Years ago, pacifists made the following rhetorical question: what would happen if war is declared and nobody accepts to fight? Today, we should wonder: What would happen if the Pentagon had to fight a war and Germany does not give its approval?
The possibility of the use of force on the part of the United States against the Islamic fascist regime of Iran to prevent it from having nuclear weapons is increasing. Mahmud Ahmadineyad was very precise: Iran will continue with its military nuclear programme and it’s ready to supply other Islamic states with this technology. France, Great Britain and Germany tried at first to eliminate tensions but once they’ve realized this policy is useless they seem willing to hold the American position and want to submit the problem to the UN. However, Russia’s and China’s protection will give Iran the chance of escaping any sanction of the organization.
Thanks to this sponsorship, Iran can go on disturbing the liberation of Iraq and transforming Gaza into a refuge for terrorists. But this is not all. Iran is looking for something to hit the United States with, a massive electromagnetic pulse that will destroy all electronic programmes in our country. Therefore, our defenses should be ready to respond to an attack against Iran. Unfortunately, the US Army, the Navy and the offices of the Pentagon depend on a non trusted resources management programme sold by a German society. But appart from having Gerhard Schröder opposed to a war against Iran, we also have that this informatics programme is also being commercialized in Iran. Since we don’t have an American programme, Germany has a right to veto our interventions.

Washington Times (United States)
Propriété du révérend Sun Myung Moon (Église de l’Unification).

A German veto?”, by Franck J. Gaffney Jr., Washington Times, September 20, 2005.