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PostPosted: Sat Oct 02, 2004 1:28 pm    Post subject: EU urges Bush to adopt Kerry line on Iran !!!!!!!!! Reply with quote

The European PROSTITUTES are at it again, since they have found another Jimmy Carter in name of Kerry!
The PROSTITUTES never learn a lesson, or for them to make some little money is worth their name or even better, their shame?
Please read the following, & see who is backing the murderous Aakhonds.



EU urges Bush to adopt Kerry line on Iran !!!!!!!!!

The Financial Times

EU urges Bush to adopt Kerry line on Iran

By Guy Dinmore in Washington
Published: October 1 2004 19:47 | Last updated: October 1 2004 19:47

European governments are lobbying the Bush administration to change course over Iran before next month's presidential election, urging Washington to adopt an incentive-driven policy that Senator John Kerry has already pledged, according to diplomats and US politicians.

President George W. Bush and his Democratic rival agreed in their first election debate on Thursday night that nuclear proliferation posed the most serious threat to US security. But there was clear disagreement over how to stop the suspected weapons programmes of both Iran and North Korea.

According to unnamed diplomats and a Kerry adviser, senior officials from Germany and the Netherlands - which currently holds the European Union presidency - had high-level meetings on Iran with both the White House and the Kerry camp in recent days.

"The European message was that we cannot let weeks pass before the next deadline without doing something," one diplomat said. "We need a last-ditch approach, not more pressure, but a mix with a package and incentives."

Several sources said the White House officials responded with considerable scepticism to the European initiative, but did not reject it outright. The White House on Friday declined to comment.

The deadline in question is the next board meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency in late November. The US says it will press again for a resolution to refer Iran to the United Nations Security Council as a first step toward condemnation and sanctions.

The US refuses to speak to Iran directly, but Germany, the UK and France - collectively known as the EU3 - have held talks with Iran over the past year, focused on persuading the clerical regime to give up development of the whole nuclear fuel cycle.

"Kerry and the European positions are close in a number of ways," said Robert Einhorn, a proliferation expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies who has been involved in the discussions over Iran.

The European proposal would offer Iran guaranteed and closely monitored supplies of nuclear fuel for its civilian reactors in exchange for an end to Iran's development of the full fuel cycle - specifically the enrichment of uranium that can be used to make nuclear weapons.

But senior Iranian officials have told the Financial Times that this is not acceptable. Diplomats believe the issue is still negotiable with more flexibility from the US.

Mr Kerry and the Europeans also agree on the need for the US to engage Iran directly, Mr Einhorn said.

The Bush administration wants to block all nuclear co-operation with Iran. It also demands the dismantling of North Korea's entire nuclear programme, civilian and military.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2004 1:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The British Still think they OWN America!

I don't believe they have ever respected the American Independence from Colonialist Britain.

Ofcourse, they are going to dictate their policies to U.S. Presidents.
When the likes of Mr. Carter lend the entire U.S. Administration to the EU and its dirity colonialist/fascist foreign policies, namely "Green Belt" & rise of Islamo-Fascism and Khomeinism...why wouldn't they try it again?

Go Mr. Kerry, go!
Hard cash is waiting for you in EU, and all you have to do is lend your administration once again.

I mean it's not like so much more can go wrong, is it?
And you can have one of them "Nobel Peace Prizes" from EU, for helping the rise of yet another Terrorist - Fascist Ideology.

Carter did it. and he got his "Nobel" to make up for his un-nobel acts against his own countrymen! and not much went wrong. Except maybe Khomeini, and Islamic Terrorism, and 9/11.

What's that compare to a "Nobel Peace Prize"?

Go, Kerry, go!

The World Shadow Government is calling you:
A new Terrorist Ideology needs your help to establish here on Earth, in case your opponent is successful in containing the old one!
Long live Iran.
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