Sunday, February 05, 2006

Danish Consulate - Tit for Tat?

In the modern era of diplomacy when a member of country A's staff is expelled from country B, typically country B sends one of country A's staff packing as a persona non grata also.

In the latest hoopla over some cartoons, the Lebanese (nee Syrians) and Syrians have allowed the Danish consulates in Syria and Lebanon(nee Syria) to burned.
Well, it seems only reasonable then that the Danes and any other Nordic countries interested in maintaining the diplomatioc status quo, burn down the Syrian, Lebasnese(neeSyrian), and perhaps the Saudi and Iranian embassies as a method of showing the mid-east morons even the Danes know how to play the diplomacy game.
Although I think I won't hold my breath.

Now, the Israelis on the other hand have already shown, back in 1981 they understand diplomacy. The Iranians were developing nuclear weapons so the Israelis bombed the sites.
Much as they (the Israelis) are now suggesting they may have to do again.
This time using some of the blu-109 'penetrator' bombs.
Bombs designed to pacify hardened sites placed at depth underground.
Perhaps in the midst of the raid to do so, they could hire out to the Danes and other ''Nords'' to do a little exterior and interior design work on the Syrian infrastructure.
The type of diplomacy the Israelis have in the past used, not the 'give it away' style currently in vogue, has despite any drawbacks in who calls them (the israelis) friend seems to be a style the mid-east knuckleheads understand.

When the current crop of Israelis learn to stand up to the current crop of fools in the U.S. forcing concessions, the problem will be solved again for a period of time. Until the next crop of fools is elected here and abroad.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

very erresponsible

nrgjim said...

whats the point of an iranian consulate anyway. they only are there to lie about what their goverment is doing anyway.
burm all of them. whats the loss?

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