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Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Common Foreign Policy

Javier Solana likes to see himself as the EU’s foreign Minister. The EU constitution would have made his dream a reality. So it’s just as well it was rejected, because this is his idea of a good foreign policy.

The Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) is lobbying for the United Nations to include language against blasphemy in the tenets of a new human rights body and EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana said he supported the idea.
So let’s get this straight:
  1. The Organisation of the Islamic Conference is apparently aware of something called human rights. (surprising given some of their track records).
  2. They don’t think that it includes the right to may drink if you so wish, or that choice of partner should be free or that women are actually human and therefore worthy of rights.
  3. They think that the right not to be upset is a Fundamental Human Right.
  4. Worst of all, a man who supposedly speaks for us, supports this perverted idea.
Solana made the following statement:
"We have been talking today on how we can send a message to the people in both communities, the Islamic and European, that we need this not to happen again ... We strongly hope that people will be now sensible to understand that,"
So next time someone upsets you, burn down an embassy or two, threaten them with a beheading and the EU will treat you with respect. They will even try to protect you from those with whom you disagree. Is this a hint to us Eurosceptics?

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