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Chinese paper says China should stay neutral if North Korea attacks first
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Resty Wyse
2017-08-12 03:21:56 UTC
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Chinese paper says China should stay neutral if North Korea attacks first

https://www.yahoo.com/news/chinese-paper-says-china-stay-neutral-north-korea-000346456.html
lo yeeOn
2017-08-12 16:17:54 UTC
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But you know a necessary consequence of the severe economic sanctions
together with the loss of nuclear deterrence?

The impending August Strike will spell the doom of North Korea - a few
years down the road at the most, a la Iraq.

Iraq regime change was also preceded by severe sanctions and numerous
strikes plus a short but punishing war a dozen years before.

American exceptionalism will continue to reign. It will decide who
will or will not survive.

This two-step regime-change program will make it easy for the American
president.

Senator Graham didn't tell the world what Trump allegedly told him one
night for nothing! He represents the establishment which thinks that
"a few thousands of people" dying "over there" now is worth taking the
military option to counter a theoretical situation where thousands
would "die over here". This is called a "preventive war" - not a
preemptive one where you would see missiles coming your way and thus
activate your anti-missile defense to thwart the otherwise impending
disaster.

However, there is likely the same fiasco on the Korean peninsula which
we've seen in the aftermath of attacking Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya,
Syria, and others.

Or that the naysayers are wrong and there won't be. Then Trump will
be praised by the-powers-that-be, whose approval is necessary for him
to politically survive. They will spare him the ridiculous theater of
an impeachment. And he might even win a second term, don't you see?

Cheers,

lo yeeOn
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Chinese paper says China should stay neutral if North Korea attacks first
https://www.yahoo.com/news/chinese-paper-says-china-stay-neutral-north-korea-000346456.html
Resty Wyse
2017-08-12 16:33:47 UTC
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Post by lo yeeOn
But you know a necessary consequence of the severe economic sanctions
together with the loss of nuclear deterrence?
The impending August Strike will spell the doom of North Korea - a few
years down the road at the most, a la Iraq.
Iraq regime change was also preceded by severe sanctions and numerous
strikes plus a short but punishing war a dozen years before.
American exceptionalism will continue to reign. It will decide who
will or will not survive.
This two-step regime-change program will make it easy for the American
president.
Senator Graham didn't tell the world what Trump allegedly told him one
night for nothing! He represents the establishment which thinks that
"a few thousands of people" dying "over there" now is worth taking the
military option to counter a theoretical situation where thousands
would "die over here". This is called a "preventive war" - not a
preemptive one where you would see missiles coming your way and thus
activate your anti-missile defense to thwart the otherwise impending
disaster.
However, there is likely the same fiasco on the Korean peninsula which
we've seen in the aftermath of attacking Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya,
Syria, and others.
Or that the naysayers are wrong and there won't be. Then Trump will
be praised by the-powers-that-be, whose approval is necessary for him
to politically survive. They will spare him the ridiculous theater of
an impeachment. And he might even win a second term, don't you see?
Cheers,
lo yeeOn
North Korea is different from Iraq. North Korea is very much a self-sustain nation. North Korea mainly trade with China. Sanction will have limited effect.
lo yeeOn
2017-08-12 17:59:51 UTC
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Post by lo yeeOn
But you know a necessary consequence of the severe economic sanctions
together with the loss of nuclear deterrence?
The impending August Strike will spell the doom of North Korea - a few
years down the road at the most, a la Iraq.
Iraq regime change was also preceded by severe sanctions and numerous
strikes plus a short but punishing war a dozen years before.
American exceptionalism will continue to reign. It will decide who
will or will not survive.
This two-step regime-change program will make it easy for the American
president.
Senator Graham didn't tell the world what Trump allegedly told him one
night for nothing! He represents the establishment which thinks that
"a few thousands of people" dying "over there" now is worth taking the
military option to counter a theoretical situation where thousands
would "die over here". This is called a "preventive war" - not a
preemptive one where you would see missiles coming your way and thus
activate your anti-missile defense to thwart the otherwise impending
disaster.
However, there is likely the same fiasco on the Korean peninsula which
we've seen in the aftermath of attacking Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya,
Syria, and others.
Or that the naysayers are wrong and there won't be. Then Trump will
be praised by the-powers-that-be, whose approval is necessary for him
to politically survive. They will spare him the ridiculous theater of
an impeachment. And he might even win a second term, don't you see?
Cheers,
lo yeeOn
North Korea is different from Iraq. North Korea is very much a
self-sustain nation. North Korea mainly trade with China. Sanction
will have limited effect.
So what? Right now, China is leaving North Korea out to dry because
the price is appraently too high for China to consider it worth
offending the mighty United States. Yes, sanction in itself won't
kill the country because all people have to have is food and they can
grow their own food for as long as nature allows them to. But don't
forget that Trump is speaking in no uncertain terms that he is going
to denuclearize North Korea and that the latter should do nothing to
get in the way or risk Trumanesque consequences like "they have never
seen before".

For more of my rebuttal, please see another one of my follow-ups to
your posts on this subject.

Ok, my friend?

Cheers,

lo yeeOn
Resty Wyse
2017-08-12 20:10:40 UTC
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Post by lo yeeOn
So what? Right now, China is leaving North Korea out to dry because
the price is appraently too high for China to consider it worth
offending the mighty United States. Yes, sanction in itself won't
kill the country because all people have to have is food and they can
grow their own food for as long as nature allows them to. But don't
forget that Trump is speaking in no uncertain terms that he is going
to denuclearize North Korea and that the latter should do nothing to
get in the way or risk Trumanesque consequences like "they have never
seen before".
For more of my rebuttal, please see another one of my follow-ups to
your posts on this subject.
Ok, my friend?
Cheers,
lo yeeOn
Well, Americans are known as the biggest braggarts around. Donald Trump, the worst.
s***@gmail.com
2017-08-13 04:03:19 UTC
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Post by Resty Wyse
Well, Americans are known as the biggest braggarts around. Donald Trump, the worst.
Yale Guen Mar, as an American (albeit a fake one), you should certainly brag about something.

Perhaps you can brag about how you fertilize the taro patches of your Hmong neighbors.

Or else you can brag about about how much you have earned in 50 cent payments from the CCP dictatorship.

And you can certainly brag about being the single largest customer of diapers on Twilight Avenue.
s***@gmail.com
2017-08-12 18:15:21 UTC
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Post by Resty Wyse
North Korea is different from Iraq. North Korea is very much a self-sustain nation. North Korea mainly trade with China. Sanction will have limited effect.
Yale Guen Mar, your primary problem is the STD infection on your middle fingers.

If you don't get your middle fingers amputated soon, the infection might metastasize in what little brain you have.

Yale Guen Mar, why don't you seek treatment from Dr. Long Dong of Cambodia?

Yale Guen Mar, you never make any sense. I suspect that the STD infection on your middle fingers have started to metastasize inside whatever little brain you have. It explains your multiple bizarre posts every day on soc.culture.china.

Yale Guen Mar, it is time for you to rush to Cambodia to receive alternate medical treatment under Dr. Long Dong.

Yale Guen Mar, take note.

Yale Guen Mar, your neighbor Rolida Lee has taken the initiative to raise funds for your treatment with alternative medicine under Dr. Long Dong in Cambodia. Rolida Lee and your Hmong neighbors have raised enough money to send you to Cambodia for treatment.

Of course, there is a catch. You'll have to give an undertaking that you will not ever return to Merced, CA.

Yale Guen Mar, don't look a gift horse in the mouth. Accept the generous help of your Hmong neighbors and rush to Dr. Long Dong for treatment. You can't afford to procrastinate because if the STDs from your middle fingers metastasize into your brain, you will be dead meat.

Yale Guen Mar, thank Rolida Lee and your other Hmong neighbors for their magnificient gesture. Accept their gift and rush to Dr. Long Dong in Cambodia for the treatment of your STDs and also your bipolar disorder.
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