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North Korea approves Nuclear strike on US

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Miguel Gonzalez, Apr 4, 2013.

  1. Lil Kim is stepping up the threat with a warning of a nuclear strike in the coming days.

    ""The moment of explosion is approaching fast," the North Korean military said, warning that war could break out "today or tomorrow".

    Pyongyang's latest pronouncement came as Washington scrambled to reinforce its Pacific missile defences, preparing to send ground-based interceptors to Guam and dispatching two Aegis class destroyers to the region.

    Tension was also high on the North's heavily fortified border with South Korea, after Kim Jong-Un's isolated regime barred South Koreans from entering a Seoul-funded joint industrial park on its side of the frontier.

    In a statement published by the state KCNA news agency, the Korean People's Army general staff warned Washington that US threats would be "smashed by... cutting-edge smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear strike means".

    "The merciless operation of our revolutionary armed forces in this regard has been finally examined and ratified," the statement said.

    Last month, North Korea threatened a "pre-emptive" nuclear strike against the United States, and last week its supreme army command ordered strategic rocket units to combat status.

    But, while Pyongyang has successfully carried out test nuclear detonations, most experts think it is not yet capable of mounting a device on a ballistic missile capable of striking US bases or territory.

    Mounting tension in the region could however trigger incidents on the tense and heavily militarised border between North and South Korea.

    The White House was swift to react to Pyongyang's latest "unhelpful and unconstructive threats".

    National Security Council spokeswoman Caitlin Hayden said: "It is yet another offering in a long line of provocative statements that only serve to further isolate North Korea from the rest of the international community and undermine its goal of economic development.

    "North Korea should stop its provocative threats and instead concentrate on abiding by its international obligations."

    US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel earlier said Pyongyang represented a "real and clear danger" to the United States and to its allies South Korea and Japan.

    "They have nuclear capacity now, they have missile delivery capacity now," Hagel said after a strategy speech at the National Defense University. "We take those threats seriously, we have to take those threats seriously."

    Full article:http://news.xin.msn.com/en/world/n-korea-approves-nuclear-strike-on-united-states-1

    Thoughts? Is Lil Kim finally playing his hand or is this more saber rattling? Would they even get the chance to launch and if so could they survive the retaliation from the US? If anyone is crazy enough to poke the sleeping giant it's NK. Pictures leaked last week showed US targets in Hawaii California, Washington DC and Austin.


    Anyone rewatch Red Dawn lately?
  2. -Grabs guns and 10 round clips and starts to hide next to the front door-

    Ok North Korea I am ready to fight off your attack.
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  3. Calum McLure

    Calum McLure
    Did ye, aye? Premium Member

    I'm just worried one of their s***e missiles aimed at the US land in my front garden(I live in Scotland):rolleyes:
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  4. ML2166

    If quizzes are quizzical then what are tests?


    :roflmao: :thumbsup:
  5. If a nuke lands in your city you won´t have a door to hide behind ;)
  6. Calum McLure

    Calum McLure
    Did ye, aye? Premium Member

    It's ok, you just jump into your fridge :whistling:

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  7. Craig Stevenson

    Craig Stevenson
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    Nothing is going to happen, Kim Jong knows he won't win a war and his first goal is to remain in power, the only way a war will start is if the US or South Korea egged on by the US start the war.

    We are already hearing familiar lies from the US, "There is a clear and present danger" very similar to "Iraq has an Active weapons program", the US is on yet another Regime change fantasy, still no UN Security Council resolution. I do hope the UK stays well clear of this one and leave the body bags to the US if it does kick off, enough British lives have been lost due to the US Psychos in the Whitehouse :mad:
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  8. :thumbsup:

    I agree.
  9. North Korea is in it's last days.

    For 50 years, they have done nothing but build up an army to invade the South, while ignoring all other aspects of developing a country.

    That isn't going to work. The moment that country launches a missile, North Korea will be a giant crater.
  10. Omer Said

    Omer Said
    Weresloth Staff Premium Member

    Here we go again, USA bought a new toy to play with... :thumbsdown:

    Hopefully no blood will be shed this time. We know Kim, but his advisors or generals have no mind too?
  11. Pretty sure they are also sheep believing Kim Jong did 8 hole in ones in a row ;)
    In his first time ever trying the game at that ;)

    Seems a bit fishy this whole USA/NK situation. I don´t think anything will happen.
    Probably a smoke screen for something else.
  12. Craig Stevenson

    Craig Stevenson
    Premium Member

    Maybe Kim Jong and George W aren't that different, I'm sure the golf course was littered with camouflaged CIA men ready to covertly nudge his ball in the right before one of his aides uttered "Brilliant shot Mr President", after all that is what they said when Georgie Boy asked how things were going over in Eyerack.

    I was hoping Obama would be a bit different but I guess he is actually like all the others from the last century and he does what the Puppet Masters demand of him :mad:
  13. haha yea i guess the biggest difference between Bush and Kim is Kim talked the talk but Bush actually walked the walk.

    Obama is no different. 4 years plus and not a single thing has changed.
    I still maintain that if he were to actually change, start becoming a people´s president and not a corporate president he would end up like JFK.
    The last president to hit some nerves within the system.
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  14. Craig Stevenson

    Craig Stevenson
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    Pretty much the only none cynical place remaining on my body these days is my little toe, the nail dropped off when this North Korea crap kicked off!
  15. I beg to differ, there's been plenty of change, most of it towards socialism. Change is the only thing he left in our pockets.

    Obama's approval rating is in the toilet, his administration needs a popularity war to bost approval, please the military industrial complex that owns our country, strip away our freedoms and distract the public to the administrations real goals like "we're going to kill the US dollar".
  16. ha ha ,.. we have nukes too at faslane. we can just send one back their way.
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