North Korean missiles aimed at Australia: US
by Ehssan Veiszadeh via stan - AAP Friday, Mar 23 2012, 10:52pm
All Aussies please NOTE that North Korea was never a threat to Oz BEFORE Washington doormat, Gillard allowed Australia to be used as a platform by the US to launch attacks on China and other perceived enemies in the region. Signing off on an UNPRECEDENTED F-I-V-E full scale (nuclear) US military bases of occupation has, as warned by this site, resulted in Australia NOW becoming a PRIMARY NUCLEAR TARGET -- well done you gutless, INCOMPETENT, Canberra clowns!
Lackey PM, Gillard
A senior US official has warned that North Korea's upcoming missile launch will be aimed towards South-East Asia and Australia for the first time.
Kurt Campbell, assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs, delivered the message in person to Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr, Fairfax reported on Saturday.
"If the missile test proceeds as North Korea has indicated, our judgment is that it will impact in an area roughly between Australia, Indonesia and the Philippines," Mr Campbell was quoted as saying.
"We have weighed into each of these countries and asked them to make clear that such a test is provocative and this plan should be discontinued."
Nuclear-armed North Korea plans to launch a rocket in April to put a satellite into orbit, a move the US, Australia and other nations see as a pretext for a long-range missile test banned by the United Nations.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) said it was deeply concerned by North Korea's plans.
A spokesperson for DFAT told AAP the government had registered concerns with the North Korean ambassador to Australia in Jakarta on Friday.
Senator Carr said North Korea's nuclear and long-range missile programs presented a "real and credible threat to the security of the region and Australia".
He said the planned satellite launch would be a clear breach of UN Security Council resolutions.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard will be among other world leaders invited to South Korea next week for nuclear security talks.
Ms Gillard on Wednesday moved a lower house motion to renew Australia's commitment to the eradication of all nuclear weapons.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is expected to raise North Korea's rocket launch at the meeting on Monday and Tuesday.
© AAP 2012
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The scary life of a Banker, and end times..
by pete - the sun Saturday, Mar 24 2012, 1:59am
The axis of Evil,slowly grinds to a halt, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, North Korea..Iran
They are going into these countries..Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, North Korea..Iran, why, because "they can'' -- Ramsay Clarke, General, general.. 2000
they are not called generals because they are special, they are called general because generally, they do exactly as told, no questions, thats why..Majors aren't given command]
What drives the world, not commodities, but War and Fear.. paper thin memes...
Fear creates demand, for tech, industry, and of course profits, tie in the pharma, science, medicine and of course..Bankers, finance and really.. it's all so simple.. No fear, no profits, no control..
THe Kony video fraud fell apart with lightning speeed, [Uganda just discovered a massive oil field] a meme that is getting so obvious, anybody can pick it
In fact, this is the beginning of the end for the bankers, it must be getting ..very scary.. (for them)
To have all this evidence of millions of people murdered on your doorstep, and people, masses of people looking at you through a microscope..is well, meeting time..again, and again..meeting with your mates to hopefully instill a confidence in group assurance..sorry..wrong..
Imagine being a banker now?...millions of people of all cultures, looking up your name, studying your picture, looking at your business, looking at your houses, families, looking at your finances, looking at your destinations, and where you are going to next.??...and the big one, all of the past ''practices'' that's right, practices, on this incredible place we call planet Earth... ..it's really really..scary..being a banker..really..scary..
Who's living in fear ..now..?
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