North Korea Threatens 'Merciless' Retaliation

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posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 09:44 PM
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We can say all we want about these 'evil' countries, but in the end all these countries are linked to one specific country. Doesn't matter what continent it is or even Island, one country is always involved and some way some how no one sees this.




posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 09:55 PM
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Theres plenty of missile power in NK.....
They can take down SK and parts of Japan, as well as a possible strike on Alaska....if nowhere else.....
The chances of a NK attack are about 15% but could be rising.....
The Nks maybe small but they are some very fanatically mean mo fos....
I wouldnt want to kung foo with those NK rangers.....
They take military training to spec forces levels....
They have mini subs too, as well as other specialised weapons systems.....
The real for sure is no matter who starts it, a whole lot of people are gonna get killed before its over....



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:18 PM
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Priceless! Did he dress up like a woman too?



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:22 PM
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It's like one guy siad on here during the failed rocket launch. We have to give the North Koreans credit for the first underwater satelite



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:57 PM
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NK need to back their sh* down otherwise one of two things is going to happen... 1) They follow up on their words with action and the US/UN come down on them like a load of bricks and topple the entire regime 2) The US decides to take them at their word and launch a pre-emptive strike before an invasion or nuclear launch takes place..and the regime gets toppled. Either way running their mouths and constantly escalating their threats is only going to end badly for them.

I feel sorry for the NK population. When the inevitable happens there's going to be millions of starving, heavily brainwashed people suddenly with so much freedom they won't know what to do. No-one to tell them where to work, what to eat, who to follow, no real industry to speak of, no social services to help the country recover, no money, no jobs and the realization that everything they have been told their entire life is a complete lie. For alot of them it really is going to feel like the world just ended :/



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 11:10 PM
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Why we are in Korea

Why hide behind pleasantries? Just say it. Why we "invaded" Korea, why we still "occupy" Korea. Sounds nicer the way you say it though. We are only "in" Korea.

Why we "occupy" Korea Is to maintain a foot hold on the Asian continent. Militarily its real important considering we lost that other one, ummm... Vietnam? I'll bet if you survey them, they will tell you good riddance.

Ramping up rhetoric to demonize a country or its leaders is really a weak excuse to maintain an illusion of superiority. MSM been doing it a lot lately. And guess what, it bleeds over to ATS with the same droll: Bad President and WMD. Really? WMD ! WMD !

Goes to show that people will believe anything the more you repeat it.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 11:22 PM
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We're in south korea per the request of their government to assist them in defense of a nutjob country that has repeatedly tried to attack SK over the years. Yeonpyeong island, four dead and 19 injured. The south showed great restraint and could have retaliated back with justified force but stood down. They've put up with enough of their crap and i wouldn't blame them one bit for asking for help in defense.

Nothing will come of north korea. It's not a question of if, it's a question of when it will collapse.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 11:23 PM
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Originally posted by intrptr
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Why we are in Korea

Why hide behind pleasantries? Just say it. Why we "invaded" Korea, why we still "occupy" Korea. Sounds nicer the way you say it though. We are only "in" Korea.

Why we "occupy" Korea Is to maintain a foot hold on the Asian continent. Militarily its real important considering we lost that other one, ummm... Vietnam? I'll bet if you survey them, they will tell you good riddance.

Ramping up rhetoric to demonize a country or its leaders is really a weak excuse to maintain an illusion of superiority. MSM been doing it a lot lately. And guess what, it bleeds over to ATS with the same droll: Bad President and WMD. Really? WMD ! WMD !

Goes to show that people will believe anything the more you repeat it.


A foothold? Really? Have you seen the numbers of US troops in South Korea? 28,000 men spread across all four branches, combat and non-combat, against 9.4 million active, reserve and paramilitary soldiers. They could literally march en masse, rifles in hand, from the DMZ to Seoul and would take the peninsula before we could get mobilized. You can do things like that when you don't care about attrition. I don't recall which book i read it from (some military fiction novel) but the author made the remark that the guys stationed at the DMZ would be barely a speed bump. It could have been Tom Clancy, but i'm a bit foggy.

No, we are there because we have been asked. If the S. Koreans didn't want us there you'd hear about it. The south actually *has* free speech. I don't like our soldiers overseas, but I am glad they are in Korea. They need to be.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 11:51 PM
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Originally posted by netwarrior

Originally posted by intrptr
reply to post by Bicent76
 


Why we are in Korea

Why hide behind pleasantries? Just say it. Why we "invaded" Korea, why we still "occupy" Korea. Sounds nicer the way you say it though. We are only "in" Korea.

Why we "occupy" Korea Is to maintain a foot hold on the Asian continent. Militarily its real important considering we lost that other one, ummm... Vietnam? I'll bet if you survey them, they will tell you good riddance.

Ramping up rhetoric to demonize a country or its leaders is really a weak excuse to maintain an illusion of superiority. MSM been doing it a lot lately. And guess what, it bleeds over to ATS with the same droll: Bad President and WMD. Really? WMD ! WMD !

Goes to show that people will believe anything the more you repeat it.


A foothold? Really? Have you seen the numbers of US troops in South Korea? 28,000 men spread across all four branches, combat and non-combat, against 9.4 million active, reserve and paramilitary soldiers. They could literally march en masse, rifles in hand, from the DMZ to Seoul and would take the peninsula before we could get mobilized. You can do things like that when you don't care about attrition. I don't recall which book i read it from (some military fiction novel) but the author made the remark that the guys stationed at the DMZ would be barely a speed bump. It could have been Tom Clancy, but i'm a bit foggy.

No, we are there because we have been asked. If the S. Koreans didn't want us there you'd hear about it. The south actually *has* free speech. I don't like our soldiers overseas, but I am glad they are in Korea. They need to be.


Thats what the British said about their colonies.



posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 12:04 AM
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Only 28000?

Thats like saying you only have 28,000 termites in your attic. Thats not many...



posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 01:38 AM
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The situation is definately escalating...toss in the story of the missing subs, and it's a little worry some.




A grim Ministry of Defense (MOD) “URGENT ACTION” bulletin to all Strategic Missile Forces (SMF) is warning these nuclear units to prepare for “Dead Hand” operations over growing fears that at least 5 atomic-bomb equipped North Korean submarines have “successfully evaded” US Naval Forces and are preparing to strike targets in South Korea, Japan and North America. According to this MOD bulletin, North Korea conducted its third underground nuclear test in seven years on 12 February after which Russian defense analysts noted a series of “highly suspicious” transfers of “unknown materials” from the Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Facility to the Mayang Do Naval Base where shortly thereafter at least 10 Yono-class miniature submarines [1st photo right] departed and are feared to have aboard them atomic bombs.

European Press



posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 03:29 AM
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this is because of the sanctions over the nuclear tests right ?



posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 05:00 AM
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To North Korea’s war strategy in employing these atomic bomb equipped submarines, this MOD bulletin warns, is to attack their enemies vital shipping ports which, if successful, could destroy the entire global economy. Russian military analysts contributing to this MOD bulletin note that the most likely targets for these atomic bomb equipped North Korean submarines include South Korea’s Port of Busan, Japan’s Port of Yokohama, and the United States ports of Seattle (Washington) and Oakland (California). Unbeknownst to the American, South Korean and Japanese peoples about these North Korean mini submarines, and perhaps best stated by the US National Defense magazine, is that the US Navy has already admitted that it has “no silver bullets” able to defeat them. To how vulnerable the Western coastal areas of the United States currently are was noted by Russian military intelligence experts on 8 November 2010 after a Chinese submarine successfully penetrated American waters and launched a missile in full view of Los Angeles, and as we can read, in part, as reported by the Infowar News Service:


This is beggining to get a bit scary not sure how much i trust the eutimes though anyone know if there reputable?

www.eutimes.net...



posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 06:49 AM
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The only thing that will be "mercilessly attacked" is Kim's dinner. More tantrums from NK.



posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 07:18 AM
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Not sure as to the validity of that site, but it makes very scary reading. However, would NK be able to miniaturise the warheads to fit on torpedo's? And would the US have "lost" them? I thought the US could pretty much track anything, even the ultra quiet stuff



posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 09:33 AM
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Originally posted by expatwhite
reply to post by larapa
 


Not sure as to the validity of that site, but it makes very scary reading. However, would NK be able to miniaturise the warheads to fit on torpedo's? And would the US have "lost" them? I thought the US could pretty much track anything, even the ultra quiet stuff



Once they have powered up their batteries, the submarines can sail to the bottom of coastal waters and remain undetected for days. Though they can't travel long distances or sail very quickly, advancements in technologies, such as air-independent propulsion and fuel cells, have allowed diesel submarines to extend theft operational ranges underwater.


Sounds to me like the US navy cannot, although they do have to pop up for air every 4-10 days, but you only need one to escape the net, and the tech to attach a low tech atom bomb to a torpedo was around at the beginning of the 1950s...


Critical to note about North Korea’s CHT-02D torpedo, this MOD bulletin warns, is that it is capable of being armed with a small nuclear device similar to that of the United States M-28 or M-29 Davy Crockett Weapon System developed in the 1950’s and having a yield equivalent to somewhere between 10 or 20 tons of TNT.
edit on 14-3-2013 by larapa because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 09:55 AM
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lol That was a good one!



posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 10:45 AM
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Originally posted by Bicent76
yea, whatever...


I am no longer listening to this bullcrap.. Because that is all it is Bullcrap.. North Korea is nothing but a trash talking punk, like one of those little dogs that just barks but does not dare bite a big dog
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I would not worry about it, 72 hours ago, the USA was threatened with nuclear war and an invasion...


That was bullcrap and so is this...

Even when they do attack they will get the snot beat out of them, and beg almost all at once for us to stop, yet we will not, we will take that damn country....

So I am guessing once this idiot finally does what he is saying he will do the sooner the better for the people, we will just annex another country on this Planet...
edit on 13-3-2013 by Bicent76 because: (no reason given)


They detonated a nuclear weapon! That makes them more than just some trash talking punk. Dennis Rodman needs to sleep with Kim and make this aaalllll better.



posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 11:43 AM
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Originally posted by larapa
reply to post by ArchaicDesigns
 



This is beggining to get a bit scary not sure how much i trust the eutimes though anyone know if there reputable?

www.eutimes.net...


Web of Trust: HERE lists EUTimes to have an unsatisfactory rating in trustworthiness, privacy, safety, and reliability.

Almost no one on ATS seems to trust Fox 'Faux' News, so for comparison:

EUTimes has a trustworthiness rating of 49/100 (Unsatisfactory)
Foxnews has a trustworthiness rating of 83/100 (Excellent)
ATS has a trustworthiness rating of 87/100
CNN has a trustworthiness rating of 93/100

In the comments for the WOT: EUTimes page there are even those claiming something we have heard before in the quest to deny ignorance:


This article source is Sorcha Faal. A known hoaxster.


Clicking on the source for the article will also bring you to THIS article from March 8, 2013


North Korean Atomic Bomb Subs Cause Global Panic
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers


So trust the website if you want, but the popular opinion of both ATS and the interwebs is that you should take this story with a bucket of salt.
edit on 14-3-2013 by DaveWx3 because: Added ATS and CNN ratings for shiz and giggles



posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 07:45 PM
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Originally posted by intrptr
reply to post by Bicent76
 


Why we are in Korea

Why hide behind pleasantries? Just say it. Why we "invaded" Korea, why we still "occupy" Korea. Sounds nicer the way you say it though. We are only "in" Korea.

Why we "occupy" Korea Is to maintain a foot hold on the Asian continent. Militarily its real important considering we lost that other one, ummm... Vietnam? I'll bet if you survey them, they will tell you good riddance.

Ramping up rhetoric to demonize a country or its leaders is really a weak excuse to maintain an illusion of superiority. MSM been doing it a lot lately. And guess what, it bleeds over to ATS with the same droll: Bad President and WMD. Really? WMD ! WMD !

Goes to show that people will believe anything the more you repeat it.


what!? We do not OCCUPY South Korea, and we DID not invade Korea.. damn I take it you did not read and learn...

I am not even going to waste my energy in giving a history lesson read the link, or just admit your a troll..


Also Since when has bigotry been aloud on ats? A good prime example of ignorance and bigotry in the quotation...





 
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