Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Pyongyang be buggered, we’re all going to get wet!

Comforting to know that American military monitoring of threats from North Korea and China is in the competent hands of General Bran Flake:

America's top military officer in charge of monitoring hostile actions by North Korea, escalating tensions between China and Japan, and a spike in computer attacks traced to China provides an unexpected answer when asked what is the biggest long-term security threat in the Pacific region: climate change.
    “The ice is melting and sea is getting higher…”

Yes, strap on your snorkels and head ye for the hills, for lo, the threat of seawater rising at 2 inches per century is greater than all the threats and nuclear missiles emanating from Pyongyang and Beijing.

[Hat tip Small Dead Animals]

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