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N Korea threatens 'merciless retaliation' over U.S., U.N. sanctions

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Just "mericiless retaliation"? They'not going to detroy us a thousandfold and turn us into a sea of fire? Guess they just caught on that Bill wan't offering bilateral relations.

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Just "mericiless retaliation"? They'not going to detroy us a thousandfold and turn us into a sea of fire? Guess they just caught on that Bill wan't offering bilateral relations.

OssanAmerica,

Thanks to Clinton's diplomacy, the US achieved not only the release of journalists but also the ratcheting back of threats from thousandfold destruction to simple merciless retaliation. Checking the Korean news today ( http://www.kcna.co.jp/index-e.htm )there wasn't even one anti US article. Things are improving.

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Will this country ever grow up?

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The clock is ticking Kim. Harvest time is coming. How were those crop yields this year? Got enough food? Machinery and spare parts holding out? Tick tock Tick tock. How is the fuel supply thing going? Can't sell arms these days? Aw too bad.

Give us a call when you need some help feeding your people. My secretary will put you through, but we are planning some long trips during the winter, so don't be too late about making up your mind about what you are going to offer for an end to sanctions. The longer you wait, the more we will expect, so don't forget, the clock is ticking. Meanwhile, we are going to send the boys around to do some exercises. Don't mind us. Look at all of our fuel and weapons. We have enough to waste. Look at our chubby and muscular soldiers and sailors. You just give us a ring when you figure out what you want. Let it ring a while because sometimes it takes us time to get out of the pool and get to the phone.

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Merciless retaliation was pretty good; funnier then the last one .

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"Should the U.S. imperialists and (South Korean government) threaten the (North) with nukes, it will retaliate against them with nukes", except the US/ROK nukes are computer-controlled/satellite-guided etc., while the NK nukes will be tied to the back of an ox cart and dragged to their targets.

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SEOUL — North Korea followed recent conciliatory gestures toward the U.S. and South Korea with a return to threats Sunday, warning them of “merciless retaliation” over sanctions imposed on its government, and nuclear attacks in response to any atomic provocation.

OK now I'm convinced that the media is just running the same stories over and over again. I'm pretty sure I've seen this exact phrase about 4 times this year already.

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What does the North Koreans have in the way of nukes? One, two or three? They need a way to get them to target and these are small bombs, probably not only dirty buy leaky. If just one explodes within the United States, Korea or Japan a world of hurt will fall on them. fifty warheads latter, the North will cease to exist.

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Yeah...Yeah...Yeah.....

Little Kim is visioning. < :-)

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“Should the U.S. imperialists and (South Korean government) threaten the (North) with nukes, it will retaliate against them with nukes,”

But Obama supporters told us the countries of world would like us now that he's been elected. That Obama could talk and negotiate with them and then everything would be fine. Geez, doesn't seem to be going according to the plan.

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Go ahead and mercilessly starve your own citizens....

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