Saturday, March 28, 2009
The North Koreans are about to test launch a new rocket, with U.S., Japanese and South Korean military and intelligence assets watching closely.
The same three allies say that the "planned rocket launch would violate a U.N. resolution and said they would take the issue to the world body's Security Council."
Is Hans Blix available to confront Kim Jong Il?
We should try to shoot the rocket down, unless the North Koreans can prove its a Satellite. They could do that by agreeing to an inspection of the payload less than 24 hours before launch and allowing on site observers. Maybe even allow Chinese or Russian observers report to us.