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originally posted by: iosolomon
a reply to: AlphaHawk
In my hypothetical scenario, God would be on Korea's side. Korea will not fail God. But if you look at that data, all of the failures were in the 1950s and 1960s.
And not to mention, but how much money do you think it would cost to bribe a military official to sell military data to Korea? Yup. It's only a matter of time...
Not to mention, Korean engineers could have been working in Russia developing the technology on their own. The God of Korea (or my interpretation of their ancient religion) would be pleased and proud if Korea Honored Him on their own accord.
But all I'm saying is that when Korea does develop this technology (if She hasn't already), Korea will live up to its promise of an "annihilating blow" to the West Coast. Good-bye: Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego. But then again, the American government tells us we have nothing to worry about with Korea, so I won't lose any sleep over that!
They could hurt us, oh yeah...and the retaliatory strikes would all but erase Pyongyang for all time, IMO. He wouldn't even live out the day, most likely.
Hate to you break it to you but in any real-life scenario, the North Koreans will be mushed into oblivion. 4 nukes is nowhere near enough to break down the US military.
China can't stand Japan, as can't North Korea...There is no grand Asian scheme to avenge anything other than your bad imagination.