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Tuesday July 11, 11:22 AM
Satellite photos detect activity at NKorea missile bases: report


Photo : AFP
TOKYO (AFP) - North Korea could be preparing for new launches of mid-range missiles following last week's tests, with activity detected at its bases, a report has said citing Japanese government sources.

US and Japanese satellite photos show that mid-range Rodong missiles had been set up on launch pads at a base in southeastern North Korea, but were later removed, the Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper reported.

Fuel tanks could be seen near the launch pads, the report said.

The report said the satellite photos were taken after last week's tests of seven missiles, but did not give a specific date.

"We think North Korea can launch missiles whenever it wishes," the top-selling daily quoted a government source as saying.

Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Aso on Sunday suggested Tokyo would have the right to launch a pre-emptive strike to protect its citizens from a missile launch by Pyongyang.

He said there were "visible signs" of activity at a North Korean missile base from which North Korea launched a Rodong missile last week.

Japan submitted a draft binding resolution in the United Nations Security Council that would impose sanctions on North Korea over the missile tests.

But on Monday, the Security Council put off a vote on the resolution to allow more time for Chinese diplomatic efforts to defuse the crisis.
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dick Looks like Bombadong's about to start.
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Could be trouble for sure.
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argh, I seriously don't want another war
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...another war...


this will be quite different from all the rest...

2 years

real fighting

mechanized

naval

air

chemical

nuclear

war

real war...

not just an adventure overseas.


dynamite
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We are instigating this conflict to test our defenses for use in space.
It serves a triple purpose, the one above, creates a hair raising ordeal of nuclear confrontation and one purpose that can't be stated.
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Yes they are suppossed to lauch more on the 11th... 7 days after the 4th.

abomb
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critical sentence.

"missiles had been set up on launch pads at a base in southeastern North Korea, but were later removed"

removed.

no threat.

no alert.

misleading thread title and heading for article.
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Well, store any electronic gear that you want to use after the first nuke goes off....

Because you can guarantee a high altitude detonation if a nuke is used. Hopefully the USA is stockpiling electronic parts and generators deep below with shielding for this type of protocal
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Aw, come on - can't Kim play with his missles? You guys aren't any fun!!
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argh, I seriously don't want another war
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1405


Those between the ages of 18 and 38 really don't want another war. (I think max. age was listed as 38)On 6-6-2006, the possibility of bringing back the draft was discussed in Congress. The original proposal was in Feb. 2005.

If there's another war...there will another draft.
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Who cares, it's their right. People get fringed at this but brush off their own goverment testing nuclear fucking bombs over the last month. Dumb Dumb Dumb.


If I ran a country, I would be looking to defend it from the Roman Empire as well.




[link to au.news.yahoo.com]
Tuesday July 11, 11:22 AM
Satellite photos detect activity at NKorea missile bases: report


Photo : AFP
TOKYO (AFP) - North Korea could be preparing for new launches of mid-range missiles following last week's tests, with activity detected at its bases, a report has said citing Japanese government sources.

US and Japanese satellite photos show that mid-range Rodong missiles had been set up on launch pads at a base in southeastern North Korea, but were later removed, the Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper reported.

Fuel tanks could be seen near the launch pads, the report said.

The report said the satellite photos were taken after last week's tests of seven missiles, but did not give a specific date.

"We think North Korea can launch missiles whenever it wishes," the top-selling daily quoted a government source as saying.

Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Aso on Sunday suggested Tokyo would have the right to launch a pre-emptive strike to protect its citizens from a missile launch by Pyongyang.

He said there were "visible signs" of activity at a North Korean missile base from which North Korea launched a Rodong missile last week.

Japan submitted a draft binding resolution in the United Nations Security Council that would impose sanctions on North Korea over the missile tests.

But on Monday, the Security Council put off a vote on the resolution to allow more time for Chinese diplomatic efforts to defuse the crisis.
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argh, I seriously don't want another war


Those between the ages of 18 and 38 really don't want another war. (I think max. age was listed as 38)On 6-6-2006, the possibility of bringing back the draft was discussed in Congress. The original proposal was in Feb. 2005.

If there's another war...there will another draft.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 113248


Not necessarily. OP Plans have always laid NK out as a Sea and Air-based campaign...you won't see a ton of troops deployed there...like Iraq. We've got over 1,400,000 military personnel right now, with only around 200,000 deployed to combat zones...we've got plenty to work with.
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argh, I seriously don't want another war


Those between the ages of 18 and 38 really don't want another war. (I think max. age was listed as 38)On 6-6-2006, the possibility of bringing back the draft was discussed in Congress. The original proposal was in Feb. 2005.

If there's another war...there will another draft.


Not necessarily. OP Plans have always laid NK out as a Sea and Air-based campaign...you won't see a ton of troops deployed there...like Iraq. We've got over 1,400,000 military personnel right now, with only around 200,000 deployed to combat zones...we've got plenty to work with.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14553

Really? You think so? Then tell me why The Universal National Service Act of 2006 was introduced to the House in February 2006 and is now being discussed by the committee of Armed Services? Part of it's description is this:

To provide for the common defense by requiring all persons in the United States, including women, between the ages of 18 and 42 to perform a period of military service or a period of civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, and for other purposes.


IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

February 14, 2006
Mr. RANGEL introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Armed Services

Here's the link for Library of Congress:
[link to thomas.loc.gov]
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And it was benched.

Lots of countries have National Service requirements...and every few years someone tries to get it going in the US...it never makes it.

Funny how everyone panics when the idea of being obligated to give a little bit of time back to the country you are citizen of is brought up. "I want to live in this country and reap the benefits, but I don't want to have to do anything in return for such things!"
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It was benched in February...discussed again June 6th. I can't find that status of it now.
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Everyone panics? Ummm, Malice...who's displaying panic and saying they don't want to contribute to this country? You're the only one who brought that up.
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Rangel introduced the same bill a few years ago, and when it came up for vote, he voted AGAINST his own bill.

[link to www.hillnews.com]
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Everyone panics? Ummm, Malice...who's displaying panic and saying they don't want to contribute to this country? You're the only one who brought that up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 113248


You brought up the draft, and you brought up the National Service Act. Thanks.
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Yes, Malice. That's exactly what I brought up, the draft and the service act. You still haven't answered my question about panic and not wanting to serve one's country. There wasn't the first note of panic in any of my posts.
Don't jump to conclusions...when you're clueless as to what someone's intentions are.
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My apologies for jumping to conclusion if your intention was not to complain about said subject. Generally...especially on this site...someone brings up draft and/or the Universal National Service Act for the sole purpose of complaining about it/tying it to conspiracy. It's really not as rare a concept to the rest of the world as it is to a lot of ignorant Americans who take their citizen for granted.
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Damned, DAMNED, dangerous.

I don't think we'd last a day in conventional doo dah with NK.

General Douglas MacArthur warned after World War II that we should never get involved in a land war in Asia because we did not understand the Asian mind.

Nukes are unnacceptable for very obvious reasons, everybody loses in a flash.
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While Nukes are really a no-win tool for anyone...I take the slightest bit of comfort knowing the United States is equipped with the cleanest, most efficient nuclear weapons in the world.

And we don't wrap our weapons in cobalt to increase Gamma radiation like the Russians.

And generally, even in the flash of nuclear holocaust, I like to consider myself a winner. It's always good to have a positive mindset. :)
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All these fingers nervously resting on hair triggers.. gawd help us all should one be launched accidentally.
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My apologies for jumping to conclusion if your intention was not to complain about said subject. Generally...especially on this site...someone brings up draft and/or the Universal National Service Act for the sole purpose of complaining about it/tying it to conspiracy. It's really not as rare a concept to the rest of the world as it is to a lot of ignorant Americans who take their citizen for granted.
 Quoting: Malice

Thank you, Malice. I appreciate that. For the record, my original statement was to wake "some" of the younger folks up, who make fun of happenings in the world right now. Things are a bit more serious than many of them realize.
As an added note: My uncle served 6 years in Nam, my cousin 3 years, I was sitting with my boyfriend in the living room (1969? close enough), watching the draft on t.v., when his brother's birthdate was pulled he was sent to Nam for brief period. I had to walk my bestfriend to her locker after she was informed at SCHOOL OVER THE TELEPHONE that her brother had been killed in Vietnam. My dad and his brother, WWII, U.S.Navy. That's why I took offense to your statement. Please accept my apology for snapping at you as well. I understand you message too.
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Thank you, Malice. I appreciate that. For the record, my original statement was to wake "some" of the younger folks up, who make fun of happenings in the world right now. Things are a bit more serious than many of them realize.
As an added note: My uncle served 6 years in Nam, my cousin 3 years, I was sitting with my boyfriend in the living room (1969? close enough), watching the draft on t.v., when his brother's birthdate was pulled he was sent to Nam for brief period. I had to walk my bestfriend to her locker after she was informed at SCHOOL OVER THE TELEPHONE that her brother had been killed in Vietnam. My dad and his brother, WWII, U.S.Navy. That's why I took offense to your statement. Please accept my apology for snapping at you as well. I understand you message too.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 113248


No worries. Thanks for you family's Service. My Grandfather was a Col. in WWII, my Father in Nam, and I've been to the Sandbox as both a soldier and a contractor. It's a touchy subject for all of us.

Be Safe.
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All these fingers nervously resting on hair triggers.. gawd help us all should one be launched accidentally.
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Oh, who fuckin' cares? .. boom boom boom blaa blaa blaa la la fuckin' la shit = poopy.
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Almost 11:30PM PST and all is still well.

Off for the night, see ya all here tomrrow for further doom and gloom.
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