Monday, April 24, 2006

This is why Iran can't have nukes...

Because Ahmadinejad continues to say stuff like "Israel cannot continue to exist."

In wide-ranging remarks, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Monday that Israel was an artificial state that could not continue to exist.

"Some 60 years has passed since the end of World War II, why should the people of Germany and Palestine pay now for a war in which the current generation was not involved," Ahmadinejad told a press conference.

"We say that this fake regime cannot not logically continue to live," he said.

Apparently there was some sort of logic in there, but I can't find it. The article goes on to describe other Middle Eastern nations planned responses to a nuclear Iran. That is exactly what I was saying when we were discussing Iran and our current high fuel prices last week... how nuclear Iran only makes the rest of the region more unstable.

UPDATE 4/26 @ 4:06pm: In from the Cold is now reporting that Iran says that they'd be happy to share their nuclear technology with other nations. Great.