Friday, September 01, 2006

Is Kofi Annan really that clueless?

At what point does the world admit to the fact, that's right fact, that Kofi Annan is either the most clueless diplomat since Neville Chamberlain or a real, and not very well hidden, ally of the Islamic terrorists?

Speaking to reporters at the airport before departing for Qatar, Mr Annan said Syria had agreed to increase patrols along the Syrian-Lebanese border and "when possible" to start joint patrols with Lebanese troops.

Oh, great! Joint patrols with Lebanese troops, that would be the Lebanese that Hizbollah is part of the government right?


Mr Assad had agreed to take "all necessary measures" to implement paragraph 15 of UN resolution 1701, which deals with the arms embargo, he added.

And exactly who is defining what is "necessary" and "necessary" for what?


He said he was confident the Syrian measures would work.

He is also sure that there will be peace in Lebanon as long as we all just hold hands and sing Kumbaya!

"I think it can happen," he said, quoted by the Associated Press news agency. "It may not be 100%, but it will make quite a lot of difference if the government puts in place the measures the government has discussed with me. I have no reason to believe it will not be done."

Of course it can happen, it is in the Syrian's and Hezbollah's best interest to patrol the border so that no one can catch them transporting weapons across it. I am sure that if you asked the inmates at your local jail to patrol your city streets to prevent burglaries they would be down right ecstatic about the idea!

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