Monday, July 10, 2006

West mounts 'secret war' to keep nuclear North Korea in check

Sunday Times reports A programme of covert action against nuclear and missile traffic to North Korea and Iran is to be intensified after last week’s missile tests by the North Korean regime. Intelligence agencies, navies and air forces from at least 13 nations are quietly co-operating in a “secret war” against Pyongyang and Tehran.

13 nations are at war, and it is a secret???? Somebody does not understand what the word war means, or they are trying to stir one up, by telling North Korea that 13 nations are at war with it, and it does not even know it.
It has so far involved interceptions of North Korean ships at sea, US agents prowling the waterfronts in Taiwan,
Since when is a US agent walking down the waterfront in Taiwan an act of war. And not against Taiwan, but presumably against North Korea.
multinational naval and air surveillance missions out of Singapore,
air surveillance is now an act of war? What else.
investigators poring over the books of dubious banks
Oh I see, reading books is now an act of war. Is it only if they are reading the books of dubious banks? What if they are looking at books of a legitimate bank, or perhaps reading a new novel that has just come out?
in the former Portuguese colony of Macau and a fleet of planes and ships eavesdropping on the “hermit kingdom” in the waters north of Japan

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