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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #25 on: September 12, 2004, 10:28:18 AM »
hes jewish not isrelian  :nahnah:
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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #26 on: September 12, 2004, 10:36:44 AM »
What the fuck is an Israelian?
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #27 on: September 12, 2004, 10:37:57 AM »
lol..
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #28 on: September 12, 2004, 10:47:52 AM »
hes jewish not isrelian 

Compare Arial Sharon to Kim Jong Ill, and tell me who's more "dark skinned".
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #29 on: September 12, 2004, 10:52:01 AM »
lmao.. ur funny.. lets compare Jesus to your hong kong jimbo w/e
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #30 on: September 12, 2004, 11:03:47 AM »
The reason why people give a shit about korea over other countries is because nobody knows what korea will do with their nukes.

N. Korea is so poor that they have a good chance of selling nukes on the black market. Any man of normal intelligence can determine that selling nukes on the black market is extremly dangerous (to america especially).

N. Korea has this thing with S.Korea....They hate the southerners. They might use them on the south.


Thats the reason why people dont complain about americas nukes. I dont think usa will drop a nuke on iraq anytime soon.
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #31 on: September 12, 2004, 12:29:15 PM »
Once and for all:

Japan was going to surrender anyway.  They were negotiating.

The bombs were dropped to send a message to the Soviets.  To show them what America was capable of.


End.

Just keep telling yourself that to keep hating America.  Japan was going to surrender?  They were negotiating?  Wow...someone didn't listen in history class...where the hell did you get that info?

The only reason America used the bombs was to send the Soviets a message?  Wow...just slap yourself, Jay, because you have absolutely no fucking idea what your talking about.
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #32 on: September 12, 2004, 12:33:19 PM »
dude, if you didn't learn in history class that a big reason to drop that bomb was to show the soviets what america was capable of then you obviously didn't pay attention in history class.
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #33 on: September 12, 2004, 12:50:41 PM »
dude, if you didn't learn in history class that a big reason to drop that bomb was to show the soviets what america was capable of then you obviously didn't pay attention in history class.

Sending a message to the Ruskie's was A reason, not THE reason, as Jay and many others would like to believe.
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #34 on: September 12, 2004, 12:59:29 PM »
dude, if you didn't learn in history class that a big reason to drop that bomb was to show the soviets what america was capable of then you obviously didn't pay attention in history class.

Sending a message to the Ruskie's was A reason, not THE reason, as Jay and many others would like to believe.

It was not just "A" reason.
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #35 on: September 12, 2004, 01:00:10 PM »
A forest fire??!!  A mushroom cloud two miles wide from a fucking FOREST FIRE?!  HOW FUCKING DUMB DOES HE THINK EVERYONE IS?!

IT WAS A FUCKING NUKE!


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http://epod.usra.edu/archive/epodviewer.php3?oid=196096


http://www.fotosearch.com/PHD168/31029/

All from forrest fires.
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #36 on: September 12, 2004, 01:04:49 PM »
Infinite:

Is allah's plan for you to make you look like a fucking moron every time you post something on the internet? If so, he's doing a good job.
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #37 on: September 12, 2004, 01:27:33 PM »
Infinite:

Is allah's plan for you to make you look like a fucking moron every time you post something on the internet? If so, he's doing a good job.
lol
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #38 on: September 12, 2004, 01:36:19 PM »
You cannot predict what was going to happen with the japanese during ww2.

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #39 on: September 12, 2004, 01:58:24 PM »
I like how the dropping of the two atomic bombs are considered okay because it saved "millions of lives".
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #40 on: September 12, 2004, 05:23:40 PM »
How come nobody reports when the United States, Isreal, or any European country test their stockpiles of nuclear weapons?  How come it's only news when dark skinned people develop 1 or 2 nukes?  Racism is alive and well.
1) ur white
2) koreans arent dark skinned , actually Isrelians are more dark skinned than koreans...

like you said, we test our stockpiles of weapons, we don't do it to show off....when's the last time the USA has blown off a few nukes on the forth of july as if they were firecrackers...also name the last time we've blown a few off near the borders of out country....

if you just admit you're a dumb muslim scumbag, we would all just let you live in your own stupid, fucked up little world where the (other) white people are trying to kill you just cause you're muslim...and we'll let you believe it has nothing to do with the lack of value you have for people's life or that you're a fucking mental midget
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #41 on: September 13, 2004, 04:01:46 PM »
How come nobody reports when the United States, Isreal, or any European country test their stockpiles of nuclear weapons?  How come it's only news when dark skinned people develop 1 or 2 nukes?  Racism is alive and well.

 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #42 on: September 13, 2004, 04:06:14 PM »
N. Korea: Demolition caused cloud



LONDON, England (CNN) -- North Korea has said a large mushroom cloud seen over the nation in satellite images was the result of a deliberate demolition of a mountain for a power plant.

After several days of speculation over the cause of the massive cloud, North Korean Foreign Minister Paek Nam Sun offered the explanation in a meeting with British Foreign Office Minister Bill Rammell.

"The foreign minister told Rammell that the large explosion several days ago was part of a planned demolition of a mountain for the construction of a hydroelectric plant," according to a statement Monday from the British Foreign Office.

"North Korea's foreign minister says suggestions that it was anything else are lies," the statement said.

Rammell asked that international diplomats be allowed to inspect the site, and the Foreign Office said North Korea has agreed to the request.

North Korea's vice foreign minister for Europe, Kung Sok Ung, said Britain's ambassador to Pyongyang, David Slinn, could go to the site as soon as Tuesday.

"Having asked the vice foreign minister this morning for our ambassador and other ambassadors to be allowed to visit the scene of the explosion, I am very pleased the North Koreans have agreed to the request," the UK Press Association quoted Rammell as saying.

The South Korean news agency Yonhap reported seeing a mushroom cloud 4 kilometers (2 miles) wide over the border area between North Korea and China in Yanggang Province on satellite images Thursday.

American and South Korean officials immediately played down the possibility the cloud was evidence of a nuclear weapons test, with one U.S. official telling CNN it was "no big deal" and could be from a forest fire.

But conspiracy theories were rife about what triggered the cloud on September 9, the anniversary of North Korea's founding.

Pyongyang traditionally uses the occasion to stage events to bolster national pride and show its superiority, and top Bush advisers concede there is intelligence the communist state may be preparing a nuclear test.

The U.S. periodically receives reports North Korea wants to test its nuclear capability, but senior officials say the reclusive regime's plans are hard to decipher.

Until Monday's statement, secretive North Korea had not officially responded to what may have triggered the cloud.

But the nation has come under the global spotlight for its covert nuclear program, revealed almost two years ago.

October surprises
America's national security adviser has suggested that North Korean leader Kim Jong Il's motive for any nuclear test could be to affect the U.S. election.

"The North Koreans would only succeed in isolating themselves further if they're somehow trying to gain negotiating leverage or their own October surprise," Condoleeza Rice said.

U.S. President George W. Bush is holding out for verifiable dismantlement, and North Korea may think his Democratic opponent, John Kerry, would have a different agenda.

"Their immediate goal is to hope Sen. Kerry prevails because they think he would be a more flexible negotiating partner," said Mike O'Hanlon from the Brookings Institution.

On Sunday, Kerry said "a potential route to a nuclear 9/11 is clearly visible" because of Bush's North Korea policy.

One Kerry adviser argued that by attacking Iraq, the U.S. has emboldened Pyongyang.

"They get the wrong message out of Iraq. You know, we invade countries that don't have nuclear weapons and we don't invade those that do," said former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.

Kerry has accused Bush of taking his eye off the ball with North Korea, which the Central Intelligence Agency thinks already has a handful of nuclear weapons.

The White House insists diplomacy is still the best strategy, although officials say the president never takes military action off the table.

Yonhap reported the explosion happened near the site of the Yongjori missile base -- a large facility with an underground missile firing range.

According to data gathered by the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), Yongjori is a suspected site for North Korea's uranium enrichment program.

NTI is a private charity, funded by CNN founder Ted Turner, dedicated to lessen the threat posed by weapons of mass destruction -- nuclear, chemical and biological -- around the globe, according to its Web site.

CNN Radio, CNN National Security Correspondent David Ensor and Correspondent Sohn Jie-Ae contributed to this report.
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #43 on: September 13, 2004, 09:19:54 PM »
N. Korea: Demolition caused cloud



LONDON, England (CNN) -- North Korea has said a large mushroom cloud seen over the nation in satellite images was the result of a deliberate demolition of a mountain for a power plant.

After several days of speculation over the cause of the massive cloud, North Korean Foreign Minister Paek Nam Sun offered the explanation in a meeting with British Foreign Office Minister Bill Rammell.

"The foreign minister told Rammell that the large explosion several days ago was part of a planned demolition of a mountain for the construction of a hydroelectric plant," according to a statement Monday from the British Foreign Office.

"North Korea's foreign minister says suggestions that it was anything else are lies," the statement said.

Rammell asked that international diplomats be allowed to inspect the site, and the Foreign Office said North Korea has agreed to the request.

North Korea's vice foreign minister for Europe, Kung Sok Ung, said Britain's ambassador to Pyongyang, David Slinn, could go to the site as soon as Tuesday.

"Having asked the vice foreign minister this morning for our ambassador and other ambassadors to be allowed to visit the scene of the explosion, I am very pleased the North Koreans have agreed to the request," the UK Press Association quoted Rammell as saying.

The South Korean news agency Yonhap reported seeing a mushroom cloud 4 kilometers (2 miles) wide over the border area between North Korea and China in Yanggang Province on satellite images Thursday.

American and South Korean officials immediately played down the possibility the cloud was evidence of a nuclear weapons test, with one U.S. official telling CNN it was "no big deal" and could be from a forest fire.

But conspiracy theories were rife about what triggered the cloud on September 9, the anniversary of North Korea's founding.

Pyongyang traditionally uses the occasion to stage events to bolster national pride and show its superiority, and top Bush advisers concede there is intelligence the communist state may be preparing a nuclear test.

The U.S. periodically receives reports North Korea wants to test its nuclear capability, but senior officials say the reclusive regime's plans are hard to decipher.

Until Monday's statement, secretive North Korea had not officially responded to what may have triggered the cloud.

But the nation has come under the global spotlight for its covert nuclear program, revealed almost two years ago.

October surprises
America's national security adviser has suggested that North Korean leader Kim Jong Il's motive for any nuclear test could be to affect the U.S. election.

"The North Koreans would only succeed in isolating themselves further if they're somehow trying to gain negotiating leverage or their own October surprise," Condoleeza Rice said.

U.S. President George W. Bush is holding out for verifiable dismantlement, and North Korea may think his Democratic opponent, John Kerry, would have a different agenda.

"Their immediate goal is to hope Sen. Kerry prevails because they think he would be a more flexible negotiating partner," said Mike O'Hanlon from the Brookings Institution.

On Sunday, Kerry said "a potential route to a nuclear 9/11 is clearly visible" because of Bush's North Korea policy.

One Kerry adviser argued that by attacking Iraq, the U.S. has emboldened Pyongyang.

"They get the wrong message out of Iraq. You know, we invade countries that don't have nuclear weapons and we don't invade those that do," said former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.

Kerry has accused Bush of taking his eye off the ball with North Korea, which the Central Intelligence Agency thinks already has a handful of nuclear weapons.

The White House insists diplomacy is still the best strategy, although officials say the president never takes military action off the table.

Yonhap reported the explosion happened near the site of the Yongjori missile base -- a large facility with an underground missile firing range.

According to data gathered by the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), Yongjori is a suspected site for North Korea's uranium enrichment program.

NTI is a private charity, funded by CNN founder Ted Turner, dedicated to lessen the threat posed by weapons of mass destruction -- nuclear, chemical and biological -- around the globe, according to its Web site.

CNN Radio, CNN National Security Correspondent David Ensor and Correspondent Sohn Jie-Ae contributed to this report.


Don't report this news, we needed a good reason to go fuck with N. Korea :(
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #44 on: September 14, 2004, 03:09:58 AM »
How come nobody reports when the United States, Isreal, or any European country test their stockpiles of nuclear weapons?  How come it's only news when dark skinned people develop 1 or 2 nukes?  Racism is alive and well.
1) ur white
2) koreans arent dark skinned , actually Isrelians are more dark skinned than koreans...

lol
 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #45 on: September 14, 2004, 03:18:27 AM »
I will answer for him... YES

How come nobody reports when the United States, Isreal, or any European country test their stockpiles of nuclear weapons?  How come it's only news when dark skinned people develop 1 or 2 nukes?  Racism is alive and well.


 

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Re: Blast, Mushroom Cloud Reported in N. Korea
« Reply #46 on: September 14, 2004, 05:28:05 PM »
OH MY GOD NORTH KOREA GOT NUKES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! JUST LIKE THE UNITED STATES!!!!!!!!

Yeah but they are communist. Wait what does communist mean?

Bad guy.