Friday, November 27, 2009

Blog sprinkles


  • Rumpus over nuclear warheads in Pakistan:
Nuclear fallout rocks Pakistan
By Syed Saleem Shahzad

ISLAMABAD - Sharp differences between Pakistani leaders over safeguarding the country's nuclear arsenal are placing increasing pressure on the embattled administration of President Asif Ali Zardari.

Zardari is already seriously at odds with the military establishment over dealing with the Taliban-led insurgency and there is a strong likelihood that his government will face a make-or-break test within weeks in the form of mass street protests.

Pakistan has reacted strongly to an article in The New Yorker by investigative reporter Seymour Hersh on November 16, "Defending the arsenal", in which he claimed that Pakistan was discussing "understandings" with the US that could even see specialists take sophisticated nuclear triggers out of the country to prevent them from falling into the wrong hands.

It's obvious that the world needs this:


pygalgia said...

Yes, the world does need "Tactical Nuclear Penguin" beer!

ellroon said...

After reading the headlines, most people do!

Bryan said...

Don't put it on your TV - it will blow up [Reasoning available only to Monty Python fans].

Wouldn't they make it the four horse's asses of the Acrapolypse??

ellroon said...

The Four Horse's Asses of the Acrapolypse... I smell a movie series!!