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U.N. unhelpful on Korean hostility

March 15, 2013

North Korea’s government has declared the 1953 armistice that ended fighting in the Korean War has been canceled. Not to worry, a United Nations spokesman assured reporters the same da....

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Mar-16-13 3:00 PM

nice summary (and map) of the "forgotten war"

general MacArthur's blunder of trying to run the war from tokyo and not anticipating the Chinese entry into the war haunts the world and north korea to this day

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Mar-16-13 9:58 AM

Just send Dennis Rodman over. He and Kim Jon Un seems to be from the same strange fantasy world.

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Mar-15-13 11:13 AM

i agree with the editorial!!!!!!!!!!!!!i don't see where the previous comments have anything to do with the article.....

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Mar-15-13 11:11 AM

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Mar-15-13 11:03 AM

3 "LTE's" that had made their way to the "ADE" -- (& a only a couple of other pubs.)

adirondackdailyenterprise . com/page/search.results?nav=-1&keywords=depledge&btnSiteSearch=Search&StartDate=&EndDate=

"Explosives and WTC" - absurd claims re:"nano-thermite" (debunked)

"Connect the Dots" - hyping the "remedies" of "Rima F. Laibow, MD" - which had turned the skin of a "Tea Party Candidate" in Montana blue -

but -- "Take heed of post-World-War-I history" ??? - actually, "The Great War" is only now "winding down." We won.

adirondackdailyenterprise . com/page/content.detail/id/504970/Take-heed-of-post-World-War-I-history.html

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Mar-15-13 10:46 AM

The elders of Inchon told us that the "Landing" there - now 62.5 years ago, this "Ides of March" - had been very much appreciated --

The US Army personnel during the '88 Games were very present in Itaewon & other neighborhoods in Seoul - but not "in uniform." Young officers had confirmed our conclusion that the presence of a relatively small number of US personnel was a warning to "both sides" - the "South" best not make any "dumb moves" - & the "North" best not either - since it would be "an act of war" directly against the USA (under the "auspices" of the "U.N." ?)

Meanwhile, some in Seoul would love to see the US Military "get out of town." They occupy what is now valuable real estate - It certainly hadn't been so in 1950.

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Mar-15-13 10:36 AM

The "U.N." is the appropriate "spokesperson" in that it had been the entity that had come to the defense of the ROK in 1950 -- but only because the USSR - w/the-power-of-one-"veto" - had "walked out" of a U.N. Security Council vote.

Fascism in Italy-Germany, the USSR, etal. never should have happened -- The atrocities of the "1,000 Year Reich" had propagated the very imperfect "Solution to the Palestine Question" post WWII - "The Balfour Agreements" having been tossed aside. "The League of Nations" had been doomed from the start -- & the sabre-rattling of the PRK military appears to be a sign that Kim Jong-"UN" does not have the absolute control that his father & grandfather had exercised.

The old folks of Inchon had bowed down to our "quartet" working under the auspices of NBC during the Seoul Olympics in 1988 - they see few "Occidentals" in that fishing village -

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