Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Iran: U.N. Decisions Worthless

I have to admit that for once I agree with the hairy munchkin, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Most anything coming from the United Nations is worthless.

Iran says U.N. decisions on atomic plans worthless
Iran will not abandon its atomic goals because of U.N. sanction resolutions that are "just a pile of papers", President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Wednesday.

The Security Council has imposed two sets of limited sanctions because of Iran's failure to heed a demand to halt nuclear work the West believes is aimed at building atomic bombs. Tehran denies any such military plans.

"Some people tell us Iran's case is at the (U.N.) Security Council but we tell them those (decisions by the Council) are just a pile of papers. They don't have any value for us," Iran's ISNA news agency reported Ahmadinejad as saying.
Elsewhere, speaking of this utterly useless outfit, Weasel Zippers notes today is United Nations Day.

It would be nice if they celebrated by leaving the United States.

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