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Here's a list of of events that have taken place within the DPRK in the last few months...

Dec 12, 2012: North Korea successfully launches three-stage rocket and places satellite in orbit. Seoul, Washington and UN condemn launch as a covert ballistic missile test.

Jan 22, 2013: UN Security Council passes a resolution condemning North Korea's rocket launch and tightens existing sanctions.

Jan 24: North Korea's National Defense Commission says it will proceed with a "high-level nuclear test".

Jan 25: North Korea threatens "physical counter-measures" against rival South Korea.

Feb 12: North Korea conducts a third nuclear test.

Feb 26: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un oversees a live-fire artillery drill aimed at simulating an "actual war".

March 1: South Korea and US launch annual "Foal Eagle" joint military exercise.

March 5: North Korea says it will scrap armistice that ended the 1950-53 Korean War.

March 7: North Korea threatens a "pre-emptive" nuclear strike against the United States and South Korea. The United Nations adopts tougher sanctions on Pyongyang over its nuclear test.

March 8: North Korea announces the voiding of non-aggression pacts with South Korea and severs a government hotline with Seoul. Kim Jong-Un tours frontline island units and vows "all-out war".

March 11: South Korea and US launch annual "Key Resolve" joint military exercise.

March 12: Kim Jong-Un threatens to "wipe out" South Korean island of Baengnyeong.

March 15: Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announces plans to bolster US mainland defenses against a possible North Korean missile strike.

March 18: US Deputy Defense Secretary Ashton Carter promises to provide South Korea with every military resource under the US nuclear umbrella.

March 19: US publicises flights by nuclear-capable B-52 bombers over South Korea as part of "Foal Eagle" exercise.

March 21: North Korean army threatens strikes against US military bases in Japan and Guam in response to B-52 flights.

March 22: South Korea and US sign new pact providing for a joint military response even to low-level provocation by North Korea.

March 26
: South Korean President Park Geun-Hye warns North Korea its only "path to survival" lies in abandoning nuclear and missile programmes. North Korea's military puts its "strategic" rocket units on a war footing, with fresh threat to strike targets on the US mainland, Hawaii and Guam and South Korea.

March 27: North Korea cuts last remaining military hotline with South Korea.

March 28: The United States deploys two nuclear-capable B-2 stealth bombers on "deterrence" missions over South Korea. Hagel says US ready for "any eventuality."

March 29: Kim Jong-Un, vowing to "settle accounts," orders missile units to prepare to strike US mainland and military bases in the Pacific.

March 30
: North Korea declares it had entered into a "state of war" with South Korea.



They're at the end of the road. They've made a declaration of war against the South and as you can see within the timeline, under new leadership they've been keeping more of their promises.

Why now though? Why all of a sudden?

Look no further then China.

WW3 will begin as a war by proxy. All the superpowers have their own pieces to play before they get directly involved themselves.
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Here's a list of of events that have taken place within the DPRK in the last few months...

Dec 12, 2012: North Korea successfully launches three-stage rocket and places satellite in orbit. Seoul, Washington and UN condemn launch as a covert ballistic missile test.

Jan 22, 2013: UN Security Council passes a resolution condemning North Korea's rocket launch and tightens existing sanctions.

Jan 24: North Korea's National Defense Commission says it will proceed with a "high-level nuclear test".

Jan 25: North Korea threatens "physical counter-measures" against rival South Korea.

Feb 12: North Korea conducts a third nuclear test.

Feb 26: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un oversees a live-fire artillery drill aimed at simulating an "actual war".

March 1: South Korea and US launch annual "Foal Eagle" joint military exercise.

March 5: North Korea says it will scrap armistice that ended the 1950-53 Korean War.

March 7: North Korea threatens a "pre-emptive" nuclear strike against the United States and South Korea. The United Nations adopts tougher sanctions on Pyongyang over its nuclear test.

March 8: North Korea announces the voiding of non-aggression pacts with South Korea and severs a government hotline with Seoul. Kim Jong-Un tours frontline island units and vows "all-out war".

March 11: South Korea and US launch annual "Key Resolve" joint military exercise.

March 12: Kim Jong-Un threatens to "wipe out" South Korean island of Baengnyeong.

March 15: Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announces plans to bolster US mainland defenses against a possible North Korean missile strike.

March 18: US Deputy Defense Secretary Ashton Carter promises to provide South Korea with every military resource under the US nuclear umbrella.

March 19: US publicises flights by nuclear-capable B-52 bombers over South Korea as part of "Foal Eagle" exercise.

March 21: North Korean army threatens strikes against US military bases in Japan and Guam in response to B-52 flights.

March 22: South Korea and US sign new pact providing for a joint military response even to low-level provocation by North Korea.

March 26
: South Korean President Park Geun-Hye warns North Korea its only "path to survival" lies in abandoning nuclear and missile programmes. North Korea's military puts its "strategic" rocket units on a war footing, with fresh threat to strike targets on the US mainland, Hawaii and Guam and South Korea.

March 27: North Korea cuts last remaining military hotline with South Korea.

March 28: The United States deploys two nuclear-capable B-2 stealth bombers on "deterrence" missions over South Korea. Hagel says US ready for "any eventuality."

March 29: Kim Jong-Un, vowing to "settle accounts," orders missile units to prepare to strike US mainland and military bases in the Pacific.

March 30
: North Korea declares it had entered into a "state of war" with South Korea.



They're at the end of the road. They've made a declaration of war against the South and as you can see within the timeline, under new leadership they've been keeping more of their promises.

Why now though? Why all of a sudden?

Look no further then China.

WW3 will begin as a war by proxy. All the superpowers have their own pieces to play before they get directly involved themselves.
 Quoting: CalmShock


This will definately make people see how real this is and how it could actually lead to the war of all wars.

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For anyone that denies Chinas involvement, have a look at this.

"The satellite launch and subsequent nuclear test by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea have greatly increased the level of concern in the United States and its East Asian allies. A frequent response is to demand that China rein in its troublesome ally. There is a growing view in the West, now verging on consensus, that China holds the key to taming Pyongyang’s behavior and solving the crisis caused by the DPRK’s nuclear and missile programs. And there is mounting anger that the Chinese government seems unwilling to use its influence in a decisive manner."

" Beijing could end the North Korean nuclear crisis with a telephone call threatening to cut off aid" ..... "highly suspicious that Chinese officials were unwilling to make that call."

The article points out that China advised against the nuclear tests and that Pyongyang went ahead with the tests regardless of their allies concerns... That's pure propaganda. Chinas influence would have come into question again had they NOT spoken against the tests.

[link to www.realclearpolitics.com]

China will use NK as a proxy to reduce the American military presence in the region, softening things up for their eventual conflict with Japan. It's also possible this serves Chinas interests with Iran.
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Thanks for this:)
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Thanks for this:)
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No problem :)

I don't think the US mainland is under threat, not yet at least. It would be too suspicious if the DPRK only made threats against the American military presence in the region (Japan/Guam) and not the US as a whole, so in my opinion it's just posturing to better serve Chinas purpose.

It's unlikely China wants America to get bombed... They make way too much money off the states.
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Thanks for this:)
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No problem :)

I don't think the US mainland is under threat, not yet at least. It would be too suspicious if the DPRK only made threats against the American military presence in the region (Japan/Guam) and not the US as a whole, so in my opinion it's just posturing to better serve Chinas purpose.

It's unlikely China wants America to get bombed... They make way too much money off the states.
 Quoting: CalmShock

China knows we can never repay our debt, that we at some point will default. Then they will be holding worthless paper.

They need us out of the way so they can expand into Asia.
So if N. Korea does it, it's not "their fault", so we can not blame them, but we will be effectively crippled.

If China supplies the money, N. Korea could have gotten old ballistic missiles from Russia, and nukes too.

Remember, N. Korea needs to develop their own weapon versions for Arms sales to other rogue nations, thus the testing.
This does not mean it is the only thing that they have on hand!
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Thanks for this:)
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No problem :)

I don't think the US mainland is under threat, not yet at least. It would be too suspicious if the DPRK only made threats against the American military presence in the region (Japan/Guam) and not the US as a whole, so in my opinion it's just posturing to better serve Chinas purpose.

It's unlikely China wants America to get bombed... They make way too much money off the states.
 Quoting: CalmShock

China knows we can never repay our debt, that we at some point will default. Then they will be holding worthless paper.

They need us out of the way so they can expand into Asia.
So if N. Korea does it, it's not "their fault", so we can not blame them, but we will be effectively crippled.

If China supplies the money, N. Korea could have gotten old ballistic missiles from Russia, and nukes too.

Remember, N. Korea needs to develop their own weapon versions for Arms sales to other rogue nations, thus the testing.
This does not mean it is the only thing that they have on hand!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37116198


I thought I should mention there will be a currency war, but didn't want to get ahead of things. That's going to be down the road, but how long? I don't know. Seems like certain things need to take place first.

" the Chinese are going to back their currency with gold. This would, in turn, displace the US dollar and make the Chinese yuan the world’s reserve currency."

[link to countdowntozerotime.org]
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Thanks for this:)
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No problem :)

I don't think the US mainland is under threat, not yet at least. It would be too suspicious if the DPRK only made threats against the American military presence in the region (Japan/Guam) and not the US as a whole, so in my opinion it's just posturing to better serve Chinas purpose.

It's unlikely China wants America to get bombed... They make way too much money off the states.
 Quoting: CalmShock

China knows we can never repay our debt, that we at some point will default. Then they will be holding worthless paper.

They need us out of the way so they can expand into Asia.
So if N. Korea does it, it's not "their fault", so we can not blame them, but we will be effectively crippled.

If China supplies the money, N. Korea could have gotten old ballistic missiles from Russia, and nukes too.

Remember, N. Korea needs to develop their own weapon versions for Arms sales to other rogue nations, thus the testing.
This does not mean it is the only thing that they have on hand!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37116198


I thought I should mention there will be a currency war, but didn't want to get ahead of things. That's going to be down the road, but how long? I don't know. Seems like certain things need to take place first.

" the Chinese are going to back their currency with gold. This would, in turn, displace the US dollar and make the Chinese yuan the world’s reserve currency."

[link to countdowntozerotime.org]
 Quoting: CalmShock


The madness has already begun...

[link to news.xinhuanet.com]

Now I don't know much about the finer points of currency, nor do I claim to... But if this doesn't look like the beginning stages of a global currency, then I'm hopeless.

Last Edited by CalmShock on 03/30/2013 03:36 PM
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Thanks for this:)
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No problem :)

I don't think the US mainland is under threat, not yet at least. It would be too suspicious if the DPRK only made threats against the American military presence in the region (Japan/Guam) and not the US as a whole, so in my opinion it's just posturing to better serve Chinas purpose.

It's unlikely China wants America to get bombed... They make way too much money off the states.
 Quoting: CalmShock

China knows we can never repay our debt, that we at some point will default. Then they will be holding worthless paper.

They need us out of the way so they can expand into Asia.
So if N. Korea does it, it's not "their fault", so we can not blame them, but we will be effectively crippled.

If China supplies the money, N. Korea could have gotten old ballistic missiles from Russia, and nukes too.

Remember, N. Korea needs to develop their own weapon versions for Arms sales to other rogue nations, thus the testing.
This does not mean it is the only thing that they have on hand!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37116198


I thought I should mention there will be a currency war, but didn't want to get ahead of things. That's going to be down the road, but how long? I don't know. Seems like certain things need to take place first.

" the Chinese are going to back their currency with gold. This would, in turn, displace the US dollar and make the Chinese yuan the world’s reserve currency."

[link to countdowntozerotime.org]
 Quoting: CalmShock


Linking this other thread to this one for reference. The deal enables AU to deal direct with China on currencies instead of going though US Dollars.
Thread: Australian signs currency deal with China!

Last Edited by CeeLite on 03/30/2013 03:36 PM
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Why did we help kicked the Japs out of China and Korea in WW2?..What a waste and didn't the Bible warned not to give a dime to swine, lest they will turns and trampled over you..
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Why did we help kicked the Japs out of China and Korea in WW2?..What a waste and didn't the Bible warned not to give a dime to swine, lest they will turns and trampled over you..
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The Japs were murderous animals. Watch Nanking or google "unit 731" to get an idea of the type people they were. At the end of it all, it was simply their part to play at the time.

The tides have turned, alliances have been reshuffled and ambition has again resurfaced as the narrator of what's to come.

Through chaos comes order.

This is just history repeating itself and if ambition is the narrator... Ask yourself who wrote the book.
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It's really interesting.

NK has increased the level of threats, aswell as the rate at which they are delivered.

Things must really be bad in NK now, considering that the posture they have taken demands some kind of face-saving concession from SK & US for them to stand down. Ie, if they fail att getting what they want, they have to attack.

I seriously doubt the regime can keep a lid on things if they fail to get something from all of this sabre rattling and posturing, they have to attack, or the regime falls, and what happens then? Do we get something worse?

I am worried that NK simply has talked itself into a war.
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Thanks for this:)
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No problem :)

I don't think the US mainland is under threat, not yet at least. It would be too suspicious if the DPRK only made threats against the American military presence in the region (Japan/Guam) and not the US as a whole, so in my opinion it's just posturing to better serve Chinas purpose.

It's unlikely China wants America to get bombed... They make way too much money off the states.
 Quoting: CalmShock


Both are very good observations. While China doesn't make the money off the US as it used to, we're still a valuable cash cow to them financially.
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Also given the time of year in NK, Spring is slowly beginning so fighting a ground war should be easier. The ground is still frozen enough to support tank movements and tracked vehicles across the border without the bitter chill of Winter.
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Kim Jong Un wants to make a name for himself.. I don't believe he will quietly live in the shadow of his father. There will be blood and fire on Korean soil at some point during his tenure..
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You can add this to March 30:
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How long though until the war gets hot, I need to pop popcorn, and bring in the tomatoes?
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Thanks Calm rockon
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More like timeline of escalating failure lol.. by making threats like he is, the only thing he is succeeding in doing is making himself look like more of an idiot..

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Um... you left out the most important day of all.

On Januarary 21st 2013 Mossad agents destroyed an underground reactor via Sabotage. North Korean scientists, and reportedly several military leaders were killed in the attack.



Look at the timeline of esclation AFTER Jan 21st 2013...

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Add this:

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Draft notices go out within 60 days....
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Here's a list of of events that have taken place within the DPRK in the last few months...

Dec 12, 2012: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

Jan 22, 2013: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

Jan 24: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

Jan 25: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

Feb 12: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

Feb 26: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 1: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 5: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 7: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 8: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 11: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 12: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 15: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 18: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 19: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 21: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 22: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 26: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 27: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 28: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 29: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.

March 30: Kim Jong-Un eats a lot of cake.



They're at the end of the road. They've made a declaration of war against the South and as you can see within the timeline, under new leadership they've been keeping more of their promises.

Why now though? Why all of a sudden?

Look no further then China.

WW3 will begin as a war by proxy. All the superpowers have their own pieces to play before they get directly involved themselves.
 Quoting: CalmShock


Fixed.
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So it begins... damned


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