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  • The Scriptorium

    4/18/2006

    Iran Elected to UN Disarmament Commission

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 8:04 pm

    Continuing their tradition of appointing dictators and terrorists to positions of authority on U.N. commissions, especially those tasked with enforcing global security, the United Nations has made the brilliant decision to give Iran a vice-chair position on the U.N. Disarmament Commission. So, a country who is currently facing sanctions (it’ll never happen and be enforced) for trying to build nuclear weapons is now in a position of leadership on a commission whose mission includes preventing the spread of nuclear weapons. Nothing ever changes at the U.N., does it?

    Under threat of United Nations Security Council sanctions for its own nuclear program, Iran has been elected to a vice-chair position on the U.N. Disarmament Commission, whose mission includes preventing the spread of nuclear weapons.

    The commission’s deliberations began last Monday and are scheduled to continue until April 28. On the first day of the commission meeting, Iran along with Uruguay and Chile was elected as one of three vice-chairs.

    It happened on the same day that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad promised his people “good news” about the country’s nuclear program.

    The following day, Iran announced that it had managed to enrich uranium, a key ingredient in the production of a nuclear bomb.

    On Monday, former Iranian President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said that his country would continue to enrich uranium, and dismissed the idea that the U.S. might attack nuclear facilities in Iran.

    “We are certain that Americans will not attack Iran because the consequences would be too dangerous,” Rafasanjani was quoted as telling the Kuwaiti parliament.

    Dr. Dore Gold, former Israeli Ambassador to the U.N. said that electing Iran to a leadership position on the UN Disarmament Commission was like asking the “cat to guard the milk.”

    “Clearly the Iranians have an interest in establishing disarmament rules that protect their clandestine nuclear weapons program,” said Gold, author of Tower of Babble: How the United Nations Has Fueled Global Chaos.

    “For the last decade and a half, Iran has appointed a very large diplomatic mission to the U.N. and has sought to obtain appointments to as many U.N. bodies as possible,” said Gold in a telephone interview.

    It is not a surprise, therefore, that Iran would find a place at the table of even the most sensitive committees, he said.

    According to Gold, the various commissions at the U.N. establish the “background noise” and “international norms” that are adopted for dealing with problems worldwide.

    “They have a way of penetrating the judgments of the U.N. secretariat and other U.N. bodies,” he said. . . .

    The U.N. is worthless, and we’re wasting precious time by taking Iran before the Security Council in the hopes that it will result in a diplomatic solution. The U.N. is a terrorist supporting organization that ALWAYS takes the side of evil in any conflict. Bringing our enemies before their allies only buys them more time to build and hide (or transfer to Syria) nuclear weapons. The stage is definitely being set for the war of Gog and Magog. All of the countries prophesied to be involved are in place, and the U.S. hasn’t learned a thing about truly preemptive action that might actually end a crisis.

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