Thursday, April 03, 2003
Everybody knows the United States isn't going to enter another war in Asia anytime soon. Politically the pre-emptive strike of another nation before the next election would guarantee a change in American leadership. So, the war in Iraq has given certain groups more than just motivation to fight American forces, it has given them opportunity. Indo/Pakistani relations are deteriorating rapidly and oddly enough, they aren't paying attention to American or British "peacekeepers," claiming some strange thing called "Hypocrisy". Luckily though, we don't need to worry about this stuff for long because already the East is starting to see the joy of freedom and democracy, I mean they must when we "visit" their places of worship and schools like this. Do not skip that last link, go back, it's important.
Oh, and there's one more thing which we kind of don't really have the political power to respond to right now, but no biggie,
The following is from the North Korean News Agency:
U.S. intention to launch nuclear war in Korea under fire
Pyongyang, April 3 (KCNA) -- The Foal Eagle joint military exercise launched by the U.S. and South Korean bellicose forces came to an end on Wednesday. Involved in the Foal Eagle and the Rsoi war exercises are hundreds of thousands of troops including the U.S. Forces present in South Korea, reinforcements from the U.S. mainland and the South Korean forces, nuclear attack means of various types of the three services and ultra-modern war hardware huge enough to wage a war.
Rodong Sinmun today in a signed commentary dismisses this madcap sabre-rattling as a very dangerous test war and a preliminary war to mount a preemptive nuclear attack on the DPRK.
It goes on:
The U.S. is only paying lip-service to the "peaceful settlement" of the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula. It is, in fact, turning its back on the dialogue, paying no heed to the demand of the international community for the settlement of the nuclear issue through the direct talks between the DPRK and the U.S.
It is engrossed in adventurous war exercises, aggravating the nuclear crisis with each passing day.
The U.S. talks that it has no intention to invade the DPRK and its call for a diplomatic solution to the nuclear issue are nothing but hypocrisy and delaying tactics and a fig-leaf to cover up its attempt to invade the DPRK.
It goes without saying that the U.S. seeks to provoke a war of aggression against the DPRK under the pretext of its nuclear issue.
The U.S. keen to launch a nuclear war against the DPRK, obsessed by its ambition to dominate the world, is the kingpin of state-sponsored terrorism and evil and the chieftain of aggression.
A nuclear war in Korea is unavoidable as long as the U.S. imperialists escalate their military actions for aggression to stifle the DPRK by force.
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