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North Korea and the Hydrogen Bomb


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#1 Aint

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Posted 06 January 2016 - 08:07 PM

North Korea claims to have successfully detonated a hydrogen bomb. The global community is skeptical.

What ever they did in the northern part of their country registered as about 5 earthquake that was felt in nearby China.

A North Korean citizen, possibly reciting from a script, or possibly just parroting propaganda, said it is the right thing for North Korea to do this because the US is waiting to invade his country.

Well then.

#2 Dax

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Posted 07 January 2016 - 08:27 AM

I don't believe the US wants to invade North Korea. There's nothing in that shitbag country worth having. They have no mineral resources, no culture to speak of, the people live in a constant state of oppression, and the family leadership under the Kims has been at best dismal. I think the US would like the Norks to open up and become part of the global community, but since that isn't going to happen, North Korea will remain an isolated pustule on the face of the earth.



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Posted 07 January 2016 - 06:54 PM

The US would be mad to invade Norsth Korea. Souel is on the border and would be destroy or heavily damage in the first attack by North Korea. Of course South Korea would eventually win the war. But China ould not allow another Capitalit state n its borders.





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