At 12:03 PM, Monday, 10/21/02, Marc A. Schindler wrote:
I keep asking why Pakistan isn't being targetted instead of Iraq. We can
add another piece of turtle meat to the fire: there is at least the
accusation that Pakistan supplied North Korea with its light gas
centrifugal technology (which it got from the US) which is used to
produce enriched uranium. Pakistan has denied it. The US is also
accusing China of helping North Korea, but I can't see how a nuclear war
in the region would be to Beijing's advantage.
It is worse than that. Pakistan got The Bomb from China who got The Bomb from us. We talk about nuclear proliferation, but we don't actually do anything about it. Another UBI, China supplied ICBMs to Pakistan, not just nuclear technology. And that was in direct violation of anti-proliferation treaties. Shortly afterwards we extended to them a binding Permanent Normal Trade relations agreement.

I just don't understand this telestial world. I'm completely confused. Why is it, that almost every 10 to 20 years we get into a war with someone who has been built up and armed by us?

"I can image a world without war, a world without fear, a
world without hate. And I can picture us attacking that
world, because they'd never expect it.' --Jack Handy
All my opinions are tentative pending further data. --JWR

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