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Terça-feira, 18.07.06

Continuo com a política internacional

Sem dúvida o Irão é uma ameaça mundial se conseguir armamento nuclear. Tal não pode acontecer.

Mas este é o tipo de armamento que tanto o Paquistão como a Índia já possuem. Qualquer brisa pode dar início a problemas entre os dois países pela questão Cashemira. Então como se explica que
«The Bush administration plans to push ahead with the proposed sale of F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan despite Indian concerns over its largest $5.1 billion arms package deal with Islamabad.»?

Até hoje o Irão sempre alegou que precisava do Urânio para fins energéticos, ninguém, com bom-senso, acredita. Islamabad alega que necessita do armamento para sua defesa, mas será? Não são comparáveis os regimes iraniano e paquistanês, mas ambos levantam sérios problemas em termos de paz, seja local seja mundial. Por isso este tipo de políticas são dois pesos, duas medidas.
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às 22:23

Terça-feira, 18.07.06

Estou em absoluto acordo

Com a marioneta:

«Speaking in the Commons after returning from the G8 summit in St Petersburg, Mr Blair said: "Hizbullah is supported by Iran and Syria, by the former in weapons, weapons incidentally very similar if not identical to those used against British troops in Basra, by the latter in many different ways and by both financially."»

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às 22:17

Terça-feira, 18.07.06

As coisas como elas são...

«British Prime Minister Tony Blair was roundly mocked as a poodle after an off-the-cuff chat with US President George W. Bush was accidentally broadcast.»

Infelizmente

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às 19:51

Terça-feira, 18.07.06

New Blackadder material

Bush: Yo, Blair. How are you doing?
Blair: I'm just...
Bush: You're leaving?
Blair: No, no, no not yet. On this trade thingy....(inaudible)
Bush: Yeah, I told that to the man.
Blair: Are you planning to say that here or not?
Bush: If you want me to.
Blair: Well, it's just that if the discussion arises...
Bush: I just want some movement.
Blair: Yeah.
Bush: Yesterday we didn't see much movement.
Blair: No, no, it may be that it's not, it may be that it's impossible.
Bush: I am prepared to say it.
Blair: But it's just I think what we need to be an opposition...
Bush: Who is introducing the trade?
Blair: Angela [Merkel]
Bush: Tell her to call 'em.
Blair: Yes.
Bush: Tell her to put him on, them on the spot. Thanks for the sweater it's awfully thoughtful of you.
Blair: It's a pleasure.
Bush: I know you picked it out yourself.
Blair: Oh, absolutely, in fact (inaudible)
Bush: What about Kofi? (inaudible) His attitude to ceasefire and everything else ... happens.
Blair: Yeah, no I think the (inaudible) is really difficult. We can't stop this unless you get this international business agreed.
Bush: Yeah.
Blair: I don't know what you guys have talked about, but as I say I am perfectly happy to try and see what the lie of the land is, but you need that done quickly because otherwise it will spiral.
Bush: I think Condi is going to go pretty soon.
Blair: But that's, that's, that's all that matters. But if you... you see it will take some time to get that together.
Bush: Yeah, yeah.
Blair: But at least it gives people...
Bush: It's a process, I agree. I told her your offer to...
Blair: Well... it's only if I mean... you know. If she's got a..., or if she needs the ground prepared as it were... Because obviously if she goes out, she's got to succeed, if it were, whereas I can go out and just talk.
Bush: You see, the ... thing is what they need to do is to get Syria, to get Hizbollah to stop doing this shit and it's over.
Blair: (inaudible)
Bush: (inaudible)
Blair: Syria.
Bush: Why?
Blair: Because I think this is all part of the same thing.
Bush: Yeah.
Blair: What does he think? He thinks if Lebanon turns out fine, if we get a solution in Israel and Palestine, Iraq goes in the right way...
Bush: Yeah, yeah, he is sweet.
Blair: He is honey. And that's what the whole thing is about. It's the same with Iraq.
Bush: I felt like telling Kofi to call, to get on the phone to Assad and make something happen.
Blair: Yeah.
Bush: (inaudible)
Blair:(inaudible)
Bush: We are not blaming the Lebanese government.
Blair: Is this...? (at this point Blair taps the microphone in front of him and the sound is cut.)
(daqui)

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às 19:26

Terça-feira, 18.07.06

In The Trench

Baldrick: Can I do my war poem?

Edmund: How hurt would you be if I gave the honest answer, which is "No, I'd rather French-kiss a skunk"?


Baldrick: So would I, sir!


Edmund: All right. Fire away, Baldrick.


Baldrick: "Hear the words I sing / War's a horrid thing / So I sing sing sing / ding-a-ling-a-ling."


George: (applauding) Oh, bravo, yes!


Edmund: Yes. Well, it started badly, it tailed off a little in the middle, and the less said about the end, the better. But, apart than that,excellent.


Baldrick: Oh, shall I do another one, then, sir?


Edmund: No -- we wouldn't want to exhaust you.


Baldrick: No, don't worry; I could go on all night.


Edmund: Not with a bayonet through your neck, you couldn't!


Baldrick: This one is called "The German Guns."


George: Oh, spiffing! Yes, let's hear that!


Baldrick: "Boom boom boom boom/ Boom boom boom / BOOM BOOM, BOOM BOOM....


Edmund: "BOOM BOOM BOOM"?


Baldrick: How did you guess, sir?

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