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Category Archives: Nuclear Weapons

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Colonel von Stauffenberg Discusses Kim Jong Un

This young man asks what many people have: “Colonel von Stauffenberg, what should the North Koreans do?” By that he naturally means what should the military officers do? “It will likely be up to the colonels,” I say. “Generals have usually lost their youth and vigor while gaining power and prestige. If a lower ranking […]

Also posted in Adolf Hitler, Claus von Stauffenberg, Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong-Il, Kim Jong-Un, Korea, World War II

Hydrogen Man

I’m not short and pudgy. I’m taller and firmer than you think and in fact I’m a stud who watches professional basketball and lives like a god and beds any woman I want and the other night my current favorite swooned as I told her, “This morning I exploded a hydrogen bomb.” “Oh, Dear Leader.” […]

Also posted in China, Japan, Kim Jong-Un, Korea

Fidel Castro v. Che Guevara

I didn’t force Che Guevara to leave Cuba. That’s yanqui propaganda designed to impugn my loyalty and judgment and decency. I’ve loved Che since meeting him in Mexico City before the Revolución and admired him more than anyone because more than anyone I’d benefitted from his extraordinary talents. He accompanied Raul and me and eighty-two […]

Also posted in Bay of Pigs, Bolivia, Che Guevara, CIA, Cuba, Dwight Eisenhower, Fidel Castro, Fulgencio Batista, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev, Russia

Saddam Confronts Netanyahu

After Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s most recent sermon to the Congress of the United States, he marched into his palatial D.C. hotel suite where Saddam Hussein romped with several robust young women. The political titans excused their guests and bodyguards, and this conversation, preserved by a Mossad recording device, followed: Benjamin Netanyahu – What the […]

Also posted in Barack Obama, Benjamin Netanyahu, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Saddam Hussein, Vietnam

Putin Warns the West

Don’t call me shorty or I’ll throw you over my hip. I’m a superpower leader ready to protect the Russian people who’ve so often been “not merely robbed but plundered” by such heathens as Napoleon, Hitler, Bush father and son, Clinton, and Obama, the latter four deluded Americans who claim God wants them to “determine […]

Also posted in Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, Barack Obama, Crimea, NATO, Russia, Soviet Union, Ukraine, Vladimir Putin, Warsaw Pact

Nikita Khrushchev Explains

Don’t blame me Vladimir Putin’s grabbing the Crimea sixty years after I bestowed that lovely peninsula on Ukraine, the great Russian Breadbasket where I’d forged my political career and found a bride. Listen to my son, Sergei. He’s a wizard in computers and missiles and holds multiple advanced degrees and teaches at Brown University and […]

Also posted in Crimea, Cuba, Fidel Castro, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev, Russia, Soviet Union, Ukraine, Vladimir Putin

Netanyahu Assails Rouhani

All Iranian leaders are wolves. Ahmadinejad dressed like wolf so was less dangerous than new President Hassan Rouhani who’s disguised as sheep so can pull wool over international eyes. He wants you to forget decade ago he masterminded hiding nuclear weapons program. He didn’t fool Israel. No one fools us. And we pray he won’t […]

Also posted in Benjamin Netanyahu, Hassan Rouhani, Iran, Israel, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Middle East

New Iranian President

I am Hassan Rouhani, new president of Iran and most reasonable and educated man. I speak Persian, Arabic, and English well, received law degree in Scotland, and have served Iran in many high military, diplomatic, and political offices. No one has more relevant experience. I understand people and universal need for expression and think you […]

Also posted in Hassan Rouhani, Iran, Israel, Middle East, Short Pieces - GTC

Super Kim Jong Un

I don’t fear starving people. They love my fat face. I worry about generals who pray I’m not tough as Father and Grandfather, generals who may want my place. They can’t have it. They’re learning I’m strongest Kim yet. I’ve already captured, jailed, and tortured North Korean fishermen, and fired missiles able to carry nuclear […]

Also posted in Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong-Il, Kim Jong-Un, Korea, Short Pieces - GTC

Gunter Grass’ Poem for Israel

Criticize Gunter Grass not for being anti-Semitic, which he isn’t, but for choosing the wrong medium to present “What Must Be Said” about the dangers and inequities of Israeli foreign policy. In the second stanza Grass is poetic rather than precise in stating Israel plans “a strike to snuff out the Iranian people.” The descendents […]

Also posted in Germany, Gunter Grass, Holocaust, Iran, Israel, Middle East, Submarines, Writers

State of the Union

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

Also posted in Afghanistan, Barack Obama, Campaign 2012, Economics, George S. Patton, George W. Bush, Immigration, Iran, Iraq, Lyndon Johnson, Mexico, Mitt Romney, Poetry - GTC, Richard Nixon

Kim Jong-Il Attacks Again

Don’t dare celebrate Western exaggerations that my body’s withered by a stroke and my face twisted into a mask of fading comprehension. I’m still mighty Kim Jong-Il and determined to confront those who claim they’re blessed with freedom and nutrition but are in fact imperialistic criminals using economic sanctions to punish my starving North Korean […]

Also posted in Asia, China, Iran, Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong-Il, Kim Jong-Un, Korea

Brain Surgery for Amadinejad

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

Also posted in George W. Bush, Holocaust, Iran, Israel, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Middle East, Saddam Hussein

I Am MacArthur

This story is from the collection “The Bold Investor” <

Also posted in Alexander the Great, Asia, Australia, China, Dean Acheson, Douglas MacArthur, Dwight Eisenhower, Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Japan, John Barrymore, Korea, Korean War, Napoleon, Pearl Harbor, Philippines, Short Stories - GTC, The Bold Investor, West Point, World War I, World War II

Ahmadinejad Warns Israel and the U.S.

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

Also posted in Barack Obama, Holocaust, Iran, Islam, Jews, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Middle East

Kim Jong Il Celebrates Sixty Years of War

I am in splendid health. Reports of my suffering strokes and other debilitating maladies are simply the delusions of enemies who refuse to admit that the great North Korean nation built by my late father, Kim Il Sung, and I is a fountain of wealth, happiness, and awesome military power. I recently celebrated my good […]

Also posted in Asia, Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong-Il, Korea

The Atomic Cafe

Welcome to The Atomic Café where we serve vivid images of tests from July 1945 Alamogordo leading to uncontested flight over Hiroshima about which crewman notes hard to conceive damage they’ve done. Smiling President Truman reports we’ve taken biggest scientific gamble in history, awful responsibility, and won, and thank God it’s our responsibility and not […]

Also posted in Documentaries, Movies, Short Pieces - GTC, War, Weapons

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Warns You

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

Also posted in Ali Khamenei, Barack Obama, Iran, Israel, Middle East

Bush Embraces Missiles

This story is from the collection “Echoes from Saddam Hussein”

Also posted in Europe, George W. Bush, Iraq, Missile Shield, Weapons

President Bush Analyzes Intelligence Report on Iran

This story is from the collection “Echoes from Saddam Hussein”

Also posted in George W. Bush, Iran

Ahmadinejad and Bush Spar at the United Nations

In a startling (and heretofore unreported) miscalculation in security planning last week at the United Nations in New York, secret service agents led a rapidly-departing President George W. Bush right into the exit path of the man he most loves to talk about but least wants to talk to, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran. President […]

Also posted in George W. Bush, Holocaust, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Middle East, Palestine, Terrorism, United Nations

Shah of Iran Comments on the Nuclear Nation

Why would I be bitter the Americans deserted me?  I suppose they felt I hadn’t done enough.  During World War II, after the British forced my anachronistic father to leave the throne and installed me, I opened a vital Persian Corridor for Anglo-American supplies Russia used to defeat the Nazis.  In the 1950’s I again […]

Also posted in Iran, Shah of Iran, United States

Bush Resolves Missile Shield Dilemma

This story is from the collection “Echoes from Saddam Hussein”

Also posted in Czech Republic, George W. Bush, Missile Shield, Russia, Vladimir Putin

Admadinejad Debates George W. Bush

This story is from the collection “Echoes from Saddam Hussein”

Also posted in George W. Bush, Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Rape, Women's Rights

Mighty Kim Jong Il

This story appears in the collection “In Other Hands”

Also posted in Asia, Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong-Il, Korea