Wednesday, May 5, 2010
. . . or the same old sabre rattling?
I used to work in a sensitive operation that is still ongoing . . . the Korean woman involved in the project (everybody is convinced she is originally from the North; she's like a Bond villain - I'll refer to her as the Cat Woman - she is that bizarre) . . .
. . . one day the NorKorCom's were doing their bit, massing on the border and sending out hateful propaganda; Cat looked at the TV screen and snorted, "They must need more rice!"
That's all this is . . . as evil as they are - and they ARE evil, I don't believe in underestimating the Enemy - the NorKorCom's don't have the means to project their power - everything they do is designed either toward controlling their own people, or as a means to an end vis-a-vis the South.
Another piece of wisdom . . . any U.S. soldier who has served on the Korean Peninsula . . . a.k.a. the Hermit Kingdom . . . a.k.a. the Land of the Open Kimono . . . will tell you - the United States has kept troops stationed on the peninsula all these years NOT to keep the North from going South, but to keep the South from going North . . .
Never underestimate the Enemy!