Saturday, May 06, 2006

Iran should learn from Brazil

The insane nutcases in charge of Iran should take a page from Brazil's play book. Brazil just opened its nuclear enrichment facility after "lengthy negotiations with the United Nations nuclear watchdog, the IAEA." (BBC story here.)

Iran, by contrast, violated the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT), which they signed, by enriching uranium in secret for at least three years. Then, of course, the mullahs and their raving mouthpiece became indignant when challenged about the violation.

At the risk of being labeled a racist, a bigot, or a xenophobe, we must recognize the two major differences between Iran and Brazil: The former is Muslim and a dictatorship, the latter is a non-Muslim democracy.

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