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Originally posted by OtherSideOfTheCoin
reply to post by zeeon
Yes I knew about this in late 2010, it was just before Christmas that’s how I remember
The reason I didn’t post it at the time is quite simple I was not a member of ATS even if I was at that time I still don’t think I would have posted it because my source was still very much involved in what I have discussed above.
And no I didn’t take notes but it’s not the kind of conversation that you forget and we discussed it quite a bit. There is actually even more to this but I don’t think it would be right to post it.
My source has informed me that NATO has drawn up specific plans for these eventualities that include a nuclear retaliation and invasion plans for North Korea should North Korea instigate any hostilities. I have been informed that these plans and this agreement with China were still in place as of late 2010 and have been marked. NATO COSMIC TOP SECRET.
Originally posted by NorthBlizzard
I've been here a week and call me wrong but.. Why is it people can post things like this with no real source provided, and the ATS community believes it. But when someone posts something with a link or video source, they discredit them?? I'm in no way calling OP a liar, just something I have noticed here..
Originally posted by camaro68ss
Maybe NK's leaders know its over. Kind of like Custerds last stand. "kims last stand"
Syria is a party to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and maintains a civil nuclear program. On September 6, 2007, Israel unilaterally bombed a site in Syria which it believed had hosted a nuclear reactor under construction. U.S. intelligence officials claimed low confidence that the site was meant for weapons development. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has said the site in discussion was just "a military site under construction" and that Syria's goal is a nuclear-free Middle East. Syria allowed the IAEA to visit the site on June 23, 2008, taking environmental samples that revealed the presence of man-made uranium and other materials consistent with a reactor. On May 24, 2011, IAEA Director General Amano released a report which assessed that the destroyed facility was a reactor, and the IAEA Board of Governors voted 17-6 (with 11 abstentions) to report this as non-compliance to the UN Security Council.