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North Korea has often refused to cooperate..they were given the chance


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« on: October 01, 2017, 02:11:51 pm »

...the world has bent over backwards to negotiate with them....they had plenty of chances🙄


North Korea shows no interest in nuke talks: US

The United States has multiple direct channels of communication with Pyongyang, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says.

North Korea has shown no interest in pursuing talks on its nuclear and missile programmes, the US State Department says after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson acknowledged Washington was communicating directly with Pyongyang.

"North Korean officials have shown no indication that they are interested in or are ready for talks regarding denuclearisation," spokeswoman Heather Nauert said on Saturday (Sunday NZ time).

Earlier on Saturday, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters the US had been sending out feelers to see if North Korea was interested in dialogue.

US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. South Korean officials have voiced concerns that North ...
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US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. South Korean officials have voiced concerns that North Korea could conduct more provocative acts near the anniversary of the founding of its communist party on October 10, or when China holds its Communist Party Congress on October 18.

Tillerson expressed hope for reducing tensions with North Korea, which is fast advancing toward its goal of developing a nuclear-tipped missile capable of hitting the US mainland.

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Tillerson: "I think the whole situation's a bit overheated right now. I think everyone would like for it to calm down."
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Tillerson: "I think the whole situation's a bit overheated right now. I think everyone would like for it to calm down."

US President Donald Trump has said he will never allow that to happen.

"We are probing, so stay tuned," Tillerson told a small group of reporters during a trip to China. "We ask: 'Would you like to talk?'"

He then said the US had "a couple of, three channels open to Pyongyang.

"We can talk to them. We do talk to them," he said, without elaborating.

Tillerson's remarks followed a day of meetings in China, which has been alarmed by recent exchanges of war-like threats and personal insults between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Trump.

"I think the whole situation's a bit overheated right now," Tillerson said. "I think everyone would like for it to calm down.

"Obviously it would help if North Korea would stop firing off missiles. That'd calm things down a lot."

South Korean officials have voiced concerns that North Korea could conduct more provocative acts near the anniversary of the founding of its communist party on October 10, or possibly when China holds its Communist Party Congress on October 18.
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« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2017, 09:42:06 am »

.....ahhhhhaha.....after just having being president for 8 years most of which during he spent running from problems....now he has all the answers...this proves OH- Bummar is a real socialist failure
..thank god Trump saved us from Clinton😜


Obama calls North Korea a 'real threat'

North Korea is a real threat but diplomacy is the best option not military might, says former US President Barack Obama
Former President Barack Obama says that diplomacy, rather than military might, is the best way to deal with the "real threat" presented by North Korea.
Obama spoke on Thursday during a Global Citizen Forum event in Sao Paulo, Brazil, attended by some 600 businesspeople.
It was a private event and the press was not granted access. But Brazil's Globo TV network aired parts of his speech.
The former president said tolerance, diversity, pluralism and the rule of law must be fostered so that humankind can progress.
He also said caution must be used with the internet because it can spread knowledge, but also hatred.
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« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2017, 09:51:22 am »

"and the rule of law must be fostered"

Oh right. Like when black lives matter were given the nod and cops murdered. Ok then.
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