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FIRE AND FURY COMING TO NOKO

by Charles Gully

North Korea now possesses a nuclear warhead small enough to fit inside a missile, the Washington Post reported today

The report states that the assessment comes from the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency and represents a key threshold in terms of Pyongyang becoming a nuclear state. 

Michael R. Auslin, a research fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, said on "Happening Now" that this is the last piece of the puzzle for the hermit regime becoming a nuclear power.

"It's the Holy Grail. It's what they've been working toward," said Auslin, adding there have been signals for several years that North Korea was getting to this point. 

He said different intelligence agencies might quibble about how effective their nuclear-armed missiles could be, but he said Pyongyang has been developing its nuclear program "relentlessly" in recent years.

"We have to accept that we are in a new situation," said Auslin, adding that the idea of de-nuclearization is now a "fantasy."

"North Korea is a nuclear weapons state," he concluded.

On "Fox & Friends" this morning, Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley touted new sanctions against the rogue regime, claiming there has been a "new tone coming from China" on dealing with the problem. 

President Trump struck a hopeful tone earlier today on Twitter following the sanctions vote. 

After many years of failure,countries are coming together to finally address the dangers posed by North Korea. We must be tough & decisive!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 8, 2017

http://insider.foxnews.com/2017/08/08/north-korea-has-nuclear-warhead-fit-inside-missiles-expert-reacts?nmsrc=email&utm_source=newsletter&utm_campaign=scoop&utm_medium=email



Today, President Trump is faced with the need to destroy North Korea, and murder at least a million people who follow a Cult that has taken over their country.

 

NOKO continues to improve its ability to wreak havoc on the world. They continually express their intention to develop Nuclear weapons that can destroy cities and kill millions of people in the most horrible way.. To what end?

This is not defense, it is aggression. No assurance from China or USA, or South Korea or Russia will placate their paranoia.

If they just shot rockets into the ocean like petulant children, this might be tolerable for the short term. But they have declared that as soon as they have perfected long range missiles, they will begin full scale production. Again I ask; To what end? Can the world afford to wait and see? Are the missiles for sale to Iran, Lebanon, Libya, Sudan, ISIS Caliphate? CAN THE WORLD/USA AFFORD TO SPECULATE?

At first it was hoped, and clandestinely planned that Kim Jong Un – stable would e removed in a coup. But it became unlikely when he murdered his older brother, Uncles, and any Military leaders he saw as a threat. He never sleeps in the same bed twice.


Then USA tried to persuade The Chinese to invade, or at least cut off Missile funding. A possibility if they see USA takeover as inevitable. But the constant left opposition to Trump and talk of impeachment keeps them in doubt Trump will have the political support to act!

The best hope so far is the UN sanctions from the whole world, including Russia and China. But NOKO is responding to this condemnation by offering even more aggression. This rules out a limited Military strike by USA, S. Korea, Japan and Taiwan. NOKO is convinced they must fight to survive. The USA is not ready for another prolonged WAR, where thousands die. So most of the deaths must be on the NOKO side and quickly, while 62% of Americans are in favor of taking out NOKO!

The media is all agog over what Fire and Fury means!

ONE MX-Peacekeeper ICBM with 10 warheads could destroy Pyongyang, the Nuclear facilities in the North, and the Military in the South. No American casualties, but an environmental mess that would leave half NOKO uninhabitable, not to mention radiation contamination of parts of Russia and China, as well as SOKO.
NO. Strategic Nuclear weapons are a doomsday option only.



But Tactical Nuclear Weapons are a good bet, to bring immediate destruction to NOKO.

https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/221064-us-presses-on-with-tactical-nukes-despite-outcry

 

The specific weapons in the new program include a bomb called the B61 Model 12, which the Times reported was “bomb flight-tested” in Nevada in 2015. That scaled-down nuke is just the “first of five new warhead types planned as part of an atomic revitalization estimated to cost up to $1 trillion over three decades,” according to the paper. The new “family” of nukes and their delivery systems “move toward the small, the stealthy, and the precise,” per the paper.

 


It is possible to destroy their missiles and Nuclear facilities, and totally annihilate Pyongyang, killing most of the Command Generals and hopefully Kim Jong Un. It is questionable that there is adequate command in the field to act against the South. Most of the High Command prefers the luxury of Pyongyang.

 

That vaunted Artillery the Media keeps referring to, is WWII surplus that can reach the DMZ, but not Seoul, and if activated can be taken out with carpet bombing B-1 bombers. It is not Seoul that is in danger, it is the 30,000 troops we have on the ground in the DMZ. If you see a sudden troop movement or evacuation of USA dependents, you will know this is the time for the All out destruction of NOKO, their Capital and Military!


The most likely action will come from our bases in Okinawa, cruise missiles from Submarines already in position an B-1 bombers already in position in SOKO that have mapped the 38th parallel and targeted the ground forces positions.



The result will be destruction of NOKO, greater than Dresden and Hiroshima combined.



Make no mistake! USA coalition has all the forces needed in place. All that is needed is a consensuses by Japan, SOKO, China and Russia, that all options are expended, or a misdirected missile by NOKO.



President Trump has no choice but to murderer millions. Trump has to be wondering, “What the hell was I thinking, taking this job?”



Of course the LEFT will say it was done to take attention away from the Russia investigation, but those idiots would say that Climate Change is a greater threat. The liars in the media will play Trump as a monster who wagged the Dog, and the world will condemn the USA as blood thirsty murderers! But what the hell, there are those Left socialists that blame USA for all problems in the world.


It is questionable if China took any action against NOKO. In any event it had no affect as more missiles have been launched since they said they were taking action.

 

As I stated, the idiot left gives hope to America's enemies that Trump has been neutralized and will not act. But USA is still under UN mandate to unite the two Korea's. The current cease fire has always been tenuous, and all Trump need do is notify Congress of his actions AFTER the bombs fall.
The only incentive China has, is to maintain their advantage in trade over the USA. They already have their troupes in place to prevent a mass migration.

There is enough fire power in place to destroy all missiles and artillery of NOKO. If 1 or 2 survived and were launched, the THAAD system is in place to take them down. The WWII artillery and tanks on the border will all be destroyed by B-1 bombers.



Every location is mapped and any movement tracked by satellite! U-2 flights have been mapping everything NOKO does. You remember the U-2 from the Cold War days. Well they still have the best areal reconnaissance capability of any system.


The purpose of using the MOAB bomb on Afghanistan, was to show NOKO that their underground launch facilities were easy targets.


1. Stealth B-2 and F-22 will take out all electricity and radar.
2. F-35 with night vision will destroy all NOKO aircraft.
3. All mobile missiles will be destroyed by Tomahawk cruise missiles.
4. All NOKO ground forces near the 38th. parallel will be destroyed by B-1 low altitude bombers.

5. All underground missile locations will be destroyed by MOAB's droped by high altitude B-52, B-1 and B-2's.

What is left of NOKO will be destroyed by SOKO aircraft and carrier based forces. This will be a massive slaughter made necessary by NOKO willingness to sacrifice their people. The left will call Trump a war criminal and demand he be tried in world court, but that will be after one million are dead!
SOKO will have a massive cleanup after reunification, but it will create a new rival of China.

IT IS A BIG GAMBLE! Does NOKO have hidden agents with dirty bombs in the worlds capitals? A new face of terror!

 



But this kid is too dangerous to ignore. His stated goal is to mass produce all types of missiles, and I think he wants NOKO to be the world black market arms provider, and will nuke Any one who tries to stop him!



Comments

EXPAT Added Aug 8, 2017 - 11:20pm
Here I am talking about killing a million people, and it is not an unthinkable act! That is the new world we live in, where leaders are willing to sacrifice a million people.
EXPAT Added Aug 8, 2017 - 11:26pm
North Korea threatened to strike Guam




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North Korea’s military is “examining the operational plan” to use medium-to-long range ballistic missile strikes against areas near Guam, according to target="_blank">CNN.
CNN reported that North Korea’s state run news agency first mentioned the threat around early Wednesday morning local time there.
A spokesman from the Strategic Force of the Korean People’s Army reportedly said that recent U.S. military maneuvers “may provoke a dangerous conflict.”
The statement purportedly added that a strike on Andersen Air Force Base in Guam is possible to “to send a serious warning signal to the US.”
Some Twitter users on Tuesday voiced alarm that North Korea could harm Guam, which is a U.S. territory in the Pacific Ocean.
https://www.circa.com/story/2017/08/08/world/north-korea-threatens-strike-on-guam




Mircea Negres Added Aug 9, 2017 - 12:33am
EXPAT, you've written a scary but good one. I'd say the North Koreans should be taken at their word about the nukes because they've kept it more consistently than Obama's Red Line. It is sad though, to find oneself in Trump's position of having to think about killing at least one million people, but the world is a mad place. Last weekend, I told a friend of mine when he asked me about North Korea "I lived under communism in Romania. I thought that was bad, but it's nothing compared to what it's like for the North Koreans." It's unfortunate SF Colonel David Maxwell (ret.) who teaches at Georgetown University these days isn't on WB, because he knows the Korea situation quite well and would give us interesting answers on this one. Thanks for the post. I'll go to his blog next, maybe he's got something. If he does, I'll get back to you.
EXPAT Added Aug 9, 2017 - 12:51am
Thanks Mircea.
News is breaking fast. I think the little psycho WILL hit Okinawa.
Mircea Negres Added Aug 9, 2017 - 1:21am
EXPAT, you've got mail. 
Thomas Napers Added Aug 9, 2017 - 3:32am
“All that is needed is a consensuses by Japan, SOKO, China and Russia, that all options are expended, or a misdirected missile by NOKO.”
 
Japan is already on board, so you might as well write them off the list, but the rest is like saying all that’s needed for an alcoholic to kick his addiction is to stop drinking.  Russia opposes our every move and North Korea is in China’s backyard.  If both of these countries don’t support a military solution to the North Korean danger, there won’t be a military solution. 
 
Even if those countries were on board, I have a hard time believing Trump would initiate war in a country that far from the United States.  The hopes would be for China to pull the trigger but we can’t get even the smallest of concessions on trade from China.  Which means everything you said should happen, won’t.
 
I would also add that we have no idea how a war on this magnitude will ultimately play out, but I generally agree with your grim prediction of the immediate future and rosy prediction of the extended future.   
EXPAT Added Aug 9, 2017 - 5:07am
Thomas. Japan is the strongest proponent for action. NOKO has been kidnapping their citizens, and attacking their fishing fleet for years. They have been building up their navy since 2014.
Your metaphor does not apply Tom . Russia wants to see NOKO, a Chinese ally go as much as we do.
Both Russia and China DID support action against NOKO by voting with USA for UN sanctions.
I too, hope Trump can make NOKO see the futility of their actions. BUt this is a cult mentality, cut off from reality. They are only  2100 miles. Two hours by Bomber.
You are right about China. So far they have been little hope! Making action by USA inevitable. I explained how a war would play out. It would be a slaughter.
Stephen Hunter Added Aug 9, 2017 - 8:09am
Did the POTUS not comment that he sort of liked Kim's style at one point? 
Seems to me there are a lot of similarities in their approach to running a country. 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 9, 2017 - 9:27am
Ok that's it. If it continues like that I probably have to forget my future.
EXPAT Added Aug 9, 2017 - 12:27pm
Stephen. Do you know Dennis Rodman?
EXPAT Added Aug 9, 2017 - 12:30pm
Stone. Hang on to your dreams! Reality sucks!
Dannl Yoder Added Aug 9, 2017 - 4:19pm
Jay: Man, we ain't got time for this cover-up b--lsh-t! I don't know whether or not you've forgotten, but there's an Arquillian Battle Cruiser that's about to... 
Kay: There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT! 
EXPAT Added Aug 9, 2017 - 4:44pm
I wrote a timely factual piece to see how WB'ers react to reality.
John G Added Aug 9, 2017 - 8:12pm
The leaders of Japan may be singing from Washington's hymn sheet but the majority of its people certainly don't.
Same goes for South Korea. 
EXPAT Added Aug 10, 2017 - 12:51am
John G. When did you conduct your poles in Japan and South Korea?
War is hell, but fear and intimidation is worse. I thought the Chamberlain's learned to remove a cancer before it metastasized, but I see many still cling to their do nothing and hope for the best mentality.
I believe Kim Jong Un-stable's plan is to make NOKO rich by being the world supplier of Nuclear Missiles; short, medium and long. He believes he must intimidate the world into doing nothing, out of fear of War.
 
People like you John, and the Impeach Trump crowd strengthen his resolve, and he will bomb Guam to force Liberals to remove Trump. (his mindset).
But USA leaders have all the information that tells them, it is now or much worse later. NO CHOICE! I million NOKO men, women and babies must die. But does anyone on this site REALLY care?
John G Added Aug 10, 2017 - 2:25am
North Korea has sought a treaty and normalisation of relations for decades.
It is the USA practicing intimidation and fear.
You know nothing at all. You imagine things.
There have been massive protests in Okinawa for years and massive protests in South Korea are going on as we speak.
Just because your lying corporate press says nothing doesn'[t mean its not happening.
Saint George Added Aug 10, 2017 - 3:23am
North Korea is one of the most inhumane and repressive regimes in the world. You can thank the inept United Nations for its botched coalition in conducting the Korean War in the early 1950s. We live with the UN's mistake every day now.
 
You can also thank Bill Clinton for agreeing to look the other way as North Korea built nukes. They "promised not to pursue nuclear weapons" if we gave them food. 
 
Communist regimes don't keep their promises. They got our food and they pursued their nuclear weapons program. Hey, thanks, Bill Clinton! Great job!
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 10, 2017 - 7:52am
The Chinese aren't doing anything to NK because they're more afraid of a possible regime change which might lead to unification. Then a united Korea would be under US control completely. Not to forget that then the US army could get right up to the border to Russia....
EXPAT Added Aug 10, 2017 - 1:25pm
Stone. Well said and a unified Korea would be a New Economic power house in a few years. China is already losing market share. NOKO has 25 million starving workers, and Natural resources that SOKO + must now purchase from China and others.
 
Having USA reduce it's forces on the peninsular, would be a plus, but a United Korea would quickly build their own forces, to equal Japan and SEA.
So there would be no gain to China militarily, and they would lose ground financially. Not to mention that Korea is very Pro Democratic, and would support democratic political movements in China. Remember, china is still hard line communist. Better than before, but still want to dominate all of Asia.
EXPAT Added Aug 10, 2017 - 1:27pm
John G. You are so delusional, that factual argument  would be wasted on you. Enjoy your fantasy.
Dannl Yoder Added Aug 10, 2017 - 1:33pm
 NO CHOICE! I million NOKO men, women and babies must die. But does anyone on this site REALLY care?
 
Yes, we do care but do what... write a poem in calligraphy?
You think a million NOKO is a large number, according to some well featured opinions, 90% of this world is toast.
 
 
EXPAT Added Aug 10, 2017 - 1:46pm
For the rational readers. The July 1953 armistice REQUIRED a unified Korea.
North Korea walked out of the 1954 Geneva Convention to implement unification, and in 2009 after resisting all efforts at reunification declared they were no longer part of the agreement.
Why did war break out?
On June 25, 1950, a surprise attack by North Korean soldiers who crossed the 38th parallel easily overwhelmed South Korean forces. The United States leapt to the defense of the South. As South Korean, U.S. and U.N. forces fought back and gained ground into North Korea, Chinese forces joined the war on the North's side later that year. To this day, China remains a crucial ally of North Korea and the U.S. of South Korea.
What toll did the war take?
The toll of the war included about 1.2 million deaths in South Korea, 1 million deaths in North Korea, 36,500 deaths for U.S. troops and 600,000 deaths for Chinese soldiers.
 
EXPAT Added Aug 10, 2017 - 1:51pm
Saint George. A welcome addition. I don't want to pursue past failures that brought us to this point, but you are right.
WE ARE AT THE POINT OF NO RETURN!  Either China takes action, or we do!
Autumn Cote Added Aug 10, 2017 - 2:53pm
I'm sorry but I removed your latest submission, because it's against the rules to post more than one article within a 48-hour period.  
EXPAT Added Aug 10, 2017 - 3:09pm
How long has it been Autumn? 46 hours? Get real!
Autumn Cote Added Aug 10, 2017 - 3:18pm
This article was posted August 8th at 10:05pm.  That means the next article must be no earlier than August 10th at 10:05pm, as those are the rules.  
Dannl Yoder Added Aug 10, 2017 - 3:37pm
Dang, Expat( my nemesis) posts some really good stuff.
Keep him on and
Find an article by John guzlowski, and delete it.:))
EXPAT Added Aug 10, 2017 - 4:13pm
Forgive me mother, for I have sinned.
It is Aug. 11 in Thailand. Since you credit entries with local time, I get confused.
Javert was correct. Rules are rules. Especially when they are of great import.
EXPAT Added Aug 10, 2017 - 4:29pm
Dannl.
We are a world apart. How can I be your Nemesis? john guzlowski is a good writer. We are just different.
 
But then again, there is no one on this Earth that is the same as me. (or you).
 
I have lived many lives, and have the advantage of viewing an issue from several perspectives. Don't envy my vast personal experience. Question it?
The Mental Illness of the day is the Internet. It allows many to believe they know everything because they  read it on GOOGLE.
 
When I tell them that in REAL life it is different, they say I am arrogant and disrespectful of their opinion.
 
 
John G Added Aug 10, 2017 - 4:52pm
South Korea is the unhappiest country on earth. About 80% of its young wish to emigrate.
Dino Manalis Added Aug 10, 2017 - 5:30pm
Trump had to respond to Pyongyang's constant provocations, but we should work with China behind the scene.  Beijing should either stop assisting North Korea or attack them solely or jointly with the U.S., subsequently, we ought to rejoin the TPP and push for China's inclusion in the trade agreement.
EXPAT Added Aug 10, 2017 - 5:36pm
It just keeps growing.
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/in-new-threat-trump-demands-nkorea-get-their-act-together/ar-AApPVGK?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=wispr
 
BEDMINSTER, N.J. (AP) — President Donald Trump issued a new threat to North Korea on Thursday, demanding that Kim Jong Un's government "get their act together" or face extraordinary trouble. He said his previous "fire and fury" warning to Pyongyang might have been too mild.
"Maybe that statement wasn't tough enough," Trump said in the latest round of an escalating exchange of threats between the two nuclear-armed nations.
Speaking to reporters in New Jersey, Trump said North Korea has been "getting away with a tragedy that can't be allowed." Still, he declined to say whether the U.S. is considering a pre-emptive military strike, arguing that his administration never discusses such deliberations publicly.
Trump spoke after North Korea intensified its own rhetoric by announcing a detailed plan to launch a salvo of ballistic missiles toward the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam, a major military hub and home to U.S. bombers. That announcement had been a response to Trump's threat that the North would face "fire and fury like the world has never seen" if it threatened the U.S. again.
On Thursday, Trump said it is time somebody stood up to the pariah nation.
"North Korea better get their act together or they are going to be in trouble like few nations have ever been in trouble," Trump said, flanked by Vice President Mike Pence. "It may very well be tougher than I said."
John G Added Aug 10, 2017 - 5:58pm
The decision to deploy the THAAD system was made under the previous South Korean government, led by President Park Geun-hye before a scandal in late-2016 led to her eventual impeachment and imprisonment. Moon Jae-in, the current president of South Korea, had opposed the THAAD system as an opposition leader but softened his position in early 2017 before running for the presidency in an early election.
The first THAAD launchers were declared operational in South Korea in early May 2017, days before the presidential election. Shortly after his election, Moon decided to delay the deployment of an additional four launchers pending an environmental assessment of the site where the launchers are to be deployed. Moon’s decision came after it emerged that the South Korean military had gone around his office to pursue a full deployment. The Diplomat Aug. 8, 2017
 
Do you have Lockheed Martin shares, EXPRAT?
Dissecting Leftism Added Aug 10, 2017 - 6:01pm
Kim likes attention but he seems rational so will not risk war
EXPAT Added Aug 10, 2017 - 6:23pm
Dissecting Leftism.
Kim Jong Un-stable was raised from birth in a Cult Society, where reality is what you are told it is. Rationality has not shown it's ugly head in NOKO in 65 years.
The last attempt to work with them, by the South was destroyed when:
North Korea has seized the Kaesong Industrial Complex, declared it a military zone, expelled South Koreans who work there, and called Seoul’s suspension of operations at the complex a “dangerous declaration of war.”
https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2016/02/koreas-kaesong/462333/
EXPAT Added Aug 10, 2017 - 6:30pm
DL. Think Jim Jones and Guyana. Kool Aid from NOKO anyone.
John G Added Aug 10, 2017 - 6:55pm
Tamara Wilhite Added Aug 10, 2017 - 10:07pm
UN sanctions won't matter much to a nation that let a lot of its people starve while building weapons and maintaining a million man army in the 1990s.
Jenifer Frost Added Aug 10, 2017 - 10:40pm
I for one do not believe anything that the US "intelligence" community has to say about North Korea or anything else for that matter. South Korea wants diplomacy. North Korea has offered to talk but both the Obama regime and now Trump have rejected the offer. I'm not saying North Korea doesn’t have nukes but with the US regime change spector hanging over them they have learnt the lesson of Libya, namely if you have nukes, keep them. If you don't, get them. It's the only possible way to survive once you are in the US crosshairs. 
EXPAT Added Aug 11, 2017 - 12:32am
Tamara. You are correct that NOKO has been letting their people starve in order to build the Military and Nuclear weapons the have today.
Bu these NEW sanctions, if they are enforced by China and Russia, will cut off materials and funding to finance the NOKO nuclear program.
EXPAT Added Aug 11, 2017 - 12:43am
Jenifer. Your information is FALSE. NOKO refuses ALL negotiation! Trump has said USA will talk anytime Kim is willing.
http://edition.cnn.com/2017/07/20/asia/north-korea-talks-south-korea/index.html
(CNN)Hours before they are due to start, possible joint military talks between North Korea and South Korea remain up in the air, with Pyongyang having yet to confirm its attendance.
The talks were proposed for Friday, near the demilitarized border that divides the two nations, but with the clock ticking down, the South Korean defense ministry said they would give their North Korean counterparts until Thursday afternoon local time to respond.
 
"We are still waiting for North Korea's official position," Moon Sang-gyun, a spokesman for the South Korean Defense Ministry, said at a Thursday briefing. "The administrative preparation for the talks from our side is in progress and going smoothly."
The news comes amid US suspicions that North Korea could be preparing for a new missile test, and as US defense officials said a North Korean submarine had been spotted engaging in "unusual activity" in international waters.
target="_blank">South Korea proposes rare military talks with North Korea to ease ...
www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/07/17/south-korea-proposes-rare-military-talks-north-korea-ease-border
Jul 17, 2017 ... South Korea on Monday proposed military talks with North Korea, the first formal overture to Pyongyang by the government of President Moon ...

target="_blank">South Korea Proposes Military Talks With North at Their Border ...
www.nytimes.com/2017/07/17/world/asia/north-korea-south-military-talks.html
Jul 17, 2017 ... SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea on Monday proposed holding military and humanitarian talks with North Korea, its first visible split with the ...


target="_blank">South Korea wants talks with North Korea - USA Today
www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2017/07/17/south-korea-proposes-peace-talks-north/483705001
Jul 17, 2017 ... South Korea wants military talks to begin Friday at a North Korean building in the truce village of Panmunjom.


target="_blank">South Korea seeks rare talks with North to ease military tensions ...
www.theguardian.com/world/2017/jul/17/south-korea-seeks-rare-talks-with-north-military-tensions
Jul 17, 2017 ... South Korean soldiers stand guard at the border village of Panmunjom between South and North Korea at the Demilitarized Zone on 12 July ...


 
This has been going on long before  Kadafi was killed by Hillary. Whether you believe it or not, USA is through playing!
Jenifer Frost Added Aug 11, 2017 - 1:18am
Expat it is YOUR information that is false! For an accurate account of the situation I suggest the following truthful information as opposed to the corporate mainstream media government propaganda Charles Gully is gullible enough to believe! 
“Only Morons Believe What The US Government Says About North Korea” https://medium.com/@caityjohnstone/only-morons-believe-what-the-us-government-says-about-north-korea-3d5a5157cea2
John G Added Aug 11, 2017 - 1:55am
 NOKO refuses ALL negotiation! 
 
Oh FFS. You ugly American.
Grow up will you?
Jenifer Frost Added Aug 11, 2017 - 2:22am
It is impossible for the brainwashed to ever grow up John. And age is not a help. The brainwashed are hopelessly inured in government/corporate propaganda and too blind to even consider looking at the truth. 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 11, 2017 - 4:55am
No matter what media here and there say: It's not about NK. It's simple geostrategy. The gamers are China, the US and Russia. When you're small you just have bad luck.
EXPAT Added Aug 11, 2017 - 5:59am
Jenifer.
How could I be such a moron to listen to those who are there, when I have caity johnstone to search Google for the truth.
How gullible I am.
Now finish your hot chocolate and ask your nurse to change your diaper.
EXPAT Added Aug 11, 2017 - 6:31am


World
US military plans B-1 Bomber strike on North Korea missile sites
Clark Mindock,The Independent 15 hours ago






 
Defense Secretary James Mattis, following the exchange of threats, released a statement saying that the Pentagon was prepared for any escalation to violence including an offensive attack or a defensive, retaliatory attack.
“While our State Department is making every effort to resolve this global threat through diplomatic means,“ the statement said, ”it must be noted that the combined allied militaries now possess the most precise, rehearsed and robust defensive and offensive capabilities on Earth.”
https://www.yahoo.com/news/us-military-plans-b-1-193000478.html
john guzlowski Added Aug 11, 2017 - 10:56am
War with North Korea is a good idea!
 
We can't lose and it will create jobs.
 
the decrease in world population is also a good thing. Will cut down in global warming etc. 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 11, 2017 - 11:33am
Huh ?????
john guzlowski Added Aug 11, 2017 - 12:25pm
It's time to rethink what kind of world we want.
 
What's the point of a just world?
 
It's an illusion.
 
The spoils go to the country that has the biggest balls.
 
Trump has them.
 
To the max.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 11, 2017 - 12:34pm
Decrease a couple of millions has no effect. Otherwise I have nothing to add to such an awful comment which does only consider one's own country's wellbeing and fucks the rest.
john guzlowski Added Aug 11, 2017 - 2:02pm
Stone-Eater, Perhaps Trump can be convinced to also nuke China.  
 
That would surely improve employment here in the US.
john guzlowski Added Aug 11, 2017 - 2:54pm
Imagine just imagine how good a world it would be without China and its pollution and its strange ideas and its incredibly effective factories.
 
Everything we've allowed to be taken away from us would be regained.
 
America would be great again.
EXPAT Added Aug 11, 2017 - 4:20pm
john guzlowski.
The problem with satire, is that for many it is truth.
The problem with ego, is that one thinks he is the truth.
And the problem with truth is it conflicts with belief.
And the problem with belief is that it becomes the truth.
Millions will know fire and fury because two men know  truth.
The problem with truth is that it becomes satire with ego.
I will go read Jabberwocky so my ego will know the truth.
EXPAT Added Aug 11, 2017 - 4:32pm
If we don't look up, we will never see the bombs fall.
I don't mind a few dead minds in high places. Trouble is, dead minds make dead people.
 
Now lets get back to understanding the world we live in, because all this rhetoric sure as hell isn't going to change what happens!
 
I just hope the fallout doesn't drift towards Thailand. It ruins the Mangoes.
EXPAT Added Aug 11, 2017 - 4:37pm
Donald J. Trump
 
@realDonaldTrump

Military solutions are now fully in place,locked and loaded,should North Korea act unwisely. Hopefully Kim Jong Un will find another path!
6:29 PM - Aug 11, 2017
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 11, 2017 - 6:08pm
John
 
When this is satire you need either strew some hinting words in it or put a ;) at the end.
 
EXPAT Added Aug 11, 2017 - 6:32pm
This analysis by RUSH LIMBAUGH, is so good, I had to reprint it in it's entirety, because the apology bunch on this site won't see it otherwise.
 
On his radio show on Thursday, Rush Limbaugh slammed the Washington, D.C. establishment for asking President Trump to tone down his rhetoric on North Korea.
Responding on Tuesday to the latest threats from North Korea, Trump warned that any attack on the U.S. target="_blank">"will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle warned that Trump's tough talk could exacerbate the situation and trigger a war with North Korea.
"What does this mean?" Limbaugh said. "It means that 'wimpism' has taken over the Washington establishment, that 'wussism' and 'wimpism' and 'pajama boyism' has taken over."

He argued there's no reason to be afraid of North Korea, describing the Kim Jong Un's reclusive kingdom as a "zit on the butt of a pig."
"Would we run around acting afraid of a zit on a pig?" Limbaugh asked.
He said North Korea may have nuclear weapons, but they "can’t hit the side of a barn" with them.
"What are we supposed to do, just sit here and wait until the real one is airborne and hope that being gentle and compassionate and unprovocative will stop this lunatic from doing what he’s doing? Is that what we’re to believe here?" Limbaugh asked.
He said that type of "pajama boy liberalism" is what enabled North Korea and Iran to advance their nuclear programs in the first place.
He pointed out that some leaders - like Hillary Clinton - have said we should respect our enemies and try and get inside their heads, which she dubbed "smart power."
"No, it’s not," Limbaugh said. "It’s called how to lose."
EXPAT Added Aug 11, 2017 - 6:36pm
George N Romey Added Aug 11, 2017 - 7:40pm
25 million desperate starving people. The corporate state must be creaming its pants at the potential of such cheap labor for American companies.
EXPAT Added Aug 12, 2017 - 4:36am
 
George. There is more in heaven and earth than enterprise. It is sad that you have no life away from the corporate world.
John G Added Aug 12, 2017 - 11:52pm
Trump’s “Fire and Fury” Wouldn’t Be the First for North Korea
Gen. MacArthur presented his own impressions of the early results at a congressional hearing in May 1951 after Truman fired him:
The war in Korean has already almost destroyed that nation of 20,000,000 people. I have never seen such devastation. I have never seen, I guess, as much blood and disaster as any living man, and it just curdled my stomach, the last time I was there. After I looked at the wreckage and those thousands of women and children and everything, I vomited. If you go on indefinitely, you are perpetuating a slaughter such as I have never heard of in the history of mankind. [Quoted in Napalm: An American Biography by Robert M. Neer, 2013.]
Air Force Chief of Staff Curtis LeMay, in an oral history quoted by Cumings, said that “over a period of three years or so … we burned down every town in North Korea and South Korea, too.” (Quoted in Cumings’s preface to the 1988 edition of I.F. Stone’s The Hidden History of the Korean War: 1950-1951.)
“To think,” Cumings writes, “that the American Air Force could have dropped oceans of napalm and other incendiaries on cities and towns in North Korea, leaving a legacy of deep bitterness palpable four decades later, and that this was done in the name of a conflict now called ‘the forgotten war’ — as memory confronts amnesia, we ask, who are the sane of this world?”
EXPAT Added Aug 13, 2017 - 12:23am
John G.
War is no longer personal. We have SMART nuclear weapons that can make 1 square mile a parking lot, or turn a city into dust. Troops are for cleanup operations in the type of NOKO conflict Trump is promising.
When he says Fire and Fury like the world has never seen, he speaks the truth.
There are no war movies of the weaponry the USA has today. We have Laser weapons, magnetic weapons and sonic weapons that can make steel disintegrate.
 
United States’ first ‘smart’ nuclear bomb signals new arms race with China and Russia: analysts
The 350kg bomb, which can penetrate structures underground, is designed to hit targets precisely with limited damage elsewhere
PUBLISHED : Thursday, 18 August, 2016, 11:23am
UPDATED : Tuesday, 23 August, 2016, 11:14am
 
Washington’s green light for a new generation of steerable and smart tactical nuclear weapons may signal the start of a new US nuclear arms race with China and Russia, military analysts say.
Russia and China are believed to have been developing similar weapons for decades, but Chinese experts are apparently keen to learn the lessons of the former Soviet Union’s failed attempt to keep up with the United States in the cold war.



Tactical nuclear weapons, known as non-strategic nuclear weapons, are designed to support naval, land and air forces in areas close to friendly forces and perhaps even on contested friendly territory.
The new US weapon, the B61-12, is America’s first guided, or “smart” nuclear bomb. It weighs 350kg and can penetrate fortified structures several metres underground.
Unlike banned weapons of mass destruction, the B61-12 is designed to be carried by high-speed stealth fighter jets to hit targets precisely with limited damage to structures and lives nearby.



The US Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration announced early this month that the B61-12 had completed a four-year development and testing phase and was in production engineering. Full-scale production was expected to get under way in 2020.
US President Barack Obama announced that 180 of the weapons would be deployed in five European countries, despite appeals last month from 10 senators urging restraint on nuclear weapons spending.



Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov declined to comment on the reports that the US was getting ready to produce the B61-12, except that the Kremlin was still assessing its threat.
But Senator Viktor Ozerov, of the Russian Federation Council’s Defence and Security Committee, warned that the country’s nuclear specialists would “carefully study the level of threat and take measures to minimise it, if needed”, Russian news agency RIA Novosti reported.
EXPAT Added Aug 13, 2017 - 12:30am
Engineers at the United States’ nuclear weapons lab in Albuquerque, New Mexico, target="_blank">have spent the past few years designing and testing the B61-12, a high-tech addition to our nation’s atomic arsenal. Unlike the free-fall gravity bombs it will replace, the B61-12 is a guided nuclear bomb. A new tail kit assembly, made by Boeing, enables the bomb to hit targets far more precisely than its predecessors.

 
Greg Maxon

Using “Dial-a-yield” technology, the bomb’s explosive force can be adjusted before launch from a high of 50,000 tons of TNT equivalent to a low of 300 tons—that’s 98 percent smaller than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima 70 years ago.
Despite these innovations, the government doesn’t consider the B61-12 to be a new weapon but simply an upgrade. In the past, Congress has rejected funding for similar weapons, reasoning that more accurate, less powerful bombs were more likely to be used. In 2010, the Obama administration target="_blank">announced that it would not make any nuclear weapons with new capabilities. The White House and Pentagon insist that the B61-12 won’t violate that pledge.
The B61-12 could be deployed by the new generation of F-35 fighter jets, a prospect that worries Hans Kristensen, a nuclear weapons expert at the Federation of American Scientists. “If the Russians put out a guided nuclear bomb on a stealthy fighter that could sneak through air defenses, would that add to the perception here that they were lowering the threshold for the use of nuclear weapons?” he asks. “Absolutely.”
EXPAT Added Aug 13, 2017 - 12:41am
target="_blank">Inside the Most Expensive Nuclear Bomb Ever Made – Mother Jones
www.motherjones.com/politics/2015/08/nuclear-weapon-obama-most-expensive-ever
A flight test body for a B61-12 nuclear weapon Jerry Refern for Reveal ... The B61 -12 could be deployed by the new generation of F-35 fighter jets, a prospect ...

target="_blank">Formerly Restricted Data Declassification Working Group
open.defense.gov/Portals/23/Documents/frddwg/FRD_DWG_DoD_DOE_Briefing_20161011.pdf
Oct 11, 2016 ... The fact that U.S. nuclear weapons were deployed on Okinawa prior to Okinawa's ... 6/2015 – DOE request: B61-12 Power Source. • 12/04/15 ...


target="_blank">Korean missile crisis: the path to Armageddon - The Australian
www.theaustralian.com.au/news/inquirer/korean-missile-crisis-the-path-to-armageddon/news-story/abeb24b73728cfa1ef34dddac1df1d1b
The Economist; The Australian; 12:00AM August 10, 2017; Save ... which might have been fast enough to do the job, were not yet ready for deployment. .... aimed at Tokyo and the American base at Okinawa, had been shot down by Patriot ... latest nuclear bomb, the guided B61-12, dropped by a B-2 stealth bomber.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 13, 2017 - 4:08pm
Last link don't work, Expat. Not here, anyway.
EXPAT Added Aug 13, 2017 - 9:29pm
Stone. The last link requires payment. It was for John G. who I believe lives in Australia, and might get it free. But it has the same basic information I printed out.
I want people to understand that the old rules and understanding of nuclear weapons no longer apply.
We the major powers, USA, Russia and China have the ability to kill millions without losing a soldier. If you read about this B61 Bomb, it is TOO effective. War without the horror of war, is just too damn easy. NOKO will disappear at the push of a button, and they are too stupid to understand it.
It is up to China to make them understand!  But I think they like the world being afraid of America. It gives them an excuse to keep grabbing power in Asia.
EXPAT Added Aug 13, 2017 - 9:41pm
The U.S. is planning to spend target="_blank">up to $1 trillion to modernize and maintain target="_blank">its entire nuclear arsenal over the next 30 years. Included in this plan is the consolidation of four versions of the B61 bomb target="_blank">(B61-3, -4, -7, -10) into an estimated target="_blank">400 B61-12 bombs, a newly designed version intended for both strategic and tactical delivery. The B61-12 will have variable yield capability – ranging from target="_blank">98 percent smaller to three times greater than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima – and a new tail kit to increase accuracy.
*Sources: Department of Defense, Federation of American Scientist, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Royal United Services Institute, Strategic Studies Institute, Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, and NATO
 
John G Added Aug 14, 2017 - 12:38am
Insanity.
EXPAT Added Aug 14, 2017 - 6:11am
I agree John G. But a thinking man knows the world he lives in and does what he must to survive. The only hope for the world that I see, is for America to become so powerful they can destroy any adversary at the first sign of aggression towards innocents.
Perhaps then governments will turn to drawing people to their ideology by showing it provides a better life, and the path to destruction will grow weeds from being less travelled. But as long as there are those who believe that the slaughter of innocents is justified to achieve a goal, USA must say no way, I will kill you first!
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 14, 2017 - 1:15pm
Expat
 
The only hope for the world that I see, is for America to become so powerful they can destroy any adversary at the first sign of aggression towards innocents.
 
The lesser evil, I admit. But then, the US should start to recognize that there are different cultures in the world which all have their right to exist. McDonalds and Gangsta Rap are not the holy grail for everybody.
 
A bit of modesty, a turn-away from Empire lust and the will for business relations where everybody gets a fair share would be a starting point for all to accept that the US is for the moment a leading force, and they would regain respect of the rest.
EXPAT Added Aug 14, 2017 - 6:46pm
Stone. I agree that USA is arrogant and think that their way is the best way, but they are far more tolerant of lesser ideas, than everywhere else in the world I have lived, and the list of cultures is considerable.
I don't understand your animosity toward McD. Every where in the world, they are a success. Even more than ANY other food! Even in FRANCE with their haughty cuisine and love of quality, McD sales were 4.46 Billion Euro in 2014.
Go to Zurich and enjoy a $12 Big Mack meal. It is a far better deal than:
Large cheese pizza in a sit-down Italian restaurant – $41.36

“Special” burger at a brasserie in the Old Town – $24.49
Club sandwich at a casual restaurant – $23.95
Plate of spaghetti in the cafeteria of the Zurich Zoo – $16.11
A cup, not a pot of tea in a café – $5.44

 
How do the good people of Zurich afford these prices? The monthly minimum wage is about $3,488, and most make much more than that. The Swiss are also careful with their money and aren’t prone to impetuous behavior of any kind. Case in point: they recently voted against giving themselves an additional two weeks of vacation time per year.
EXPAT Added Aug 14, 2017 - 7:03pm
P.S. I am beginning to believe your animosity toward America is a resentment of the POWERFUL. The USA has defeated every other superpower, and is the last man standing in the world cage fight.
I believe this string reveals how Powerful they really are, inspite of all the left wishing and hoping they fail.
 
The danger is that lesser powers are let believe that Trump is not able to use that power, because of the lying media, and delusional democrats that predict an end to the Trump POTUS.
If NOKO is destroyed, it will be as much the fault of the Democrats as
the little fat guy raised in a fantasy.
John G Added Aug 14, 2017 - 8:51pm
The USA is the greatest purveyor of violence, murder and hatred on the planet bar none.
The USA is the greatest danger the world and its people face.
You, Expat are one of the USA's uglier products. You preach hate and pretend it is peace.
John G Added Aug 14, 2017 - 9:39pm
THE GHOSTS OF JEJU
A shocking documentary about the struggle of the people of Jeju Island, S. Korea. Set in the context of the American presence in Korea after World War II, the film reveals horrible atrocities at the hands of the U.S. Military Government of Korea.
Using previously secret and classified photos, film and documents, this will be the first English-language documentary about the struggle of the brave people of Gangjeong Village who are opposing the military advance of the United States, just as their parents and relatives did in 1947. As then, they are being arrested, jailed, fined, and hospitalized for resisting the construction of a massive naval base that will accommodate America's “pivot to Asia,” and will destroy their 400 year old village and their UNESCO protected environment.
And yet, the indomitable spirit of the villagers and their supporters, who have not lost hope in spite of overwhelming odds, will inspire and motivate everyone who believes there is a better way to live together on this planet.
EXPAT Added Aug 14, 2017 - 11:13pm
John G. You were showing signs of intellect, and then you slip into idiocy again. This shows all the signs of heavy drug use. War brings atrocity, no matter who is participating, because the goal is to kill them before they can kill you. The other side is always the savage.
I live for today, not try to reconstruct yesterday. The Internet makes us all good propagandists!
John G Added Aug 14, 2017 - 11:51pm
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 15, 2017 - 5:13am
Expat
 
I get a pizza in a sit-down for $ 16. Where have you been ? LOL 
 
Problem is McDonalds is no food LOL
 
http://www.thankyourbody.com/mcdonalds-hamburger/
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 15, 2017 - 5:15am
BTW
 
The Swiss are also careful with their money and aren’t prone to impetuous behavior of any kind. Case in point: they recently target="_blank">votedagainst giving themselves an additional two weeks of vacation time per year.
 
We have to be careful. This place is too expensive for many. And more vacations.....a lot of people haven't got the cash anyway to go on holiday nowadays.
EXPAT Added Aug 15, 2017 - 9:00am
Stone.
Problem is McDonalds is no food LOL
The world disagrees with you Stone!  You can't argue with success.
EXPAT Added Aug 15, 2017 - 9:16am
 
The prices quoted were from an article on living in Zurich. Perhaps it is a tourist trap, like so many places in the world.
When I want goods or services, I send my lady. She always gets a better price. I understand that Locals believe ALL foreigners are Rich, and therefore charge more!
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 15, 2017 - 9:31am
Expat
 
The fact that the whole world eats that shit doesn't mean that it's healthy food. It's more like "the trend comes from the US, therefore it's cool" A remnant of the Fifties and past WWII times - American lifestyle LOL
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 15, 2017 - 9:31am
BTW: West Africa doesn't have Macs. At least the Francophone countries don't ;-)
EXPAT Added Aug 15, 2017 - 12:48pm
Stone. They don't have clean water either. How is it that a continent with so much wildlife, never learned to domesticate it? Wouldn't a McZebra, or wildebeest McNuggets be great. How about a Double Gazelle meal. 
EXPAT Added Aug 15, 2017 - 12:50pm
I forgot a Bush Meat McMuffin for breakfast.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 15, 2017 - 1:39pm
Expat
 
LOL
 
The thing about clean water is a hoax, at least when it concerns the places I lived in and live. Since 25 years I drink tap or well water in Africa, and I've never gotten sick. Maybe my time in Asia strenghtened my system ;-)
 
Of course you're right when it gets to rural areas. But seen the size of Africa I somewhat understand that. Wars and corrupt governments (supported by Western finance, we Swiss are in it too, I don't deny that) have kept the continent from development.