Discussion in 'Politics' started by Thread Manager, Apr 21, 2018.
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Could be the case, except all of the sources he mentioned aren't saying that at all. Literally, only "sources" I've seen saying that narrative are Russian bots/trolls on Reddit/Twitter/etc.
Yeah, I didn't say they were legit outlets.
But yeah. Its like Alex Jones. Repeat it, say its true and say you have sources that prove it, even if the info says the exact opposite. And then people just keep on repeating it, making it "true". Its legitimately making stuff up.
"Alternative facts" aka lies.
I bet Melania wishes she had been part of the Obama administration, rather than linked with her husband's.
I'm 99% certain that it was because the North Korea regime has no choice due to the reported collapse of the Punggye-ri nuclear test site last year. It was the largest yield test being done by the NK regime. It registered a 6.3 on richer scale and caused landslide. The detonation caused collapse in the facility, and killed a couple hundred of workers --some of them were certainly critical scientists & technicians. I think that this underground facility is destroyed.
NK does not have another test site to conduct large yield nuclear test. More importantly, I think that the NK regime suffered a great loss in term of people with the know-how and technical manpower.
200 dead in accident at North Korea nuclear test site:
So they've nuked themselves out of the nuke business? Interesting...
Look like it. They're limited in term of land space, specifically underground facility. The 1963 'Partial Nuclear Test Ban treaty' banned any nuclear test anywhere except underground. The 1996 'Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty' was not enforceable in practice since there were a couple of nations that did not ratified it. Since then India, Pakistan and North Korea conduced nuke tests.
So, it is almost a Star Trek VI situation.
That explains a lot..
So you're saying if one of the N. Korean negotiators has an eyepatch we should be on our toes?
Only if he starts quoting Shakespeare in the original Korean
I rechecked the Shakespeare quotes again for fun.
Then the logical choice for North Korea is to test nukes in outer space.
A guy walks into a waffle house (naked), shoots up the place (killing 4 people), gets taken down by an unarmed patron, somehow gets away, and we have no clue where he is.
Worst part is that everyone treats this story like its just another day in America.
Because it kinda is.
Except that's almost entirely false. If it were just another day then it wouldn't be national or international news. There would not be a manhunt out for him and there wouldn't be accolades for the unarmed man who stopped him from potentially killing more people. It turns out you do not need a good guy with a gun to stop a bad guy with a gun after all.
It is anything but another day in the country.
I'm wondering how he escaped.
I just hope that the guy who unarmed him punched him right in the d**k.
No one wants to hold down a naked dude.
Oh come on. Don't knock it till you try it.