No Incentives for Iran
By David Holcberg (The Australian, July 3, 2006)
The G-8's pressure on Iran to accept a "package of incentives" from the West and stop its nuclear program will not work.
The idea that Iran would abandon its quest for nuclear weapons in exchange for a "package of incentives" is laughable and demonstrates a total evasion of the nature of the Iranian regime and of its stated goals.
Iran is a totalitarian Islamic country led by religious fanatics bent on a jihad to destroy Western civilization and subjugate the world to Islam. No "package of incentives" will deflect this leading terrorist state from its mission. While the West searches in vain for some magic formula of incentives, Iran gets closer to nuclear weapons.
The West should stop appeasing Iran and start the necessary military action--before it's too late.