Sarkozy, the new Napoleon, wants to attack Iran
Sarkozy, the new Napoleon, wants to attack Iran 02.09.2011

It seems that French President Nicolas Sarkozy has warmed to the role of Napoleon. The events in Libya have infatuated him. Gaddafi has not been toppled yet, but Sarkozy already threatens Iran.

"Its military nuclear and ballistic ambitions constitute a growing threat that may lead to a preventive attack against Iranian sites that would provoke a major crisis that France wants to avoid at all costs," he said. "Iran refuses to negotiate seriously," he told an annual meeting of French diplomats. "Iran is carrying out new provocations in response to the challenge from the international community for it to provide a credible response," he claimed.

It goes without saying that the impunity of the aggressor gives birth to new predatory appetites. The USA and other countries of the West want Iran to shelve its nuclear program claiming that the country develops nuclear weapons. Teheran claims that its nuclear program is peaceful. The Islamic Republic continues to move towards progress despite all kinds of threats from the West.

The West became even more concerned after Fereidun Abbasi Dawani, the head of the Iranian nuclear energy agency, said that several uranium enrichment centrifuges would be moved from the facility at Natanz to Fordo nuclear enrichment plant in Qom.

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