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Q: Are the citizens of China worried about what might happen with North Korea?

I am a peasant that lives in Texas and was just curious obout how you all felt about North Korea.  I am a little frightened over the whole issue.

1 year 44 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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Ignorance is bliss

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Ignorance is bliss

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North Korea is a dangerous neighbor

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I didn't know there were any peasants in Texas

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Though North Korea is a dangerous, I think Chinese do not worried about it.

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Money, sex, food, face, bullying the weak. Scam, violence, if one can afford to escape (emigrate) then run, if not then lie, zeroing on one or two shooting incidents in developed countries (ie sour grapes) and brag about how fast dalu high speed rail is,  are just about the only things mainland dalu zombies can think of.  

 

The danger of N. Korea is not on that list.

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China will simply absorb N. Korea

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Can't determine if the OP is a sockpuppet or not. All signs point to...maybe. Perhaps it's an attempt at humor combined with autocorrect and/or fat finger typing. In any case, it's a much better effort than the account with one question designed pull web traffic, i.e. scams in the PRC.

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