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Proving ground's for China U.S., if North launch's they'll be obliterated by those ship's the largest and strongest nukes on the planet fiz'll snoopdog
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Will this lead to more sanctions? If so, the only thing North Korea hasn't yet done apart from invade is shut down the Kaesong Industrial Complex.

I'd say that's the next step.
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They'll never shut that down. They make a lot of money from Kaesong.
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They shut it for a while in 2009.
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39°46'22.08" N 125°46'16.67" E

google earth etc..... it's another bunker with loads of water feeders for cooling......
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Going from the state the reactor looked in on the news I think this is more of a threat to them more than anybody else.
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39°46'22.08" N 125°46'16.67" E

google earth etc..... it's another bunker with loads of water feeders for cooling......
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If you're all thinking this is bad just wait 'til Pakistan is completely taken over by extremists. They won't hesitate to push the button and they currently have 100+ warheads.
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THIS

All this NK crap reeks of propaganda BS psyop for the sheep.

Probably it's just the Rothschild's pissen' about not getting their cut.

ovoters

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39°46'22.08" N 125°46'16.67" E

google earth etc..... it's another bunker with loads of water feeders for cooling......
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spock
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Google Earth -
... a few old farm huts and some primitive farms, some trash mounds, and not even single paved road in the area. Must be a well disguised nuke plant, or GE is covering for NK.
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Huh, wait... isn't NK supposed to have nukes already??? Or this was all fluff and they wanna play the same game than with Iran?
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Huh, wait... isn't NK supposed to have nukes already??? Or this was all fluff and they wanna play the same game than with Iran?
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This would make it easier for them to produce more.
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If you're all thinking this is bad just wait 'til Pakistan is completely taken over by extremists. They won't hesitate to push the button and they currently have 100+ warheads.
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bsflag

Their puny little ISRAELI PROLIFERATED nukes are nothing.
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39°46'22.08" N 125°46'16.67" E

google earth etc..... it's another bunker with loads of water feeders for cooling......
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United States has...

"Approximately 5,113 nuclear warheads [2], including tactical, strategic, and nondeployed weapons. According to the latest official New START declaration, the United States deploys 1,722 strategic nuclear warheads on 806 deployed ICBMs, SLBMs, and strategic bombers [1]. The Federation of American Scientists estimates that the United States' nondeployed strategic arsenal is approximately 2,800 warheads and the U.S. tactical nuclear arsenal numbers 500 warheads. Additional warheads are retired and await dismantlement."

[link to www.armscontrol.org]

Over 5000 thousand nukes! The capacity to eradicate most living creatures on Earth.

And yet you're Google-mapping NK for potential nuke threats, as in some Pentagon WMD propaganda coup? You mean this small, backward Third World country with a puppet dictatorship and probably a few low-yield nukes?

Gimme a break!
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39°46'22.08" N 125°46'16.67" E

google earth etc..... it's another bunker with loads of water feeders for cooling......
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United States has...

"Approximately 5,113 nuclear warheads [2], including tactical, strategic, and nondeployed weapons. According to the latest official New START declaration, the United States deploys 1,722 strategic nuclear warheads on 806 deployed ICBMs, SLBMs, and strategic bombers [1]. The Federation of American Scientists estimates that the United States' nondeployed strategic arsenal is approximately 2,800 warheads and the U.S. tactical nuclear arsenal numbers 500 warheads. Additional warheads are retired and await dismantlement."

[link to www.armscontrol.org]

Over 5000 thousand nukes! The capacity to eradicate most living creatures on Earth.

And yet you're Google-mapping NK for potential nuke threats, as in some Pentagon WMD propaganda coup? You mean this small, backward Third World country with a puppet dictatorship and probably a few low-yield nukes?

Gimme a break!
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not saying anything man, just watch the potential enemy... mao tze tung....... art of war........

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 04/02/2013 06:30 AM
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39°46'22.08" N 125°46'16.67" E

google earth etc..... it's another bunker with loads of water feeders for cooling......
 Quoting: Citizenperth


United States has...

"Approximately 5,113 nuclear warheads [2], including tactical, strategic, and nondeployed weapons. According to the latest official New START declaration, the United States deploys 1,722 strategic nuclear warheads on 806 deployed ICBMs, SLBMs, and strategic bombers [1]. The Federation of American Scientists estimates that the United States' nondeployed strategic arsenal is approximately 2,800 warheads and the U.S. tactical nuclear arsenal numbers 500 warheads. Additional warheads are retired and await dismantlement."

[link to www.armscontrol.org]

Over 5000 thousand nukes! The capacity to eradicate most living creatures on Earth.

And yet you're Google-mapping NK for potential nuke threats, as in some Pentagon WMD propaganda coup? You mean this small, backward Third World country with a puppet dictatorship and probably a few low-yield nukes?

Gimme a break!
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not saying anything man, just watch the potential enemy... mao tze tung....... art of war........
 Quoting: Citizenperth


sure,

when the beast is afraid of the cricket, it gives pause for thought.

I don't think there has been a major war in the last 100 years that has not been a psyop, not being what it is as billed as by MSM.

Is this going to be the first honest war?

The only real enemy here is nuclear technology.

One does not need to cross oceans to find that enemy.
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There is so much back and forth right now. Between the US sending more and more military hardware to the region and NKs escalating threats (most of which they've followed through on), it's a game of who will shoot first.

China has mobilized to the NK border, but for what purpose? They have a defense treaty with the North where they are obligated to aid them if NK were ever under attack... The US has the same relationship with the South.

Now this... Enriching weapons grade uranium to increase their stockpile. Comparable to Iran, is this akin to the "red line" being crossed forcing action to be taken? Do they think that they'll only have to face more sanctions?

China wants this to happen, of that you can be sure.
Seems like for their plan to work, things need to happen in a certain order though. If that wasn't the case, NK would have started bombing already instead of waiting for the US to bolster their presence. The US is being drawn in.

China needs to appear to be forced into action or face international backlash. The treaty is only effective should NK be under attack though, probably not so if NK actually starts the fight.

This (enrichment) is no longer a threat but a call to action for the opposing side. I honestly think they WANT to be fired on.

Also worth noticing is how the US sends more and more war machines over and has just declared another military exercise to take place sometime this month. Remember, that is exactly what triggered NK to start making threats to begin with. Seems like they're provoking and want NK to fire the first shot as well. It's probably an effort to dissolve the treaty and remove China from the conflict.

I said this in my thread the other day... The tides are turning. Alliances have been reshuffled and ambition has once again resurfaced as the narrator of what's to come. The stage is set. Through chaos comes order.

Global currency is the mission here I think.

I'm sure we'll see a statement being made about this in the next 24 hours. Interesting to see what it will be. My bet is that will Japan start to pipe up.

Last Edited by CalmShock on 04/02/2013 07:19 AM
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There is so much back and forth right now. Between the US sending more and more hardware to the region and NKs escalating threats (most of which they've followed through on), it's a game of who will shoot first.

China has mobilized to the NK border, but for what purpose? They have a defense treaty with the North where they are obligated to aid them if NK were ever under attack... The US has the same relationship with the South.

Now this... Enriching weapons grade uranium to increase their stockpile. Comparable to Iran, is this akin to the "red line" being crossed forcing to be taken? Do they think that they'll only have to face more sanctions?

China wants this to happen, of that you can be sure.
Seems like for their plan to work, things need to happen in a certain order though. If that wasn't the case, NK would have started bombing already instead of waiting for the US to bolster their presence. The US is being drawn in.

China needs to appear to be forced into action or face international backlash. The treaty is only effective should NK be under attack though, probably not so if NK actually starts the fight.

This (enrichment) is no longer a threat but a call to action for the opposing side. I honestly think they WANT to be fired on.

Also worth noticing is how the US sends more and more war machines over and has just declared another military exercise to take place sometime this month. Remember, that is exactly what triggered NK to start making threats to begin with. Seems like they're provoking and want NK to fire the first shot as well. It's probably an effort to dissolve the treaty and remove China from the conflict.

I said this in my thread the other day... The tides are turning. Alliances have been reshuffled and ambition has once again resurfaced as the narrator of what's to come. The stage is set. Through chaos comes order.

Global currency is the mission here I think.

I'm sure we'll see a statement being made about this in the next 24 hours. Interesting to see what it will be. My bet is that will Japan start to pipe up.
 Quoting: CalmShock


maybe borakakies next address?
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maybe borakakies next address?
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Not sure I get what you mean... Actually, I'm pretty certain I don't ;P
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39°46'22.08" N 125°46'16.67" E

google earth etc..... it's another bunker with loads of water feeders for cooling......
 Quoting: Citizenperth


United States has...

"Approximately 5,113 nuclear warheads [2], including tactical, strategic, and nondeployed weapons. According to the latest official New START declaration, the United States deploys 1,722 strategic nuclear warheads on 806 deployed ICBMs, SLBMs, and strategic bombers [1]. The Federation of American Scientists estimates that the United States' nondeployed strategic arsenal is approximately 2,800 warheads and the U.S. tactical nuclear arsenal numbers 500 warheads. Additional warheads are retired and await dismantlement."

[link to www.armscontrol.org]

Over 5000 thousand nukes! The capacity to eradicate most living creatures on Earth.

And yet you're Google-mapping NK for potential nuke threats, as in some Pentagon WMD propaganda coup? You mean this small, backward Third World country with a puppet dictatorship and probably a few low-yield nukes?

Gimme a break!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35718845


not saying anything man, just watch the potential enemy... mao tze tung....... art of war........
 Quoting: Citizenperth


sure,

when the beast is afraid of the cricket, it gives pause for thought.

I don't think there has been a major war in the last 100 years that has not been a psyop, not being what it is as billed as by MSM.

Is this going to be the first honest war?

The only real enemy here is nuclear technology.

One does not need to cross oceans to find that enemy.
 Quoting: ehecatl



THAT'S THE POINT! If one's against evil despots developing nukes, they should do it in their own country first. Where's all the anti-nuke opposition in the US these days?
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Doe's it matter?, we are already cooked..

.. White land on other planet and invented a nuke for other ape's to play with.
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good, we need more nuke to doom our sorry ass
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NK motive is to reverse all negotiated items, so they can redo it, one by one at round table for food anf money.
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NK motive is to reverse all negotiated items, so they can redo it, one by one at round table for food anf money.
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Nuclear weapons: Who has what

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NK motive is to reverse all negotiated items, so they can redo it, one by one at round table for food anf money.
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That's fine, but I can't see S.Korea coming to the table anytime soon.
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Im sure they have other resources this is a decoy, get it?
this too shall pass
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so wait till it's in a safe parked state and EMP the country
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paranoid, lying nitwit.

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south korea is american bases and right on the doorstep to china

north korea is the border stopping US intervention

its basically like having new mexico china owned but of course usa would never let that happen they just have military bases of their own on the door step everywhere else
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Without cooling towers?
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In a few months NK will test a H-Bomb, destroying themselves in process...
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More nukes. More and more nukes.

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NORTH Korea says it intends to restart a nuclear reactor closed in 2007 and hinted it may begin openly enriching weapons-grade uranium, at a time of soaring military tensions.

A nuclear energy spokesman said the move would involve “readjusting and restarting” all the facilities at the North's main Yongbyon nuclear complex, including a uranium enrichment plant and a five megawatt reactor.

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just give us a little longer america

just a little longer......

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