3 (real)Countries think Israel should not be a signatory, when the rest of the world does, and the rest of the world is. We denounce Iran a signatory nation because they won't declare what they are doing with it. They have. Numerous times they stated it is purely for energy purpose and not intended to be militarized. So they just aren't declaring what we want to hear...meanwhile you have a more or less confirmed nuclear power, who has been working on the science since 1958 appealing to the IAEA for increased anti-nuclear pressure. One that we have never sought to inspect, have never been allowed to inspect, and have no confirmed (or denied) reports on their nuclear intentions.
We have Israel a Nuclear capable (widely consider Nuclear Armed) nation, who is a non signatory of the NPT, who has not made a declaration their nuclear intentions (or arsenal) requesting that the global body initiate activity against a nation who has signed to this treaty and is currently trying to build a nuclear program...not refining a program over 54 years. A nation who has declared intention, allowed inspections, and still...still we scrutinize over them...on request of Israel.
That is not hypocritical?
Israel Canada USA Marshall (@#%^ing) Islands, and Palau.
The Coalition of Subordination.
I mean sh*t its in the damn Treaty.
"Right to peacefully use Nuclear Energy"
I mean it doesn't get anymore hypocritical than that.
Then again what can I say my country is openly selling Uranium to India another unsigned nation, so I guess Canada is pro-proliferation, go us! http://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/canada-and-india-finally-reach-nuclear-deal-1.1026044
Of course it was buried under all that other news going on on Nov. 6th. Election Day USA or something. Edited, Dec 4th 2012 11:52pm by rdmcandie