Thursday, April 27, 2006

Diplomacy, the smokescreen for savagery

Another Bush Lie (Bush lies usually involve the words like Diplomacy and/or Democracy)

�Diplomacy,� the smokescreen for savagery:

"Open any Western newspaper and you are struck by the abundant use of the word 'diplomacy.' It is the second most used word after 'democracy.' However, careful analysis shows that U.S. version of diplomacy has become the favourite smokescreen of U.S. wars of aggression. Iraq and Iran provide the best cases.

In relation to Iran, the Bush administration alleged that it is using 'diplomacy' to convince Iran to give up her rights to nuclear technology. President Bush frequently says that 'we are working with European allies' to use diplomacy to avert a nuclear impasse with Iran. U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said that a 'diplomatic solution' will be found to the Iranian nuclear crisis. The reality is the opposite. By accusing Iran of intending to manufacture nuclear weapons, the U.S. and its European vassals are using the so-called 'diplomacy' to coerce as many nations as possible to report Iran to the UN Security Council and pave the way for sanctions and most likely war of aggression against Iran."

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