ShauryaT wrote:Am I the only one here, who feels that the new draft has found a way to apply the Hyde act to the NSG exemption?
The only thing, which was stopping it from being applied, was that any decision after all the consultations had to be taken by consensus, including a decision on sanctions after a nuclear test by India, and there wouldn't be any automatic sanctions. Secondly, the word testing was not used in the draft specifically, but rather inferred from a referenced paragraph 16 of the NSG Guidelines.
The Pipsqueak are still not happy, and USA is willing to give them even more Hashish, for an all-round happy experience, instead of showing them the big fat stick.
These F**** Pipsqueak are happy with this Consensus Mechanism, which allows them to exercise so much power at the NSG right now to decide on the India-specific Waiver, but would not accept the same Consensus Mechanism to be applied in case India does nuclear testing.
It is worse than the NAZIS, who came to power through democratic means but then decided to throw democracy overboard.