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Message 1853573 - Posted: 6 Mar 2017, 21:49:45 UTC - in response to Message 1853560.  

Now even Russia starts to worry.
Kremlin says seriously worried about North Korea missile drills
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-northkorea-missiles-russia-idUSKBN16D0Z0

Now what?

Economical sanctions?
Don't think so.
Russia, as far I know, doesn't have any deep economical realationship with North Korea.
Military actions?
Don't think so.
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Message 1853579 - Posted: 6 Mar 2017, 22:01:21 UTC - in response to Message 1853574.  
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If Kim is a real danger to Millions of Innocents. With his Nuclear Weapons and Delivery Systems:

What is the alternative to Military Intervention?


I may be overly positive and optimistic about human nature, but I think problems can be solved before military action is necessary. How? The world needs some truly great diplomats.
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Message 1853583 - Posted: 6 Mar 2017, 22:16:33 UTC - in response to Message 1853581.  

If Kim is a real danger to Millions of Innocents. With his Nuclear Weapons and Delivery Systems:

What is the alternative to Military Intervention?


I may be overly positive and optimistic about human nature, but I think problems can be solved before military action is necessary. How? The world needs some truly great diplomats.

Another Munich type attempt? Trying to 'persuade' a Murdering, Enslaving, possibly Totally Psychotic, to do what?

As someone who has seen too much death. I do feel sick to my stomach, but understand what may have to happen.

Pray God we don't have to do this. But we may have to.


Yes, it's a tall order, but I don't think enough peaceful intervention has been done yet.
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Message 1853584 - Posted: 6 Mar 2017, 22:18:11 UTC - in response to Message 1853579.  

If Kim is a real danger to Millions of Innocents. With his Nuclear Weapons and Delivery Systems:
What is the alternative to Military Intervention?

I may be overly positive and optimistic about human nature, but I think problems can be solved before military action is necessary. How? The world needs some truly great diplomats.

Agree.
Remember the Cuba crisis in 60th?
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Message 1853588 - Posted: 6 Mar 2017, 22:30:54 UTC - in response to Message 1853579.  

I may be overly positive and optimistic about human nature, but I think problems can be solved before military action is necessary. How? The world needs some truly great diplomats.

Dennis Rodman - Trump's man in Pyongyang ?

You're right - but good diplomats play hell with military industrial interests. I second your proposal though :-)
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Message 1853595 - Posted: 6 Mar 2017, 22:51:54 UTC

North Korea–United States relations are hostile and have developed primarily during the Korean War, but in recent years have been largely defined by North Korea's five tests of nuclear weapons, its development of long-range missiles capable of striking targets thousands of miles away, and its ongoing threats to strike the United States and South Korea with nuclear weapons and conventional forces. During his presidency, George W. Bush referred to North Korea as part of "The Axis of evil" because of the threat of its nuclear capabilities
This is funny:)
As North Korea and the United States have no formal diplomatic relations, Sweden acts as the protecting power of United States interests in North Korea for consular matters.
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Message 1854196 - Posted: 9 Mar 2017, 23:16:12 UTC - in response to Message 1853779.  

North Korea bans Malaysians from leaving the country until Kim Jong Nam’s death is ‘properly solved’.

Sounds a lot like blackmail.

Cheers.

A deranged, psychotic, murdering and enslaving madman. In control of Nuclear Weapons and ICBM's?

Since China is against any defense against this madman.

http://wagww.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/mar/8/us-china-lock-horns-on-missile-defense-against-nko/

And ALL past 'Agreements' have been uses as toilet paper by Kim, and he will use any future 'Agreements' the same way. How can The World, without the Brute Force of The USA. Protect Innocent Millions from this Madman?


Brute force will only work if the US and China can agree to join forces other wise it's gona be 1952 all over again and possibly end up in ww3 this time

I wonder if a plane or chopper flew over his palace and sprayed that nerve gas they used on the brother will knock him off and all the other crony's in it or drop a small bomb filled with the stuff , surely the C.I.A or some other spy agency can knock him off and save us all from going to hell .
China mite protest publicly but it won't start a war with them as I'm shore they would be as relieved as we would be if he was removed by any means
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Message 1854209 - Posted: 9 Mar 2017, 23:56:48 UTC

Why not use such a thing as toilet paper for that of your food instead, since that is the intended meaning?
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Message 1854216 - Posted: 10 Mar 2017, 0:28:51 UTC - in response to Message 1854209.  

Why not use such a thing as toilet paper for that of your food instead, since that is the intended meaning?


Well I spose he still has to wipe his bum so that's not such a bad idea really send over a pallet of toilet paper soaked with the nerve gas as a jester of good faith , you never know he mite just accept it if it's the good stuff , nice and soft not the scratchy type :)
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Message 1854261 - Posted: 10 Mar 2017, 4:57:54 UTC - in response to Message 1854196.  

China mite protest publicly but it won't start a war with them as I'm shore they would be as relieved as we would be if he was removed by any means
First they have to send 10 million troops to the Yalu river to keep the filth out until they can build a tRump style wall. Then they would sink a few US ships for violating their territorial waters of the entire South China Sea. From there it gets ugly.
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Message 1854270 - Posted: 10 Mar 2017, 5:35:57 UTC - in response to Message 1854196.  
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surely the C.I.A or some other spy agency can knock him off and save us all from going to hell .
China mite protest publicly but it won't start a war with them as I'm I'm shore they would be as relieved as we would be if he was removed by any means

The money that flows through our military industrial complex and the Pentagon says they'd only go for that if they could be sure a war would follow. Our troops in Japan getting hit is what makes these guys get up in the morning. That'd be their blank check. A military deal between the US and China is not in their interests. A near miss from North Korea might not be enough either. Cynical I know but with Trump just having announced an injection of testosterone into defence chief butts (that are already over-invested in) it's my view that we're in deep sh*t and our soldiers in the region are seen as "expendable bait". Got to justify all those nuclear weapons we've amassed somehow. :-(
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Message 1854330 - Posted: 10 Mar 2017, 11:14:35 UTC - in response to Message 1854270.  

surely the C.I.A or some other spy agency can knock him off and save us all from going to hell .
China mite protest publicly but it won't start a war with them as I'm I'm shore they would be as relieved as we would be if he was removed by any means

The money that flows through our military industrial complex and the Pentagon says they'd only go for that if they could be sure a war would follow. Our troops in Japan getting hit is what makes these guys get up in the morning. That'd be their blank check. A military deal between the US and China is not in their interests. A near miss from North Korea might not be enough either. Cynical I know but with Trump just having announced an injection of testosterone into defence chief butts (that are already over-invested in) it's my view that we're in deep sh*t and our soldiers in the region are seen as "expendable bait". Got to justify all those nuclear weapons we've amassed somehow. :-(

Sadly that's so very true. :-)

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