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Post subject: China behind the N. Korean nuke
Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2006 8:45 am
Joined: Fri Jul 16, 2004
Well folks what do you think of our wonderful "Trading
Partner" China now that the little pot-bellied dictator
from N. Korea has (presumably) detonated a nuke?
Even the most liberal wrold new agencies are reporting
that China funded and provided materials/expertise
fo rthe work.
But wait, in the 1990s our
own president gave them the equipment for producing
the fissionable material, along with a couple billion
dollars of aid money to feed Kim Jung Il's starving
people, and oil to heat their wretched huts.
Come to think of it, is China any more responsible
for the advancement of N. Korea's nuke program that
we are? If we hadn't given them the "nunclear power
plant" technology and hardware, and even enriched
uranium with wich to begin, where would they be
today? They would have had to sneak stuff in on
the black market, because we would have objected
vehemently if China had given them the means.
There's something to think about. We gave the
Communist dictator of N. Korea everything he needed
to conduct yesterday's test. Now we express surprise
that he did it. What next - transfer all of our
semiconductor, aerospace, medical and biological
technology and turnkey equipment to China and then
act surprised when they use it against us? Oh, wait,
that's what we're doing now.
that our own Loral company exported hardware and
engineers to China in the 1990s also to fix the
stabilizations problem on their long range missiles
(oh, right, satellite launchers) because they kept
crashing into the ocean or China deserts. Now, using
our technology, their Long Dongs can hit any American
city with precision. Google "loral china rocket
schwartz" for all the info you can stomach. Thanks
Poor us. We the people are getting
exactly what we're asking for in elections - cheap
prices at Wal-Mart today in exchange for eventual
doom. Have a good day.
Posted: Thu Oct 12, 2006 8:11 am
Joined: Thu Oct 12, 2006
I think unfortunately that as
you say we have created the situation with N. Korea
by appeasing Kim Jung Sicko back in the 1990s. How
the U.S. could have handed over a light water nuclear
reactor, provide enriched uranium for fuel, and
given them millions of barrels of oil and hundreds
of millions of dollars is beyond my ability to comprehend.
I'm no big fan of Bush, but it's not right to
blame his administration for this problem that Bill
Clinton, Sandy Burglar (aka the guy who stuffs national
archive secret papers into his underware so the
9/11 commission won't see them), and Albright are
Even the stammering Bush
made sense yesterday when he pointed out that he's
being criticized for refusing direct talks with
N. Korea and insisting on the 6-party format, when
for years he's been criticized for "going it alone"
in foreign policy. I've been a Democrat all my 43
years (well since old enough to vote anyway), but
in the last decade I've had to hold my nose when
pulling the lever on the voting machine. My guys
have lost all credibility maybe more than the GOP.
I think the entire system is so corrupt that We
the People can't trust any of them anymore.
I do have to agree though that my party is willing
to do anything to get back in power - even if it
means sacrificing the security of the American people.
I think I'll be switching to Independent after this
year, and will probalby not even vote next month.
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