North Korea's threat should be taken seriously.
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firstly this so called "boat" is actually just a large raft. It i capable of holding only 20 men and north korea only has 5 at its disposal. Also if the tide is not right when they try to get to Japan they could end up anywhere else.
Secondly, north korea is only testing their spear technology at this point and it is decades behind the Wests bayonets.
Also their leader is a dictator by day, and an american pop sensation by the name of PSY by night. Cool but not threatening.
Furthermore, North Korean society is extremely advanced. The advanced form of government known as communism is only just over a century old, and incredibly is still used by major world powers like the mighty, unopposed nations of Cuba and Venezuela. This conclusively shows North Korea is catching up the West and maybe their citizens will soon learn about the concept of reading and writing even if it may take a few centuries before a literacy rate above 10% will be reached.
Seeing that North Korea are such a joke that 93 % of the web is dedicated to making fun of them (thanks to the notoriously reliable The Sun newspaper for this statistic), it can be ascertained they are not a very serious threat.
As for the fact that North Korea may rule the world by 2301, by this time there can be no doubt that an emerging nation like Iran will have started nuclear war and we will all be extinct anyway, so in no way can North Korea be considered a threat.
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Vote Placed by Greematthew 3 years ago
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