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North Korea threatens 'physical response' to U.S. military exercise

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posted on Jul, 23 2010 @ 10:57 PM

Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by SupremeKnowledge

Tell it to the ones yelling. It's funny. China is essentially doing the same thing as the US, but no one complains. America tries it, bah humbug they say!

The US can do with its allies whatever it wants. If N Korea can't handle it, they're just going to have to get used to the globalist way of life.

I have never seen such ignorant behavior on matters such as World War....

posted on Jul, 23 2010 @ 11:02 PM
reply to post by SupremeKnowledge

The P5+1 don't want a war. So there will be no world war. It's as simple as that.

posted on Jul, 23 2010 @ 11:42 PM
you all have got to read the letter written by General William Sharp to the participants in this exercise termed "Invincible Spirit", it is viewable at under "Invincible Spirit" Sharp... it is amazing, as if this was the start of something big, and very unsettling IMO.... !!!!! trust me this worth the look, I couldn't believe what I was reading.... we are in deep kimchi.... my friends

posted on Jul, 23 2010 @ 11:59 PM
reply to post by freetree64

Need a working link, Id like to read that, tried the address you gave and not working.

posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 12:06 AM
reply to post by Sway33

dang it, ok i'll keep working on it, stumbled onto it, via mobile, and dont have full capability with it, to get link.... tell them not to start the war just yet, i'm hurrying.... it's the rok's defense services site, if that helps, or just try a search on invincible spirit sharp.... thanks

posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 12:23 AM
link vugze%29%29/Uploads/100/USFKSharpPoint20-10InvincibleSpiritExercise.pdf

lol, not sure if that link actually works but is the general site. The one real thing that stuck out it my mind was

Invincible Spirit, along with its follow-on exercises, will enhance the readiness of the ROK-U.S. Alliance’s naval and air forces, while improving cooperation and interoperability between our forces and increasing the Alliance’s capability to deter, and if deterrence fails, defeat North Korean provocations.

They are prepared for war. And so is North Korea, war it will be then.

posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 12:30 AM
reply to post by Sway33

Yes!!!! by jove you got it, sorry tired and on a bus after work, but my sentiments exactly.... thank you and be sure and spread the unfotunate word, if you would.... thanks again

posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 12:41 AM
Very interesting , I am listening to Coast to Coast am , Art Bell is on live and he made the statement that he thinks that things might be different this time with NK , he hinted at war .

posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 12:43 AM
reply to post by Max_TO

Damn. he's still kicking? A man of infinite wisdom. I do hope he writes a good story on it all before he leaves us.

pray for peace people.

posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 12:48 AM

Detente And Modernization
According to a report in "Russian Newsweek," Moscow is planning to reorient its foreign policy in a more pragmatic and pro-Western direction. The story by journalists Konstantin Gaaze and Mikhail Zigar, which cites a recent Foreign Ministry policy paper, says the move is part of an effort to attract badly needed investment to modernize the country's crumbling infrastructure and diversify its economy to make it less dependent on energy exports:

The idea behind the document is that Russia intends -- not just in words but also in deeds -- to have a foreign policy in which there are not friends and enemies, but only interests. The country's economy needs to be modernized and foreign policy must also work to solve this problem. A senior official at the Foreign Ministry who participated in the drafting of the document confirmed that in place of a Cold War there will be Detente.

The policy paper's preamble, written by Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, calls for "the strengthening of relations of interdependence with the world's leading powers," with the most desirable partners being the United States and the European Union.

According to the "Russian Newsweek" story, the "triumphant optimism of Russian leaders in a time of record-high oil prices is a thing of the past. In the post-crisis world, Russia is forced to look for friends and start a useful economic ties." It cites an unidentified Foreign Ministry official as saying that "the crisis has shown that Russia cannot develop independently."

The report (which, judging from the sourcing, appears to be the result of an authorized leak from the Foreign Ministry) comes as an increasing number of stories are appearing in the Russian media calling for closer ties with the United States and the European Union. Writing last week in "Yezhednevnyy Zhurnal," for example, Aleksey Makarkin of the Center for Political Technologies made a similar argument for engagement with the West:

[The authorities] have now begun -- at least at the conceptual level -- to develop measures to kick the oil and gas habit. The modernization of the country, however, cannot be carried out in isolation from the most economically developed -- and at the same time democratic -- states. You can not get investments from North Korea, or innovations from Venezuela.

Maybe Russia is changing there minds about there foreign policy.

"The modernization of the country, however, cannot be carried out in isolation."

"You can not get investments from North Korea, or innovations from Venezuela."

posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 04:49 AM
(takin from duplicate thread)

ok, lets just take NK serious here for a second.(I know)

What would their first 'nuclear target' be?

Also, would they not then know, if they used such measures, that they will then get flattened immediately?

Or is that the whole point? Self-Destruction?

Or am I just fooling myself when I know damn well they are not going to do a damned thing?


[edit on 24-7-2010 by Common Good]

posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 06:28 AM
Im confused. Why is the USA in their anyway? Does NK have some amazing untapped oil I havent heard about? Did Halliburton lose a bunch of contracts in Iraq because of the horrible work they did with the BP off shore rig? Need to get things rolling in some other country the USA can screw up beyond repair?

Need to Suck a bunch of money out of a country that wants to have fook all to do with america?

All any of this crap has to do with is the fact that these countries refuse to deal with USA.

Im sure if Iran took out some retarded loans and sold their oil in dollars in stead of Euros no one would care about their nuclear programs.

Ya im sure Kim J-Ill is half retarded. Hes going to die soon anyways. His power will be left to a morbidly obese son (something relatable to america) or to a son with no experience who will be bullied by politicians, lobbyists and generals to do whatever they want(hmm also eerily similar to america)

Lets wait for them to wreck themselves beyond repair then maybe swoop in and save the day if thats even possible.

It isnt our business.

Funny how the USA gets involved in crap that can be twisted into good PR somehow that has nothing to do with them. Walking in, Thinking they are going to be a hero, and instead creating a crap storm and making things worse. Oh wait, and blaming it on bad intell.

Just because youre being a bully for the "good" guys doesnt mean you arent a bully anymore, or good at cleaning things up. Bullies arent graceful and efficient. Their dumb mentally challenged losers that need a bullet to the head!

If we ignore all this propaganda that NK, SK and USA are printing about all of this crap Id hope it would stop. Likely though it will probably get worse trying even harder to grasp our attention. So we have to ignore it ALL until they realize we dont give a #, China is essentially doing that right now, sitting out until someone starts up another useless war.

Lets sit back for ONCE and let them have intercourse with a splintered broom handle up their own bums. Im sure most americans still havent healed from Iraq.

Just keep people out of it that have no reason to be there.

Save a soldier, send in a politician.

posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 07:19 AM
The US has to be there as its unfinished business from the cold war. The US assumed unified command of the UN forces during the Korean War. As the Korean War never ended they are still there to maintain the balance of power.

South Korea would be unable to repel the North on its own as it doesn't favour its military over its civilian population like the North does.

In response to the previous post, NK would not actually need to deploy their nuke for things to be really bad. They have enough fixed artillery to cause mayhem in SK. Say goodbye to Seoul on day one.

i'd expect it would play out much like the first time round but faster, with the NK nuke as the deterrent to prevent the SK/UN forces overrunning the north rather than Chinese intervention.

In the process more than 1 million people died the last time round (estimates vary from 1.5million to 3.5 million). Fingers crossed Kim is bluffing.

posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 12:00 PM
North Korea did something REALLY BAD YAL.. I wish I could share it but it is to much to even discuss. But they already took first steps towards ww3...smh

posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 12:06 PM

Originally posted by Ophiuchus 13
North Korea did something REALLY BAD YAL.. I wish I could share it but it is to much to even discuss. But they already took first steps towards ww3...smh
What the hell is that??
thats like dangling a bunch of nipples in front of a baby..
elaborate please...

posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 12:23 PM
reply to post by Lil Drummerboy

I agree. The suspense is killing me!

You cant make statements like that, Ophiuchus, and not say anything else. It would have been better to keep your mouth shut if you've no intention of following it through.

So come on. And it better be good.

posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 12:28 PM
I think that was a thread bumper,.
he is bluffing

posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 12:32 PM
Yep, and looking at the other posts he has just made (I hate to spy, mind) they all seemed pretty incoherent.

posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 12:34 PM

Originally posted by Ophiuchus 13
North Korea did something REALLY BAD YAL.. I wish I could share it but it is to much to even discuss. But they already took first steps towards ww3...smh

Why lie about information you obviously don't have?

posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 01:07 PM
Ok but what are military exercise why even use exercises when you can use many cluster bombs and many other means of destruction to a retarded nation like North Korea BOOM

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