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Response to daybranch (Reply #3)

Tue Apr 9, 2013, 06:33 AM

4. There is no need

 

for War, every time a country feels they need nuclear weapons to protect themselves. The best solution is to convince them they don't. The best way is to drop all sanctions and open relations. The rightwing threats never work. All it does is just escalate the rhetoric, and everybody wants to prove their manhood. This is all it is. Then you got the religious extremists going around, saying your human rights abuses are worst than ours. There are human rights abuses in every country, and the main abusers are rich and greedy people. North Korea is no different. They all take advantage of the weak and poor. If you want to talk about luxury and wealth, look in your own backyard and at Congress. many of them don't care about poor people. And they use religion to dumb down the population, the same as they accuse North Korea of. These job creators are nothing but moochers themselves.

If you did open up relations with North korea, there will be more communication with the people of North korea. Instead of throwing the insults at Kim, maybe more people need to do what Rodman did. Why don't the President give the young man a call and invite him to the United States for a visit or tour. Then he can see the American people are not so bad and their enemy. He will see how democracy really works. If they really believe in their Jesis Christ, then why don't they act like their Jesus Christ? Invite your enemy to the table, because you both speak from ignorance of each other. And a good example of this is the U.S. opening up relations with the Communist country they fought with in Vietnam.

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