Thursday, June 7, 2007

The thing that risk brings to the table

North Korea Fires Off Series of Missiles

North Korea fired several short-range missiles toward the Sea of Japan on Friday, Japanese media reported. Japanese Defense and Foreign Ministry officials said they could not immediately confirm the reports. Japan's public broadcaster and other media, citing Japanese and U.S. sources, reported that the missiles were surface-to-ship.

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3 thoughts on “The thing that risk brings to the table

  • japanese uncle says:

    What a great asset Kim Jong Il must be, for the military-industrial complex! As long as he keeps firing his toy missiles, Raytheon has good reason to push its so called Missile Defence System (costing multi-billion pounds) to Japan, which is utterly useless otherwise, after the Cold War was over. Kim is said to have a few accounts in the Swiss banks; one of his sons being stationed in Switzerland as the keeper/caretaker of those accounts, which must be quite handy to receive under-the-table settlements.

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  • fahrenheit451 says:

    Oh its fun, perhaps we all need nuclear bunkers in our basements as well. But after a Nuclear Winter who cares what the price of houses will be.

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  • sold 2 rent 1 says:

    Forget about the Nuclear Winter – it’s the Kondratieff Winter that will freeze everone.

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