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Dancing in the streets with North Korean athletes

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By Hwang Sunghee

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Perhaps, one day, when the fratricidal Jong Un & the North Korean regime stops pointing thousands of artillery pieces at Seoul, stops shooting tin cans over the Japanese archipelagos, and stops threatening to nuclear annihilation of the US with ICBMs. We'll all join in and dance & sing in the streets together!

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Until Un is toppled and removed, this is all a hostile farce. I'm not sure how this "dance-off" could get any more cringe-inducing and is a fatal insult to SK

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Until Un is toppled and removed, this is all a hostile farce. I'm not sure how this "dance-off" could get any more cringe-inducing and is a fatal insult to SK

Well seeing as you're moved, care to sign up for deployment or are you just going to yab about something you know nothing about? Care to put money where your mouth is?

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It is also worth remembering that it's always the leaders (or outside influences) who want wars, not the cannon-fodder.

On Christmas Day In 1914, British and German soldiers left their trenches and played football.

The officers, on both sides, were not amused, and gave strict orders it was not to occur again.

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^ I do not remember who said that, but it is something like the leaders want war because their children do not need to enroll to be soldiers.

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The North Korean woman's half smile on the far right says it all: 'If I don't look happy, our Great Leader will have my husband and children murdered.'

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"thaw in inter-Korean relations"???????

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The true spirit of the games as the USA is beating the war drums.

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The true spirit of the games as the USA is beating the war drums.

North Korea just beat theirs:

https://japantoday.com/category/world/With-military-parade-Kim-Jong-Un-thumbs-nose-at-U.S.

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