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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #25 on: March 09, 2013, 07:21:07 am »
If you guys are going to talk about NK's nuclear weapons, missiles, etc., then at least get some links to what you are talking about and please provide FACTS.   >:(
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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #26 on: March 09, 2013, 09:52:13 am »
NK have got their head in the clouds, in my opinion, this is just another one of their silly fantasies that will most likely never come. they need to cut down on the brainwashing, they are stuck in their own fantasy world, i feel kinda sorry for them sometimes, cause they have been so brainwashed.
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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #27 on: March 09, 2013, 02:41:27 pm »
NK have got their head in the clouds, in my opinion, this is just another one of their silly fantasies that will most likely never come. they need to cut down on the brainwashing, they are stuck in their own fantasy world, i feel kinda sorry for them sometimes, cause they have been so brainwashed.

Thank you! This is the point we were trying to make earlier. The fact that NK even thought that they could launch a nuclear weapon without receiving global retaliation is so unrealistic and ridiculous that we couldn't help but laugh at them. We don't think anyone really got that, so we're just pointing it out. And there really is no way NK could ever get away with it anyway. Nuclear defense in the U.S, the fact that even China is drawing away from them as allies, and the fact that the entire U.N is sanctioning them and otherwise being unsupportive to them, and Pyongyang (because it really is just him who is making these threats) still thinks he has power? We don't think so. Like we said earlier, he's just like a little kid who is throwing a tantrum because he isn't the biggest fish in the sea. And the fact that a leader if a nation is acting like that is all too funny to us. Sorry for the rambling, but if that's what it takes to make our point, then fine by us.  (:

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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #28 on: March 17, 2013, 03:33:37 pm »
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Thank you! This is the point we were trying to make earlier. The fact that NK even thought that they could launch a nuclear weapon without receiving global retaliation is so unrealistic and ridiculous that we couldn't help but laugh at them. We don't think anyone really got that, so we're just pointing it out. And there really is no way NK could ever get away with it anyway. Nuclear defense in the U.S, the fact that even China is drawing away from them as allies, and the fact that the entire U.N is sanctioning them and otherwise being unsupportive to them, and Pyongyang (because it really is just him who is making these threats) still thinks he has power? We don't think so. Like we said earlier, he's just like a little kid who is throwing a tantrum because he isn't the biggest fish in the sea. And the fact that a leader if a nation is acting like that is all too funny to us. Sorry for the rambling, but if that's what it takes to make our point, then fine by us. 

I was talking with my sergeant about this yesterday, and although i said that they were stuck in their own fantasy, he said that throughout history, the people stuck in their own fantasies are most likely to do things, kinda like how hitler more or less fulfilled his fantasy. BUT, he did agree that the chances of them ever being able are very slim and most importantly, that he (and me too) thinks that this is just kim jong un's way of solidifying his position as leader of NK, and making himself look tough to the majority of the north korean people he has brainwashed, as in to say, "Look at me, i am so tough i would destroy america at the drop of a hat, you will all obey me"

Also, he knows as well as all of us that After nuclear war, there is DEFINITELY no going back! (i for one love post apocalyptia, but i would much rather the fallout universe, stays in the fallout universe.) Hope this made sense.  ;)
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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #29 on: March 17, 2013, 08:34:44 pm »
All I can say is, be aware at least of the unexpected things...I do not think it is wise to denounce what one sees as not probable.  

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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #30 on: March 17, 2013, 08:50:29 pm »
We aren't saying that the threat doesn't exist, or that it won't happen. For all we know, NK is already preparing a missile for launch right now. All we are saying is that Pyongyang is so convinced that he can have an absolute victory that his efforts are becoming laughable. The statement "I am going to launch a nuclear weapon at your nation's capitol" doesn't pull much weight when you stop to consider nuclear defense systems and the fact that the U.S. can send missiles to NK in return. No one supports them, and they still think they can win. It's a really sad truth, in all honesty, but you can't think of that when they are threatening you.

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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #31 on: April 11, 2013, 01:04:34 am »
So it looks like North Korea is really serious this time and are definitely maybe going to launch a somewhat missile to the US or somewhere perhaps definitely tomorrow or the next day or especially for sure this time some other day that is very close before April 15th....sea of fire....American scum....all that, so..........beware.

This is a definite probability so watch out.

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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #32 on: April 11, 2013, 08:23:05 am »
So it looks like North Korea is really serious this time and are definitely maybe going to launch a somewhat missile to the US or somewhere perhaps definitely tomorrow or the next day or especially for sure this time some other day that is very close before April 15th....sea of fire....American scum....all that, so..........beware.

This is a definite probability so watch out.

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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #33 on: April 11, 2013, 01:59:08 pm »
you all make fun of them, and you all are dismissing the possibility, what you don't realize is that no matter how little the risk is, you should always accept it as a risk and proceed with caution

north korea has had nuclear power generation in the past, they used breeder reactors (for those of you that don't know, breeder reactors take non-fissionable uranium(which most uranium is) and turns it into weapons (or power plant) grade plutonium)
they were participants of a UN program that monitors the use and transport of nuclear materials, but they withdrew and now are doing god knows what with their plutonium

weapons grade fissionable matter is worth more than any other raw material on earth, they could be trading it to the middle east for cash, using that to build a better missile that we have not found yet, also they know about the patriot defense system and are likely to launch it closer in order to bypass that.

A 19 YEAR OLD KID THOUGHT OF THIS AND YOU ARE TELLING ME THAT A SEASONED MILITARY GENERAL CANNOT FILL IN THE BLANKS?!

besides, it didn't look like the colonists could beat the english, but it happened didn't it?
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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #34 on: April 11, 2013, 04:14:22 pm »
Yes but why should we worry or even really care? it may sound stupid and naive, but there is nothing you or i can do about it, and if it were to happen, there is still nothing we could do about it. besides, they aren't stupid or big headed enough to do it, even they know that once its done, there is no going back, and that they would most definitely be near vaporized in retaliation. nuclear war is damn near permanent, and death is forever. (Hope this didn't sound dismissive or arrogant, that wasn't the intention ;))
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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #35 on: April 11, 2013, 04:30:38 pm »
if there is enough public awareness and concern that this may indeed be the very real possibility that it is, coming from the civilian sector, then the national sector will look into it, even if only to dismiss the possibility to ensure that this does not cause trouble and reassure the civilians, bringing into play the good possibility of the un taking a closer look as well, increasing the chances of exterminating the threat before it can become a reality

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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #36 on: April 11, 2013, 04:40:17 pm »
But what if they knew that they were definitely going to be attacked by NK, the government would most definitely keep it hush hush.
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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #37 on: April 11, 2013, 05:21:52 pm »
true, but the more attention it gains, the more likely they will take it seriously
the more serious they are the more effort goes into looking
the more effort goes into looking, the harder it will be to hide
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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #38 on: April 11, 2013, 05:24:44 pm »
BREAKING NEWS:

Kim Jong Un has his finger on the button!  Missile launch eminent (maybe)!

EDIT: CNN UPDATE!!

Sources say Kim Jong Un actually has his foot on the button, contrary to a recent tweet saying he had his finger on the button.  

Photograph by CNN iReporter KimJongUnIsNumberOne





Also, I just read this hilarious comment on CNN...pretty much sums up all the news stories about North Korea in the past few days. :D

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"Missile is in firing position" followed up by these headlines for the rest of the day -

"Ground launch team eating a sandwich"
"Launch control pressing some buttons"
"Kim Jong tours the upright missile"
"Group has photo op in front of upright missile"
"Ground launch team takes a break"
"Launch control reading over paperwork"
"Maintenance team shows up on site of upright missile"
"Maintenance team takes a break"
"CNN DIsqus makes fun of whole process"
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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #39 on: April 11, 2013, 06:29:31 pm »
And the benefits of sending it over Canada is that it will not spend a lengthy amount of time over the Pacific (over which we detonate and test weapons all the time), but spend more time over populated ground, making people more hesitant to attempt to stop it.  The most they could do is evacuate the area.

I seriously doubt anyone would be hesitant to stop it; a bit of scattered radioactive material where it's destroyed would be far less significant than the successfully detonated warhead(s).



Also, I hope the OP realizes Pyongyang is a city, not a person.
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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #40 on: April 11, 2013, 09:07:16 pm »
Also, I hope the OP realizes Pyongyang is a city, not a person.

Yeah, we caught on to that finally...  :-[  Sorry about that.

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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #41 on: April 11, 2013, 09:16:29 pm »
Also, I hope the OP realizes Pyongyang is a city, not a person.

Yeah, we caught on to that finally...  :-[  Sorry about that.

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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #42 on: April 14, 2013, 09:33:44 pm »
Maybe i'm just weird,  but my opinion tends to be that maybe if we didn't run war simulations on their doorstep with bombers outfitted to carry nuclear weapons,  or do things like prevent them from using what is currently the most effective power technology and tell them what kind of weapons and military they can or can not have,  they might not feel like retaliating.

I mean let's face it.  If any other country in the world started running war simulations that legitimately looked like attack patterns incoming towards the USA every single time with aircraft capable of dropping atomic bombs....  I think we would probably respond with threats,  or even the destruction of anything that got too close.  Why is it a surprise when they do it?  It makes perfect sense.


Now if,  on the other paw,  we did our best to facilitate and open up trade with north Korea like we did with Japan,  and China (which both had some interest in destroying us at one point and one of which even tried) Perhaps relations would become more peaceful as they became more dependent on the international community.
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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #43 on: April 15, 2013, 02:31:51 am »
I mean let's face it.  If any other country in the world started running war simulations that legitimately looked like attack patterns incoming towards the USA every single time with aircraft capable of dropping atomic bombs....  I think we would probably respond with threats,  or even the destruction of anything that got too close.  Why is it a surprise when they do it?  It makes perfect sense.

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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #44 on: April 28, 2013, 09:48:52 am »
I know this is kinda old news but if North Korea trys to attack us we will wipe them off the face of the Earth. It sucks but it would happen.
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« Reply #45 on: April 28, 2013, 09:53:16 am »
I know this is kinda old news but if North Korea trys to attack us we will wipe them off the face of the Earth. It sucks but it would happen.

no we wouldn't americas foreign policy has become far too soft
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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #46 on: June 03, 2013, 06:39:28 am »
I heard someone say "North Korea is saying they'll nuke the U.S and before the U.S has been saying 'Oh, Well pay you not to ;)' but now it's getting annoying so the U.S is saying 'If you nuke us we'll pound you into the ground" I might have replaced a few swears in there :P
But those North Korean leaders and dictators should really just give up, or see what happens if they nuke the U.S. The U.S and her allies will probably assassinate the leaders or declare WWIII.
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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #47 on: June 12, 2013, 06:33:46 pm »
AAAAND CUT!  i deny reality.  i completely and utterly ignore this stuff, ignorance is bliss after all!  if i get nuked today, at least i didn't spend all my time terrified about it and wasn't able to enjoy my last few days of existence!  call me stupid, and guess what? i'll agree with you! i just try to be happy, and to me, all that matters is that i keep from killing myself, because that's what everybody seems to expect me to do.  yeah, i have depression, judge me, i'm used to it. 

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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #48 on: June 12, 2013, 06:38:36 pm »
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Re: North Korea Nuclear Threat
« Reply #49 on: June 12, 2013, 07:11:12 pm »
i don't worry about these things, and honestly i don't care as much as i probably should.  at least i'm (relatively) happy with life.