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The Chinese are the bad guys here...
Trump would do well to obliterate them along with the North Koreans.
China is taking the piss and riding roughshod over the US
What if 120 MIRVs rain down on their strategic nuclear deterrence? Remembering that China has only an estimated 300 nukes. How many boomers parked off their shores does that require? Hint: One. What's the delivery time to target? Hint: About 3 minutes. How much time do you think it would take before China could hope to retaliate strategically? Hint: Hours to days.
MIRV, abbreviation of Multiple Independent Reentry Vehicle, any of several nuclear war.s carried on the front end, or “bus,” of a ballistic missile. Each MIRV allows separately targeted nuclear war.s to be sent on their independent ways after the main propulsion stages of the missile launch have shut down. The war.s can be released from the bus at different speeds and on different trajectories. MIRV technology was first developed by the United States. By the late 20th century both the United States and the Soviet Union had many intercontinental and submarine-launched ballistic missiles equipped with MIRVs.
That sounds great in theory but literally none of it will happen in reality.
But now, while the Ukrainian government faces off against a powerful Russian army, the country's agricultural production is about to be ambushed as well, according to CounterPunch: On July 28, the California-based Oakland Institute released a report revealing that the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), under terms of their $17 billion loan to Ukraine, would open that country to genetically-modified (GM) crops and genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) in agriculture.
The report is entitled "Walking on the West Side: the World Bank and the IMF in the Ukraine Conflict." GMOs are banned in Ukraine,but... CounterPunch reports further that, in late 2013, Viktor Yanukovych, who was then president of Ukraine, turned down an agreement with the European Union that was tied to a $17 billion International Monetary Fund loan; the terms of that agreement are just now becoming known.
originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
a reply to: ketsuko
Another thing to consider is that carpet bombing using defoliants and napalm during the Vietnam war proved ineffective due to underground tunneling by the Viet Cong, or are you next going to suggest the US use 100's of MOABS? on N Korea?
"It needs to make clear its stance to all sides and make them understand that when their actions jeopardize China's interests, China will respond with a firm hand," said the paper, which does not represent government policy.
Congress is in Recess and President Trump can do anything he damn well pleases where the Korean War is concerned.
originally posted by: gortex
How does that differ from America's stance ?