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N Korea media slams missile warning pact between S Korea, U.S., Japan

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Yeah, how dare countries keep an eye on Lil' Kim and his rocket shows.

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Might help things if the fat midget stopped launching them over Japan and the Pacific.

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So Kim from the so called DPRK, or as I like to term it the APRK (Autocratic Peoples Republic of Korea) is squirming over the sharing of information between concerned neighbors and the US over NK's hostile missile and nuclear programs which threaten the region and well beyond. Perhaps he should stop his representatives from yelling at others, name calling and stop saying his missile and nuclear research is aimed at the US, South Korea and Japan. Maybe that would help de escalate the situation?

The more hostile Kim's stance and the more aggressive his posture, the more likely the defense measures and training of those around him will continue. He is a loose canon and he must be constantly watched. It is not like he is a wise individual with measured responses to what he thinks others are doing. He and his countrymen all act like they could explode at any moment which necessitates constant close monitoring and taking a position of readiness to handle any such explosion that may occur.

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With his stellar record of diplomacy, it is hard to believe this headline. Did Supereme Leader Kim slam the pact, or just some bombastic blowhard in the North Korean media? Criticizing the aggressive behavior of one's enemies is hardly "slamming" the more powerful country(ies). Perhaps if Japan would send more pro-wrestlers over to entertain the North Koreans as they did with Antonio Inoki in the mid-1990s, North Korea would be more friendly towards them. Political diplomacy is clearly not working. Time to cart out the athletes and musicians to encourage peace thru athletics and music. Kishida and Kim should seriously consider having a karaoke summit sometime soon.

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Peter14,do you know it only takes a missile 5 minutes to hit Tokyo at any given moment,from any part of NK

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Peter14,do you know it only takes a missile 5 minutes to hit Tokyo at any given moment,from any part of NK

It takes Patriot (over 200 successful engagements in Saudi Arabia nobody hears about plus the more than two dozen in Ukraine everyone heard about), THAAD (used successfully in UAE to engage Houthi missiles) and SM-3 a lot less time to shoot them down.

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