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North Korea: Getting Scarier

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18 June 2009, 07:51 PM   #1
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I heard on the news that the next missile test it wants to conduct is of a missile that
would actually be shot all the way to the area of Hawaii.

I didnt hear if it is that the missile is just capable of that or if the plan is to
actually shoot it to the vicinity of Hawaii. 

If they actually did shoot it to Hawaii, I could see some serious military repercussions
involved or even potential preventive preemptive missile strikes and such by the U.S.

It seems like the government is getting more and more desperate as the economic crisis
there gets worse. I heard that the fact is that the government only has partial control
over internal affairs and that a lot of things are being controlled in sections of the
country by different groups and leaders.

18 June 2009, 10:59 PM   #2
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Nuclear war was always pretty high on my fear-o-meter. My parents just told me there was
no way i was going to live to see a nuclear war. And all this stuff with N.Korea is
freaking me out. I need a bomb shelter out in the middle of some forest with all my
provisions ready. 

18 June 2009, 11:37 PM   #3
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The leader of North Korea is crazy. His son, his heir to the "throne", isnt very smart
apparently. Is this comforting or is it horrible? I live on the Washington coast. Next to
two big army bases. We could be targerted. So I wouldnt freak out about that unless you
live here. Or in in Hawaii. Do you take comfort in the fact that if they hit us with a
bomb, or even tried, we would toast their country in a second?

19 June 2009, 03:59 AM   #4
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The leader of North Korea is REALLY crazy. Why in the world would he risk starting a war
and involve innocent civilians?
Most of the Koreans don't even want this to happen. -_-

20 June 2009, 07:21 AM    #5
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I LIKE Hawaii.
I hope they stop it now.
This is just causing problems to people.
They should think what is good for their people.
Not just for themselves.

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