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    Don't see much of it being down to the self appointed The World Police Force, but more to do with President Xi telling their little lap dog to jump through the hoop.

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    Received this hilarious letter which mimics the clowns

    I do understand that you need help with regards to deleting your finished order. I can relate on how you feel right now because I'm a consumer as well. Please don't worry and please
    bare with me. I will do everything possible to help you on your problem.
    I used to have a job at a calendar factory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    It's less of a growing economy than another bubble waiting to burst.

    As to Kim reining in his aggressive behaviour and being nice to Korea, if it took an imbecile in the Whitehouse to convince him he'd get what he wants, then good luck. If you are under the delusional impression that the US is the only country that's applied sanctions against the DPRK in recent years, you need to educate yourself.

    As for your other drivel, the only chance of Kim launching a nuke would have been if the imbecile had started it; being a dopey fucker and surrounding himself with warmongerers like Bolton and Pompeo makes the likelihood of further military incursions MORE likely, not less.
    Being medically trained i could suggest some meds for you, but you seem so distanced from reality that I wouldn't feel comfortable subscribing you anything without a personal diagnosis. But from afar batshit crazy is my initial diagnosis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Being medically trained i could suggest some meds for you, but you seem so distanced from reality that I wouldn't feel comfortable subscribing you anything without a personal diagnosis.
    Did you regularly write subscriptions for patients?
    Last edited by cyrille; 28-04-2018 at 08:47 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Any expert worth his salt will tell you that Kim's dream is to get his photo around the world with baldy orange cunto
    Are you the one?

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    Notwithstanding all the hows and whys the Fat Boy had to come with his ears and cock down I stand with my kudos to the SK president Moon who has done the trick.

    All this is not for a de-nuclearization but de-separation. For that the SK have engaged a lot of staff to care for.

    Then, of course, the golden Don with his Melody Boys have no other choice than to jump on the band wagon - for the moment. They have got some time to look out for a "solution" - that's why the first date was April, later May, now June? They do not have so many vacations at McDonald (and Starbuck either) for the 30,000 servicemen/women, do they? (anybody likes to be served?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    We see hw many kids have been droned in Syria Yemen etc Kim and Trump should be on the UN most wanted list
    This is new to me: Kim = drones, Syria, Yemen (any source?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    As for your other drivel, the only chance of Kim launching a nuke would have been if the imbecile had started it; being a dopey fucker and surrounding himself with warmongerers like Bolton and Pompeo makes the likelihood of further military incursions MORE likely, not less.
    *****

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Notwithstanding all the hows and whys the Fat Boy had to come with his ears and cock down I stand with my kudos to the SK president Moon who has done the trick.

    All this is not for a de-nuclearization but de-separation. For that the SK have engaged a lot of staff to care for.

    Then, of course, the golden Don with his Melody Boys have no other choice than to jump on the band wagon - for the moment. They have got some time to look out for a "solution" - that's why the first date was April, later May, now June? They do not have so many vacations at McDonald (and Starbuck either) for the 30,000 servicemen/women, do they? (anybody likes to be served?)
    The DPRK President crossed the border with his head held high. He obviously (watch the video), or the prearranged "surprise", suggested to the ROK President to cross-back into North Korea. NO limp dick or embarrassment.

    But I concur the ROK President and his government have taken an ambitious step.

    De-nuclearization is a wish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    But I concur the ROK President and his government have taken an ambitious step
    Ambitious but he made no secret of his intentions during the Presidential campaign. He was elected in spite of hard line opposition.

    No doubt Kim faces hard line resistance back home so to a degree he is taking more risk than ROK pres.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    I think Kim is slick, and is playing everyone. Based on nothing but my gut.
    What they need to do now is go along with Kim...let him think he has won so he doesn't loose face with his people..Trump will know this ...he is playing his cards to perfection...the Trump way. But after this hope is all good..it's long over due.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mozzbie47 View Post
    Trump will know this ...he is playing his cards to perfection...the Trump way.



    You are joking, right?

    Trump as a masterful card player?

    Kim has just been brought to heel by China.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    *****

    'arry you OK, is somebody holding a knife to your throat?
    Unfortunately that's your problem HoHo:

    You have a complete inability to see shades, it's just Ameristani black vs your idol Putin for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Kim has just been brought to heel by China.
    Yep. The most powerful man in the world is the puppet master behind all this. China's goal is to get US influence out of Asia. Demilitartion of the Korean penninsula is certainly a big step toward it's goal. China's tightening of trade with NK had nothing to do with appeasing Trump. It was to show Kim who held all the cards and he best do what he is told to do. Let us not forget Kim made a visit to China before any of this reconcilliation talk ever started. Kim was no doubt told exactly what to do or else.
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    No doubt Kim faces hard line resistance back home so to a degree he is taking more risk than ROK pres.
    Any link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    No doubt Kim faces hard line resistance back home so to a degree he is taking more risk than ROK pres.
    Or he'll just have anyone who disagrees with him executed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Or he'll just have anyone who disagrees with him executed.
    Any link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Any link?
    No and you won't get one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Any link?
    Yeah

    Link

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    How sweet that they met at the DMZ and planted a tree together. I don't think there was ever a serious threat by NK leader to nuke SK.. just veiled threats that were an ongoing attention seeking dramatization by Kim.

    NK and SK won't ever unificate as they are just too different. Another paparazzi moment imo for the powers that be.
    The crossing of the demarcation line was kind of cool.. I remember being there at that spot a long time ago.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Thailandbound View Post
    NK and SK won't ever unificate as they are just too different.
    I'm pretty sure they won't ever "unificate" either, whatever the fuck that means.

    What you're forgetting is that it's only 70-odd years ago that they were one country and for 35 years before that it was under Japanese rule; There are plenty of families related on either side of the divide - not to mention a common language.

    They will unify eventually. Just look at the Berlin Wall. Dictators don't last forever, ask Honecker/Saddam/Qadafi/Amin, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thailandbound View Post
    Another paparazzi moment
    Yes, did you notice they are drawn to the glamour of Kim like ants to a honeypot, constantly trying to get uptrousersuit shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    No doubt Kim faces hard line resistance back home
    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Or he'll just have anyone who disagrees with him executed.
    I presume by back home you mean DPRK rather than China, if correct the sheeple ^ who believe he is beyond the pale already.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thailandbound View Post
    NK and SK won't ever unificate as they are just too different
    "Won't ever" is an awfully long time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thailandbound View Post
    Another paparazzi moment imo for the powers that be.
    One advantage of recording events on video is that it makes any attempt to be "selective" or biased to reinforce previous portrayed agendas, in the reports obvious.

    In this case the first reports announce that in headlines and photos that the DPRK President crossed the border into ROK. The later videos showed that the ROK President, also, crossed the border into DPRK, was not "reported" or illustrated.

    In addition after the two Presidents returned to the ROK side, the ROK President indicated, by gesturing, it was time to 'move on". At this point the DPRK President suggested, or kept to the script, that the ROK President may wish to reciprocate and step over into DRPK. That to me, was the most interesting and poignant moment.

    If part of the scripted , "world event" was exceptionally delivered. If an off the cuff suggestion it indicated, both the Presidents were confident enough and able to think and act on the spot.

    Some alleged "world" leaders would not be that accommodating IMHO.
    Last edited by OhOh; 28-04-2018 at 04:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    There are plenty of families related on either side of the divide - not to mention a common language
    Yes, 30,000 defectors live in South Korea feeling like strangers and not treated well at all. Like this lady's story. Hopefully she can return to her home in NK this year.
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...ant-to-go-back



    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    They will unify eventually. Just look at the Berlin Wall. Dictators don't last forever, ask Honecker/Saddam/Qadafi/Amin, etc.
    Perhaps, but I highly doubt in my lifetime. From what I know, they are very different countries. South Korean people don't like to even want to recognize North Korea and I certainly learned the hard way never to call South Korea.. 'Korea'. It is South Korea to them.

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    "Unificate". And she says she's a teacher? Fucking illiterate retard.

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