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originally posted by: Agit8dChop
How on earth are they able to build something like this?
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.
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.
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.