Monday, November 29, 2010

Todays' "Dispatch from the Front-line of World War Three"

  • The Marmot's Hole informs us that that's how a renowned British newspaper is describing things here — South Korea: despatch from the frontline of World War Three — and reports that for some time "the United States and South Korea have been discussing a world without North Korea" — WikiLeaks and Korea.

  • "A mass exodus of North Korean workers from the Far East of Russia is under way," reports another renowned British newspaper, suggesting "it appears that the workers in Russia have been called back to aid potential military operations" — North Korea Recalls Expats.

  • "Launching a military attack on civilians is a crime against humanity, even during wartime" — S. Korean president takes responsibility for failing to protect country, signals hardened military stance toward North. (Truer words have seldom been spoken by a politician.)
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