Iran Proposes Final Solution to Mid-East Tensions
Iran's president thinks he knows how to achieve peace in our time (or shortly there after). It only involves some ideas from an Austrian philosopher of the 1930's.
France is naturally aghast. (The last time this technique was implemented it involved foreign occupation of France.)
"France's foreign minister, Philippe Douste-Blazy, learning of Mr. Admadinejad's comments, said "I condemn them very forcefully," adding that he will summon Iran's ambassador to Paris to ask for an explanation, Agence France-Presse reported.""Forcefully" is being used metaphorically here of course.
Perhaps I could get someone here in Canada to translate "Israel must be wiped off the map." into French so that the Iranian ambassador does not need to suffer through an evening of small talk and offers of wine he can't drink and cheese that no one can eat.