IAEA’s ElBaradei Says NK Nuke Detonation a “Cry for Help”

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    ElBaradei is the guy that the US has previously tried to get removed from command of the IAEA. But our demand for his removal faded in the face of EU appeasers, and when no substantial nuke program was found in Iraq. As usual with ElBaradei, it’s all about America. The Pyongyang criminal regime did not threaten everyone in the region by exploding a nuke in defiance of the international community; rather it was merely a radioactive “cry for help.” Quick get me an antiemetic before these cookies go all over the place. Iran is not threatening everyone in the Middle East with its obsession to acquire nuclear weapons; rather it is merely seeking to normalize relations with the United States. Translation: the Mullah Regime in Iran is trying to extort official diplomatic recognition and military security guarantees from America. ElBaradei is sympathetic; delightful. How did ElBaradei’s perception of reality become this twisted? Is this guy actually so naive that he believes his media sound bites?

     
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    I have to agree with you about collusion on the UN's part.
     
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    Right... A cry for help...

    What it told us all was, "Please! Help! We can't get a plutonium bomb to go off!"
     
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