JUST NOW : North Korea Announces Standby For War! warns U.S. of 'horrible disaster'

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posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 12:05 AM
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Little Kim is well mannered. When adults are busy ( like Syria crisis ) he is waiting silently untill adults has time to hear him out... It´s just attention seeking




posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 12:16 AM
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Reuters: NBA Ambassador to North Korea, Dennis Rodman was quoted today, saying "It's all coup, mang. It's all cooo. Jong Un just wigglin his chicken stick some mo. Tryin get the O-zone clear, yo." Mr. Rodman made the statement, today, while signing autographs in PyongYang at the new Popeye's location downtown.



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 12:16 AM
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Yup I agree I think the shut down was a planned strategic action right before the shut down the government sent an extremely large sum of money to the US military



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 12:18 AM
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Without sounding like a complete nymphomaniac they are all in Bed with One another with 1 (ONE) agenda One World Order and we are the herpes.

False Flag all the way around -Hold the fort down people SHI_! Is coming –Of course many suspected this.

Wow did a woman just say that… truth be told

Trinity

Cheesy you are Unique~



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 12:34 AM
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yea well it just take one match to light a fuse one of thees times he is going to and no one will be watching till Seoul is a pile of ashes, DMZ is over run and Un says we have a one nation Korea, well what is left of it
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posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 12:42 AM
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Ah, *yawn*, fool me once...
Anyway, should be more worried about a FF stemming from NK threats than actual NK threats.



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 12:42 AM
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Cheesy, all the worlds a stage, and the script is written according to the needs of the bankers......
Nothing is for real.....deadly maybe, for real well, not really......peace brother...........s



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 12:54 AM
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The replies on this thread are hilarious. S. Korea is one of the worlds largest economies and one of Americas best allies. America would decimate N. Korea faster than you can say Iraq and they would most likely be absorbed by S. Korea. N. Korea doesn't even have food as it is to feed their army much less mobilize them. It would be a huge win for the world and humanity if N. Korean leaders made the mistake of engaging America.
The replies on this thread shows you how delusional some people really are, take a look at the world maps lit up at night N. Korea is a black hole. Everybody is home but that lights aren't on.
Its not the same situation where there would be senseless religious extremist fighting. Its not an unstable region.
Its amazing how many people on here believe they are always ONE month away from being in a FEMA camp. When N. Korea really does have millions in these types of camps. They would rather believe in some delusional fantasy that would pertain to them than have any kind of empathy for others who are living in horrific conditions.



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 12:55 AM
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Kangaruex4Ewe

tamusan
Finally, I am starting to strongly believe a temporary shutdown is likely a planned strategic action.


I could not agree with you more on your above statement. The why's of it can be argued all day.... BUT I do agree with this 100%.
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This whole past year has been one big wool pulling. Closing down White House tours due to the sequester is one of two things: 1. they are upgrading security and tech, possibly bunker type stuff and don't want anyone to see what is going on, or 2. there are some major dealings with TPTB and they don't want anyone to see who is coming and going.

So the govt shutdown being part of a larger strategy is a given. Maybe its tied to NK and/or Syria, or it is something even bigger, perhaps with China and/or Russia. It might be all 4 being that Syria seems to be Russia's current favorite pet and NK has always been China's pet. At this point I'm almost hoping for an alien invasion that will galvanize all of humanity and put aside our petty greed and power trips.



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 01:09 AM
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SasquatchHunter
The replies on this thread are hilarious. S. Korea is one of the worlds largest economies and one of Americas best allies. America would decimate N. Korea faster than you can say Iraq and they would most likely be absorbed by S. Korea. N. Korea doesn't even have food as it is to feed their army much less mobilize them. It would be a huge win for the world and humanity if N. Korean leaders made the mistake of engaging America.
The replies on this thread shows you how delusional some people really are, take a look at the world maps lit up at night N. Korea is a black hole. Everybody is home but that lights aren't on.
Its not the same situation where there would be senseless religious extremist fighting. Its not an unstable region.
Its amazing how many people on here believe they are always ONE month away from being in a FEMA camp. When N. Korea really does have millions in these types of camps. They would rather believe in some delusional fantasy that would pertain to them than have any kind of empathy for others who are living in horrific conditions.



1. Most of the world could learn something from NK in regards to the lights. Yes their reasons for no lights is because of energy shortages, but that has forced them into conservation which is what the rest of should be doing voluntarily. It sickens me to walk down the streets of our cities (which I have done all over the country) and see every damned light on in a house/building with nobody around.

2. Don't be so sure that NK would be a cake walk to deal with militarily. They may, or may not have the technological advancements but they do have a very large, very loyal, very brainwashed Army full of hardliners that'll fight to the bitter end. Their contemporary and historical culture is steeped in national/racial pride and they have always fought even when there is no hope. And they've been conditioned to believe that one day the evil outside world would come after them, so they expect it at some point anyway. The entire country is loaded with landmines, their waters loaded with mines, and who knows what other anti-invasion preps they've implemented. Point being it would be slow moving, bloody and last waaay longer than most expect. Then of course, they have nukes and in desperation the hardline military leaders just might push the button rather than give up their power.



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 01:15 AM
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Well my guess is that North Korea is not really being threatened by the U.S., but is using the Navy ships in their rhetoric because they are taking advantage of our budget crisis.



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 01:22 AM
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well kcna is back here is the link
www.kcna.kp... and from the link

U.S. Warned of Disastrous Consequences to Be Entailed by Nuclear Strike Means of Its Forces

Korean / English / Chinese / Spanish / Japanese
Pyongyang, October 8 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the General Staff of the Korean People's Army released the following statement on Monday:
The situation on the Korean Peninsula is now getting strained again though the tension had been defused thanks to the patient efforts on the part of the DPRK.
This is entirely attributable to the persistent anti-DPRK military confrontation of the U.S. and Japanese aggressors and south Korean puppet forces.

As already reported, the nuclear-powered carrier strike group of the navy of the U.S. imperialist aggression forces entered Pusan Port again at dawn of October 4. It participated in the DPRK-targeted joint naval maneuvers which had been under way secretly in the East Sea of Korea since September 30.
This strike group is made up of the U.S. super-large nuclear-powered carrier George Washington with at least 100 nuclear bombs aboard, many guided-missile destroyers, cruisers, submarines and escort warships, etc.

It is reported that the strike group will get involved in the DPRK-targeted large-scale joint naval strike maneuvers in the South Sea of Korea from Tuesday together with warship groups of the Japanese aggression forces and south Korean puppet navy.

Now the U.S. imperialists are openly advertising that the drills to be staged with the aircraft carrier task force as an axis are a planned military offensive to pressurize the DPRK in a bid to deter its possible "provocations" including nuclear test and missile launch and lead it to "changes" desired by them.
This clearly proves that the remarks of such high-ranking officials of the U.S. Obama administration as the secretary of State that the U.S. neither pursues a hostile policy towards the DPRK nor has the will to attack it are sheer lies.

The gravity of the situation is that all these military moves are timed to coincide with the adoption of the "tailored deterrence strategy" presupposing a preemptive strike at the DPRK between the master and its servant.
In this connection, the units of all services and army corps level of the KPA received an emergency order from its supreme command on October 5 to reexamine the operation plans already ratified by it and keep themselves fully ready to promptly launch operations any time, watching with high vigilance every move of the U.S. and Japanese aggressors and the puppet forces.

The U.S. should bear in mind that the more frequently and the deeper its imperialist aggression forces' nuclear strike means including the nuclear carrier enter the air above the vicinity of the Korean Peninsula and waters off it, the more unpredictable disasters their actions will cause.
The U.S. will be wholly accountable for the unexpected horrible disaster to be met by its imperialist aggression forces' nuclear strike means as it is deploying them regardless of the time.

In this regard the DPRK invariably holds that if the U.S. administration stands for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and is interested in the peace and security in the region, the U.S., not the DPRK, should make a decision to move first.

Because it is none other than the U.S. which adopted an extremely hostile policy toward the DPRK, spawned the nuclear issue on the peninsula and has posed a constant nuclear threat to it.
The U.S. should bear in mind that the Korean people and army are highly alerted to promptly and confidently cope and foil blatant provocations of any hostile forces in the world with its own powerful military muscle. -0-
that is if they have the food to do so , so far they do not . but a starving man will do the unexpected.



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 01:24 AM
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if Un does make it a hot war, it might be a good thing it might put an end to the bickering going on in DC, and think of the jobs it would make



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 01:34 AM
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Sad how people talk about war as if its a TV show.

Well at least it may answer one question, everyone has been speculating for years.

If a "Rogue" nation did actually launch a Nuclear Warhead ICBM at another country, would.............

The Aliens (Nordics) or tall whites disarm it?, as has been speculated since the 1960s missile silo ufo's.

Will the Underground base Aliens (Greys) intervene to prevent a catastrophe?.

Would the descendants of the Dinosaurs..the subterranean Saurans, rise up to prevent a destruction of what is, in effect, their Planet too?.

Would the future Human time travellers, also use their tech to avert a disaster (covertly of course...the time paradox you know)...as they know Human Earth history better than us.?

Considering there has been no aggressive use of a nuclear weapons since, you know who, bombed the poop out of Japan in 1945.......this is treading upon new frontiers.

UFOs disarming missile silos, UFOs tracked by camera crews shooting down missiles tested ...and observing missile tests.

Might be a good excuse just to fire a couple off, and see what happens?

No,, thats crazy......



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 01:58 AM
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bekod
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if Un does make it a hot war, it might be a good thing it might put an end to the bickering going on in DC, and think of the jobs it would make


I figure we are probably headed for a hot war, that is kind of what usually happens after gigantic economic slumps like this one - but there are other factors like global interdependence and society falling apart everywhere, I mean I'm not entirely convinced our own country is holding up at all right now.



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 02:19 AM
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LowTechRedneck

SasquatchHunter
The replies on this thread are hilarious. S. Korea is one of the worlds largest economies and one of Americas best allies. America would decimate N. Korea faster than you can say Iraq and they would most likely be absorbed by S. Korea. N. Korea doesn't even have food as it is to feed their army much less mobilize them. It would be a huge win for the world and humanity if N. Korean leaders made the mistake of engaging America.
The replies on this thread shows you how delusional some people really are, take a look at the world maps lit up at night N. Korea is a black hole. Everybody is home but that lights aren't on.
Its not the same situation where there would be senseless religious extremist fighting. Its not an unstable region.
Its amazing how many people on here believe they are always ONE month away from being in a FEMA camp. When N. Korea really does have millions in these types of camps. They would rather believe in some delusional fantasy that would pertain to them than have any kind of empathy for others who are living in horrific conditions.



1. Most of the world could learn something from NK in regards to the lights. Yes their reasons for no lights is because of energy shortages, but that has forced them into conservation which is what the rest of should be doing voluntarily. It sickens me to walk down the streets of our cities (which I have done all over the country) and see every damned light on in a house/building with nobody around.

2. Don't be so sure that NK would be a cake walk to deal with militarily. They may, or may not have the technological advancements but they do have a very large, very loyal, very brainwashed Army full of hardliners that'll fight to the bitter end. Their contemporary and historical culture is steeped in national/racial pride and they have always fought even when there is no hope. And they've been conditioned to believe that one day the evil outside world would come after them, so they expect it at some point anyway. The entire country is loaded with landmines, their waters loaded with mines, and who knows what other anti-invasion preps they've implemented. Point being it would be slow moving, bloody and last waaay longer than most expect. Then of course, they have nukes and in desperation the hardline military leaders just might push the button rather than give up their power.


Perfect exqmples of delusions.

1. The world should be just like N. Korea and a very elite few should be the only ones with power as in electricity. Isn't this number one fear of conspiracists?
B. So no one was around at night when all these lights were on? Oh wait except for you, who apparently loves to walk around at night and probably benefits from the ability to see because lights are on.
2. They don't have any resources as I have already pointed out in my first post. What little infrastructure they do have would be obliterated by air strikes in the blink of an eye. They would be completely cutoff from any outside aid whatsoever if they engaged America or S. Korea. They don't have any natural resources, or FOOD or infrastructure.
Because they have a terrible Regime that doesn't mind starving and brainwashing their citizens if you can call them that to stay in power.



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 02:30 AM
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It's Little Kim season again already?



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 02:39 AM
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Lil Kim must be running out of food again, so he needs to stamp his feet and make his war cry so the international community provides him with aid for sustenance, if you ask me he could stand to lose a few pounds so to hell with it make him wait....

on a more serious note, he has been quiet for a while now and that in itself is rather disconcerting but then again i am a paranoid member of the tin foil hat club so it could be my over the top personality that makes me feel that way

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posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 03:18 AM
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Kangaruex4Ewe
Obviously we are looking weak enough for Baby Boy Un to threaten again. He won't be the only one to do it if we keep going the way we are. We can not handle ourselves at this moment...let alone an invasion. If anyone thinks that there IS NOT ONE SOUL/COUNTRY just waiting for an opportunity they are bat shiite crazy IMO. We look like a hot mess right now and somebody will be more than willing to help "clean up". If it's not Un, we still have a line behind him.
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It will not be him that's for sure haha.

He's not that dumb. Just because we're having some issues right now does NOT mean that if we are threatened..we won't strike back. Fat boy is a smack talker,that's about it.Nothing to worry about!



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 03:25 AM
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stirling
Cheesy, all the worlds a stage, and the script is written according to the needs of the bankers......
Nothing is for real.....deadly maybe, for real well, not really......peace brother...........s
Yes I know..All the head master is Bankers,Tq Sir..they keep playing on us..





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