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March 17, 2018, 03:39:11 PM
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North Korea just launched its Ballistic Missile. Should the world be alarmed?

I would say yes. Because kim jong un is provoking war against any country that opposes him. Having acquired nukes gives them confidence and a sense of power because of threat.

But reallisticaly, with just one bomb the whole north korea can be erased on the face of the earth. I just hope it won't come to that point.

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March 17, 2018, 04:28:54 PM
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North Korea can soon become a terror to every part of the country.
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March 17, 2018, 05:27:15 PM
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North Korea is very interesting country. It's like a big reality show but it's not.Grin I don't know why people of north korea still not made revolution.

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March 17, 2018, 06:00:42 PM
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 I think that in North Korea there is not a dictator but more ,a criminal that use his people for to make money and live as a King,i am feel so sorry for all citizen of North Korea.They have to work for few coins and live in totally poverty.This is a big drama.They are slave of the regime. It is really unbelievable.
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March 18, 2018, 02:40:51 AM
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North Korea is a simple country, people have just made a hype of it.
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March 18, 2018, 05:08:28 AM
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North Korea is a simple country, people have just made a hype of it.

No... you can't call a country simple when they keep 350,000 political prisoners in labor camps, in appalling conditions. Also, you need to remember that they are one of the few nations in the world which possess nuclear weapons and ICBMs.

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March 18, 2018, 07:33:18 PM
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If North Korea is trying to save their people then it is good and practical.
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March 18, 2018, 08:47:17 PM
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I think North Korea have every right to have nuclear weapons. Just because america doesn't agree with them, why are they wrong to defend themselves? If there was oil in the country, american would have invaded them by now.
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March 19, 2018, 12:35:20 AM
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I think that it is a right of every country to save their people, but war should be there last resort.
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March 29, 2018, 11:09:48 AM
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North Korea has sent an open letter to a number of parliaments, including Australia's, to announce itself as a fully fledged nuclear power, and say any attempt by the US to destroy it could lead to "horrible nuclear disaster"
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March 30, 2018, 03:59:59 AM
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thinking about my north korean country there is little knowledge about that country. North Korea has foreign cultural restrictions that enter the country, such as fast food in the form of kfc, mcdonald starbacks and so on we can not find in the country.jean jeanswhich we often use will not be encountered in the country. nuclear weapons problems that reportedly exist but there is no proof .
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March 30, 2018, 05:49:51 AM
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North Korea has sent an open letter to a number of parliaments, including Australia's, to announce itself as a fully fledged nuclear power, and say any attempt by the US to destroy it could lead to "horrible nuclear disaster"

From where did you got this news? I searched all the major news sites, and I can't find anything related to this. On the other hand, from what I have heard, North Korea has agreed to freeze its nuclear program. 

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April 27, 2018, 07:32:22 AM
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Some seismic stuff going on in the DMZ:

http://www.bbc.com/news/live/world-asia-43903305

For the first time ever, the North Korean leader crossed on to South Korea, to meet the RoK president.  There are indications that Kim Jong Un may visit Seoul in future.

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April 27, 2018, 02:05:11 PM
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Yes, we all should be alarmed. It is a form of threat for everyone where they put risk in people. It is not a great move but what's great move is the recent event where the presidents of North and South Korea meets in the boundary of the two said countries. It is a great move for the country for the start of peace of the two countries. Hoping that North Korea would continue those moves towards peace.

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April 27, 2018, 05:09:32 PM
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Just saw it released on the news today North Korea has officially ended the war they have with the South.
It was posted on multiple news outlets as well and showing both sides presidents shaking hands as part of the deal.
This should be viewed as a pact right?
Of course Trump is saying it was because of his influence on both of those two countries. Cheesy
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April 28, 2018, 06:44:08 AM
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Just saw it released on the news today North Korea has officially ended the war they have with the South.
It was posted on multiple news outlets as well and showing both sides presidents shaking hands as part of the deal.
This should be viewed as a pact right?
Of course Trump is saying it was because of his influence on both of those two countries. Cheesy

I am a supporter of Trump, but his role was pretty limited in this pact. It was made possible only after both the North Korean leader (Kim Jong Un) and the South Korean president (Moon Jae In) made solid concessions with their political positions. In particular, I'd say that it was a brave move by the much vilified North Korean leader Kim. 

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April 28, 2018, 11:52:30 PM
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North Korea is only a threat to South Korea and no one else. At the start of last November, America began posturing for war against North Korea and Syria. Like the RSII-Coalition, North Korea believed that deterrence would work, since disarmament proved ineffectual for Libya. Two weeks later, China was pushing the US to agree to a Double Freeze de-escalation and denuclearization with North Korea, as South Koreans protested in the streets for peace. The Double Freeze agreement was vetoed by America, but after Trump visited South Korea the focus of military aggression switched from North Korea to Russia. North Korea does not have vast oil reserves, and Kim Jon-un just wants to survive and maintain his power, so there is no incentive for escalation other than fearmonger to the populace to justify increases in military spending. If North Korea went to war with the US then it would definitely be the result of a chemical false flag attack blamed on North Korea. Up until this year, when Turkey smuggled empty canisters into Syria or Al-Nusra kidnapped civilians from Ghouta and Douma and staged a sarin attack, the CIA and White Helmets would traditionally place the blame (preemptively) on Putin and Assad. So the fact that this month's latest chemical false flag attack (in which no one died) has been blamed on Putin and Assad (rather than on a prank played on people suffering from hypoxia in a waiting room), indicates that the US is no longer focused on escalating against North Korea due to South Korea's strong economic ties to China and NATO.

Denuclearization could change this, but the fact that Kim Jong-un is willing to enter South Korea and negotiate face-to-face with President Moon indicates that he now feels safe enough to give up his deterrence strategy. Both leaders were smiling and confident, which means that military tension is low. If Kim Jong-un felt threatened by anyone, he would not be visiting South Korea, and President Moon would not be visiting North Korea.

The leaders of both North & South Korea literally crossing borders, shaking hands, and talking face-to-face was the best diplomatic move they could have made, and a confident step towards peace in East Asia.

Trump's Tweet: "Wow, we haven’t given up anything & they have agreed to denuclearization (so great for World), site closure, & no more testing!"

Video: A day of historic talks - BBC News
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April 29, 2018, 06:17:54 AM
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North Korea would not launched Ballistic Missile just for nothing. To be be honest, I do not have many information known about Missiles that is why I cannot explain what are the possible effects of these today or in the future. Thus, I'd like to think that we shouldn't be paranoid about the said launching of Ballistic Missile. However, there is no harm in being alarmed especially that we are doing it for the sake of self-learning and awareness and not for us to make false accusations to North Korea. This issue of concern is a responsibility of the authority of expertise in the field to explain and resolve. It is their duty to assure people that nothing bad will happen, if really  there's none. And it is their obligation to solve this if there's something bad that will possibly happen.

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April 29, 2018, 07:55:31 PM
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I feel bad for the North Koreans. They have been suffering now for decades and they have got a really ruthless leader. But I don't support the Americans as well. They are just provoking the tensions in the region.

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April 29, 2018, 08:40:33 PM
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The world does not need to be afraid of a fat little man. All that he is capable of is to gain some preferences from the United States. Everything will end with the complete disarmament of this country in exchange for financial injections from the US
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