Should N. Korea be next?

Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Spiderman, Apr 1, 2003.

  1. Zhaneel Resident Gryphon Queen

    Which is why the current war is dumb.

    But N. Korea can actually fight back, so we wouldn't want to attack them.
  2. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    I imagine an attack on North Korea would begin with a "shock and awe" campaign more similiar to the 91 Gulf War to take out their stuff (assuming they don't do a pre-emptive strike while the US deploys), thus reducing their ability to "fight back".
  3. Nightstalkers Creature — Nightstalker

    wouldn't it be funny if it were just a repeat of Vietnam?

    Kill'em all with th' nukes! The'n ye's gots the good shoot'in follow'in
  4. train The Wildcard!!!...

    Whatever happens - we don't need to waste time...
  5. Matthias New Member

    And what happens after we droped the nuclear bombs on them, that would be screwing S. Korea and China after the radiation spreads... What happens when N. Korea aims their nuclear weapons at S. Korea and everyone else next to them that they do not like? Nuclear war? Real smart isnt it....
  6. Ferret CPA Founder, Slacker

    Nukes are bad...I don't think any country really WANTS to use them...they're all about impending doom - not the real thing...

    -Ferret

    "...no one really wants nuclear winter..."
  7. train The Wildcard!!!...

    I think roasting hot dogs by holding them out the window is kind of neat... the glowing green is a turn-off to the appetite though...;) :p
  8. arhar Member

    Methinks we should call their bluff, move in the troops and see if they have the marbles to use the nuke.
  9. train The Wildcard!!!...

    Arhar - you've just been made an honorary Texan!...
  10. Zhaneel Resident Gryphon Queen

    And then they do use the nuke and we all DIE. Great idea.
  11. arhar Member

    Ok, you convinced me. We should use the nuke on them first :D
  12. train The Wildcard!!!...

    Arhar - you've just been upgraded to honorary Texan with a gunclub membership.;)
  13. Ferret CPA Founder, Slacker

    In all honesty, does it really matter? No sane country on the planet would even think about using nukes in this age of political correctness. I don't think an established country like N. Korea would risk the wrath of the world, by launching nukes...I mean, even France might get mad at them...

    -Ferret

    "...for fun, read 'The Butter Battle Book' by Dr. Seuss..."
  14. Multani Treetrunk Guy

    ...

    or better yet, we invade them, they use nukes, we nuke them back, China nukes us, Britain nukes, France nukes, Russian nukes, and since they don't wanna feel left out, India and Pakistan nuke everything that's still worth nuking at this point...

    so EVERYONE dies...and who would've thought that the next great Extinction would be man-made...oh yea, great idea arhar...great idea train...


    "People like that should be shot..." - in reference to the ignorant, blind, and stupid...
  15. Nightstalkers Creature — Nightstalker

    Whatever happens, Nightstalkers will still exist no matter what happens to the world.

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  16. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    N. Korea is caught in a web of treaties, but India and Pakistan have demonstrated that they aren't too sane, willing to use nukes, and don't have that treaty attachment to other countries that a conflict would be "local" to them.
  17. DÛke Memento Mori

    [Ranting ahead]
    What is this?

    "Risk"?

    "Wrath of the world"?

    "Political correctness"?

    Are you sure we are living in the right world, and in fact, in the right period of time?

    Did the U.S. not "risk" itself when it completely go against the world? Was there no fear of a "wrath of the world"? Or perhaps everything was all too clear for them, that the world would remain in silence? Perhaps underhanded politics, things behind what is clear to us, abstained the world from inflicting its "wrath" on such a dangerous defiance? Perhaps the U.S. know of this?

    ...so perhaps we can't exactly judge if there is a "risk" at all!

    ...and at last, it seems to me that "political correctness" is only articulated amongst the "good citizens," and that is to say, amongst the lowest castes of society, the very worms that thrive deep under a nations skin (and those are numberless!) - other than that, what political correctness is there left? Merely residues. Or I suppose the U.S. is politically correct, no, truly politically correct?

    ...I suppose the extremes of its media, of any media for that matter, shows us how "correct" they are? A media which likes to deceive more than anything else, to show real news simultaneously focusing on what is best viewed by its good citizens, what is best wanted by its good citizens - literarily - to lie to its citizens in order to keep them happy. Much blame I should place on these good citizens though: they demand to be lied to, and today, they lie to themselves.

    ...so what is this political correctness? A media spin-off that deems "correct" whatever is in its best interest. Remove that interest, and behold all this correctness which namely lacks principles, vanish as if it were never there, as if were never truly believed in...

    ...it is not believed in. Once perceivable prejudices are now hidden, unconscious forces - they still exist. And that they are hidden makes them all the more powerful, all the more everlusting for expression...

    At the end...whatever "risk" there is to be taken, the U.S. has shown that any nation can take, provided that it posses enough fire power, enough power in general, enough arrogance, defiance, and fanaticism.

    As for Nukes - they are there. The U.S. used them before, and few months back mentioned them again, perhaps for intimidation, but...again...we have seen the limits the current administration is willing to push to fulfill its agenda. Insane or sane, good or evil – to simply posses these inhumane powers is quite the source of paranoia, worries, and trouble in the world: it gives mankind a goal to aim at – to posses as much destructive power so as to become the world police, to harness the world itself. In our age, is it at all possible that a nation can truly feel a peace of mind without possessing these powers? Highly unlikely – with nations like the U.S. around, with bad manners as the U.N. which cannot enforce its principles, and with other such fanatics playing the circus, surely one needs all the power one can get if only to feel “safe.” Imagine how different the case would have been if Iraq was known for a fact to posses nuclear power or any spark of power! – the U.S. would have acted very differently, perhaps more “compromisingly,” more “politically correct,” more wanting of “negotiations." This puts us before a delicate question mark: so that the U.S. acted the way it did, perhaps it knew for a fact that Iraq had no possession of any power, or any real destructive power that threatens the world - there was much lack of consideration, much striving, much haste, much assuredness and confidence! Or if we take the story: the U.S. main reason for going to Iraq is because of its innocent, divine fearfulness of some destructive evil that might be lurking there - well, if that is truly the case, perhaps it should firstly, hastily and unsympathetically run after North Korea, which openly admits to its possession of nuclear power; or to Iran even, which has started some obscure nuclear program with many claims hovering around its uses. But no, it went after the greatest evil, which as the world was told, an evil that had possession of such power, any power.

    ...who dares believe these stories and these aims without having asked such questions? And he who asks such questions will find no actual answers other than what his personal opinion, what personal self-seeking interest he projects as his answer, his "truth" - sincerely, such questions are only answered with more questions...

    ...perhaps the U.S. went after Iraq because it was known that they posses no power? Well then! – another innocent question presets itself before us: after what did the U.S. go to Iraq? To be able to go against the entire world, what can be of such sheer importance and evil that this Divine Caliber was so fearful of? Or is it that they were fearful at all? It seems that it is the lack of fear that put them in their situation, it seems that it is this divine "courage" that enabled them their motivation...

    ...and still, all is susceptible, all is to be put under a dog's nose and to be subjected to merciless sniffing.

    At the end...if every nation wants to be respected, if it wants to be counted as a nation at all, it ought to posses the most evil, the most criminal, the most fanatical and inhumane forces, if only to distract the hungry stares of the ever-hungery, the every-wanting blood-suckers. It is proven that a universal police as the U.N. is a failure - a complete failure, defied and ignored easily...

    ...each nation is left for itself, to stand sufficient on its own feet, to play the political game, with all of its briberies, backstabbings, robberies, and hungry-looks...not to mention, the “political correctness.”

    Today, the wisest thing a leader can secretly announce and plan is the starting of a nuclear program.
  18. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    Slight correction: The US has used atomic bombs before. Not nukes (except in testing, I guess).
  19. train The Wildcard!!!...

    Is there a difference between the atomic and hydrogen bomb?...:confused:
  20. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    It's different stages of lethality... hydrogen, atomic, and nuclear progressively do more damage.

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