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Is North Korea a nuclear threat?   Asia

Started 6/13/18 by OSarge (DD214_98); 57753 views.
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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph) 

7/23/19

South Korea


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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph) 

7/25/19

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph 

8/6/19

Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:

North Korea fires at least two unidentified projectiles from the country's east coast, South Korea's military says.

So the US can travel 5000 miles with their weapons and threaten North Korea with annihilation, but North Korea may not even test its own weaponry off its own coast?

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph 

9/9/19

Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:

I have no idea why you think any of these five things are necessary.

I guess I always knew you didn't understand the purpose or function of a monarchy.

Loosely defined thus:

1) Know more people in the country than anyone else 2) Travel constantly for that purpose 3) Give up the right to express any personal political opinions whatsoever 4) Oversee the orderly handover of power from one elected leader to the next. 5) Only marry any (future) woman that all Koreans can approve

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph 

9/9/19

Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:

Actually that depends.  What if you just took out KJU? The truly brainwashed would want vengeance, obviously, but he is overweight and could simply die of a heart attack... His children are too young to take over, so that would depend on the generals.  Would they keep their power, or do what is best for their people? It would all depend on the character of the man left in charge.

Or maybe you think that murder of your opponents is good diplomacy.

It might be - but it clearly has terrible results when you decapitate a regime!

Vast chaos and suffering and, especially in recent years, we've been unable to impose any acceptable (to us) puppet leader as dictator.

Is that not what we've proved again from 18 years of smashing Afghanistan?

Have we learned nothing atall?

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph 

9/9/19

Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:

Sweden has a unique relationship with North Korea and is relied on by Western countries for help when they have problems with the hermit kingdom.

So why does Australia not deal with Korea as a sovereign nation, fully entitled to lock up foreigners suspected of spying?

And note that Korea has cooperated with such international pressure.

No such luck for Australians locked up here for journalism - you abandon them!

bml00

From: bml00 

9/10/19

The removal of KYU would open the door for the people to decide where they want to be in terms of unification , this regime like all tyranical dictatorships is solely centred upon the whims and notions of one man , remove him and the people will speak with no fear , it is unlikely the Army will step in as they will be rudderless as well and if the assasination took place at a time of great famine then even better as the Army is unlikely to fall upon its own people .

The Murder of JULIUS by Brutus and his associates is a prime example , prior to the murder they discussed what would be the results of their actions and they came to two conclusions - the people and the army would call for their arrest or the people and the army would raise them high as saviours , after the death of Julius when the Senate met the 3rd but unthought of event actually took place , nothing happened at all as nobody knew what to do ............

This would eventually see the rise of Augustus but this was to fill the void

BM

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph 

9/10/19

bml00 said:

The removal of KYU would open the door for the people to decide where they want to be in terms of unification

We know they want unification - but the US has been striving to overthrow the regime in chaos and suffering and they have their puppet regime totally under their control. Only massive blood-shed is acceptable.

Not many other places in the world any colonial power behaving so disgustingly, are there?

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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph) 

9/11/19

bml00 said:

after the death of Julius when the Senate met the 3rd but unthought of event actually took place , nothing happened at all as nobody knew what to do ...

They got used to the changing emperors soon enough, with detachable heads on their statues and reigns that lasted 21 days.

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10/3/19

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