Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Fwance is Waking Up and Taking a Hard Stance

Fwance has awaken from it's drunken stupor to the realities of the world and terrorism. They seem to realize that their appeasing ways and Arab Butt-Kissing may not keep them safe from the ravages of Islamic Terrorists and Terrorists with nukes.

First they are deporting 40 homicidal Muslim Clerics that spout hate and violence.
France has expelled two radical Islamist leaders in the wake of the London bombings and plans to round up and send home up to two dozen more by the end of the month, the interior ministry said yesterday.

Underlining the difference in approach between London and Paris, a ministry spokesman said France had "no problem" deporting speakers accused of inflaming anti-western feeling even if they were French citizens and recognized as preachers by France's 6 million-strong Muslim community.

It's one thing to respect someone's freedom of speech, and another to clamp down on those that incite acts of violence. Fwance has no problem getting rid of the bad elements that are advocating killing of the innocent, and maybe other countries will follow Fwance's lead.

And now it appears that Fwance has changed it's appeasing mind towards Iran and it's Nuke program.
PARIS - Iran's decision to resume its nuclear activities could spark a "major international crisis," France's foreign minister said Tuesday, increasing the pressure on Tehran to return to the negotiating table or risk facing sanctions.

Hardening France's tone, Philippe Douste-Blazy said that European negotiators planned to urgently propose a meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency's council of governors.

In the meeting, the EU would ask the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog "to specify very strongly and very firmly to the Iranians the need to return to the negotiating table" or risk facing sanctions.

"If the Iranians still do not accept what the council of governors propose, then the international community must turn to the Security Council" and "we will see what type of sanctions to give to Iran," Douste-Blazy said.

Fwance now sees beyond making a buck and that nuclear weapons in the hands of Terrorists is not conducive to the health of the Fwench. What ever spurred on the turn around by Fwance, I have no idea, but it is nice to see that they are now recognizing the realities of the world and terrorism.

Mr Minority