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English Language

English Language Test, from Thin Ice Peace Poems, by Pat Arrowsmith 5.11.81

Q: What is English for “Peacekeeping”? A: fighting.

Q: What is English for “arm limitations”? A: Weapons development.

Q: What is English for “take out”? A: Raze to the ground.

Q: What is English for “nuclear capability”? A: Schemed extinction.

Q: What is English for “deterrence”? A: Killing everyone first.

Q: What is English for “device”? A: Means of extermination.

Q: What is English for “posture”? A: Missiles-at-the-ready.

Q: What is English for “family”? A: Ultimate mutual destruction.

Q: What is English for “nuclear balance”? A: Preparing for war.

Q: What is English for “deployment”? A: Planned annihilation.

Q: What is English for “acceptable level”? A: Lethal dose.

Q: What is English for “generation”? A: Overkill bomb after bomb.

Q: What is English for “theatre”? A: Battlefield.

Q: What is English for “tactical weapons”? A: Decimating explosions.

Q: What is English for “flexible response”? A: Naked aggression.

Q: What is English for “miscalculation”? A: Ending the world by mistake.

Q: What is English for “Peacekeeper”? A: Weapon of mass destruction.

Q: What is English for “multilateralism”? A: Continuing the arms race.

Q: What is English for “fall-out shelter”? A: Tomb for the privileged.

Q: What is English for “first strike”? A: Slaughter of the millions in peacetime.

Q: What is English for “threshold”? A: Brink.

Q: What is English for “collateral damage”? A: Casual carnage.

Q: What is English for “defence”? A: Attack.

Q: What is English for “victory”? A: Obliteration.

Q: What is English for “target”? A: You and me.

Q: What is English for “enemy”? A: People like us.

Q: What is English for “peace”? A: War.

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