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Is North Korea a nuclear threat?   Asia

Started 6/13/18 by OSarge (DD214_98); 57751 views.
Jenifer (Zarknorph)
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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph) 

10/3/19

(Above post)


It's almost like Trump's little buddy is throwing up a distraction!

bml00

From: bml00 

10/3/19

He looked at what Trump did when Iranian cruise missiles attacked the Saudis and he did nothing , they know as well he can and will do nothing.

BM

Jenifer (Zarknorph)
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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph) 

10/5/19

Others would seem to agree...


bml00

From: bml00 

10/5/19

Trump is a blow hard , he was seen down by the Iranians and as I predicted the NK saw an inherent weakness in the man.

I fought over 200 amateur boxing matches and I was taught when I entered the ring it was to fight and to win, Trump does not have the bottle for a fight .

BM

katiek2

From: katiek2 

10/5/19

I didn't read the article you posted, but there is a story attached to it that is so inspiring I thought I'd point it out to you.  Click on your article, then click on the link What Can North Korea Hit, then scroll all the way to the end.  At the very bottom there is a link to "Follow a teenage North Korean defector...".  The story is in 2 parts.  It's very worthwhile reading.

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph 

10/5/19

Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:

Pyongyang has reportedly conducted 11 missile tests after talks broke down at the second US-North Korea summit in Hanoi in February - but why isn't there any fire and fury from US President Donald Trump?

That's an easy one - the US hasn't attacked any nation that could retaliate for ... how many years? 

That's not a trick question, there is an exact answer accepted by everyone - just one they don't want to hear!

North Korea can retaliate - it can do so on South Korea, costing the colonial power $100s of billions - and killing those very few of the little yellow people that the US counts as friends.

Iran may have reached the same point - the US is not going to do there what's its done in Iraq and Libya and Syria - because Iran can (maybe) retaliate hard enough against other litle brown people that the US counts as friends - again costing the colonial power $100s of billions.

Sorry if it makes the Zionists even angrier to hear me state my theory wot I have got. Its near enough to 100% true to make them grind their teeth.

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph 

10/5/19

katiek2 said:

I didn't read the article you posted, but there is a story attached to it that is so inspiring ...  At the very bottom there is a link to "Follow a teenage North Korean defector...".  The story is in 2 parts.  It's very worthwhile reading.

I frequently avoid clicking on people's links in the near-certainty they're rubbish - but your is not rubbish.

Or rather, I don't suppose it is ... but its no longer there. 

However, there was this link - https://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-12-15/north-korean-defectors-returning-to-the-hermit-kingdom/9254654

And it tells me what I suspected - South Korea is colonised by brutal slave-drivers and its people no longer have pride in themselves.

Which of course explains why the Japanese continue to treat Koreans with contempt. A North Korean has pride and love for his country - South Koreans have had it beaten out of them.

bml00

From: bml00 

10/5/19

The ability of NK to fight a conventional war is very limited , a first strike (conventional)  by NK on South Korea would be enormous but the reaction by the US and South Korea would be in a different league

The Iranians do not posses either an air force , navy or any form of army capable even in their dreams of confronting the US .

Conventional Missiles will not win wars , the US has the ability to deliver an incredible sustained assault if they are called up on to do so .

BM

katiek2

From: katiek2 

10/5/19

BerrySteph said:

A North Korean has pride and love for his country - South Koreans have had it beaten out of them.

I'm sure this was just a mistake on your part - from what I read, it's the other way around.  Of course I don't have first hand knowledge of the situation, but the 15 year old girl that attempted (and 3 years later succeeded) to escape the brutality and starvation of North Korea in order to get to South Korea, and eventually Australia, thought otherwise.

Here is a link to part one of her story.  https://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-04-27/escape-from-north-korea-defector/7132926

Here is part two:  https://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-04-28/escape-from-north-korea-part-2/7136336

  • Edited October 5, 2019 12:45 pm  by  katiek2
BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph 

10/5/19

katiek2 said:

I'm sure this was just a mistake on your part - from what I read, it's the other way around.

We're (mostly) being fed the stories of those who left and are ever so happy that they did so.

We're not being told the full horror that the US visited on South Korea and how much patriotic Koreans hate them. Number killed totally unknown - but a far worse destruction than Poland under Hitler and Stalin in succession.

Or maybe you know differently - but then explain why the international report on the use of biological warfare on Koreans, headed by a top British scientist was buried for 70 years and he was persecuted by the US.

Occupation forces drop baby down well.

Few escape as an entire population is burned.

South Koreans were targeted for mass-murder and the total destruction of all their history and all of their towns and villages. 

As best I know the following commentary is uncontentious - is it true? 100% true or only 99% true?

"The Korean War: 1945-1953" By Hugh Deane (on google books, see link)

p.145 ... The authoritative British military publication Brassey's Annual ... in its 1951 edition: "The war was fought without regard for the South Koreans, and their unfortunate country was regarded as an arena rather than a country to be liberated. As a consequence, fighting was quite ruthless, and it is no exaggeration to state that South Korea no longer exists as a country. Its towns have been destroyed, much of its means of livelihood eradicated, and its people reduced to a sullen mass depending upon charity..."102

.... Napalm was first used in the third day of the 1950 war ... Soon the use of napalm was a celebrated weapon in military journals. ... "They Don't Like 'Hell Bombs'" (Armed Forces Chemical Journal, January 1951) ... the number of "hell bombs" dropped rose to "astronomical figures" and pilots soon, were complaining about the scarcity of targets. http://books.google.com.au/books?id=XMJpnYmKNQsC&pg=PA145

Of course, having boasted of burning millions of people to a crisp (real meaning of the word holocaust anyone?) the US then switched tack, lying and denying and angrily retaliating at the people who proved that there'd been mass use of biological WMD on the Koreans!

https://medium.com/insurge-intelligence/ the-long-suppressed-korean-war-report-on-u-s -use-of-biological-weapons-released-at-last- 20d83f5cee54

From ISC Report, pg. 403

From testimony of Lt. J. Quinn, ISC report, pg. 614 (PDF)

REVEALED: The long-suppressed official report on US biowarfare in North Korea

Feb 20, 2018 ... Written largely by the most prestigious British scientist of his day, this official report, containing hundreds of pages of evidence about the use of US biological weapons during the Korean War, was effectively suppressed upon its original release in 1952.

... The report concluded that the U.S. had used a number of biological weapons, including use of anthrax, plague, and cholera, disseminated by over a dozen of different devices or methods, including spraying, porcelain bombs, self-destroying paper containers with a paper parachute, and leaflet bombs, among others.

... Courtesy of researcher Jeffrey Kaye, INSURGE now publishes the report in text-searchable format for the first time for the general public, with an exclusive, in-depth analysis of its damning findings and implications.

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