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#15 - He doesn't have to climb, per say, he just does it to add effe… 05/10/2014 on All of the Nope +1
#331 - Considering I was being pro-US, and you said you're a trained …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/16/2013 on War against North Korea 0
#332 - jonnyfunk (04/16/2013) [-]
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#75 - Normal there meaning... "A wide, diverse group compromise…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/16/2013 on Gay High School 0
User avatar #77 - happypancake (04/16/2013) [-]
Normal for the area then I guess, but satisfactory. Cheers.
#185 - Getting spies in wouldn't be the problem, there are bound to b… 04/16/2013 on War against North Korea 0
#184 - I think the main thing overpowering their reluctance for the r…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/16/2013 on War against North Korea 0
User avatar #205 - yuukoku (04/16/2013) [-]
Japan is definitely on their list. They are still under the assumption that China wants revenge for the occupation (which we do. Most ethnic Chinese still remember this. The younger generation like myself don't feel it as much, but we still remember.) China has too many economic interests in Japan and the U.S. Also, relations with both have been outstanding. They are also doing very well from selling rare earth metals to Japan (90% of Japan's computer materials come from China) Why throw that away for a crappy country that is stuck in the early 50s? Also, lots of 'proud' Chinese consider the North Koreans waaaaay below them... I can understand why, though I don't want to sound like an elitist or anything. That definitely plays a huge role in China's diplomacy with NK.

I'm worried for South Korea, though. In a ground war without the U.S., South Korea does not stand a great chance. North Koreans have infiltrated before and have tunnels under Seoul that the CIA are still finding.
#178 - I doubt they did, NK is extremely vocal about all things done …  [+] (3 new replies) 04/16/2013 on War against North Korea +5
User avatar #301 - starshroom (04/16/2013) [-]
good point
User avatar #180 - shazmothree (04/16/2013) [-]
That and I don't think they have the resources to get spys into the country
User avatar #185 - Zig (04/16/2013) [-]
Getting spies in wouldn't be the problem, there are bound to be "SK" immigrants that are NK nationalists. I wouldn't underestimate subterfuge, but like I said had it been them they would have told us by now.
#163 - China would be unquestionably on our side; they only hold on t…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/16/2013 on War against North Korea 0
#210 - anonymous (04/16/2013) [-]
Also, I think they like the idea of a buffer between them and South Korea. The reason they want a buffer is because South Korea is under U.S. influence and they don't care much for being that close to us or our allies. Just my thoughts, not gonna go too in-depth with explanation but I hope you'll get the idea of what I'm saying.
User avatar #171 - yuukoku (04/16/2013) [-]
True. Though China is still afraid of the refugee problem once the North Korean regime is defeated. It's always been simply less of a hassle to feed them and keep them quiet than actually going to war. I think the down sides to keeping North Korea alive are starting to break through to Beijing and it won't be long before North Korea loses its only ally.
User avatar #184 - Zig (04/16/2013) [-]
I think the main thing overpowering their reluctance for the refugee situation is that China wants nothing to do with nuclear fallout, which would happen if: NK's bomb fails and explodes domestically, NK bombs SK (which is most possible given distances, but most impractical if you are NK), or NK bombs Japan, which they have mentioned Japan ranks high on their "to-target" list.
User avatar #205 - yuukoku (04/16/2013) [-]
Japan is definitely on their list. They are still under the assumption that China wants revenge for the occupation (which we do. Most ethnic Chinese still remember this. The younger generation like myself don't feel it as much, but we still remember.) China has too many economic interests in Japan and the U.S. Also, relations with both have been outstanding. They are also doing very well from selling rare earth metals to Japan (90% of Japan's computer materials come from China) Why throw that away for a crappy country that is stuck in the early 50s? Also, lots of 'proud' Chinese consider the North Koreans waaaaay below them... I can understand why, though I don't want to sound like an elitist or anything. That definitely plays a huge role in China's diplomacy with NK.

I'm worried for South Korea, though. In a ground war without the U.S., South Korea does not stand a great chance. North Koreans have infiltrated before and have tunnels under Seoul that the CIA are still finding.
#138 - Everyone is getting in these huge arguments about who's bigger…  [+] (19 new replies) 04/16/2013 on War against North Korea +43
#264 - anonymous (04/16/2013) [-]
Thank you hat.
User avatar #250 - jonnyfunk (04/16/2013) [-]
What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I’ve been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I’m the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the fuck out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You’re fucking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that’s just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the United States Marine Corps and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little “clever” comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn’t, you didn’t, and now you’re paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shit fury all over you and you will drown in it. You’re fucking dead, kiddo.
User avatar #331 - Zig (04/16/2013) [-]
Considering I was being pro-US, and you said you're a trained Navy Seal...What gives?
#332 - jonnyfunk (04/16/2013) [-]
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User avatar #214 - HOLYCARP (04/16/2013) [-]
Is conjecture useful?
User avatar #208 - Hreidmar (04/16/2013) [-]
The one thing you said that isn't entirely correct is the 85% of N. Koreans that would like to see their current government overthrown. The government has such a complete hold on culture, media, and daily life, that I'd be willing to bet that percentage of N. Koreans would lay down their lives to defend their government, simply because they don't know that things could be better. They don't know how ridiculous the Korean newscasts are because they have nothing to compare it with.
User avatar #221 - thisisspartah (04/16/2013) [-]
and the fact that 41% are in the army right now with many more who have been in the army
User avatar #174 - HarvietheDinkle (04/16/2013) [-]
Well put.

Why would anyone think that NK would win against the US regardless?
User avatar #166 - shazmothree (04/16/2013) [-]
If it turns out that they had anything to do with Boston this will be happening soon
User avatar #178 - Zig (04/16/2013) [-]
I doubt they did, NK is extremely vocal about all things done against their enemies (i.e. nuclear progression, etc.). We would've heard from them by now.
User avatar #301 - starshroom (04/16/2013) [-]
good point
User avatar #180 - shazmothree (04/16/2013) [-]
That and I don't think they have the resources to get spys into the country
User avatar #185 - Zig (04/16/2013) [-]
Getting spies in wouldn't be the problem, there are bound to be "SK" immigrants that are NK nationalists. I wouldn't underestimate subterfuge, but like I said had it been them they would have told us by now.
User avatar #157 - yuukoku (04/16/2013) [-]
We're smarter than we used to be. We also have more friends than N. Korea does. China probably won't even help them out if war breaks out because of threats N. Korea poses to South Korean and Japanese oil refinement plants than China buys tons of oil from among many other factors.

U.S. would win hands-down even if the war isn't nuclear.

Makes me feel better that Canada knows how asinine it is that N. Korea is attempting to fight the U.S.
User avatar #163 - Zig (04/16/2013) [-]
China would be unquestionably on our side; they only hold on to their alliances with NK now because they are trying to keep them as a lapdog for spy work and scapegoating; also because it helps their case with the US selling them fighter jets. As long as the US doesn't completely own them, the US will continue to try and bribe them.
#210 - anonymous (04/16/2013) [-]
Also, I think they like the idea of a buffer between them and South Korea. The reason they want a buffer is because South Korea is under U.S. influence and they don't care much for being that close to us or our allies. Just my thoughts, not gonna go too in-depth with explanation but I hope you'll get the idea of what I'm saying.
User avatar #171 - yuukoku (04/16/2013) [-]
True. Though China is still afraid of the refugee problem once the North Korean regime is defeated. It's always been simply less of a hassle to feed them and keep them quiet than actually going to war. I think the down sides to keeping North Korea alive are starting to break through to Beijing and it won't be long before North Korea loses its only ally.
User avatar #184 - Zig (04/16/2013) [-]
I think the main thing overpowering their reluctance for the refugee situation is that China wants nothing to do with nuclear fallout, which would happen if: NK's bomb fails and explodes domestically, NK bombs SK (which is most possible given distances, but most impractical if you are NK), or NK bombs Japan, which they have mentioned Japan ranks high on their "to-target" list.
User avatar #205 - yuukoku (04/16/2013) [-]
Japan is definitely on their list. They are still under the assumption that China wants revenge for the occupation (which we do. Most ethnic Chinese still remember this. The younger generation like myself don't feel it as much, but we still remember.) China has too many economic interests in Japan and the U.S. Also, relations with both have been outstanding. They are also doing very well from selling rare earth metals to Japan (90% of Japan's computer materials come from China) Why throw that away for a crappy country that is stuck in the early 50s? Also, lots of 'proud' Chinese consider the North Koreans waaaaay below them... I can understand why, though I don't want to sound like an elitist or anything. That definitely plays a huge role in China's diplomacy with NK.

I'm worried for South Korea, though. In a ground war without the U.S., South Korea does not stand a great chance. North Koreans have infiltrated before and have tunnels under Seoul that the CIA are still finding.
#67 - True story. He went to a high school close to mine, he was jus…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/16/2013 on Gay High School 0
User avatar #73 - happypancake (04/16/2013) [-]
Hm. You want to define 'normal people'?
User avatar #75 - Zig (04/16/2013) [-]
Normal there meaning... "A wide, diverse group compromised of a variety of nations, sexualities, and anything else you could imagine. And rednecks. Lots of rednecks."
User avatar #77 - happypancake (04/16/2013) [-]
Normal for the area then I guess, but satisfactory. Cheers.
#172 - But, in rebuttal, imagine how difficult it is to look through … 03/25/2013 on The man who isn't scared of... 0
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