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What do you think will happen to North Korea's nuclear weapons?
Are you afraid, now that Kim Jong Ill is dead, that North Korea's nuclear weapons might fall into terrorist hands? What supports your opinion?
Difficult to know. A lot will come down to the leadership transition phase and what happens after them. North Korea may become a loose cannon (excuse the pun) or the west may use this time to flex its muscle to argue for democracy rather than communism. A whole lot of unknowns at the moment that only time will give us the answer to.
I think North Korea will continue as it has with just a change in the name of the one in charge.
Well, since Kim Jong-Il has probably been dead for over a year despite the propaganda that he died of "overwork and stress" on a train journey but there is proof that the train never moved. Further, voice analysis shows that the one in place was a lookalike as compared to older Kim Jong-Ils, I guess the nukes will remain in the same place they have been all along.
The same as the USA and URSS...etc
No one seems to be stupid enought to use it.
by days leaper5 years ago
Is any-one else in the west fed up of American war mongerings?North Korea is a target again, according to the TV nerws.Why doesn't America mind it's own business, and stop this bullying of smaller countries? The...
by Ken Burgess9 months ago
Will North Korea's hostilities actually unite Russia, China, and America together in a alliance?A question was asked "Do you want nuclear war with North Korea and China?" by promisem. Of course no one...
by fishskinfreak20089 years ago
There has been a lot of anger in recent days about North Korea's nuclear weapons because of THE POTENTIAL that the DPRK could use its enriched uranium for building bombs that could hit any Asian nation as well as Asia,...
by Mike Russo11 months ago
What did America do to make North Korea hate us?
by Jack Lee14 months ago
It is a delemma for me. As a conservative and one who does not like wars unless absolutely necessary, I am just not sure what we can do in this case.You have a dictator who is treated as a god by his own people, almost...
by RKHenry9 years ago
So now that U. N. Security Council wants nothing to do with this man. North Korea has been thrown back into Washington's lap. Well, that's just great. For all those who don't live in this country, it might...
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