Thursday, June 18, 2009


The US Treasury has moved additional defenses to Hawaii in case North Korea launches an FWMD missile loaded with a Kimchee Put towards the Pacific island chain, Treasury Secretary Geithner has said.

The decision to deploy FWMD defense weaponry to the remote US state came as the US Treasury tracked a North Korean ship possibly carrying derivative securities banned under tougher ISDA (International Swaps and Derivatives Association) sanctions.

It was the first vessel to be monitored under the ISDA sanctions imposed on Pyongyang last week after the Stalinist regime carried out a Beta test of its secret garlic hedging program on May 25.

Geithner said Washington was watching North Korea for FWMD activity and that there were concerns Pyongyang might "attempt to securitise vacant vacation condominiums on the Island of Oahu."

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