There were conflicting reports on Sunday regarding a recent proposal for United States-North Korea peace talks which was allegedly made before North Korea"s recent nuclear test

There were conflicting reports on Sunday regarding a recent proposal for United States-North Korea peace talks which was allegedly made before North Korea"s recent nuclear test. The State Department insisted that Washington rejected a North Korean proposal to discuss a peace treaty to formally end the Korean War because it did not address denuclearization on the…

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annashetty 4 days 5 hours ago

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jennyhannb 5 days 22 hours ago

Literally millions of NK civilians have died in the Dear Leader's gulag. At some point, the million-man army will ask themselves who the enemy really is. When that happens, Kim is toast. Finally, losses suffered by the people. Sit down and negotiate again. Official Website

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lapiz 5 weeks 5 days ago

Let's give a little thought to how long Kim Jon Un can last. Literally millions of NK civilians have died in the Dear Leader's gulag. At some point, the million-man army will ask themselves who the enemy really is. When that happens, Kim is toast.

Remember East Germany? They collapsed like a rag doll when the people rejected them and the Iron Curtain fell like a flophouse vaudeville act.

Remember Communist China? When Mao died, so did the old Communist Party.

Topple the Kim dynasty and things will change fast in North Korea. Let Kim play with his toys. Everybody knows that if he launches a single nuke, Pyongyang will be instantly obliterated. Kim's first strike will be Seoul, and that will be the suicidal blow. China may well deliver the first nuke. They're not stupid. We have to have patience. Even Russia will dump Putin at some point. I've written a lot papers in political sciences for this service and I believe democracy is a hard lesson. Even here in the US we've elected a would-be tyrant. But the operational term is would-be. Trump can't even organize his White House - he'll be gone next election. Contain KJU until his people take him out. Patience.

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laura15 6 weeks 5 days ago

I agree with you too, NK has the right to live in peace too...

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nidivivier 9 weeks 6 days ago

and what will happen now?

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tik 1 year 34 weeks ago

These are the kind of games in diplomacy that keep Americans "hyped" for war. The only way the U.S., will ever be able to help destroy our "enemy" in Korea, is by having good relations with them. Anytime a sanction to be met before civilized talks can resume is just another way of telling Americans that we hold some kind of authority or "morality" over an advisary. Another lie, so we can always have someone to potentially go to war with and thus keep our very expensive guard up. Thank you military industrial complex! War proffeteers.

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nidivivier 9 weeks 6 days ago

agree with you.

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