posted on Aug, 4 2009 @ 02:01 PM
First of all it should have been Hilary to have gone not President Clinton, but then a woman has far less respect than a man in the older traditional
Clinton did a pretty good job at the end of the cold war era with his diplomacy and work with Non Proliferation.
Interesting how when last N.Korea began testing their arsenals, it was Clinton who stepped in.
It only makes sense that this would become the opportunity needed to complete the work started during the first Clinton administration.
I have to wonder if the two women being captured was not a set up to allow Clinton back at the negotiation table with Kim and to send a message once
again about his blatant use of weapons which were banned after the North Korean Crisis of 1992-94.
Remember? 1991 North and South Korea signed the Non Aggressive Reconciliation Agreement where they signed a promise to not manufacture, store, obtain,
or receive Nuclear materials?
Well they couldn't be trusted then as they broke the treaties almost immediately when it was discovered at least 2 unreported holding facilities were
discovered. They refused to allow inspections by IAEA (International Atomic energy agency.)
When I saw KIM setting off the nuclear tests recently, it was like North Korean Crisis II.
Ex President Clinton does not look happy to me, he is doing his diplomatic best to finish the work he started back in the late eighties.
Question is, will he have the same ability to conduct the business now that America has lost so much respect world wide?