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North Korea launches 2 ballistic missiles toward sea

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By HYUNG-JIN KIM and MARI YAMAGUCHI

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Kimmyboy, we're not impressed. You're such a pompous bratty bore. Just pick up your ball and go home. Nobody wants to play with you, chump.

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I'm not sure that the starving masses are impressed.

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to force the U.S. to make concessions when diplomacy resumes.

KKim had a better chance to 'force the US to make concessions' when the convicted sex offender, aka the gross orange blob was in the white house. Maybe Kim along with his partners Russia and China can meddle further in US elections and get the blob or someone else from his RICO Party back in office, so Kim can get the concessions he wants.

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Paraphrasing Bruce Lee: The sea doesn't hit back...

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The last 4 launches represent enough hard currency expenditures to feed his population with grain purchases on the open market.

So screw him.

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Congratulations to the people of the DPRK for the technological advances they are making. Hopefully, despite the historical evidence to the contrary, it benefits all the peoples of the DPRK.

Progress or violence are the only option that will affect change in the DPRK. We all know the change violence would bring is highly likely to be negative. More akin to Iraq, Vietnam, or Afghanistan than Japan and Germany.

My choice is progress.

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DPRK is more technologically advanced than UK, France, Italy and perhaps Germany.

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Stig

DPRK is more technologically advanced than UK, France, Italy and perhaps Germany.

The people of the UK, France, and Germany are not starving to death and don't have intestinal worms.

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""(For millions of years mankind lived just like the animals)

(Then something happened which unleashed the power of our imagination)

(We learned to talk)""

Keep Talking, Boys.

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Another waste of money by the brainless Korean government, which could actually help the 1000's who are starving with no food in this pathetic country.

I don't think knowbody even gives a dam anymore about these pointless tests.

It would probably be better if surrounding countries did less publishing on this subject.

Every time they read these publications, they will feel that they have achieved their point, to scare people.

No news and they will soon get bored and maybe start firing them in a different direction to gain the attention.

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DPRK is more technologically advanced than UK, France, Italy and perhaps Germany

Lol (clown emoji not supported on this platform)

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Now the N. Koreans are getting more help from Russia and China. All the more reason not to transfer sensitive technology to any of them.

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weak leaders, unstable world

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The usual Kabuki theater. I am tired of the Japanese media making a big deal out of it. The NK business model is "we are dangerous and crazy, so give us concessions"... and it has been working.

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The NK business model is "we are dangerous and crazy, so give us concessions"... and it has been working.

True, but concessions aren’t really being given, which is why we’re hearing so much from them recently.

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