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North Korea Declares MARTIAL LAW

 
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i always assumed they were under a constant state of martial law
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me too...
This screams propaganda
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how could they have not already been living under martial law with crappy lifestyle the citizens live in?
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lets put it like this... in hypothetical metaphoric Dr. Acula logic... the best way i can describe North Korean is....

Let's say since Birth I would wake up and my father would smile Tell me he was the greatest father on earth

I was the greatest son on earth

and told me he loved me more than any other father...


then we would bash my head in with a stick... Then send me out to the fields to work. If I stopped working he would smile and hit me again.

Finally after a long hard day... My father would tell me he loved me and give me 30 grains of rice and kick me as i walked past him.

My father would constantly remind me that no other father would be as kind to me, and that the other fathers out there were mean and didnt love their children at all... and only wanted to hurt them.

lets say i got older and heard rumors that my life was horrible... my father would just say... it was all lies meant to trick me... meant to hurt me... then i would be bashed in the head again for my own protection against such evil lies...

If i had grown up from that sorta life and didnt know any other life... how would I know that was wrong?

even if i suspected it was wrong I better play along... cos my father is a fucking psychopath and will surely kill me

To the world that would be child abuse (or seem like martial law...)
to me that would be a father son relationship... everyday normal life...

But lets say one night my father imposes Fathers Law... I am locked in my room not allowed to leave... told not to look out the window or die!
i get no food no nothing... no bathroom breaks... no anything...
because my father just flipped the fuck out and is threatening to kill the neighbors... if my father thinks i even looked out the window i am gonna be killed...

that is how north korea and its people live... that is their relationship...


It is fucking horrible... I can only imagine how bad it is right now... under martial law... its sad... it really really really is sad... the horrors they are facing at this moment is beyond 'hell on earth'

...btw for the record that was 100% hypothetical i've never been abused by my father... lol grinning
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From National Geographic's official youtube channel on North Korea




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it wasnt working so i 'fixed' it for u
 Quoting: Dr. Acula


Really, my original post works for me? Thanks, but I think it's working. Tested it thrice.
 Quoting: Don'tBeAfraid


maybe it was just me?
:)
i was just trying to be helpful hf
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You are awesome.
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as are you!

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North Korea is the most unstable nation on the planet with a huge military poised above ground across the DMZ, with troops in underground bunkers and has tunneled under the DMZ, has nuclear capability, etc. They are a total wild card. Literally anything could happen, because their economic situation is very tenuous and they're starving. It's only a matter of time before a coup happens.

Meanwhile we have a weak President in the USA. We have a lame duck South Korea leader. We have Japan and China saber rattling.

You have to ask yourself, what would be the downside of North Korea invading South Korea from their perspective? It's a matter of brinksmanship. I personally doubt that Obama would launch first, for that's not the current nuclear doctrine. That puts the USA in a response mode of waiting while an invasion takes place. South Korea could not repel the North Koreans in all honestly unless the USA also engaged.



The DMZ, the most Dangerous place on Earth:
[link to www.rediff.com]
 Quoting: Don'tBeAfraid


The under ground artillery system in NK is impressive. They can fire and pull back into the mountain complex avoiding return fire.

Complete with multi lane highways and fiber optic communications networks (which are resistant to electronic counter measures) makes this artillery network very deadly and unstoppable w/o boots on the ground.

SK Capital city would be ruins in hours. Literally in ruins, completely destroyed.

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Isn't that tyranny already under permanent martial law?
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^^This^^
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Just takes ONE NUKE WITH EMP TO EXPLODE ANYWHERE OVER AMERICA. ONE. [link to www.washingtontimes.com]

What bothers me is they announced they planned to anhile us after they found out they could reach us in December, so now they are going to "test" a nuke and for safety (?) put the peasants on lockdown.

I think they think we are stupid, and will go "oh, just a test" UM NO, (at least I hope not) hopefully we will shoot in down. Russia and Iran have their hands up N Korea's ass, Russia helped them make this emp they have.
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Isn't that tyranny already under permanent martial law?
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^^This^^
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They are declaring martial law because they intend to test fire a missile in the direction of the United States...

Which under normal circumstances might elicit a response but considering who is running things now it's unlikely the USA will do a damn thing..
 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


Unless Barack UN Obama is paying them under the table
to fire it, so HE can declare martial law.

After Fast and Furious and
Benghazi, I wouldn't put anything past him.
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That occured to me too...
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North Korea is the most unstable nation on the planet with a huge military poised above ground across the DMZ, with troops in underground bunkers and has tunneled under the DMZ, has nuclear capability, etc. They are a total wild card. Literally anything could happen, because their economic situation is very tenuous and they're starving. It's only a matter of time before a coup happens.

Meanwhile we have a weak President in the USA. We have a lame duck South Korea leader. We have Japan and China saber rattling.

You have to ask yourself, what would be the downside of North Korea invading South Korea from their perspective? It's a matter of brinksmanship. I personally doubt that Obama would launch first, for that's not the current nuclear doctrine. That puts the USA in a response mode of waiting while an invasion takes place. South Korea could not repel the North Koreans in all honestly unless the USA also engaged.



The DMZ, the most Dangerous place on Earth:
[link to www.rediff.com]
 Quoting: Don'tBeAfraid


The under ground artillery system in NK is impressive. They can fire and pull back into the mountain complex avoiding return fire.

Complete with multi lane highways and fiber optic communications networks (which are resistant to electronic counter measures) makes this artillery network very deadly and unstoppable w/o boots on the ground.

SK Capital city would be ruins in hours. Literally in ruins, completely destroyed.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


Thanks. People don't get it. They often think, "Well we have nukes so we're safe." Yeah well, we can't use them. That means they're really not a deterrent anymore, especially with a rogue state like Iran or NK.
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North Korea is the most unstable nation on the planet with a huge military poised above ground across the DMZ, with troops in underground bunkers and has tunneled under the DMZ, has nuclear capability, etc. They are a total wild card. Literally anything could happen, because their economic situation is very tenuous and they're starving. It's only a matter of time before a coup happens.

Meanwhile we have a weak President in the USA. We have a lame duck South Korea leader. We have Japan and China saber rattling.

You have to ask yourself, what would be the downside of North Korea invading South Korea from their perspective? It's a matter of brinksmanship. I personally doubt that Obama would launch first, for that's not the current nuclear doctrine. That puts the USA in a response mode of waiting while an invasion takes place. South Korea could not repel the North Koreans in all honestly unless the USA also engaged.



The DMZ, the most Dangerous place on Earth:
[link to www.rediff.com]
 Quoting: Don'tBeAfraid


The under ground artillery system in NK is impressive. They can fire and pull back into the mountain complex avoiding return fire.

Complete with multi lane highways and fiber optic communications networks (which are resistant to electronic counter measures) makes this artillery network very deadly and unstoppable w/o boots on the ground.

SK Capital city would be ruins in hours. Literally in ruins, completely destroyed.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


I believe that is the scary as hell part because 90% of Americans think that North Korea is full of stupid people and that they have no technology to speak of yet if they have mountains where they can hold up like that and cyber optic cables then they have more then we do.

Makes us all wonder where people get the ideas that NK is full of stupid people that are so backwards they wouldn't know the difference between a grenade and a nuclear missile. The problem is that we have known for years they were keeping things secret for a reason. They know more then what they tell others. I guess they figure if people think they are stupid, people will not worry about them then they can attack while peoples guards are down.
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isnt that everyday
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seems like there are a lot of N.Korean historians here. And some people know more about N.Korea than the people that actually live there do.

Typical brainwash propaganda. Hitler used it on his people, and NATO uses it on theirs.
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Thanks!!

But it's like happening every day!!!
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seems like there are a lot of N.Korean historians here. And some people know more about N.Korea than the people that actually live there do.

Typical brainwash propaganda. Hitler used it on his people, and NATO uses it on theirs.
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Idiot
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seems like there are a lot of N.Korean historians here. And some people know more about N.Korea than the people that actually live there do.

Typical brainwash propaganda. Hitler used it on his people, and NATO uses it on theirs.
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Idiot
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i second that!
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seems like there are a lot of N.Korean historians here. And some people know more about N.Korea than the people that actually live there do.

Typical brainwash propaganda. Hitler used it on his people, and NATO uses it on theirs.
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Idiot
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i second that!
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The shills are thick today. Instead of posting evidence, they post some outrageous nonsensical subjective opinion. Total asshats.
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i always assumed they were under a constant state of martial law
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This ^^^
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They are declaring martial law because they intend to test fire a missile in the direction of the United States...

Which under normal circumstances might elicit a response but considering who is running things now it's unlikely the USA will do a damn thing..
 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


Their missiles can barely reach Alaska or Hawaii.

And if they do I very much doubt that the US and it's NATO allies are "unlikely to do anything".

But hey I guess you have been listening to neocon scaremongering propaganda a bit to much Trinity.

Besides the only logical usage of nukes for N-K is Seoul or US carrier fleets if they decide to invade S-K by land. And again the DPRK will not survive doing so.
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They are declaring martial law because they intend to test fire a missile in the direction of the United States...

Which under normal circumstances might elicit a response but considering who is running things now it's unlikely the USA will do a damn thing..
 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


Their missiles can barely reach Alaska or Hawaii.

And if they do I very much doubt that the US and it's NATO allies are "unlikely to do anything".

But hey I guess you have been listening to neocon scaremongering propaganda a bit to much Trinity.

Besides the only logical usage of nukes for N-K is Seoul or US carrier fleets if they decide to invade S-K by land. And again the DPRK will not survive doing so.
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Idiot, have you heard of a submarine? What a moron!
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They are declaring martial law because they intend to test fire a missile in the direction of the United States...

Which under normal circumstances might elicit a response but considering who is running things now it's unlikely the USA will do a damn thing..
 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


Their missiles can barely reach Alaska or Hawaii.

And if they do I very much doubt that the US and it's NATO allies are "unlikely to do anything".

But hey I guess you have been listening to neocon scaremongering propaganda a bit to much Trinity.

Besides the only logical usage of nukes for N-K is Seoul or US carrier fleets if they decide to invade S-K by land. And again the DPRK will not survive doing so.
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Thread: North Korea Could Have U.S. Within Missile Range; Missle launch WAS ICBM Test
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Obummer won't do anything unless we can link NK to the high cap mag supply of US citizens! Get on that GLP...SAVE AMERICA!!!
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Thee idea of martial law is different then what we think it is, same old thing for them.
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this thread was created for one of my posts located in this thread...

Thread: If You Think North Korea is Under A Constant State of Martial Law Read This!
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Okay, just my two cents worth but here goes:

Martial Law in North Korea and total combat readiness of all front-line troops at the DMZ says that there's going to be a lot more than a nuke test. Odds are there is going to be another form of provocation, possibly an attack of some kind against South Korea.

Convening a special emergency meeting with regards to the above? Well that's even more sinister. State officials would have obviously been aware already of a nuke test, and since Kim Jong-un is supreme leader this kind of action isn't necessary unless he's issuing instructions of another kind to them.

All in all, this doesn't bode well.
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Is there much difference between when there is martial law in effect in North Korea, and when there is no martial law in effect in North Korea?

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Okay, just my two cents worth but here goes:

Martial Law in North Korea and total combat readiness of all front-line troops at the DMZ says that there's going to be a lot more than a nuke test. Odds are there is going to be another form of provocation, possibly an attack of some kind against South Korea.

Convening a special emergency meeting with regards to the above? Well that's even more sinister. State officials would have obviously been aware already of a nuke test, and since Kim Jong-un is supreme leader this kind of action isn't necessary unless he's issuing instructions of another kind to them.

All in all, this doesn't bode well.
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i couldnt disagree at all.

If they launch a nuke towards... they are at war with south korea...

which is is just another territory of the US

So yeah they are ready for war
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Is there much difference between when there is martial law in effect in North Korea, and when there is no martial law in effect in North Korea?

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yes

read this

Thread: If You Think North Korea is Under A Constant State of Martial Law Read This!
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Okay, just my two cents worth but here goes:

Martial Law in North Korea and total combat readiness of all front-line troops at the DMZ says that there's going to be a lot more than a nuke test. Odds are there is going to be another form of provocation, possibly an attack of some kind against South Korea.

Convening a special emergency meeting with regards to the above? Well that's even more sinister. State officials would have obviously been aware already of a nuke test, and since Kim Jong-un is supreme leader this kind of action isn't necessary unless he's issuing instructions of another kind to them.

All in all, this doesn't bode well.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32968645


i couldnt disagree at all.

If they launch a nuke towards... they are at war with south korea...

which is is just another territory of the US

So yeah they are ready for war
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They don't have a launch a nuke. They simply start steaming rolling tanks into South Korea. By the time the USA decides to react, it's too late.

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Isn't that tyranny already under permanent martial law?
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it's a symbolic gesture

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