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Sunday, January 02, 2005

North Korea Once Again Feeling Left Out, Threatens to Go Nuclear

Predictably, the DPRK and its looney tune headman, having not gotten much attention in the last week due to the Tsunami, decide to once again threaten nuclear war according to the Washington Timeshere.
"The danger of a nuclear war is growing on the Korean peninsula as the days go by, owing to the U.S. moves to stifle the (North Korea)," the editorial said.

"All Koreans should stage a powerful struggle for peace against war in order to drive the U.S. troops out of South Korea, remove the very source of a nuclear war and defend the peace and security on the Korean peninsula."

U.S. moves to "stifle?" Been watching too much Archie Bunker, have we?

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