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This cartoon appeared in the Dutch opinion magazine 'de Humanist' (issue 5?, 2006)

The Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (DPRK) or simply North Korea as most know it, has tested a nuclear weapon. The world is in outrage, as was to be expected, and the DPRK boasted about being glorious in their patented way.

But in the end, with so many full fledged nuclear states, is a small upstart such as the DPRK really that much of a problem?
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black23wolf Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2013
Yes, it is a problem. Because the Pyongyang elite are unstable.
saywut97 Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2013
if those fucks piss all of us off well......... the moon will be cherry red lets just leave it at that
vilerage Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2010
The French have nukes? Hmm... you learn something new every day! :D
china and russia support DPRK pakistan dosnt give a fuck
theneutralguy Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2013
Heres the thing, US is having joint military exercises with Russian forces. China on the other hand, rely's on the US for their businesses.
yeah but that doesnt mean that russia agrees with the us in eveerything
china can make trade with any country it wants it doesnt need the us it only sees it as an economic opertunity and as i said with russia they dont agree with everything.
RustyCaffeine Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
We should focus less on the missiles that he's pointing at Japan and instead focus on liberating the country in a way that does not involve occupation.
javamocha Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2007
i though they detrimined that their bomb just exploded but didn't go nuclear
trs Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2007   Digital Artist
Well, as far as I know, they never quite figured out what happened, what with all the secrecy in the DPRK and all, but their nuclear experiment did seem to be a failure. Regardless, if it weren't for the fact that they stopped pushing towards developing the bomb, their success would surely only have been a matter of time.

Of course, knowing the DPRK leadership, I wouldn't be surprised if something went wrong in the negotiations and they started again.

But on the other hand, China might have made it clear to them that it doesn't appreciate them potentially going nuclear.
javamocha Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2007
this was probably one of the few time someone from homeland security has ever contacted a geologist
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