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Monday, 28 February 2011

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An easy mistake to make.

South Korea and US troops have begun annual military drills in the peninsula bringing a warning from North Korea that it could trigger a nuclear war.

The North Korean warning is not about the actual drills but because part of them will involve computer war games. They point out that in the past computer war games were taking place during 9-11 and also during the London bombings of 7-7 2005.

America insist the fact that computer war games were taking place on 9-11 was just coincidence, and say that when it happened again in London all it proved was that coincidences can happen more than once.

A US government spokesman who responded to the concerns from North Korea did seem to make sense when he said 'They were clearly coincidences because who in their right mind would do the same thing twice and believe nobody would notice'.

North Korea seem not to be convinced and are making sure to let the world know about those concerns.

"We're simply pointing out that during a computer war game a fictitious attack coming from North Korea could be mistaken for a real attack and lead to bombs being dropped on our country" explained a worried looking spokesman for the North Korean government.

As if!

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