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North Korea does not want war, world does not want regime change: U.N.

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8 minutes ago, ilostmypassword said:

We've seen how well waging war in the name of regime change has worked in recent past.

It couldn't possibly be because the leadership of the regime-change efforts were incompetent, could it? 

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I think this is a war of words ... if NK would be seriously attacked by the US , they would fire a few rockets , of course , but the majority of this country's population is starving and not willing to die for Kim Yong , I guess . They would just throw their weapons away and surrender or run away ...

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17 minutes ago, nobodysfriend said:

I think this is a war of words ... if NK would be seriously attacked by the US , they would fire a few rockets , of course , but the majority of this country's population is starving and not willing to die for Kim Yong , I guess . They would just throw their weapons away and surrender or run away ...

You think the "majority" of DPRK's population is simultaneously starving and armed?

 

I don't believe anyone is greatly concerned about the DPRK's "majority" other than how many would be tragic, collateral damage (as if they aren't already by just living under a totalitarian regime).

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3 hours ago, tonray said:

Don't worry....Ivanka will talk him out of it !

Ha ha that too ,but i dont think its up to donald anymore. The wheel is in motion ,the world is ready so all it will take is kim crossing the line he is about to cross.

If he does what he threatens to do.

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4 hours ago, quadperfect said:

I think he wants a nuclear war. He is acting like a idiot and the world agrees.

I'm not so sure he wants to be involved in a nuclear war, but I do believe he is showing the rest of the world he has the capability. Think of the potential customers KJU has for both his device and delivery systems. May be an even better way to get back at the West and stay officially uninvolved.

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Yeah, but. . .

 

Of course the world wants regime change in North Korea. To say other wise is an obvious lie - as it is to pretend that cranking up UN sanctions is not a strategy specifically aimed at achieving this objective.

 

(Thinks: Why does anybody continue to take the UN and its parrot cage of talking heads seriously?)

 

Trump is in a bind because the CIA looks incapable of inciting the kind of peasants revolt in the Democratic Republic which brought us the Arab Spring and an ongoing hot season of political climate change across North Africa and the Middle East. 

 

Flashing the nuclear bulge in his pants is starting to look like the only way blondie Trump can save his immense ego from deflation by his brunette North Korean altar ego.

 

Hang on to your toupees.

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35 minutes ago, Krataiboy said:

Yeah, but. . .

 

Of course the world wants regime change in North Korea. To say other wise is an obvious lie - as it is to pretend that cranking up UN sanctions is not a strategy specifically aimed at achieving this objective.

 

(Thinks: Why does anybody continue to take the UN and its parrot cage of talking heads seriously?)

 

Trump is in a bind because the CIA looks incapable of inciting the kind of peasants revolt in the Democratic Republic which brought us the Arab Spring and an ongoing hot season of political climate change across North Africa and the Middle East. 

 

Flashing the nuclear bulge in his pants is starting to look like the only way blondie Trump can save his immense ego from deflation by his brunette North Korean altar ego.

 

Hang on to your toupees.

Few here are saying the world wants regime change except you.  It's not a lie, you seem to like to go against the grain with stuff like this. LOL

 

The CIA?  Jeez....and how did we get to the Arab Spring from here?  A bit off topic.  Again.

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2 minutes ago, toddsaed said:

no historical context, journalism gives partial truths,  comments worse

Pretty short comment. LOL

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

No one is talking about regime change

 

4 hours ago, craigt3365 said:

Most attempts at regime change were done during the cold war.  Russia was on the other side doing the exact same thing.  So probably not good examples, and many were decades ago.

 

Regime change is a tough one.  Successful ones might be Kuwait and Panama?  As Max states, NK would be a prime example of one where it's needed.  How to make it successful is tough.

If somehow North Korea could become a semi-autonomous state of China, regime change might work. Neither China nor Russia will agree to a unified democratic Korean Republic.

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11 minutes ago, Srikcir said:

 

If somehow North Korea could become a semi-autonomous state of China, regime change might work. Neither China nor Russia will agree to a unified democratic Korean Republic.

And therein lies the problem with regime change.  Politics get in the way of what's the right thing to do.  Unite Korea.  Just like Germany.  IMHO!

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8 hours ago, darksidedog said:

I hope she is correct in her assessment, though I suspect the fat man will be ready to see his country annihilated before he will back down. Very difficult to see a good solution to this.

Which fat man? :-) 

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4 hours ago, quadperfect said:

Ha ha that too ,but i dont think its up to donald anymore. The wheel is in motion ,the world is ready so all it will take is kim crossing the line he is about to cross.

If he does what he threatens to do.

I honestly believe 45 is waiting for Mueller's investigation to start criminal proceedings against members of his (45) regime then 45 will start a war/declare national emergency etc. 

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4 hours ago, quadperfect said:

Ha ha that too ,but i dont think its up to donald anymore. The wheel is in motion ,the world is ready so all it will take is kim crossing the line he is about to cross.

If he does what he threatens to do.

Which is?

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He not want war yet. His bombs are not ready 

When they are he will launch because his mentally gone. Nth Korea must accept a removal plan of nuclear weapons or be wiped out. There to big a risk

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