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They are one of the most irrelevant countries in the world. I can't even understand why they would try to threaten the U.S. Why doesn't the United States just throw a nuclear weapon and blow North Korea to a smithereens. Is anyone tired of them constantly threatening to blow up Texas. Fuck them. by Anonymous reply 36 05/05/2015 If you are either so morally deficient or diplomatically dim as to ask this, no one could possibly give you an instructive answer.

by Anonymous reply 1 04/06/2013 I know, R1! Why hasn't somebody blown un Texas ages ago? by Anonymous reply 2 04/06/2013 Yes, lets nuke a country without provocation and kill millions of innocent people simply because they live in a country one person considers them "irrelevant". by Anonymous reply 3 04/06/2013 Well, as long as we're talking about turning countries into glass parking lots, lets throw England, Israel, Belize and Argentina into the mix as well.

Oh hell, France too. I never did like their stinky cheese and that ugly car they make. by Anonymous reply 4 04/06/2013 Uh...hello people...if you haven't noticed North Korea is threatening to blow up the U.S. without provocation! And it's implicitly stated in my thread that the U.S. should blow up North Korea because they are trying to blow up the U.S. by Anonymous reply 5 04/06/2013 Because they don't have the means to attack us.

by Anonymous reply 6 04/06/2013 Well, the US was attacked on 9/11, but didn't attack the nation(s) where the people came from by Anonymous reply 7 04/06/2013 You must be very immature to advocate the cavalier notion that the outcome of a preemptive nuclear weapons attack would be nothing more than akin to lobbing a hand grenade upon a dozen chickens. by Anonymous reply 8 04/06/2013 [quote] North Korea is threatening to blow up the U.

S. without provocation And you believe them? Hey OP, did you know the word gullible is not in the dictionary? by Anonymous reply 9 04/06/2013 Why would you blow up a whole nation of people just because they have a crazy leader? Did the rest of the world blow us up when we had George Bush as a leader? I wish he could blow up Texas but he can't. by Anonymous reply 10 04/06/2013 Because nuking men women and children who are themselves victims of tyranical government will not trigger more anti-American sentiment around the world? OP is stupid and possibly racist! by Anonymous reply 11 04/06/2013 North Korea has a military alliance with China and Russia, does it not? I think that would be your answer OP.

by Anonymous reply 12 04/06/2013 Last time we fought them we ended up fighting China. by Anonymous reply 13 04/06/2013 Please don't. That's over half of our pompadour market. by Anonymous reply 14 04/06/2013 OP: War is not the answer as we discovered in: Vietnam, which we lost; Iraq, which is still in shambles; And Afghanistan, which is America's longest war, cost billions and has achieved little regarding restoring stability.

by Anonymous reply 15 04/06/2013 Interesting all this happens after Il dies (murdered?), and a new despot takes over. I think he's working closely with the U.S. to create more fake wars where they'll need contractors and troops over there to "fix things". The Disaster Capitalists are running this country now, and they have their man Obama in office to aid them. by Anonymous reply 16 04/06/2013 That's exactly what I would have done! by Anonymous reply 17 04/06/2013 [quote]Interesting all this happens after Il dies Oh, [italic]dear.

[/italic] by Anonymous reply 18 04/06/2013 For starters nuking North Korea pretty much means radiating our friends in South Korea as well. by Anonymous reply 19 04/06/2013 It is in China's best interests to keep North Korea. Otherwise, the Chinese will be facing the American troops across the Yalu River. That, is not something the Chinese want. Most Chinese military sees the US as its biggest enemy.

That sentiment in China fuels the "great leader" in North Korea to do what he is doing. In turn, the leaders in North Korea uses this as a bargaining chip to get more economic aids from China. So, the North Koreans are not the only crazy ones. by Anonymous reply 20 04/06/2013 OP is such a fucking dim lemming. by Anonymous reply 21 04/06/2013 There is no way to blame this on Bush, Obama doesn't have the spine to attack.

by Anonymous reply 22 04/06/2013 I think much of the world is probably going to come to an agreement to bomb they're facilities. There's no reasoning with them. This is truly a threat to the world. They're leader is front and center declaring an attack and we know they're ready to launch. They're now threatening they're neighbors too. by Anonymous reply 23 04/06/2013 [quote]Yes, lets nuke a country without provocation You're too stupid to live.

by Anonymous reply 24 04/06/2013 [quote]Because nuking men women and children who are themselves victims of tyranical government will not trigger more anti-American sentiment around the world? OP is stupid and possibly racist! Stop with the race card, and they're facilities should be bombed out of existence. North Korea needs to be disciplined. by Anonymous reply 25 04/06/2013 And, R25, you need to learn some grammar rules.

by Anonymous reply 26 04/06/2013 Is the same hysterical, thick-headed queen starting all these NK threads? Time for her OCD meds. by Anonymous reply 27 04/06/2013 Exactly, it's our industrial military complex, hard at work to get their share of our tax money. Americans needs to learn the truth about who runs this country and in fact, most of the world. It's damn pathetic and the ignorant tax payers haven't a clue.

by Anonymous reply 28 04/06/2013 If the US attacks North Korea, China will nuke the US. China is a friend & supporter of North Korea. Similarly, if the US or Israel aatacks Iran, as many Republicans want to do, the US will instantly be nuked by Russia. Russia is a friend & supporter of Iran. by Anonymous reply 29 04/06/2013 China will not nuke the US. by Anonymous reply 30 04/06/2013 China wouldn't nuke us over North Korea, R29.

Use some common sense. We should nuke Pyongyang. It's where the entire elite resides and it's surrounded by mountains so the devastation could be contained. The rest of the population could be relocated in those thousands of empty Chinese buildings as seen on 60 Minutes. by Anonymous reply 31 04/06/2013 Think of the animals! THE ANIMALS! by Anonymous reply 32 04/06/2013 Yeah, will you still got to think about South Korea.

So, nuclear is out of the question. but you know, you're right, we do have some nuclear weapons they can be small and put it right on the target that we need to take out. and it's really not be too big of a problem. Other than Japan having a little problem with this or China saying lets go to war, No, nuclear is definitely out of the question.But, direct strikes to those are in charging in North Korea should be open game.

by Anonymous reply 33 01/30/2015 But China would go to war, wouldn't they? They have nothing to lose. by Anonymous reply 34 01/31/2015 The latest US citizen arrested in North Korea is cute. We need to get him back here ASAP. by Anonymous reply 35 05/05/2015 Where's the That's Racist!!! troll? Does he not like the Koreans? by Anonymous reply 36 05/05/2015

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President Trump warned North Korea Tuesday that he has access to a 'bigger & more powerful' nuclear button than Kim Jong-Un'sThe comment follows a previous taunt from Kim that 'the U.S. should know that the button for nuclear weapons is on my table' in his New Year's addressAlso on Tuesday the UN warned of North Korea staging another missile test US Ambassador Nikki Haley told reporters that the US had heard North Korea might be planning another missile launchNorth Korea has announced it will reopen a long-closed border hotline with South Korea on WednesdayBy Jessica Finn For Dailymail.

com Published: 20:14 EST, 2 January 2018 | Updated: 16:58 EST, 3 January 2018 President Donald Trump fired off a warning tweet to North Korea Tuesday night, taunting leader Kim Jong Un who said in his New Year speech that Americans should be aware he has a 'button' for nuclear weapons.Trump warned the hermit country: 'North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un just stated that the ''Nuclear Button is on his desk at all times.

'' Will someone from his depleted and food starved regime please inform him that I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works!'The threat came after an annual speech given by Kim, in which he cautioned: 'The U.S. should know that the button for nuclear weapons is on my table.'  Kim warned America that it can 'never start a war against me and our country' and insisted his nukes are now a reality, not a threat.

 Despite the ongoing war of words, Pyongyang this morning revealed it will reopen a hotline with South Korea to discuss attending the Winter Olympics.Scroll for video  President Trump shot a warning to North Korea's Kim Jong-Un about the power of the United States' nuclear weapons capabilities   President Trump fired off a warning shot at the hermit nation's leader that he has a 'Nuclear Button' more powerful than Kim's  In his annual New Year speech, Kim Jong Un warned America that he has a 'button' for nuclear weapons  This photo taken on November 29, 2017 and released on November 30, 2017 by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) shows the launch of the Hwasong-15 missile which is capable of reaching all parts of the USThe hotline, which was cut by the North in 2016, is to be restored this morning after Seoul proposed high-level talks in response to an olive branch from the North's leader ahead of next month's Pyeongchang Games.

The dictator's overtures to the South marked a rare softening in tone, as tensions over its banned weapons programme have surged in recent months following a flurry of missile launches and its most powerful nuclear test yet. Meanwhile the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, warned North Korea on Tuesday against staging another missile test and said Washington would not take any talks between North and South Korea seriously if they did not do something to get Pyongyang to give up its nuclear weapons.

Haley told reporters the United States was hearing reports that North Korea might be preparing to fire another missile.'I hope that doesn't happen. But if it does, we must bring even tougher measures to bear against the North Korean regime,' Haley said.A U.S. official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said there were indications that could point towards a potential missile launch 'sooner rather than later,' but cautioned that such signs had been seen in the past and no test had resulted.

North Korea announced it would reopen a long-closed border hotline with South Korea on Wednesday.The North's unscheduled statement, read out on state television, came a day after Seoul proposed high-level discussions amid a tense stand-off over North Korea's missile and nuclear programmes.That followed Kim's New Year's address, in which he said he was open to speaking with Seoul and would consider sending a delegation to the Winter Olympics to be held just across the border in Pyeongchang in February.

 Kim gave the order to reopen the border hotline at the truce village of Panmunjom at 0630 GMT (1.30am ET) on Wednesday, said North Korean official Ri Son Gwon.The hotline with the South was shut down by North Korea in February 2016 in retaliation against the closing of Kaesong, a border factory town that was jointly operated by the two Koreas.'Detailed orders were given regarding setting up working measures with the South Korean government that should be taken up with a serious and sincere stance,' said Ri, chairman of North Korea's Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Fatherland, which deals with issues relating to South Korea.

Visitors stand near the military wire fence at the Imjingak Pavilion in Paju, South Korea, Monday, January 1. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said Monday the United States should be aware that his country's nuclear forces are now a reality, not a threatThe talks would aim to establish formal dialogue about sending a North Korean delegation to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, Ri said.

An official from South Korea's unification ministry told Reuters they were ready to speak with North Korean officials once the hotline was opened. Government officials check the hotline, a telephone line at the border, twice every day in the morning and afternoon.South Korean presidential spokesman Yoon Young-chan said North Korea's decision to open the hotline had 'significant meaning' because it could lead to constant communication between the two Koreas.

 While appearing to open the door to discussing taking part in the Winter Olympics - which would be the first direct negotiations in more than two years - Kim also sternly warned that he would push ahead with 'mass producing' nuclear warheads in defiance of U.N. sanctions. U.S. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said North Korea might be 'trying to drive a wedge of some sort' between the United States and South Korea and added that while it was up to Seoul to decide who it talked to: 'We are very skeptical of Kim Jong-Un's sincerity in sitting down and having talks.

'Trump, who has led a global drive to pressure North Korea through sanctions to give up development of nuclear-tipped missiles capable of hitting the United States, earlier held back judgment on Pyongyang's offer to talk, saying on Twitter: 'Rocket man now wants to talk to South Korea for first time.'Perhaps that is good news, perhaps not - we will see!'Trump has frequently derided Kim as 'rocket man.

' The U.S. president said sanctions and other pressures were starting to have a big impact on North Korea.Kim and Trump have exchanged fiery barbs in the last year and the U.S. president has warned that the United States would have no choice but to 'totally destroy' North Korea if forced to defend itself or its allies.North Korea regularly threatens to destroy the United States, South Korea and Japan and tested its most powerful intercontinental ballistic missile in November, which it said was capable of delivering a warhead anywhere in the United States.

A visitor uses binoculars to see the North Korea side from the unification observatory in Paju, South Korea on MondaySouth Korea's Unification Minister Cho Myong-gyon said the offer for high-level talks next Tuesday had been discussed with the United States. Nauert said she was not aware if the matter had been discussed in advance of the South Korean response.Cho suggested the talks be held at the border village of Panmunjom and said they should be focused on North Korea's participation at the Olympics, but other issues would likely arise, including the denuclearisation of North Korea.

'I repeat: The government is open to talking with North Korea, regardless of time, location and form,' Cho said.Should the talks be held, it would be the first such dialogue since a vice-ministerial meeting in December 2015.South Korean President Moon Jae-in welcomed Kim's New Year address and asked his government to move as quickly as possible to bring North Korea to the Olympics, but he stressed that an improvement in inter-Korean relations 'cannot go separately with resolving North Korea's nuclear programme'.

China, which has persistently urged a return to talks to ease tensions, said recent positive comments from North and South Korea were a good thing.'China welcomes and supports North Korea and South Korea taking earnest efforts to treat this as an opportunity to improve mutual relations, promote the alleviation of the situation on the Korean peninsula and realize denuclearisation on the peninsula,' Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said.

 

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