North Korea Moves 2 Missile Launchers. Possilbe Preperation For Test Launch

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posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 11:35 PM
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Well, now we're getting some movement from N. Korea

www.reuters.com...


An unidentified South Korean military source told the South's Yonhap news agency that satellite imagery showed that North Korean forces had moved two mobile missile launchers for short-range Scud missiles to South Hamgyeong province.
"The military is closely watching the North's latest preparations for a missile launch," the source said.


These aren't the actions of a regime ready to engage in disarmament. Just more mockery of us as we dance around the negotiating table.
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posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 11:46 PM
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Maybe they moving them (rockets) to the disarmament sites ?
I mean NK did NOTHING, but try to scare everybody in a past weeks, let them, to be honest it's becoming nothing, but old and repetitive news from that region of the planet.



posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 11:51 PM
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No, they aren't moving them for the purpose of disarmament. That's not what their movements indicate.
Yes, it's likely nothing more than the same benign posturing we've seen for a long time now.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 12:06 AM
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On Saturday, North Korea reiterated that it would not give up its nuclear weapons, rejecting a US condition for talks although it said it was willing to discuss disarmament.


IMO, these contradictory actions and rhetoric seem to indicate that whomever is really calling the shots; might suffer from bi-polar paranoia.
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posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 12:07 AM
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my thinking is they are not happy with being linked to the Boston Bombers and we are about to see a real attack this time, nor are they happy with South Korea buying some new AH 64's, they have threatened to act with out any waning. This is not a empty act this time, it will be 4 to 6hrs before they are ready to launch if they are filled any min and they could go up. No this is not fear this is facts. english.yonhapnews.co.kr... from the link

Two more Scud missile launchers moved to N. Korea's east coast: source
SEOUL, April 21 (Yonhap) -- North Korea has recently moved two additional missile launchers believed to be for Scud missiles to its east coast, a military source familiar with the matter said Sunday, in yet another sign of preparations for a missile launch at a volatile time on the Korean Peninsula. Full story
N. Korea denies links to Boston Marathon bombing
SEOUL, April 20 (Yonhap) -- North Korea on Saturday denied that it has any links to the Boston Marathon bombing that killed three people and wounded dozens earlier this week, saying it opposes all forms of terrorism. Full story
N. Korea continues war threats amid high tensions on the peninsula
SEOUL, April 20 (Yonhap) -- North Korea stepped up its war threats Saturday in anger over a top South Korean official's remarks that discounted the communist nation's ability to conduct a full-scale war. Full story
N. Korea claims biggest victim of tensions is its own people
SEOUL, April 20 (Yonhap) -- North Korea said Saturday that the biggest victims of rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula are its own people, rejecting claims that the communist regime is using the situation to strengthen loyalty for its regime. Full story
just some of the head lines from the link. Little Un and his DPRK goons are hopping mad tonight www.kcna.kp... from the link

S. Korean Chongwadae "Security Room" Chief's Belligerent Remarks Blasted: KCNA Commentary
KCNA Commentary Refutes Misinformation Spread by Dishonest Forces
Who Benefits from Tension on Korean Peninsula: KCNA Commentary
well that would be enough to set off the fat lady er Un


S. Korean Chongwadae "Security Room" Chief's Belligerent Remarks Blasted: KCNA Commentary

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Pyongyang, April 20 (KCNA) -- Kim Jang Su, chief of the security office of puppet Chongwadae of south Korea, again made provocative remarks against the DPRK.
Kim, who formerly served the puppet military, in a report delivered at the parliamentary operation committee on April 18 said that "there is no sign of an all-out war which the north threatened and the north has no ability to fight it."
He even blustered that south Korea would "respond with every possible means with targets set at provocation base and supporting and commanding forces" to cope with the north's "local provocation" which arouses concerns.
Like a puppy unafraid of a tiger, the guy who held the post of puppet minister under the rat-like Lee Myung Bak regime made a bluff, counting on his current position in Chongwadae.
It all the more matters as his remarks have something in common with the recent words uttered by puppet Defense Minister Kim Kwan Jin.
Their vituperation is extremely dangerous and provocative invectives aimed to escalate the tension on the Korean Peninsula and start an all-out war at any cost.
In light of the post of Kim Jang Su, allegedly in charge of "security" affairs in Chongwadae, his remarks reflect the stand of the present south Korean regime and the substantial possibility of military provocation. This can never be overlooked.
Their remarks give the lie to the recent "dialogue" proposal offered by the present south Korean regime.
As had already been declared, the revolutionary armed forces of the DPRK are waiting for a final order, maintaining combat and mobilized posture to deal strong retaliatory blows at the enemies if they make even a slightest movement of provocation.
The DPRK's all-out physical strike will destroy all the military bases in south Korea which house military gangsters like Kim Jang Su and other provokers.
Kim Jang Su who has no idea of what a real war is like extremely got on the nerves of the DPRK with such rhetoric as "no sign of an all-out war" and "no ability" only to prove that he hopes for a total war with the DPRK.
Now that the puppet military gangsters stand for an all-out war, time will come earlier for the DPRK's physical strike.
We warn that the warmongers' wild act at Chongwadae may entail an unpredictable disaster.
The provokers will be made to drink a bitter cup for wagging their short tongue in a wrong way. -0-
there is the first verse, the second


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Pyongyang, April 20 (KCNA) -- The U.S. internet newspaper World Net Daily speaking for U.S. conservative forces recently released a false story linking the bomb explosion during the Boston Marathon to the DPRK. It reported the misinformation that the DPRK used such an agent as Al Qaeda for attacking the U.S.
The DPRK categorically dismisses this anti-DPRK ruckus made by the conservative daily bereft of any elementary appearance as a medium as a false propaganda which does not deserve even a passing note.
Its act of charging the DPRK with bomb explosion in Boston by deliberately linking it to Al Qaeda is part of the hostile forces' sinister plots to tarnish its international prestige out of their inveterate repugnance towards it.
The U.S. conservative forces seek to re-list the DPRK on the "sponsor of terrorism" and take it as a target of "anti-terror war" as it did in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The DPRK would like to stress once again that it has no touch with Al Qaeda and has consistently maintained the stand of opposing all forms of terrorism by acceding to international conventions against terrorism.
When the DPRK feels necessary to strike the U.S., it would not resort to such heinous terrorism in hiding.
The U.S. conservative forces should have felt ashamed of its behavior to tarnish the image of the DPRK, a full-fledged nuclear weapons state, through such mean practice. -0-
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Who Benefits from Tension on Korean Peninsula: KCNA Commentary

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Pyongyang, April 20 (KCNA) -- The U.S. and south Korea stated in public of their intentions to bring the situation on the Korean Peninsula under control by a diplomatic way amid the tension running high on the peninsula.
It will be very much satisfying if they took a politically bold decision for peace after admitting their responsibility for escalating tension on the peninsula.
The international community is skeptical about it.
The U.S. policy of directing focus on the Asia-Pacific region does not require the detente of tension on the Korean Peninsula.
The U.S. is now trying to give impression that it stands for restraining military actions and holding dialogue on the peninsula, a trick to deflect the attention of the international public opinion.
The tension rising on the peninsula favors the U.S. foreign policy for converting the political and military atmosphere in the Asia-Pacific region, strategic vantage area in the 21st century, absolutely favorable for it.
In other words, tension escalating on the peninsula under the simulated conditions of "contingency" is the most favorable for the U.S.
The U.S. and other hostile forces loudly assert that the escalating tensions help the DPRK get such political "gains" as "rallying of ranks". This is totally illogical.
It is the Korean nation which suffers most from the tension running high on the peninsula.
The DPRK's socialist construction with its ultimate goal for improving the standard of people's living and building a thriving nation has faced hurdles and Koreans have substantially been exposed to trials and hardships due to the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK.
The U.S. case is quite contrary to this.
Lately the U.S. massively introduced all kinds of ultra-modern military hardware under the pretext of coping with the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula. This has brought the U.S. great benefits of drastically beefing military deployment, pursuant to its strategy of directing focus on the Asia-Pacific region.
The U.S. sent strategic nuclear submarines, one of three strategic nuclear attack means, to waters off the Korean Peninsula and flied strategic bombers to the sky above the peninsula for nuclear bombing drills.
Still it is staging nuclear war exercises targeting the DPRK and sending nuclear carrier task force to operational waters off the peninsula.
The U.S. regards the present tensest situation as an opportunity for containing big powers in the Asia-Pacific region and intensifying stifling offensive against the DPRK.
The Korean Peninsula is a key link in the whole chain of the U.S. strategy for putting the Asia-Pacific under its control.
The U.S. stand is that "basic in the U.S. foreign policy in the 21st century is its policy to Asia, the Korean Peninsula being its main focus" and that "unless it has grip on the peninsula, it can not guarantee its absolute interests in Northeast Asia nor can it establish new international order and guarantee its dominating position and role."
That's why the U.S. is making hasty moves. It seeks to take the initiatives in the region and thus realize its world domination strategy in the new century. It cancelled the deployment of fourth-phase missile defence system in Europe under the pretext of coping with possible "missile attack" from the DPRK and decided to deploy 14 interceptor missiles in Alaska and the second radar in Japan and push forward redeployment of the missile defence system for building the third tunnel-type interceptor missile base in its mainland. By doing so, it has stepped up the preparations for rendering the strategic armed forces of big powers ineffective.
The U.S. forces stationed on Guam, at Darwin Port and in Diego Garcia base have secured a relatively stable strategic stronghold and monitored the development of situation in the Asia-Pacific region.
The U.S. has pushed forward the preparations for forming NATO of Asian version by drawing Japan and south Korea deep into its "security umbrella."
It also plans introducing task force from the U.S. mainland to the Korean Peninsula in case of contingency on it with Japan as a departure base.
In the past the U.S. used Okinawa Island as major U.S. miliary base. Now it has converted the whole Japanese Islands into a strategic vantage point for a preemptive attack.
To cope with the situation geared for the outbreak of a war on the Korean Peninsula, the U.S. navy set six Japanese ports as major ports namely Kagoshima, Nagasaki, Hakata, Shimonoseki, Niigata, Akita.
The U.S. arms and equipment in the region have been bulked up to the maximum level, far beyond that in Europe and Mideast.
The ultimate goal of Foal Eagle joint military exercises kicked off by the U.S. is to test in the peninsula all elements for realizing its strategy for domination of the Asia-Pacific region.
The war atmosphere that has been fanned up and persisted on the peninsula stemmed from the U.S. foreign and political purposes.
The world's biggest possessor of nukes U.S. is waging nuclear strike drill against the DPRK. The latter, also a nuclear weapons state, is thus compelled not to remain an onlooker to it.
No one can vouch that exchange of fire will not spill over into an actual war.
Will the U.S. be able to have a complacent smile of satisfaction at that time? -0-
can almost see this as a rock opera, Shame Queen is not around

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posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 12:16 AM
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Point noted. Better hope whatever rocket or missile is fired stays within N.K. airspace boundaries. TPTB are watching and ready - waiting to pick off anything the moment it strays from N.K. territory.
And then?
Guess the world will see if he runs and cowers or puffs out his lill chest in defiance.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 12:25 AM
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Kim seems to be throwing a little fit for attention whenever he drops off the international headlines in the recent couple months. The Boston thing upstaged him and then Syria is starting to warm a little...another matter that comes before Dear Leader. He must be stomping up and down like a child by now.

Personally, I'm rather sick of his tirades. I wish the Chinese would just shoot him and put him out of our misery ...or perhaps he ought to shoot a missile at this point so they can do it with good cause. I notice though, the moment it *CAN* settle down? Russia is helping us on Boston, China is worried about it's finances and bubbles while Japan is ..well, concerned about being Japan in a challenging neighborhood all around.

Kim is the only one who seems to give two hoots about anything related to himself. So..It's fast narrowing down the issues here and it seems we have just one, the more times goes by to prove it. One whiny little kid that can't hack being a leader. That is a problem WITH a solution. If only he'll act out a bit more.

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posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 02:05 AM
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They test fire the missile, and then building, which has not been hit by it collapse, then you going to have war with NK. Deja vu, anybody ?!



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 03:00 AM
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it think the DPRK has made a statement of war here is the post I made in an other thread www.abovetopsecret.com... I believe it is a official statement from Pyongyang, have only seen 2 before this one. but they were of no real issue. this one is.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 03:05 AM
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that or from when you mix Ritalin with Prozac, and drink rice wine on top of that , or a night out with the "Rod Man" I do not think Un has recuperated yet, just think what Un would be like if Zappa was still around , oh that gave me the shivers, just thinking about that.

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posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 03:45 AM
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Frankly what do people expect? If the US and SK is going to play war games against NK, then they are just going to respond in the same way, invited or not.

The trick for getting through this wall is too look at it like a mirror. If you go in full of hate and anger, that is all you are going to get out of it.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 05:07 AM
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Originally posted by bekod
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it think the DPRK has made a statement of war here is the post I made in an other thread www.abovetopsecret.com... I believe it is a official statement from Pyongyang, have only seen 2 before this one. but they were of no real issue. this one is.



In a third paragraph, it says something about "Godzilla invoice" - I'm sorry, I stopped reading after that. Not because I was scared, what NK will use trained Godzilla against the USofA, but simply couldn't trust the translation after, which is mostly gibberish anyway. Sorry.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 05:17 AM
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Honestly maybe this is staged too, wouldn't an attack from NK justify full on martial law for you? I am really worried about the general American public, I see a civil war brewing.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 05:50 AM
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Most of the military discussions are showmanship gibberish, Godzilla basically means an arms race. You may think with China changing teams overnight that this suddenly relinquishes all bonds that NK has with its neighbors. Do you think NK would have got nukes if China, Russia and other global industrialists did not want them to have them? There has been an a lot of pressure for NK to give up its nukes, but still it got over the line and has the technology.

Now we can either live in fairy land and pretend the US is overlord supreme ruler of the world or get on with reality. The US does have a voice, but as it lacks reason it also lacks volume.
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posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 05:53 AM
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This has been standard operating procedure for the past 60 years, don't get too stresses about it.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 06:03 AM
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It may have been building for the last 60 years but we just witnessed action with regard to the shutdown in Boston and martial law actually being implemented implying furthering this operation process even more. More attacks and more martial law are coming, my bet and don't worry Australia will follow suit.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 06:14 AM
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If NK does launch a missile that goes outside it's hellhole terriotory then I suspect the Chinese will be happy to oblige Un with a few firecrackers. The Chinese has lost all patience with NK and i suspect will back USA and the Allies in this and may well go into NK themselves and sort things out. The world has had enough of NK on ALL sides of the political spectrum.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 06:18 AM
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But again, NK has allies, this will open a wider war, Iran has already stated they will defend NK militarily, it will open the pandoras box to unknown allegiances and ties.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 07:07 AM
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You really think this is action, try living in Iraq for the past ten years.

But sure, America has its problems and the forecast for more hostilities as the US engages in self serving international action is going to become more dire. The cities here in Australia might cope a flogging, but there are still aboriginal tribes untouched by western influence here. Basically, the world goes with what works, if the US want to be a pain in ass about things then it reaps what it sows. If the US does have a bright and moral future for us then we will follow.
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posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 07:12 AM
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China has not raised much concern about missile tests in the past, it may take a more proactive approach with US pressure, but when push comes to shove China is going to look at who and why is doing the shoving first before reacting. They are inline to become the worlds next supper power and as such they do need to act responsibility to conflict. Otherwise if they abuse this power someone else will come along to take it.





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