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    Fresh from their successful nuclear test at the weekend, the North Koreans have test fired two more short range missiles.
    North Korea 'launches two more missiles' | BreakingNews.ie


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    Richard Boyd Barrett has called on the deformed workers state of the Democratic Republic of North Korea to make a tactical nuclear strike on Killiney to hasten the Glorious Irish Proletarian Revolution.

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    South Korea, meanwhile, announced it would join a maritime web of more than 90 nations that intercept ships suspected of spreading weapons of mass destruction — a move North Korea warned would constitute an act of war.
    N. Korea Ignores World, Tests More Missiles

    Things are starting to move fast.

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    Next move is up to the Chinese. Maybe some people think that a war economy could soften a lot of the recession's effects?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sierra View Post
    N. Korea Ignores World, Tests More Missiles

    Things are starting to move fast.
    Damn right they are...

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    Next move is up to the Chinese. Maybe some people think that a war economy could soften a lot of the recession's effects?
    Well a nice brief non nuclear exchange would do wonders for the global downturn, not to mention giving a much needed morale boost to the plebs. Who should go at it I wonder?

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    Am I the only person who thinks that this will come to absolutely nothing. Its just a case of North Korea trying to wind up the word community. They clearly like the idea of feeling big and powerful, but have no intention of starting a war they would inevitably lose.

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    non story to be honest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy Tayto View Post
    Well a nice brief non nuclear exchange would do wonders for the global downturn, not to mention giving a much needed morale boost to the plebs. Who should go at it I wonder?
    Well it would give the american ammunitions industry a stimulus. It accounts for something like 15% of GDP, one of the highest in the developed world. You never know a war might just get America moving again

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