America subjecting North Korea to hunger

Hitchcock

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I think it's near time that the US fire off one of the (many) tomahawk cruise missiles they have with fat boy Kims name on it. Time for a change, he's getting a tad too big for his boots.
It's posts like this that causes one to wonder about the intelect of your average P.ie poster :roll:

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this....



and this, do you?



The US lecture every country about what they can and can't have and yet they remain the only country to actually drop a bomb and also they are still the most heavily armed nuclear power on the planet and now they have a president who rivals Kim for ego, arrogance and cult.
 


im axeled

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I think it's near time that the US fire off one of the (many) tomahawk cruise missiles they have with fat boy Kims name on it. Time for a change, he's getting a tad too big for his boots.
thy could use obombers favourite wepon on him a drone , no need to waste a tomahawk on him
 

A Voice

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Then North Korea should spend less money on developing nuclear weapons and more on food.

The Supreme Leader could also share some of his food with others, as he is eating far too much.
Body shaming is fascist!!!

 

seth lord

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It's posts like this that causes one to wonder about the intelect of your average P.ie poster :roll:

You want more of this...



this....



and this, do you?



The US lecture every country about what they can and can't have and yet they remain the only country to actually drop a bomb and also they are still the most heavily armed nuclear power on the planet and now they have a president who rivals Kim for ego, arrogance and cult.
Pearl Harbour was a really really bad idea. And of course the Japs regard themselves as victims, the people of China POW's Et Al would disagree.
 

Blokesbloke

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That's not what the UN report says.
Fat Boy Supreme Leader isn't having any trouble finding food.

North Korea would be able to produce more food of its own and buy in more food if it did not spend its money and use up its resources on nuclear warheads.
 

the secretary

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Kim 'the fatter' is the reason North Korea is starving.
His backward, megalomaniac communist party also has something to do with it also.
The communist elite are not starving, just the people that are oppressed by this evil communist dictatorship.
 

Bill

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Fat Boy Supreme Leader isn't having any trouble finding food.

North Korea would be able to produce more food of its own and buy in more food if it did not spend its money and use up its resources on nuclear warheads.
oddly enough they have plenty of weed
 

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We know that hunger blockades are part of the Anglo-American tradition. This tradition continues now with regard to North Korea.

A UN report now says that sanctions on North Korea have caused a decline in humanitarian aid to North Korea. Malnutrition has become rampant, especially among children.

UN report: Sanctions disrupt humanitarian aid to North Korea - ABC News
Why are the sanctions there to begin with? and What do you think would happen to any additional aid that was sent?

From the link in the OP

Critics have long argued that aid to the North in effect serves to prop up the government by allowing it to focus more of its limited resources on building nuclear weapons, funding the country' million-man army or enriching the ruling elite, rather than spending on the segments of its population that are in the most need.
Your concern for the plight of the North Koreans is touching but not fooling anyone.
 

firefly123

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Kim 'the fatter' is the reason North Korea is starving.
His backward, megalomaniac communist party also has something to do with it also.
The communist elite are not starving, just the people that are oppressed by this evil communist dictatorship.
In fairness these lads aren't even communist. They are a weird mix of an autocratic-theocratic-deathcult--Stalinist-monarchy with a penchant for mass hysteria and marching.
 

Jim Car

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If the blockades are so effective and the reason for the hunger. Why is the leadership sill being driven around in the news of Mercedes why, why is the spending for cognac and fine wines continuously going up. This problem is a result of the north Korean governments actions. They are and have alway been more concerned with pillaging the country than taking care of its people. Every one of them is a kleptocrat.
 

jpc

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We know that hunger blockades are part of the Anglo-American tradition. This tradition continues now with regard to North Korea.

A UN report now says that sanctions on North Korea have caused a decline in humanitarian aid to North Korea. Malnutrition has become rampant, especially among children.

UN report: Sanctions disrupt humanitarian aid to North Korea - ABC News
The lad running the country don't seem to go short of a pie or two.
How much notice do the Chinese (big place above NK) take of US sanctions?
 

Telstar 62

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Socialism starves. Capitalism feeds.

GDP per capita for paired Eastern Bloc and Western Bloc countries in 1991.

 

automaticforthepeople

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Socialism starves. Capitalism feeds.

GDP per capita for paired Eastern Bloc and Western Bloc countries in 1991.

Depends on when the data was collected. In the 80's Swedens spend on the social economy rivaled that of East bloc countries while Germany, Austria, Greece and Finland all had goverenments that were left wing and strongly favoured intervention in the markets.

Indeed Greece in recent times is hardly a shining example of how capitalism works best to deliver opportunity, is it?
 


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