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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
« Reply #41 on: August 12, 2017, 09:55:07 AM »
China and Russia have to join the USA

America has spent years forcing Russia into being their enemy, so its probably a bit late to try and snuggle up to them all of a sudden.


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NK is bluffing and will back down once US bombers start doing daily practice runs around the peninsula.

North Korea simply wants to be left alone. Is that too much to ask?

Washington can't stand the sight of an independent country running its own affairs.


Its fun to see there is still one country left on earth capable of telling America to F-off  :laugh:
Ha, ha, ha!

josef stalin sure had a funny way of making friends.

Like your buddy joe, NK just wants to kill its citizens without anyone like the US getting in the way. Cool!

kimmy's reaction to starving NK citizens.

FIFY.



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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
« Reply #42 on: August 12, 2017, 10:27:05 AM »
- lives in South Korea
- defends North Korea
- expects to be taken seriously

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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
« Reply #43 on: August 12, 2017, 10:57:06 AM »
- lives in South Korea
- defends North Korea
- expects to be taken seriously

There are a couple nork sympathizers in South Korea

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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
« Reply #44 on: August 12, 2017, 02:44:45 PM »
reaction to starving NK citizens.


If you were actually worried about "starving citizens", why don't you take care of your own?

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42 million people struggle with hunger in the United States, including 13 million children. 5.4 million seniors donít have enough to eat.

http://www.feedingamerica.org/hunger-in-america/hunger-and-poverty-facts.html

Or why did it not bother you when you trashed Somalia, Bosnia, Sudan, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, Yemen, Iraq, Pakistan, Libya and Syria? Causing a tidal wave of refugees and suffering?


America is always inventing "humanitarian" reasons to meddle in the affairs of other countries when the reality is they're just trying to control and exploit everyone else.

Thats why its so good to see at least someone is able to tell america to F-off   :laugh: :laugh: :cry:

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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
« Reply #45 on: August 12, 2017, 04:26:55 PM »


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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
« Reply #46 on: August 13, 2017, 01:13:26 AM »
If you were actually worried about "starving citizens", why don't you take care of your own?
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42 million people struggle with hunger in the United States, including 13 million children

Well they say that. To get more free food I guess.

Compare "hungry" ghetto folk in the U.S. to the poor in third world countries.

Which are more hefty?

It's extremely rare to find undernourished citizens of the U.S. Maybe crack addicts? But even they are eating enough calories usually.

The Global Food Security Index ranked the U.S. number one for food affordability and overall food security.
http://foodsecurityindex.eiu.com/Country/Details#United%20States

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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
« Reply #47 on: August 13, 2017, 10:02:13 AM »
reaction to starving NK citizens.


If you were actually worried about "starving citizens", why don't you take care of your own?

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42 million people struggle with hunger in the United States, including 13 million children. 5.4 million seniors donít have enough to eat.

http://www.feedingamerica.org/hunger-in-america/hunger-and-poverty-facts.html

The US does; it's NK that doesn't.

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Medicaid paid for health care for 64.9 million low-income adults in 2014. The largest share (50 percent) went to 29.5 million children. Next was 19.2 million adults, mostly parents of these children. It pays for 40 percent of all U.S. births.

Medicaid also paid health expenses for 9.8 million blind and disabled people. The smallest category was 5.4 million low-income seniors. It paid for any health costs that Medicare didn't cover.

The Affordable Care Act increased Medicaid coverage by 28 percent. It raised the income level and allowed single adults to qualify. (Source: "Half of U.S. Births Are Covered by Medicaid," Kaiser News, September 3, 2013. "2014 CMS Statistics,Table I.16," Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, 2016.)

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TANF is the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program. Most people refer to this program as welfare. On average, it provided income to 2.8 million recipients in 2016.

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Food Stamps is the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. It gives food vouchers to 47.6 million people, or 23 million households. They receive $133 a month on average. The total federal cost is $79.9 billion, of which $3.8 billion is administration. (Source: "SNAP Costs," U.S. Department of Agriculture.)

There's an additional food stamp program for nursing mothers and young children. The Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children provides food or vouchers, education, and referrals to help feed pregnant women and children up to age six.

On average, 8.66 million people received WIC each month, of which more than 75 percent were children or infants. ("WIC FAQ" U.S. Department of  for 2013)

The Child Nutrition Program provides free or reduced cost lunches to 30 million children. It costs the federal government $12 billion (Source: "Child Nutrition Program," U.S. Department of Agriculture.)

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Supplemental Security Program provides cash  to help the aged, blind and disabled to buy food, clothing, and shelter. On average, roughly 8.4 million people receive $536 per month. Of those, 7.3 million are blind or disabled. (Source: "SSI Monthly Statistics," The Social Security Administration.)


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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
« Reply #48 on: August 13, 2017, 11:00:15 AM »
Pizdets!
Nothing but pure propaganda from the globalist imperialist elitist states of America.
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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
« Reply #50 on: August 13, 2017, 12:46:19 PM »

Medicaid paid for health care for 64.9 million low-income adults in 2014.

I never said North korea is a perfect country. I said that it is good to see a country stand up to America.


The North Korean famine ended in 1998 by the way.  :wink:


But lets entertain your sidetracking for a moment.


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The US does; it's NK that doesn't.


So you should invade?

If a country not looking after its starving people automatically triggers a US invasion, why didn't you invade the Central African Republic, Chad, Zambia, Haiti, Madagascar, Sierra Leone, Timor L'este, Niger, Ethiopia, Angola, and Djibouti- all of which have more serious rates of starvation than North korea?



You guys...really.

Deflection, avoidance of responsibility, avoidance of answering direct questions, defensive one-liners, sidetracking, irrelevant answers, ad hominem attacks, provocations. Thats all you ever get from americans.
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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
« Reply #51 on: August 13, 2017, 01:27:41 PM »

Medicaid paid for health care for 64.9 million low-income adults in 2014.

I never said North korea is a perfect country. I said that it is good to see a country stand up to America.


The North Korean famine ended in 1998 by the way.  :wink:


But lets entertain your sidetracking for a moment.


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The US does; it's NK that doesn't.


So you should invade?

If a country not looking after its starving people automatically triggers a US invasion, why didn't you invade the Central African Republic, Chad, Zambia, Haiti, Madagascar, Sierra Leone, Timor L'este, Niger, Ethiopia, Angola, and Djibouti- all of which have more serious rates of starvation than North korea?



You guys...really.
Riddle me this, wrong answer man:

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The U.S. government continues to respond to the humanitarian disaster in southern Madagascar
Another $5 million donation brings the total U.S. government contribution to over $36 million for emergency food relief to southern Madagascar
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Barack Obama today announced a large US relief effort for Haiti, where between 45,000 and 50,000 people are feared dead after a devastating earthquake.

The US president said America would give $100m to the aid effort for the stricken Caribbean country and pledged that the people of Haiti "will not be forgotten".
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Thursday, August 3, 2017
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Telephone: +1.202.712.4320 | Email: press@usaid.gov | Twitter: @USAIDPress

Today the United States announced more than $169 million in humanitarian assistance to support those in Ethiopia and Kenya who are experiencing the effects of prolonged severe drought. This additional funding, including nearly $137 million in Ethiopia and nearly $33 million in Kenya, brings the total U.S. humanitarian contribution in Ethiopia and Kenya to more than $458 million in Fiscal Year 2017.

Really!

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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
« Reply #52 on: August 13, 2017, 06:42:08 PM »
The U.S. government continues to respond to the humanitarian disaster in southern Madagascar
Another $5 million donation brings the total U.S. government contribution to over $36 million for emergency food relief to southern Madagascar

There you go changing the subject again. Do you have a really short attention span?   :shocked:


So lets get back to the topic at hand:

America can't invade North Korea (like they did numerous other countries) because now they have nukes.

hahahaha  :laugh:  :laugh:  :cry:  :cry:

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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
« Reply #53 on: August 13, 2017, 07:27:33 PM »
The U.S. government continues to respond to the humanitarian disaster in southern Madagascar
Another $5 million donation brings the total U.S. government contribution to over $36 million for emergency food relief to southern Madagascar

There you go changing the subject again. Do you have a really short attention span?   :shocked:


So lets get back to the topic at hand:

America can't invade North Korea (like they did numerous other countries) because now they have nukes.

hahahaha  :laugh:  :laugh:  :cry:  :cry:


It's not the nukes stopping the US; it's the artillery aimed at Seoul. Humanitarian reasons--things you wouldn't understand.

You're confusing the US with Russia, which is afraid to invade because it would lose.

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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
« Reply #54 on: August 13, 2017, 08:39:30 PM »
It's not the nukes stopping the US

hahaha thanks for the laff.  :laugh: :laugh: :cry:

sure the nukes are really a minor consideration... america is quite happy to tolerate a few nukes dropped on their soil


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Humanitarian reasons--

..like all the millions of refugees you've created with your bombing of Syria, Yemen, Pakistan, Libya, Somalia, etc etc all because they had governments that refused to submit and become vassal states?

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in 2016 alone, the Obama administration dropped at least 26,171 bombs. This means that every day last year, the US military blasted combatants or civilians overseas with 72 bombs; thatís three bombs every hour, 24 hours a day.
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/jan/09/america-dropped-26171-bombs-2016-obama-legacy

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You're confusing the US with Russia, which is afraid to invade because it would lose.

Russia afraid to invade north korea? haha you are truly dense.

or do you mean Russia afraid to invade the US?  What a stupid thing to say.

By the same token then you could say America is afraid to invade Russia, because they know they'd lose  :laugh:


You seem pretty unintelligent and I don't really have the time to educate you. But... I'll give you a few tips.

Wean yourself off the msm
Learn to think objectively, fairly and independently
Let go of your american-connected ego and try to develop your own identity
Imagine your Korea...

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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
« Reply #55 on: August 13, 2017, 10:13:27 PM »
It's not the nukes stopping the US

hahaha thanks for the laff.  :laugh: :laugh: :cry:

sure the nukes are really a minor consideration... america is quite happy to tolerate a few nukes dropped on their soil


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Humanitarian reasons--

..like all the millions of refugees you've created with your bombing of Syria, Yemen, Pakistan, Libya, Somalia, etc etc all because they had governments that refused to submit and become vassal states?

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in 2016 alone, the Obama administration dropped at least 26,171 bombs. This means that every day last year, the US military blasted combatants or civilians overseas with 72 bombs; thatís three bombs every hour, 24 hours a day.
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/jan/09/america-dropped-26171-bombs-2016-obama-legacy

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You're confusing the US with Russia, which is afraid to invade because it would lose.

Russia afraid to invade north korea? haha you are truly dense.

or do you mean Russia afraid to invade the US?  What a stupid thing to say.

By the same token then you could say America is afraid to invade Russia, because they know they'd lose  :laugh:


You seem pretty unintelligent and I don't really have the time to educate you. But... I'll give you a few tips.

Wean yourself off the msm
Learn to think objectively, fairly and independently
Let go of your american-connected ego and try to develop your own identity
Take your own advice. Educate yourself first.

You, like the youngun up north, are all bark and no bite. Annoying enough to get a response from the immature like trump, but the mature American knows that there's plenty more bombs from where those 26,171 came from, so...


look


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Re: Time to leave South Korea?
« Reply #56 on: August 13, 2017, 10:23:49 PM »
As usual South Korea and Japan are focussed on the issues that matter:

Korea protests against Japan over Dokdo

The defense and foreign ministries both summoned ranking officials from the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, to protest Tokyo's renewed territorial claims over Korea's easternmost islets of Dokdo in its annual defense white paper released Tuesday.


http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/nation/2017/08/120_234377.html

Kind of dumb.  Korea just needs to say it's ours, f@k0ff.  Now, let's talk about the threat from the North Koreans.  They've bee  playing these games for years and have stepped it up a few notches since Kim Jong Un has taken over.  Trump's not thr kind of Pres you want to be picking a fight with.  This Kim must be some kind of stupid.  Hopefully some folks with common sense up there stage a coup or something to shut that guy down.