Wednesday, October 11, 2006

North Korean Allegations

According to U.S. officials, North Korea may be preparing to test a nuclear weapon. However, these officials don't have solid evidence to support the allegations and the activities were hard to interpret. They are seeking China's aid in preventing the conduction of this assumed test.Within North Korea, Pyongyang announced that it has nuclear weapons in its possession. Signs of activities at missile sites heightened the U.S. officials' concerns.

Once again, the U.S. has accused another region of having threatening weapons. Just as they did the people of Iraq, the U.S. has made accusations that they are incapable of justifying. It is very significant to conjure up evidence that will support an accuser's assumations. It seems as though our government is not "thinking before they speak." They are so occupied with witch hunting, they seem to forget the true facts. The U.S. government needs to remove itself from its neighbor's business for a moment and take care of 'home' first.


  • K,

    Good job this week, yet again.

    I hope you are rereading your posts to see if there are any mistakes.

    "A" for the week.


    By Blogger Garrett Jackson, at 2:46 PM  

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