World leaders slam North Korea, Iran

Jun 26, 2010 Full story: KFMB-TV San Diego 34

The leaders of the world's eight top industrial democracies on Saturday condemned the alleged sinking by North Korea of a South Korean warship and called on Iran to do more to respect human rights.

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Deng

China

#21 Jun 27, 2010
A VOICE TO BE wrote:
<quoted text>There is no regret in this generation. Those wars have past. The future is what I continue to, live for. Tut we must never forget the past, or it will repeat. The future is ours, yours and mine. And one day we will meet with what we have done in the past. Live for today because we never know if it is our last.
What's said here is the Japanese are Asian and that Asians should stay together. The Japanese know this now. If a country is to be attacked, attack a country out of Asia, like the USA only.
A VOICE TO BE

Germany

#22 Jun 27, 2010
Deng wrote:
<quoted text>
What's said here is the Japanese are Asian and that Asians should stay together. The Japanese know this now. If a country is to be attacked, attack a country out of Asia, like the USA only.
Settle down, none of these countries are going to attack each other with their military. It's all about the money. Every civilized country knows they need each other to excist. None of the super powers will ever go to war directly. Because they are all so greedy for money.
A VOICE TO BE

Germany

#23 Jun 27, 2010
Deng wrote:
<quoted text>
What's said here is the Japanese are Asian and that Asians should stay together. The Japanese know this now. If a country is to be attacked, attack a country out of Asia, like the USA only.
Plus, Japan follows the USA more then they follow any other country. You would want 19 million more of your county men to fall to the Japanese as they did in WWII. Many Chinese still hate the Japanese. And wish the USA continues to use the A-bomb after the first 2 were droped. The USA and Japan have got over that. That is why we call the Japanese friends. Friends dont always agree, but they find common ground to live with. As do the USA and China.
Deng

China

#24 Jun 27, 2010
A VOICE TO BE wrote:
<quoted text> Plus, Japan follows the USA more then they follow any other country. You would want 19 million more of your county men to fall to the Japanese as they did in WWII. Many Chinese still hate the Japanese. And wish the USA continues to use the A-bomb after the first 2 were droped. The USA and Japan have got over that. That is why we call the Japanese friends. Friends dont always agree, but they find common ground to live with. As do the USA and China.
Everything is Changing now; fluid, a realignment of politics after the end of the Cold War and the decline of the United States. There may soon be an EU of Asia.
A VOICE TO BE

Germany

#25 Jun 27, 2010
There is something called the NWO. Yes, everything is changing as quickly as the wind. China, last year wanted a new world currancy. China quickly found out that would have been a big mistake. Most EU countries wish they never made a EURO. Because, now the countries that are doing well, must suffer with the one that are doing poorly. Yes, there is talk of an Asia type currancy like the EURO. But when time passes by. Countries that are doing well will not want to connect them self with poor countries. Even if so, that is 10 or 15 years down the road. Countries like India will be the new developing economies. They will be then new fasting growing country. If you are not happy with what is going on around you. Just fall on you chopsticks and end it now. Remember what you have just read. And you will say the loway was right, if you are still around to see the continuation of the New World Order

Since: Nov 08

Cologne- Germany

#26 Jul 2, 2010
Sorry.
Excuse me.

I wish to Know from you all.
Internet is not for the intellectuals
Aussie

Melbourne, Australia

#27 Jul 2, 2010
A VOICE TO BE wrote:
There is something called the NWO. Yes, everything is changing as quickly as the wind. China, last year wanted a new world currancy. China quickly found out that would have been a big mistake. Most EU countries wish they never made a EURO. Because, now the countries that are doing well, must suffer with the one that are doing poorly. Yes, there is talk of an Asia type currancy like the EURO. But when time passes by. Countries that are doing well will not want to connect them self with poor countries. Even if so, that is 10 or 15 years down the road. Countries like India will be the new developing economies. They will be then new fasting growing country. If you are not happy with what is going on around you. Just fall on you chopsticks and end it now. Remember what you have just read. And you will say the loway was right, if you are still around to see the continuation of the New World Order
Sounds right.
Diagonal Dance

Chicago, IL

#28 Jul 4, 2010
Deo Vindice wrote:
What is Hussein Obama going to do to force N. Korea to respect the rights of other countries?
bush had EIGHT years, what did he do?

f'n hypocrite!
Zhong San

Valley Stream, NY

#29 Jan 31, 2013
If American dogs not so COWARDS, would have ALREADY nuked the remaining holdouts of the Axis of Evil. So their pro-terrorist allies in Beijing and Moscow condemn, WHO CARES?

“Seriously guys...”

Since: May 12

Regina

#30 Feb 3, 2013
A VOICE TO BE wrote:
<quoted text> Yes we are funny, that is why we continue to laugh at the rest of the world all the way to the bank.
Ah, I guess we can't hear you laughing because you're being smothered by a $16 Trillion national debt and an almost $90 Trillion real debt.
Right now, in order for the US to become 100% debt free, every single corporation and business as well as about 2/3 of American homeowers would have to sell off 100% of their assets.

The only Americans I hear laughing all the way to the bank are the Wall St. crooks that financially and economically screwed 10s of millions of their fellow countrymen while being rewarded by the Fed for doing so.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#31 Feb 3, 2013
Deo Vindice wrote:
What is Hussein Obama going to do to force N. Korea to respect the rights of other countries?

Te Pimp is treading on thin ice telling other countries what to do.

N. Korea and/or Iran is liable to clean his clock.

Hussein the Pimp has no respect for the people of the USA.

AND HARDLY ANYONE RESPECTS HIM.
The fact he just got voted in as president shows otherwise

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#32 Feb 3, 2013
Deng wrote:
<quoted text>If the Maniacs in the United States would have allowed free elections in Korea instead of attacking Pyongyang, June 17, 1950, this would not be happening now,
Learn you facts chink. It was NK that attacked SK..
marc

Croatia

#34 Feb 4, 2013
north korea bluffing about attack south korea, it is bluffing, they say 1000000000000000000 times about war and attack but it is bluffing, south korea is safe, bluffs are not dangerous

Since: Nov 12

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#35 Feb 4, 2013
Deng wrote:
<quoted text>Everything is Changing now; fluid, a realignment of politics after the end of the Cold War and the decline of the United States. There may soon be an EU of Asia.
Not likely. Asians are too prejudiced against each other to do that. Besides, most of Asia is aligned with the west already. You think they would leave that alliance to side with the dirty chinks?

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