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Thursday, February 24, 2005

Who's negotiating with whom? 

Europe:

"We have a really great idea. If you give up your atom bomb, we will let you buy a bunch of commercial aircraft from us."

Mulluhs:

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No. Reallly.
A participant quoted the German leader as saying the EU needed to offer incentives in non-sensitive goods to make it difficult for Iran to walk out of negotiations for curbing its nuclear program and ending uranium enrichment that could be used to make a bomb.

Schroeder cited as an example selling one Airbus now and raising the prospect of further aircraft deliveries if the talks were concluded successfully, the source said.

If this is what Germany, France and the U.K. are coming up with in their negotiations with Iran, is there any wonder that the United States doesn't want any part of it? European governments have been prying away sales from Boeing for thirty years. If the world's fascists wanted their planes this badly, I would have thought that all those lavish subsidies would not have been necessary. In any case, there has never been any reason to take the mullahs at anything other than face value.

And people say that Bush isn't a realist. Where are Bismark, Talleyrand and Churchill when you need them?

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