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With Koreas talking again, should U.S. be worried?

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By ERIC TALMADGE

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The US should be very very worried.

Without a fake James Bond type villain like Kim to plaster on the TV, how is the US military industrial complex supposed to sell billion dollar tin can missile defence "systems".

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The U.S. isn't worried at all. And people who know nothing about missile defense systems shouldn't be making derogatory comments about them.

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There were no talks on nuclear disarmament so they are an entire waste of time. In fact SK seems to be wasting time deliberately now, as every day without disarmament, NK actually increases their nuclear capabilities

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Without a fake James Bond type villain like Kim to plaster on the TV, how is the US military industrial complex supposed to sell billion dollar tin can missile defence "systems".

That's really cute that you think Kim is fake.

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The interests of the American people are better served by peace in the world.

Trump, on the other hand, driven by whatever pathology controls his warped brain, may indeed feel threatened by any diplomacy that does not meet with his view of how the world should be shaped.

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The interests of the American people are better served by peace in the world.

Trump, on the other hand, driven by whatever pathology controls his warped brain, may indeed feel threatened by any diplomacy that does not meet with his view of how the world should be shaped.

Of course everyone would be better off with peace in the world, but as NK just proved by taking nukes off the table during their talks with SK, some countries aren't interested in peace.

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