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    The title says it all.
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    To us? Barely even a nuisance.

    To S Koreans? A volatile threat.
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    he is just evil. if you go to NK you will never see a disabled person on the streets of the towns & cities. because KJU operates a policy of euthanasia towards them.
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    (Original post by AlexSharratt01)
    The title says it all.
    Both of them really
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    To us? Barely even a nuisance.

    To S Koreans? A volatile threat.
    And yet the reactions to their nuclear threats seem more extreme here, in SK you get a resounding meh, a reaction of "you crazy kids and your nukes".
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    (Original post by Drewski)
    To us? Barely even a nuisance.

    To S Koreans? A volatile threat.
    This. In Asia Pacific he is a serious threat


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    Why are you asking us? You're the illuminati, you should already know this
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    A cuddly nuisance.
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    (Original post by thunder_chunky)
    A cuddly nuisance.
    Exactly he keeps on saying he's going to use this and that and he never does!
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    (Original post by the bear)
    he is just evil. if you go to NK you will never see a disabled person on the streets of the towns & cities. because KJU operates a policy of euthanasia towards them.
    I'm not too sure how true that is. Whilst the government do keep the undesirables out of Pyongyang, I think one would be more likely to find them outside of Pyongyang. Observers of North Korea often don't get to see outside of Pyongyang and other special zones and as such, it is very difficult to get an accurate picture of what is happening in the country. I think the lack of disabled people in North Korea would probably be more likely due to the poor health care system unable to support them.
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    he epitomizes the banality of evil
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    Neither.

    For me he is just quality fap material. :borat:
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    True Korea is a nuclear power - so yes, its a threat
 
 
 
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