Friday, October 13, 2006

Misplaced Priorities, Part III UPDATE Part Deux

Here's the rilly rilly new stuff. The US is saying yes, it was a nuke, but a verrrrrrrry verrrrrrrry smarr one.

Here's the new stuff. In a rather expeditious way the United Nations Security Council unanimously passed a resolution calling for severe economic sanctions against the Hermit Kingdom for its nuke wanna be, which has not yet been proved to exist.

Wouldn't it be a laugh if they were trying to pull a Mulligan and brought the house down on their heads? That corner they were painting themselves into keeps getting smaller and smaller.

It's reported in the Miami Herald today that samples of air taken by the US, Japan and China around the area of the North Korean Big, no no, I really mean really big and you foreign devils are all going to be sorry Bang show no trace of radioactivity.

That's right. Nada. Zip. Zilch. Doodley squat. Bupkis.

All of which suggests that either the explosion did not have enough punch to dump a few gamma rays in the atmosphere, or that it was more North Korean shuck and jive.

Film at 11. This could be like the Long Dong Daddy, suitable for parades and mucho martial chest thumping but not ready for prime time.

Stay tuned. There'd be nothing we would like more than to out this bunch of pretentious, dangerous fools.


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