posted on May, 4 2019 @ 09:49 PM
a reply to: vinifalou
It's about time that they did, seriously. I'm no advocate, sympathizer or supporter. They are the enemy and are willing to kill innocent people in the
whole theatre just to go out with a bang or preserve their government from being taken out, taken over.
Such paranoia. Kim's not schizophrenic but there's levels to it. You can have a little bit, some, or a lot. In other words, you can be a highly
functional "schizo-affective" or borderline. It runs in family genetics as well so I'd imagine it gets bred out or bred in, might manifest in a new
family member a little bit, a lot, or none at all. His entire show is.. weird. Their propaganda, culture he's made sure to keep relevant and promote.
From what I've read, the North Korean version of rebellious, hip, cool music to "party" to is american oldies? I saw them dancing to it on a beach in
Anyways, logically he'd need to have different ranges of highly sophisticated missiles that smaller sized nuclear warheads, tactical size as well as
chemical/biological warheads could be mounted on. If it's to defend from invasion from Western armies of all enemies, they'd need it but they'd also
need it when fighting South Korea.
Do their medium range missiles capable of hitting Guam or assets in the South Pacific have to enter the atmosphere like an ICBM? What about the
missile they were testing that could reach Alaska, Hawaii, or California? For example, would a nuclear missile launched from North Korea against
southern Japan be a straight shot?
The obsession level over simulations of wars is extremely high. They probably freakishly work day and night at it.