They’d probably hit China by mistake.
SDI: Ronald Reagan was right.
Would it hurt teleprompters?
if it were not april fools i’d’say this could be the false’flag obama’wants.
US Navy shifts destroyer in wake of North Korea missile threats
China mobilizing troops, jets near Korea
The freeloaders can kiss their ObamaFoams goodbye. EMP-America is finished.
Talk of an EMP has been going on a long time. But it never occurred to me that it could come from North Korea.
But with the USS McCain in the area I doubt they could get a missile very far.
Can you imagine us getting rid of all of our nukes and trusting nutcases to get rid of theirs?
NK missile parts in Alaska?
The warhead of a long-range missile test-fired by North Korea was found in the U.S. state of Alaska, a report to the National Assembly revealed yesterday.
``According to a U.S. document, the last piece of a missile warhead fired by North Korea was found in Alaska,’’ former Japanese foreign minister Taro Nakayama was quoted as saying in the report. ``Washington, as well as Tokyo, has so far underrated Pyongyang’s missile capabilities.’’
The report was the culmination of monthlong activities of the Assembly’s overseas delegation to five countries over the North Korean nuclear crisis. The Assembly dispatched groups of lawmakers to the United States, Japan, China, Russia and European Union last month to collect information and opinions on the international issue.
The team sent to Japan, headed by Rep. Kim Hak-won of the United Liberal Democrats, reported, ``Nakayama said Washington has come to put more emphasis on trilateral cooperation between South Korea, Japan and the United States since it recognized that the three countries are within the range of North Korean missiles.’’
According to the group dispatched to the U.S., American politicians had a wide range of opinions over the resolution of the nuclear issue, from ``a peaceful resolution’’ to ``military response.’’
Doves, such as Rep. Edward J. Markey, a Massachusetts Democrat and co-chairman of the Bipartisan Task Force on Nonproliferation, called for a peaceful settlement of the current confrontation, by offering food, energy and other humanitarian aid to the poverty-stricken country, while urging the North to give up its nuclear ambitions.
Rep. Markey also said the North should return to the nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty and the U.S. should make a nonaggression pact with the communist North.
Hardliners, however, warned that the North’s possession of nuclear weapons will instigate a nuclear race in the region, provoking Japan to also acquire nuclear weapons. Rep. Mark Steven Kirk, an Illinois Republican, said the U.S. might have to bomb the Yongbyon nuclear complex should the North try to export its nuclear material to other countries.
Over the controversy concerning the withdrawal of U.S. forces stationed here, most American legislators that the parliamentary delegation met said U.S. troops should stay on the peninsula as long as the Korean people want, the report said.
Just as long as they don’t screw with FR!
and what would Obuumer do about it?
Dear Moderators and FR Friends,
That does it.
I’m cannot complain about this topic — I know that a pulse is a real danger. And chemicalman, please don’t take what I’m going to say as a criticism of your starting this thread. Thank you for posting this.
I am so tired of the constant, incessant, panic-driven, Search-Engine-Optimized headlines coming out of WND that I am asking for an outright ban of anything coming from that publication.
We need focused discussion on some very serious issues. In my opinion, we do not need to have the shouts of a deranged, market-driven, headline-mongering, irrelevant publication that time and time again tries to sew panic and fear. They are making conservatives look like fringe lunatics. I believe the days when WND was of benefit have passed and now they are only trying to gain web hits.
I would ask the Moderators to consider making this an FR policy, or perhaps to poll the community if this would be a good course of action.
Again, chemicalman, please don’t take this as a criticism of you. I read the headline and immediately jumped. I am weary of having our emotions played on, and I think I have had enough of WorldNetDaily.
Thank you, Moderators, for your consideration. And bless you, regardless of your decision.
It’s not the first time that I said this, but EMP them first.
Besides, does anybody still watch that PBS music show anymore?
Maybe our little X-37B space plane could disable that ‘package’.