North Korea lashes out anew over prot...

North Korea lashes out anew over protest in Seoul

There are 6 comments on the Marshfield News-Herald story from Apr 17, 2013, titled North Korea lashes out anew over protest in Seoul. In it, Marshfield News-Herald reports that:

South Korean protesters burn effigies of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, and late leaders Kim Jong Il and Kim Il Sung at an anti-North Korea protest on the birthday of Kim Il Sung in Seoul, South Korea.

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Surry Hills, Australia

#1 Apr 17, 2013
Maybe that fat little pig Kim Jong Un should shut his mouth and focus on fixing his own country ... the country that kills its own people for no reason

United States

#2 Apr 17, 2013
He isn't going to do anything just sit back and Run his Mouth. Saying all the threats for over a week and we sit on guard while he party's all weekend. All he wants is other countries to give his country food fuel and too keep his Nuclear wepones. Justa sspoiled brat.

Barry, UK

#3 Apr 17, 2013
Give him and his regime a free trip to MARS......

Columbus, GA

#4 Apr 17, 2013
I know as well as everybody with any since that they can NOT defeat America. Im just a little concerned that maybe they know something we dont. Maybe some other country is standing in the shadows and we dont even have a clue.Sort of like playing cards. You cant see the other mans down cards. The good Lord warned us about these days. Turn to the Lord bc in the end America or China doesnt prevail...the kingdom of heaven does.Jesus saves. He loves YOU

Chandler, AZ

#5 Apr 18, 2013
What has surfaced and not being reported is that N. Koreas ballistic missile test a few months ago put a pay load in low orbit. That pay load that is being talked about is two nuclear missiles. So their is a reasonable conclusion that Kim Jong has nukes in low orbit which we have satellite killers to take it out. This fat pig needs a hard lesson and we need to teach that he simply cant bully the world into submission when ever he wants to by holding us hostage with his threats. If the U.S. gives into his demands it will have severe consequences when it comes to dealing with Iran. N Korea needs to be shown a hard blow and then we need to deal with the two faced lying Iran and its terrorist president.

Central District, Hong Kong

#6 Apr 18, 2013
Although posting a comment here is almost meaningless, It's good to share some thoughts and concerns. There are wars happening all over the world. You hear about some of them, others remain unseen by the general public. Although some wars are necessary, the majority of wars were/are NOT NECESSARY and should NOT BE ENCOURAGED, just because the companies that design and sell weapons push it in that direction. Now you've got NK and Iran. See with NK's case, the sanctions are the perfect excuse for things to get heated. Sanctions are essentially an act of war. The spark that can set off a fire if you will. The powers that be, as usual and without asking anyone, proceed to make waves where is really no need to be made. NK, responds and as seen in the eyes of the public are pretty much cornered. They, like any nation, just want to be taken seriously, as a force to be reckoned with. At the same time, mass hysteria is being created through mass media. What is surely happening, is SHIFTING THE FOCUS OF THE EYES OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC toward the supposed escalating situation in NK, and away from other happenings in the world. The nations leaders could care less about the general public. The people of NK are brainwashed and it's obvious, but then again, so is the mass majority of the public in the world. These wars would not be wars against terror, nor wars pursuing freedom. It is a war of interests. Anyway the world's leaders are not thinking of the good of the people, and the powers that be have made sure of that. If a Third World War breaks out, it's the people that will pay the toll, and we all need to be reminded that, doesn't matter in which country you live in, we will all be affected one way or another. The leaders will all be safe in their bunkers, while innocent brainwashed armies and civilians will be massacred. We all need to stop and think for a second to read between the lines. Not conspiracies, just about all the different scenarios and happenings. It's truly sad to see people become fanatical and a large majority of comments on forums, videos on youtube, around the web etc, all seem to encourage war whether it's conscious or subconscious, theres's this trend lately I'm seeing. I'm sure a lot of you know this, but this is about sharing thoughts and concerns about this misinformed, unfair society that happens to co-exist with this great world we live in. To each his own, but this is really a bad time to start conflicts. The world is definitely not ready for the aftermath. Sanctions might be passive, but they are an act of war and they can be dangerous and inhibit grave consequences

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