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

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posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 04:41 PM
Looks like NK isnt going to make good on their promise LOL. Theyve actually been quiet after the exercises started. Tomorrow is the anniversary of the war however.....

posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 04:56 PM
reply to post by Ophiuchus 13

That's some noon time statement you made - hope you return to explain.

posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 07:57 PM

Originally posted by crazydaisy
reply to post by Ophiuchus 13

That's some noon time statement you made - hope you return to explain.

YA he is full of bean dip
Lil kim is like a chiwawaw dog
an irritating ankle chewer.
Ophs just posted for personal fun
Crazydazy,.. what is monev

[edit on 26-7-2010 by Lil Drummerboy]

posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 08:38 PM

Originally posted by princeofpeace
Looks like NK isnt going to make good on their promise LOL. Theyve actually been quiet after the exercises started. Tomorrow is the anniversary of the war however.....

Maybe they're waiting for tomorrow to test another nuke -

posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 09:16 PM

Originally posted by freetree64
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

Freetree I can't find anything of what your refering to. Could you elaborate on what you read? I hope we are in deep kimchi I love that sh*t so much, tastes delicious

posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 09:29 PM
reply to post by Nomad451

This letter here wriiten on July 22nd to the troops involved in this excersize...

Invincible Spirit Exercise
1. The Republic of Korea Minister of National Defense and the United States Secretary of Defense announced this week that from 25-28 July, our two nations will conduct a Joint maritime and air readiness exercise named “Invincible Spirit”. This is the first in a series of combined ROK-U.S. air and naval exercises to be held off the east and west coasts of Korea.
2. These defensive, combined training exercises are designed to send a clear message to North Korea that its aggressive behavior must stop, and that the ROK and U.S. are committed to enhancing our combined defensive capabilities. Invincible Spirit will include the USS GEORGE WASHINGTON aircraft carrier, the ROK Naval Ship Dokdo, and approximately 200 ROK, U.S. Air Force and Navy fixed wing aircraft, to include the F-22 Raptor. 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.
3. I want to thank the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and Department of Defense Civilians of United States Forces Korea for your selflessness, vigilance and hard work in the aftermath of the unprovoked North Korean attack on the ROK Naval Ship Cheonan. More than any weapon system, it is your teamwork, training, and devotion to duty that deters North Korean aggression. I also want to thank you for successfully planning and resourcing a large exercise like Invincible Spirit on such short notice. Your achievement lets our adversaries and their leadership know that we are an agile, adaptive force capable of taking on any challenge.
4. I also want to reassure our families that the Republic of Korea remains a safe place to work, live, and raise your children. Your safety is our paramount concern. The ROK - U.S. Alliance has successfully deterred aggression on the Korean Peninsula for 57 years. We will continue to fulfill this mission and provide you with the housing, schools, and other facilities that help build strong families and make Korea the forward-deployed station of choice. I, my Commanders and my staff stand ready to address any of your concerns and to help make your stay in Korea a rewarding one.
5. We Go Together!
General, US Army

[edit on 26-7-2010 by freetree64]

posted on Jul, 27 2010 @ 08:37 AM
Let's consider this hypothesis:-

The Industrial Military Complex WANTS a war and is demanding a WAR now on N.Korea.

The Iran issue has gone into stalement, at least with China now breathing down hard on the rest of the world just over the sanctions issue alone, not to mentioned the gathering international masses against this war.

Israel cannot and will not act alone, not matter how gung ho they believe themselves to be, more so as even the Israelites too are waking up to their own version of sovereignity, peace and freedom.

The IMC knows it will be a long, protracted, unwinnable war and opinions of it will sway back and forth regularly, and thus they too are held back to the drawing board.

Unfortunately, the wikileaks had cropped up and not only embarrass the IMC, it may even curtail future funding with more congressional and parliamentary oversight on their Afghan and Iraq assignments by all nations.

The IMC needs a newer and stronger distraction, thus a need for war, and Nkorea is good as it is gonna get. It's a winnable war, with presumed little opposition by the masses who had given on the Nkorean sheeps and the demanted lil kimmy.

It would mean victory and all 'sins' forgotten for the IMC, regaining the upper hand, riches and then press on with the Iran issue.

And Lil Kimmy certainly is not helping his cause, playing right up to the IMC's diabolical plans, a recipe for potential disaster sadly to come.....sigh

posted on Jul, 27 2010 @ 11:43 AM
And also to add:-

Many naive innocent young gung ho americans will presume that they are doing a good thing, and will live to see their loved ones for Christmas.

Unfortunately, if war breaks out with N. Korea, some if not many will either be dead or maimed by that time. The first thing a soldier is taught is that the bullet has no name, and none is invincible. So too for the equally young naive gung ho koreans on both sides.

Not to forget, there are hundreds if not thousands of robotic brainwashed terrorist agents residing in S. Korea, awaiting for the signal to go ahead with their plans to destroy the infrastructure and morale of the S. Korean civilian population. Thousands will die.

Then also the millions of innocent repressed N. Koreans civilians whom will not live to see the next sunrise because they will become politically correct 'collateral dammage', those whom many in the world had thought a war would save them from the oppresive regime of lil' kimmy.

What had the war been for and was it necessary? To protect the fatcat IMC (industrial military complex) who would be safe in US as the war wages in the Korean penninsula? Is the sacrifice of millions of lives worth the 'distraction' they sought?

I must have been a warrior in my past life if reincarnation is to believed. Being one of the few surviviours in a climatic clash, I knelt and lay down my tired sword hand, hanged my head down in the setting sun as I surveyed the wide hundred mile battlefield littered with corpses

There's Alfric, a good husband and father, now lay dead whom his sons will never know again. There's Corwin, still a shy virgin and a good man beside you in a fight, now lay dead.

Then, amongst the heap of broken and blooded bodies lays a severed head of a man I once knew. He was a travelling trader, always with a smile and sold quality goods. There he lay, ignomously now, dead amongst his and my brothers/comrades in arms.....

I asked, what had it been for???

posted on Aug, 3 2010 @ 12:23 PM

North Korea has threatened "strong physical retaliation" against planned South Korean naval exercises near the disputed maritime border.

In a statement, the North's military said that the Yellow Sea exercises, which are due to start on Thursday, were an act of reckless provocation.

It warned all civilian shipping to avoid the area.

BBC story link

boiling points are about to explode everywhere...

Heat in Columbia/Venezuela
Heat in Israel/Lebanon/Gaza/Syria/Iran
Heat in NorthKorea/SouthKorea

did i forget some ??

posted on Aug, 3 2010 @ 12:44 PM
reply to post by Ben81

Iraq, Pakistan, Mexico, any others? to many to count some have ended, some are just getting started, i will start with Iraq, well we the US will be pulling out does that mean that civil war will start or has it already? Mexico we all know where that is going, Pakistan, could the resent flood left the door open for the collapse of the Government? we shell see if the Taliban will take over.

posted on Aug, 3 2010 @ 12:51 PM

Originally posted by NuclearPaul

Originally posted by Ben81


Iran play the politics game better than anyone else in the world.

Kim, for his own sake, should learn to keep his mouth shut. Saying things like this sets himself up for being blamed for a false flag.

How can N-Korea be patient when the world has isolated them. You can't expect them to move forward with such isolation, it is absolutely idiotic.

You have to get them involved, but as usual, American attitude is based on Bullyism. America thinks isolating a country by force is gonna show its might therefore would make that country an example of what would happen to other nations, not following orders. Cuba is another example, Iran is a new example.

Sooner or later, more and more nations will become anti-American, the new Alliance against Nazi like expansionist, fascist, and oppressive power is being built as we speak.

I still stand with my prediction, that the US will collapse by 2015. The control will be fully transfered to next in line, yes I'm talking about Israel.

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