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North Korea and The Boy Who Cried Wolf

 
luckyophelia

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03/21/2013 09:50 AM
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North Korea and The Boy Who Cried Wolf
North Korea keeps talking and talking...some people are scared and some people are blowing it off as just more talk. Is America going to be caught with her pants down soon? Seems like NK is playing as good if not better mind games than our government here.
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03/21/2013 10:04 AM
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Re: North Korea and The Boy Who Cried Wolf
non-the-less these games, these situations, however unfortunate it is, create moments of opportunity for hidden governments. Those that reckon themselves controllers of the planet.
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luckyophelia (OP)

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03/21/2013 10:43 AM
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Re: North Korea and The Boy Who Cried Wolf
non-the-less these games, these situations, however unfortunate it is, create moments of opportunity for hidden governments. Those that reckon themselves controllers of the planet.
 Quoting: TastyThoughts


well said!!
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03/21/2013 11:28 AM
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it also creates confusion...get everyone thinking foggy and then its easy to slip in some bullshit law or start some bullshit war.
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03/27/2013 05:43 PM
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Re: North Korea and The Boy Who Cried Wolf
Maybe. But with the most recent events going on right now with North Korea, I think it's only a matter of time before things get real and war erupts once again.

The key player here isn't NK itself, but China. If North Korea can convince China to back it up, North Korea WILL invade the South.

What's in it for China? The Spratleys maybe. The other islands it's disputing with Japan. Think of North Korea as China's "mad dog." War erupts, China steps in, says it will convince North Korea to stand down and listen to reason --- IF the west acknowledges China's claims on the disputed islands.

North Korea has a crumbling military. It either acts NOW, or it faces the possibility of its regime falling within the decade just due to sheer atrophy. Its people are starving, its old generals want another war before they retire and leave the reins to Kim Jong-Un and his generation.
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03/27/2013 05:45 PM
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Re: North Korea and The Boy Who Cried Wolf
Maybe. But with the most recent events going on right now with North Korea, I think it's only a matter of time before things get real and war erupts once again.

The key player here isn't NK itself, but China. If North Korea can convince China to back it up, North Korea WILL invade the South.

What's in it for China? The Spratleys maybe. The other islands it's disputing with Japan. Think of North Korea as China's "mad dog." War erupts, China steps in, says it will convince North Korea to stand down and listen to reason --- IF the west acknowledges China's claims on the disputed islands.

North Korea has a crumbling military. It either acts NOW, or it faces the possibility of its regime falling within the decade just due to sheer atrophy. Its people are starving, its old generals want another war before they retire and leave the reins to Kim Jong-Un and his generation.
 Quoting: MatangLawin


Well said.

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