Friday, April 13, 2012

I think that under his father... North Korea would have launched the Earth Observation Satellite, from which to hover over the earth ominously


(SACNSAltered Persuasion... Satire)


I think that under his father... North Korea would have launched the Earth Observation Satellite, from which to hover over the earth ominously ... just too bad... ;)!~ lols!
Now if they could just get Israel's help, or outsource to India;)!

They should do what everyone else does and use a BMW jet engine, and hire out the old South African nuclear scientists. Lols!

I cannot repeat enough that I am joking... horrified by attempted launch, glad it failed!

LOLS! When you try to be threatening... and try to be threatening and try...

And here is the try not to be threatening that usually works ;)!~
We threw out our toys, apparently ;)!~ LOLS!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Africa_and_weapons_of_mass_destruction
South Africa and weapons of mass destruction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia »
Nuclear program start date, 1967. First nuclear weapon test, Possible, 22 September 1979 (See Operation Phenix). First fusion weapon test, Unknown. Last nuclear test, Unknown. Largest yield test, Unkn...

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Who is performing sanctions against whom?: America may tap into their oil reserves... to perform sanctions against Iran


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Marc Aupiais  -  12:24 (edited)  -  Public
America may tap into their oil reserves... to perform sanctions against Iran
CNN argues that this would be a bad idea...

Joke about it: the real question is who is performing sanctions against whom?

CNN | 'Why Obama shouldn't tap U.S. oil reserves' by Steve Hargreaves at April 4, 2012: 5:44 AM ET
http://money.cnn.com/2012/04/04/markets/oil-reserves-obama/index.htm





Obama is expected to release oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve as Iran sanctions bite and gas prices rise. But analysts say it should be kept for a real emergency.

Julius Malema suspended... again: The Youth League president, decided to call President Jacob Zuma a dictator


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  -  12:13 (edited)  -  Public
Julius Malema suspended... again
The Youth League president, decided to call President Jacob Zuma a dictator

Joke about it: Malema's misunderstanding of grade 1 English has hit him again, the correct term is charismatic demagogue. Or else tape recorder (Esteemed Dictaphone), it's unsure which term Malema actually meant. As Youth league leader, we hope he will one day graduate grade one... I mean as not Youth League Leader... Malema's most famous statements include mooning people, and throwing glass bottles. To him, Zuma, must certainly be a successful, well spoken, tape recorder, brilliant War and Peace Novel Cover reader, charismatic demagogue!

;) um ... correction... from of all things... wikipedia...

"Malema took longer than usual to complete secondary school, graduating at the age of 21 from Mohlakaneng High School in Seshego, Limpopo; he failed most of his subjects.[12][13][14] In 2010, Malema completed a two-year diploma in youth development through University of South Africa (UNISA). He is currently enrolled at UNISA for a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications and African languages.[15]"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julius_Malema

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