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North Korea; Nuclear Missile Crisis

North Korea has become a threat bigger than anyone could imagine, except for maybe the CIA. They have been able to continue testing nuclear weapons without any real visible interference. Sure, there have been talks; North Korea is trying to gain an upper hand at the UN.

The U.S. is reluctant to enter into talks with them. The U.S. has a strong president Bush; he is an excellent ruler in the terms of scare tactics. He is so powerful that he scares these other world leaders, and they try to push him because, they know that he already has his troops spread out.

On the other hand, Saudi Arabia could buy the world if they desired. They do it one company at a time, one port at a time, one leader at a time. They know that if they give the Americans money then they can get anything they want. We are a capitalistic society and are opportunist. Often, making greedy decisions not caring what it will do to the next generation. They believe that if they do not take advantage of the opportunity at hand that the next chum that comes along will; well not if the next chum is taught the significance of the next generation; The generation of their grandchildren. Taught the value of the air they breathe, the tree they walk under; the value of life, the devastation of loss and the kinship that the world should have; every nation as one; everyone as brothers, everyone as sisters.

North Korea has made a mistake just as Russia had done during the Cuban Missile Crisis. The mistake is bigger than the destruction that will come if launched. The true destruction is to humanity and all that it stands for. Let us pray that these world leaders do not destroy the world and all of humanities keepers.

Cynthia R. Yildirim

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