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Michael Ramirez on China and North Korea


But, was the North Korean nuclear test a set-up and a FRAUD?

Results from an initial air sampling after North Korea’s announced nuclear test showed no evidence of radioactive particles that would be expected from a successful nuclear detonation, a U.S. government intelligence official said Friday.

In the meantime at the United Nations.

Members of the U.N. Security Council agreed Friday on the wording of a resolution that would clamp sanctions on the communist country. The draft, which U.S. officials said they hoped would be approved on Saturday, would authorize non-military sanctions against the North, and says that any further action the council might want to take would require another U.N. resolution.

Diplomacy takes time and time is what many diplomats have.

Stay tuned…….


Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (R) shakes hands with former Chinese foreign minister Tang Jiaxuan before talks in Moscow October 13, 2006. Russia and China oppose ‘extreme sanctions’ against North Korea, Lavrov said on Friday.


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