Skip to comments.North Korean army: We have final approval to launch nuclear strikes on the U.S.
Posted on 04/03/2013 5:46:15 PM PDT by SeekAndFind
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I agree with the fact that China has a hold on far too much American production.
Bring it back to America.
On the other hand the flights don't appear very full so maybe at least ten more final warning could not hurt...
Take a look around. Quite a few “nuke’em” cowboys around here.
Each nuke has a definitive footprint. It has to do with how the materials are enriched. Within an hour, most any NEST team in the world will be able to tell where the materials originated.
A little “horse already out of the barn”, but that’s how it’s done.
No need to worry about Kim and NK, Obama has distinguished himself as the first Prsident to apologize to other nations for the behavior of the United States. Watch Obama apologize!
I love how these amateurs are playing Obama’s game of brinkmanship...and winning!
Winning in the sense that I heard that the US is willing to send them food if they’d just calm down a bit...
>>>>Try to imagine 25 million useless people with their heads full of loony ideas that would have to be deprogrammed before even teaching them the basics of what to do with themselves in a modern economy.
Are you talking about North Koreans or the urban dwellers of the USA?<<<<
A generation after reunification Germany still pouring billions in development of it’s russified east and it doesn’t help much.
Now compare Norks and East Germany. It’s a mule vs BMW.
If you consider the implications of a reflagged fishing trawler with a lead-lined compartment in the hold showing up in Los Angeles, Seattle, New Orleans, Boston...really any large US city with coastal exposure...it’s not ten years off. It’s right now. Given our current leadership, the Norks could probably sail one right up the Potomac.
A slippery slope?
At Wilshire elementary, San Antonio (within Cuban missile range) we would do that, and tuck our heads between our legs, covering up with our arms.
We understood even then that we did this so we could kiss our butts goodbye.
Recall then that we had a tough-talking Dem CIC who had been shown up over the U2 incident, at the Vienna Conference and the Bay of Pigs.
Books are full of World War III scenarios where country A nukes country B; country B retaliates against country C; country C retaliates against country D ... pretty soon everyone blows up everyone else.
Did you ever see a nuclear reaction modeled with mouse traps loaded with ping-pong balls?
The Mouse that Roared.
When I read that, I actually pictured Obama as Zoltar.
It's on YouTube.
But with regard to World War III ... I think that this simulation is very, very applicable. When nukes start flying countries will be forced to launch whatever they have, against those who are responsible and against those who haven't launched yet. There won't be time to investigate. NK can become an initiator of such a chain reaction.
The World War III is not a certainty, of course, even if NK manages to set up a few explosions in a few countries. (If they do, I'm pretty sure they will do it by smuggling a nuke in, not by flying it on a poorly made rocket.) It all depends on rational thinkers in governments of victim countries.
...sounds like something Borat would say