Discussion in 'Asia' started by pete, Jun 14, 2009.
North Korea claims US could provoke nuclear war - Telegraph
North Korea has threatened the US so many times without following through on those threats, it is hard to take them seriously.
Really? could you identify those threats, The fact is the US never tested him.
Interesting how the rabid Obama haters seem to be actually supporting U.S. enemies now. Pathetic.
hillarious, maybe you should pile the straw a bit higher.
We have dealt with NK for decades and niether side has broken any new ground, both attempts by the parties failed.
But continue the fantasy, its comical.
If you think that N. Korea wouldn't want to play a role in a dirty bomb going off in a US city then your as sadly mistaken as Obama! ................ And you could replace them with Iran and be just as correct.
None of us are supporting the US' enemies, you two-dollar trash-whore.
Then try saying something smart about the issues, instead of constant smartASS remarks. You're responsible for your own reputation, not me, and the level of intellect I see is a 40-something going on nine.
The point being made - and it is a valid one, is that this new era of increased American standing in the international community was a farce - and remains one.
Those who believe America is less respected in the world are probably correct. Obama remains a likeable guy, but a weak leader.
If Israel moves to take out Iran's nuclear capabilities, and Obama appears indecisive in support of Israel, all bets are off around the world...
The U.S. has been talking with North Korea for the last 16 years and leading them to develop nuclear weapons and threatening everyone who impedes them with a nuclear war. I guess talking about it really works, huh? This approach with North Korea is the same approach we even used with Iraq pre-2003. Iraq had to abide by the rules in placed after the Persian Gulf war. Yet, they don't play by the rules, kick the weapons inspectors out, and expect us to not respond. We responded in Iraq. However, with North Korea, we are too late.
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