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October 18, 2002

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I'm all for developing a National Missile Defense (just as long as it doesn't take money away from our other defensive and offensive military capabilities) but I think everyone is missing the boat on Korea's Nuclear Missile Program.

Korea has a long history of disclosing to the US they're working on weapons and other technology we don't want them to have while at the same time extending their palm out to let us know we can pay them off to stop the activity. I feel this disclosure is simply a new example of this as they're in serious need of monetary aide once again.

If they really had any other motive they certainly wouldn't come running to the US to say, "we have a 'secret' nuclear weapons program." The simple fact is these weapons can be easily destroyed by our military before there is any chance of a launch as long as we know about their existence.

For them to tell us about them invites us to either destroy them or bribe them to dismantle them. I bet history repeats itself and the second scenario is the one that will come into play.

Posted in Politics & Law by usrbingeek at 2002-10-18 21:02 ET (GMT-5) | 0 Comments | Permalink


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