February 18, 2003
America's New Enemy
The Washington Times' Bill Gertz reports today that "the North Korean ship that last year delivered Scud missiles to Yemen transferred a large shipment of chemical weapons material from Germany to North Korea recently . . . The ship, the Sosan, was monitored as it arrived in North Korea earlier this month carrying a shipment of sodium cyanide, a precursor chemical used in making nerve gas, said officials familiar with intelligence reports."
Germany seems hellbent on resuming its status as an enemy of the United States. What else would you call a country that sells tons of sodium cyanide to North Korea at a time when North Korea is issuing repeated threats to destroy the United States?
Who would've guessed that when President Bush announced his preemption policy and warned all nations that they must choose between being for or against terrorism that it would ultimately flush-out and expose France and Germany as enemies of the United States? Who would've guessed that since President Bush's historic speech to the United Nations last September that Chirac and Schroder would end up nearly as politically isolated as Saddam Hussein?
The lesson? Moral clarity always reveals who your real friends are.
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