North Korean nukes

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North Korean nukes

Postby AztecDave » Wed Sep 06, 2017 4:56 am

looks like KJU finally has what Daddy & Grand Daddy always dreamed of. And 24 yrs of kicking the can down the road by US Presidents (going back to Clinton, when nuke talks got serious) by agreeing to more NK promises hasn't paid off. You gotta wonder when A US President signs an agreement with folks like KJU, do they really believe this guy has any intent of keeping his end of the bargain. Are they that gullible and stupid? Or just wishful? NTM no one wanted to be the guy in office when Korean War Pt II started. Ergo the can kicking. So where do you go from here? Another BTW, we're in the same boat with Iran. They'll say and sign anything, but don't think that they aren't stopping til their nuked up. They've been watching how we dealt with NK, and they see how that turned out.
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Re: North Korean nukes

Postby kinderdigi » Wed Sep 06, 2017 5:53 am

Bill Clinton, in exchange for campaign funding, allowed Bernie Schwartz of Loral Space Tech. to transfer launch data to China and thus to NK. Carter, via Clinton, gave them Nuclear fuel. Not smart, but a trend in money politics.

https://partners.nytimes.com/library/po ... onate.html

http://www.nytimes.com/1999/05/11/world ... china.html

http://dailycaller.com/2016/09/02/flash ... -to-china/



"Clinton approved satellite sale to Beijing as in national interest
WND

Despite an ongoing FBI investigation into the unauthorized transfer
of advanced missile-guidance technology to China, Loral Space &
Communications Corp. requested and received
Clinton administration approval to sell communications satellites to
Beijing in 1996, a secret National Security Council memo obtained by
WorldNetDaily shows.

Congressional investigators have raised concerns that the satellite
technology shared with the Chinese may have allowed them to improve
their capability of launching intercontinental ballistic missiles. China
currently targets 13 such nuclear-tipped missiles at the United States.

Loral Chairman Bernard Schwartz donated more than
$1 million to the Democratic National Committee, according to Federal
Election Commission records, and has recently made contributions to
Hillary Clinton’s campaign for the U.S. Senate in New York. The $1
million contribution was the single largest individual donation to the
DNC that year."
http://www.wnd.com/2000/04/7141/


"Did Bill Clinton pave the way for North Korea to develop nuclear weapons?

BILL CLINTON paved the way for North Korea’s nuclear war-mongering two decades ago and had the power to stop the growing threat from Kim Jong-un’s hermit kingdom, experts have sensationally claimed.

Rebecca Perring
Express.co.uk | 2017-08-10T07:47:00Z

The former US president signed a diplomacy deal with North Korea in October 1994 in the hope he could stem the threat of all-out war and instead bring the isolated nation into the “global community”.

But the pact was quickly betrayed by the warmongering nation who covertly developed nuclear weapons while the US subsidised billions of dollars to prop up the regime, experts claim.

And little over a decade later after the Agreed Framework was signed - promising billions of dollars in aid for a North Korean nuclear freeze - Kim had conducted its first of many nuclear tests.

The explosive claims come as it emerged Kim’s state is poised to launch a missile strike against the US territory of Guam, which could trigger a global conflict. "
http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/839 ... ll-Clinton
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Re: North Korean nukes

Postby ROB » Mon Sep 11, 2017 9:48 am

WHat would you have done, AztecCave?
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