Wednesday, July 05, 2006

NORTH KOREAN MISSILE TESTS: WHEN MOVIES BECOME REALITY

Usa Today reports on the U.N.'s (possible) reaction to the missile testing conducted by the North Koreans. Don't hold your breath, though, because it's more of the same lame, piddly, childishly scared diplomatic reaction to anything bad happening in the world:
Japan said Wednesday it was considering calling for sanctions against North Korea in a U.N. resolution condemning a series of missile tests by the reclusive communist nation.
Considering? What do you need to consider? Big rocket-propelled cylindrical tubes that can be potentially filled with really nasty stuff were test fired last week! Read the quote above and tell me if it does not read like it was paraphrased from the Team America movie:
Hans Blix: "I'm sorry, but the U.N. must be firm with you. Let me see your whole palace or else." Kim Jong Il: "Or else what?" Hans Blix: "Or else we will be very, very angry with you. And we will write you a letter telling you how angry we are."

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