South Korean navy ship 'sinking near North'

Discussion in 'Current Events' started by arkitect, Mar 26, 2010.

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    Let's hope this is not the start of something… big
     
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    I dunno about that now. These kind of incidents happen between the two Koreas on a semi regular basis.
     
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    Somehow I see this discussion being moved to the PRSI forums.
     
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    North Korea is participating in the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
     
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    So is South Korea. They could theoretically meet as early as the semi-finals round (like either team will even make the knockout stage)
     
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    Lets hope it's just an accident of some kind. The last thing we need is a war in Asia. We've got enough problems to deal with.
     
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    ^^^ war? = fifa world cup 10' ?? hmmmm luckily this is not the 2002 South Korea/Japan world cup.
     
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    You guys do realize that this won't be the first time the North and South Korean national teams have met, right? They've played several times in qualifying.
     
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    I feel very sorry for the North Koreans. There government puts them through terrible abuse and keeps money back from them to poor into massive militery spending, while they starve. The US and the rest of the world has given them funds to get through food shortages, but the people on the street probably haven't been told this.
     

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