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February 09, 2007



Calling the South African vote a "No" is perhaps somewhat harsh since Halkin should remember that Irans public disassociation from the resolution was the only real no - and so not attending was not the only real way of voting No. I believe that we abstained.

Gary Selikow

Well, ther point is South Africa could not bring themselves to vote against Iran.
They are quite hapy to condemmn democracies like Israel, the USA, the UK and Australia, but never even the mildest censure of criminal totalitarian regimes like North Korea, Red China, Vietnam, Mynamar, Iran, Sria, LIbya, Sudan, Cuba or Zimbabwe.


Good stuff, It might just work, although it seems easier when you have a plan.

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