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North Korea Says It Is Not Bound by Six-Party Talks on Missile Tests

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Lupinus, Jun 20, 2006.

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  1. Lupinus

    Lupinus Well-Known Member


    Rest is on the link. Also a headline says we (US) have activated our missile defense system. Maybe I'm ignorant or still just half asleep, but thoughts on what that entails and means?
  2. Deanimator

    Deanimator Well-Known Member

    They ARE however bound by E=MC<sup>2</sup>... a lesson they seem more and more likely to learn firsthand from the Japanese...
  3. Manedwolf

    Manedwolf member

    I would find it highly amusing if the US missile defense, if it works, popped the Korean missile out of the air as soon as it was over international waters.

    Wouldn't THAT just p*** in their cornflakes... :)
  4. Lupinus

    Lupinus Well-Known Member


    I want to be the fly in the room so I can see the look on Kim Jong-il's face.

    "Sir it took off but...."

    ":eek: :what: :eek: :uhoh: "

    :neener: :evil: :neener:
  5. JesseJames

    JesseJames Well-Known Member

    The U.S. has a missile defense system? I thought this thing was a decade away in terms of being fielded.
    It gets tiring dealing with that nut of a nation. I was in the hopes that there was some kind of resistance group in that country that we could work with clandestinely. But the regimes power is so complete and crushing there is nothing to work with.
    Even if we could "chop off the head", the people are so brainwashed into believing that the "Great Leader" is a God and that America is evil it would take at least 2 generations to purge the society.
    A war would of course be the final course. It would be a bloodbath. Those Koreans will fight and fight hard.
    I wonder what the Chinese and the Russians think about their little neighbor. In a way N. Korea is their progeny.
  6. offthepaper

    offthepaper Well-Known Member

    I don't beleive the Russians or China think it's a good idea to have a nuclear armed flake like Kim sharing a common border with either. Kim pretty much does whatever he wants, whether it makes sense to him or anyone else. He might get lip service from both, but you don't see the massive military aid they enjoyed in days gone by. He does need to be dealt with though. Maybe we should make a test of an older nuc (say, circa 1953 or so, to let him know what his father missed).:D :evil:
  7. Art Eatman

    Art Eatman Administrator Staff Member

    Of interest, obviously, but not THR stuff...

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