Mister Pterodactyl
Friday, January 02, 2004
Just want to note a couple things out of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:

First this.
"Nearly three months after the successful operation, the Bush administration confirmed on Wednesday interception of an illegal shipment of thousands of parts of uranium-enrichment equipment bound for Libya."

I'm thinking this is just one of several stories that'll fully explain Ghaddafi's sudden acquiescence. PSI works!

Of course,
"The director of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Mohamed ElBaradei, told The Associated Press Tuesday he did not want American or British help on the ground in Libya.
'As far as I'm concerned, we have the mandate, and we intend to do it alone,' ElBaradei said."

Whatever, dude.

While we're at it, this.
"North Korea has agreed to allow a U.S. delegation to visit its main nuclear complex next week, the first such inspection since the isolated communist country expelled United Nations monitors more than a year ago.
The visit appeared to be an effort by North Korea to prove that it has built a nuclear bomb - or capable of doing so - and strengthen its negotiating position ahead of planned talks with the United States and four other nations on ending the nuclear standoff."

An attempt at intimidation, an obfuscation or a genuine concession? Stay tuned, Bat-fans (but guess where my money is).

The beat goes on.

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