North Koreaq and USA

India
January 11, 2007 9:31am CST
North korea is incresingly trying to establish itself as a nation possessing nuclear power....is it a sign of USA superimposing itself?? we have always seen how the US try 2 boss over the other nations over the world.... ur views in it??
3 responses
@Netsbridge (3242)
• United States
11 Jan 07
So? What if North Korea and etc. have nuclear weapons? The US, Russia and Israel all have nuclear weapons! If nuclear weapons is good for these noted terrorists, then I think it should be good for every nation! Every nation has the right to self-defense, especially knowing we have historic pirates and noted bullies going around attempting to impose their views upon others, and for the mere fact of seeking to coerce and intimidate societies into complying with their demands. Please see: "A Nuclear Crisis" by a US president - http://www.gsinstitute.org/archives/000032/shtml Missiliers - http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2000/02/08/60II/main158208.shtml About bossing, however, I think it is the juty of every nation to simply let these bullies know just where the lines are drawn in their own homelands! History tells us these bullying nations seek nothing but to colonize other nations - neo-slavery!
@MrNiceGuy (4147)
• United States
12 Jan 07
If you can't see the difference, then I guess there is no use arguing with you.
• United States
12 Jan 07
MrNiceGuy, you do not even have the slightest concept of the word "difference" past 0000s and 1111s. Were you instructed to know that it was the world community that mandated both the USA and Russia to cut down on and stop manufacturing and improving on WMD (more than 30 years ago), with the goal being complete disarmament? It was also the world community that demanded that nomad Israel comply with international rules on WMD. How about we truly start to disarm by making sure any country/nation that has ever used WMD on another nation is completely forbidden from ever having WMD? Remember Hiroshima and Nagasaki? Well, of course, I know that you can only function under directives, which in this case is to help dissuade people from facts and truth or misinform the uninformed! And we, true humans, are always watching y'all! This is not Isaac Asimov's Quinn v. Bradley! Y'all will go nowhere in real life! Gotcha! It will be one standard for every nation or none whatsoever! Hypocrites!
• United States
12 Jan 07
CORRECTION: About bossing, however, I think it is the DUTY of every nation to simply let these bullies know just where the lines are drawn in their own homelands! History tells us that these bullying nations, jingoes, seek nothing but to colonize other nations - neo-slavery!
@junaranas (197)
• Philippines
13 Jan 07
There is no problem for the US acting as Big Brother for all the freedom loving nations in the world. It is its moral responsibility, however, it is incomprehensive for me for the US to attack or place its military in any sovereign nations in the world.
• United States
17 Jan 07
"Moral responsibility"? Wow! For starters, the USA, itself, is currently a police state. How can a nation that does not and has never respected its own beautifully written laws police anyone? Although being the largest nation in the world, I will only consider your views when the USA starts to live by its own laws on its land! When I behold all Americans - Native Americans, Whites and Blacks - have equal rights and the same protection under the USA laws, then that will be the day!
@MrNiceGuy (4147)
• United States
11 Jan 07
The US isn't the one saying North Korea cannot have nuclear weapons, the entire global community agrees with that. It would destablize the region and could cause conflict with South Korea and Japan. The less people with nuclear weapons, the better.