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The inability of Labour to get on the right side of history is impressive and Miliband continues his stream of idiocy with this latest lunacy from one of his minions.

The UK is missing an opportunity by not sending an official to Iran for its new president’s inauguration, says Labour’s shadow foreign minister John Spellar. He told the BBC that “engaging” with Tehran did not have to “imply approval” of the Iranian regime. UK diplomatic staff were withdrawn from Iran and the embassy closed in 2011, after it was attacked by protesters.

Spellar reminds me of those British politicians who thought it was wise to “engage” with Hitler on the basis it did not necessarily “imply approval” of his regime either! The fact is that Iran is one very nasty very dangerous regime that has plainly stated a genocidal plan with regard to Israel. I am surprised that Spellar has come out with this stupidity but it seems that so many want to close their eyes, count to ten, click their heels and hope that Iran will turn out to be nice. It won’t.

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7 thoughts on “LABOUR HEARTS THE MULLAHS…

  1. No doubt that having seen the financial opportunities afforded Blair as the UN ‘envoy for the Middle East’, they are doing their best to keep all opportunities open to do likewise, open…

  2. I doubt very much that Iran could care less whether a tin pot, politically correct, flatlining economy like Britain sent a representative or not.

  3. The fact is that Iran is one very nasty very dangerous regime that has plainly stated a genocidal plan with regard to Israel.

    That must be Iran’s nuclear weapons project. How many years/decades has Iran been building a nuclear weapon? Don’t you reckon that with Iran’s technology base being far superior to that of the US of 1942-45 that Iran would have had the nuclear bomb by now?

  4. The hypocriscy continues.

    Condemn Milliband for suggesting sending a rep to Iran and explaining that such a move does not have to suggest agreemant or approval of the Iranian regime yet venerate Thatcher and excuse her meetings support and associations with dictators like Mugabe and Pinochet and vile groups like the Khmer Rouge as political necessity.

  5. Iran remains in defiance of sanctions in its race for the bomb. The new president will be a big improvement on the previous headbanger, but he will be powerless to change course on the nuclear programme.

  6. Iran remains in defiance of sanctions in its race for the bomb.

    Peter – for how many years/decades has Iran been ‘racing’ for the bomb?

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