Friday, April 07, 2006
Preemptive strike is a military attack designed to prevent, or reduce the impact of, an anticipated attack from an enemy. After the 911 incident, the US has been very vocal about using preemptive strikes to take away any security threats. Countries like Israel and Iran have also warned their enemies that they too will launch their own preemptive strikes if they feel they are threatened. And you know such policies are the in-thing now when you hear that Singapore too is launching a preemptive strike. No enemy countries to launch a preemptive strike? No worries. We launch one against the mosquitoes.
Posted by I.Z. Reloaded at 12:32 PM
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