Maybe Pyongyang wasn't watching the news when Bush laid down the gauntlet on WMDs. Once again, the message is twofold: 1) If you don't have WMDs and we don't like you, we attack you. 2) If you do have WMDs and we don't like you, we give you money. http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/afp/20031002/wl_afp/nkorea_nuclear_031002121158 North Korea (news - web sites) raised the stakes in the nuclear standoff, claiming it had produced enough weapons-grade plutonium for half-a-dozen atomic bombs and suggesting it was already building new weapons. Analysts said North Korea appeared to be raising the stakes in an effort to extract concessions from the United States, which would indicate that Pyongyang, despite its bluster, was preparing for a new round of six-party talks.