Friday, January 20, 2006

Europe Wets Itself Over Chirac Nuke Comment

"Jacques Chirac is an idiot," chided Belgian daily De Morgen in an editorial. "He lives in a time where France is no longer a world power, but he's still acting as if prolonging a Napoleonic dynasty."

Spain's El Pais called the speech "radical and dangerous."...

"Such saber rattling in the face of the current crisis over Iran's atomic weapons program is basically a false signal," said Xanthe Hall of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War in Berlin....

But at home, too, the speech garnered criticism.

"Another pearl in the words of Chirac — but this one is a bit dramatic and provocative," said Revolutionary Communist League party leader Alain Krivine, a longtime critic of the conservative Chirac, on French TV. "It's a completely irresponsible declaration."

German Paper: Chirac Should Be More Like Bush

"Whoever postures like Chirac, is obviously being counterproductive. And not only when it comes to Iran. Chirac should look to George W. Bush for example, who may like to use a bellicose tone of voice, but still speaks of various options in the fight against terror, rather than bringing the taboo word "nuclear weapon" into the debate."

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Blogger LomaAlta said...

Chirac finally says something that makes sense (although it is OK for terrorists to attack other countries) and says if attacked, France will fight back. Now the Euro libs are all over him.
Guess a few Muslim riots and a few threats to attack France got Chriac's attention. Love to say I told you so, but then again, it is France.

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