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North Korea Crazy Kim Watch

All eyes on on North Korea today to see whether or not they defy us:

"TOKYO — The United States and Japan urged North Korea not to proceed with reported plans to test-fire a long-range missile that could reach the U.S. mainland, saying Saturday that a launch would be dangerous and provocative.

But North Korean officials later denied such preparations, the Kyodo News agency reported, citing a South Korean official it did not identify.

U.S. Ambassador to Japan Thomas Schieffer and Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Aso met Saturday night amid mounting speculation the North could soon test a Taepodong-2 missile capable of reaching the United States with a light payload.

After the meeting, Schieffer reiterated Washington's stance that the test would be a dangerous act that would hurt North Korean interests. The North has been under a self-imposed moratorium on long-range missile tests since 1999.

"We hope that the North Koreans will not take this provocative action. We hope that they will return to the six-party talks," Schieffer said, referring to international talks aiming to get North Korea to give up its nuclear program.

Those talks — involving the United States, the two Koreas, China, Japan and Russia — have been stalled by a North Korean boycott.

A launch "will only isolate the North Koreans further from the rest of the international community," he said."


Being a vet of two tours of Korea (both in DMZ stationed units), and with a Korean wife, I'm am fully aware at just how unstable the younger Kim is. Just as his father, this boy is bad blood. Just as with any despot there is no real negotiation that can take place. Sooner or later we are going ot have to deal with this tyrant. Better now than later.

You don't hear it on the news but Kim's atrocities towards his people nearly exceeds that of Saddam. You don't negotiate with these asswipes, you wipe them from God's green earth.

Saying that I hope the SOB launches, I really do. Go ahead Kim, give us an excuse.




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