Q: Are they always prepared for an invasion?
A: Oh yeah. It’s like Israel.
Q: What would it be like if it did happen?
A: If the North Koreans did invade, intelligence puts their army at around 1.2 million infantry who would crash the borders at various points. Because of all those landmines put in over the years, we figure they’re going to clear a lane of entry for their troops to punch through using artillery and overwhelming numbers, which means it’s critical the whole line and each piece of real estate is held by each company. If the line is breached at all, we’re pretty much #ed. Their orders are to hold their real estate for seven minutes—no more, no less.
Q: Seven minutes sounds really specific.
A: That’s exactly how long it takes to scramble bombers to their location so they can bomb it directly. This is why they often call their little grid the “tomb.” It’s ultimately a suicide zone.
Q: That’s pretty heavy. Where are these jets coming from, exactly?
A: Jets in the present plan would be coming from Okinawa, Guam, and some of the US aircraft carriers stationed in the Pacific. But by the time the jets take off and drop their bombs, there won’t be any airfields to land and refuel at in South Korea, because all of the airfields are strategic North Korean targets and all of their heavy artillery have the range to hit them easily. That’s why the South Korean air force has top-secret landing zones already set up on highways across the country that are equipped to refuel and rearm planes. But apparently North Korean spies have already confirmed all of these highways anyway.
Q: Coming up their ass doing what?
A: They’ll be do something called “promoting general chaos,” a military tactic meant to shock your enemy’s will to fight by attacking psychological targets like city halls, police bases, radio stations, water purification plants, hospitals, trains, and even grocery stores. There’s also confirmed intelligence that some North Korean troops will be using South Korean uniforms to confuse people. On top of all that there are the tunnels.
Q: What do you mean, "the tunnels"?
A: They’ve started finding these tunnels built by the North Koreans that I’ve been to myself, that stretch two and a half miles into South Korean territory. We’re talking tunnels wide enough that every hour a whole battalion could be pumped out of it and just start swarming everything in sight.
Q: I’ve heard a lot about the North Koreans and their underground armies. What’s that all about?
A:The lesson the North Korean army learned from Iraq, Afghanistan, and even the last Korean War, is that the US, South Korea’s chief ally, always has air supremacy. That’s why they’ve created bases for full divisions buried under mountains that are so deep and impenetrable they could sustain a nuclear attack. Not to mention they have built-in fiber-optic communication networks connecting every underground base. They literally have everything you’d need there, like factories and workforces to build tanks, guns, and munitions. They use these mountain bases as permanent bunkers, with long range howitzers on rail lines scaling across peaks that can relentlessly shoot salvos. Mobile artillery like that is an incredible advantage. Even though the South Korean army could probably triangulate where the howitzer fire comes from, the rail lines allow them to quickly relocate.
Originally posted by Chrisfishenstein
reply to post by CALGARIAN
Why would this guy give out tactics and plans? Not to mention hidden bases and their operations?
Something about this seems shady......He even gives precise details on an attack....Why would you put this out there?
I guess if you keep your enemy thinking about stuff they didn't think of......
Good find though!!
Originally posted by PutAQuarterIn
Never underestimate the enemy. Even a backward @ss one like NK. S&Fedit on 26-3-2013 by PutAQuarterIn because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Monger
reply to post by MystikMushroom
Actually, that has been proven to be government propaganda released in an effort to lessen the load on the electricity grid on summer nights. I'm sure that only the most retarded and superstitious Koreans ever believed it.
Originally posted by MystikMushroom
How to prepare?
Buy a bunch of electric fans, and leave them on 24-7.
Koreans and 'Fan Death'
ETA: Not really sure how N. Koreans would react.edit on 26-3-2013 by MystikMushroom because: (no reason given)