North Korea likely to face tough unil...

North Korea likely to face tough unilateral sanctions for its nuke test, but will China join?

There are 2 comments on the The Washington Post story from Feb 14, 2013, titled North Korea likely to face tough unilateral sanctions for its nuke test, but will China join?. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

A South Korean army soldier walks by a signboard showing the distance to North Korean capital Pyongyang and that for South's capital Seoul from Imjingang Station near the border village of Panmunjom in Paju, South Korea, Thursday, Feb.

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#1 Feb 15, 2013
North Korea proved that it will not stop working together with the Iranian regime and with China support behind the scenes against the Obama regime that runs for help from the weak UN which proved its failure to stop North Korean threat to the American people. Unlike President Bush who used the UN to get support for US operation against the Iraqi nukes, Obama and Kerri seek to use the incompetent and Mozlem Brother ruled UN to give a pass to the Iranian regime in their rush to the nukes. Obama promises to Israel to prevent Iranian nukes are baseless since Obama will do nothing to prevent the nukes and will go to the UN to ask for more sanctions that proved to be worthless against the Iranian regime and his partner North Korean regime. The result is more threat by Obama to PM Netanyahu in his visit to Israel next months while Israel will not agree to hold off attack before June 2013 which Israel set as last minute attack on the Iranian regime and his nukes. Obama is running the clock down like it was a fourth quarter in a big game but the losers will be the American people that will have to live with the new Iranian nuke superpower and its terrorist organizations that will use the nukesí threat to humanity to spread the Mozlem Brotherhood all over the world.

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#3 Feb 15, 2013
I think USA has made a lot of countries feel insecure, when it attacked Iraq and Libya.

Pretending to have weapons of mass destruction didn't work as a deterrent for Iraq. And giving up it's nuclear program in return for reassurances of peace from the West didn't work for Libya either.

USA attacked both countries anyway. And it's no surprise that the North Koreans seeing this went ahead with their nuclear program. It's obvious to them that nothing works as a deterrent except the actual possession of nuclear weapons. This is what has kept the peace between nuclear powers since World War II.

And this is the reason why neither USA, nor Russia, nor any other country with nuclear weapons will ever give them up. It doesn't makes sense for any country to give them up.

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