North Korea will NEVER fire its nuclear missiles westward and northward?

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China's UN ambassador Liu Jieyi on Monday (Jul 3) warned of "disastrous" consequences if world powers fail to find a way to ease tensions with North Korea which he said could "get out of control". Instead he should have warned of "disastrous" consequences if world powers fail to dismantle North Korea's nuclear programme. With regard to his warning that tensions with North Korea could "get out of control", it is clear to the world that North Korea's nuclear programme has already "gone out of control".

While dreading the revival of Japanese militarism, China turns a blind eye to the growing nuclear threat of North Korea which is following in the footsteps of pre-war Japan. China's apparent indifference to the threat posed by North Korea's nuclear programme is beyond all comprehension.

China always speaks as though the North Korean nuclear programme poses no threat to itself but concerns only the US and its allies. The reality is that North Korea's nuclear missiles can hit Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjin. If North Korea's nuclear missiles can reach Alaska in its latest test, it means that the whole of China is now within the range of North Korea's nuclear missiles.

Don't assume that the North Korean leader is so idiotic that he knows only to fire his nuclear missiles eastward and southward. One fine day, he will fire his nuclear missiles westward and northward.

Kim Jong-un is 33 years old. He will outlive many leaders of China, the US, Russia and Japan. Assuming North Korea can make one nuclear bomb every year, by the time he reaches the age of 83, he will have at least 50 nuclear bombs, which will be enough to erase China from the face of the Earth if any territorial dispute, similar to the 1979 Sino-Vietnam border war, arises between both countries. By then with one foot in the grave, it won't come as a surprise that the devil incarnate will not mind bringing the whole world along with him to hell.

North Korea crisis could 'get out of control': China's UN envoy - Channel NewsAsia
 
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No, I would not. Nor am I dismissing the issue as some kind of joke. This complex problem is extremely dangerous and in my opinion warrants a step away from international norms....Lil' Kimmy needs to be assassinated very quietly and invisibly.
 
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I'd rather take military action soon than later when they are CERTAIN to have nukes!
I see...is that because our preemptive wars have been so very successful or is it because you are happy to send everyone else and their kids into war?
Maybe you just hate South Koreans and want them to die?
 
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Strikes like Reagan's Libyan and others indeed did the trick!!! :smug:
It is apparent that your selective history also neglects to incorporate the last few decades.....by the way, what "Others" do you refer to?

Reagan did not go to war with Libya.
 
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Auffie's information deficit includes not being aware that N. Korea has enough conventional weapons to obliterate S. Korea.
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Auffie's information deficit includes not being aware that N. Korea has enough conventional weapons to obliterate S. Korea.
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Most all of them are Hollywood props! :p
Despite the bravado displayed in your signature, you seem to be living in the cartoon world of Hollywood. Anyway, you are far better than those powerful "invisible" old men ruling China from behind with their fossilized brains of the 1950s.

China seems to be so obsessed with propping up the near-bankrupt state of North Korea that it has become a captive of its own obsession. In his fifth vovage, Sinbad managed to get rid of his destestable burden of the Old Man of the Sea. Perhaps China can only rid itself of the North Korean burden once it frees itself from the time warp of the Korean War.
 
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they're dangerous in their isolation. I'm not sure they know the earth is round. they (Kim, specifically) may have delusions about the size and scope of his country's abilities and strength that could mean disaster if he tried it out.


I also think China is quite Ok with them. They provide a buffer between them and the West that they see as a good buffer.
 
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Auffie's information deficit includes not being aware that N. Korea has enough conventional weapons to obliterate S. Korea.
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They can kill something like 90% of the South's population is what, 45 minutes? With nukes that goes to 100% plus a few more million in Japan.
 
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they're dangerous in their isolation. I'm not sure they know the earth is round. they (Kim, specifically) may have delusions about the size and scope of his country's abilities and strength that could mean disaster if he tried it out.


I also think China is quite Ok with them. They provide a buffer between them and the West that they see as a good buffer.
With regard to your comment that North Korea provides a "good buffer" for China, I have to point out the ancient wars and the latent territorial disputes between both countries. Isn't it stupid to employ a descendant of an old enemy to be one's watchman? Won't the watchman turn his gun (or nuclear missiles, in the case of North Korea) backwards and march into the house to be his own master one day?
 
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It would be PURE SUICIDE if they did! :eek:
If a few North Korean nuclear missiles hit some big Chinese cities in a future territorial dispute, hundreds of millions of Chinese will die and China will be brought back to the Middle Ages prior to North Korea’s suicidal death. It won’t be surprising that Uncle Sam is looking forward to the mutual destruction between the Asian strange bedfellows.

As seen in the defiant and rebellious attitude adopted by the crafty rogue state towards its foolish benefactor, a nuclear war between the so-called “allies” could not be ruled out in the future. :skull:
 

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