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Originally posted by lardo5150
For example, Bush has that Japanese PM over the other day. Went to Graceland and everything. I am sure they talked business in the days they were there. Why cant we do that with NK and Iran. Sure we dont agree with everything, but maybe us stepping up could really ease things a bit. I could be way off and if I am please explain to me why this would be a bad idea.
Originally posted by jumpspace
Wow, lot of debate here.
Firstly, a few people mentioned that "there were no warnings". I'd like to ask as to how the media knew all about these launches before they happened?
Secondly, look at this from another angle:
As I mentioned on another thread; when Richard Branson was ballooning around the world, there were many countries who wouldn't let Branson fly over their land due to security reasons etc. When Branson asked if he could fly over NK (while he was heading towards NK, ie real time), Kim Jong said "no worries - go for it". If he's a madman and a threat to the world, why would he say "no worries" - it doesn't make sense.
Originally posted by Zenem
Does anyone know the location of where the missiles are being launched from?