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Wednesday, June 15, 2005

No axis of evil here, just move along

Telegraph :

Iran is secretly negotiating with North Korea to build a network of underground bunkers to conceal its clandestine nuclear weapons project. A team of construction experts has arrived in Teheran to conduct a survey of Iranian requirements. It included a senior North Korean specialist in underground construction who helped to design the bunkers that contain Pyongyang's illegal weapons programme. Current talks centre on whether the North Koreans will undertake the work for the Iranians, or act as advisers to Iranian construction companies.
At some point, we are going to have to disabuse nations of the notion that possessing nuclear weapons makes them safe from any attack. Perhaps we will see whether North Korean tunnel engineering is better than our bunker busting munitions. (via Environmental Republican, who adds a pop culture twist to the story)


Blogger RFTR said...

That could be a fun experiment... bomb North Korea's nuclear sites.

Worst case, if we miss a few missiles, Pyongyang can take out a substantial portion of California.

It's win-win!

6/15/2005 10:15:00 AM  
Blogger Greg said...

Nice comment courtesy of Brian! Respect:) As for me, what's going on in Iran seems just as dangerous if not worse then the situation in Iraq prior to the U.S./British offensive there. Something absolutley needs to be done. For some reason N. Korea doesn't bother me as much. I doubt they'd ever bomb South Korea. Iran, on the other hand will bomb Israel as soon as it produces its first nuclear warhead-hence I'm a bit jittery-or nervous if you prefer.

6/16/2005 07:24:00 AM  
Blogger Cubicle said...

either Ca or Isearl, both are good reasons to fund missle defence.

6/16/2005 08:40:00 AM  

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