My jaw dropped when on the news last night, Hillary Clinton said the US was still deliberating on the extent of N.Korea's punishment in regards to their "blatant violation" of international law.
I see this situation turning out horrible. We have 2 Journalist imprisoned in Korea, and are desperately trying to get them home; while still trying to figure out a punishment for N. Korea. Hillary said they are attacking this as 2 different situations, but N. Korea thinks otherwise.
What does N. Korea hold that we "need" them? Other than our 2 journalist they plan to plea with.
If we can punish other countries then why wasn't Iraq, Iran, & Afghanistan punished instead of bombed? Oil ties?
Answer by Anonymous at 9:42 AM on Jun. 9, 2009
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They won't though, they are being threatened by KJI w/ WMDs. That's why they keep giving them necessities. they get nothing but some time from NK, until KJI decides he wants something else, then he threatens again. It's no different than organized crime and thugs that charge businesses for "security". I have a feeling nothing will change with the way we approach NK, Clinton is just trying to look like she is in control.
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