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Sunday, September 27, 2009

Sarkozy mocks Obama at the UN Security Council

Big Government.com reports on French President Nicolas Sarkozy's takedown of President Obama in the United Nations Security Council on Thursday, a story that unsurprisingly is not being reported in the United States.
Mr. Spillius reported a similar (albeit watered-down) version in the UK’s Telegraph.
Obama: “We must never stop until we see the day when nuclear arms have been banished from the face of the earth.”
Sarkozy: “We live in the real world, not the virtual world. And the real world expects us to take decisions.”
The rest of Sarkozy’s remarks were, well, remarkable:
“President Obama dreams of a world without weapons … but right in front of us two countries are doing the exact opposite.

“Iran since 2005 has flouted five security council resolutions. North Korea has been defying council resolutions since 1993.

“I support the extended hand of the Americans, but what good has proposals for dialogue brought the international community? More uranium enrichment and declarations by the leaders of Iran to wipe a UN member state off the map,” he continued, referring to Israel.

The sharp-tongued French leader even implied that Mr Obama’s resolution 1887 had used up valuable diplomatic energy.

“If we have courage to impose sanctions together it will lend viability to our commitment to reduce our own weapons and to making a world without nuke weapons,” he said.

Mr Sarkozy has previously called the US president’s disarmament crusade “naive.”
No American newspapers seem to have featured Sarkozy’s justifiably derisive remarks about Obama’s naivete regarding the realities of nuclear technology.
The United States is in good hands. What could go wrong?

2 Comments:

At 8:24 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

You've got to hand it to Sarkozy. He knows the real world and Obumbler is a naif lost in it.

What could go wrong indeed

 
At 10:24 PM, Blogger Sulamif said...

He is more than naive he plays in to enemoies hands
re

 

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