Americans are kinda hypocritical. In 2003 USA invaded Iraq with false allegations of weapons of mass destruction, despite Iraq being much farther to US than NK and that there was no proof nor did Iraq ever launch these dreadful missiles that NK does. The main reason was later revealed US went top that war as Iraq wanted to stop supplying oil. NK on the other hands processes these weapons and are demonstrating this every day and is a threat to the world. But the people say that no, its their government and innocent people their don't support them. But surveys, photos and news shows vast majority of NK people support their government and vies US as a threat. And were not there innocent people of Iraq who were slaughtered, tortured and also fell victims of US war crimes. But thats ok, they are muslims, Americans don't consider muslims to be humans. Also by destroying the stable regime of Iraq, insurgents took over and formed the dreadful group known today as ISIS and are wrecking havoc on the world killing both real muslims and non muslims, and US is to be blamed for their creation. But doesn't this make US a hypocrite for waging a war on a nation that had never harmed the US, but not wanting to go to war with NK because US is probably afraid of NK possessing real weapons of mass destructions (not false ones like Iraq) and that going to war with NK might damage US relationship with China, as US economy is heavily dependent on China? Well yes it does!
· 10 months ago