Sunday, March 07, 2004

North Korea for John Kerry! I don't think he wants this sort of backing. In the past few weeks, speeches by the Massachusetts senator have been broadcast on Radio Pyongyang and reported in glowing terms by the Korea Central News Agency (KCNA), the official mouthpiece of Mr Kim's communist regime. Not surprisingly, North Korea with a hope of a John Kerry win, now may ask that US troops leave South Korea in exchange of dropping their nuclear program. Of course that won't happen, and NK will just making crazy demands to drag this out pass the election. Greece: The conservative new democracy party wins over the Socialists party. The first thing they are going to do is to get the troubled Athen Olympic game preparations, based on the latest video, you are going to have to bring your own seats. It doesn't look anywhere near ready. Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Husseini al-Sistani dropped his objections to the new Iraq constitution and the signing will take place on Monday. This already is causing major concern with the Sunni and Kurds members that the Shiites led by Al-Sistani will try to grab more power later on. If Germany is going to have a welfare state, then have a welfare state. The guy's wife is in Thailand and he is lonely. I agree with him.

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