Kim Jong 'Mentally' Ill supports Kerry

Allah is pleased

N. Korea plays a waiting game — for the outcome of U.S. election

World Tribune.com
Wednesday, October 20, 2004

North Korea has put off further negotiations on its nuclear program with five other nations until after the Nov. 2 U.S. presidential elections, intelligence officials say.

The North Koreans believe they will have an easier time negotiating with a new administration headed by Sen. John F. Kerry, who has said publicly he would begin direct U.S.-North Korea talks if elected president. The Bush administration has rejected bilateral talks with Pyongyang, based on North Korea’s violation of the 1994 Agreed Framework, which was a product of similar one-on-one talks.




See my friends, dictators and communists around the world
are supporting our candidate - John Kerry.
Allah is much pleased !!!

Ali bin Gali