North Korea urged to drop rocket launch plan

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rebound wrote:

Time to let North Korea know we are the best and shut down their silly attempts to dominate our decisions with China trumpeting their innocence. North Korea will continue to launch ballistic missiles in an attempt to gain military influence. We all know they keep 95% of their population as slaves without knowledge of the outside world by limiting the use of a vast amount of technology. They are just trying to gain influence through sham peaceful operations to actual military wielding operations of which is their sole purpose. They want to scare the rest of the world but they have to lie to get their. By any means possible I see. We should blast their missile out of they sky. They would lie to their people and say it was a error in the calibration or something because they can never be honest, even with their own people.

Dec 03, 2012 4:07am EST  --  Report as abuse
CatGarfield wrote:

Every country in the world has the right to launch satellite for peaceful use, including North Korea. However, this project could be too big for North Korea. Considering South Korea whose economy is much better than the North also keeps trying their own rockets and has already failed twice (they will launch a new one soon), I dont think the North has enough resources and technology to launch rockets successfully. the more rockets they produce, the sooner collapse coming.

Dec 03, 2012 7:22am EST  --  Report as abuse
BCerentano wrote:

@ CatGarfield…

Every country in the world has the right, except those prohibited by UN sanctions (unless, of course, North Korea has found a way to launch satellites without using ballistic rockets).

Dec 03, 2012 11:33am EST  --  Report as abuse
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