The Forthcoming War With North Korea

Pimpernel Smith

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No sympathy from me. Why are sworn enemies going to each other's country?

It's like going to an Argentine going to Falklands and flying the Argentine flag.
That's really heartless, he was tortured to death for a student prank. He didn't deserve that.

You could go to the Falklands and fly the Argentine flag - which is worse thing than stealing a propaganda poster that you only want to frame at home as a remembrance of your trip - and that has been done by the way and nothing would happen to you. Certainly not tortured to death.

The equivalence is absurd.
 
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That's really heartless, he was tortured to death for a student prank. He didn't deserve that.

You could go to the Falklands and fly the Argentine flag - which is worse thing than stealing a propaganda poster that you only want to frame at home as a remembrance of your trip - and that has been done by the way and nothing would happen to you. Certainly not tortured to death.

The equivalence is absurd.
But wait, the Coroner's report conflicts with the parents:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...contradicts-Otto-Warmbier-torture-claims.html
 

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Surgeons remove worms and parasites from North Korean defector

"While treating the wounds, surgeons found the large parasites, which may be reflective of poor nutrition and health in North Korea's military, the hospital said. Doctors measured the soldier as being 1.7 meters (5.6 feet) tall, but weighing just 60 kilograms (132 pounds)."

60kg for 1.7m is malnutrition? I'm the same height and I'm 62.5kg and I'm not eating a North Korean diet of worms and whatever the hell he was consuming.
 

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The man we wouldn't call short and fat says he can reach the continental US with nukes now :omgrunanimation:
I thought we were safe in the northeast and it'd reach as far as Chicago but I see the graphics have been updated now. Of course if they ever launch one and the warhead blows up in the atmosphere by accident then we're all screwed.

I vote for a pre-emptive strike. Irradiate all sorts of Koreans and they'll have the sense to push back and sue for peace like the Japanese. That type of negotiation stance worked during the Cold War.
 
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