|Bush to N. Korea - "Keep your Dongs to yourselves"||Starliner|
Dec 11, 2002 11:44 AM
|With yesterday's discovery of the North Korean missles on the boat in the Arabian Sea, one must be careful to not jump to any conclusions that could lead to knee-jerk responses against them. Let's first try to understand what might have led up to North Korea's attempt at inserting their Dongs into Yemen.
It is apparent that North Korea's deep feelings of inadequacy on the world stage has had a major part. For many decades, they have been considered to be the limp member of the two Koreas, overshadowed by the potency of their estranged brother from the South in the world marketplace.
Even though they didn't have a lot of money, they did have something which their rich brother did not - the big Dongs. With these missles, as well as their Scuds, they just might have been able to impress certain other downtrodden members of the world community.... members who had money, an ax to grind with the leader, but who, well, lacked a Big Gun.
Just like a whore screwing a john, a mutually satisfying situation became set - North Korea would get the Arab's money they wanted, and the Arabs would gain a potency they lacked.
The Scuds are just foreplay in this game, for they are significantly overshadowed by Korea's bigger Dongs. The biggest and longest of North Korea's Dongs are the Taepo-Dongs. There are two of them. However, the Dong that carries the biggest load is the No Dong.
As of this writing, information is not available to confirm whether there were no Dongs or No Dongs on that boat. Either way, whatever North Korea had on that boat was bitten off before it had a chance to come into the port of entry.
|N. Korea to Bush: We have "no dongs" - ain't that the truth? nm||jose_Tex_mex|
Dec 11, 2002 5:47 PM