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Who's helping North Korea?

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posted on Dec, 4 2017 @ 03:06 PM
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The NWO globalists have stated the US is the only thing standing in their way of making their dreams come true. So to extrapolate that further, if economic and social attacks do not work to bring the US down, what is left?

The new US policy of MAD should now state, any nation that launches nukes on the US, the US will target all nuclear nations in retaliation. This will get things straightened out in a heartbeat.




posted on Dec, 4 2017 @ 05:35 PM
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originally posted by: Agit8dChop

How on earth are they able to build something like this?





Well think about it from North Korean perspective? This isn't something that has happened overnight. Just the same as their nuclear program their ballistic missile program has developed over decades. Of course they are basing their technology on Soviet era ballistic missiles and of course they will have sought technical assistance from foreign engineers and scientists. Think of how much money they will have invested in exploiting these sources and you have your answer.

Their technological leap forward from the likes of early Scuds and Scud variants would have been assisted after the break up of the Soviet Union. Think of it from the perspective of Russian engineers and scientists after the break up of the Soviet Union? Obviously North Korea saw this opportunity and exploited it to advance their pursuit of such missile technology.


Press accounts in the early 1990s of Russian missile experts attempting to travel to North Korea at a time when Russia was facing severe economic distress and North Korea was reportedly offering high salaries and money for missiles and technology. These experts were said to come from the Makeyev missile design bureau in Russia, which produced the Scud B and extended-range Scud C missiles, the R-27 (SS-N-6), and a number of other liquid-fueled missiles.


'North Korea’s Missile Program
David Wright Senior Scientist and Co-Director of the Union of Concerned Scientists' (UCS)
Global Security Program'

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It appears that the ex-Soviet Union was ripe for exploitation and North Korea acquired examples of R-27 (SS-N-6 Serb) and it looks likely RD-250 engines to advance their programs.

"How did North Korea acquire the RD-250 engine?"

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An example of how military technology can be exploited in such an environment.

During 2000/2001 China and Iran were able to exploit ex-Soviet arms in Ukraine and get hold of KH-55 cruise missiles.


The group transferred six of the missiles to China in early 2000 and the other six to Iran in May-June 2001, Svistkov said. Oleksandr Turchynov, head of Ukraine’s Security Service, stated March 31 that his organization prevented the export of an additional eight missiles, the UNIAN News Agency reported.


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posted on Dec, 4 2017 @ 05:35 PM
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originally posted by: lordcomac
Someone raised a good point- nobody is bringing in hardware overseas without us knowing about it, we've got the water brimming with navy.

Although with what I've read about our navy lately, maybe they're just taking bribes to let cargo ships in.
Their trucks are running on gassified wood- they don't have fuel to run vehicles let alone manufacture the precise components needed for an ICBM.
Someone is providing them with parts and info- and the parts aren't small.
If they're not coming by sea, they're coming by land- which means either they're crossing the DMZ from south korea, or coming in from china- possibly from Russia, but there's no way china wouldn't know about it.

Of course, I wouldn't be the least bit surprised to find our very own CIA supplying them, either.


I personally know one of those Carrier Captains, I've held his head over a toliet in our younger and more foolish days.
. Ain't no way in hell they would let anything go past them, and with over 5,000 crew on board, I don't think they could all be paid off, especially knowing that they may be letting this idiot nuke their families at home. So, the supplies are not coming in by boat, especially not now.

The DMZ into SK, again, no way the border guards would let anything get by them, for the exact same reason(s) - who wants this idiot to have a nuke that could kill their families.

So, there's only one way now. Through China. Are their border gaurds letting trucks through? Maybe, there would be a handful of people to bribe. BUT, the bribes would have to be from the port of entry, all the way to the border.

This is why you have seen Trump having discussions with China. If I were him, I'd explain to them that if NK even considers actually using a nuke, most of southern China will be UN-inhabitable after we are done turning NK into a parking lot. We will send in the marines to paint lines over it once it cools down.

NK needs a real wakeup call here. This situation for them, really is the no win scenario. About time that moron wises up.



posted on Dec, 4 2017 @ 05:38 PM
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gee wikileaks you really missed the boat on this one



posted on Dec, 4 2017 @ 05:39 PM
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a reply to: alldaylong

Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds (Clip that out ATS)


As for OP's question its the great trifecta - Russia, China, Iran via black market and backroom deals.
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