July 12, 2003


Via the World Tribune:

A North Korean defector now living in Japan came to Washington this week with an urgent message.

In a meeting with White House officials, he called for a pre-emptive strike on "selected targets" in North Korea before the Kim Jong-il regime succeeds in arming its missiles with miniaturized nuclear warheads.

On a similar subject, The Economist reviews JoHo’s newly-aggressive foreign policy:

Like his friend George Bush, Australia’s prime minister, John Howard, came to office not intending to pay much attention to the outside world. On his first official trip to Asia, after taking office in 1996, he is said to have told an adviser: “Frankly, I don't want to get too involved in foreign policy.” But just as has happened to Mr Bush, events have nudged Mr Howard to take an active role in world affairs—and to make Australia’s foreign policy more assertive than ever before.

Posted by Tim Blair at July 12, 2003 01:40 PM

No Blood for Saving American Lives!

Posted by: Andrew at July 12, 2003 at 04:22 PM

Yeah! Finally things going on in Korea are getting mention. Not to say that they haven't been talked about in the past, but with the recent happenings in Iraq, Iran and Liberia, the tense situation that continues to exist in Korea seems to be put on the back burner.

For indepth coverage of all that is Korea, people should take a look at The Marmot's Hole. This guy rocks when it comes to Korean issues. Nobody better!

Posted by: Plunge at July 12, 2003 at 06:15 PM

Can we call him J-Ho?

Posted by: Yobbo at July 13, 2003 at 02:00 AM

Oooops...See the spooky section entitled 'The Plan For Three World Wars' in the 'New World Order Intelligence Update' article entitled 'Back to the USSR - With A Vengeance!' It's at http://www.survivalistskills.com/russ.htm

For an excellent selection of related 'New World Order Intelligence Update' articles on the New World Order, population reduction, etc. see the substantial archive at http://www.rarehistorybooks.com/NWOLINKS.HTM

Well worth reading!

Posted by: John Whitley at July 13, 2003 at 09:54 AM