from moby. january 4, 2003. from nyc.
“it’s been proven on many occasions that i’m not the brightest guy in the world. but i’m still having a hard time understanding why we’re going to attack iraq but yet we’re leaving north korea alone.
in an ideal world we shouldn’t be attacking anyone, but isn’t it odd that the criteria that’s been employed in determining our pending aggression against iraq has been doubly satisfied by the actions of north korea?
1-iraq may or may not have weapons of mass destruction.
north korea definitely have weapons of mass destruction.
2-iraq most likely does not have nuclear weapons.
north korea most likely does have nuclear weapons.
3-iraq has let un inspectors into their country.
north korea have just kicked the un inspectors out of their country.
4-iraq have been belligerent and violent towards their neighbors.
north korea have been belligerent and violent towards their neighbors.
5-the powers that be in iraq have been involved in the deaths of millions of iraqi’s.
the powers that be in north korea have been involved in the deaths of millions of north koreans.
6-the leadership of iraq is despotic and tyrannical.
the leadership of north korea is despotic and tyrannical.
it’s very bizarre. and i’m surprised that more people in the united states and the united states media aren’t making a bigger deal out of this strange situation.
i know that the bush administration is beholden to the interests of the oil companies, but is that really what’s behind all of this weirdness?
sometimes i wish that musicians would stay out of politics. and then sometimes i think that they should run for office. maybe if he had good good people, moby would make an excellent politician.