The Timeless Art of Misdirection
Two curious developments out of the nuclearized 4th world today.
On the one hand, Kim Jong Il says he "regrets" his nuclear test, that he doesn't have plans for another one, and that he'll return to the six party talks if we'll lift financial sanctions.
On the other hand, a North Korean ship used to transport military equipment is on the move, being tracked by the U.S. Navy.
The ship, which sailed from a port near the capital of Pyongyang, has been known in the past to carry military equipment.
A sanctions resolution adopted Saturday by the U.N. Security Council bars North Korea from supplying nuclear supplies or military equipment to any other nation.
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