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TOPIC: North Korea nuclear test
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An unapologetic North Korea declared Tuesday that it had conducted a test of a nuclear bomb after the detonation was detected by the U.S. Geological Survey.

"On February 12th... we successfully conducted a third underground nuclear test in the northern underground nuclear test site," the Daily NK reported, in a translation of Pyongyang's announcement on the state-run news agency, KCNA.

By conducting the test, the isolated authoritarian regime made good on a Jan. 24 pledge by North Korea's top military organ, the National Defense Commission, in further defiance of admonitions from the international community to cease and desist in its pursuit of nuclear weapons.

The test was met with condemnation from around the globe. The White House called it a "highly provocative act" that warrants "further swift and credible action from the international community." Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said Beijing was "strongly dissatisfied and resolutely opposed" to the move by its neighbor and long-time Communist ally.

The explosion was registered as a 5.1-magnitude seismic event by the USGS at 9:57 p.m. ET Monday. The U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence quickly judged that North Korea had "probably conducted an underground nuclear explosion" with a yield of "several kilotons."

In a statement, President Barack Obama said the test "undermines regional stability, violates North Korea's obligations under numerous United Nations Security Council resolutions, contravenes its [international] commitments … and increases the risk of proliferation" in the wake of what he described as a "ballistic missile launch" by North Korea on Dec. 12.

"North Korea's nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs constitute a threat to U.S. national security and to international peace and security," Obama said.

The president was expected to speak about North Korea during his State of the Union address Tuesday night.

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I have mixed feelings when it comes to this. On one hand, they are a soveron nation, on the other, they neither have the resources to maintain nor the discipline to not use said weapons.

Personally, I am rather tired of the US being the only watch dog with teeth. Let's take our dogs home and let the rest ofthe world protect the innocent downtroughted civilians of the world. See who has the GDP to fund a military able to protect the world.

We will still have our nukes, so no one will invade us. We are becoming energy independent and in time will replace oil with other materials.

Let's let the regional powers deal with problems in their back yard.

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Stop it right now FJ, Jews, the mobster kind, the ones that started all the organized crime, not the Italians but the Jews. Sneaked into North Korea while flying a palestinian flag, and detonated the nuclear weapon! Yes sirree Bob them JUICE are everywhere, and they're stealing the black man's food, right out of his mouf!

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I can think of a couple that should have been there...

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You're free to start threads. Don't like mine, start your own.

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On a upbeat note, no Native Americans or Jews were involved in the nuclear detonation in North Korea.

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LOL@VA

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VA you sir owe me a brand new keyboard!

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Was nobody shot?!?

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An unapologetic North Korea declared Tuesday that it had conducted a test of a nuclear bomb after the detonation was detected by the U.S. Geological Survey.

"On February 12th... we successfully conducted a third underground nuclear test in the northern underground nuclear test site," the Daily NK reported, in a translation of Pyongyang's announcement on the state-run news agency, KCNA.

By conducting the test, the isolated authoritarian regime made good on a Jan. 24 pledge by North Korea's top military organ, the National Defense Commission, in further defiance of admonitions from the international community to cease and desist in its pursuit of nuclear weapons.

The test was met with condemnation from around the globe. The White House called it a "highly provocative act" that warrants "further swift and credible action from the international community." Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said Beijing was "strongly dissatisfied and resolutely opposed" to the move by its neighbor and long-time Communist ally.

The explosion was registered as a 5.1-magnitude seismic event by the USGS at 9:57 p.m. ET Monday. The U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence quickly judged that North Korea had "probably conducted an underground nuclear explosion" with a yield of "several kilotons."

In a statement, President Barack Obama said the test "undermines regional stability, violates North Korea's obligations under numerous United Nations Security Council resolutions, contravenes its [international] commitments … and increases the risk of proliferation" in the wake of what he described as a "ballistic missile launch" by North Korea on Dec. 12.

"North Korea's nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs constitute a threat to U.S. national security and to international peace and security," Obama said.

The president was expected to speak about North Korea during his State of the Union address Tuesday night.

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