Monday, June 19, 2006

North Korea warned against missile test

North Korea? Oh, right, I remember them now. Threat to America # 4, 215.

Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi on Monday warned the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) of "stern action" if it were to test-fire a long-range ballistic missile.

No cookies for you!

Reacting to reports from Washington that North Korea had completed the loading of fuel for test-firing Taepodong-2 ballistic missile, Mr. Koizumi told journalists in Tokyo that Japan would "consult" its key ally, the United States, and other powers to initiate a "stern response" to any such testing by Pyongyang.

Pyongyang is fun to say.
So Iran is going nuclear, North Korea is going nuclear and testing long-range missiles. I feel safe. What a wonderful time we live in.

Japan and even parts of the U.S. west coast are suspected to come under the range of this missile, if its prototype were to be successfully tested now.

I'm keeping my fingers crossed they mean the US west coast. Sorry California, nothing personal. Well, except you Hollywood.

The U.S. has already threatened to regard the possible test-firing as a provocative act.

Violence turns us on like sexy lingerie.


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