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Nuclear soccer
« on: June 18, 2009, 12:37:20 AM »
World Saved From North Korean Nuclear War


North Korea have qualified for next year's soccer World Cup Finals in South Africa ending the possibility of a nuclear confrontation on the Korean peninsula. No country will threaten its chance of glory at the world's biggest event. The corks are popping in Pyongyang and cheering could be heard across the DMZ in Korea, the world's most dangerous stand-off. North Korea's qualification comes at the expense of Iran, who will not be at next year's Finals. Centrifuges could be heard spinning in Tehran after news of North Korea's qualification came through. Expect a draw down of troops in the Asian theater but longer stays in Iraq. Israel has an outside chance of qualification. Let's pray that they make it.

North Korea's qualification sets up the enticing possibility of a match up with the United States. Here is an opportunity for President Obama to meet Kim Jong-Il, and allow the outcome of the game to settle the conflict once and for all. If America loses, they leave Korea. If the Koreans go down, hand over the nuclear bombs now! Is there a better way?
« Last Edit: June 18, 2009, 01:10:12 AM by AVIATOR »

 



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