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reedak
05-07-2017, 06:55 AM
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.

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/north-korea-crisis-could--get-out-of-control---china-s-un-envoy-9001010

C. Flower
07-07-2017, 11:59 PM
It is unsurprising that people are scared that Korea might use nuclear weapons. A country that was destroyed itself by bombing and reduced to cave-dweller level, but survive, must seem like a dangerous animal that should be put down to the State that did the bombing.

TotalMayhem
30-07-2017, 02:56 PM
A country that was destroyed itself by bombing and reduced to cave-dweller level

As a little reminder the United States flew two supersonic B-1B bombers over the Korean peninsula in a show of force.

Reuters (https://www.reuters.com/article/us-northkorea-missiles-idUSKBN1AF02K)

Trow
30-07-2017, 03:16 PM
In another time, others would have been right in there without the need for a beefed up report on weapons of mass destruction.