Qaeda learned much from this Palestinian terror innovator.

The late Israeli prime minister Yizhak Rabin and the incumbent vice premier Shimon Peres were co-recipients of the same prize. They were genuinely under the illusion that Middle East peace was around the corner.

It may be said therefore, that President Bush and Vice president Dick Cheney, who rolled up their sleeves and got down to the job of defusing dangerous nuclear arms projects, will have to watch ElBaradei and his agency walking off with the credit for their efforts at a grand ceremony in Oslo.

"Useful Idiots" alive and well in Oslo.
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Quote:Why not the obvious pick, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon?

Because a Sharon nomination will cause a massive wave of heart attacks among islamo-leftists and would be classified as genocide; and the Nobel committee is not ready to move to Hague yet.
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#3
Well,I saw a list earlier of Mohammad's failures to even remotely keep up with proliferation efforts across the globe. He didn't know about the Khan deal,we're the ones that uncovered that for instance.

He tried,but he has failed. Trying and failing is laudable for the effort,but not worthy of great reards,either.
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#4
Rewarding failure sounds like the liberal's educational plan. The guy is in charge of not allowing nuclear proliferation and nuclear proliferation still takes place on a massive scale. He has not done anything effective to curtail or end nuclear proliferation but for his work lets give him a sticker. Oh he tried his best give the little baby a sticker. Lets not hurt his feelings. Arafat and now this. The Nobel Peace Prize is worthless. Doesn't mean anything. Its given to anyone. Who's next Osama Bin Laden? Saddam Hussein? Hillary Clinton?
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#5
Hey guys

Did anyone pick up on the Brit Nobel winner arseho** who said we deserved 9-11 in retalliation for bombs we dropped somewhere?

Disgusted LOOSER COMMIE lol Brit.
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#6
Yes, it goes a long way to show the gloss is off the Nobel Peace Prize. Make a list: Arafat, Carter, El Baradei, Kofi Annan, Harold Pinter... which one is worst?
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