Monday, October 12, 2009

North Korea and the Taliban Mark Another Milestone in Barack's Nobel Peace Prize by Testing Nuke Missiles

With Obama proving he will not defend the sovereignty of United States against any threat because he empathizes with the terrorists (he'll bend over and kiss their rings, release their militants from war camps, leave our soldiers as sitting ducks and ignore the building up of nuclear arsenals - etc.)North Korea and the Taliban are advancing and improving their nuclear technology to fire catastrophic weapons.

SEOUL, Oct. 12 (Yonhap) -- North Korea fired two short-range missiles into the East Sea on Monday afternoon, a government source said.

The missiles were launched south of Musudan-ri, North Hamgyeong Province, according to the source. North Korea has declared a navigation ban in waters off its east and west coasts from Oct. 10 to 20, the source added.

The Taliban has seized nuclear-armed Pakistan's Army headquarters and the stunning response of Obama, courtesy of Hillary Clinton, is that this poses no threat to the United States.

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Sunday the Taliban siege of Pakistan's army headquarters showed extremists are a growing threat in the nuclear-armed American ally, but she contended they don't pose a risk to the country's atomic arsenal.

This of course was said from her globetrotting hops around the globe waiting for Iran to "prove" their nuclear armament are a manifestation of their peaceful intentions.

Clinton, in London on the second leg of a five-day tour of Europe and Russia, also joined British Foreign Secretary David Miliband in warning Iran that they would not wait long for the Islamic republic to convince the world that its nuclear intentions are peaceful....

Miliband told reporters at a joint news conference with Clinton that although Pakistan faced a "mortal threat" from extremists, there was no danger of its nuclear weapons being compromised.

He scolded those who might raise the suggestion. "I think it's very important that alarmist talk is not allowed to gather pace," he said.

This sort of blindness to what is happening isn't of human origin.

It's blimy.

The kind of blindness that sets in when you're on the road to perdition. The things in our lives get dark and dreary enough that we turn to God in our desperation.

In the Bible, God's not-so-subtle character witness is Saul.

There he was riding around town on his horse as a bounty hunter, looking for Christians to bind and drag into Jerusalem to be persecuted, when he gets struck by God with enough force to knock him off his horse and blind him.

And he trembling and astonished, said: Lord, what wilt thou have me to do?

I'd love to say I've never been in a place in my life when I was defying God in one way or another and was so self-absorbed that I was this deceived.

Been there, done that.

Luckily, I wasn't in charge of the sovereignty and safety of the United States.

I have to wonder though where they're getting the notion that talking to people all nice like who are building and firing missiles is the roadmap to world peace.

Maybe what we should have done during Ted Kennedy's funeral was invite all the yahoos into the Cuban Missile Crisis exhibit to see if we could wake some of them out of their comas.

President John F. Kennedy's reaction to the Soviet Union missile camp in Cuba bought us 47 years, with the help of other Presidents who stood strong against the wiles of terrorists.

It looks like the sand in the hourglass is getting low. Just like every Nation before us who tried to alienate God from its power, God will lift his protective hand to bring the empire and its inhabitants to our knees, if He doesn't, in mercy, destroy us all together.

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