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Saturday, 18 March 2017

'North Korea is behaving very badly' - Donald Trump tweets

US president, Donald Trump took shots at China and North Korea aiming at the recently ballistic missile tests by Kim Jung Un.

US Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson is currently on s state visit to South Korea where he said all options are on the table including military options in dealing with North Korea.


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Unknown said...

Drums of War

Anonymous said...

Deal with them Mr Twitter Finger than coming to Rant like a Mad Man online Joor...
Fuck off red head

Unknown said...

Krump the Trump have resume his twitter anger.

Unknown said...

blunt dumb trump!
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Anonymous said...

North Korea remains a rogue state for its barefaced disregard of international laws. It has had series of nuclear tests, rattling its non-nuclear neighbours of South Korea, Japan and others. It has rendered the "six party talks" a mere chimera and has since conducted itself in a manner that runs counter to global peace. If America weighs a military option against North Korea it could be disastrous for we may have a nuclear holocaust since North Korea is a nuclear state threatening to strike America's installations and base in the pacific. Nearly all elements of diplomacy have failed to placate Kim Jung U to put an end to his nuclear programme or dismantle his nukes. This is an impasse.
It was president Eisenhower who said "we can't use those awful things again..." having realised the danger of nuclear warfare in the aftermath of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Eisenhower was afraid to use extreme military measure against the Vietnamese. What I propose is that America keeps deploying nuclear defence system to all the pacific states, watch North Korea's move and build more on the second strike capability, using humanly proportional target to pre-empt any offensive from North Korea.
A nuclear attack? I'm afraid the world isn't ready for that. Hiroshima of 6th august and Nagasaki of 9th august 1945 should be a lesson for us all, even for the alarmist Kim Jung Un.

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Goliano said...

Who does he think he's talking to, a 1st grade class?

It is what it is said...

A kettle calling a pot black

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