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61North Korea . - Page 3 Empty Re: North Korea . on Sat Sep 10 2016, 10:55

Sluffy

Sluffy
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China pulls North Korea's strings.

If China embargoed them they would soon collapse.

It must suit China's interest to have a mod dog state on their leash to be barking and growling in the region.

When that time changes they will step back into line again.

62North Korea . - Page 3 Empty Re: North Korea . on Sat Sep 10 2016, 11:12

whatsgoingon

whatsgoingon
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
I agree with the China influence as I alluded to earlier but also like said previously Russia are also in play are probably supplying them with arms.
I get the sense at the moment that both Russia and China are sensing weakness in the Americans and the fact that they are stretched and would love an opportunity to put them down directly or even indirectly via a proxy as has been said.

63North Korea . - Page 3 Empty Re: North Korea . on Sat Sep 10 2016, 11:52

scottjames30

scottjames30
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Kim Wrong-un apparently killed his own uncle, when he lost a card game to him.

He put him in a cage with aload of starving dogs and so I've read, it wasn't nice.

If he could do that to his own family, he really couldn't give a shit about anybody else.

64North Korea . - Page 3 Empty Re: North Korea . on Sat Sep 10 2016, 11:54

whatsgoingon

whatsgoingon
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
@scottjames30 wrote:He put him in a cage with aload of starving dogs and so I've read, it wasn't nice
I thought that was an all you could eat buffet in Korea

65North Korea . - Page 3 Empty Re: North Korea . on Sat Sep 10 2016, 11:57

scottjames30

scottjames30
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@whatsgoingon wrote:
@scottjames30 wrote:He put him in a cage with aload of starving dogs and so I've read, it wasn't nice
I thought that was an all you could eat buffet in Korea
I'm amazed he's not been wiped out yet, he's a dangerous mad man, who believes in aliens and shit.

66North Korea . - Page 3 Empty Re: North Korea . on Sat Sep 10 2016, 12:02

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Sluffy wrote:China pulls North Korea's strings.

If China embargoed them they would soon collapse.

It must suit China's interest to have a mod dog state on their leash to be barking and growling in the region.

When that time changes they will step back into line again.

 a mod dog state? Was that a freudian slip Sluffy?  Laughing

67North Korea . - Page 3 Empty Re: North Korea . on Sat Sep 10 2016, 12:08

Sluffy

Sluffy
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@Norpig wrote:
@Sluffy wrote:China pulls North Korea's strings.

If China embargoed them they would soon collapse.

It must suit China's interest to have a mod dog state on their leash to be barking and growling in the region.

When that time changes they will step back into line again.

 a mod dog state? Was that a freudian slip Sluffy?  Laughing

Very Happy

Probably!

68North Korea . - Page 3 Empty Re: North Korea . on Sat Sep 10 2016, 12:16

Bread2.0

Bread2.0
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
@scottjames30 wrote:

I'm amazed he's not been wiped out yet, he's a dangerous mad man, who believes in aliens and shit.

You and "the wife" had a row, then...?

69North Korea . - Page 3 Empty Re: North Korea . on Sat Sep 10 2016, 12:40

whatsgoingon

whatsgoingon
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
@Bread2.0 wrote:
@scottjames30 wrote:

I'm amazed he's not been wiped out yet, he's a dangerous mad man, who believes in aliens and shit.

You and "the wife" had a row, then...?
Ooh edgy bants again

70North Korea . - Page 3 Empty Re: North Korea . on Sat Sep 10 2016, 12:42

Bread2.0

Bread2.0
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
You're getting boring now.

Pack it in.

71North Korea . - Page 3 Empty Re: North Korea . on Sat Sep 10 2016, 12:44

whatsgoingon

whatsgoingon
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
@Bread2.0 wrote:
@scottjames30 wrote:

I'm amazed he's not been wiped out yet, he's a dangerous mad man, who believes in aliens and shit.

You and "the wife" had a row, then...?
And this isn't boring ?

72North Korea . - Page 3 Empty Re: North Korea . on Sat Sep 10 2016, 12:48

Bread2.0

Bread2.0
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
Why are you so determined to stir up shit?

I posted a harmless joke continuing the on-going theme about Scott and Boggers being in a relationship (started by Whittam, by the way, not me) and you're all over it, trying to kick off a row.

Grow up.

73North Korea . - Page 3 Empty Re: North Korea . on Sat Sep 10 2016, 21:46

gloswhite

gloswhite
Guðni Bergsson
Guðni Bergsson
He must be the only leaders that none of his government, or citizens, wants to ingratiate themselves with.

74North Korea . - Page 3 Empty Re: North Korea . on Sun Sep 11 2016, 10:20

rammywhite

rammywhite
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
I doubt that China or Russia would trust him with any serious weaponry as he's irresponsible enough to turn it on them. The nuclear tests that they are managing are about 60 years behind the nuclear capacity of countries surrounding him- so all that bombast is merely rhetoric.
I don't really understand why more advanced nations even bother taking him seriously  as everyone  of them could wipe him off the map in minutes -and he knows it. All the bombast is for domestic consumption only.
South Korea has access to US nuclear weapons as has Japan.
The integration of the Chinese and US economies is such that all you would get from them is a war of words and they both understand that MAD means MAD. Russia is just a surly sullen regional player who's only real value is nuisance value. If they want  a scrap then they'll get one in the Pacific basin from the US and from Europe from US based weapon systems there. Again all that would happen is a war of words.
Personally all I would do from an international perspective is simply not take North Korea seriously. Its good television but in the broad range of things its an irrelevance, a flea bite.
The only real problem with them is the way that they treat their citizens and that's a humanitarian issue and not  really a political one, in the purest sense of that word.
Seoul could take out Pyongyang in an hour if it so chose.

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