Don't See Much Difference Between Our Actions And Theirs



If North Korea's missile testing is "provocation," as it was called by American leaders, then what do you call bombing, invading and occupying a completely non-threatening oil-rich country? I'm thinking it would be called "crimes against humanity."

Maybe North Korea's "provocative" act is really just "self-defense" against a perceived evil empire.

Jim Kane, Pine

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