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Has Kim got his bomb?

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posted on Jan, 6 2016 @ 10:08 AM
a reply to: DAVID64

China and North Korea aren't as close as people think anymore.

posted on Jan, 6 2016 @ 10:25 AM
I'm not sure why the prospect of him having one is so terrifying, it strikes me more as media fearmongering than anything else. When was the last time they invaded or attacked anyone?

If I have 20,000 brand new guns in my house with unlimited ammo; you sitting in yours with some antique from the 1800s isn't going to make me lose any sleep.

posted on Jan, 6 2016 @ 10:30 AM
Kim has his bomb and this is a big step up
as far as potential. However with NK's track record
of most missiles landing 30 feet from the launch pad
I say test away ....

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 11:37 AM
Maybe Kim got his bomb, but who cares... The real danger for US adventurism in the upcoming summer is this: and the upcoming Sarmat.

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 12:32 PM
lets try to decipher the threats to the free world:


number of countries invaded? (in this day an age, 'invading a country)
numbers of nukes dropped in other countries??
numbers of wars involved in the past 50 years/70/100/or today?
numbers of bombs dropped on other countries killing innocents?
numbers of terrorist attacks by north koreans?
number of global corruption involved
total arms sold around the world
number of racial crimes
statistical data of drugs/narcotics supplied to the world
hate crimes
amount of north korean entering another country to deface values or nonsense they hold dear (no matter how insignificant or ridiculous)
numbers of NK military bases in other countries
number of active nuke warheads owned

now shift the focus: lets tally up the great world powers and civilized countries whom oppose another country's regime just because they feel they can.

[insert any current world 'super power' say... UK or France or US]

we all have an idea of the rest of the 'free world's' accomplishments.
who wants to tally and compare and contrast.

its not NK we should worry about. worry about those whom keep telling you the next country to worry about. and the next manufactured terror group... (just wonder whats after ISIS... its already in the works. )

why dont we leave other countries alone.
why dont other countries try to fix the 'holier than thou' system in the 'better' countries(or the civilized nations with more statistical foul play : deaths nuke racism corruption drug trafficking human trafficking sex slaves for politicians, active neo nazi party, active nazi, kkk, 'freedom fighters' etc...)

NK is not a threat to the free world ! its being sold as this.

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