Sunday, September 23, 2007


by Mondoreb & Little Baby Ginn

MORE FROM THE London Times
ISRAELI commandos from the elite Sayeret Matkal unit – almost certainly dressed in Syrian uniforms – made their way stealthily towards a secret military compound near Dayr az-Zawr in northern Syria. They were looking for proof that Syria and North Korea were collaborating on a nuclear programme.

Israel had been surveying the site for months, according to Washington and Israeli sources. President George W Bush was told during the summer that Israeli intelligence suggested North Korean personnel and nuclear-related material were at the Syrian site.

Israel was determined not to take any chances with its neighbour. Following the example set by its raid on an Iraqi nuclear reactor at Osirak 1981, it drew up plans to bomb the Syrian compound.

But Washington was not satisfied. It demanded clear evidence of nuclear-related activities before giving the operation its blessing. The task of the commandos was to provide it.

If North Korean lies and deceit were oil, the renegade Asian pariah would be rich beyond belief. The radioactive dots are there for any and all to connect. North Korea suspended its own nuclear weapons talks earlier this month. Was this just another in a long, long line of North Korean deceptions and diversions?

A diversionary deception? - Bigger, Better!.
Death by 1000 Papercuts Front Page.

1 comment:

  1. Can anyone even imagine the mental density of Washington to question the validity of a hit on our 2 most active enemies? How stupid are these people? And yet if you hear them talk, they pretend to have a point. Like Kerry describing the importance of ketchup in his life.


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