AMBLING TOWARDS DISASTER: BUSH'S NORTH KOREA POLICY by Mike Whitney
"How could Bush let the situation get so out-of-hand? After all, the central tenet of the war on terror is: “We will not let the world’s most dangerous weapons fall into the hands of the world’s worst dictators”? Instead, they have elevated an unstable megalomaniac into a nuclear-armed menace. It could turn out to be the greatest foreign policy meltdown in American history.
Bush needs to forgo the Texas bravado and make substantive changes to the present policy before North Korea becomes the world’s largest WMD-production factory...
"A larger tragedy can still be averted if cooler heads prevail. The time for bluster is past. The present policy is a dead-loss which has put everyone in greater peril."
Ambling towards Disaster: Bush’s North Korea Policy
By Mike Whitney
10/09/06 "Information Clearing House" - [link to www.informationclearinghouse.info] - “We have reaffirmed our commitment to a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula. …The actions taken by North Korea are unacceptable and deserve an immediate response by the UN Security Council.” President George Bush; following the detonation of North Korea’s first nuclear weapon
It took 6 years of relentless threats, sanctions and belligerence, but Bush finally succeeded in pushing Kim Jong-Il to build North Korea’s first nuclear bomb. Now, Kim can just add a few finishing touches to his ballistic-missile delivery system, the Taepo-dong ICBM, and he’ll be able to wipe out the 9 western states with a flip of the switch.
In a matter of hours, the world has become a much more dangerous place, a fact that will have no effect of the blinkered ideologues at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. They’ve probably already moved on to the next phase of their plan to expand the Middle East catastrophe; Armageddon in Iran.
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