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North Korean Timeline of Escalating Threats

 
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Thanks for this

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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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March 30 Texans declare war against North Korea.
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Kind of interesting how they announce that women will now serve in combat just about a month before the latest flare up with North Korea. Hmmmm, the timing..
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Ty OP!
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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 much for a conversation. In health.
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Thank you OP!
hf
DUST TO GLORY!!!
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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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34983804


So much for a conversation. In health.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5366990


Just a joke, calm your tits. You can't deny that it isn't true though. He is such a little fatass.
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North Korea reminds me of the bully in 6th grade that told me everyday that he was going to beat my ass, not knowing that I held a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, Kenpo, Aikido and that my father was a decorated Vietnam Vet Green Beret that trained me on survival techniques since I could stand on my own two feet. The last day of school, the bully cornered me in the boys room in front of the popular kids, I beat his ass and pulled him from the door as he tries to run and beat him again. Fuck NK and the anti American government for that matter.
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Thank you OP!
hf
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Yes thank you op for eating cake
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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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^^^^^^^^this
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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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34983804


So much for a conversation. In health.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5366990


Just a joke, calm your tits. You can't deny that it isn't true though. He is such a little fatass.
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I'm not worried by his body, but by his crazy mind.
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All BS, China is behind that BS, they want the US dollar up to buy euros and acquire real assets before everything goes down the rabbit hole, that young NK leader is a jerk, he wouldn't last one minute if he dared to launch his crappy fireworks.
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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


bsflag

I took 5 of those items and searched for key phrases using 2010 as the year. Guess what, positives on all. I even dropped 2008 into a couple of them and they came back with news stories. You're either new at this or Shilling.
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confusing , huh? Little bo peep lost a sheep, no worries, we made another?
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Sweet. SUPER PINNED!

Thanks T.

This should help put things into perspective for those that think North Korea is still just making empty threats...

I think it also brings to light the the more nefarious workings taking place in the entire Asian region...
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Draft notices go out within 60 days....
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You can add this to March 30:
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
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Texas can't even defend its own border with Mexico.
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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



Kimmie knows his people are at a point to revolt. They are starving to death. There is no NK if they don't act.
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hrmmm i guess the DPRK is gonna pull an aprils fool on 1st of april, on South Korea and the us, and make them look right dipsticks on the receiving end of an all out assault on south korea, japan and as many us interests that the DPRK can.
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Bring it sloped eyed midget!
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Where in the timeline does Dennis Rodman teaching Kim Jong-Un how to talk trash fit in?
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id really hate to be a President that knew his country and his freinds were gonna be attacked but did nothing untill after the attack.

I guess the usa wont have many allies left after the 1st of april, when everyone realises the usa wont PROTECT them, but only retaliate .
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You can add this to March 30:
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
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Texas can't even defend its own border with Mexico.
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Mexico will protect US. Get it?
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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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Title of article is "North Koreans among 40 dead at Iran nuke plant"

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The things of nightmares and horrors is upon us. The question is to fight an unwinnable war or flee to the forests and isolated locations
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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


bsflag

I took 5 of those items and searched for key phrases using 2010 as the year. Guess what, positives on all. I even dropped 2008 into a couple of them and they came back with news stories. You're either new at this or Shilling.
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Actually, you are correct.

As much as I hate to admit this, I have been fooled by the media this time.

The question should be, why all the attention to NK all of a sudden?

When TPTB directs peoples attention in one direction, you really should be looking in the other direction to see what's really going on.
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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.

March 31: Kim Jong-Un offer's to succ Obama's dicc...Obama happily obliges


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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You can add this to March 30:
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Texas can't even defend its own border with Mexico.
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Mexico will protect US. Get it?
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The Mexicans here WILL protect Texas, not all of them legal or not are bad seeds. I'll trust them behind me long before I trust a black coward behind me, the blacks like to talk but not walk the walk. Give me a Mexican back up any day.
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south America will protect the North. Sad that in kims country they build walls. OH well, to the death!
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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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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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'Money' is the 'blood circulation' of society. Society depends upon it to function. Dependance upon a deception will eventually lead to a downfall.

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