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    Re: North Korea to Restart Nuclear Weapons Plant

    Quote Originally Posted by Vader View Post
    Yes, they are. The are backing the wrong horse.

    I do see you point. There is no reason to sentence civilians to die because North Korea has its head up its ass.

    There has to be some way of stopping North Korea. Outside of military action; I would say... toppling the current government of North Korea is the only viable option.
    I would love to see that happen

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    Re: North Korea to Restart Nuclear Weapons Plant

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    I would love to see that happen
    Then you get a flood of refugees not to mention questionable control over nuclear weapons.

    A better alternative a Cuba like transition. Or a Vietnam one.
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    Re: North Korea to Restart Nuclear Weapons Plant

    Quote Originally Posted by Vader View Post
    Oooh ... good idea!

    I like the way you think.


    I was wondering how North Korea was getting the uranium to feed to their breeder reactor to get their weapons grade plutonium. I was pretty sure no one is selling it to them. The export regime is pretty good about not exporting to sketch countries. With their mines shut down and their reactors off line, they'd be limited to whatever waste they have now. It's a stop gap measure by far, but better than rising millions of South Korean lives as well as our own in fighting another war. Without material, a nation or group trying to make nukes is quite limited. It's a reason why both Obama and McCain were dead on the money when they proclaimed their mutual desire to secure all radioactive materials across the planet.
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