N.K. Has Nukes On Missiles!

Discussion in 'Politics' started by pspr, Apr 12, 2013.

  1. pspr


    Well, this is a fine howdy doody. And our Sec. Of State, John Kerry, once called our anti-missile defense a "Cancer on Our Nation's Defense."

    The results of a classified Defense Intelligence Agency report indicate that “North Korea now has nuclear weapons capable of delivery by ballistic missiles.”

    It came when Rep. Doug Lamborn (R) of Colorado began quoting from what he said was an unclassified version of the DIA report, which has not yet been made public.

    Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey, the nation’s top military officer, appeared caught off-guard. The Pentagon has in recent days sought to strike a balance between words of warning to the North and attempts to calm the situation. General Dempsey's reaction suggested that he was not pleased to have the DIA assessment made public, as it could further stoke anxieties over what is already a enormously tense international standoff.

    Representative Lamborn read from the report toward the end of a defense budget hearing.

    “They say, ‘DIA assess with moderate confidence the North currently has nuclear weapons capable of delivery by ballistic missiles. However, the reliability will be low.’ General, would you agree with that assessment by DIA?” he asked

  2. pspr


    N.K. ready to nuke Japan!

    In a commentary carried by the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), the communist country lashed out at Tokyo’s standing orders to destroy any missile heading toward Japan, threatening such actions will result in a nuclear attack against the island nation.

    If Japan executes its threat to shoot down any North Korean missile, such a “provocative” intervention would see Tokyo — an enormous conurbation of 30 million people — “consumed in nuclear flames”, KCNA warned.

    “Japan is always in the cross-hairs of our revolutionary army and if Japan makes a slightest move, the spark of war will touch Japan first,” the report added.

    An official at Japan’s defence ministry said that the country “will take every possible measure to respond to any scenario”, while the US Secretary of State John Kerry warned that a North Korean missile launch would be a “huge mistake”.

    “The rhetoric that we are hearing from North Korea is simply unacceptable by any standards,” he told a news conference in Seoul alongside South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-Se.

    “The United States, South Korea and the entire international community… are all united in the fact that North Korea will not be accepted as a nuclear power,” Kerry added.However, the North has declared it is “confident of final victory” against its enemies.

    “The enemies should know that it is the era of the great Marshal Kim Jong Un, leader of the most powerful country and invincible great Paektusan nation,” KCNA stated.

    “The DPRK has won victories in confrontation with the U.S. in spirit and is waging an all-out action with it, with confidence in final victory.”

    The torrent of war cries is seen outside Pyongyang as an effort to raise fears and pressure Seoul and Washington into changing their North Korea policies, and to show the North Korean people that their young leader is strong enough to stand up to powerful foes.

    South Korea fears Pyongyang could launch now launch multiple missiles after weeks of threats, according to local reports.

    Observers believe a launch is most likely in the build-up to Monday’s anniversary of the birth of late founder Kim Il-Sung, for which celebrations are already well under way in Pyongyang.

    The Korean Peninsula has “been reduced to the biggest nuclear hotspot in the world”, the North said in more fiery rhetoric today, “making the outbreak of a nuclear war on this land unavoidable.”

    The reclusive state is dedicated to “defending the sovereignty and dignity of the country with its own strike mode and means,” it said.

    “No force on earth can block the just cause of the army and people of the DPRK,” the chilling message concluded.

  3. http://in.reuters.com/article/2013/04/07/korea-north-tension-china-idINDEE93604A20130407
    China warns against "troublemaking" on Korean peninsula
    BEIJING/SEOUL | Sun Apr 7, 2013 8:21pm IST

    Chinese President Xi Jinping, addressing a forum on the southern island of Hainan, did not name North Korea but said no country "should be allowed to throw a region and even the whole world into chaos for selfish gain".

    Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi expressed similar frustration in a statement late on Saturday, relating a telephone conversation with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

    "We oppose provocative words and actions from any party in the region and do not allow trouble making on China's doorstep," Wang said
  4. LEAPup


    I've said it before, and will say it again. A well placed round is what's needed here. Preferably a .50 cal that blows the bad haircut, little fat bastard into two pieces.
  5. pspr


    I think they have reported that the missiles N.K. has ready to fire are on it's east coast. That being the case, there is nowhere for them to fire these missiles without going toward or over Japan or South Korea.

    So, either they don't fire them or they can expect them to be shot down.
  6. LEAPup


    Just like his sick daddy, the shakedown continues. If he doesn't get some $$$ as we all know how well socialism works (take a look at NK's "economy"), he might just pull something.

    That's all we need is a nuke incident with the spineless, black Jimmy Carter at the wheel.:(
  7. pspr


    Kim Il Something's (the grandpa) birthday is Monday (Sunday evening here) so if something is going to happen it will probably happen then.

    I can see a nuke going off and Obama telling Hagel and Kerry to just take care of it and don't call him while he's on the golf course.
  8. LEAPup


    Yes, can you only imagine that damned thing hitting Tokyo?:eek:

    Maybe odickhead will have his little buddy, ex drug dealer rapper zayzee make an official statement.

  9. He's not the only POS who deserves a .50 cal.
  10. LEAPup


    So so true...
    #10     Apr 12, 2013