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Originally posted by Darth_Prime
WWIII? False Flags? there is a reason behind this... and an event will come out of it that is for sure, I'm not saying right away, its a slow and steady process, but this will be a big base for what comes next..the pawns are in play
Originally posted by Xeven
South Korea would be decimated. Not even a full out premptive nuclear strike against NK would stop all the artillary and Rockets that have North Korean's right now with their fingers on the trigger.
Originally posted by pauldamo
this gets me,everyone else is allowed to do what they want.and if they don't wont a country to be able to protect itself from them,that's if they are even missiles,they are prepared to put everyone else in jeopardy.and isn't nth Korea allowed to have satellites like everyone else.i think the other countries are just trying to really give nth Korea the #s,so they can say its nth Koreas fault that we have to use force.
Originally posted by munkey66
This is just the magician doing the magic and drawing your attention onto the pretty assistant and keep you from watching his hands.
Look closer to home and you may see what the magician doesn't want you to look at.
[edit on 26-3-2009 by munkey66]
Originally posted by ElectricUniverse
US Deploys Warships as North Korea Prepares to Launch Missile
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The US has deployed two warships with anti-missile capabilities in the waters off Japan as tensions mount over North Korea's plans to test-fire a long-range ballistic missile capable of striking Alaska.
The deployment comes as America, Japan and South Korea threaten North Korea with 'serious consequences' if it proceeds with plans to conduct the missile test in defiance of a 2006 UN resolution.
North Korea, which has informed international agencies of its plan to fire the missile between April 4 and 8, says the launch is a "satellite test" which it is entitled to make under international law.