WHAT TO DO ABOUT NORTH KOREA

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Re: WHAT TO DO ABOUT NORTH KOREA
« Reply #40 on: June 22, 2017, 11:46:57 AM »
It used to be what they do to one of us they do to all ...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4628846/Hundreds-gather-funeral-Otto-Warmbier.html

'Otto was everybody's son or brother': Thousands gather for Otto Warmbier's funeral after the American student died at the hands of North Korea as he was punished over a stolen poster
The funeral for Otto Warmbier was held Thursday morning at Wyoming High School in Wyoming, Ohio
Thousands lined up for the service, but many were turned away when the auditorium reached it capacity of about 2,100
Inside the  school, Warmbier's family laid out the belongings he took with him on his trip to North Korea
Following the service, pallbearers carried Warmbier's casket out of the school and started the procession to Oak Hill Cemetery 
The 22-year-old died on Monday, six days after he was returned from North Korea in a coma
The American student had been detained in North Korea for 17 months, after the regime accused him of stealing a propaganda poster 

By Skehkar Bhatia In Wyoming, Ohio For Dailymail.com and Ashley Collman For Dailymail.com and Reuters and Afp

Published: 09:01 EDT, 22 June 2017  | Updated: 11:37 EDT, 22 June 2017 


Friends and family members gathered in Ohio to say goodbye to an American student who just six died days after being returned to the United States in a coma following 17 months in captivity in North Korea.

Otto Warmbier, 22, was arrested in the reclusive communist country while visiting as a tourist. He was brought back to the United States last week with severe brain damage, in what doctors described as state of 'unresponsive wakefulness,' and died on Monday.

Thousands turned out to pay their respects to Otto at his funeral on Thursday, but many were told they would not all be able to attend the service at Pendery Center for the Arts.

The hall, part of Wyoming High School, has a capacity of about 2,100, and many were seen being turned away at the door when the auditorium reached capacity.

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Re: WHAT TO DO ABOUT NORTH KOREA
« Reply #41 on: June 26, 2017, 09:44:07 PM »
NK is a product of 'the Cold War' decades ago.

It is always sad when an American is murdered in this hell hole.

NK will only fall if America takes them down: Because China will not.

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Re: WHAT TO DO ABOUT NORTH KOREA
« Reply #42 on: July 04, 2017, 12:41:04 PM »
http://www.drudgereport.com



MISSILE FLEW 40 MINUTES...
ALMOST 600 MILES...
LANDS IN SEA OF JAPAN...
Veteran newsreader returns to announce launch...
Japan increases evacuation drills...

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-07-04/north-korea-fires-ballistic-missile-south-korea-says

South Korea Looks Into Whether North Korea Missile Was an ICBM
By Kanga Kong
July 3, 2017, 6:14 PM PDT July 3, 2017, 10:45 PM PDT

    North Korea says to make major announcement this afternoon
    In tweet, Trump urges China to put a ‘heavy move’ on Pyongyang

North Korea’s test-fired a ballistic missile toward Japan and said it would make an “important announcement” Tuesday afternoon, prompting South Korea to examine if the regime had managed its first successful intercontinental ballistic missile launch.

South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said the projectile was fired around 9:40 a.m. and flew about 930 kilometers (578 miles). Japan’s Defense Ministry said it reached an altitude that “greatly exceeded” 2,500 kilometers. It was airborne for around 40 minutes.

The U.S. Pacific Command said in a statement it tracked a land-based intermediate range missile that landed in the Sea of Japan. But the lofted trajectory has led South Korea and the U.S. to now look at whether it was an ICBM, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said in a National Security Council meeting.
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Re: WHAT TO DO ABOUT NORTH KOREA
« Reply #43 on: July 04, 2017, 01:14:51 PM »

It's hoped this blooming confrontation results in freeing the people of North Korea.  If only this change could occur without hurting the people there, like war operations always do.  The people have suffered enough.  Wouldn't it be nice if the people could again:

1.  drive a car
2.  ride a bike
3.  not worry that they are next to be hauled off to the concentration camps for no return
4.  begin a business
5.  go to University
6.  vote for who they want to serve them in government

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Re: WHAT TO DO ABOUT NORTH KOREA
« Reply #44 on: July 04, 2017, 04:41:18 PM »
Don't these controlling "North Koreans" look more Chinese than Korean? just a question in my mind ...
That would make more sense ... a chinese commie total dictatorship over a serf Korean slave population ...


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South Korean actors Kim Sung-Oh, Seol Kyung-Gu, Son Ye-Jin, Do Ji-Han and Kim Sang-Kyung attend the 'Tower' Press Screening at CGV on December 18, 2012 in Seoul, South Korea. The film will open on December 25 in South Korea.

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Korean Holidays That You Need to Know

Korean Memorial Day



Memorial Day is celebrated on June 6th. It is a day when Koreans remember and honor the soldiers and civilians who died for their country. While it is for remembrance for all Koreans who died, the day is especially focused on Those who died during the Korean War from June 1950 to July 1953. There is a one minute silent tribute at 10am when sirens sound throughout the country, and all Korean flags are flown at half-staff. At the Seoul National Cemetery, a national commemoration ceremony is held every year.
Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth: therefore despise not thou the chastening of the Almighty: For he maketh sore, and bindeth up: he woundeth, and his hands make whole ; He shall deliver thee in six troubles: yea, in seven there shall no evil touch thee. - Job 5