Sunday, September 24, 2006

Jacques Chirac

“It is now clear that Chirac's assurances played a crucial role in persuading Saddam Hussein not to offer the concessions that might have prevented war and regime change…According to former Iraqi vice president Tareq Aziz, speaking to American and Iraqi interrogators from his prison cell, Saddam was convinced that the French and, to a lesser extent, the Russians would save his regime at the last minute.”

Amir Taheri, writing about the law of "unintended" (one wonders) consequences and Chirac’s most recent assurance to the Islamo-Mafia regime that “there will be no war against Iran”.

Jerusalem Post

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