February 4th, 2007

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From Right-Thinking (http://www.right-thinking.com)

Jacques Chirac, on the threat of a nuclear Iran, January 31, 2007.
“I would say that what is dangerous about this situation is not the fact of having a nuclear bomb,” he said. “Having one or perhaps a second bomb a little later, well, that’s not very dangerous.

Jacques Chirac, on the threat of global warming, February 3, 2007.
In his call to action at a French-sponsored environment conference on Saturday, Chirac said, “It is our responsibility. The future of humanity demands it.”

And Europeans wonder why the United States doesn’t give much of a shit what they think

No kidding.

ETA: As somebody comments over on RT: "Well, a nuclear attack could create a nuclear winter which would end the global warming. This way, the French could surrender and claim to have contributed to solving the problem of global warming at the same time.