Thursday, February 10, 2005

This Is What Happens When You "Liberate" Countries

North Korea Admits to Nuclear Weapons, Suspends Talks (

"We ... have manufactured nukes for self-defense to cope with the Bush administration's ever more undisguised policy to isolate and stifle the (North)," the North Korean Foreign Ministry said in a statement carried by the state-run Korean Central News Agency.


At 9:44 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, seems that we "liberated" a country back in the fifties and it is now stable and productive and a solid player in the world community. If we had taken the time to continue the "liberation" we wouldn't be facing a leader universally known as unstable, armed with nukes, and waving them around like a demented child.

Yes, in the fifties the liberals screamed that this war was unnecessary also, but ask any South Korean how they feel about their "liberation" today.

The process of nuclear armament for a third world country is costly and legnthy. To even suggest that the manufacture of nuclear wepons by NK is in response to recent Bush Administration policies is laughable, and the attention given to it by the left shows once again how desperate they are keep the momentum rolling in light of favorable election results in Iraq.



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