Andrew Bilkins (person_thought) wrote,
Andrew Bilkins
person_thought

Read something on the news today...

". . . North Korea has warned that it will not allow U.S. forensic experts back into the country to recover the remains of 8,000 U.S. soldiers missing from the Korean War - heart-crushing news for families waiting for the return of remains of husbands and sons from a war that ended a half century ago."

That there is a crime against humanity. Damn those evil bloodthirsty North Koreans!

Of course, the typical crypto-commie jackass (like Michael Moore), in defence of the hell-hole that is North Korea, will probably say something along the lines of, "But the US is always trying to get its personell into North Korea." Notice their anti-Americanism. The fact of the matter is, North Korea does not have the right to treat these forensics experts as potential spies who want to travel inside North Korea to plan how to attack North Korea just as CIA assets participating in the weapons inspections in Iraq had helped George Bush attack Iraq later.
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Why would you want to go looking for 8,000 50 year old corpses? People die okay, there is no need to be infatuated with funeral proceedings that mean nothing. They were soldiers who died in combat so maybe we should let them lay in their final resting place as they already are.
Then stop having a fucking hissy fit over Gitmo and Iraq. Good game at criticism and failing.
I don't get it. I don't know what you are trying to convey.
"People die okay..."
Yeah but preventing a death is different than wanting to retrieve the remains of a body after it has already died. I don't like it that people die in war, but once they are dead they're dead for good so no need to really go on a scavenger hunt for bones.
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