Wednesday, July 5, 2006

North Korean Missile Tests & My Homeland

As rogue North Koreans tested as many as six missiles today, I was reminded again, that the same fate is also waiting Iran. There will be a day when Iranian mullahs would go ahead and threaten Israel or NATO member countries with the similar missile test.

Remember that Iranian mullahs and North Korean dictator are close allies and the same useless multilateral negotiations are in place to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear-armed regime. The Iranian regime has the similar missiles N. Koreans have. They are Shahab III and Shahab V which are the Iranian versions of the North Koreans missiles tested today. North Korea also trains Iranian secret police and there have been reports of North Korean slaves working in the Iranian uranium mines. It is a very close relation and the free world must take these new tests seriously. Iranian mullahs are also waiting to hear the results of today tests because they have stake in these missile tests as well.

Like N. Koreans, Iranian regime is also testing and manufacturing these dangerous toys, risking the lives of milions of innocent Iranians and other nationals.

To avoid North Koreanization of Iran, which I predict is not so distant from now, it is time to back up the Iranian people in their quest for freedom, democracy and modernity. Indeed, a responsible and freely-elected government in Iran will help stabilize the entire world.

Please, do not let Iran become another North Korea in that corner of the world.

Cross-posted @ The Shotgun weblog

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Fergy said...

Please explain how a communist(I'm assuming atheistic) North Korea manages to work with Iran. I know that politican's make strange bedfellows, but if you could direct me to some background links, I would be thankful.



Winston said...

Read more dude!

Bill Baar said...

Reagan and Israel both sold to Iran in the 80s. Why not North Korea in 2006?

Ideology and Religion go out the window fast sometimes.

Andrew said...

Haha, the header on the article says that this article does not cite it's references or sources. It's just somebody's ramblings.

Andrew said...

Haha, that wikipedia article says that the authour does not cite it's references. I don't know why anybody would cite wikipedia as a resource. If I handed in an essay to one of my university professors and used wikipedia as a resource he would laugh at me. Anybody can write anything on there.

Anonymous said...

Wikipedia survives research test

The free online resource Wikipedia is about as accurate on science as the Encyclopedia Britannica, a study shows.

Rosemary said...

Check this out: Was Iran in North Korea to witness its missile launch?