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North Korea – Impending Missile Launch May Require US Military Action

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posted on Jul, 2 2009 @ 03:44 PM
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Chronology of North Korea's missile program

-- Sept. 13, 1999: North Korea pledges to freeze long-range missile tests.

-- March 10, 2003: North Korea fires a land-to-ship missile off east coast into waters between the Korean peninsula and Japan.

-- October 2003: North Korea fires two land-to-ship missiles.

-- May 2005: North Korea fires a short-range missile into waters between the Korean peninsula and Japan.

-- March 8, 2006: North Korea fires two short-range missiles.

-- July 5, 2006: North Korea launches seven missiles into waters between the Korean peninsula and Japan, including a long-range Taepodong-2.

-- July 15, 2006: U.N. Security Council adopts Resolution 1695 demanding North Korea halt missile program.

-- Oct. 9, 2006: North Korea conducts underground nuclear test blast after citing "extreme threat of a nuclear war" from U.S.

-- Oct. 15, 2006: U.N. Security Council adopts Resolution 1718 condemning test, imposing sanctions and banning North Korea from activities related to its nuclear weapons program, including "their means of delivery."

-- July 14, 2007: North Korea shuts down its main Yongbyon reactor, later starts disabling it.

-- Sept. 19, 2008: North Korea says it is restoring a key atomic reactor.

-- Oct. 11, 2008: U.S. removes North Korea from a list of states that sponsor terrorism.

-- April 5: North Korea launches long-range rocket.

-- April 13: The U.N. Security Council adopts a presidential statement condemning North Korea's rocket launch.

-- April 14: North Korea quits six-party nuclear talks and vows to restart its nuclear facilities in protest against the U.N. statement.

-- May 25: North Korea conducts its second nuclear test.

-- June 12: The U.N. Security Council adopts Resolution 1874 sanctioning North Korea for its nuclear test.

-- June 18: Japanese newspaper reports North Korea may fire a long-range missile toward Hawaii in early July. U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says he has positioned more missile defenses around Hawaii.

-- Mid-June: North Korea announces a no-sail zone off its east coast from June 25 to July 10 for military drills.

-- July 2: North Korea test-fires four short-range missiles.


peace




posted on Jul, 2 2009 @ 04:18 PM
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Originally posted by jfj123

Please don't take offense but there really is no such thing as a group of super powerful people known as the "elites".



THANK YOU!

Once you buy into the "NWO," silliness, it seems that every single world event is seen through a prism of pre-determination. There is no reason to think critically but rather, simply find ways to make said event fit into the plans of that shadowy group of elites.



posted on Jul, 2 2009 @ 05:27 PM
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I agree 100%. All this NWO crap is like a bunch of kids reading a comic book or something. Life is not one big James Bond movie good grief. Yes there are "world orders" so to speak but a few men in a tiny room deciding everything? Nope. Not is your wildest dreams unless your wildest dreams is ATS which it what it appears LOL.



Originally posted by Night Watchman

Originally posted by jfj123

Please don't take offense but there really is no such thing as a group of super powerful people known as the "elites".



THANK YOU!

Once you buy into the "NWO," silliness, it seems that every single world event is seen through a prism of pre-determination. There is no reason to think critically but rather, simply find ways to make said event fit into the plans of that shadowy group of elites.





posted on Jul, 2 2009 @ 05:34 PM
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Oh, there are elites, all right, but a whole lot of different ones who don't particularly get along well with each other, and couldn't or wouldn't agree on an "agenda" if their lives depended on it because they are pretty much all successful sociopaths.

Think the Ga'ould system lords from Stargate SG-1: parasites basically, grown fat and powerful from the legacies of centuries of looting.



posted on Jul, 2 2009 @ 09:39 PM
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Well acutally America had a very big part in destroying the Empire



Plus there is numerous apon numerous examples, including roosevelts sons book about how his father destroyed the empire



posted on Jul, 2 2009 @ 11:31 PM
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What's the name of the video you wanted to post.
The link is broken and I've not a clue what to look for to help you get that link to function.
Thanks.



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