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    • Unfortunate cousin to Sarkozy Cabinet Member
    • 18.12.10 | 07:19 (IST)

    First he sells reactors to Qaddaffi, now he sells advanced anti tank weapons to Lebanon, knowing full well that they will be used by Hezbollah, and that Hezbollah is ALREADY INTEGRATED with the Lebanese Army, and that they have been cooperating since 2006 or before. Sarkozy is continuing the WEASEL policy of his predecessors Villepin and Jacques Chirac. The official policy of France has been to arm the most dangerous and rabidly insane Arab governments, no matter what, and that has been their policy since 1967. Every French government left or right, has one official policy which is to throw gasoline on the fire in the Middle East and make a bad situation much worse if it will profit France in the short run. In the long run radioactive clouds may blot out the sun in France but Sarkozy and his lackeys can't think that far ahead.

    from the article: Report: France to send Lebanon 100 anti-tank missiles
    First published 19:51 17.12.10 | Last updated 19:51 17.12.10
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