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Posted 9/27/17 , edited 9/27/17
America surrenders.

They are still at war, if they do that, Kim's penis gets enlarged by 20 meters, and he can keep preaching for the rest of his life to his people about how epic he was till he dies to old age or hearth disease.

Use that time to assassinate all his possible heirs.

The generals will kill each other afterwards.

Also use the premise to lift some sanctions and give them aid, sneak stab them with culture, this will lead to rebellion in long run.

Problem solved, time frame 20-50 years.
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Posted 9/27/17 , edited 9/27/17

AirMarshall wrote:

It seems like the War of Words between two crazy leaders, Kim Jong Un of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) and President Donald J. Trump of the USA won't end. But based off of what I have been reading about as this crisis rages on, and what politicians from all factions and nations say, I have formulated my own solution on how both parties can end hostilities with each other, and prevent a hot war.

First, and foremost: North Korea must deconstruct all of its nuclear and ballistic missiles and halt further testings of both weapon systems. This would obviously benefit both the PRC (People's Republic of China, North Korea's neighbor to the north), and the ROK (Republic of Korea, a.k.a South Korea).

Step two: US forces will halt all military exercises, and must cease and desist from the 38th parallel. (The DeMilitarized Zone, the border of North and South Korea) China worries that if the USA and the South Korean's defeat the North in a future war, South Korea then borders China, and the US troops then border China as well. this would, in theory, threaten China, and a border dispute may happen, and there will be a second Cold War between China and the USA. Obviously not ideal at all.

Step Three: China oversees peacekeeping operations on the 38th parallel instead of the USA. This would threaten North Korea and Kim Jong un way less than the US has. According to the official mission of the PLA (People's Liberation Army), one of their objectives is to maintain global peace, and by replacing US peacekeepers that leave South Korea, then they will still border with North Korea rather than South Korea, so in my opinion, this step is a win-win.

And lastly, step four: North Korea must end all hostilities with South Korea and the USA. Technically, the Korean War never ended; to restore peace in Asia, it is paramount that a treaty be written, and the DMZ be deconstructed, and have diplomacy be our sword and shield.

People will be like "Oh no this won't work at all! this is a stupid idea!!" or "you're just spoon-feeding North Korea and China!!" but ask yourself this: do you want to prevent a war, or not? I ask everyone this: what other alternatives are there that can prevent the crisis from becoming one of fire and blood? You miss 100% of the shots you never take, and I believe all involved parties in this crisis would benefit if they follow my four step plan.


Its clear bullying hasn't worked. Sanctions haven't forced anyone to the table either because China usually ignores them. Now Russia and Iran are taking an interest in doing the same. Its not like North Korea can make progress any quicker than they already are. So a peaceful and powerful show of good will like evacuating South Korea could have a different result.

That said, there will be political and diplomatic fallout if America leaves the South to fend for itself.
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Posted 9/27/17 , edited 9/27/17

sinoakayumi wrote:

The simplistic idea of killing anyone who do not follow your ideology


The problem here is not that the PDRK does not follow our ideology.

It is that they are firing missiles all over the place and threatening to kill their neighbours.

If they stop that shit, they can have whatever idology they want.
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dulun18 wrote:

"Democratic People's Republic of Korea" really? I like how these people tend use fancy words for "communist". Democratic, People's Republic.

Obama was doing a good job with Iran and Korea when he was president right ? It's been how many years now ? Iran and Korea keep getting on the news about this and that? I guess the spotlight was focused on the hurricanes recently so Korea and Iran did what they can to turn the spotlight back on them again. The media sure loves exploiting fear don't they and tt's getting old. I don't really care anymore since as citizens what we can do about it? living in fear will not do anything either. Go to work and pay bills like any other day. Korea will continue to do what the do like a spoiled brat for attention for another 10+ year.

Wouldn't it be easier if they just attack and get it over with? I think it's obvious that they are seeking attention more than war.


this is the 4-6th Korea threads in the general section ?


fellow comrades or supporters of communism tend to call their communist country as a democratic people's republic ..

if only they will move and live in a communist country and see first hand... i guess this is a rising trend-- experts of things they never own/places they never been/things they have no clue about etc..

take a picture of you hold a fake head of the fatso of North Korea or China or the geezer of Vietnam and see... you will get more than just some twitter war of words


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Posted 9/27/17 , edited 9/28/17
I don't think there is reasonable and peaceful way to solve the North Korean threat.

South Korea developing a perfect defense system that can nullify any attack from North Korea, and they own exclusively, seems like a more productive action to take at this point. Again not reasonable.
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Posted 9/27/17 , edited 9/28/17

nonspecificscientific wrote:

I genuinely believe Kim Jong-Un is afraid of Trump, with his maniacal tweets.


I see two rabid dogs barking on chains at each other. They will never bite, but whimper if it comes down to it.

That is just what I see though.
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as long as the us keeps toppling nations it doesnt like, NK will never give up its nukes. thats the only reason kim srill in power and that dude from iraq isnt.
NK fears a us led invasion, and history suguests its a valid fear. korea, vietnam, iraq, afganastan, gernada, ect.
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So...South Korea's ally should remove their soldiers from the 38th and they'll be replaced by soldiers from North Korea's ally, while North Korea has to get rid of the nukes they didn't need to invade the South during the Cold War and is asked politely to stop being technically at war with the South?

It sounds like a better way to start a war with conditions that favor the North than to prevent one. It also sounds like it won't even work because South Korea would have to be governed by complete morons to agree to it.


nemoskull wrote:

as long as the us keeps toppling nations it doesnt like, NK will never give up its nukes. thats the only reason kim srill in power and that dude from iraq isnt.
NK fears a us led invasion, and history suguests its a valid fear. korea, vietnam, iraq, afganastan, gernada, ect.


Literally the second sentence on the wikipedia page about the Korean war states that the war was begun by North Korea when they invaded South Korea. I think the US involvement in the Vietnam war was actually them entering into a preexisting conflict between North Vietnam and France/South Vietnam as well.

Not that it's unreasonable to expect a major world power to support an invasion of a country it doesn't like by a country it does, but...that applies to China too, even if they haven't done it as often as the US to my knowledge. It is a valid fear.

But it's a valid fear that I don't care about because North Korea is an infinitely worse place than the United States regardless of the number of invasions the US has led. Seriously, go read about North Korea for five minutes. Boo hoo, Kimmy's afraid of the big bad American warmongerers. Their government deserves it. It might not work, and the North Korean people might not deserve it, but the government does.
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Posted 9/28/17 , edited 9/29/17

Dark_Alma wrote:


nonspecificscientific wrote:

I genuinely believe Kim Jong-Un is afraid of Trump, with his maniacal tweets.


I see two rabid dogs barking on chains at each other. They will never bite, but whimper if it comes down to it.

That is just what I see though.


Makes sense
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Posted 9/29/17 , edited 9/29/17
You can't make peace with a nation that hates your guts and wants the US destroyed.

As long as China is backing NK, nothing will get resolved. Afterall, it was the Chinese that helped NK pushed the line back to where the DMZ is at during the Korean War.
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Posted 9/29/17 , edited 9/29/17
praying
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Posted 9/29/17 , edited 9/29/17

CKD-Anime wrote:

praying


jesus prayed.
still got nailed.
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