Christian Ministers have made full use of the fear-appeal of nuclear Armageddon to get people to church, and keep them there, entertained with sermons of multiple-headed beasts that will come across the oceans, from the Horsemen of the Apocalypse, which the final chapters of the Bible make perfectly clear refer to each of the superpowers leaders.
So, is it any wonder that Apocalyptic concerns of many Americans, over their Anderson Air Force Base on Guam being within range of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, were definitely not eased today.
Brian Cox coaxed US citizens to question what ‘within range’ meant, in realistic terms, when mankind has now successfully dropped devices on most neighbouring planets.
‘Yes, there is a lot to thank the Nazi’s for.’ Brian reminded those able to take more of his unnerving intellect. ‘The concentration camps directly guided the development of US health services and techniques, and Hitler’s V2 scientists enabled achievements like Apollo 13, and Challenger.”
The problem appears to be that while Oppenheimer and pals got to play with their toys, nowadays the likes of Kim Jong Un don’t, what with the UN’s ‘Look but don’t touch’ policy for such war games.
Everyone knows boys like to blow things up. In fact, right now, blowing things up sounds like one hell of a lot more fun to Kim Jong Un than adding to his administration nightmare. “Yew Sirius?! Yew sink me one two half whole career?!” He attempted to question rhetorically, but went on to make his intentions crystal-meth clear to the world. “Me one two half whole fiffo errorment big-badda-boom!”
In response to this threat it has been reported that angry Americans have taken to the streets shouting anti South Korean slogans and setting fire to a significant number of Daewoos.