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Sunday, October 31, 2010

Her Hideousness, Catherine Ashton, Receives a "Very Important" Letter from Iran

On Friday, EU foreign affairs chief Catherine Ashton announced that the EU had received a letter from Saeed Jalili, the top Iranian nuclear negotiator, saying that Tehran is ready to restart negotiations with the P5+1 world powers over its nuclear program after November "in a place and on a date convenient to both sides." In Brussels at a summit of EU leaders, Ashton stated: "It's a very important development and we're now in touch with Iran to see if we can agree the time and the place which is possible."

If the letter is indeed "very important", why was it sent to Ashton, instead of Obama? Answer: Ashton is a former chairwoman of the Health Authority in Hertfordshire, who has never held elected office and has no experience in foreign affairs. With a BSc degree in sociology, a life-sized Dalek (a fictional race of extraterrestrial mutants from the British science fiction television series "Doctor Who") in her sitting room, and past involvement with the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament which is suspected of having been funded by the Soviet Union, she is deemed a featherweight by Ahmadinejad and his cohorts.

Further stalling by Tehran as Ahmadinejad links cessation of the Iranian drive for an atomic bomb to exposure of Israeli nuclear capabilities? You can bet on it.

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