Sunday, November 20, 2005

Iran Votes to Block IAEA Inspections

Iranian women sit in front of a model of the White House (sic) before joining thousands of locals to create a human chain around the Natanz uranium enrichment facility during a rally to show support for the country's nuclear programme, in Natanz, 350km (217 miles) south of the captial Tehran, November 18, 2005. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl

On the one hand, it's funny to know that another nation has a majority in their leadership that is a crazy as the majority of our leaders are. On the other hand it's very disturbing. The only thing worse than one Bush-Cheney cabal is two.

Iran's parliament approved a bill Sunday requiring the government to block international inspections of its nuclear facilities if the nation is referred to the Security Council for possible sanctions.

The bill was approved by 183 of the 197 lawmakers present at the session, which was broadcast live on state-run radio. The vote came four days before the
International Atomic Energy Agency board meets to consider referring Tehran for violating a nuclear arms control treaty.

Iran Votes to Block IAEA Inspections

And, about the picture--yes we know.

US Capital Building

White House


Blogger BrStarr said...

Yes, I know that's not a model of the White House -- ergo the "(sic)".

It appears to be a model of the US Capital building.

Look isn't that a little Bill Frist, killing kittens out in the back again?

10:22 AM  

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