3 Responses to North Korea says mainland America is now within missile range as tensions between north and south continues to rise

  1. Joseph t. Repas says:

    I find it interesting that every country that is worried about being ” invaded ” obtains weapons that are used for offense not defense.

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  2. Burnt Down says:

    I think this indicates further that all wars begin from rumour and paranoia. The person behind (S Korea) says I got a gun. So he thinks to himself (N Korea), this person behind me is about to shoot. He then says, *could be a lie or true*, I got a bomb. Now not only the person behind him is more worried, but the people to the left and right. They all say shoot. War. But an extension of human psychological disease. But an extension of an internal war of humanity. Expecting the enemy outside is out to get you. They say the freaks are in the mental institutions. No I tell you. They rule the world!!!

    Know the human mind and heart, and then you see a spiritual war. This manifests into physical war. The hate of the other person, begins with the person next door a footstep away. This is humanities shadow. The sun rises in one hemisphere, and sinks in another. The day hates the night and the night hates the day. Every spit of flame, spits back a bigger flame. And this fire is war. And there is war between every man and woman and child, every married couple, every fibre of being, saying this is true, no that is true. This truth perception becomes their God. My God is this. My God is that.

    And love. That word is forgotten in the world wide war of human prejudice, human science, human prediction, human knowing of what is good, and what is evil, when knowing of what is good or evil, is in itself a judgement and condemnation of anyone deemed evil. The war of the hypocrites. That is life!
    (Apologise for rant)

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