Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Czechs' Bravery Brings on Attacks From EU Over Israel

Nadene Goldfoot
The Czechs bravely walked out of the UN meeting while Iran's president was talking and didn't return. This brought criticism from the rest of the EU, mainly Louis Michel who spoke with a heavy French accent.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was ranting on that Israel practiced ethnic cleansing on Palestinians and demanded the arrest of these Zionist criminals.

I guess this part of the world simply doesn't take it well of Israel warning Hamas and the world that it simply would not take anymore of the past eight years of shelling and were going to start fighting back. Mind you, Israel warned the world first that if the shelling did not stop, this would happen. So Iran thinks that Israel should be a sitting duck and not fight back
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What is more apalling is that the Europeans, including the French, would sit and take such delusional thinking without a whimper! To sit and be proper when a madman is speaking is absolutely disgusting to me.
Evidently the Czech were not the only ones to walk out on his speech, but they were the only ones who did not return, which was extraordinarily brave. However, the Czech are noted for their individualistic thinking and bravery. They don't seem to be sheep and follow the others. Hoorey for them!

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