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Why Not Korea?

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Submitted by LD Cary (United States), May 9, 2006 at 16:30

Because Korea isn't Iran, for starters. It's a personality cult (not a Theocracy) and functions as the pit bull for China through which the Chinese are jerking our chain. The solution to the North Korean problem is best solved by China, N. & S. Korea, Japan and the US in concert, with Tiawan as an invisible participant. The N. Koreans live in Japan's back yard. They're attending to the issue.

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