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    Re: N Korean leader Kim 'has cancer'

    Good. Maybe he'll die.

    Soon.

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    Re: N Korean leader Kim 'has cancer'

    It must have matastisized to his brain.
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    Re: N Korean leader Kim 'has cancer'

    Quote Originally Posted by JW Frogen View Post
    Do not worry Ms Catz; Killer Kim is a classic bully, all bluster and no balls. If he crossed the DMZ the US would wipe his ass and tell China to like it.

    He knows it, China knows it.

    He is throwing a lot of crap fireworks around trying to play big man.

    What the US should do is tell China to reign this **** head in, and reign him in quick time or the US will have no option but to re-arm Japan (who fears both China and North Korea) to the teeth. A Japan still techlicnologically superior China.

    And China still fears Japan.

    China keeps this creepy **** head in power because they do not want North Korean refugees, and because they do not want a unified democratic Korea on their border.

    We have to make it more costly for China to keep Killer Kim rather than get rid of him.

    Because the one and only thing China cares about is China.

    Make them pay too much to keep this idiot Bond villian, and they will get rid of him.
    China has no more control over him than we do. Kim would fire off a nuke at Beijing just as soon as he would anywhere else.

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    Re: N Korean leader Kim 'has cancer'

    Kim Jong-ill.

    Bwueh.
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    Re: N Korean leader Kim 'has cancer'

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    China has no more control over him than we do. Kim would fire off a nuke at Beijing just as soon as he would anywhere else.
    China has indeed built-up their military on the border with the DPRK.

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    Re: N Korean leader Kim 'has cancer'

    Quote Originally Posted by tlmorg02 View Post
    BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | N Korean leader Kim 'has cancer'



    So, Chinese intelligence leaks have reported that Kim Jong-il has Pancreatic Cancer. Many feel that he now only has five years max, to live. So, does this news explain NK's behavior over the past six months, or does it mean there is worse to come?
    I think the only thing it will mean is that one of sons will take over and do the same **** those before him did. KIm Jong-Il may try to kiss some ass to get a foreign doctor to treat him or throw one of his tantrums to get us to give him a doctor in exchange for him cooling down.
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    Re: N Korean leader Kim 'has cancer'

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    I think the only thing it will mean is that one of sons will take over and do the same **** those before him did.
    The one thing that Kim Jong-il had in common with his father was rampant paranoia. If Kim's son shares that trait, as bad as Kim is, his death will not be a cause for celebration by any other nation.

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    Re: N Korean leader Kim 'has cancer'

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    I think the only thing it will mean is that one of sons will take over and do the same **** those before him did.
    Yes, but the son set to take the throne, so to speak, is Kim Jong Un. He is the youngest of Jong-il's children and the most corruptable. There are reports that the successor is prone to partying and loves Western goods. So there may be a brightside in having someone more easy to bribe at the helm.

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    Re: N Korean leader Kim 'has cancer'

    Quote Originally Posted by tlmorg02 View Post
    Yes, but the son set to take the throne, so to speak, is Kim Jong Un. He is the youngest of Jong-il's children and the most corruptable. There are reports that the successor is prone to partying and loves Western goods. So there may be a brightside in having someone more easy to bribe at the helm.
    I am not so sure. The same vices were attributed to Saddam Hussein's progeny, as I recall, and, if anything, they were more demented than he was.

    Personally, I would prefer Kim to die a quick death, a sudden death, that throws the leadership of the country into chaos (realizing that, with the selection of Kim Jong Un as heir apparent it might already be past a point where that can happen). A destabilized Pyongyang would be far more likely to topple.

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    Re: N Korean leader Kim 'has cancer'

    Quote Originally Posted by tlmorg02 View Post
    Yes, but the son set to take the throne, so to speak, is Kim Jong Un. He is the youngest of Jong-il's children and the most corruptable. There are reports that the successor is prone to partying and loves Western goods. So there may be a brightside in having someone more easy to bribe at the helm.

    I do not think it will happen. Their families are living large and in charge and I do not think the others who also live as comfortable will allow him to sell them out for trinkets. Besides that Western goods can be imported through China or some other means and western goods can be bootlegged/counterfeited and then shipped to North Korea.
    "A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murder is less to fear"

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