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CRAZY KOREA 'CURES'
New York Post ^
| JOHN PODHORETZ
Posted on 12/27/2002 12:32:41 AM PST by kattracks
Edited on 05/26/2004 5:10:49 PM PDT by Jim Robinson.
THE great foreign-policy question of the last few months has been: Why did North Korea do it? Why did it proudly proclaim that it had broken its 1994 deal with the United States and was aggressively developing nuclear weapons?
The whole business seems absurd. Only 10 months after President Bush included North Korea as part of the "axis of evil," dictator Kim Jong-Il decided to prove him right. The world is in a panic about weapons of mass destruction, and Kim chose to increase that panic - and, presumably, the world's enmity toward him and his evil regime.
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TOPICS: Editorial; Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events
posted on 12/27/2002 12:32:41 AM PST
Boy Friedman, having amply displayed a juvenile incompetence in Middle Eastern Affairs, moves on up to tackle the mysteries of the Far East.
That's funny. The weapons inspectors worked here just as good as in Iraq. They both got kicked out. The question is: If weapons inspectors didn't work in North Korea in 1990, why would the UN suggest using them in Iraq?
I guess it's the thought that counts.
posted on 12/27/2002 8:37:04 AM PST
To: hinckley buzzard
Gee I didn't know John Podhoretz was really Tom Friedman.
posted on 12/27/2002 12:34:57 PM PST
To: hinckley buzzard
You know one of these days I'm going to take my own advice a actually READ the article.
posted on 12/27/2002 12:37:08 PM PST
In a period called "five months" after the Babylon war, the book of Revelation has us having to fight "Gog and Magog," which are Korean in origin, you can bet on it.
posted on 12/27/2002 12:37:28 PM PST
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