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That seems a little rude.. fair, but rude

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Then what in the **** is NORAD
 
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They're provoking because they know Trump will bite.

NK: world trolling champions since 1950! (which is where they still are, but that's another story)
 
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How could it possibly benefit the dictatorship? If Trump bites, Kim is hanging from a noose.
 
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North Korea fires another missile Pyongyang South Korea Japan - Business Insider

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Emergency alerts in Japan were issued and an one account claims that it passed over Hokkaido at 7:06 a.m. local time and over to the Pacific Ocean.
confirmation
 
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How could it possibly benefit the dictatorship? If Trump bites, Kim is hanging from a noose.
You imply by 'bite' I mean 'go to war'.

The NK leadership (not just the various 'supreme leaders' over the years, but their senior commanders in the military and internal political world) basically use the whole thing to shore up their own power base, keeping the internal **** in check. A 'show of force' is needed every now and then to remind everyone (within and without) of just what the possibilities are. It's much the same brinkmanship that went on during the cold war.

As the old saying goes, there's nothing like a war to shore up support for the incumbent leadership. Same goes for the threat of war. Any crisis, really - look at Trump's approval ratings stop their slide during the hurricanes. If they can manufacture some insecurity among the populace, they reinforce their support.

The support for the reigning family in NK isn't as iron-clad as it might seem from the outside, especially through all the propaganda. There's always factions working away and there's always going to be someone there with a ready knife waiting for an opportunity to take control. That they've managed to hold on this long is frankly pretty amazing. Lil' Kim is still relatively new to the post, and is basically flexing his doughy little muscles to scare the folks away.
 
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^^^ liquid ****in aussie asperger autism

w/ dingo cheese
 
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how you think japan feels about that theory hamster?
 
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I don't think Japan buys it... this was before the missile flew over tonight

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Japan's top government spokesman said Thursday that a North Korean threat to sink Japan with a nuclear bomb is "extremely provocative and outrageous."

A statement from an organization called the Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee attacked the United States for leading a push for stronger U.N. sanctions against North Korea, and railed against Japan for backing the U.S. campaign.

"The four islands of the (Japanese) archipelago should be sunken into the sea" by a nuclear bomb, the statement reads in part. It was distributed by the Korean Central News Agency, the state news service.

North Korea often issues bellicose threats that it doesn't actually carry out. But Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga, responding to a reporter's question about the North Korean dispatch, said the statement "significantly escalates tension in the region and is absolutely unacceptable."
 
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You imply by 'bite' I mean 'go to war'.

The NK leadership (not just the various 'supreme leaders' over the years, but their senior commanders in the military and internal political world) basically use the whole thing to shore up their own power base, keeping the internal **** in check. A 'show of force' is needed every now and then to remind everyone (within and without) of just what the possibilities are. It's much the same brinkmanship that went on during the cold war.

As the old saying goes, there's nothing like a war to shore up support for the incumbent leadership. Same goes for the threat of war. Any crisis, really - look at Trump's approval ratings stop their slide during the hurricanes. If they can manufacture some insecurity among the populace, they reinforce their support.

The support for the reigning family in NK isn't as iron-clad as it might seem from the outside, especially through all the propaganda. There's always factions working away and there's always going to be someone there with a ready knife waiting for an opportunity to take control. That they've managed to hold on this long is frankly pretty amazing. Lil' Kim is still relatively new to the post, and is basically flexing his doughy little muscles to scare the folks away.
cliffs

in non-sperg english 2 kthx
 
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Cliffs
NK is just kidding and the world is laughing with him

He is brain dead
 
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If you need a cliffs of three short paragraphs, it's not worth trying.
 
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COOL

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South Korea has reportedly fired a ballistic missile towards North Korea in response to the hermit state's earlier strike.

North Korea fired a missile in an eastern direction, over the island of Hokkaido, from its capital Pyongyang.

South Korea has responded by firing a ballistic missile into waters off its eastern coast, it has been reported.
South Korea 'fires ballistic missile' in response to North Korea's strike towards Japan - Mirror Online
 
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Let's hope this pace continues
 
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cliffs

in non-sperg english 2 kthx
read it three times

all of it is pure autistic gibberish

listening to a hamster wheel spin and squeak is more coherent

and better use of time
 
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If you need a cliffs of three short paragraphs, it's not worth trying.
your ability to elucidate is turrible

thats not my fault
 
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he can't repeat that.. even he isn't that stupid
 
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he already regrets posting it
 
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your ability to elucidate is turrible

thats not my fault
and in sperg talk (MC HAMSTER NATIVE TOUNGUE)

use your words to say something.......

it isn't how many you type but how much you can say
 
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There's always factions working away and there's always going to be someone there with a ready knife waiting for an opportunity to take control.
could you or could you not literally care more or less
 
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