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  • The Scriptorium

    4/13/2005

    U.N. Approves New Treaty Against Nuclear Terrorism

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 6:23 pm

    We no longer need to worry about nuclear weapons being used by terrorists! We can all rest easy. The United Nations has made it illegal. Why didn’t we think of that?! And it only took them SEVEN YEARS to come up with this brilliant idea. A warning to all terrorists: The big, bad U.N. has come up with the mother of all plans. If you’re caught with nukes, governments will now take them away from you and send you home.

    Next on the U.N.’s agenda is a resolution that will require all governments to make suicide bombers stand in the corner if they are caught with suicide belts.

    The 191-member U.N. General Assembly approved a nuclear terrorism treaty on Wednesday that would oblige governments to punish those who illegally possess atomic devices or radioactive materials.

    The document, negotiated for seven years after Russia proposed the accord, is the 13th anti-terrorism convention and the first completed since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States.

    The pact will be open for signature on Sept. 14 in New York during a high-level summit and needs ratification from 22 nations to become international law. It passed the General Assembly by consensus, without a vote.

    “By its action today, the General Assembly has shown that it can, when it has the political will, play an important role in the global fight against terrorism,” U.S. deputy ambassador Stuart Holliday told the assembly.

    The accord, called the “International Convention on the Suppression of Acts of Nuclear Terrorism,” is meant to stop clandestine networks from using or possessing nuclear weapons. . . . . .

    Al Reuters Article

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