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Breaking: China mobilizing troops, jets near N. Korean border

 
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This is more than likely an effort to shore up and prevent a refugee crisis. If war happens, and the regime collapses. China can not send those people back.
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You guys don't realize how bad the first Korean war was.

It was worse then any war we have ever seen. Korea was Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan all rolled into one.

In 1000 days more then a million people were killed. And many atomic bombs were dropped near Korea too show our determination too win.

400 Canadian soldiers fought off 4000 Chinese in one battle. Thats how intense it was.

At hamburger hill the Americans posted a sign saying "Abandon all hope those who enter"

Not a single light could be seen from North Korea at night after dropping 800 tons of bombs on them daily.

This will go WW3 if it goes down.

Look up the "Official" casualty report.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4734824


My now deceased father was a Korean War Vet, he said it was bad. He told us a story once when we were older. I remember he said that soldiers lost their feet due to frost bite and not having any place warm to go and couldn't start a fire and give away their location, etc. He told us a few other stories that night too, but I just can' remember them at the moment, 40 something year's ago and he never said another word about it to us, it all came out ONE night, and that was it, he never shared the stories again and I never heard him even talk to his friends or family about it. It was like he just wanted to forget it all and never think about it. The night he told us, well, he had too many beers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11615111


Most people do not know anything about the Korean war, and how many people died is largly unknown, but it was millions- I got bad karma the other day for saying this, like it isn't true, but it is. It was a horrible war. I am glad your father told you a little about it. I remember the G.I.s coming home w/no feet, hands, and badly frost bitten nose and ear scars, a few takled about how badly the US bombed the holy living shit out of NK, until there were no buildings visable from the air. The old N. Koreans who remember are scared to death of the USA.
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This is more than likely an effort to shore up and prevent a refugee crisis. If war happens, and the regime collapses. China can not send those people back.
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1140635


Well they cant. They will have to have some sort of refugee camp zone.

Its likely china does know a bit more than we do. If the regime collapses, or war breaks out, they will likely stay neutral.

China and South Korea have pretty good relations
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I don't think we should discount China invading North Korea to protect its interests and security, it would make more sense to prevent a nuclear confrontation than to defend one.
 Quoting: The Scientist


North Korea is a buffer zone between East and West. Starving civilians of North Korea shield the eastern Chinese border.
 Quoting: leveller 37275378


But we got Afghanistan.
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Pretty sure china would be happy about Seoul being the capital of future Korea.
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They don't like Chinese either since China established diplomatic relations with South Korean, they had killed off all the Chinese faction within their government and the military. Both China and US support them to avoid the possibility of sudden collapse. They actualy seeking chance to dump China once and for all.
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Deep in the world tonight
Our hearts beat safe and sound
I'll hold you so close
Just let yourself go down.

Rip it up
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Rip it up
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Ev'rybody have fun tonight
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Ev'rybody have fun tonight.

Across the nation
Around the world
Ev'rybody have fun tonight
A celebration so spread the word.

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This is more than likely an effort to shore up and prevent a refugee crisis. If war happens, and the regime collapses. China can not send those people back.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37265104



 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1140635


Well they cant. They will have to have some sort of refugee camp zone.

Its likely china does know a bit more than we do. If the regime collapses, or war breaks out, they will likely stay neutral.

China and South Korea have pretty good relations
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37265104


I feel sorry for the people of NK. they have a govt. that makes life hell for them, and tells them nothing of the world outside. They are kept starving and in the dark. I hope some day they will be free of their dictators.peace
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China has placed military forces on heightened alert in the northeastern part of the country as tensions mount on the Korean peninsula following recent threats by Pyongyang to attack, U.S. officials said.
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sunnynk Our fraternal brothers want to join our happy and prosperous peoples republic.
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Will all of our coming crippled and maimed soldiers be covered under Obama Care?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17969123


Not funny.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33296467


The US Military is the most perfect example of socialism ever created.

Stop and think about that before blasting away... Sign your rights away when signing up and become the 'property' of the Govt... think about it.

So yeah - when king nobama waves his mighty hand, those affected will be cured....


.... unless it costs too much in which case he will let them rot on the vine so to speak.


That guy has got to go.
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You guys don't realize how bad the first Korean war was.

It was worse then any war we have ever seen. Korea was Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan all rolled into one.

In 1000 days more then a million people were killed. And many atomic bombs were dropped near Korea too show our determination too win.

400 Canadian soldiers fought off 4000 Chinese in one battle. Thats how intense it was.

At hamburger hill the Americans posted a sign saying "Abandon all hope those who enter"

Not a single light could be seen from North Korea at night after dropping 800 tons of bombs on them daily.

This will go WW3 if it goes down.

Look up the "Official" casualty report.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4734824


My dad fought in that war,WAr is Hell!
but that one was living hell on earth!
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Do you know what B-52's could do to North Korea.. With the new high explosive bombs ,they are very lethal. We could have won the Vietnamese war in one week, but they pulled them back after bombing the harbor at Haiphong. I interrogated many V.C. And they feared most the B-52's. you do not see or hear them coming and it sounds like the end of the world. It will make a country look like craters on the moon.
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Today we take a closer look at the nation’s artillery systems – systems that have long been rumored capable of turning Seoul into a “sea of fire.

A SEA OF FIRE?

Pyongyang often boasts of its capacity to turn Seoul into a “sea of fire”, something arguably more related to its forward deployed weapons systems than the controversial nuclear weapons program. Possessing some 8,500 field artillery pieces (caliber 122mm or greater) and 5,100 multiple-launch rocket systems, the Korean People’s Army could certainly inflict serious damage along the Southern side of the DMZ in the event of a surprise attack.

Since the 1994 nuclear crisis, the DPRK has put a high priority on deploying weapons systems along the DMZ that can damage South Korea without the need of a ground invasion. An estimated 13,000 or so field artillery pieces and multiple-launch rocket systems in North Korea’s possession.

KOKSAN 170MM THREAT

North Korea’s 170mm Koksan guns, reported to be the only artillery which “can reach central Seoul from behind the North Korean Border,” are arguably Pyongyang’s most powerful artillery asset. Designed to fire between two to four rounds per minute, these massive guns (each 14m long) can strike targets 40km away if using conventional mortar ammunition, or up to 54km when firing “rocket assisted projectiles” and still reach downtown Seoul with full effect.

In total, both the Nautilus Institute and Global Security suggest there are as many as 500 of these long-range guns located along the DMZ. Capable of launching “4 rounds a minute” in any opening barrage. Taken all together, these figures suggest that North Korea could bombard South Korea with about 12,000 shells per hour if it were to use all of its Koksan Guns simultaneously. .

240MM MULTIPLE ROCKET LAUNCHERS

The majority of Pyongyang’s most lethal artillery capability is invested in their 60km range, 240mm multiple rocket launchers (MRL 240). Possessing around 200 of the MRL 240’s in the border region directly north of Seoul (according to IISS), these units would be well within range of bombarding even downtown areas in the South Korean capital.

Capable of launching 12-22 rounds in a single burst, the MRL240 rockets can include high explosive, smoke, incendiary and chemical warhead capabilities. In times of war, this forward facing deployment could reportedly fire up to 4,400 shells in a single burst, reloading four times per hour to bombard the capital city at a rate of between 9,600 to 17,600 rounds per hour (the variation depends on whether or not they use the 22 or 12 barrel capacity launchers). In a worst case scenario, this means the North Koreans could even be capable of quickly turning a 6 sq. km area “into rubble”. Wed to chemical warheads, the scope for damage increases significantly.

A SEOUL SEA OF FIRE?

Having looked at North Korea’s long range artillery capability, it is evident that Pyongyang possesses two arsenals easily capable of causing serious damage to Seoul. Taken together, North Korea’s forward deployed long-range artillery could launch as many as 20,000 shells an hour at downtown Seoul. These numbers are significant and should not be taken lightly.

While the notion that North Korea could launch as many as 20,000 shells per hour looks unlikely in light of the issues described above, 300 artillery pieces in direct range of Seoul is of course a serious concern for allied commanders. A “sea of fire” might not be the result in case of their use, but it is evident that tens of thousands of civilians could die and even more injured if they were used in an indiscriminate way.

ALTERNATIVE MEANS

While we’ve take a look at North Korea’s most formidable artillery, it is nevertheless important to remember that this isn’t the full story. Indeed, the Korean People’s Army possesses a wide range of other self-propelled artillery pieces, including various road mobile 122mm and smaller MRL systems and the M-1992 120mm gun. In addition, it possesses towed systems like the D-20 152mm and D-30 122m guns, both of which could cause substantial damage when used in groups simultaneously. But because the range of all of these artillery pieces falls short of even suburban Seoul, it means their usage north of the DMZ would only be suited for nearby targets like military bases and small towns and villages.

It is also important to remember that North Korea can pose threats in many other ways to nearby Seoul. In particular, the KPA reportedly has chemical munitions for all types of artillery rounds 107mm and greater. Sixty five per cent of DPRK ground troops are now located within 60 miles of the DMZ, compared with 45 per cent in 1984.[1] In addition, the DPRK now possesses an arsenal of roughly 600 Hwasong missiles and 100 Nodong missiles that put all of ROK and Japanese territory (and the United States bases therein) well within striking range of projectiles equipped withWMD warheads. Then as described in a previous post, there is the asymmetrical threat of the DPRK Air Force, a rather large naval presence, and a population that could see up to 8,000,000 soldiers conscripted in the event of conflict.

With Seoul just a stone’s throw from the DMZ (35km), some estimates calculate that an artillery exchange alone between the Koreas could lead to as many as hundreds of thousands of deaths in Seoul, with one former U.S. commander saying it could even cost the U.S. 52,000 military personnel and over $100 billion, not to mention the catastrophic economic damages caused to the region.

Their artillery is on rail cars in tunnels on the back side of mountains. they roll them out and fire, then can duck and cover. they have 3-5 million ready to flood the dmz! wave after wave.
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Do you know what B-52's could do to North Korea.. With the new high explosive bombs ,they are very lethal. We could have won the Vietnamese war in one week, but they pulled them back after bombing the harbor at Haiphong. I interrogated many V.C. And they feared most the B-52's. you do not see or hear them coming and it sounds like the end of the world. It will make a country look like craters on the moon.
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Not to worried, 1000s of NK bunkers can handle that.
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China knows what's about to happen so they are getting ready for the mass exodus from North Korea.
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General Tzo Chicken for all!
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Over 15,000 views on this thread? Maybe heads are popping out of dark places after all?
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The Korean war started out as a disaster for the allies. Then MacArthur landed at Inchon and cut the NK army from their supply lines and rolled them up easily. Seeing that the US had virtually won the war the Chinese stepped in. The US had advanced rapidly (too rapidly) and left the mountain ranges unguarded. The chinese infiltrated entire divisions behind US lines and cut them off. This during a terribly cold winter storm. This incident bred many of the horror stories. The retreat was horrific.

It was hard, but the americans and brits finally broke out. They regrouped and pounded the chinese all the way back to the current line. China didn't give up the fight so the US secretly sent them word that if they did not accept the current line then China would be nuked. China agreed and thus NK had no choice but to agree since they had no strength left to continue the war.
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Today we take a closer look at the nation’s artillery systems – systems that have long been rumored capable of turning Seoul into a “sea of fire.

A SEA OF FIRE?

Pyongyang often boasts of its capacity to turn Seoul into a “sea of fire”, something arguably more related to its forward deployed weapons systems than the controversial nuclear weapons program. Possessing some 8,500 field artillery pieces (caliber 122mm or greater) and 5,100 multiple-launch rocket systems, the Korean People’s Army could certainly inflict serious damage along the Southern side of the DMZ in the event of a surprise attack.

Since the 1994 nuclear crisis, the DPRK has put a high priority on deploying weapons systems along the DMZ that can damage South Korea without the need of a ground invasion. An estimated 13,000 or so field artillery pieces and multiple-launch rocket systems in North Korea’s possession.

KOKSAN 170MM THREAT

North Korea’s 170mm Koksan guns, reported to be the only artillery which “can reach central Seoul from behind the North Korean Border,” are arguably Pyongyang’s most powerful artillery asset. Designed to fire between two to four rounds per minute, these massive guns (each 14m long) can strike targets 40km away if using conventional mortar ammunition, or up to 54km when firing “rocket assisted projectiles” and still reach downtown Seoul with full effect.

In total, both the Nautilus Institute and Global Security suggest there are as many as 500 of these long-range guns located along the DMZ. Capable of launching “4 rounds a minute” in any opening barrage. Taken all together, these figures suggest that North Korea could bombard South Korea with about 12,000 shells per hour if it were to use all of its Koksan Guns simultaneously. .

240MM MULTIPLE ROCKET LAUNCHERS

The majority of Pyongyang’s most lethal artillery capability is invested in their 60km range, 240mm multiple rocket launchers (MRL 240). Possessing around 200 of the MRL 240’s in the border region directly north of Seoul (according to IISS), these units would be well within range of bombarding even downtown areas in the South Korean capital.

Capable of launching 12-22 rounds in a single burst, the MRL240 rockets can include high explosive, smoke, incendiary and chemical warhead capabilities. In times of war, this forward facing deployment could reportedly fire up to 4,400 shells in a single burst, reloading four times per hour to bombard the capital city at a rate of between 9,600 to 17,600 rounds per hour (the variation depends on whether or not they use the 22 or 12 barrel capacity launchers). In a worst case scenario, this means the North Koreans could even be capable of quickly turning a 6 sq. km area “into rubble”. Wed to chemical warheads, the scope for damage increases significantly.

A SEOUL SEA OF FIRE?

Having looked at North Korea’s long range artillery capability, it is evident that Pyongyang possesses two arsenals easily capable of causing serious damage to Seoul. Taken together, North Korea’s forward deployed long-range artillery could launch as many as 20,000 shells an hour at downtown Seoul. These numbers are significant and should not be taken lightly.

While the notion that North Korea could launch as many as 20,000 shells per hour looks unlikely in light of the issues described above, 300 artillery pieces in direct range of Seoul is of course a serious concern for allied commanders. A “sea of fire” might not be the result in case of their use, but it is evident that tens of thousands of civilians could die and even more injured if they were used in an indiscriminate way.

ALTERNATIVE MEANS

While we’ve take a look at North Korea’s most formidable artillery, it is nevertheless important to remember that this isn’t the full story. Indeed, the Korean People’s Army possesses a wide range of other self-propelled artillery pieces, including various road mobile 122mm and smaller MRL systems and the M-1992 120mm gun. In addition, it possesses towed systems like the D-20 152mm and D-30 122m guns, both of which could cause substantial damage when used in groups simultaneously. But because the range of all of these artillery pieces falls short of even suburban Seoul, it means their usage north of the DMZ would only be suited for nearby targets like military bases and small towns and villages.

It is also important to remember that North Korea can pose threats in many other ways to nearby Seoul. In particular, the KPA reportedly has chemical munitions for all types of artillery rounds 107mm and greater. Sixty five per cent of DPRK ground troops are now located within 60 miles of the DMZ, compared with 45 per cent in 1984.[1] In addition, the DPRK now possesses an arsenal of roughly 600 Hwasong missiles and 100 Nodong missiles that put all of ROK and Japanese territory (and the United States bases therein) well within striking range of projectiles equipped withWMD warheads. Then as described in a previous post, there is the asymmetrical threat of the DPRK Air Force, a rather large naval presence, and a population that could see up to 8,000,000 soldiers conscripted in the event of conflict.

With Seoul just a stone’s throw from the DMZ (35km), some estimates calculate that an artillery exchange alone between the Koreas could lead to as many as hundreds of thousands of deaths in Seoul, with one former U.S. commander saying it could even cost the U.S. 52,000 military personnel and over $100 billion, not to mention the catastrophic economic damages caused to the region.

Their artillery is on rail cars in tunnels on the back side of mountains. they roll them out and fire, then can duck and cover. they have 3-5 million ready to flood the dmz! wave after wave.
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Mutual assured destruction WWI style.
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You guys don't realize how bad the first Korean war was.

It was worse then any war we have ever seen. Korea was Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan all rolled into one.

In 1000 days more then a million people were killed. And many atomic bombs were dropped near Korea too show our determination too win.

400 Canadian soldiers fought off 4000 Chinese in one battle. Thats how intense it was.

At hamburger hill the Americans posted a sign saying "Abandon all hope those who enter"

Not a single light could be seen from North Korea at night after dropping 800 tons of bombs on them daily.

This will go WW3 if it goes down.

Look up the "Official" casualty report.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4734824


With a million red chinamen streaming across the Yalu, it ain't gonna be pretty.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1140635


You do realize that the North Koreans have an 8,000,000 man active reserve...add that to the 1,200,000 active soldiers and you have 9,200,000 soldiers coming at you before the Chinese arrive!
 Quoting: ohnonotagain


You do realize that you need to be able to feed 9,200,000 soldiers... good luck doing that NK! They would be able to have a sustained fight for about a day before they all gave up from hunger pains.
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What it all comes down to is how the US and South Korea choose to handle the twin prospects of a full-scale North Korean blitzkreig and an asymmetric war by North Korea on US and South Korean air forces and navies.

The US and South Korea has two choices:

(1) Withdraw from Israel, Afghanistan and/or the Persian Gulf to handle a full North Korean mobilization (1.2 million active troops, 5000 tanks, 90 submarines and 200,000 special forces)...

Or.....

(2) Nuke North Korea and have North Korea wipe out the major financial hubs of Seoul and Tokyo in retaliation, devestating the global economy, killing the Dollar and sparking a war with China at the same time.

In either case, a conflict in North Korea would pull away a LOT of US manpower from overseas, and risk abandoning the West's allies in Israel, Saudi Arabia and the Karzai regime in Afghanistan.

If North Korea feels it is losing the war it will activate its 8.2 million reserves and prompt the US to pull even more resources away from its overseas bases, even from the mainland itself. Conscription is a possibility.

So many variables. It's not a black & white case.
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They are trained to eat the dead and fresh south Koreans.
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China, the technology master of copying American technology. I detest the capitalists that sold their soul and their country down the tubes for profit.
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I'll drive a million miles
To be with you tonight
So if you're feeling low
Turn up your radio
The words we use are strong
They make reality
But now the music's on
Oh baby dance with me yeah.

Rip it up
Move down
Rip it up
Move it down to the ground
Rip it up
Cool down
Rip it up
And get the feeling not the word.

Ev'rybody have fun tonight
Ev'rybody have fun tonight
Ev'rybody Wang Chung tonight
Ev'rybody have fun tonight
Ev'rybody Wang Chung tonight
Ev'rybody have fun.

Deep in the world tonight
Our hearts beat safe and sound
I'll hold you so close
Just let yourself go down.

Rip it up
Move down
Rip it up
Move it down to the ground
Rip it up
Cool down
Rip it up
Get out what's inside of you

Ev'rybody have fun tonight
Ev'rybody have fun tonight
Ev'rybody Wang Chung tonight
Ev'rybody have fun tonight
Ev'rybody have fun tonight
Ev'rybody Wang Chung tonight
Ev'rybody have fun.

On the edge of oblivion
All the world is Babylon
And all the love and ev'ryone
A ship of fools sailing on
(Ev'rybody)
Ev'rybody have fun tonight
(Ev'rybody)
Ev'rybody have fun tonight.

Across the nation
Around the world
Ev'rybody have fun tonight
A celebration so spread the word.

Ev'rybody have fun tonight
Ev'rybody have fun tonight
Ev'rybody Wang Chung tonight
Ev'rybody have fun tonight
Ev'rybody Wang Chung tonight
Ev'rybody have fun tonight
Ev'rybody have fun.

Ev'rybody
Ev'ryone.
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this^
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04/01/2013 10:16 PM
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Asians have been our historical enemies of the past and until now, still are.

Every time we go to war with those ignorant bastards we always destroy them in terms of how many lives we took in relative to ours.

In Vietnam, over 8 million gooks died compared to only 70,000 US troops.

With the technology and military power we have right now, we probably wouldn't even lose 1 life to those savages.

But I do love their women though.

I'd go to war with them a lone just to bring back one of those slanted eyed whores to fck every night.
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Asians have been our historical enemies of the past and until now, still are.

Every time we go to war with those ignorant bastards we always destroy them in terms of how many lives we took in relative to ours.

In Vietnam, over 8 million gooks died compared to only 70,000 US troops.

With the technology and military power we have right now, we probably wouldn't even lose 1 life to those savages.

But I do love their women though.

I'd go to war with them a lone just to bring back one of those slanted eyed whores to fck every night.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35251838


every time you've gone to war in asia you've done so with asian allies.
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how does THIS:

North Korea, meanwhile, is mobilizing missile forces, including road-mobile short- and medium-range missiles, according to officials familiar with satellite imagery of missile bases.


match with THIS:

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REU: WHITE HOUSE SAYS NOT SEEING "LARGE-SCALE MOBILIZATIONS AND
POSITIONING OF FORCES" BY NORTH KOREA

 Quoting: Ger_reG


Obama's really busy now focusing on improving his golf swing and making sure he got his Final 4 brackets right.

Our administration is also busy working on important new regulations for gun control and gay marriage.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1140635


Wait! Don't forget the border situation.....don't want any illegals climbing the 1/2 assed fence in TX. Lets focus on those 3 things. Don't worry, China and Russia have our back!!
DOOM AHHHHHHHHHHH!
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Re: Breaking: China mobilizing troops, jets near N. Korean border
You guys don't realize how bad the first Korean war was.

It was worse then any war we have ever seen. Korea was Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan all rolled into one.

In 1000 days more then a million people were killed. And many atomic bombs were dropped near Korea too show our determination too win.

400 Canadian soldiers fought off 4000 Chinese in one battle. Thats how intense it was.

At hamburger hill the Americans posted a sign saying "Abandon all hope those who enter"

Not a single light could be seen from North Korea at night after dropping 800 tons of bombs on them daily.

This will go WW3 if it goes down.

Look up the "Official" casualty report.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


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The Forgotten War
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Re: Breaking: China mobilizing troops, jets near N. Korean border
And many atomic bombs were dropped near Korea too show our determination too win.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4734824


This is entirely untrue.
I did not see one person sharp/knowledgeable enough to repudiate this falsehood in this thread.


Except for the fact that it's 2013, friend. Part of our current 'projected' might consists of stealth technology that was developed over 30 years ago... one example of many. Technological advancements in the last 10 years alone render troop count far less significant than in previous large-scale wars. A battlefield or sizable EMP could leave a vast group of enemy troops without out orders.

Of course the, "you must have troops to occupy and win a war" rule stands. But with the technology that is available today, and looking back at what we knew and kept secret many decades ago, it's hard to think we don't have a counter to massive enemy troop numbers.

 Quoting: DonVitoGuy 13039702


EMP is a two way street.

As well, knock out harp and a couple other antennae installations by any number of means.

Both China and Russia know what the U.S. has in orbit, and can kill that easily enough.

Take away the tech and it IS to the Numbers.... and Intestinal Fortitude.

The U.S. is lacking in moral fiber.

BTW.... the U.S.S.R. put a plasma containment vessel for a so-called proton beam in orbit in '79.
It was a MSM news story for about 12 hours and then was Killed.

That was then. The U.S. has been playing catch up. That is all.

I could tell you some of it, but for what. You think you know it all and are smug in your lack of direct, experiential knowledge.


They are going to play it like the N. Koreans are the bad guys.

Then when things get hot they are going to turn, and sink every U.S. Vessel in the Fleet.

U.S. is running on Fumes, and everyone knows it.

Banksters have sucked the purity and essence of your precious bodily fluids, leaving a hapless sack of undulating protoplasm.

You Moran...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1390620


Very poetic. Very well put.
The people within the borders of the U.S. didn't get the memo.

It is really sad, what is, and what is to come.
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Re: Breaking: China mobilizing troops, jets near N. Korean border
Those fema camps and big black plastic boxes make a little more sense now..

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