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May 11, 2018, 02:32:10 PM
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this is how long lasting peace can be achieved. I think first agricultural products : beefs and beers. but beyond that it means a lot of people getting online in the global economy. I have no doubts of the capacity of the north koreans to be efficent in some industries... they after all accomplished the manhattan project and the moon project Smiley.

One sure thing the mistake of russia post soviet union must not be reproduced... a gentle, soft, fair opening... beefs and beers... maybe even weed? who knows Smiley


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May 12, 2018, 04:58:21 PM
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North Korea's land is largely unexploited. They have large untapped reserves of oil, industrial metals, etc. They could probably be very prosperous if they had a working, global economy. Though I've heard some speculate that one of the reasons the US has been so consistently hostile to North Korea (eg. violating the terms of the nuclear agreement from a few decades ago; though not to say that NK isn't an insane, dictatorial regime) is that they want to either have significant control over these resources, or they want nobody to have these resources.

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May 12, 2018, 11:00:10 PM
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North Korea's land is largely unexploited. They have large untapped reserves of oil, industrial metals, etc. They could probably be very prosperous if they had a working, global economy. Though I've heard some speculate that one of the reasons the US has been so consistently hostile to North Korea (eg. violating the terms of the nuclear agreement from a few decades ago; though not to say that NK isn't an insane, dictatorial regime) is that they want to either have significant control over these resources, or they want nobody to have these resources.
Well if there is something that I am sure that they would be able to export to the USA, then am sure that that there is always an unlimited number of soldiers that the North Koreans can export.



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May 13, 2018, 05:45:08 AM
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The North Korean terrain is not suitable for intensive terrain and that means that the scope for agricultural exports is limited. On top of that, the US is one of the largest agricultural exporters in the world right now. In future, REE can be exported from the DPRK to the US. North Korea has significant deposits of REE and they are in great demand around the world.

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May 20, 2018, 05:40:47 PM
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North Korea's land is largely unexploited. They have large untapped reserves of oil, industrial metals, etc. They could probably be very prosperous if they had a working, global economy. Though I've heard some speculate that one of the reasons the US has been so consistently hostile to North Korea (eg. violating the terms of the nuclear agreement from a few decades ago; though not to say that NK isn't an insane, dictatorial regime) is that they want to either have significant control over these resources, or they want nobody to have these resources.
That's correct. The USA is always looking for money and resources abroad and trying to manipulate public opinion to show its actions as justified. If we look at the facts, the US invaded Iraq because they were supposed to be producing nuclear weapons, which turned out to be a lie. They did not leave the country when this lie came to life, no, they kept robbing and exploiting it for years. This was the real reason for the invasion, but since the propaganda turned most of the world into its allies in this attack, there was no pressure on the USA to leave in disgrace.
The same plan is being put into motion now with NK. Show them as oppressed people in need of freedom and help from the West. Isn't that how the Vietnamese were portrayed prior to the invasion?

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