Monday, February 27, 2006

UN - Annan: We need to adjust

Why is Annan still at the UN? Get a load of this:

In truth, the present conflicts and misunderstandings probably have more to do with proximity than with distance. The offensive caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad were first published in a European country which has recently acquired a significant Muslim population, and is not yet sure how to adjust to it. And some of the strongest reactions – perhaps especially the more violent ones – have been seen in Muslim countries where many people feel themselves the victims of excessive Western influence or interference.

Got that? We're the ones who are suppose to adjust to Muslim immigrants and not the other way around.

9/11, 3/11, Bali and 7/7 were "misunderstandings"? And they're the victims? No wonder the UN can't define terrorism.

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