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T-minus 2 weeks until China assassinates L'il Kim (using CIA technology)...
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T-minus 2 weeks until China assassinates L'il Kim (using CIA technology)...
That could work. A toppling of the Korean regime.

However this just means using them. As juche is based in the leaders. And basing this control doctrine on Machiavellian principles. It would be best to use their own officials to control and transition the country.

This would probably be the most extreme thing done. China would not allow DPRK to be "taken" by the U.S
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I thought China was North Korea's only ally...

Without China's help in propping up the regime it would have folded decades ago...

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Why not just do what has been done everywhere else in the world: set-up a black market trade in coca-cola, blue jeans and rock & roll music. Then start sending DVD players, MP3 players and old xbox consoles & games. The despot regime will be gone within 10 years, and within 20 years North Korea will be a major source of low-cost labor. Politics is no match for MTV!!
Edited by billybob_jcv - 4/13/13 at 4:47pm
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Also here's yet another K702 variant, the AKG K712:

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.akg.com/K712+PRO-827.html?pid=1408

 

From what I've read, it's pretty much a K702 but w/ "improved low-end performance by 3dB." Which sort of continues AKG's trajectory from the K702 to the Q701 to the K702 65th Anniversary, each one successively more bassy than the last. Kind of obnoxious they have to continually release new variations to approximate addressing flaws little by little. They're going to run out of colors!

700

Harmon. What are you doing. Harmon. Stahp.  Why can't they just move on to a real flagship like making an improved k1000? I heard that they lost the molds... but it seems really unbelievable. 

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Well I think both Russia and China can be considered threats in this ordeal. I have my doubts things will go "south" :P. But then again things are unpredictable and you never know what could happen or what ulterior motives are at work here.
 

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The biggest problems in the world are big pharma who don't want you healed, but control your diseases with their patented medicine..

Big banks which print their own money effectively with fractional reserve lending. and big industry which need wars and political unrest to keep their industry not only viable, but growing.

The stock market is the biggest scam perpetrated on the western world in that it is a means of buying out and asset stripping viable companies to dodge taxes.

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Well that is the corporate world. It's all about the big guys (the few) controlling and leeching off the many. Thing is many are dumbed-down and don't know any better. Nothing will change if people don't change. Then again I think a lot of people don't want to even know what's really going on or admit to it (fear).
 


Edited by lee730 - 4/13/13 at 8:41pm
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Do a little research on "The city of London", "Vatican City" and "Wall Street" and you will find entities that are outside the control of any country.

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The biggest problems in the world are big pharma who don't want you healed, but control your diseases with their patented medicine..

 

False.

 

If people would take time to research what actually causes diseases, this type of talk wouldn't happen.

 

There is an extremely fine line between curing a disease and killing the patient. Sometimes the best compromise is to minimize the diseased state.

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I don't agree on this. Pharma is a very corrupt entity. Always has and always will be. They pay off our congressmen to push their own agenda. It's all about the bottom line in the end.
 

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False.

 

If people would take time to research what actually causes diseases, this type of talk wouldn't happen.

 

There is an extremely fine line between curing a disease and killing the patient. Sometimes the best compromise is to minimize the diseased state.

 

 

Believe that if you will.  Not all doctors are like that but there are big companies that control the research in universities by funding so that they are tied up with their agendas

 

Also last year some researcher came out publicly about a natural cure for cancer that was shelved because it could not be patented.

 

Patents is where the money is.

 

Also I had a friend who worked for Dupont who would not hear a word of criticism about them. Especially about their greenhouse gasses scam.

He would bag Monsanto mercilessly about their scheme to control the world's seed banks.

When he left Dupont, then suddenly all changed.


Edited by wink - 4/13/13 at 8:58pm
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That's hilarious.

 

Please give examples of specific medications, their mechanisms of action, and how exactly they treat the disease without curing it.

 

"Cancer" cannot be magically cured because it is something that is unique to almost every individual. It's your own cells that mutate and grow unchecked, using up resources that normally functioning cells are supposed to have. 

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