"Because in Cyberspace, no one can hear you scream."
Saturday, February 12, 2005
[Media Source*] (Reuters) It never ceases to amaze me of the brazenness of this communistic regime. But at least now we are in the open (as far as nuclear powers go). Despite the breakdown of the talks, many on the left (i.e. U.N.) view that there is still room for talks. Despite the optimistic outlook, the point is North Korea has nuclear weapons and is not going to give them up without a fight (that is like asking a Texan to give up his shot gun). And the U.S. is not going to accept that policy. War is brewing on the horizon. Hopefully we will have China on our side this time.
A South Korean soldier looks through his binoculars at a border observation post in Paju February 12, 2005. North Korea has taken a calculated bargaining risk by announcing for the first time it has nuclear weapons, a South Korean official said Saturday, after the United States rejected North Korean calls for one-on-one talks. Photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters
This could get ugly fast.
North Korean media declared Saturday that the United States wanted to invade North Korea to dominate Asia but conservative South Korean dailies said Seoul must not back down to Pyongyang.
"It is an invariable ambition of the U.S. to invade the DPRK (North Korea) and dominate Asia with the Korean Peninsula as a springboard, and establish a global order of its domination," the ruling party newspaper, Rodong Sinmun, said.
"The U.S. talk about peace and human rights is nothing but a slogan for invading and dominating other countries and a subterfuge to cover up its criminal nature."
I think it is pretty obvious to all (or at least all who can reason) that America has no interest in "dominating" other countries because that takes too much precious time, money and resources that we could divert to other things that are more useful to us (like space exploration). Either they are not getting the fact that keeping nuclear weapons means war or desire a confrontation in order to unite their fragile regime. I am going with the latter conclusion. Selah.
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