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South Korea, US begin drills as North Korea threatens war

Published: Mon, March 11, 2013 @ 10:24 a.m.

South Korea, US begin drills as North Korea threatens war

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - North Korean state media said today that Pyongyang had carried through with a threat to cancel the 60-year-old armistice that ended the Korean War, as it and South Korea staged dueling war games amid threatening rhetoric that has risen to the highest level since North Korea rained artillery shells on a South Korean island in 2010. Enraged over the South’s joint military drills with the United States and recent U.N. sanctions, Pyongyang has piled threat on top of threat, including vows to launch a nuclear strike on the U.S. Seoul has responded with tough talk of its own and has placed its troops on high alert.


1JS(648 comments)posted 1 year, 6 months ago

Former President Bill Clinton leveled the playing field for the North Koreans by building them that nuclear reactor. Nuclear weapons now give them an advantage that they wouldn't of had otherwise. We strengthened the beast and now have to contend with it,

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2UNCOMMONSENSE(365 comments)posted 1 year, 6 months ago

JS you need to do your research. The nuclear history of North Korea goes well beyond President Clinton. In 1986 a reactor at Yongbyon went online that was powered by uranium with the potential to produce weapons-grade plutonium.

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3JS(648 comments)posted 1 year, 6 months ago

If that was truly the case then Bubba Billy would of had no need to give them technology and build them a reactor. Yep, he sure did us and the world good!

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4Silence_Dogood(1341 comments)posted 1 year, 6 months ago

UNCOMMONSENSE JS did not state that the North Korean nuke program started under the Clinton administration. What he did allude to was the fact that the American taxpayers spent over a billion dollars building the North Korean's a nuke reactor that would not be able to make a plutonium bomb. Thank you Bill Clinton (tongue in cheek) .So what did the North Koreans do instead, they built an Atomic Bomb out of uranium. I have to ask you , do you think our tax dollar was well spent.

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5JS(648 comments)posted 1 year, 6 months ago

Nice Job Bill!

Why Bill Clinton is responsible for North Korea’s Successful Missile Program
December 14, 2012
By J.R. Maroney
North Korea just successfully tested a three stage rocket that can someday soon be easily converted into a delivery system carrying nuclear weapons capable of reaching the U.S. The person to be congratulated is our favorite former U.S. president from Arkansas. Hows that?

1) Bill Clinton sold vital satellite guidance technology to China in the late 90′s.

“World Net Daily 7/21/98 Charles Smith “.President Clinton signed a SECOND part to the waiver for Loral’s Globalstar system in July of 1996. The second part of the Clinton waiver was not for satellites to Russia but allowed Loral to sell an encrypted telemetry control ground station to China for the Loral Globalstar satellites.. . ”

“USA Today 5/19/99 “…In 1996, the Administration transferred the licensing authority for exporting satellite technology from the State Department, which had opposed giving new technology to China, to the Commerce Department, which immediately approved the transfer. Given the green light by the Commerce Department, Loral Corporation provided China with missile technology to improve its satellite launch and guidance systems. This same technology can be used to improve the performance of missiles aimed at the United States… ”

2) Next, China wants to get it’s money back, so they sold the technology to North Korea, their ally. It’s amazing that Mr. Clinton didn’t consider this.
Suspected Sale by China Stirs Concern at White House, New York Times
Published: April 20, 2012
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration says it believes that a Chinese manufacturer sold North Korea<
the chassis and other parts for a missile-transport vehicle displayed in a military parade this week,a senior official said Friday, raising new concerns about China’s ability to enforce a ban on military sales
to North Korea.. . ”

3) Now that North Korea has proven the technology successful, they will sell the technology to Iran.

4) Why did this happen?
“The Union Leader 4/23/99 Richard Lessner “…The link between the Clinton-Gore campaign and Red China’s military intelligence chief, however, may only be the tip of the illegal contribution iceberg. Millions in Asian money flowed into the Clinton-Gore campaign and the Democratic Party from sources connected to Beijing. The money trail suggests that the Communists used various corporations and business figures as cut-outs to conceal . . .”






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