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Originally posted by xBWOMPx
reply to post by Niccawhois
Actually war is ALWAYS money regardless of rather there is natural resources or not. Corporate america will profit off any war anytime anywhere! Afghan supplied 0% of opium/heroin in the world before CIA intervention, now they supply 80% of opium/heroin world wide!
Originally posted by CharlesBronson74
North Korea is a joke, if they started a fight with the south, the US and other U.N nations would have to do nothing but sit and wait for there army to starve to death. The north gets like 80% of its power from other nations. If South Korea, Japan, and the US stopped all foreign aid coming into North Korea there crappy little economy would collapse inside of a month. Within a week they would run out of food, and fuel. Keeping your military feed clothed and gassed up are some of the most important things for a fighting force. North Korea is what you would call a telephone tuff guy, talks a lot of # but when push comes to shove they can't pick up the tab. I could not see when it comes down to it, China jeopardizing there relations with other nations that make up the would economy over North Korea, there is no future in it. Kim Jong Il has seen way to many Rambo movies.
Originally posted by galadofwarthethird
Everything is a false flag ww2 could of been a false flag if the people thought a little, instead of following blindly. Ohh noss n korea is ready for war, guick some one call the military wing of the salvation army, to jump on this case. Who would of thought that a crazy person can ever become the leader of a nation. In the land of hysteria the most hysterious believe's come to power. Same old shint different day.
Originally posted by wanderingwaldo
I have heard the conclusion of the report that said it was N. Korea, instigated by international pressure. I'm still waiting for the evidence that contradicts the following:
Damage is inconsistent with a torpedo, the ship was split in two.
Baek Seung-joo, an analyst with the Korea Institute for Defense Analysis says that “If a single torpedo or floating mine causes a naval patrol vessel to split in half and sink, we will have to rewrite our military doctrine.”
[edit on 23-5-2010 by wanderingwaldo]
North Korea threatened on Monday to fire at South Korean equipment if it is set up at their heavily armed border to broadcast anti-Pyongyang messages, and vowed to take stronger measures if Seoul escalated tensions.
The warnings came in a statement from a military commander carried by the North's KCNA news agency.
South Korea said on Monday it would resume loudspeaker broadcasts at the border that had been suspended for six years, as part of its punishment toward the North for the sinking of one of its navy ships