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US Nuke Monitors Kicked Out Of N Korea

From those champions of nuclear proliferation at the Associated Press:

A U.S. nuclear expert, second from left , is escorted by a Chinese police officer at the Beijing airport in Beijing, China, Friday, April 17 , 2009.

US nuclear experts pull out of North Korea

By Jae-soon Chang, Associated Press Writer

SEOUL, South Korea – U.S. monitors of North Korea’s nuclear program left the communist nation Friday after the regime ordered them out and vowed to restart its reactor in anger over U.N. criticism of its recent rocket launch

The pullout of all international inspectors leaves the global community with no onsite means to monitor North Korea’s nuclear facilities, which can yield weapons-grade plutonium if restarted.

North Korea vowed earlier this week to restart its nuclear program and quit six-nation disarmament talks because the U.N. Security Council criticized its April 5 rocket launch as a violation of resolutions barring it from ballistic missile-related activity…

Separately, Kyodo News agency reported that the U.S. won’t pursue direct talks with North Korea at the expense of the six-party talks

Later Friday, the North renewed routine accusations that South Korea and the U.S. are plotting an attack.

"When a nuclear war will break out due to the war chariot of the ‘South Korea-U.S. military alliance’ is a matter of time," the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea said in a statement carried by the official Korean Central News Agency

Yes sir, Mr. Obama’s and Mrs. Clinton’s foreign policy is working like clockwork.

Of course the North Koreans have to put on a show.

But behind the scenes they are secretly sitting down with folks from our side and having very friendly one on one chats which will dispel all of our (wrongly) perceived differences.

After all, that’s what Mr. Obama has promised.

By the way, notice how the Associated Press worded their headline. (Which is all that most people read about North Korea.)

US nuclear experts pull out of North Korea

It’s somehow written as if the US experts left on their own volition.

It was ever thus.

This article was posted by Steve on Friday, April 17th, 2009. Comments are currently closed.

5 Responses to “US Nuke Monitors Kicked Out Of N Korea”

  1. proreason says:

    You nailed it Steve.

    This is all part of the master plan by the master godpolitician, Barack Olenin.

  2. texaspsue says:

    Dontcha just love it when the whole World loves us? Oh they don’t?…..and they’re laughing at us? Sorry, my mistake. :-)

    Redstate has Evolution of the Obama message. http://www.redstate.com/absentee/2009/04/17/evolution-of-the-obama-message/

  3. canary says:

    By the way, notice how the Associated Press worded their headline. (Which is all that most people read about North Korea.)

    I’ve noticed many news outlets pulling this deception, especially in the last couple of weeks. Our cowardly American leaders will say the talks went great and peace, and never stand behind their weakening stance of N. Korea paying dire consequences.

  4. 12 Gauge Rage says:

    The inspectors were thrown out because lil’ kim overheard them say that his platform shoes didn’t make him look tall enough. As usual, Obama and his yes men will be at a loss over how to handle this.

  5. Liberals Demise says:

    Now our people need not fret over their hair falling out after a accidental missile launch from one of our boomers!! (nuke armed submarine)

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