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NK stops SK workers from entering kasong industrial complex in NK near the border, SK workers are told to leave

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"We're going to shut down one of the only positive parts of our economy. That'll show them!"

North Korea is starting to run out of threats. If things don't start cooling down I wouldn't be surprised if they decided to lob some shells at South Korea.

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I wouldn't limit things to the US, China and the two Koreas. Russia and Japan are also right there.

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If a conflict erupts, It could possibly expand to regional or global conflict, depending on which side China and/or Russia decides to play.

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I don't think Russia or China are willing to risk war over North Korea. While having a buffer state is nice and all dealing with all the crazy seems to be wearing very thin. Plus I doubt China wants millions of refuees flooding over the border.

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The US is moving an advanced missile system to the Pacific island of Guam as a precaution following threats by North Korea, the Pentagon has said:

http://bbc.in/17dsPww

Edited by Star of the Sea
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I hope Jong-un is just blowing smoke but it doesn't hurt to be prepared. I hope we never have to use them.

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The North Korean army is warning Washington that its military has been cleared to wage an attack using "smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear" weapons.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/04/03/north-korea-warns-military-cleared-to-wage-nuclear-attack/#ixzz2PRUqVX6c

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I wish I had some words of advice for our military and state department, as I hear that their "crystal's gone dark."

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Some neat way to hand N. Korea over to the Chinese, perhaps by having a purge in the N. Korean Communist party, is what is needed for the short term. The Chinese would have their buffer state and the west could have a cessation of all the provocations and the nuclear development.

Longer term, of course, Korea should be unified -- indeed, must be unified -- but a few generations are needed to bring the North up to a level where the South can absorb them. A hundred years or so under a Vietnam-style Communist party, highly friendly to both China and Russia and not hostile to the South or the US, with market economic reforms would achieve this. At that point some overall agreement about Korea and Taiwan could probably be achieved.

The problem of course is the regime now installed and, predictably, with no intention of going away. Ways to get this done that don't involve serious military action are hard to imagine, but not impossible, were the US to signal a willingness to see active Chinese intervention there and the Russians to look the other way. I don't think an actual Chinese invasion would be necessary -- this is, after all, a Communist party with good discipline. A few twists and terns of certain levers at the top might do it.

Hard to say for sure; one thing, though, it is important that something happen before the North has long-range missiles and more dependable bombs. At that point catastrophe for all involved and maybe the rest of the world seems unavoidable.

One final point: it may be that all this provocation is part of a deal between N. Korea and Iran to distract world attention from what the Iranians are doing.

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False flag.

It's too obvious especially considering this day and age.

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Never forget that China was inducted into the WTO days after 911 when nobody was paying attention.

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Some neat way to hand N. Korea over to the Chinese, perhaps by having a purge in the N. Korean Communist party, is what is needed for the short term. The Chinese would have their buffer state and the west could have a cessation of all the provocations and the nuclear development.

Longer term, of course, Korea should be unified -- indeed, must be unified -- but a few generations are needed to bring the North up to a level where the South can absorb them. A hundred years or so under a Vietnam-style Communist party, highly friendly to both China and Russia and not hostile to the South or the US, with market economic reforms would achieve this. At that point some overall agreement about Korea and Taiwan could probably be achieved.

The problem of course is the regime now installed and, predictably, with no intention of going away. Ways to get this done that don't involve serious military action are hard to imagine, but not impossible, were the US to signal a willingness to see active Chinese intervention there and the Russians to look the other way. I don't think an actual Chinese invasion would be necessary -- this is, after all, a Communist party with good discipline. A few twists and terns of certain levers at the top might do it.

Hard to say for sure; one thing, though, it is important that something happen before the North has long-range missiles and more dependable bombs. At that point catastrophe for all involved and maybe the rest of the world seems unavoidable.

One final point: it may be that all this provocation is part of a deal between N. Korea and Iran to distract world attention from what the Iranians are doing.

China is not run by communists anymore

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China is not run by communists anymore

Oh dear I don't think they know that yet.

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Oh dear I don't think they know that yet.

lol :su

Anyway SK says NK has moved Missile to the South East coast of the country and believes it is a "drill" or "exercise".

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False flag.

It's too obvious especially considering this day and age.

What are we being misdirected from with this FF? I don't understand.

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False flag.

It's too obvious especially considering this day and age.

So you are telling me North Korea is under the control of some secret US Organization and this whole thing is being orchestrated for some nefarious reasons?

99.99% of the time the simplest truth is the real truth. A Crazy dictator is threatening his neighbour and his neighbours Biggest Ally because he can. His Military is crazy enough to pull the trigger too.

~Thanato

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Saw this article this morning on Yahoo: http://news.yahoo.com/nkorea-clears-military-attack-us-012016144.html

Someone needs to tell fat boy that if he messes with the US or any of our allies, we will turn is country into a parking lot! :yes:

I wish someone would tell that idiot to go "F" himself...

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We all know what has happened in the past when they have test fired a missile. I wonder what are they going to do when they end up nuking China instead of us, SK or Japan.

Jong-un reminds me of some of these people that have committed mass murder. All the signs were there that they were going to do it but no one thought they would.

NK has started working on restarting that nuclear reactor.

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China really needs to step in and control Jong-un. I do believe everything he is doing is to bolster his image to the N Koreans, but he will make a mistake and go too far. His stupidity is going to kill many more, besides the many N Koreans he has already killed.

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Some neat way to hand N. Korea over to the Chinese, perhaps by having a purge in the N. Korean Communist party, is what is needed for the short term. The Chinese would have their buffer state and the west could have a cessation of all the provocations and the nuclear development.

Longer term, of course, Korea should be unified -- indeed, must be unified -- but a few generations are needed to bring the North up to a level where the South can absorb them. A hundred years or so under a Vietnam-style Communist party, highly friendly to both China and Russia and not hostile to the South or the US, with market economic reforms would achieve this. At that point some overall agreement about Korea and Taiwan could probably be achieved.

The problem of course is the regime now installed and, predictably, with no intention of going away. Ways to get this done that don't involve serious military action are hard to imagine, but not impossible, were the US to signal a willingness to see active Chinese intervention there and the Russians to look the other way. I don't think an actual Chinese invasion would be necessary -- this is, after all, a Communist party with good discipline. A few twists and terns of certain levers at the top might do it.

Hard to say for sure; one thing, though, it is important that something happen before the North has long-range missiles and more dependable bombs. At that point catastrophe for all involved and maybe the rest of the world seems unavoidable.

One final point: it may be that all this provocation is part of a deal between N. Korea and Iran to distract world attention from what the Iranians are doing.

You make me laugh at your ignorance of the situation.

China are not lining up their forces along the North Korean border to invade. They are preparing to drive the US out of North Korea if they try it on just like what happened last time.

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Why would he target Austin, TX?

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You make me laugh at your ignorance of the situation.

China are not lining up their forces along the North Korean border to invade. They are preparing to drive the US out of North Korea if they try it on just like what happened last time.

You have some special connection in Beijing that tells you this? I suspect the troops are to handle an onrush of refugees, truth to tell, and that the movements have been exaggerated. An invasion is not how the Chinese would do it.

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