Saturday, May 08, 2010

Ministry of Fear

If you woke up feeling pretty good this morning -- get over it. Be scared! No, scareder!

Now. Should you read the story itself (and if you want to conclude from this that "reading the story" isn't a requirement at certain news outlets, go right ahead), you'll stumble across this:

Saturday's tests -- which featured the rare launch of two missiles -- are unlikely to aggravate tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbors, since they both routinely conduct missile tests.

And you might even conclude that short-range ballistic missiles aren't the problem:

Danger persists from "nuclear insiders with extremist sympathies, Al Qaeda or Taliban outsider attacks, and a weak state."

In other words: No, but thanks for asking.

So why is this the day's top story? I wonder if the comments section holds any clues:

WITH THE NUCLEAR COUNTRIES ADDING BETTER NUKES TO THEIR ARSENAL AND IRAN PRODUCING A NUKE THE CORRUPT AND DEVIOUS OBAMA IS ACCOMPLISHING HIS PURPOSE OF CREATING CHAOS AND TERROR THROUGHOUT THE WORLD

No Islamic state and no state run by a dictator should be allowed to possess weapons of mass destruction. We should immediately launch a strategic nuclear strike on Pakistan, Iran and North Korea. If we do not, then in the next several decades, they will trigger a global war of unimaginable proportions.

Isn't this the country that was shown dancing in the streets after 9/11? They should be well into there half life by now. Instead their Kenyan brother resides in DC, or as I like to call it, east california or mecca, the sequel.


And now back to your regularly scheduled programming.

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1 Comments:

Blogger John Cowan said...

Let's not forget China. 21 million Muslims, dictatorship (though it's not always clear who the dictator is), nuclear weapons.

2:15 PM, May 08, 2010  

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