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Old August 11th, 2017, 07:39 PM   #31
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I love all the people here who are against intervening in DRNK have been hell bent on going to war w/ russia for the better part of a year.


Is this maybe because DRNK is the democratic socialism that all of our regressive friends dream of?


I mean after the fall of Venezuela and china moving more towards a capitalistic economy they are the best example of a viable socialist economy.
What an ignorant thing to say, simply amazing.
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Old August 11th, 2017, 08:29 PM   #32
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No, no one has been hell bent on going to war with Russia, no matter how many times you repeat that lie.

That tactic - repeat till true - and that particular lie identify a Kekistani.
Oh no, you mean the "no fly zones" that you all supported were going to end in rainbows and butterflies?

I'm sorry but I think instigating a nation that literally has a plan for nuclear winter and autonomous murder robots ready to rock in case their nation falls is a bit more terrifying than a 30yo dictator setting off 1970s technology into the ocean.

Lil Kim is just posturing. In the past he has thrown these little temper tantrums and we give him shit. I think this approach may work better since the the other one obviously did not. He starts kicking over kitchen chairs and throwing Cheerios on the floor instead of buying him ice cream we send him to dinner w/o dinner.
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What an ignorant thing to say, simply amazing.
Hi holly, thanks for chiming in w/ your always enlightening input.


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I love all the people here who are against intervening in DRNK have been hell bent on going to war w/ russia for the better part of a year.

Is this maybe because DRNK is the democratic socialism that all of our regressive friends dream of?

I mean after the fall of Venezuela and china moving more towards a capitalistic economy they are the best example of a viable socialist economy.
No, no one has been hell bent on going to war with Russia, no matter how many times you repeat that lie.

That tactic - repeat till true - and that particular lie identify a Kekistani.
Oh no, you mean the "no fly zones" that you all supported were going to end in rainbows and butterflies

I'm sorry but I think instigating a nation that literally has a plan for nuclear winter and autonomous murder robots ready to rock in case their nation falls is a bit more terrifying than a 30yo dictator setting off 1970s technology into the ocean.

Lil Kim is just posturing. In the past he has thrown these little temper tantrums and we give him shit. I think this approach may work better since the the other one obviously did not. He starts kicking over kitchen chairs and throwing Cheerios on the floor instead of buying him ice cream we send him to dinner w/o dinner.
It's must be such a luxury to claim the right to make up reality on the fly.

Your first departure from reality is: "...all the people here who are against intervening in DRNK have been hell bent on going to war w/ russia."

The second: "...you mean the "no fly zones" that you all supported were going to end in rainbows and butterflies?"

In the first departure, months back you began to maintain that a person either supported outright capitulation to whatever Vlad wants to pull, capitulation up to and including abandoning longtime allies "if need be," or else, a person must be hellbent on going to war with Russia, a classic false dichotomy.

In the second departure, with no basis you claim "that you all supported" no-fly zones. Who's y'all? Who are you talking to, me, or a larger audience? I've never supported no-fly zones. That was a stupid as shit idea. stupider than shit in fact. As for things ending in rainbows and butterflies, it seems your pathway to it includes war.

How neoconish of you Sabcat. I knew you had it in ya somewhere.

But seriously, I think Kimmie is best ignored. If he pulls any shit, his empire and his life most likely are over. I think his will to live will cause him restraint. Yeah, he's got nukes, and yes, it's his "style," but that's all he's got and if he uses his nukes, he dies. No more Kimchee mignon for Jimmie!!

On the other hand, you've made the neocon case for preemptive war. Same as it always was.
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Trump’s North Korea strategy: A lot like Obama’s

Despite warning that U.S. patience with Kim Jong Un 'is over,' the president is so far relying on sanctions and diplomatic pressure to try to curb North Korea’s nuclear ambitions.

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08/08/2017 05:11 AM EDT


President Donald Trump has vowed a "very severe" response to North Korea's escalating development of missiles and nuclear weapons. But behind closed doors, the Trump administration is pursuing a strategy that's not all that different from President Barack Obama's approach.

Administration officials are saying privately that a preventive military attack is "not on the table," said Bruce Klingner, a veteran intelligence agent who works as a senior research fellow for northeast Asia at the influential Heritage Foundation. Instead, he said, they’re pursuing a five-part strategy similar to what the Obama administration employed — one that includes increasing pressure on both North Korea and the other countries that facilitate Kim Jong Un’s weapons program.

Other elements include increasing military readiness and capabilities, building up U.S. missile-defense capabilities and expressing openness to diplomatic discussions with Pyongyang — but refusing to negotiate with North Korea until it accepts the premise it must give up its nuclear program.

Pieces of that strategy played out in recent days — with no sign yet of ending North Korea's defiance. On Saturday, the United Nations Security Council unanimously approved a U.S.-supported sanctions package that threatens to cut off about a third of North Korea’s exports, although questions remain about how strictly nations will enforce the penalties. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson opened the door Monday to negotiating a rollback of sanctions if Kim stops his missile testing — but North Korea responded with an aggressive statement that threatened military action against the U.S.

Despite the saber rattling and mixed messages about what it will take to bring North Korea to the table, Klingner said that, privately, the administration has a more “coherent strategy” than it might seem.

"The Trump administration to date has not yet distinguished its policy toward North Korea from that of Obama," he added. "The president and others have been talking tough about sanctions, as Obama did, but have not yet followed through on any significant increase."

Other experts agree that, despite Trump’s declarations that he’s abandoning Obama’s “strategic patience” with North Korea, the basic strategy of ramping up pressure on the regime to end its missile program is a carryover from the past eight years.

“I would certainly agree that the bellicose rhetoric has increased under the Trump administration, but the policy of trying to ratchet up pressure on North Korea using sanctions and offering talks only after North Korea meets some onerous preconditions is similar to the Obama administration,” said Kelsey Davenport, director of nonproliferation policy at the Arms Control Association.

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Trump?s North Korea strategy: A lot like Obama's - POLITICO

Most surely Trump is so much better at dealing with North Korea, according to some people of his base, because...ummmm...he uses...ummmm...threatening words to deal with North Korea!!

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Trump grew up. Obama thought allowing Nutcases with nukes thtreaten Us with an attack was acceptable behavior.. Obama played his game and Kim can take out San fran in 18 minutes.
I doubt that Kim's missile can reach 17,400 MPH to hit San Fran in 18 minutes. Kim's missile can hit Guam even if it does not achieve orbit. Coriolis Effect will enable Kim's missile to hit Guam but Kim needs an accurate gyroscope (stable element) aligned to true north and not magnetic north to do that and Kim needs to know that A squared times B squared equals C squared, rectangular geometry is the best even though some call it trig. There are three coordinate systems is trig: coordinate (rectangular), scalene and cartesian. Kim don't know shit.

edit: Kim needs three gyroscopes: roll. crossroll and secant. Splash Bogie Foxtrot 1.
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Old August 12th, 2017, 05:14 AM   #37
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Hi holly, thanks for chiming in w/ your always enlightening input.


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You're quite welcome, glad you enjoyed it.
Now, so tell me what was NOT ignorant about your comment.
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Send Kim to Harvard, a punishment worse than death.
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