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Korean War 2.0 (Who takes over?)


When this shite storm starts with a invasion from either side of the Korean Peninsula, the NK's army will have majority of them surrender for better living conditions in the south. The war would not last longer than a 180 days.

Who takes over after the war ends in SK victory? Does the North and South Korea become just "Korea"? Or does China let that happen?



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vl100butch
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Who takes over does the North and South Korea become just "Korea"? Or does China let that happen?


I think some sort of DPRK buffer state needs to exist between South Korea and China....that being said, I have no problem with the South Korean border moving a couple of hundred miles north...and keep the US presence in it's present locations....






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tiger1014
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Is Seoul going to be the next East/West Berlin?





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SammyTiger
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Who takes over after the war ends in SK victory? Does the North and South Korea become just "Korea"? Or does China let that happen


I just wonder what china is getting out of supporting North Korea.

South Korea probably likes the buffer zone, but i think China feels like they are in any danger from S. Korea attacking.






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vl100butch
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Is Seoul going to be the next East/West Berlin?


nah, the Korean equivalent is Panmanjung (not sure of spelling) it's the Peace Village right on the 38th parallel.....and if the NK's start something, it'll probably shift quite a bit north...






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cwill
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I just wonder what china is getting out of supporting North Korea. South Korea probably likes the buffer zone, but i think China feels like they are in any danger from S. Korea attacking.


China doesn't support NK nor are they worried about having a border with SK..,,china's fault is its unwillingness to intervene with NK...it can because of historical relations...but they aren't "allies".






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MikeyFL
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I just wonder what china is getting out of supporting North Korea.



Aside from the fact that they were linked together before the fall of the Soviet Union, China currently has two primary reasons to support North Korea:

1) China wants to avoid a refugee situation at all costs. Koreans (or, for that matter, other Asian cultures in general) are not necessarily welcomed in China.

2) China does not want a Western (American) military presence near their border.






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WeeWee
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I see nk becoming part of south korea and we just have korea. China won't be happy but if america removes our troops then I think it would work. Unlike afganistan or iraq the south korean government could take over and we wouldnt have to build a country from scratch.





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TupeloTiger
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My dad was a pilot in the AF then. He always told me that if they got the political go ahead they could bomb North Korea into dust and totally eliminate them in 100 days, winning the war and reuniting Korea into one country, with no Communists. This depends on Russia and China staying out. What he always said was that after a few days of bombing, many North Koreans would flee to China for safety. He did not think China wanted that, they couldn't feed them and take care of them. One country would result, a free one, a Democracy, I'm sure Obama wouldn't like that, he prefers Communists.





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SanJoseTigerFan
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The reason I am concerned about China is because the theory that for communism to work you need every country to be communist, now I know that not every country is communist but the communist party or states will not like seeing another trading partner falling into capitalist's hands.





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asurob1
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My dad was a pilot in the AF then. He always told me that if they got the political go ahead they could bomb North Korea into dust and totally eliminate them in 100 days, winning the war and reuniting Korea into one country, with no Communists


see 1953 North Korea was dust...and then their buddies north of them intervened.

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What he always said was that after a few days of bombing, many North Koreans would flee to China for safety. He did not think China wanted that, they couldn't feed them and take care of them


No what you would see is a repeat of 1953 and a wider war. And no one wants that.

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One country would result, a free one, a Democracy, I'm sure Obama wouldn't like that, he prefers Communists.


Oh, you're an idiot...never mind.







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Champagne
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Who takes over after the war ends in SK victory? Does the North and South Korea become just "Korea"? Or does China let that happen?


Tough to predict the outcome of any war.

SK would never invade NK, so, given that, I don't think that NK will invade SK.

China, IMHO, would be less hostile to day to a Korea united under SK rule than China was back in the 1950s. IMHO, China would tolerate SK rule over NK territory, if NK went against China's wishes by invading SK.






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Teddy Ruxpin
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I know one thing. Countries as a whole are some paranoid motherfrickers.

If this was my neighborhood I'd move. These neighbors are all crazy as shite.



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TupeloTiger
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ASUROB1--- No, I know that Obama is not Communist, I apologise for that. It's just my dad fought Communists in Korea, I was born during Korea. I was drafted for Viet Nam as a freshman in 1970 against Communists. I flunked my physical, diabetes,but, I hate Communists because of it. When Obama selects Valarie Jarrett for chief Aide and her uncle is Chairman of the American Communist Party in Chicago AND appoints Van Jones to a position and he admits he was Communist when younger,before going to CNN. That's why I said what I said about Obama favoring Communists. AND, remember when Obama's campaign manager said in an interview on CNN that he attended Communist Party meetings in Chicago for Obama because they always supported Democrats,Obama, in Chicago. I'm not an idiot,I have 2 degrees, and worth 1.75 million dollars,earned ,not inherited, and retired at 57. Not an idiot,just patriotic and conservative.





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texashorn
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Truman should have let MacArthur pursue the Chinese back into China.


Sam Kinison






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memphis tiger
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When this shite storm starts with a invasion from either side of the Korean Peninsula, the NK's army will have majority of them surrender for better living conditions in the south. The war would not last longer than a 180 days.


I don't know. You are assuming this is all NK acting independently. Which, if true would result in a very short conflict.

But, who's to say NK isn't simple a pawn with China and or Russia pulling the strings. If so, that could lead to a very long and costly war. One that would be hard to win while we are still fighting for who knows what in the middle east.






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