Friday, May 29, 2009

World War III began this week ~ By Gabriel Erem

Posted: May 29, 2009 1:00 am Eastern By Gabriel Erem © 2009 One needs to be extraordinarily ignorant at this time in order not to realize that the nuclear bomb tested in North Korea this week also exploded in Tokyo, Seoul, Moscow, New York and Washington. While Iran's madman, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, only verbally ridiculed America in front of the U.N. and a global audience (enthusiastically cheered on by most of the Muslim world), painting the U.S. as a toothless tiger, the dogmatic North Koreans went a whole lot further by blatantly exploding a powerful nuclear device earlier this week. By manifestly disregarding the Americans and publicly presenting them to the disbelieving world as a meaningless paper tiger, Pyongyang's rulers have taken chutzpah to unprecedented levels. Amanijehad's fiery rhetoric, augmented by Bashar Assad's refusal to take the U.S. seriously and Hugo Chavez's ongoing anti-U.S. tirades pale in comparison to the 20-kiloton "statement" made over the weekend by North Korea's Communist tyrant leader, Kim Jong-il. To underscore their bravado, the North Korean bigots also fired six short-range missiles – just to make a point. Although no one officially acknowledged it, on May 25, 2009, in North Korea, World War III officially got under way – the war that would ultimately pit "rabid" states such as North Korea and Iran, for example, against states generally characterized as "moderate," including Egypt, the Gulf states and Saudi Arabia. [Continue reading]
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