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Why is N.korea saber rattling differant from usual?

 
2pacalypse
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Why is N.korea saber rattling differant from usual?
I know the nuke test was pretty serious but didn't the north do the same threats of war while they launched the missile in April?
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05/27/2009 09:14 PM
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Re: Why is N.korea saber rattling differant from usual?
it's all pretty much the same bullshit.

except Kim stating they have withdrawn from the armistince

not to mention the nuke was at least 30 kiloton(tiny compared to stuff we have) But if used in Seoul it would be devastating since the population is so packed together. Imagine if a 13 kt nuke was set off in NYC, it would be a nightmare, a million dead at least. It doesn't take alot

plus they have shown more missle tech this week on top of the nuke test.

they are still 50 years behind us though
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Re: Why is N.korea saber rattling differant from usual?
I know the nuke test was pretty serious but didn't the north do the same threats of war while they launched the missile in April?
 Quoting: 2pacalypse 689230

Umm, they nullified a more than half-century old armistice that ended the bloodshed of the Korean War. That sounds pretty serious in my opinion.
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Re: Why is N.korea saber rattling differant from usual?
I know the nuke test was pretty serious but didn't the north do the same threats of war while they launched the missile in April?

Umm, they nullified a more than half-century old armistice that ended the bloodshed of the Korean War. That sounds pretty serious in my opinion.
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Didn't they do something like that during the "missile test" in April?
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05/27/2009 09:31 PM
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Re: Why is N.korea saber rattling differant from usual?
the rfe oil is online.. longterm ,the oil gangsters are going down and will take communism,zionism, and jihad along with them..they can't do anything but jump in after it starts or let the smoke clear and become a part of the postapocolyptic new world of capitalist democracy...their leaders being russia, alaska, and china.. the nort5h pacific rim circle
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05/27/2009 09:33 PM
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Re: Why is N.korea saber rattling differant from usual?
If you ignore them, odds are the temper tantrums stop.
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05/27/2009 09:34 PM
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Re: Why is N.korea saber rattling differant from usual?
Not the same this time. A lot more shit all at once. Plus, dissolving the armistice basically means they just declared war on South Korea.
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Re: Why is N.korea saber rattling differant from usual?
Oh, and one more thing, their dear leader may have a Hitler complex. He knows he's going to die in the next few years and he may decide to take all of his people with him.
When the Lamb opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature say, "Come!" I looked, and there before me was a black horse! Its rider was holding a pair of scales in his hand.

Then I heard what sounded like a voice among the four living creatures, saying, "A quart of wheat for a day's wages, and three quarts of barley for a day's wages, and do not damage the oil and the wine!"


-Revelation 6:5, 6:6
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Re: Why is N.korea saber rattling differant from usual?
I know the nuke test was pretty serious but didn't the north do the same threats of war while they launched the missile in April?

Umm, they nullified a more than half-century old armistice that ended the bloodshed of the Korean War. That sounds pretty serious in my opinion.



Didn't they do something like that during the "missile test" in April?
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NO. The Korean War armistice effectively "ENDED" the Korean War in 1953. The Korean War armistice NO LONGER EXISTS according to North Korea.

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