Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert: Iran's nuclear program must be stopped by "all possible means"


Note: I do NOT take credit for speech balloons.

I think Tehran has gotten the message Ehud. You and the moron have been quite clear on that subject which Iran vehemently denies.

Personally I could do without the "all possible means" bullshit. Of course a term like "drastic measures" isn't commonly used when trying to engage in polite international discussions either.

He is talking attack (How else to characterize "devastating repercussions"?) and I'm hoping he and the rest of those in charge of Israel realize how stupid that move would be.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said on Tuesday Iran's nuclear program must be stopped by "all possible means" and Tehran must be made to see it would suffer devastating repercussions if it pursued atomic weapons.

The Israeli leader, under criminal investigation at home that could drive him from office, issued his strongest warning yet to Iran in a policy speech to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, a pro-Israel lobbying group.

"The Iranian threat must be stopped by all possible means," said Olmert, who is expected to discuss the issue in talks with U.S. President George W. Bush on Wednesday.

"The international community has a duty and responsibility to clarify to Iran, through drastic measures, that the repercussions of their continued pursuit of nuclear weapons will be devastating," Olmert added.

The United States accuses Iran of pursuing atomic weapons under cover of its civil nuclear program. Iran denies this and has said its nuclear program is to generate electricity. Israel is widely believed to have hundreds of nuclear warheads. [emphasis mine]

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