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Nicholas Sarkozy condemns Iran

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posted on Jul, 6 2009 @ 02:32 PM
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Nicholas Sarkozy condemns Iran


www.telegraph.co.uk

Nicholas Sarkozy, the French president, issued the strongest condemnation of Iran's leadership yet seen from a world leader as the country's dispute with European states grew increasingly bitter.

In remarks that coincided with a fresh denunciation of Western meddling in Iranian affairs by its top leader, Mr Sarkozy said he was "shocked" by Iran's behaviour. He said: "We believe the Iranian people deserve better than the leadership they have today."
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posted on Jul, 6 2009 @ 02:32 PM
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[edit on 6-7-2009 by john124]



posted on Jul, 6 2009 @ 03:53 PM
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Cough Cough Mr Sarkozy we never see any protests going on in France now do we!
Should there not be a change of government or president when the people will it?

Seems to me there is an awful lot of attention being paid to Iran by the big boys. Maybe this election didn't go the way these countries wanted or planned. Someone a bit more flexible is needed perhaps? Or is this all a big distraction from something more sinister?

No Country has ever created civil unrest in another Country, with the intention of backing the newly bought replacement for the current unhelpful leader, thus strengthing their own agenda........


Was Obama really over in Irans best friend Russia, just to talk about nuclear issues or was he there for another purpose? There are big plays going down!



posted on Jul, 6 2009 @ 05:12 PM
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Originally posted by kcfusion
Cough Cough Mr Sarkozy we never see any protests going on in France now do we!
Should there not be a change of government or president when the people will it?

The difference is that in France the French voters can get rid of Sarkozy if they so wish. In Iran (with its questionable democracy in the "free western sense"), noone really knows whether the voting was rigged...

The Iranian leardership picking on the UK as the "root of all ills" stinks of desparation. They don't want to offend the US who are trying to be reasonable, but they must have an enemy to blame - let's go get the UK, after all the UK did xyz a few generations ago!

Regards

[edit on 6/7/2009 by paraphi]



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