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Old 03-11-2013, 12:12 PM   #29
VeniVidiVicous
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@Bob Saget

Interestingly the European news network did a different piece entirely: http://www.euronews.com/2013/03/11/u...ary-exercises/

While not a fan of North Korea I think they'd be suicidal to kick off a war while the US is backing SK.

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Originally Posted by JesusIsGonnaOwnSatan View Post
Keep in mind that you are talking about a government that brutalizes its people on the slightest hint of political dissidence; that has *labor camps* with the most horrible conditions; that is suspected of having some of the highest counts of human rights violations in recent history.

Disregarding all that, within the context of morality, they signed their rights to be undisturbed in their evil dickery away when they joined the UN.
The point i'm trying to make I suppose is that when these sanctions are imposed on countries (like Iraq in the 90's for example), it's never the political elite but the poorer people there that feel the squeeze.
I suppose i'm saying two wrongs don't make it right.


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