Friday, April 22, 2005

Always vigilant, always ready

Matt Drudge is reporting that U.S. spy satellites have spotted heightened activity at missile sites and other "suspect sites" in North Korea. So the ever-vigilant U.S. has quietly warned China that North Korea could be preparing for a nuclear-weapons test and asked the Chinese to urge Pyongyang to desist. Fears of these tests have also been conveyed, Drudge reports, to South Korea and Japan.

Meanwhile, the U.S., the only nation in history to use nuclear weapons against civilian populations, keeps its arsenal ready for anything.

1 Comments:

At 1:35 PM, Anonymous waumpuscat said...

The Bush Administration has out-sourced the North Korean Nuclear Bomb "QUESTION" to the elderly apparatchiks of the Red China Politburo, allowing those worthies to query Marxism/Leninism/Hitlerism for guidance. As soon as Red Korea tests a nuclear bomb, Japan will acquire their own clutch of the weapons, and the Japanese devices will be guaranteed to work the first time, which will cause nervous reactions among the Red Detachments Of Women and other formations of The People's Liberation Army. The Japanese know where the targets are in North Korea and Red China, for they formerly dwelt in those climes. The Japanese might even PRE-empt, which is a traditional Japanese approach to the initiation of hostilities [see Pearl Harbor and the Marco Polo Bridge "Incident"]. The Dear Leader is perhaps on the verge of actions that would cause the East Asian Powers to fear for their hard-earned prosperity and their future growth.

 

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