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Ron Paul Says North Korea Exposes Faults in U.S. Foreign Policy

In this video, former presidential candidate Ron Paul talks about North Korea's recent detonation of an atomic device and how it achieved that technology using subsidies from the Clinton Administration.

In addition, Paul says: "I think the reaction was overblown a bit. If there is indeed a military threat in that part of the world, it should be the business of South Korea, the business of Japan and the business of China... We shouldn't threaten [North Korea], intimidate them or promise them any more money. North Korea is not going to start bombing anybody.... A policy of non-intervention makes a lot more sense than us being the policeman of the world." Check out the video from Campaign for Liberty:


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