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Fresh update on "korea" discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

00:34 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "korea" discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"And had one wigged out radiologist. But you know tell you seeing seeing those rays was really a watershed moment for me. I never intended to go public with us. I certainly couldn't have done so while i was Made my living in the law But seeing this was allegation that these things really did put their hand saw me. And that's just that's just ramped up nightmares again and i I decided it was time to confront it. Write a book about it and speak about it. The renewed him no they did not. And i'll tell you what I had three heart attacks in a bypass surgery. And i i told them. I want to see a surge in right away which i did. I get all my medical care from the va. And i wouldn't call saw surgeon. Surgeon looked at the x-rays instead cool. Yeah i'll take these out and I established i want them taken out with a under a forensic protocol so they would pass from his hands to my hands to establish the chain of custody Right and it could probably do it under local anesthetic. So i'd be conscious and be able to accept. I wanted to make sure that. No one could say that. I i i swapped them or change them or did something else to them Right now so evidence right so the surgeon said go see a Go see your cardiologists. Just give me a clearance letter and that's standard of care in this country All fifty states. No matter where you're at that same standard of care Applies and like the radiologist told me and i five three in the va system and two of my own times the Radiologist pardon me the cardiologists so well. You know your cardiac beans that. I can't authorize the surgery and i was outraged and said look it. I don't know what these things are. I want him out of my leg yesterday and she explained to me she said she's and she says look you know she says i got thousand. That's out there. They got a piece of iron from from our korea or wherever and they wanted out yesterday too but the truth is if you have a cardiac history. It's a risk versus benefit. Analysis is the benefit that you'll get.

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After China, US Envoy Kerry in S. Korea for Climate Talks

New Jersey Globe Power Hour

00:19 sec | 1 d ago

After China, US Envoy Kerry in S. Korea for Climate Talks

"John Kerry met with South Korea's foreign minister in Seoul today for talks ahead of a virtual global climate summit next week called by President Biden carry arrived in South Korea after a four day visit to China, where he held closed door meetings with senior Chinese officials in Shanghai. A

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Fresh "Korea" from KOA Programming

KOA Programming

00:43 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Korea" from KOA Programming

"Welcome to coast to coast Am Later on tonight Old style conjure. Talk about magic Use What's happening? Something we've been talking about for several years now, Well, now they say North Korea may very well have the ability to kill millions of Americans without directly firing on U. S soil. For the first time. The country state news Agency is warning it could hit the United States with an electromagnetic pulse MP a threat that the experts contend is both very real incomes with catastrophic consequences. As we have talked about for years, we have talked about protecting the power grid. Insulating it against the nuke detonated 250 Miles top our atmosphere. So far it has fallen on deaf ears. Now they're starting to scramble in Washington, trying to get the president's attention. Begin to do something about this. All they had to do was listen to F. Michael Maloof and William Force Chin on this program years ago, and they would have been well underway to protect our power grid and North Korea has edged closer to nuclear war as it moved an intercontinental ballistic missile into a coastal position. Spy sources observed the secretive country moving what appeared to be an I. C B M towards its West Coast under the cover of darkness, and Russian President Vladimir Putin has said pursuing further sanctions against North Korea is useless. Saying they'd rather eat grass than give up their nuke program. Meanwhile, a mountain in North Korea believed to have served as the site off five of the rogue regimes, nuke tests, including Sunday's supposed hydrogen bomb explosion is at risk of collapsing and then leaking radiation into the region. Dr John Curtis, author of Dodging The Bullet and editor of online columnist dot com is with us lots going on, John your perspective for the day? Well, you know, I mean, what Putin said. I think tells the whole story. They're not giving up their nukes. Trump set the Red line and he's the time they give. The clock is ticking. George on a response. There's only really two options left for Trump. Right now. It's either a massive strike on North Korea with all of its consequences and concerns that people have about mass casualties. And whatever else you know goes along with that, or it's installing nukes in South Korea and installing nukes in South Korea would be met with so much international outrage, especially by Russia and China. That it's just really isn't feasible. It could be done, but it's not really that puts us on the brink of the third World War, John Well, it puts us on the brink of the US taking out Kim Jong Yun. Now, whether that goes to a rule war or not remains to be seen. There's no love today for the old, you know, the three old ally, Uh, Stalinist regime in North Korea by Russia or by China. They consider, uh, they consider North Korea and Kim. Everybody's rogue as any any any country that's ever existed. So they're not in a position like they were in 1952 53 when they thought the The Korean War of backing. Remember? That was 23 years after the Maoist revolution, and it was unthinkable for the U. S. To gain a a foothold over in North Korean in Korea, Our unification of Korea. So today is very different. There's a lot at stake for China, so I think if the U. S acted unilaterally, I don't think there would be any protection that North Korea would receive from either Russia or China. But the question is can the U. S effect as Madison's claimed, Bring about an effective, uh, strike that would neutralize Kim's not only ballistic missile capability. But is conventional capability In my lead story tonight, John something we've been talking about in this program for years about the possibility of a nuke being detonated high atop the atmosphere, wiping out the power grid that that is a major concern because even if he doesn't hit The mainland and he detonates it somewhere over. You know, California or some other state? I mean, it could wipe out the power grid and We would be completely paralyzed as you know that. Scenario has been talked about for a long time when I was in high school, and I got to bring bring this up, John when he had the right of position paper on Holocausts, and my assignment was specifically the nucular age and in my paper, I had the right whether we allowed other countries to get to its nuclear capability. Or to fight them, annihilate them or shut them down in order to suppress their abilities to get nukes and I didn't come up with a specific conclusion. But I did point out the two scenarios and the two possibilities. But the second scenario I pointed out to my high school teacher who agreed with me was In order to stay the dominant force on the planet. You had to keep people from getting that kind of technology, and you'd have to do whatever you had to do to do it well and that we look at her. It's because you know the M e d theory with nukes. Is the mutual assured destruction that if you placed nukes and point missiles at a power that is a nuclear power if they will not use their nukes because they know there would be almost certain mass destruction if they ever were to do it. In North Korea. You have a different scenario, though You have a country that's the probably 150th ranks. Economic power around the same is Zambia. In Africa juxtaposed against the 20th ranked economic power in the world that is South Korea, So you have a country of mass poverty. And starvation with with an irrational leader with an irrational leader that very much not have anything, delusion his mind of just having this heroic stance of attacking the United States, and I think that is what Trump faces right now. Uh, despite all of the the warnings from, you know, China and Russia and all of the other European nations that want to see appeasement. Appeasement of this guy right now, and I think Trump is correctly identified this Will result in a catastrophic event in the United States point. Thank you. Judge. John Curtis online columnist dot com. Tesla's and Space X is CEO Elon Musk is predicting World War three. He.

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Biden and Japan's Suga Project Unity Against China's Assertiveness

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:18 sec | 1 d ago

Biden and Japan's Suga Project Unity Against China's Assertiveness

"Instead of talking over zoom president biden and japan's new prime minister face to face at the white house. We're going to work together. Across a range of fields who leaders discussed china. North korea and climate change as president biden affirmed his ironclad support for the alliance with

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Biden, Japanese PM Suga Reaffirm Alliance, Address China in Summit

The Ric Edelman Show

00:16 sec | 1 d ago

Biden, Japanese PM Suga Reaffirm Alliance, Address China in Summit

"In Japan's new prime minister met face to face at the White House. We're gonna work together across a range of fields. The two leaders discuss China, North Korea and climate change as president Biden affirmed his iron clad support for the alliance with Japan. The

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Biden, Suga Meetings Set to Focus on China

1A

00:50 sec | 2 d ago

Biden, Suga Meetings Set to Focus on China

"House today. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. This will be Biden's first face to face meeting with a foreign leader since taking office. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki says growing tensions with China is expected to be a key focal point of today's meeting between President Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Asuka. Our approach to China And our shared coordination and cooperation on that front will be part of the discussion, as will our joint commitment to the denuclearization of North Korea. Security will be a prominent issue of regional security, The corona virus, pandemic trade and climate change will also likely figure high on the agenda. In addition, the Japanese prime minister is expected to invite President Biden to the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington The

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Japan to Start Releasing Fukushima Water Into Sea in Two Years

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

00:20 sec | 5 d ago

Japan to Start Releasing Fukushima Water Into Sea in Two Years

"Japanese officials say in two years they will start releasing radioactive water from the crippled fukushima nuclear plant into the sea. The waters been accumulating at the site since it's meltdown in two thousand eleven after a massive earthquake and tsunami both china and south korea. Say they've got grave concerns over this move but japan insists the water is

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Japan to Start Releasing Radioactive Water From Fukushima

Memphis Morning News

00:25 sec | 5 d ago

Japan to Start Releasing Radioactive Water From Fukushima

"Government announces plans for water from a wreck. Nuclear power plant 10 years after Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant was destroyed in an earthquake and tsunami, the Japanese government says it's decided to release treated radioactive water from the facility into the Pacific Ocean. Japan says it's not safe to continue storing the water on that similar processes happen elsewhere. China says the plan is irresponsible and South Korea causes unacceptable

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Japan to Start Releasing Fukushima Water Into Sea in 2 Years

BBC World Service

00:23 sec | 5 d ago

Japan to Start Releasing Fukushima Water Into Sea in 2 Years

"Of contaminated water from the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant. China called Japan's decision extremely irresponsible. South Korea expressed its deep regret. Japan's prime minister said the water would be treated and diluted so radiation levels were below those set for drinking water. The Philippines has protested to China over what it called the illegal presence of

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Psychological Studies - VU Block model

Course and Career Chat

00:32 sec | 6 d ago

Psychological Studies - VU Block model

"Us we just one at a time was once subject at a time over four weeks and while it does probably seems a bit stressful to somebody who hasn't done it because i mean doing your assignments for that one subject within the four weeks. But it really. Isn't that bad. Because you got all the time. It's a study and just concentrate on the one subject that find that really great in a mixed experience. Look better because you not just the face in the crowd. I knew high school toward normal university. You're just a face in the crowd to the teacher. Talking the lecture whereas bikini with about thirty students i think is the mice they put in a little classroom.

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Two South Korea Firms Reach US Electric Vehicle Battery Deal

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Two South Korea Firms Reach US Electric Vehicle Battery Deal

"I'm Julie Walker two big south Korean electric vehicle battery makers reach a deal to allow one company to move ahead with plans to manufacture in Georgia president Biden calls it a win for the American workers and the American auto industry the agreement allows SK innovation to complete its two point six billion dollar factory in commerce Georgia that had been threatened by a federal intellectual property theft ruling under the deal SK will provide L. G. energy with a total of one point eight billion and an undisclosed royalty the company's also pledged to work together to strengthen the E. B. battery supply chain in the U. S. and support the Biden administration's efforts to advance clean energy policies including electric vehicles I'm Julie Walker

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Mother arrested after 3 children found slain in Los Angeles

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:16 sec | Last week

Mother arrested after 3 children found slain in Los Angeles

"Ah Los Angeles mother's accused of stabbing her three young Children to death They were ages. 32 and six months. Liliana Korea was found several hours later after Carjacking a vehicle police say the Children were found by their

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Mother arrested after 3 children found slain in Los Angeles

Rachel

00:36 sec | Last week

Mother arrested after 3 children found slain in Los Angeles

"Angeles mother under arrest tonight for allegedly murdering her Children. Before that she was caught. She is also accused of a Carjacking hours after her three young Children all under the age of three years old were found stabbed to death inside of an apartment in the receipt area of L. A 30 year old Liliana Korea was in custody found in a remote area of California near Sequoia National Forest. Well fleeing towards Hillary County. She's accused of Carjacking somebody near Bakersfield, taking their Toyota pick up and then continuing on a motive for the murders is unknown.

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South Korea's Opposition Party Wins 2 Key Local Elections

NPR News Now

00:50 sec | Last week

South Korea's Opposition Party Wins 2 Key Local Elections

"President has been soundly defeated in a special election for mayoral posts across the country. Npr's anthony kuhn reports from seoul. The results signal support for the country's conservative opposition. Opposition candidates won by large margins in mayoral races for both soul and bussan the country's two biggest cities the votes were held to replace progressive mayors with the ruling democratic party. Both of whom were felled. By sexual harassment scandals souls ex-mayor committed suicide. The democratic party which favors engagement with north korea had won four elections in a row since two thousand sixteen but diplomacy with pyongyang has stalled and government efforts aimed at controlling soaring. Housing prices have failed. Wednesday's vote is seen as a strong sign of voter sentiment presidential elections in march of next year. Anthony kuhn in

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European Agency Finds Astrazeneca Shot Can Cause Rare Blood Clots

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:31 sec | Last week

European Agency Finds Astrazeneca Shot Can Cause Rare Blood Clots

"Corona virus vaccine can cause some rare side effects, but its benefits still outweigh the risks. British Medicines agency says blood clots are extremely rare happening in about one in a million people. Still, U. K is going to offer the Madonna or Fizer vaccines as alternatives to people under 30. Meantime, South Korea has become the latest country to restrict use of the Astra shot. It's temporarily suspending it for people younger than 60. President Biden gives his second public pitch for infrastructure in a

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Houston Astros beat Los Angeles Angels 4-2

Sean Hannity

00:34 sec | Last week

Houston Astros beat Los Angeles Angels 4-2

"Waiting for a two strike pitch. Here it comes and Korea lines this one out to right center field, and that ball is God just over the yellow line. I'll go ahead, two run home run for Korea and the Astros air on top 4 to 2. Why? What did adjustment by Caray keep that front shoulder close and clobber it the other way. Waxing his muscles, his first home run of the season, and it's a huge one for the Houston Astros. News, undermanned at ktrh dot com. Our next update at 10 30 now

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Tokyo Olympics: North Korea to skip Games over Covid-19 fears

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | Last week

Tokyo Olympics: North Korea to skip Games over Covid-19 fears

"Announced that it will not join the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, citing concerns over the coronavirus. It would be the first time North Korea has declined to participate in an Olympics since it boycott of the soul Games in 1988. South Korea's government has expressed disappointment over losing the chance to restart contacts with Kim Jong UN's regime on the sidelines of the Games. North Korea's seclusion has deepened during the pandemic, which led it to close its borders. The country claims to be completely free of covert 19. Experts are deeply skeptical Matt Piper

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North Korea Says It Won't Participate In Tokyo Olympics

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | Last week

North Korea Says It Won't Participate In Tokyo Olympics

"Announced that it will not join the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, citing concerns over the coronavirus. It would be the first time North Korea has declined to participate in an Olympics since it boycott of the soul Games in 1988. South Korea's government has expressed disappointment over losing the chance to restart contacts with Kim Jong UN's regime on the sidelines of the Games. North Korea's seclusion has deepened during the pandemic, which led it to close its borders. The country claims to be completely free of covert 19. Experts are deeply skeptical Matt Piper

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North Korea Withdraws From Tokyo Olympics Due to COVID-19 Fears

BBC World Service

00:47 sec | Last week

North Korea Withdraws From Tokyo Olympics Due to COVID-19 Fears

"In Japan over the Tokyo Olympics after North Korea announced it was pulling out to protect its athletes from Corona virus. Games. Organizers has said to be extremely anxious over Pyongyang's withdrawal, fearing more countries may follow suit His Rupert Winfield Hayes, North Korea has now said it is pulling out of the Tokyo Olympic Games because of fears for the health of its team and the organizers of the diving World Cup have canceled their event in Tokyo later this month. Similar reasons. All of this does not bode well with less than four months to go until the Tokyo Games are due to open, But the biggest threat to the games comes from a new wave of covert infections. Monday, Osaka recorded more new infections for that city than on any other day since the pandemic began.

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Design - Improve your communication

Course and Career Chat

00:47 sec | Last week

Design - Improve your communication

"But year eleven. I didn't bring my books to school. Lack my designed books and just doing all let harm but it's so helpful getting other peoples advise and it makes you feel a lot more confident. I was very much to shy away and hide my way. I can hide everything and then just have the load on myself and stress about it but it's so beneficial to live talk and like show people what you're struggling with and really rage out. And that's something. I learned throughout you twelve and i benefited from it. Soy madge which was right. So yeah it helped me with my procrastination a lot because i was more upfront and like taking our initiative of it like i was like i haven't done this yet i don't know what to do. I'm stressing out a bit. And i'm kind of falling behind. And then they would like accommodate man. Help me which was so great. Because

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"korea" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on WGTK

"Good afternoon thank you sir golly about my older brother and rhythmic ganja your older brother he was killed november nineteen fifty and just testing about it was i was how was it for you korea and we have i just wanna calling name being an awesome well i am announcing edward maganya your brother and in korean i used three as the example as i do frequently on my radio show for anybody who wonders why america has fought or who claims we did for which is so vile american imperialism which is what your kid will learn at college and it is it is a horrific lie why what did we want in in korea that's always the example i give an i t earlier forgive me for repeating myself but now that we have someone honored who had died there the koreans should have a thank you america day they should have one every day actually because there was no more dramatic example on earth of the benefits of america than the difference between north korea and south korea south korea listen every this is the this is the great difference between liberty and non liberty between america having troops in your country and american not having troops in your country american troops have been in korea since the korean war sixty years ago right and what do they have one of the most prosperous free countries in the world many of you have are carrying with you a korean phone samsung many of you are driving a korean car many of you have a korean television and look at what comes from north korea people are still eating tree bark those who are still living because millions of died under that regime that's what i mean that they should have a thank you they should have thank you edward maganya day they should take another one of the thirty seven thousand americans who died in korea and give them each day in korea i mean it they they really should i would do that somebody died for this country and made it different from north korea all right let's go to more here who's been holding on the most san antonio has jim in san antonio texas dennis prager high today.

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"korea" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Korea's also saying that they will need to reconsider the summit if washington insists on north korea giving up its nuclear program and of course that is exactly what the trump administration has been insisting on north korea is also saying that the president trump will fail if that is his objective in the talks with north korea north korea saying tonight it will never engage in economic trade with the united states in exchange for giving up its nuclear program now economic trade with the united states is what president trump has been saying recently is in the offing no other american president has come close to that before but president trump has been saying it very very clearly in the expectation that he would get a deal with kim jong un on nuclear weapons to denuclearize completely it looks like korea suddenly tonight is headed in eggs exactly the opposite direction we're joined now by ned price former senior director and spokesperson for the national security council and a former cia analyst he's also when msnbc contributor and malcolm nance has also back with us net price reactions to these developments tonight well lawrence i think the question before us tonight is is this north korea just being north korea or is this an indication that perhaps our own administration hasn't been fully forthcoming with us about just how willing north korea has been to denuclearize all along you know mike pompeo came back from his most recent trip to north korea saying that he had reached a shared understanding with his north korean interlocutors we've heard from john bolton and others that they need deal would be a complete irreversible and verifiable denuclearization of north korea korea we've heard president trump say that it would be about getting the nuclear weapons out of north korea period but we started to get an indication that maybe this was all too good to be true.

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"korea" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on The Daily

"Korea the united states has great strength and patients but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies we will have no choice but to totally destroy north korea and they probably had some impact along that way from north korea unique threat from kim jong un i message in english thawing to make president trump quote pay dearly calling him a mentally deranged dough tarred or senile old man for threatening to destroy north korea in his speech tuesday but who the american threats really just scared the batista's out with south korea certainly here in south korea people are allowed by the rhetoric and yes that used to what comes out of north korea they're not used to it coming out of the mouth of the us president there in disbelief thinking that he is in fact escalating tensions here on the korean peninsula and they are saying that is not just irresponsible but very very dangerous i think south korea was very concerned that the us would launch a military strike on north korea the us was calling this the bloody nose strategy which is to bloody the news of the north yet to teach him a lesson it put a little fear of god into them and the south koreans were terrified because it might have worked but i think many people felt it was more likely than north korea would promptly respond by raining artillery down on south korean on its capital sold whether or not north korea can send an icbm crashing into los angeles it can definitely destroy seoul north korea has thousands of pieces of artillery pointed at the south it's estimated if they were to unleash those sixty four thousand people would die in south korea in just the first day and so the south koreans were really scared president trump's rhetoric and really scared about the actions that he might unleash so the south is seeing this kind of onetwothree that ends with them being bombed that's correct and so present moon jae in of south korea i think was deeply motivated to see what could be done.

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"korea" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"If diplomatic dance weren't event at the winter olympics kim jong wounds younger sister would be favored to win gold with a smile a handshake and a warm message in south korea's presidential guest book kim yongjong historial accord with the public just one danes young chain games i hope yang yang and sale get closer in our people's hearts and move forward the future of prosperous unification she said her guest book message referring to the capitals of north and south korea by the way at sound nice message if you ring that's an ice messages because you don't know anything about north korea and has been part of north korea's regime is in part of their stated goals since literally the first day it was insipid it was initiated the these stated goal of north korea is reunification of south korea north korea under the auspicies of the kim family this has been their goal since the foundation of the north korean regime and 1950 in the idea that this was some sort of overture oh he let's get together and have republic a federated republics nonsense absolute you're nonsense became family knows the minute they they break down that wall between north and south korea every person in north korea russia's into south korea but listen i mean listen to this coverages judge insane seen by some as for brothers answer to american first daughter ivanka trump kim at thirty is not only a powerful member of kim children's kitchen cabinet but also a foil to the perception north korea's antiquated militaristic that's not a perception they are antiquated militaristic harassing those photos and nighttime from space of north korean south korea south korea completely lit up north korea completely dark except for pyongyang the the capital there's literally one like there which is probably the presidential palace and i i love that they say that she's the answer to vodka trump last time i checked ivanka trump isn't fording the deaths of tens of thousands of people one day at a time last i checked for all the things people say about asanka trump she's in standing up for evil brother who's sitting around trying to launch nuclear weapons at people around the world or planning to do so just ridiculous they bury this this is paragraph five is.

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"korea" Discussed on Travelogue

Travelogue

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on Travelogue

"Is this going to do what is often hoped for olympic locations and set counting up as a as a destination oh that is a really tricky question and i've been thinking a lot about that actually the past few days i want to be optimistic and say yes but of the had but i have to attach a tiny will astra go and i think it has to do more or less with john chang and more with korea as a whole as a destination i'd love to see more people going to korea and branching out from seoul and i think just like in general that's just a travel habit we wanna see more of with travelers that are going to korea they think it's all soul and i certainly think that this will encourage people to view it as may be the adventure tourism tack onto their city trip to seoul and i hope that happens um but we'll have to see i'm very optimistic certainly people are going to see what the with the quality of the mountains are like with the quality of acivities are like and those are left after the after the olympics are gone so they've even landscape dick's assert and trump they've even landscape certain ski mountain specifically for these olympics which obviously they're intending to maintain after the olympics so in on a wolf i will say that i think that's a very good only nor every olympic games leaves a legacy if you look at what rio and sought she a legacy led by left for their respective cities they haven't been slam dunks those olympics facilities have been left to roll in a lot of ways whereas the london limprecht's have been repulsed into housing all the things he need ho so he is hoping that the nazis that of imports into sort of the junction area become something that can be used rather than they sort of salt rusting away because if you look at the images of such a it's hell clipper i.

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"korea" Discussed on The Inquiry

The Inquiry

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on The Inquiry

"Plans of the military guys who were not interested in going into a conflict in the korean peninsula still have to come up with the planet the more detail you come up with a pen you'd be concert of an eu normalize it under glad efficient self eve miller judy option is taken by the present united states presidents i do not think that americans know all the places the way of these nuclear weapons hidden in north korea north korea's a mountainous country who will look of gave the equivalent of tunnels and all that they won't be able to destroys a nuclear arsenal but the north koreans we'll be able to destroy south korea and effect could japan it is an issue for sinking not just four american allies in the east but full nato countries as well i want to end by asking you will feel predictions what next for north korea i think they will survive in any case because there won't be any military settlement they will be politico salesman may be not in one year but the insee 35 years will get it y'all machine i think will will gradually turns a strategy of deterrence and containment that means living with a nuclear armed north korea but not acknowledging it as a nuclear country suit terry i would agree with that i think sanctions will continue forced time being itin north korea world probably completed its nuclear program and us were have to live with it jeanlouis i'm just going to throw at that time frame again and hope that we see something changer that we take advantage of a possible window of opportunity in two thousand eighteen before the september anniversary.

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"korea" Discussed on The Inquiry

The Inquiry

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on The Inquiry

"Washington last week we heard sector tillerson saying that us he's ready to talk without preconditions but the white house give a very cryptic statement saying it's a position has not changed the uncertain how could defend that of efsa early he was not a coordinated comment secretary tillerson when he made a comment about you know offering north korea talks without preconditions i was there you came out during the question and answer session and i absolutely agree that that's not good to send a mixed message you know mixed signal particularly on such a critical issue like north korea to talked about sanctions we've talked about talking what about military action could not be a solution sue terry for me is truly unthinkable because north korea's nuclear power it has fourteen thousand artillery pieces within sixty seconds of seoul but i have to say it is being considered i don't think this administration is necessary bluffing so that really actually scares me i think it can be a solution if it's only goal is to get rid of nuclear weapons in north korea vita will come terrible terrible terrible cost and as soon as i mentioned earlier on a scary that it's considered as a viable option in washington dc if the u s took military action against north korea would china defend north korea i don't think china will defend north korea china will defend its interest that includes preventing us troops from crossing the thirty eight th parallel try to secure weapons sighting of korea and tried to prevent millions of refugees coming into china so that means there could be encounters between us and chinese troops on the ground sea terry you say that military action is being discussed what about taking out the leadership decapitation as it's called is not being talked about i think all of the options are being considered but my concern is the more we think about it and come up with these.

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"korea" Discussed on The Inquiry

The Inquiry

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on The Inquiry

"Earlier should look at the core of that uh issue where did it come from and it came from when the cold war was over the soviet union recognize the republic of korea people's republic of china recognize the republic of korea solve is sought as that the united states japan and south korea would recognize the north korea north korea was admitted to the united nations but this three states united states japan and south korea do not recognize the dpki i think if they had recognised the dpki in ninety ninety 1999 ninety ninety two we would not have all that problem today said the us has to recognize north korea as a country which aims and ambitions no just visit aims and ambitions but just as a member of international community one hundred sixty five states recognize the dprk so if you want to settle an issue and if you want to have talks you should treat your counterparts as a respected solvit an entity not just something to whom you can dictate your terms north korea should be talked to not to be shouted at and the unleash can each fema she on this matter i think i agree with sue and respectfully disagree with the ambassador i agree that the world has to live with a nucleararmed north korea that that doesn't mean embrace north korea as an equal member of the international community with open arms because i actually think that the sanctions have to keep going on just send a message to other countries other dictators were thinking of acquiring a nuclear weapons a message in our nuclear weapons can't be a ticket to international respect and then i said i have a question to sue how to interpret the message is coming from.

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"korea" Discussed on The Inquiry

The Inquiry

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on The Inquiry

"Both jr came to power immediately north korea was levelled as a rogue state answer all talks only cassation's via broken then you take the sixparty talks there was a very good road map to settle not just the nuclear issue of the korean peninsula but the whole set of problems relating to korean peninsula north korea south korea talks and so on there was an agreement and that statement was signed by representatives of the united states but somehow just after a fortnight sound von in washington didn't like it and the whole setup was abandoned therefore i think all this talk about 25 years of negotiations with pyongyang visually alleged to know where it is not fair because ever talks but as he was a particular party to the talks which always brawl it's promise suit terry do you think the us administration could accept north korea as a nuclear state i think we may have to live with nigren north korea which is different from accepting nuclear north korea because i just think politically to say to the world and now we accept nuclear north credits not i don't think that's possible in terms of policy but you can still learn to live with it as we have learned to live with nuclear china and nuclear russia and nuclear indiapakistan jeanlouis in in seoul from the us side they do need to understand better what it is the north koreans need or want and certainly the lack of access and lacking gauge men has made it very difficult for us to understand what gain they're playing so we need to play the game better is my potlucking arri all talk about the korean peninsular nuclear issue or north korean nuclear program but.

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"korea" Discussed on The Inquiry

The Inquiry

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on The Inquiry

"Career as we commonly call it yamei she in beijing china's cold for the us to offer north korea something in return to try and get into the table what's called a freeze to freeze agreement can you just tala's what that is is so much hina once is north korea freeze itself further testing nuclear tests as well as missile test and for the us and south korea paused their joints are largescale military exercises so far neither north korea nor the united states is interested in that format from the us point view because their joint exercises a complete legal exercise its recognised under international law while what north korea has been doing it is completely illegal also that's not a not fair trade off and north korea it's very close to completing its nuclear deterence sense not willing to paul's as of the double freezes not going anywhere actually the de beer key had proposed something collegue that's already in 2015 and 2016 so they will be prepared for this process so everything depends on the united states spot in the united states everything depends on the domestic politics see terry in washington dc we might have a natural break here because south credits as proposed at least postponing the joint exercises coming up because of the winter olympics in county on and paralympics and i think the us might go for that which means we might have a break without anybody agreeing to this frees for freeze clock division selfish into ambassador please do yes this again in beijing plot of people have noticed more frequent engagements between north korea and russia and people are wondering what role rush eighth positioning itself in this whole issue so can't can you talk about what a role it's fleming to blameless actually they.

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"korea" Discussed on The Inquiry

The Inquiry

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on The Inquiry

"Probably can reach not only the west coast of the united states but all of the united states including florida so you think the chances of them having a nuclear weapon is able to fit on an intercontinental ballistic missile ethan the chances a fairly high i can't actually right out an equation that proves it if so facto but if we look at you know what china other countries did at this point and if we think of all the benefits that north korea has of advanced technology than yes i think from a policy standpoint you have to be open to the probability that this will work for them by differ of been shown his important that i agree weeks militia led the eventually they will get there but do they have the capability today it launch nucleartipped missile at the united states in in my opinion the answer is no not yet although this less on fifteen is one big missile that can most likely reach the united states they had one launch of this missile in a lofted trajectory there is no way that you can have confidence that that missile is going to be able to be fired end arrived reliably eventually in my opinion they will get there but they are not capable of doing that today they may not be capable of sending nuclear weapons to the us but they certainly are capable today of sending them to japan and south korea so it's a very dangerous situation now and it may be that we have a different understanding of what's the word capable truly means i guess when i think of north korea i think that they rely on good enough much more than any us military programme ever would it's frustrating that they seemed to be sloppy.

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"korea" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"In hardened sites of north korean artillery that seoul south korea is in ranger even in that which would be a level of military virtuosity unimaginable you're still probably talking three hundred thousand dead south koreans were and so to shoes that on the risk of a potential attack by north korea is really an extraordinary at leap the other thing i would say though i i noticed in the president's national security strategy that was just released that the defence piece of it talks about developing new options for the defence of south korea and the secretary of defense has also a couple of times suggested that the pentagon is working on you know exotic possibilities that could destroy the north korean nuclear infrastructure without putting south korea at risk and i fervently wish that were true bed my imagination is inadequate to the task of thinking how that could be done with a high level of confidence ya yeah i mean you of worked in the highest levels the nfc the pentagon i mean i think there's probably people out there hoping that there is some covert action program or secret plan that might handled this quickly or cleanly but my understanding is that there is not is that a fair cared vision that is also my understanding i would sell love to be wrong about this he to my favorite escapist fantasy for the security of our country is that airborne lasers will finally finely prove up to the task of dropping a nuclear weapon launch someplace back down where it came from right kids that would reinforce deterrent that would prevents any anybody from using their weapons and a world in which that's the case is extraordinarily beneficial for america's national security but i don't know anybody who thinks that's actually true meanwhile in reality where we all live.

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"korea" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"Damaging to the united states to japan to south korea but it would also reset the geopolitics of asia i with the united states in a very different position and a much less advantageous one for us than we have bannon for three generations so you you make a very important point here about the stakes involved a major difference between iraq and north korea i think is that in iraq we are basically told euboea cakewalk would be greeted like liberators i don't think anyone is suggesting that a military with a conflict with north korea would go in that fashion i think it's estimated that tens of thousands of people would die in the opening hours and days and maybe millions if this was a long protracted fight our military bases in the region would be targeted allies like south korea and japan would likely face devastating casualties us civilian casualties so that's why many people publicly stated that they wouldn't support a preventative war including our allies do you think that there's enough reporting and discussion about just how brutal a conflict with north korea would be an india think it would slow these these guys down you make a really important point tommy several really important points one the consequence has so let's just take the best case scenario where the united states and its allies fighting together can identify all of north korea's nuclear weapons and longrange ballistic missiles we can accurately target and destroy them before any of them are launched uh we can identify dispersed weapons and missiles that are road mobile something very difficult to do for targeting purposes that we can prevent longrange missiles from being uh launched at the united states japan or south korea and that in the space of say three hours we could destroy all of the eight to ten thousand.

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"korea" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"Years and you know you think that south koreans are you now furious with north korea and this this in that but if you go to a demonstration ran antinorth korea demonstration in seoul and liberate the be like 50 old man who her korean war veterans who will show up but if you go to an anti us demonstration of which i've been too many you see you know hundreds of thousands of people these candlelight marches there is in a very much of you among a lot of koreans that we are the problem do you agree with you are you're gonna get me and so much trouble but i just like see the emails i'm gonna get yeah kind of i mean i'm not saying like we should just pull out of south korea but we are we are kind of the problem and either i i think almost any south korean you talk to would say they're much more frightened of donald trump than they are of kim jongun um you know the north koreans are just doing what they always what they always do they're always threatening to turn seoul into a sea of fire and unleashed a thermonuclear were and people in seoul just shrug about it and in i found this to when i was living at south korea that in a nobody would be talking about this stuff in that i would like come home and people would start talking to be out like is they're going to be a war you evacuating cannot blah blah blah they just.

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"korea" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on Amanpour

"Live with this just as we learned to live with china having nuclear weapons that could target the united states and the soviet union before that that's a very unusual thing you know we we haven't gone through this in decades in so it's a it's a it's a very jolting and bracing thing particularly in in washington dc for people to come to grips with so christiane north korea is not the soviet union north korea's not china north korea's not even iran all right as you so i understand how difficult this will be for any american president to digest enough i understand why the trump administration is trying to avoid that reality but let me give you what i think is a truth a very very sad truth the truth nonetheless it is my judgment that it will be more dangerous to prevent north korea from getting to that state than it would be for us to try to cope with the north korea in that state while that really gives us something to think about out general michael hayden thank you so much for joining us thank you and in a moment of dig deeper into this very vexing crisis with south korea's foreign minister but first an incredible human story for years we've heard about north koreans defecting but rarely do we actually see it happen this footage shows the deathdefying escape of a young north korean soldier across the dmz he was shot several times before being dragged to safety by south korean soldiers and he was brought to the hospital where medical teams worked for days to save his life we could exclusive access to the video of what unfolded in the operating room with the permission of the soldier as you'll see in this harrowing report from our paula newton and we do warn you that some of it is hard to watch.

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"korea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"Us president donald trump's trip to five nations in asia this week has once again focused attention on north korea's arsenal and specifically its longrange missiles and nuclear warheads it's also led to urgent discussions between the us and south korea about missiles for more than four decades the us has imposed limits on the range of south korean missiles but since two thousand in one with north korea racing to develop its nuclear weapons capabilities washington has gradually loosen these restrictions on so in 2012 the us agreed to let south korea build missiles for a five hundred kilogramme warhead that could reach anywhere in north korea now south korea reportedly wants to raise the limit again this time doubling the size of the warhead it's all part of south korea strategy of using conventional weapons that is missiles drones and special forces to preempt and neutralized a potential nuclear or chemical attack from its northern neighbour top south korean military officials say this is necessary for selfdefence after all the brightlylit towers and streets of south korea's capital are less than sixty kilometers from the border with north korea the trump administration sees this as a chance to sell usmade weapons to its ally the idea is controversial on many levels for one it makes sold less dependent on the nearly thirty thousand us troops stationed in south korea and the us aircraft carrier fleets from nearby bases that could be mobilized offshore it's also a concern for south korea's neighbor to the west.

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"korea" Discussed on Korea FM Talk

Korea FM Talk

09:23 min | 3 years ago

"korea" Discussed on Korea FM Talk