Wednesday, June 17, 2009


The current vocal exchange between Washington an North Korea has
reached a new high as the North Korean Gov't threatens massive retaliation
if the US infringes on there sovereignty.

This coming after President Obama said that a nuclear-armed North Korea
posed a grave threat to the world.

At a recent news conference both President Obama an South Korean
president Lee Myung-bak said they would vigorously pursue an end
to North Korea's nuclear program.

The North Korean's have said in no uncertain terms that "The nuclear
programme is not the monoply of the US"

This latest commentary from Pyongyang comes on the heels of the 25
May underground nuclear test and recent missiles launches.

It has been reported by Japanese and South Korean media sources
that tere were signs of two long-range missile launch sites being
readied on the north-west coast and the other on the north-east coast.

The North Koreans are also withdrawing it's fund from banks in the
chinese territory of Macau and elsewhere before it can be frozen by
UN sanctions according to South Koreas Dong-a Ilbo newspaper..

The UN security council approved tougher sanctions against the North
to include inspections of ships carrying banned cargo, also a wider ban
on arm sales and measures to stop Pyongyang's access to international
financial sources...

So now where are we? since implimenting those resolutions the North
threatend it would begin enriching uranium and use all it's plutonium
for nuclear weapons...

This is sure a slap at the Obama administration to test it's resolve in
this matter an it's pursuit along deplomatic and peaceful means...


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