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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 2/9/2002 3:39:29 AM EST
With friends like these . . . [url]http://www.guardian.co.uk/bush/story/0,7369,647554,00.html[/url] A few choice quotes: [b]Like France, Mr Patten singled out Mr Bush's branding of Iraq, Iran and North Korea as "an axis of evil". "I find it hard to believe that's a thought-through policy," he says, adding that the phrase was deeply "unhelpful".[/b] These people have been protected by the US for far too long. They have forgotten what evil is all about to the point they can not even recognize it. [b]EU officials concede that the US and Europe Mr Patten insists that the European policy of "constructive engagement" with Iranian moderates and North Korea is much more likely to bring results than a US policy which so far consists of "more rhetoric than substance". "There is more to be said for trying to engage and to draw these societies into the international community than to cut them off," he says.[/b] The Europeans have obviously learned the lessons of Munich. [b]"When you're addressing that agenda, frankly, smart bombs have their place but smart development assistance seems to me even more significant," he said.[/b] Haven't these goofs noticed that all of these terrorists were from Saudi Arabia? This is a cultural war, not an economic one. Now, why are we in NATO again? These little children need to get out from under daddy's wings, and see the real world for themselves.
Link Posted: 2/9/2002 5:48:47 AM EST
imposter, the whining WILL continue! But, don't get too upset about it! Read this and you'll have a better understanding of the causes for the whining and any impact it will have on US policy. [url]http://stratfor.com/fib/fib_view.php?ID=203090[/url] DaMan
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