The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously Saturday to impose limited sanctions on North Korea for its recent missile tests, and demanded that the reclusive communist nation suspend its ballistic missile program. North Korea immediately rejected the resolution and vowed to continue missile launches.
I feel so much safer now that the U.N. has filed the appropriate paperwork to sufficiently scold North Korea (possibly with a few big words and harsh language) into completely stopping all nuclear development activities.
With paperwork like that, the reasonable Kim Jong Il is sure to give up his threats and shut down all nuclear operations. Afterall, we know just how effective U.N. sanctions are. Will Kofi manage a missles-for-food program this time?