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PostSubject: Re: Afghanistan Topic Brief   Mon Nov 15, 2010 8:56 pm

Esteemed Delegate of France,

The Delegation of North Korea is extremely flabbergasted with your inappropriate point of information. Pyongyang described the Delegation as 'Naive' since our Dear Leader wonders who will secure the Training Troops whilst there is no Combat Troops? ''Afghanistan is no paradise. Afghanistan is no Heaven.'' Afghanistan is a battlefield where forces such as the Taliban, Al Qaeda and more perform their hobby, Terrorist Attacks to pursue their religious beliefs and ''Freedom'' of their people. Furthermore, our prosperous Leader Pyongyang described the quote of Nicholas Sarkozy as ''Completely unhappy'' and expects NO further discussion regarding this unfortunate matter.

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PostSubject: Re: Afghanistan Topic Brief   Mon Nov 15, 2010 9:14 pm

North Korea, Pakistan wishes to simply clarify a couple points about North Korea's goals. Will four years be sufficent to train soldiers to combat terrorists? Also, who will fund the 'Two Year Plan' to aid citizens around the border move and such?
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PostSubject: Re: Afghanistan Topic Brief   Mon Nov 15, 2010 9:29 pm

Meddling delegate of North Korea,

It doesn't come as a suprise that the voice of NK comes as one of war. First of all, the United Nations was created to establish world peace after decades of tyranny. One of its major goals is to protect the world from tyrants who oppress their own people. As the whole international community knows, Kim Jong-il works against the pathaway to peace therefore North Korea's solution may not be the most reliable one. Unlike North Korea, France seeks for a peaceful Afghanistan and thinks that in order to achieve peace in such a war torn nation, international troops should decrease! Afghanistan has become a battlefield, and some nations forget that hate only generates hate.

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PostSubject: Re: Afghanistan Topic Brief   Mon Nov 15, 2010 9:29 pm

"Make love, not war" I love you
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PostSubject: Re: Afghanistan Topic Brief   Tue Nov 16, 2010 12:08 am

Delegate of Pakistan,

These further details are specified at the rest of the resolution which i'm sure the Pakistanese Delegation will be happy to read and see they are not alone.


The Delegation of N.K refuses on answering the Delegation of France since they know the Delegation of France don't know most of the topics put on their paragraph regarding NK.

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PostSubject: Re: Afghanistan Topic Brief   Tue Nov 16, 2010 9:09 pm

Delegate of France, Foreign Minister Qureshi of Pakistan said in 2009, "...If Pakistan manages to implement free universal primary education, it would not only help gender mainstreaming and gender equality, but seminaries and madrassas preaching hate and terrorism would die a natural death." So perhaps the hate and terrorism can be stopped by education and equality, but it is also true that troops are needed. Afghanistan, no matter what view is shared, is a battle zone, and where civilians are involved, the solutions are always complicated. Maybe a resolution can pose different solutions to the majority of the problems (mine!). It is already a war, a War on Terror, but hopefully this will end and the troops can go home.
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