Monday, December 22, 2003
We Must Have Won...
if the UN's offering to help us out.
VIENNA, Austria - The head of the U.N. atomic watchdog agency said Monday he will lead the first inspection of Libya's nuclear facilities as soon as next week, aiming to kick-start the elimination of the country's programs for weapons of mass destruction.
Actually, it's the Lizardoid King who pointed out the real sting in the tail in this story:
Libya has admitted to nuclear fuel projects, including the possession of centrifuges and centrifuge parts used in uranium enrichment — a nuclear effort more advanced than previously thought. It also agreed to tell the IAEA about current nuclear programs and to adhere to the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty.
As Charles says, every time we get a fleeting glance at the Axis of Evils cards, it turns out they're far further along than 'everybody' thought - not least the UN. Yet still the moonbats say we shouldn't have gone into Iraq until we detected an imminent threat. We can't predict next week's weather, but the left wants us to play thermonuclear chicken with dictators.