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dragonflare88
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North - South Korean War?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnew...ganda.html
http://time.com/4000048/obama-chinese-agents/

17.08.2015 18:45
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Not exactly news given that everyone and their dog heard about it

17.08.2015 18:48
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debauchery Wrote:
Not exactly news given that everyone and their dog heard about it


All the more reason to share.

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One of the worst regimes on earth is that of North Korea. The Peninsula will forever be divided & maintained as a buffer zone between China & the USA. It's one of the worst regimentation of human beings. The authorities are so fucking pathetic. I remember the experience of one Romanian journalist when he went there. All the pictures he took that weren't to the liking of the government official escorting him on his visits, were manually deleted by the official. When the journalist asked a few simple questions to the citizens, they were simply reluctant to answer ANYTHING; the delegated official had to pull the 'default' answers from their mouths & he took their names as well. Get this, people are not normally allowed to talk to foreigners.
You can see the short documentary here, by Adelin Petrisor; it's entitled, North Korea, nothing to envy.


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17.08.2015 19:48
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One of the worst regimes on earth is that of North Korea.

Have you seen their libraries? I'd consider moving to NK or Belarus if my welfare carried, though I'd still be plotting to convert the United States to HuangLao.

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17.08.2015 20:30
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Helsworth Wrote:
One of the worst regimes on earth is that of North Korea. The Peninsula will forever be divided & maintained as a buffer zone between China & the USA. It's one of the worst regimentation of human beings. The authorities are so fucking pathetic. I remember the experience of one Romanian journalist when he went there. All the pictures he took that weren't to the liking of the government official escorting him on his visits, were manually deleted by the official. When the journalist asked a few simple questions to the citizens, they were simply reluctant to answer ANYTHING; the delegated official had to pull the 'default' answers from their mouths & he took their names as well. Get this, people are not normally allowed to talk to foreigners.
You can see the short documentary here, by Adelin Petrisor; it's entitled, North Korea, nothing to envy.


It could have all been avoided if Douglas was allowed to use nukes against the Chinese. However, from a rational standpoint, I full heartedly think that would have led to world war three and millions dying or at least leaving a precedent for future nuclear use in wars.

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Washington bombed North Korea into oblivion, and the regime is still there. Washington is not helping the situation. The bombs in Laos are still there, killing the people of a state that minds it's own business. Bottom line, you've sided with a genocidal regime against historically peaceful regimes, and you yourself are genocidal. China is not out there bombing people, China preserves NK as a buffer state to guard from people like yourself. You're either really daft or you're evil.

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19.08.2015 06:11
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Come on, Trini, he didn't make any such insinuations. He simply stated that if the US won, the NK regime wouldn't exist. And he said that NOT nuking China was the rational thing to do.


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19.08.2015 10:32
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debauchery Wrote:
Washington bombed North Korea into oblivion, and the regime is still there. Washington is not helping the situation. The bombs in Laos are still there, killing the people of a state that minds it's own business. Bottom line, you've sided with a genocidal regime against historically peaceful regimes, and you yourself are genocidal. China is not out there bombing people, China preserves NK as a buffer state to guard from people like yourself. You're either really daft or you're evil.

Sorry I did not explain my self effectively. I was merely saying that the U.S. would have won if they used nukes; however, using nukes would have negative affects such as a possible WW3 or a precedent for other nuclear countries to use nuclear missiles in their wars.

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Sorry to disappoint you, but there isn't going to be any war between the Koreas. Nor are the North Korean people going to rise up to free themselves.Nor will their conditions improve

North Korea survives on brinkmanship. The core governing philosophy, called juche, isolates the country's economy from every other economy except China. The country produces no exports of any real value to anyone.

The leadership stays in power by relying on a very small circle to enforce its position. This allows them to loot the national treasury, carve it up into a small number of pieces, each of which makes a substantial bribe, and offer these bribes to the top military leaders, who in turn keep their Golden Goose on the throne.

Whenever that treasury runs close to low, they threaten war with South Korea, Japan or the United States. This inevitably leads to ransom money being sent to Pyongyang, which the Kim family gladly accepts.

To actually go to war, however, would be a disaster. The generals like the free money they get for doing not much of anything. Putting them to work will only piss them off, leading to regime change.

Each generation that ascends to the throne will experience a temporary period at both he beginning and end of their reign of political instability. They will have to locate the money,pay the bribes, find anyone else who knows how to get the money, and kill them before these other people who can access the money and use it to bribe their assassins. At the end of their careers,old age and infirmity will convince the generals their patron is going to die soon, and therefore won't be there to butter their toast for them much longer. They will begin looking for more money elsewhere. For this reason, a successor must be groomed (i.e., trained in getting money and who to bribe and how much) before old age takes its toll, but not too soon or too well, for fear the younger generation will remove the elder and replace him before nature takes its course.

The people of North Korea live in total misery, as no money that could be used to bribe a general will be wasted on public services of any kind. This same misery ensures they will never acquire the skills or tools or organization needed to free themselves. This is why reforms will never be implemented. If they ever are implemented, the Kim Dynasty will soon go extinct

20.08.2015 00:37
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