Iran Censured By UN Diplomats, Ahmadinejad Quakes in Fear

The UN has officially taken off its white glove and smacked Iran in the face!

In Vienna Friday, the UN, with the backing of 25 nations, signed a resolution telling Iran to knock it off with its nuclear program NOW. From The Washington Post:

"The board of the U.N. nuclear watchdog censured Iran on Friday, with 25 nations backing a resolution that demands Tehran immediately freeze construction of its newly revealed nuclear facility and heed Security Council resolutions calling on it to stop uranium enrichment.

Iran remained defiant, with its chief representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency declaring that his country would resist "pressure, resolutions, sanction(s) and threat of military attack."

The resolution - and the resulting vote of the IAEA's 35-nation decision-making board - were significant on several counts.

The resolution was endorsed by six world powers - the U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany - reflecting a rare measure of unity on Iran. Moscow and Beijing have acted as a traditional drag on efforts to punish Iran for its nuclear defiance, either preventing new U.N. Security Council sanctions or watering down their potency."


Read the rest on Iran's censure at

President Ahmadinejad is reportedly shaking in his grey suit as we speak.

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