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Tue, 26 Sep 2017 14:38 EDT
to Van Smith
Winning a just war means never having to say you're sorry.
Hi Everybody...on this plant
Mon, 25 Sep 2017 16:21 EDT
DPRK last mistake
If anyone can warn the DPRK leadership that we are about to change their geography; that would be helpful. And, they are not going to shoot down anything. And then they will be simply gone. Don't wanna do it; gotta do it to save the planet.
Ready Room
Mon, 25 Sep 2017 15:33 EDT
On my count, turn key, On my count, Fire, Good Bye Fat Boy all while you sleep!
MOS 8541
Mon, 25 Sep 2017 15:10 EDT
Cook the Gooks
Enough said!
James baumert
Mon, 25 Sep 2017 14:18 EDT
Problem between USA and n.korea
Kim Jung UN ,call trumps bluff and tell trump to sign peace treaty, n. Korea will halt rocket test and halt nuclear program and in return US will remove all troops from Korea. Also you should promise not to attack South Korea. After treaty is signed China japan s.korea and n. Korea could meet and decide how North Korea could start trading and economic operations between UN countries. A peace treaty would stop the insulting and threading of each other and help South Korea and North Korea to work out their difference peaceably, and maybe just maybe make korea one country. Diplomacy trumps war every time!
Ready Room
Thu, 21 Sep 2017 21:19 EDT
Why I hate liberals
Van Smith, Wood Turner550. Join your buddy North of the DMZ. Losers.
Thu, 21 Sep 2017 16:18 EDT
War crime proof
If North Korea would like proof of the war crimes committed by the USA in south Korea. I'm talking about black and white paper and they are not illegally acquired. The USA will even dishonors their veterans rather than have the truth be known.
van smith
Thu, 21 Sep 2017 06:16 EDT
war criminals
I would like to remind everyone that while many countries have threatened to use nuclear weapons of mass destruction, only one country, America, has had the arrogance to actually use them (2) on Japanese civilian non-combatants! War Crimes that have yet to be accounted for. The Orange Man seems to forget that he used a medical deferment to avoid military service. He seems forget what he says and cannot be trusted. In a democracy the people are responsible for the leaders they elect, and will always pay the debt, one way or the other.
Kohen Price
Sat, 16 Sep 2017 19:05 EDT
미국은 북한과의 전쟁을 원하지 않는다. 미래를 바라보고 한국이 하나의 나라가 될 때입니다.
André Criegers
Thu, 14 Sep 2017 07:54 EDT
Why North Korea so unhappy
I believe the North Koreans are frustrated by the lack of esteem they get for their weapon projects that include the H-bomb and the missile tests. I believe it would be wise to congratulate Kim Jong Il with these tests and ask him to stop developing these obsolete weapon systems that cannot be used and cannot protect him from total destruction. Why doesn't he accept we have a Kim in Belgium too who had much more success in the media when she won the Euro vision song contest with "J'aime j'aime la vie" and may start a dynasty of her own in Europe? Especially in BRUSSELS CITY, HOME OF MANNEKEN PIS, CENTER OF THE UNITED STATES OF BELGIUM, TRUMP OF EUROPE, CAPITAL OF THE WORLD.
I hope Kim Jong Il is worth the love of the children in his country he asks from them and understands he is making a fool of himself in a world where the internet makes it possible to consider all modern weapon systems as art and only use them as such and make life a voyage in outer space on board of STAR SHIP EARTH where we are all members of the crew. Including himself that is. I doubt his country is rich enough to allow him not to have a chance to show these modern weapon systems he develops elsewhere in the world and that he takes his people hostage if he continues to play democracy the way he does. Better is to forget his pride and understand that the threats expressed by president Donald J. Trump were meant for IS and not for him as the US administration knows very well he never breached the armistice between North and South Korea and is thus a disciplined soldier.
With kind regards and PAX ET BONUM,
André Criegers

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