North Korea should change

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    Hwang, the former secretary of the communist party of NK, defected to South Korea in April, 1997.

    He was the creator of the Juche ideology and held the highest position in the North Korean political circle. Yet he left North Korea and has been blaming the country till now.

    He visited US, Japan and told the people that the North Korean regime starved 3million to death.This is why North Korea sent assassins to shut Hwang up.
    These elite special force agents entered South Korea on April 20th disguised as North Korean defectors.North Korean was known for consistently sending assassins to kill Hwang.

    I guess North Korea was afraid of Hwang telling the world the truth about North Korea.Thousands of people are still trying to escape from North Korea and go to other places to survive. The defectors all say the North Korean regime oppresses people.

    This is the reason why the international community doesn't trust North Korea and South Korea is unwilling to fully commit to helping its brethren country. North Korea should change.
     
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    Of course North Korea should change.

    But they are not going to until they get a kemche cabbage whooping. That much is clear now after 50 years of absolute tyranny sponsored by China.

    That is just the way it is.

    This should make any free person appreciate the veterans of the "forgotten war", those who risked their lives and died so that South Korea could be a free, prosperous nation rather than the toy of the tyrant Kim Jung Mentally Il.
     
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    North Korea will change and change soon

    Once Kim Jung Il is gone there will be a coup or a revolution.

    China and Russia don't want to be their sugar daddies anymore. They will collapse under their own mismanagement
     
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    Shit like this doesn't help them

    South Korean minister: Torpedo likely sank warship - USATODAY.com

    SEOUL (AP) — An explosion from a torpedo likely sank a South Korean warship that went down near the tense border with North Korea last month, the South's defense minister said Sunday amid growing speculation Pyongyang may be behind the blast.
    Defense Minister Kim Tae-young said the most likely cause of the disaster was a torpedo exploding near the ship, with the force of the underwater blast ripping the vessel apart. Investigators who examined salvaged wreckage separately announced Sunday that a close-range, external explosion likely sank it.

    "Basically, I think the bubble jet effect caused by a heavy torpedo is the most likely" cause for the blast, Kim told reporters.

    Kim, however, did not speculate on who may have fired it and said an investigation was ongoing and it's still too early to determine the cause.

    Seoul has not directly blamed North Korea for the blast, and Pyongyang has denied its involvement, but suspicion remains given the country's history of provocation and attacks on the South. Local media have increasingly been speculating the disaster was due to a North Korean attack.
     
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    The real dangers that exist are that the North believes their own press, and they have nukes.

    And the south is too concentratded in Soeul. I think there are 12 million in that city in a really small space.

    Dear Leader is just stupid enough to try something.

    And the fact 0bama is such a sh1t makes it much more likely.

    I think the best thing for South Korea right now would be to expel the US military, because of the commander in Chief. I think the ROK military is good enough now they can take care of the problem on their own. Dear Leader now has 50,000 hostages. Bad all around
     
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    The ROK still provides the manpower...we provide the technology

    If the North were to ever attempt anything they would be destroyed by the South. The North lacks the economy to conduct and sustain a major war
     
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    Granny says, "Dat's right - China needs to be told if dey won't reign in Fatboy, Trump will...
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    Well the US should change too, isn't it up to the people of North Korea to change themselves?
     
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