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Kim Promises Revenge On Tough Sanctions!!! [Atheism To Blame]
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viva padrepio
2017-08-07 13:54:27 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table. :-D

-- www.foxnews.com
Tim
2017-08-07 14:10:58 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table. :-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Viva Pedophile: "My priest is in no hurry to take his dick out of my arse, and neither am I. I'm lovin' it!!!"

:-O
viva padrepio
2017-08-08 00:17:28 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table. :-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Viva Pedophile: "My priest is in no hurry to take his dick out of my arse, and neither am I. I'm lovin' it!!!"
:-O
Tim: "Just learned, Mike Hunt is a communist!" :-/
Tim
2017-08-08 08:47:19 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table. :-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Viva Pedophile: "My priest is in no hurry to take his dick out of my arse, and neither am I. I'm lovin' it!!!"
:-O
Tim: "Just learned, Mike Hunt is a communist!" :-/
Viva Pedophile: "My arse hole is liberal, very liberal!!!" :-O
a322x1n
2017-08-07 15:08:25 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
viva padrepio
2017-08-08 00:16:30 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the atomic and hydrogen bombs.
a322x1n
2017-08-08 01:06:36 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Alex W.
2017-08-08 01:29:47 UTC
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Post by viva padrepio
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Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove Kim
himself and his entire top level of government and the military, but we
cannot possibly take out the next level down. North Korea has a huge
military which has spent decades preparing for war. It is a certainty
that they would have procedures in place for just such an eventuality,
so we would also have to be absolutely certain that we could neutralise
every single missile launching site in the country.

And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that would
leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the commanders of
the artillery dug into the mountains facing South Korea to survive and
order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul. The consequences would be
catastrophic, not just for South Korea but for the rest of the world.

Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear arsenal and
all the forces that directly threaten the neighbouring nations
(including the submarines) ... this would still leave us with the
headache of having to invade and occupy the place. China does have the
manpower to do so -- but would we really want China to extend its
borders or establish a client state? South Korea cannot do so on their
own. That leaves the US and other allied nations. How keen are we to
do so? How much money are we willing and able to stump up on this?
Before you answer, consider that including the reserves, the North
Korean armed fores are the single largest military institution in the
world....
a322x1n
2017-08-08 01:34:56 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove Kim
himself and his entire top level of government and the military, but
we cannot possibly take out the next level down. North Korea has a
huge military which has spent decades preparing for war. It is a
certainty that they would have procedures in place for just such an
eventuality, so we would also have to be absolutely certain that we
could neutralise every single missile launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that would
leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the commanders
of the artillery dug into the mountains facing South Korea to survive
and order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul. The consequences
would be catastrophic, not just for South Korea but for the rest of
the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear arsenal
and all the forces that directly threaten the neighbouring nations
(including the submarines) ... this would still leave us with the
headache of having to invade and occupy the place. China does have
the manpower to do so -- but would we really want China to extend its
borders or establish a client state? South Korea cannot do so on
their own. That leaves the US and other allied nations. How keen are
we to do so? How much money are we willing and able to stump up on
this? Before you answer, consider that including the reserves, the
North Korean armed fores are the single largest military institution
in the world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't progressed
much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and recon systems give
us an advantage. Still, North Korea does have the advantage of first
strike and the surprise that comes with that. It'd be a super bloody
war! I hope to High Heaven Kim hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
Yap Honghor
2017-08-08 01:59:58 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove Kim
himself and his entire top level of government and the military, but
we cannot possibly take out the next level down. North Korea has a
huge military which has spent decades preparing for war. It is a
certainty that they would have procedures in place for just such an
eventuality, so we would also have to be absolutely certain that we
could neutralise every single missile launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that would
leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the commanders
of the artillery dug into the mountains facing South Korea to survive
and order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul. The consequences
would be catastrophic, not just for South Korea but for the rest of
the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear arsenal
and all the forces that directly threaten the neighbouring nations
(including the submarines) ... this would still leave us with the
headache of having to invade and occupy the place. China does have
the manpower to do so -- but would we really want China to extend its
borders or establish a client state? South Korea cannot do so on
their own. That leaves the US and other allied nations. How keen are
we to do so? How much money are we willing and able to stump up on
this? Before you answer, consider that including the reserves, the
North Korean armed fores are the single largest military institution
in the world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't progressed
much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and recon systems give
us an advantage. Still, North Korea does have the advantage of first
strike and the surprise that comes with that. It'd be a super bloody
war! I hope to High Heaven Kim hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
As a small country, atomic bombs are just to keep invaders away from your shore.
But, as a weapon, NK cannot harm US much with a few atomic while itself will face with total destruction from retaliation. I believe Kim knows it too.
v***@gmail.com
2017-08-08 06:38:18 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove Kim
himself and his entire top level of government and the military, but
we cannot possibly take out the next level down. North Korea has a
huge military which has spent decades preparing for war. It is a
certainty that they would have procedures in place for just such an
eventuality, so we would also have to be absolutely certain that we
could neutralise every single missile launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that would
leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the commanders
of the artillery dug into the mountains facing South Korea to survive
and order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul. The consequences
would be catastrophic, not just for South Korea but for the rest of
the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear arsenal
and all the forces that directly threaten the neighbouring nations
(including the submarines) ... this would still leave us with the
headache of having to invade and occupy the place. China does have
the manpower to do so -- but would we really want China to extend its
borders or establish a client state? South Korea cannot do so on
their own. That leaves the US and other allied nations. How keen are
we to do so? How much money are we willing and able to stump up on
this? Before you answer, consider that including the reserves, the
North Korean armed fores are the single largest military institution
in the world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't progressed
much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and recon systems give
us an advantage. Still, North Korea does have the advantage of first
strike and the surprise that comes with that. It'd be a super bloody
war! I hope to High Heaven Kim hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
As a small country, atomic bombs are just to keep invaders away from your shore.
But, as a weapon, NK cannot harm US much with a few atomic while itself will face with total destruction from retaliation. I believe Kim knows it too.
WHAT FUCKING LANGUAGE IS THAT???????????????????????
Yap Honghor
2017-08-08 07:10:16 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove Kim
himself and his entire top level of government and the military, but
we cannot possibly take out the next level down. North Korea has a
huge military which has spent decades preparing for war. It is a
certainty that they would have procedures in place for just such an
eventuality, so we would also have to be absolutely certain that we
could neutralise every single missile launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that would
leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the commanders
of the artillery dug into the mountains facing South Korea to survive
and order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul. The consequences
would be catastrophic, not just for South Korea but for the rest of
the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear arsenal
and all the forces that directly threaten the neighbouring nations
(including the submarines) ... this would still leave us with the
headache of having to invade and occupy the place. China does have
the manpower to do so -- but would we really want China to extend its
borders or establish a client state? South Korea cannot do so on
their own. That leaves the US and other allied nations. How keen are
we to do so? How much money are we willing and able to stump up on
this? Before you answer, consider that including the reserves, the
North Korean armed fores are the single largest military institution
in the world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't progressed
much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and recon systems give
us an advantage. Still, North Korea does have the advantage of first
strike and the surprise that comes with that. It'd be a super bloody
war! I hope to High Heaven Kim hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
As a small country, atomic bombs are just to keep invaders away from your shore.
But, as a weapon, NK cannot harm US much with a few atomic while itself will face with total destruction from retaliation. I believe Kim knows it too.
WHAT FUCKING LANGUAGE IS THAT???????????????????????
You aren't bright to understand?
NK is a small nation which can be destroyed in an atomic war. On the other hand US taking a few hits without being hurt too much. That is simple maths.

Is this better?
Tim
2017-08-08 08:48:24 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove Kim
himself and his entire top level of government and the military, but
we cannot possibly take out the next level down. North Korea has a
huge military which has spent decades preparing for war. It is a
certainty that they would have procedures in place for just such an
eventuality, so we would also have to be absolutely certain that we
could neutralise every single missile launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that would
leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the commanders
of the artillery dug into the mountains facing South Korea to survive
and order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul. The consequences
would be catastrophic, not just for South Korea but for the rest of
the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear arsenal
and all the forces that directly threaten the neighbouring nations
(including the submarines) ... this would still leave us with the
headache of having to invade and occupy the place. China does have
the manpower to do so -- but would we really want China to extend its
borders or establish a client state? South Korea cannot do so on
their own. That leaves the US and other allied nations. How keen are
we to do so? How much money are we willing and able to stump up on
this? Before you answer, consider that including the reserves, the
North Korean armed fores are the single largest military institution
in the world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't progressed
much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and recon systems give
us an advantage. Still, North Korea does have the advantage of first
strike and the surprise that comes with that. It'd be a super bloody
war! I hope to High Heaven Kim hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
As a small country, atomic bombs are just to keep invaders away from your shore.
But, as a weapon, NK cannot harm US much with a few atomic while itself will face with total destruction from retaliation. I believe Kim knows it too.
WHAT FUCKING LANGUAGE IS THAT???????????????????????
One that doesn't use all capitals, you stupid cunt.
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2017-08-09 04:33:16 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining
table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove Kim
himself and his entire top level of government and the military, but
we cannot possibly take out the next level down. North Korea has a
huge military which has spent decades preparing for war. It is a
certainty that they would have procedures in place for just such an
eventuality, so we would also have to be absolutely certain that we
could neutralise every single missile launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that would
leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the commanders
of the artillery dug into the mountains facing South Korea to survive
and order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul. The consequences
would be catastrophic, not just for South Korea but for the rest of
the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear arsenal
and all the forces that directly threaten the neighbouring nations
(including the submarines) ... this would still leave us with the
headache of having to invade and occupy the place. China does have
the manpower to do so -- but would we really want China to extend its
borders or establish a client state? South Korea cannot do so on
their own. That leaves the US and other allied nations. How keen are
we to do so? How much money are we willing and able to stump up on
this? Before you answer, consider that including the reserves, the
North Korean armed fores are the single largest military institution
in the world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't progressed
much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and recon systems give
us an advantage. Still, North Korea does have the advantage of first
strike and the surprise that comes with that. It'd be a super bloody
war! I hope to High Heaven Kim hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
As a small country, atomic bombs are just to keep invaders away from your shore.
But, as a weapon, NK cannot harm US much with a few atomic while itself will face with total destruction from retaliation. I believe Kim knows it too.
WHAT FUCKING LANGUAGE IS THAT???????????????????????
One that doesn't use all capitals, you stupid cunt.
There are no capitals in English? That's another lie.
Tim
2017-08-09 05:40:44 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining
table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.kk
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove Kim
himself and his entire top level of government and the military, but
we cannot possibly take out the next level down. North Korea has a
huge military which has spent decades preparing for war. It is a
certainty that they would have procedures in place for just such an
eventuality, so we would also have to be absolutely certain that we
could neutralise every single missile launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that would
leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the commanders
of the artillery dug into the mountains facing South Korea to survive
and order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul. The consequences
would be catastrophic, not just for South Korea but for the rest of
the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear arsenal
and all the forces that directly threaten the neighbouring nations
(including the submarines) ... this would still leave us with the
headache of having to invade and occupy the place. China does have
the manpower to do so -- but would we really want China to extend its
borders or establish a client state? South Korea cannot do so on
their own. That leaves the US and other allied nations. How keen are
we to do so? How much money are we willing and able to stump up on
this? Before you answer, consider that including the reserves, the
North Korean armed fores are the single largest military institution
in the world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't progressed
much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and recon systems give
us an advantage. Still, North Korea does have the advantage of first
strike and the surprise that comes with that. It'd be a super bloody
war! I hope to High Heaven Kim hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
As a small country, atomic bombs are just to keep invaders away from your shore.
But, as a weapon, NK cannot harm US much with a few atomic while itself will face with total destruction from retaliation. I believe Kim knows it too.
WHAT FUCKING LANGUAGE IS THAT???????????????????????
One that doesn't use all capitals, you stupid cunt.
There are no capitals in English? That's another lie.
Who said that, you dumb cunt?
Siri Cruise
2017-08-09 07:24:30 UTC
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There are no capitals in English? That's another lie.
Of course. London.
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Malcolm McMahon
2017-08-09 12:20:44 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove Kim
himself and his entire top level of government and the military, but
we cannot possibly take out the next level down. North Korea has a
huge military which has spent decades preparing for war. It is a
certainty that they would have procedures in place for just such an
eventuality, so we would also have to be absolutely certain that we
could neutralise every single missile launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that would
leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the commanders
of the artillery dug into the mountains facing South Korea to survive
and order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul. The consequences
would be catastrophic, not just for South Korea but for the rest of
the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear arsenal
and all the forces that directly threaten the neighbouring nations
(including the submarines) ... this would still leave us with the
headache of having to invade and occupy the place. China does have
the manpower to do so -- but would we really want China to extend its
borders or establish a client state? South Korea cannot do so on
their own. That leaves the US and other allied nations. How keen are
we to do so? How much money are we willing and able to stump up on
this? Before you answer, consider that including the reserves, the
North Korean armed fores are the single largest military institution
in the world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't progressed
much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and recon systems give
us an advantage. Still, North Korea does have the advantage of first
strike and the surprise that comes with that. It'd be a super bloody
war! I hope to High Heaven Kim hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
As a small country, atomic bombs are just to keep invaders away from your shore.
But, as a weapon, NK cannot harm US much with a few atomic while itself will face with total destruction from retaliation. I believe Kim knows it too.
Let's suppose NK does do something serious, like a missile attack on Guam. The US _still_ can't nuke the place, because of the damage that would result in China and South Korea. This is true even in the face of a direct attack on the USA itself.

And, remember, Reagan pretty much gave up the tactical nukes.
a322x1n
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He
has as much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots.
Oddly, those nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his
downfall, than not having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of
neutron bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed
and ready to go. All the military in the world wouldn't be
able to stand up to neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of
the atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons
can't be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation,
much less blast and lingering after effects. And, the
technology is far beyond North Korea, at least for now. A
neutron warhead on a cruise missle, guided by plus or minus
three feet GPS systems could tear Kim a new ass hole before he
even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove
Kim himself and his entire top level of government and the
military, but we cannot possibly take out the next level down.
North Korea has a huge military which has spent decades preparing
for war. It is a certainty that they would have procedures in
place for just such an eventuality, so we would also have to be
absolutely certain that we could neutralise every single missile
launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that
would leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the
commanders of the artillery dug into the mountains facing South
Korea to survive and order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul.
The consequences would be catastrophic, not just for South Korea
but for the rest of the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear
arsenal and all the forces that directly threaten the
neighbouring nations (including the submarines) ... this would
still leave us with the headache of having to invade and occupy
the place. China does have the manpower to do so -- but would we
really want China to extend its borders or establish a client
state? South Korea cannot do so on their own. That leaves the
US and other allied nations. How keen are we to do so? How much
money are we willing and able to stump up on this? Before you
answer, consider that including the reserves, the North Korean
armed fores are the single largest military institution in the
world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't
progressed much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and
recon systems give us an advantage. Still, North Korea does have
the advantage of first strike and the surprise that comes with
that. It'd be a super bloody war! I hope to High Heaven Kim
hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
As a small country, atomic bombs are just to keep invaders away from
your shore. But, as a weapon, NK cannot harm US much with a few
atomic while itself will face with total destruction from
retaliation. I believe Kim knows it too.
Let's suppose NK does do something serious, like a missile attack on
Guam. The US _still_ can't nuke the place, because of the damage that
would result in China and South Korea. This is true even in the face
of a direct attack on the USA itself.
And, remember, Reagan pretty much gave up the tactical nukes.
Then we damned well better start rebuilding the arsenal before North
Korea uses any of their weapons. And we should seriously consider
starting production of neutron warheads again. Neutron weapons (ERWs)
are what the Doctor ordered for Kim.
Malcolm McMahon
2017-08-10 07:44:39 UTC
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Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He
has as much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots.
Oddly, those nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his
downfall, than not having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of
neutron bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed
and ready to go. All the military in the world wouldn't be
able to stand up to neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of
the atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons
can't be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation,
much less blast and lingering after effects. And, the
technology is far beyond North Korea, at least for now. A
neutron warhead on a cruise missle, guided by plus or minus
three feet GPS systems could tear Kim a new ass hole before he
even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove
Kim himself and his entire top level of government and the
military, but we cannot possibly take out the next level down.
North Korea has a huge military which has spent decades preparing
for war. It is a certainty that they would have procedures in
place for just such an eventuality, so we would also have to be
absolutely certain that we could neutralise every single missile
launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that
would leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the
commanders of the artillery dug into the mountains facing South
Korea to survive and order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul.
The consequences would be catastrophic, not just for South Korea
but for the rest of the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear
arsenal and all the forces that directly threaten the
neighbouring nations (including the submarines) ... this would
still leave us with the headache of having to invade and occupy
the place. China does have the manpower to do so -- but would we
really want China to extend its borders or establish a client
state? South Korea cannot do so on their own. That leaves the
US and other allied nations. How keen are we to do so? How much
money are we willing and able to stump up on this? Before you
answer, consider that including the reserves, the North Korean
armed fores are the single largest military institution in the
world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't
progressed much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and
recon systems give us an advantage. Still, North Korea does have
the advantage of first strike and the surprise that comes with
that. It'd be a super bloody war! I hope to High Heaven Kim
hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
As a small country, atomic bombs are just to keep invaders away from
your shore. But, as a weapon, NK cannot harm US much with a few
atomic while itself will face with total destruction from
retaliation. I believe Kim knows it too.
Let's suppose NK does do something serious, like a missile attack on
Guam. The US _still_ can't nuke the place, because of the damage that
would result in China and South Korea. This is true even in the face
of a direct attack on the USA itself.
And, remember, Reagan pretty much gave up the tactical nukes.
Then we damned well better start rebuilding the arsenal before North
Korea uses any of their weapons. And we should seriously consider
starting production of neutron warheads again. Neutron weapons (ERWs)
are what the Doctor ordered for Kim.
The point is, of course, that a major problem with using nukes so close to China is fallout over the border. Can't see ERWs helping with that.
Yap Honghor
2017-08-10 08:08:20 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining
table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He
has as much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots.
Oddly, those nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his
downfall, than not having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of
neutron bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed
and ready to go. All the military in the world wouldn't be
able to stand up to neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of
the atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons
can't be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation,
much less blast and lingering after effects. And, the
technology is far beyond North Korea, at least for now. A
neutron warhead on a cruise missle, guided by plus or minus
three feet GPS systems could tear Kim a new ass hole before he
even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove
Kim himself and his entire top level of government and the
military, but we cannot possibly take out the next level down.
North Korea has a huge military which has spent decades preparing
for war. It is a certainty that they would have procedures in
place for just such an eventuality, so we would also have to be
absolutely certain that we could neutralise every single missile
launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that
would leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the
commanders of the artillery dug into the mountains facing South
Korea to survive and order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul.
The consequences would be catastrophic, not just for South Korea
but for the rest of the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear
arsenal and all the forces that directly threaten the
neighbouring nations (including the submarines) ... this would
still leave us with the headache of having to invade and occupy
the place. China does have the manpower to do so -- but would we
really want China to extend its borders or establish a client
state? South Korea cannot do so on their own. That leaves the
US and other allied nations. How keen are we to do so? How much
money are we willing and able to stump up on this? Before you
answer, consider that including the reserves, the North Korean
armed fores are the single largest military institution in the
world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't
progressed much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and
recon systems give us an advantage. Still, North Korea does have
the advantage of first strike and the surprise that comes with
that. It'd be a super bloody war! I hope to High Heaven Kim
hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
As a small country, atomic bombs are just to keep invaders away from
your shore. But, as a weapon, NK cannot harm US much with a few
atomic while itself will face with total destruction from
retaliation. I believe Kim knows it too.
Let's suppose NK does do something serious, like a missile attack on
Guam. The US _still_ can't nuke the place, because of the damage that
would result in China and South Korea. This is true even in the face
of a direct attack on the USA itself.
And, remember, Reagan pretty much gave up the tactical nukes.
Then we damned well better start rebuilding the arsenal before North
Korea uses any of their weapons. And we should seriously consider
starting production of neutron warheads again. Neutron weapons (ERWs)
are what the Doctor ordered for Kim.
The point is, of course, that a major problem with using nukes so close to China is fallout over the border. Can't see ERWs helping with that.
With a nuke or ERW, most killed are the innocent people you mean to save in NK.

On the other hand, South Korean people and the US armies would perish.

The whole Korea peninsula will be on fire...no one wins but only innocent suffer.
a322x1n
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the
bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are
surrounded by people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea.
He has as much use for missles and nukes he does for log
knots. Oddly, those nukes and missles are more likely to
lead to his downfall, than not having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of
neutron bombs and making sure our delivery systems were
primed and ready to go. All the military in the world
wouldn't be able to stand up to neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows
of the atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered
for the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can
remove the infection of the North Korean military while
doing minimum damage to the civilian population. Even
small atom weapons can't be that precise in their
targeting; plenty of radiation, much less blast and
lingering after effects. And, the technology is far beyond
North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS
systems could tear Kim a new ass hole before he
even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to
remove Kim himself and his entire top level of government
and the military, but we cannot possibly take out the next
level down. North Korea has a huge military which has spent
decades preparing for war. It is a certainty that they
would have procedures in place for just such an eventuality,
so we would also have to be absolutely certain that we could
neutralise every single missile launching site in the
country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this,
that would leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is
for the commanders of the artillery dug into the mountains
facing South Korea to survive and order an all-out doomsday
assault on Seoul. The consequences would be catastrophic,
not just for South Korea but for the rest of the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a
complete neutralization of the North Korean leadership,
their nuclear arsenal and all the forces that directly
threaten the neighbouring nations (including the submarines)
... this would still leave us with the headache of having to
invade and occupy the place. China does have the manpower
to do so -- but would we really want China to extend its
borders or establish a client state? South Korea cannot do
so on their own. That leaves the US and other allied
nations. How keen are we to do so? How much money are we
willing and able to stump up on this? Before you
answer, consider that including the reserves, the North
Korean armed fores are the single largest military
institution in the world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't
progressed much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS
and recon systems give us an advantage. Still, North Korea
does have the advantage of first strike and the surprise that
comes with that. It'd be a super bloody war! I hope to High
Heaven Kim hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
As a small country, atomic bombs are just to keep invaders away
from your shore. But, as a weapon, NK cannot harm US much with a
few atomic while itself will face with total destruction from
retaliation. I believe Kim knows it too.
Let's suppose NK does do something serious, like a missile attack
on Guam. The US _still_ can't nuke the place, because of the
damage that would result in China and South Korea. This is true
even in the face of a direct attack on the USA itself.
And, remember, Reagan pretty much gave up the tactical nukes.
Then we damned well better start rebuilding the arsenal before
North Korea uses any of their weapons. And we should seriously
consider starting production of neutron warheads again. Neutron
weapons (ERWs) are what the Doctor ordered for Kim.
The point is, of course, that a major problem with using nukes so
close to China is fallout over the border. Can't see ERWs helping
with that.
With a nuke or ERW, most killed are the innocent people you mean to save in NK.
On the other hand, South Korean people and the US armies would perish.
The whole Korea peninsula will be on fire...no one wins but only innocent suffer.
If North Korea strikes first, ERWs are the only way to minimize the
damage to everyone.
a322x1n
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the
bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded
by people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea.
He has as much use for missles and nukes he does for log
knots. Oddly, those nukes and missles are more likely to
lead to his downfall, than not having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of
neutron bombs and making sure our delivery systems were
primed and ready to go. All the military in the world
wouldn't be able to stand up to neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows
of the atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered
for the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can
remove the infection of the North Korean military while doing
minimum damage to the civilian population. Even small atom
weapons can't be that precise in their targeting; plenty of
radiation, much less blast and lingering after effects. And,
the technology is far beyond North Korea, at least for now.
A neutron warhead on a cruise missle, guided by plus or minus
three feet GPS systems could tear Kim a new ass hole before
he even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to
remove Kim himself and his entire top level of government and
the military, but we cannot possibly take out the next level
down. North Korea has a huge military which has spent decades
preparing for war. It is a certainty that they would have
procedures in place for just such an eventuality, so we would
also have to be absolutely certain that we could neutralise
every single missile launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that
would leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for
the commanders of the artillery dug into the mountains facing
South Korea to survive and order an all-out doomsday assault
on Seoul. The consequences would be catastrophic, not just for
South Korea but for the rest of the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a
complete neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their
nuclear arsenal and all the forces that directly threaten the
neighbouring nations (including the submarines) ... this would
still leave us with the headache of having to invade and
occupy the place. China does have the manpower to do so --
but would we really want China to extend its borders or
establish a client state? South Korea cannot do so on their
own. That leaves the US and other allied nations. How keen
are we to do so? How much money are we willing and able to
stump up on this? Before you answer, consider that including
the reserves, the North Korean armed fores are the single
largest military institution in the world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't
progressed much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and
recon systems give us an advantage. Still, North Korea does
have the advantage of first strike and the surprise that comes
with that. It'd be a super bloody war! I hope to High Heaven
Kim hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
As a small country, atomic bombs are just to keep invaders away
from your shore. But, as a weapon, NK cannot harm US much with a
few atomic while itself will face with total destruction from
retaliation. I believe Kim knows it too.
Let's suppose NK does do something serious, like a missile attack
on Guam. The US _still_ can't nuke the place, because of the damage
that would result in China and South Korea. This is true even in
the face of a direct attack on the USA itself.
And, remember, Reagan pretty much gave up the tactical nukes.
Then we damned well better start rebuilding the arsenal before North
Korea uses any of their weapons. And we should seriously consider
starting production of neutron warheads again. Neutron weapons
(ERWs) are what the Doctor ordered for Kim.
The point is, of course, that a major problem with using nukes so
close to China is fallout over the border. Can't see ERWs helping with
that.
ERWs minimize fallout and blast area, as well as lingering radiation. If
it comes to push and shove, and if we must use something drastic, ERWs are
the best choice.
Alex W.
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove Kim
himself and his entire top level of government and the military, but
we cannot possibly take out the next level down. North Korea has a
huge military which has spent decades preparing for war. It is a
certainty that they would have procedures in place for just such an
eventuality, so we would also have to be absolutely certain that we
could neutralise every single missile launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that would
leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the commanders
of the artillery dug into the mountains facing South Korea to survive
and order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul. The consequences
would be catastrophic, not just for South Korea but for the rest of
the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear arsenal
and all the forces that directly threaten the neighbouring nations
(including the submarines) ... this would still leave us with the
headache of having to invade and occupy the place. China does have
the manpower to do so -- but would we really want China to extend its
borders or establish a client state? South Korea cannot do so on
their own. That leaves the US and other allied nations. How keen are
we to do so? How much money are we willing and able to stump up on
this? Before you answer, consider that including the reserves, the
North Korean armed fores are the single largest military institution
in the world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't progressed
much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and recon systems give
us an advantage. Still, North Korea does have the advantage of first
strike and the surprise that comes with that. It'd be a super bloody
war! I hope to High Heaven Kim hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
They do not need to progress. Even 1950's era artillery can reduce
Seoul and much of South Korea to rubble, and however primitive their
chemical and biological warfare arsenal, it is quite sufficient to wreak
unimaginable havoc. Old school does not mean ineffective.

We have a problem.

Time was when life was easy for politicians, ideologues and citizens
alike: there were two big power blocs with their two distinct political
and social ideologies/philosophies, and a bunch of smaller "non-aligned"
nations where those blocs could play their game of world domination by
proxy. Everyone knew where they stood, and who the enemy was.

These happy days are now gone.

What we are now seeing are problems with no good solutions.

Syria is one such: there are no identifiable "good guys" or "bad guys",
there are no easy, obvious or even good resolutions to that mess.

North Korea is in the same category: we have no good solutions. We may
have unequivocal bad guys, but we have no practicable ways of dealing
with them that promise a reasonable chance of a successful outcome.
Appeasement does not work. Bribes/blackmail does not work. Military
threats or action do not work. Diplomacy does not work. The least bad
option would appear to be to keep trying to talk them down off the ledge
every time Kim throws another wobbly and hope that at some point the
regime will change or even go into meltdown in such a fashion that does
not leave half the region glowing in the dark. It's a miserable
prospect, but it is the least bad policy we can pursue.
a322x1n
2017-08-08 04:53:30 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has
as much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly,
those nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall,
than not having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready
to go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand
up to neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove Kim
himself and his entire top level of government and the military, but
we cannot possibly take out the next level down. North Korea has a
huge military which has spent decades preparing for war. It is a
certainty that they would have procedures in place for just such an
eventuality, so we would also have to be absolutely certain that we
could neutralise every single missile launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that would
leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the commanders
of the artillery dug into the mountains facing South Korea to
survive and order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul. The
consequences would be catastrophic, not just for South Korea but for
the rest of the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear arsenal
and all the forces that directly threaten the neighbouring nations
(including the submarines) ... this would still leave us with the
headache of having to invade and occupy the place. China does have
the manpower to do so -- but would we really want China to extend
its borders or establish a client state? South Korea cannot do so
on their own. That leaves the US and other allied nations. How
keen are we to do so? How much money are we willing and able to
stump up on this? Before you answer, consider that including the
reserves, the North Korean armed fores are the single largest
military institution in the world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't
progressed much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and
recon systems give us an advantage. Still, North Korea does have the
advantage of first strike and the surprise that comes with that.
It'd be a super bloody war! I hope to High Heaven Kim hasn't
swallowed his own propaganda.
They do not need to progress. Even 1950's era artillery can reduce
Seoul and much of South Korea to rubble, and however primitive their
chemical and biological warfare arsenal, it is quite sufficient to
wreak unimaginable havoc. Old school does not mean ineffective.
We have a problem.
Time was when life was easy for politicians, ideologues and citizens
alike: there were two big power blocs with their two distinct
political and social ideologies/philosophies, and a bunch of smaller
"non-aligned" nations where those blocs could play their game of world
domination by proxy. Everyone knew where they stood, and who the
enemy was.
These happy days are now gone.
What we are now seeing are problems with no good solutions.
Syria is one such: there are no identifiable "good guys" or "bad
guys", there are no easy, obvious or even good resolutions to that
mess.
North Korea is in the same category: we have no good solutions. We
may have unequivocal bad guys, but we have no practicable ways of
dealing with them that promise a reasonable chance of a successful
outcome. Appeasement does not work. Bribes/blackmail does not work.
Military threats or action do not work. Diplomacy does not work. The
least bad option would appear to be to keep trying to talk them down
off the ledge every time Kim throws another wobbly and hope that at
some point the regime will change or even go into meltdown in such a
fashion that does not leave half the region glowing in the dark. It's
a miserable prospect, but it is the least bad policy we can pursue.
It also helps to make a lot of plans and do a lot of exercises to get
ready for a worst case event. Somewhere in North Korea there must be
at least one person in a position of power and influence who knows the
real score. It's unlikely, but a sudden "internal event" might happen.

It might help if China realizes that South Korea can do more for them
than North Korea ever could. But, that's several decades away.
Rudy Canoza
2017-08-08 05:25:55 UTC
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Post by a322x1n
Post by Alex W.
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Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has
as much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly,
those nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall,
than not having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready
to go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand
up to neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove Kim
himself and his entire top level of government and the military, but
we cannot possibly take out the next level down. North Korea has a
huge military which has spent decades preparing for war. It is a
certainty that they would have procedures in place for just such an
eventuality, so we would also have to be absolutely certain that we
could neutralise every single missile launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that would
leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the commanders
of the artillery dug into the mountains facing South Korea to
survive and order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul. The
consequences would be catastrophic, not just for South Korea but for
the rest of the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear arsenal
and all the forces that directly threaten the neighbouring nations
(including the submarines) ... this would still leave us with the
headache of having to invade and occupy the place. China does have
the manpower to do so -- but would we really want China to extend
its borders or establish a client state? South Korea cannot do so
on their own. That leaves the US and other allied nations. How
keen are we to do so? How much money are we willing and able to
stump up on this? Before you answer, consider that including the
reserves, the North Korean armed fores are the single largest
military institution in the world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't
progressed much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and
recon systems give us an advantage. Still, North Korea does have the
advantage of first strike and the surprise that comes with that.
It'd be a super bloody war! I hope to High Heaven Kim hasn't
swallowed his own propaganda.
They do not need to progress. Even 1950's era artillery can reduce
Seoul and much of South Korea to rubble, and however primitive their
chemical and biological warfare arsenal, it is quite sufficient to
wreak unimaginable havoc. Old school does not mean ineffective.
We have a problem.
Time was when life was easy for politicians, ideologues and citizens
alike: there were two big power blocs with their two distinct
political and social ideologies/philosophies, and a bunch of smaller
"non-aligned" nations where those blocs could play their game of world
domination by proxy. Everyone knew where they stood, and who the
enemy was.
These happy days are now gone.
What we are now seeing are problems with no good solutions.
Syria is one such: there are no identifiable "good guys" or "bad
guys", there are no easy, obvious or even good resolutions to that
mess.
North Korea is in the same category: we have no good solutions. We
may have unequivocal bad guys, but we have no practicable ways of
dealing with them that promise a reasonable chance of a successful
outcome. Appeasement does not work. Bribes/blackmail does not work.
Military threats or action do not work. Diplomacy does not work. The
least bad option would appear to be to keep trying to talk them down
off the ledge every time Kim throws another wobbly and hope that at
some point the regime will change or even go into meltdown in such a
fashion that does not leave half the region glowing in the dark. It's
a miserable prospect, but it is the least bad policy we can pursue.
It also helps to make a lot of plans and do a lot of exercises to get
ready for a worst case event. Somewhere in North Korea there must be
at least one person in a position of power and influence who knows the
real score. It's unlikely, but a sudden "internal event" might happen.
You don't know your mackerel-reeking snatch from your face. There is
*zero* possibility of an "internal event" in North Korea - literally
zero. No one in North Korea is even contemplating it.
Post by a322x1n
It might help if China realizes that South Korea can do more for them
than North Korea ever could. But, that's several decades away.
More inane fuckwittery. China views South Korea as purely an economic
competitor, not as a potential partner. The absolute last thing China
wants is a unified Korea controlled by the south.

You don't know geopolitics. You really don't know one fucking true
thing. Keep your fucking mouth shut.
Alex W.
2017-08-08 07:26:41 UTC
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On 8/7/2017 9:53 PM, W.T.S. The Leaking Bucket of Pure, Vile Shit
On Monday, August 7, 2017 at 8:08:29 AM UTC-7, W.T.S. The
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining
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Post by Alex W.
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table. :-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are
surrounded by people who encourage his lunacy. The bad
part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He
has as much use for missles and nukes he does for log
knots. Oddly, those nukes and missles are more likely
to lead to his downfall, than not having them. If I was
the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of
neutron bombs and making sure our delivery systems were
primed and ready to go. All the military in the world
wouldn't be able to stand up to neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the
shadows of the atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered
for the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can
remove the infection of the North Korean military while
doing minimum damage to the civilian population. Even
small atom weapons can't be that precise in their
targeting; plenty of radiation, much less blast and
lingering after effects. And, the technology is far beyond
North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS
systems could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew
what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to
remove Kim himself and his entire top level of government and
the military, but we cannot possibly take out the next level
down. North Korea has a huge military which has spent
decades preparing for war. It is a certainty that they would
have procedures in place for just such an eventuality, so we
would also have to be absolutely certain that we could
neutralise every single missile launching site in the
country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this,
that would leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is
for the commanders of the artillery dug into the mountains
facing South Korea to survive and order an all-out doomsday
assault on Seoul. The consequences would be catastrophic,
not just for South Korea but for the rest of the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a
complete neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their
nuclear arsenal and all the forces that directly threaten the
neighbouring nations (including the submarines) ... this
would still leave us with the headache of having to invade
and occupy the place. China does have the manpower to do so
-- but would we really want China to extend its borders or
establish a client state? South Korea cannot do so on their
own. That leaves the US and other allied nations. How keen
are we to do so? How much money are we willing and able to
stump up on this? Before you answer, consider that including
the reserves, the North Korean armed fores are the single
largest military institution in the world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't
progressed much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS
and recon systems give us an advantage. Still, North Korea
does have the advantage of first strike and the surprise that
comes with that. It'd be a super bloody war! I hope to High
Heaven Kim hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
They do not need to progress. Even 1950's era artillery can
reduce Seoul and much of South Korea to rubble, and however
primitive their chemical and biological warfare arsenal, it is
quite sufficient to wreak unimaginable havoc. Old school does
not mean ineffective.
We have a problem.
Time was when life was easy for politicians, ideologues and
citizens alike: there were two big power blocs with their two
distinct political and social ideologies/philosophies, and a
bunch of smaller "non-aligned" nations where those blocs could
play their game of world domination by proxy. Everyone knew
where they stood, and who the enemy was.
These happy days are now gone.
What we are now seeing are problems with no good solutions.
Syria is one such: there are no identifiable "good guys" or "bad
guys", there are no easy, obvious or even good resolutions to
that mess.
North Korea is in the same category: we have no good solutions.
We may have unequivocal bad guys, but we have no practicable ways
of dealing with them that promise a reasonable chance of a
successful outcome. Appeasement does not work. Bribes/blackmail
does not work. Military threats or action do not work. Diplomacy
does not work. The least bad option would appear to be to keep
trying to talk them down off the ledge every time Kim throws
another wobbly and hope that at some point the regime will change
or even go into meltdown in such a fashion that does not leave
half the region glowing in the dark. It's a miserable prospect,
but it is the least bad policy we can pursue.
It also helps to make a lot of plans and do a lot of exercises to
get ready for a worst case event. Somewhere in North Korea there
must be at least one person in a position of power and influence
who knows the real score. It's unlikely, but a sudden "internal
event" might happen.
You don't know your mackerel-reeking snatch from your face. There is
*zero* possibility of an "internal event" in North Korea - literally
zero. No one in North Korea is even contemplating it.
A bold assertion indeed.

IMHO, nobody really knows. The place is not known as the "Hermit
Kingdom" for nothing. We do not know the factions, the hierarchy of
power, whoever may or may not be a "power behind the throne". And it
would be foolish to categorically bet against the armed forces: there is
ample precedent around the world of military coups to overthrow
dictators or fellow generals.

That aside, any internal regime change would really be our least bad
best hope. Anyone who is even slightly less irrational and capricious
and who is more amenable to deals (or even bribery) must be an improvement.
Post by Rudy Canoza
Post by a322x1n
It might help if China realizes that South Korea can do more for
them than North Korea ever could. But, that's several decades
away.
More inane fuckwittery. China views South Korea as purely an
economic competitor, not as a potential partner. The absolute last
thing China wants is a unified Korea controlled by the south.
True.

But it is useful to note that even China is getting nervous. A madman
in North Korea making waves and keeping the West on its toes may be a
good thing as far as Beijing is concerned, but a madman with nukes is
perhaps half a step too far even for them...
Yap Honghor
2017-08-08 07:03:47 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Short answer: no, it cannot. We might be lucky enough to remove Kim
himself and his entire top level of government and the military, but
we cannot possibly take out the next level down. North Korea has a
huge military which has spent decades preparing for war. It is a
certainty that they would have procedures in place for just such an
eventuality, so we would also have to be absolutely certain that we
could neutralise every single missile launching site in the country.
And even if by some miracle, we could be assured of this, that would
leave the conventional weaponry. All it takes is for the commanders
of the artillery dug into the mountains facing South Korea to survive
and order an all-out doomsday assault on Seoul. The consequences
would be catastrophic, not just for South Korea but for the rest of
the world.
Now, if we imagine for a moment that we could achieve a complete
neutralization of the North Korean leadership, their nuclear arsenal
and all the forces that directly threaten the neighbouring nations
(including the submarines) ... this would still leave us with the
headache of having to invade and occupy the place. China does have
the manpower to do so -- but would we really want China to extend its
borders or establish a client state? South Korea cannot do so on
their own. That leaves the US and other allied nations. How keen are
we to do so? How much money are we willing and able to stump up on
this? Before you answer, consider that including the reserves, the
North Korean armed fores are the single largest military institution
in the world....
North Korea, except for its atom weapons and missles, hasn't progressed
much since the '50s. The U.S. has. Pinpoint GPS and recon systems give
us an advantage. Still, North Korea does have the advantage of first
strike and the surprise that comes with that. It'd be a super bloody
war! I hope to High Heaven Kim hasn't swallowed his own propaganda.
They do not need to progress. Even 1950's era artillery can reduce
Seoul and much of South Korea to rubble, and however primitive their
chemical and biological warfare arsenal, it is quite sufficient to wreak
unimaginable havoc. Old school does not mean ineffective.
We have a problem.
Time was when life was easy for politicians, ideologues and citizens
alike: there were two big power blocs with their two distinct political
and social ideologies/philosophies, and a bunch of smaller "non-aligned"
nations where those blocs could play their game of world domination by
proxy. Everyone knew where they stood, and who the enemy was.
These happy days are now gone.
What we are now seeing are problems with no good solutions.
Syria is one such: there are no identifiable "good guys" or "bad guys",
there are no easy, obvious or even good resolutions to that mess.
North Korea is in the same category: we have no good solutions. We may
have unequivocal bad guys, but we have no practicable ways of dealing
with them that promise a reasonable chance of a successful outcome.
Appeasement does not work. Bribes/blackmail does not work. Military
threats or action do not work. Diplomacy does not work. The least bad
option would appear to be to keep trying to talk them down off the ledge
every time Kim throws another wobbly and hope that at some point the
regime will change or even go into meltdown in such a fashion that does
not leave half the region glowing in the dark. It's a miserable
prospect, but it is the least bad policy we can pursue.
One should not treat other nations as enemies when they do not rob and cheat you. We all live in a world which is for every type of system to survive.
If some nation are weaker or facing problem, whether or not you come to their aid depends on your generosity.

As long as a ruler is not wicked, tyrant, or corrupt, their system may be the best for their people. No one wants their people to suffer...
Cloud Hobbit
2017-08-08 04:56:58 UTC
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Alex W
I think that should we ever conquer N. Korea it would only take a few food shipments to get everyone there on our side. Once we show them we are not going to eat the Koreans they will come around.

Almost anything would be better than what they have now.
a322x1n
2017-08-08 10:26:52 UTC
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Alex W
I think that should we ever conquer N. Korea it would only take a few
food shipments to get everyone there on our side. Once we show them
we are not going to eat the Koreans they will come around.
Almost anything would be better than what they have now.
Perhaps. A lot of North Korean POWs refused to return to North Korea
after the war.
But, at the moment, they have nothing to compare their present
existance with. Until they do, which wouldn't be easy at all,
they remain a major threat. Dictatorships are very good at
forcing their people to fight.
!! Atheist ------------------------------
2017-08-08 20:47:45 UTC
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Alex W
I think that should we ever conquer N. Korea it would only take a few
food shipments to get everyone there on our side. Once we show them
we are not going to eat the Koreans they will come around.
Almost anything would be better than what they have now.
Perhaps. A lot of North Korean POWs refused to return to North Korea
after the war.
But, at the moment, they have nothing to compare their present
existance with. Until they do, which wouldn't be easy at all,
they remain a major threat. Dictatorships are very good at
forcing their people to fight.
Starve them? Yeah, that's good.

I say a good all out war is what's needed. Really kick their asses and
let them know who they are fuckin with. Why not pre-emptive nukes all
over NK to start? Really show those little fuckers.

</tongue in cheek> LOL
--
There is no verifiable evidence of any god(s). None whatsoever.
Extortion (Believe or Burn) is *THE* foundation of Christianity.
Alex W.
2017-08-08 23:46:19 UTC
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Alex W I think that should we ever conquer N. Korea it would only
take a few food shipments to get everyone there on our side. Once we
show them we are not going to eat the Koreans they will come around.
Almost anything would be better than what they have now.
I would hope so, but I am sceptical. North Koreans have been living
with absolute indoctrination and seclusion for generations now. For
them, what they have now is *normal*, is the way the world works and
where every information source and experience tells them is the way it
is *supposed* to work. The differences to South Korea are now so great
that North Koreans even speak a significantly different dialect.
Somehow I doubt that a few good meals will succeed in banishing these
demons from their heads.

Also bear in mind the military: even without including the reserves,
that's more than a million North Koreans who stand to lose their status,
privilege and careers. In comparison, disbanding Saddam Hussein's armed
forces in Iraq was child's play ... and look at the major problems that
caused.
Don Martin
2017-08-08 21:54:59 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Personally, I'd rather see Trump flown to N. Korea to duke it out with
Kim. As a pair of unhealthy fat slobs, they are evenly matched, and
with luck we may see both suffer heart attacks in the ring. The
return on the Pay-Per-View would at least pay for the fuel on Air
Force One.
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Personally, I'd rather see Trump flown to N. Korea to duke it out with
Kim. As a pair of unhealthy fat slobs, they are evenly matched, and
with luck we may see both suffer heart attacks in the ring. The
return on the Pay-Per-View would at least pay for the fuel on Air
Force One.
I have a better idea.

Make them play a round of golf to decide the future of the country.
Apparently, they are both the best golfers the world has ever known, so
it should be worth paying for on Pay-Per-View.
Don Martin
2017-08-09 21:46:28 UTC
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Personally, I'd rather see Trump flown to N. Korea to duke it out with
Kim. As a pair of unhealthy fat slobs, they are evenly matched, and
with luck we may see both suffer heart attacks in the ring. The
return on the Pay-Per-View would at least pay for the fuel on Air
Force One.
I have a better idea.
Make them play a round of golf to decide the future of the country.
Apparently, they are both the best golfers the world has ever known, so
it should be worth paying for on Pay-Per-View.
Really? Golf on TV is electronic Nembutol, so far as I am concerned.
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Je pense, donc je suis Charlie.
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2017-08-09 23:23:56 UTC
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Personally, I'd rather see Trump flown to N. Korea to duke it out with
Kim. As a pair of unhealthy fat slobs, they are evenly matched, and
with luck we may see both suffer heart attacks in the ring. The
return on the Pay-Per-View would at least pay for the fuel on Air
Force One.
I have a better idea.
Make them play a round of golf to decide the future of the country.
Apparently, they are both the best golfers the world has ever known, so
it should be worth paying for on Pay-Per-View.
Really? Golf on TV is electronic Nembutol, so far as I am concerned.
Clearly, you have never watched darts on TV ....
Don Martin
2017-08-10 21:52:02 UTC
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Personally, I'd rather see Trump flown to N. Korea to duke it out with
Kim. As a pair of unhealthy fat slobs, they are evenly matched, and
with luck we may see both suffer heart attacks in the ring. The
return on the Pay-Per-View would at least pay for the fuel on Air
Force One.
I have a better idea.
Make them play a round of golf to decide the future of the country.
Apparently, they are both the best golfers the world has ever known, so
it should be worth paying for on Pay-Per-View.
Really? Golf on TV is electronic Nembutol, so far as I am concerned.
Clearly, you have never watched darts on TV ....
Never have, but would you believe I have enjoyed curling there? It is
slow enough and big enough that one can actually see the finesse of
the play.
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Personally, I'd rather see Trump flown to N. Korea to duke it out with
Kim. As a pair of unhealthy fat slobs, they are evenly matched, and
with luck we may see both suffer heart attacks in the ring. The
return on the Pay-Per-View would at least pay for the fuel on Air
Force One.
I have a better idea.
Make them play a round of golf to decide the future of the country.
Apparently, they are both the best golfers the world has ever known, so
it should be worth paying for on Pay-Per-View.
Really? Golf on TV is electronic Nembutol, so far as I am concerned.
Clearly, you have never watched darts on TV ....
Never have, but would you believe I have enjoyed curling there? It is
slow enough and big enough that one can actually see the finesse of
the play.
Ditto. It helps that I have done some curling myself, and so have a
frame of reference. It is a lovely sport ... unlike golf, which I
consider a good way to ruin a perfectly good walk in the countryside.
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2017-08-10 01:40:01 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Personally, I'd rather see Trump flown to N. Korea to duke it out with
Kim. As a pair of unhealthy fat slobs, they are evenly matched, and
with luck we may see both suffer heart attacks in the ring. The
return on the Pay-Per-View would at least pay for the fuel on Air
Force One.
I have a better idea.
Make them play a round of golf to decide the future of the country.
Apparently, they are both the best golfers the world has ever known, so
it should be worth paying for on Pay-Per-View.
Apparently, Trump cheats at golf so it might not go that well.
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Personally, I'd rather see Trump flown to N. Korea to duke it out with
Kim. As a pair of unhealthy fat slobs, they are evenly matched, and
with luck we may see both suffer heart attacks in the ring. The
return on the Pay-Per-View would at least pay for the fuel on Air
Force One.
I have a better idea.
Make them play a round of golf to decide the future of the country.
Apparently, they are both the best golfers the world has ever known, so
it should be worth paying for on Pay-Per-View.
Apparently, Trump cheats at golf so it might not go that well.
And Kim does not? They are evenly matched in all sorts of ways.
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
True, but the neutron bomb is just what the Doctor ordered for
the illness that is North Korea. The neutron bomb can remove
the infection of the North Korean military while doing minimum
damage to the civilian population. Even small atom weapons can't
be that precise in their targeting; plenty of radiation, much less
blast and lingering after effects. And, the technology is far
beyond North Korea, at least for now. A neutron warhead on a
cruise missle, guided by plus or minus three feet GPS systems
could tear Kim a new ass hole before he even knew what happened.
Personally, I'd rather see Trump flown to N. Korea to duke it out with
Kim. As a pair of unhealthy fat slobs, they are evenly matched, and
with luck we may see both suffer heart attacks in the ring. The
return on the Pay-Per-View would at least pay for the fuel on Air
Force One.
Sounds like a great idea. I bet viva padre peeyoo would be first in line to be the referee.
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Personally, I'd rather see Trump flown to N. Korea to duke it out with
Kim. As a pair of unhealthy fat slobs, they are evenly matched, and
with luck we may see both suffer heart attacks in the ring. The
return on the Pay-Per-View would at least pay for the fuel on Air
Force One.
Sounds like a great idea. I bet viva padre peeyoo would be first in line to be the referee.
You wouldn't want to land the plane there for fear of seizure. Just push Drumpf
out the back over Pyongyang. Parachute optional.
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Personally, I'd rather see Trump flown to N. Korea to duke it out with
Kim. As a pair of unhealthy fat slobs, they are evenly matched, and
with luck we may see both suffer heart attacks in the ring. The
return on the Pay-Per-View would at least pay for the fuel on Air
Force One.
Sounds like a great idea. I bet viva padre peeyoo would be first in line to be the referee.
That's about the only way that little pustule would get into the ring
with anybody.
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If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the atomic and
hydrogen bombs.
Neutron bombs were to threaten USSR and comfort BRD. Traditional nuclear weapons
are used to create a blast that destroy whatever is beneath them. That would've
been German towns. Neutron bombs were designed to release the neutrons instead
of staging them into a blast. Assuming the civillians were evacuated, they
would've killed Warsaw Pact soldiers and wildlife with little damage to the
contructions.

ROK will insist that civilians be as protected as possible, so military and
political targets. I doubt DPRK military infrastructure needs to be preserved.
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If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
Neutron bombs were to threaten USSR and comfort BRD. Traditional
nuclear weapons are used to create a blast that destroy whatever is
beneath them. That would've been German towns. Neutron bombs were
designed to release the neutrons instead of staging them into a blast.
Assuming the civillians were evacuated, they would've killed Warsaw
Pact soldiers and wildlife with little damage to the contructions.
ROK will insist that civilians be as protected as possible, so
military and political targets. I doubt DPRK military infrastructure
needs to be preserved.
When the North Korean Army is in South Korea, it'd be nice to deal with
them without wrecking South Korea and killing a lot of South Koreans.
The Neutron Bomb is an ideal solution.
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When the North Korean Army is in South Korea, it'd be nice to deal with
them without wrecking South Korea and killing a lot of South Koreans.
The Neutron Bomb is an ideal solution.
What about China and Russia? Will they allow U.S. to take over NK?
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When the North Korean Army is in South Korea, it'd be nice to deal with
them without wrecking South Korea and killing a lot of South Koreans.
The Neutron Bomb is an ideal solution.
What about China and Russia? Will they allow U.S. to take over NK?
They are as dependent on nuclear deterence as the US. If either protects DPRK
after DPRK uses nuclear weapons, it's as good as if they attacked the US
themselves.

Also the US can do alot of damage, perhaps enough, with conventional weapons.

However any war will have DPRK invading ROK and DPRK refugees going to
Manchuria. ROK will suffer far more than the US.
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When the North Korean Army is in South Korea, it'd be nice to deal with
them without wrecking South Korea and killing a lot of South Koreans.
The Neutron Bomb is an ideal solution.
What about China and Russia? Will they allow U.S. to take over NK?
They are as dependent on nuclear deterence as the US. If either protects DPRK
after DPRK uses nuclear weapons, it's as good as if they attacked the US
themselves.
Also the US can do alot of damage, perhaps enough, with conventional weapons.
However any war will have DPRK invading ROK and DPRK refugees going to
Manchuria. ROK will suffer far more than the US.
There seems to be a lot of thirst for war, I'd say mostly from people who
don't know what war is.

Fine, I'm bored with TV news so let's have a good war.

btw, China *has* been protecting NK since they entered the war in 1950s; who do you
think the U.S. has been afraid of all these years?
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When the North Korean Army is in South Korea, it'd be nice to deal
with them without wrecking South Korea and killing a lot of South
Koreans. The Neutron Bomb is an ideal solution.
What about China and Russia? Will they allow U.S. to take over NK?
The U.S. has no intention of taking over North Korea, and both Russia
and China know that. The only way we're going into North Korea is if
North Korea stops talking naughty and actually does something naughty
on a massive scale. If that happens, I doubt that Russia and China
would feel like giving up everything they've worked so hard for over
a major nut job. People forget that after the end of the Korean War
there was a rather large famine in China, war is bad for everyone.
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there was a rather large famine in China, war is bad for everyone.
Except defense contractors.
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there was a rather large famine in China, war is bad for everyone.
Except defense contractors.
I'm pretty sure famines were a regularly occurance in China before that war.
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When the North Korean Army is in South Korea, it'd be nice to deal
with them without wrecking South Korea and killing a lot of South
Koreans. The Neutron Bomb is an ideal solution.
What about China and Russia? Will they allow U.S. to take over NK?
The U.S. has no intention of taking over North Korea, and both Russia
and China know that. The only way we're going into North Korea is if
North Korea stops talking naughty and actually does something naughty
on a massive scale.
Fine, then NK can continue as they have.
Post by a322x1n
If that happens, I doubt that Russia and China
would feel like giving up everything they've worked so hard for over
a major nut job. People forget that after the end of the Korean War
there was a rather large famine in China, war is bad for everyone.
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If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
Neutron bombs were to threaten USSR and comfort BRD. Traditional
nuclear weapons are used to create a blast that destroy whatever is
beneath them. That would've been German towns. Neutron bombs were
designed to release the neutrons instead of staging them into a blast.
Assuming the civillians were evacuated, they would've killed Warsaw
Pact soldiers and wildlife with little damage to the contructions.
ROK will insist that civilians be as protected as possible, so
military and political targets. I doubt DPRK military infrastructure
needs to be preserved.
When the North Korean Army is in South Korea, it'd be nice to deal with
them without wrecking South Korea and killing a lot of South Koreans.
The Neutron Bomb is an ideal solution.
NK is eyeing to protect their regime and territory, not waging war.
If they want to invade, they can do it long ago.
In any conflict, South Korea is the party that goes down the drain...
v***@gmail.com
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Post by a322x1n
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
Neutron bombs were to threaten USSR and comfort BRD. Traditional
nuclear weapons are used to create a blast that destroy whatever is
beneath them. That would've been German towns. Neutron bombs were
designed to release the neutrons instead of staging them into a blast.
Assuming the civillians were evacuated, they would've killed Warsaw
Pact soldiers and wildlife with little damage to the contructions.
ROK will insist that civilians be as protected as possible, so
military and political targets. I doubt DPRK military infrastructure
needs to be preserved.
When the North Korean Army is in South Korea, it'd be nice to deal with
them without wrecking South Korea and killing a lot of South Koreans.
The Neutron Bomb is an ideal solution.
NK is eyeing to protect their regime and territory, not waging war.
If they want to invade, they can do it long ago.
In any conflict, South Korea is the party that goes down the drain...
WHAT FUCKING LANGUAGE IS THAT????????????????????????
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If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
Neutron bombs were to threaten USSR and comfort BRD. Traditional
nuclear weapons are used to create a blast that destroy whatever is
beneath them. That would've been German towns. Neutron bombs were
designed to release the neutrons instead of staging them into a blast.
Assuming the civillians were evacuated, they would've killed Warsaw
Pact soldiers and wildlife with little damage to the contructions.
ROK will insist that civilians be as protected as possible, so
military and political targets. I doubt DPRK military infrastructure
needs to be preserved.
When the North Korean Army is in South Korea, it'd be nice to deal with
them without wrecking South Korea and killing a lot of South Koreans.
The Neutron Bomb is an ideal solution.
NK is eyeing to protect their regime and territory, not waging war.
If they want to invade, they can do it long ago.
In any conflict, South Korea is the party that goes down the drain...
WHAT FUCKING LANGUAGE IS THAT????????????????????????
One that diesn't use all capitals, you illiterate cunt.
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Post by a322x1n
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the
atomic and hydrogen bombs.
Neutron bombs were to threaten USSR and comfort BRD. Traditional
nuclear weapons are used to create a blast that destroy whatever is
beneath them. That would've been German towns. Neutron bombs were
designed to release the neutrons instead of staging them into a blast.
Assuming the civillians were evacuated, they would've killed Warsaw
Pact soldiers and wildlife with little damage to the contructions.
ROK will insist that civilians be as protected as possible, so
military and political targets. I doubt DPRK military infrastructure
needs to be preserved.
When the North Korean Army is in South Korea, it'd be nice to deal with
them without wrecking South Korea and killing a lot of South Koreans.
The Neutron Bomb is an ideal solution.
NK is eyeing to protect their regime and territory, not waging war.
If they want to invade, they can do it long ago.
In any conflict, South Korea is the party that goes down the drain...
WHAT FUCKING LANGUAGE IS THAT????????????????????????
You are pretending to read Persian?
Sorry, I know nothing about Perian language...
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If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
It seems the neutron bomb never made it out of the shadows of the atomic and
hydrogen bombs.
Neutron bombs were to threaten USSR and comfort BRD. Traditional nuclear weapons
are used to create a blast that destroy whatever is beneath them. That would've
been German towns. Neutron bombs were designed to release the neutrons instead
of staging them into a blast. Assuming the civillians were evacuated, they
would've killed Warsaw Pact soldiers and wildlife with little damage to the
contructions.
You are thinking that Russian has no neutron bombs to counter?
If not, they can use nukes.
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ROK will insist that civilians be as protected as possible, so military and
political targets. I doubt DPRK military infrastructure needs to be preserved.
Why do you think that?
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Neutron bombs were to threaten USSR and comfort BRD. Traditional nuclear weapons
are used to create a blast that destroy whatever is beneath them. That would've
You are thinking that Russian has no neutron bombs to counter?
If not, they can use nukes.
Neutron bombs are just fusion weapons clad in steel instead of U238. Anyone who
can make a fusion bomb can make a neutron bomb. They kill just effectively
whether by neutrons or blast; however nonliving constructions can survive
neutrons better. They were invented near the end of the cold war to comfort BRD:
any NATO war would've been fought on their land, and they were, oh, disinclined
to devastate Germany to protect France and England.

It was a particular political situation requiring a comforting lie (USSR would
have used fusion weapons in the Fulda Gap devastating Germany even if NATO
hadn't). Russia, China, Israel, and anyone else with fusion weapons can have
neutron bombs, but they don't have the political need.
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ROK will insist that civilians be as protected as possible, so military and
political targets. I doubt DPRK military infrastructure needs to be preserved.
Why do you think that?
ROK and DPRK both regard the peninsula as one nation. They don't want to kill
their families on the other side of the border; they want to remove the rival
government and unite koreans.
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
a322x1n
2017-08-08 01:09:22 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
Goody for Kim, but the world won't care if he worships VooDoo Gods!
He's an ass hole, just like Catholic Hitler was. All he has in mind
is staying in power, unless he's fallen for his own propaganda.
Mattb.
2017-08-08 01:18:48 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
Goody for Kim, but the world won't care if he worships VooDoo Gods!
He's an ass hole, just like Catholic Hitler was. All he has in mind
is staying in power, unless he's fallen for his own propaganda.
True so very true. Morality can't be judged by theistic or atheism
alone. I think both the militant atheist and the whack job theist
don't see that.
Patrick
2017-08-08 12:13:39 UTC
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Goody for Kim, but the world won't care if he worships VooDoo Gods!
He's an ass hole, just like Catholic Hitler was.
<Yawn>
What color is kim? What color are you?
Samo samo...
Therefore you must be an ass hole also.
Yap Honghor
2017-08-08 01:17:41 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
MattB
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
a322x1n
2017-08-08 04:37:22 UTC
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Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Mattb.
2017-08-08 06:17:12 UTC
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Post by Mattb.
Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Olrik
2017-08-08 06:24:56 UTC
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Post by Mattb.
Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
He was also a male.
He was white.
And he also had a 'stash!
Raised cathlick!
Gee, just like Hitler!
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Mattb.
2017-08-08 06:39:15 UTC
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Post by Mattb.
Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
He was also a male.
He was white.
And he also had a 'stash!
Raised cathlick!
Gee, just like Hitler!
My point is atheist can be just as evil as any theist. What is yours?
Olrik
2017-08-08 06:55:20 UTC
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Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
He was also a male.
He was white.
And he also had a 'stash!
Raised cathlick!
Gee, just like Hitler!
My point is atheist can be just as evil as any theist. What is yours?
The same.

My point is that even if an atheist would kill billions in the name of
atheism, I would still not suddenly believe in Thor, Zeus or any other
mythical gods.

The problem stems that for any people killed in the name of god, people
still believe in god by definition, which makes them and their gods
defective and inhuman, IMO.
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MattB
2017-08-08 21:22:55 UTC
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Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
He was also a male.
He was white.
And he also had a 'stash!
Raised cathlick!
Gee, just like Hitler!
My point is atheist can be just as evil as any theist. What is yours?
The same.
My point is that even if an atheist would kill billions in the name of
atheism, I would still not suddenly believe in Thor, Zeus or any other
mythical gods.
I can see that. My views might be changed by reason they won't by
intimidation or violence.
Post by Olrik
The problem stems that for any people killed in the name of god, people
still believe in god by definition, which makes them and their gods
defective and inhuman, IMO.
True as Jesus didn't tell them to kill, that is something they made
up and now call tradition. Christians for the most part don't even
follow Jesus words. If a 'god' wants someone dead and is a 'god' why
would he need help?
Yap Honghor
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Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
MattB
2017-08-08 21:24:22 UTC
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Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
Olrik
2017-08-09 03:46:07 UTC
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Post by MattB
On Mon, 7 Aug 2017 18:17:41 -0700 (PDT), Yap Honghor
Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
It's not a belief. In fact, "atheism" is not even a thing. For example :
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.

HTH
HAND
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Siri Cruise
2017-08-09 07:53:29 UTC
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Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
Marx didn't kill anyone.

Lenin and Stalin killed christians because the russian orthodox church was a
rival power structure.

Neither Putin nor the Church have enough power to kill the other. So they
borrowed from the USA. Putin agreed to be a born again christian, and the church
agreed to sell its soul to gain the world. It's all very Reaganesque.
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Post by a322x1n
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
He also had a moustache - and so did Hitler and Saddam Hussein.

Hmmm...
Post by Olrik
Post by MattB
Post by Yap Honghor
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
Do these morons not understand just how complicit the Russian Orthodox
Church was, in the Tsar's oppression? They were hand in glove, and
during the revolution they even provided troops of the Tsar's side.
Post by Olrik
Post by MattB
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
What a fucking moron. It isn't even a belief, but the simple absence
of the theist's belief.
Post by Olrik
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
Does this moron's not believing in Zeus, make him kill people?
Post by Olrik
HTH
HAND
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Post by a322x1n
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
He also had a moustache - and so did Hitler and Saddam Hussein.
Hmmm...
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Post by Yap Honghor
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
Do these morons not understand just how complicit the Russian Orthodox
Church was, in the Tsar's oppression?
Were the Soviets less repressive, idiot? Stalin and Lenin killed alot more Russians than the Czar ever did.
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
He also had a moustache - and so did Hitler and Saddam Hussein.
Hmmm...
This is just like a Duke or Patrick reply and you claim to not have a
belief?
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Post by Olrik
Post by MattB
Post by Yap Honghor
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
Do these morons not understand just how complicit the Russian Orthodox
Church was, in the Tsar's oppression? They were hand in glove, and
during the revolution they even provided troops of the Tsar's side.
Post by Olrik
Post by MattB
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
What a fucking moron. It isn't even a belief, but the simple absence
of the theist's belief.
Post by Olrik
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
Does this moron's not believing in Zeus, make him kill people?
Post by Olrik
HTH
HAND
MattB
2017-08-09 22:35:28 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
And yet some people show the emotional reaction as theist that theist
do. The same hate and anger. To me those people as atheist have a
belief.
Post by Olrik
HTH
HAND
Olrik
2017-08-10 04:08:18 UTC
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Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
And yet some people show the emotional reaction as theist that theist
do. The same hate and anger. To me those people as atheist have a
belief.
What do "hate and anger" have to do with belief or unbelief in some god?
--
Olrik
aa #1981
EAC Chief Food Inspector, Bacon Division
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2017-08-10 16:55:48 UTC
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Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
And yet some people show the emotional reaction as theist that theist
do. The same hate and anger. To me those people as atheist have a
belief.
What do "hate and anger" have to do with belief or unbelief in some god?
If you do not believe in a god in truth and someone says 'God Bless'
and it makes you angry to me your atheism is a belief. A true atheist
would react as if someone had said 'may the force be with you' maybe
smiles or maybe thought idiot but not with anger. The anger to me
shows a belief system as much so as theism.

New/militant atheist don't see it.
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Post by a322x1n
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining
table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
And yet some people show the emotional reaction as theist that theist
do. The same hate and anger. To me those people as atheist have a
belief.
What do "hate and anger" have to do with belief or unbelief in some god?
If you do not believe in a god in truth and someone says 'God Bless'
and it makes you angry to me your atheism is a belief. A true atheist
would react as if someone had said 'may the force be with you' maybe
smiles or maybe thought idiot but not with anger. The anger to me
shows a belief system as much so as theism.
No....no!!!!!

The anger is two fold:
-How can a human be so stupid to believe in a pixie which is non-existent?
-A personal belief cannot be validated, yet peddling as though it is true?
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New/militant atheist don't see it.
Sitting on a high fence is never comfortable!!!!
Mattb.
2017-08-11 02:48:48 UTC
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Post by MattB
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Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining
table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
And yet some people show the emotional reaction as theist that theist
do. The same hate and anger. To me those people as atheist have a
belief.
What do "hate and anger" have to do with belief or unbelief in some god?
If you do not believe in a god in truth and someone says 'God Bless'
and it makes you angry to me your atheism is a belief. A true atheist
would react as if someone had said 'may the force be with you' maybe
smiles or maybe thought idiot but not with anger. The anger to me
shows a belief system as much so as theism.
No....no!!!!!
-How can a human be so stupid to believe in a pixie which is non-existent?
How can a person believe socialism works?
Post by Yap Honghor
-A personal belief cannot be validated, yet peddling as though it is true?
Like militant atheism?
Post by Yap Honghor
Post by MattB
New/militant atheist don't see it.
Sitting on a high fence is never comfortable!!!!
True,
Yap Honghor
2017-08-11 07:23:13 UTC
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Post by MattB
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Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining
table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
And yet some people show the emotional reaction as theist that theist
do. The same hate and anger. To me those people as atheist have a
belief.
What do "hate and anger" have to do with belief or unbelief in some god?
If you do not believe in a god in truth and someone says 'God Bless'
and it makes you angry to me your atheism is a belief. A true atheist
would react as if someone had said 'may the force be with you' maybe
smiles or maybe thought idiot but not with anger. The anger to me
shows a belief system as much so as theism.
No....no!!!!!
-How can a human be so stupid to believe in a pixie which is non-existent?
How can a person believe socialism works?
Why not? EU has a few socialist countries....
Post by Mattb.
Post by Yap Honghor
-A personal belief cannot be validated, yet peddling as though it is true?
Like militant atheism?
Atheism doesn't peddle. Just inform you that there is no pixie up in the sky and it is a true fact, undeniable!!!
Post by Mattb.
Post by Yap Honghor
Post by MattB
New/militant atheist don't see it.
Sitting on a high fence is never comfortable!!!!
True,
MattB
2017-08-11 21:22:21 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining
table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
And yet some people show the emotional reaction as theist that theist
do. The same hate and anger. To me those people as atheist have a
belief.
What do "hate and anger" have to do with belief or unbelief in some god?
If you do not believe in a god in truth and someone says 'God Bless'
and it makes you angry to me your atheism is a belief. A true atheist
would react as if someone had said 'may the force be with you' maybe
smiles or maybe thought idiot but not with anger. The anger to me
shows a belief system as much so as theism.
No....no!!!!!
-How can a human be so stupid to believe in a pixie which is non-existent?
How can a person believe socialism works?
Why not? EU has a few socialist countries....
Pure socialist or a combination? Name them?
Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
Post by Yap Honghor
-A personal belief cannot be validated, yet peddling as though it is true?
Like militant atheism?
Atheism doesn't peddle. Just inform you that there is no pixie up in the sky and it is a true fact, undeniable!!!
No the actions of your leaders Michelle Malkin and Lee show some
atheist have as much hate and are willing to lie for their belief
system as say aaa, Patrick or Duke.

Can't even talk about what our favorite shows are without Michelle
Malkin starting a flame war. Something about me using several Nyms or
being several people. Pure bullshit.

So while many atheist like the ones I know off the Internet are like
you say many of the militant/New type of atheism act as if it is a
belief system. The actions of atheist when they get power doesn't
speak well either.

Tell me how many of the atheist here do you believe would be willing
to use force to push atheism?
Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
Post by Yap Honghor
Post by MattB
New/militant atheist don't see it.
Sitting on a high fence is never comfortable!!!!
True,
Olrik
2017-08-12 04:17:40 UTC
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Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining
table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
And yet some people show the emotional reaction as theist that theist
do. The same hate and anger. To me those people as atheist have a
belief.
What do "hate and anger" have to do with belief or unbelief in some god?
If you do not believe in a god in truth and someone says 'God Bless'
and it makes you angry to me your atheism is a belief. A true atheist
would react as if someone had said 'may the force be with you' maybe
smiles or maybe thought idiot but not with anger. The anger to me
shows a belief system as much so as theism.
No....no!!!!!
-How can a human be so stupid to believe in a pixie which is non-existent?
How can a person believe socialism works?
Why not? EU has a few socialist countries....
Pure socialist or a combination? Name them?
Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
Post by Yap Honghor
-A personal belief cannot be validated, yet peddling as though it is true?
Like militant atheism?
Atheism doesn't peddle. Just inform you that there is no pixie up in the sky and it is a true fact, undeniable!!!
No the actions of your leaders Michelle Malkin and Lee
"Leaders"? Are you just trolling now? Should I plonk you?


show some
Post by MattB
atheist have as much hate and are willing to lie for their belief
system as say aaa, Patrick or Duke.
Can't even talk about what our favorite shows are without Michelle
Malkin starting a flame war. Something about me using several Nyms or
being several people. Pure bullshit.
So while many atheist like the ones I know off the Internet are like
you say many of the militant/New type of atheism act as if it is a
belief system. The actions of atheist when they get power doesn't
speak well either.
Tell me how many of the atheist here do you believe would be willing
to use force to push atheism?
Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
Post by Yap Honghor
Post by MattB
New/militant atheist don't see it.
Sitting on a high fence is never comfortable!!!!
True,
--
Olrik
aa #1981
EAC Chief Food Inspector, Bacon Division
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining
table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
And yet some people show the emotional reaction as theist that theist
do. The same hate and anger. To me those people as atheist have a
belief.
What do "hate and anger" have to do with belief or unbelief in some god?
If you do not believe in a god in truth and someone says 'God Bless'
and it makes you angry to me your atheism is a belief. A true atheist
would react as if someone had said 'may the force be with you' maybe
smiles or maybe thought idiot but not with anger. The anger to me
shows a belief system as much so as theism.
No....no!!!!!
-How can a human be so stupid to believe in a pixie which is non-existent?
How can a person believe socialism works?
Why not? EU has a few socialist countries....
Pure socialist or a combination? Name them?
Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
Post by Yap Honghor
-A personal belief cannot be validated, yet peddling as though it is true?
Like militant atheism?
Atheism doesn't peddle. Just inform you that there is no pixie up in the sky and it is a true fact, undeniable!!!
No the actions of your leaders Michelle Malkin and Lee
"Leaders"? Are you just trolling now? Should I plonk you?
Is that trolling or responding to her attacks of just that past few
weeks. That is my opinion of her is that not allowed?

Why is it OK for her to attack and flame? Because she is atheist?

She didn't add or debate any thread just jumped in to flame. Why is
she not the troll??
Post by Olrik
show some
Post by MattB
atheist have as much hate and are willing to lie for their belief
system as say aaa, Patrick or Duke.
Can't even talk about what our favorite shows are without Michelle
Malkin starting a flame war. Something about me using several Nyms or
being several people. Pure bullshit.
So while many atheist like the ones I know off the Internet are like
you say many of the militant/New type of atheism act as if it is a
belief system. The actions of atheist when they get power doesn't
speak well either.
Tell me how many of the atheist here do you believe would be willing
to use force to push atheism?
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New/militant atheist don't see it.
Sitting on a high fence is never comfortable!!!!
True,
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining
table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
And yet some people show the emotional reaction as theist that theist
do. The same hate and anger. To me those people as atheist have a
belief.
What do "hate and anger" have to do with belief or unbelief in some god?
If you do not believe in a god in truth and someone says 'God Bless'
and it makes you angry to me your atheism is a belief. A true atheist
would react as if someone had said 'may the force be with you' maybe
smiles or maybe thought idiot but not with anger. The anger to me
shows a belief system as much so as theism.
No....no!!!!!
-How can a human be so stupid to believe in a pixie which is non-existent?
How can a person believe socialism works?
Why not? EU has a few socialist countries....
Pure socialist or a combination? Name them?
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Post by Mattb.
Post by Yap Honghor
-A personal belief cannot be validated, yet peddling as though it is true?
Like militant atheism?
Atheism doesn't peddle. Just inform you that there is no pixie up in the sky and it is a true fact, undeniable!!!
No the actions of your leaders Michelle Malkin and Lee
"Leaders"? Are you just trolling now? Should I plonk you?
Is that trolling or responding to her attacks of just that past few
weeks. That is my opinion of her is that not allowed?
Why is it OK for her to attack and flame? Because she is atheist?
She didn't add or debate any thread just jumped in to flame. Why is
she not the troll??
I don't follow you personal stuff, and I don't read every thread.

But saying that "your leaders Michelle Malkin and Lee" is troll
territory. There are no "leaders" in a.a.
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Olrik
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining
table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
And yet some people show the emotional reaction as theist that theist
do. The same hate and anger. To me those people as atheist have a
belief.
What do "hate and anger" have to do with belief or unbelief in some god?
If you do not believe in a god in truth and someone says 'God Bless'
and it makes you angry to me your atheism is a belief.
No. Your example is quite lame. xians, jews, muslims make all sorts of
demands on society, like abolishing the right to chose, expecting
schools to teach their beliefs, etc.

I don't give a shit if a xian wears a crucifix on her neck, or that a
jew protects its bald spot with a piece of cloth, or that a muslim women
hides herself behind a mask. I *do* give a shit if these morons try to
change laws to reflect their twisted views.
Post by MattB
A true atheist
would react as if someone had said 'may the force be with you' maybe
smiles or maybe thought idiot but not with anger. The anger to me
shows a belief system as much so as theism.
You try too much. "Atheism" is not a belief, no matter how much you
insist on making it one.
Post by MattB
New/militant atheist don't see it.
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Olrik
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2017-08-11 21:28:40 UTC
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Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining
table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
And yet some people show the emotional reaction as theist that theist
do. The same hate and anger. To me those people as atheist have a
belief.
What do "hate and anger" have to do with belief or unbelief in some god?
If you do not believe in a god in truth and someone says 'God Bless'
and it makes you angry to me your atheism is a belief.
No. Your example is quite lame. xians, jews, muslims make all sorts of
demands on society, like abolishing the right to chose, expecting
schools to teach their beliefs, etc.
You need to look into the systems in China and North Korea both mostly
atheist governments.
Post by Olrik
I don't give a shit if a xian wears a crucifix on her neck, or that a
jew protects its bald spot with a piece of cloth, or that a muslim women
hides herself behind a mask. I *do* give a shit if these morons try to
change laws to reflect their twisted views.
There I agree. Can you see what would happen if they got a Christian
government they fight about which domination next.
Post by Olrik
Post by MattB
A true atheist
would react as if someone had said 'may the force be with you' maybe
smiles or maybe thought idiot but not with anger. The anger to me
shows a belief system as much so as theism.
You try too much. "Atheism" is not a belief, no matter how much you
insist on making it one.
Well here we disagree. To me if a person like your Michelle Mal kin
are willing to lie to promote your belief it is a belief.

Though will admit the atheist I know outside this group most are not
like that.

Tell me if I were to place a Cross or religious statue on 'MY'
property and you had to drive by it every day should that be banned?
Post by Olrik
Post by MattB
New/militant atheist don't see it.
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2017-08-12 04:14:50 UTC
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Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
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Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining
table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
And yet some people show the emotional reaction as theist that theist
do. The same hate and anger. To me those people as atheist have a
belief.
What do "hate and anger" have to do with belief or unbelief in some god?
If you do not believe in a god in truth and someone says 'God Bless'
and it makes you angry to me your atheism is a belief.
No. Your example is quite lame. xians, jews, muslims make all sorts of
demands on society, like abolishing the right to chose, expecting
schools to teach their beliefs, etc.
You need to look into the systems in China and North Korea both mostly
atheist governments.
Did you? What are your conclusions?

Anyway. Education should be secular.

Religion indoctrination, if any, should be left to the parents or other
members of their sect.
Post by MattB
Post by Olrik
I don't give a shit if a xian wears a crucifix on her neck, or that a
jew protects its bald spot with a piece of cloth, or that a muslim women
hides herself behind a mask. I *do* give a shit if these morons try to
change laws to reflect their twisted views.
There I agree. Can you see what would happen if they got a Christian
government they fight about which domination next.
Post by Olrik
Post by MattB
A true atheist
would react as if someone had said 'may the force be with you' maybe
smiles or maybe thought idiot but not with anger. The anger to me
shows a belief system as much so as theism.
You try too much. "Atheism" is not a belief, no matter how much you
insist on making it one.
Well here we disagree. To me if a person like your Michelle Mal kin
are willing to lie to promote your belief it is a belief.
Though will admit the atheist I know outside this group most are not
like that.
Tell me if I were to place a Cross or religious statue on 'MY'
property and you had to drive by it every day should that be banned?
Of course not. Near my home there's a private xian kindergarten.
Year-round, they display a nativity scene on their lawn, complete with
baby jesus and the animals. Funny thing is, the display is surrounded by
Disney characters like Bambi. It cracks me up every time!
--
Olrik
aa #1981
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2017-08-12 05:50:52 UTC
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On Mon, 7 Aug 2017 18:17:41 -0700 (PDT), Yap Honghor
Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining
table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by
people who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
That has a lot more to do with being a Stalist dictatorship than
anything to do with their religious system.
Stalin was also a atheist.
Atheism is just a small part of communism.
In fact Karl Marx saw how evil religion is...
So killed those that disagreed with him? How does that make atheism a
better belief.
do you believe in Zeus? No? There you go.
And yet some people show the emotional reaction as theist that theist
do. The same hate and anger. To me those people as atheist have a
belief.
What do "hate and anger" have to do with belief or unbelief in some god?
If you do not believe in a god in truth and someone says 'God Bless'
and it makes you angry to me your atheism is a belief.
No. Your example is quite lame. xians, jews, muslims make all sorts of
demands on society, like abolishing the right to chose, expecting
schools to teach their beliefs, etc.
You need to look into the systems in China and North Korea both mostly
atheist governments.
Did you? What are your conclusions?
Anyway. Education should be secular.
I've always believed that. Yes nothing atheist should be allowed
either.
Post by Olrik
Religion indoctrination, if any, should be left to the parents or other
members of their sect.
I also agree and to have always said such.
Post by Olrik
Post by MattB
Post by Olrik
I don't give a shit if a xian wears a crucifix on her neck, or that a
jew protects its bald spot with a piece of cloth, or that a muslim women
hides herself behind a mask. I *do* give a shit if these morons try to
change laws to reflect their twisted views.
There I agree. Can you see what would happen if they got a Christian
government they fight about which domination next.
Post by Olrik
Post by MattB
A true atheist
would react as if someone had said 'may the force be with you' maybe
smiles or maybe thought idiot but not with anger. The anger to me
shows a belief system as much so as theism.
You try too much. "Atheism" is not a belief, no matter how much you
insist on making it one.
Well here we disagree. To me if a person like your Michelle Mal kin
are willing to lie to promote your belief it is a belief.
Though will admit the atheist I know outside this group most are not
like that.
Tell me if I were to place a Cross or religious statue on 'MY'
property and you had to drive by it every day should that be banned?
Of course not. Near my home there's a private xian kindergarten.
Year-round, they display a nativity scene on their lawn, complete with
baby jesus and the animals. Funny thing is, the display is surrounded by
Disney characters like Bambi. It cracks me up every time!
I find that fitting. Yet this discussion has been on here before and
there are atheist who believe it should be banned.
Olrik
2017-08-13 04:36:30 UTC
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No. Your example is quite lame. xians, jews, muslims make all sorts of
demands on society, like abolishing the right to chose, expecting
schools to teach their beliefs, etc.
You need to look into the systems in China and North Korea both mostly
atheist governments.
Did you? What are your conclusions?
Anyway. Education should be secular.
I've always believed that. Yes nothing atheist should be allowed
either.
What would be something "atheist", for example?
Post by Mattb.
Post by Olrik
Religion indoctrination, if any, should be left to the parents or other
members of their sect.
I also agree and to have always said such.
Post by Olrik
Post by MattB
Post by Olrik
I don't give a shit if a xian wears a crucifix on her neck, or that a
jew protects its bald spot with a piece of cloth, or that a muslim women
hides herself behind a mask. I *do* give a shit if these morons try to
change laws to reflect their twisted views.
There I agree. Can you see what would happen if they got a Christian
government they fight about which domination next.
Post by Olrik
Post by MattB
A true atheist
would react as if someone had said 'may the force be with you' maybe
smiles or maybe thought idiot but not with anger. The anger to me
shows a belief system as much so as theism.
You try too much. "Atheism" is not a belief, no matter how much you
insist on making it one.
Well here we disagree. To me if a person like your Michelle Mal kin
are willing to lie to promote your belief it is a belief.
Though will admit the atheist I know outside this group most are not
like that.
Tell me if I were to place a Cross or religious statue on 'MY'
property and you had to drive by it every day should that be banned?
Of course not. Near my home there's a private xian kindergarten.
Year-round, they display a nativity scene on their lawn, complete with
baby jesus and the animals. Funny thing is, the display is surrounded by
Disney characters like Bambi. It cracks me up every time!
I find that fitting. Yet this discussion has been on here before and
there are atheist who believe it should be banned.
Atheists are free to form opinions. Besides, a lot of atheists,
including me, would be against such displays if they were on *public*
grounds.
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Olrik
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Yap Honghor
2017-08-08 06:48:09 UTC
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Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
It is the ideological difference that the West is grumbling about.
Must all nations adopt western system in order to be happy?
China is a socialist country where its people are free and happy....
Mattb.
2017-08-08 06:50:44 UTC
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Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
It is the ideological difference that the West is grumbling about.
Must all nations adopt western system in order to be happy?
China is a socialist country where its people are free and happy....
I would say you have never been there.
Yap Honghor
2017-08-09 03:43:56 UTC
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Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
It is the ideological difference that the West is grumbling about.
Must all nations adopt western system in order to be happy?
China is a socialist country where its people are free and happy....
I would say you have never been there.
I would say you are wrong, as always...
MattB
2017-08-09 22:37:26 UTC
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Post by Yap Honghor
Post by MattB
On Mon, 7 Aug 2017 18:17:41 -0700 (PDT), Yap Honghor
Post by Yap Honghor
Post by Mattb.
Post by a322x1n
Post by viva padrepio
Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
Maybe can't say but the people of North Korea a most atheist country
don't live that well.
It is the ideological difference that the West is grumbling about.
Must all nations adopt western system in order to be happy?
China is a socialist country where its people are free and happy....
I would say you have never been there.
I would say you are wrong, as always...
Is this Patrick?
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2017-08-08 06:37:20 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
YOu aren't happier, just dumber.
Yap Honghor
2017-08-08 07:07:35 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
The bad part, no one was/is going to invade North Korea. He has as
much use for missles and nukes he does for log knots. Oddly, those
nukes and missles are more likely to lead to his downfall, than not
having them.
If I was the U.S., I'd start rebuilding the stockpile of neutron
bombs and making sure our delivery systems were primed and ready to
go. All the military in the world wouldn't be able to stand up to
neutron radiation.
North Korea is a mostly atheist country. Kim is a atheist.
All human are born atheists, until some are brainwashed.
And being an atheist, one would live happier.
YOu aren't happier, just dumber.
It is just a plain lie from your side.
I am much happier than you because I am surrounded with a very happy family while you are so lonely, without any one willing to go near you, let alone chat with you.....boo.
Malcolm McMahon
2017-08-09 11:14:46 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
Actually, his behaviour is perfectly rational, if you consider that his life depends on hanging on to power, and his power on an anachronistic state that wouldn't survive for an hour if exposed to the modern world.

He sees nuclear deterrence as his only hope of being alive ten years from now. He may well be right.
Christopher A. Lee
2017-08-09 13:19:11 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table.
:-D
-- www.foxnews.com
Dictators like Kim are rarely rational, and are surrounded by people
who encourage his lunacy.
Actually, his behaviour is perfectly rational, if you consider that his life
depends on hanging on to power, and his power on an anachronistic state
that wouldn't survive for an hour if exposed to the modern world.
As a result of being isolated by the USA because it never surrendered
after we took sides in the civil war that followed Korean
independence.
Post by Malcolm McMahon
He sees nuclear deterrence as his only hope of being alive ten years
from now. He may well be right.
He see that three countries America hates were bracketed by the US as
an "axis of evil" and that the US invades the only one without a
nuclear program.
Yap Honghor
2017-08-08 01:13:43 UTC
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Doesn't sound like Kim's too anxious to get to the bargaining table. :-D
-- www.foxnews.com
He should work hard quietly and not showing off...
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