But after the missile test in 1998 this was said and sanctions were placed on north korea.
The bipartisan Rumsfeld Commission concludes that the United States may have “little or no warning” before facing a long-range ballistic missile
threat from “rogue states,” such as North Korea
The media ate it up.
In 2005 north korea fires short-range missile into sea of japan.
The media talks about this threat for weeks. While bush was visiting saul and being greeted like this:
2012 Successful launch of the kwangmyŏngsŏng-3 unit 2 satellite aboard a three-stage rocket.
Most of you might remember the media coverage and obamas speeches about it.
2016-2017 North Korea launches four ballistic missiles and a few more satellites.The media is all over it and I know we all remember what trump
Do you see a pattern here?
2019-2020 North korea has fired more missiles in the last year than in all the years its been a country. But it's not all over the news. The potus
isn't talking about it or visiting saul. Why? Is the treat of covid and the economic issues just that more dangerous to the usa? Or is the reason
this isn't being covered because north korea was never a treat to the usa? Has south korea and north korea been used as a political pawns for all
these years by all these media groups and presidents? What do you guys think?
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North Korea is nothing more than a puppet state of the communist world.
The USA uses South Korea. It's just the tip, but imagine how frustrating that has to be to the Chinee for close to 70 years.
South Koreas youth is embracing communist ideals ... more so (IMO) with the decline of US society as a whole. We'll see where everyone's at in 20
years or so. South Korea badly needs a dumping ground for Hyundai and Samsung products. They know which hand is feeding them and which one is not.
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