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Korean armistice still valid, cannot be scrapped ‘unilaterally’ – UN

11.03.2013 20:38

The armistice ending the Korean War in 1953 is still valid, the United Nations has stressed, despite North Korea’s decision to scrap the agreement that has ensured stability in the peninsula for six decades.

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Anonymous user 28.03.2013 02:47

Wake up folks, totally staged by Tavistock. How many monkeys have to point for dramatic cinematics?

Anonymous user 14.03.2013 17:30

Ban is from south Korea. How will he advice US and South Korea to back of

Anonymous user 14.03.2013 17:26

If you push a nation to the wall they reserve no choice but to attack with full force and free thems

Anonymous user 13.03.2013 20:07

Let's be honest, this armistice is just a document. The pen is not stronger than the sword.

Anonymous user 13.03.2013 19:11

Breaking the armistice will only result in illegal warfare. North Korea doesn't abide such legality.

Anonymous user 13.03.2013 02:32

when will the 200 thousand innocent men woman and children of Hiroshima/Nagasaki be avenged?


Joel Huppe 12.03.2013 21:53

Quote from my history notes:

"In the society of states, unlike the societies in which we are familiar with, there are rules, but there is no one to enforce them. In other words, there is no 911 to call. You’ve got mutual needs, you've got individual desires, you've got rules and customs and laws that try to regulate and conciliate states. But if someone doesn't want to play by these rules, there is no one that you can call who will make them conform"

Agreements only mean something when all the involved members conform to it.

Anonymous user 12.03.2013 21:06

Why Ban doesn't tell US And South to stop Scaring North by military excercise.

Anonymous user 12.03.2013 20:46

You can't scrap a treaty unilaterally - ie, no national sovereignty: linchpin of the NWO-led UN.

Anonymous user 12.03.2013 20:28

I AM a freedom-loving American, but you're obviously NOT a progressive peace-loving Russian.

Anonymous user 12.03.2013 20:25

We Americans are waking up.
Big fans of U.S. Empire are now found at RT, not here!

Anonymous user 12.03.2013 20:22

Not all of us are ignorant Israel-loving jingoists->thanks for proving my point. Not American.

Anonymous user 12.03.2013 20:19

Some of us oppose war racket; love peace, justice, freedom, founding values. Give us credit!

Anonymous user 12.03.2013 20:17

19:57: <kidding>

No one. Not all of us are ignorant Israel-loving jingoists.

Anonymous user 12.03.2013 19:57

We Americans no longer believe-> you're as American as 'Tokyo Rose' who do you think you're kidding?

Anonymous user 12.03.2013 19:35

rt-themonk: <USA is a friend>

We Americans no longer believe this fairy tale. Friend of 1% maybe.


rt-themonk 12.03.2013 17:33

The usual conspiracy policy wonks at work... Everything is not what it seems...everything has a hidden agenda. All really is what it seems. The UN Security Council voted 15 - 0 to increase sanctions. Even China voted to turn up the heat on it's neighbor. The world knows, except for a few competitors i.e China, Russia, Iran etc. who have their own agendas, that the USA is a friend. The USA , as all countries view, the friend of our enemy is our enemy. The enemy of our friend is our enemy. The friend of our friend is our friend!!!

Anonymous user 12.03.2013 17:10

UN should concentrate on UNSC resolutions against Israel that for 60 years has been all ignored

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