Keeping this one shorter. We have strong evidence that IRAQ is hiding something, but here is new news that shows my point that N. Korea is obviously a bigger threat.
North Korea is entitled to launch a pre-emptive strike against the US rather than wait until the American military have finished with Iraq, the North's foreign ministry told the Guardian yesterday.
Warning that the current nuclear crisis is worse than that in 1994, when the peninsula stood on the brink of oblivion, a ministry spokesman called on Britain to use its influence with Washington to avert war.
"The United States says that after Iraq, we are next", said the deputy director Ri Pyong-gap, "but we have our own countermeasures. Pre-emptive attacks are not the exclusive right of the US."
His comments came on a day when tension was apparent in Pyongyang, with an air-raid drill that cleared the city's streets and the North's announcement that it has begun full-scale operations at the Yongbyon nuclear plant, the suspected site of weapons-grade plutonium production.
Foxnews Article HERE
WHAT THE FUCK ARE WE DOING MESSING WITH IRAQ WHEN THIS SHIT IS GOING ON
Even as it presses toward war with Iraq, the United States has insisted it wants a peaceful solution in the standoff with North Korea.
North Korea said in December that it was reactivating its facilities to generate badly needed electricity. The International Atomic Energy Agency, the Vienna-based U.N. nuclear monitoring agency, said it couldn't confirm any new nuclear activities because its inspectors were sent out of the country in December.
Now tell me you don't see a hypocritical contradicting doublestandard anywhere in that?
Amusing sidenote: The pictures provided as evidence against IRAQ are too dull to make anything out. But that is because "the U.S. does not want to show how high resolution our pictures can be." So we essential have pictures of buildings that look like identical boxes, and the ones circled in one color are bad, as opposed to the identical ones circled in another color.