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Mr. Mike

The BMD ships are in place, and on station..Japan and USA..but it is still a tense situation.

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1 hour ago, Mr. Mike said:

The BMD ships are in place, and on station..Japan and USA..but it is still a tense situation.

They were in place over a decade ago. They were sent to the region for this purpose replacing ships without this technology, all the testing was completed for this exact purpose. Presidents proclaimed that NK firing over or near Japan would be deemed an act of war and we would retaliate by shooting down their missles, yet nothing has been done even when our ships were deployed from Japan to NK for this exact purpose.

WTF?

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It's also "interesting" that 2 such ships have had major collisions during the time that this recent NK problem has been going on the past few months. In over 20 years these ships have never had this happen yet twice in 2 months they've just randomly had major collisions with much larger ships.

Strange Days.

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2 hours ago, the.lone.gunman said:

China is playing a double game. They endorse sanctions but don't enforce them. China loves that N.Korea stirs up the shit, China has been supporting them and paying them to do so for 60 years. Anything that annoys the US  is good for China.

That's because China also don't like the war exercises the US are doing over there.

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agent17
4 hours ago, lamoe said:

Yes they are training for eventual war with a country lead by a insane man who probably will have nuclear weapons systems  capabilities soon and very willing to use them

They are developing their nukes because the think the Americans are getting ready to invade them.  Isn't that the reason for the war exercise they've been doing every year?  After what they saw happened in Panama, Iraq, and Afghanistan, it will be their turn soon.

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1 minute ago, agent17 said:

That's because China also don't like the war exercises the US are doing over there.

Perhaps if N. Korea stopped its insane BS  S.Korea and the US wouldn't feel the need to do the war exercises. 

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15 minutes ago, agent17 said:

They are developing their nukes because the think the Americans are getting ready to invade them.  Isn't that the reason for the war exercise they've been doing every year?  After what they saw happened in Panama, Iraq, and Afghanistan, it will be their turn soon.

Because we've been "getting ready to invade them" since 1953, right? :blink::rolleyes:

And isn't it interesting that somehow they've increased their capability from dropping lead into the Sea Of Japan for the past 2 decades to somehow being capable of launching into the interior of the US in the past few months? I'm sure that China isn't involved though, right?

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A_Simple_Man
3 hours ago, Derick said:

Looking at it from every angle there seems to be just one solution can't Nuke em Can't fight them in conventional war.

Every angle?  How about EMP devices to wipe out their missile capabilities and communications and put them back in the stone age?  And how about doing it before they realize they could develop that technology and use it first.  Nukes and conventional are old Skool or such is my opinion, fueled by science fiction movies and disaster predictions.  :cool:

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1 hour ago, agent17 said:

They are developing their nukes because the think the Americans are getting ready to invade them.  Isn't that the reason for the war exercise they've been doing every year?  After what they saw happened in Panama, Iraq, and Afghanistan, it will be their turn soon.

Bullshit. Everything military in South Korea (both ROK and US) is set up for defense. Somehow, people tend to forget that at least once a year since 1953, North Korea has threatened to attack South Korea. There are NO plans to attack North Korea. South Korea would be a huge loser if such a war was to ever be fought again, even if they are the eventual winner. North Korea keeps its general populace poor and well-indoctrinated, so they feel they have little to lose. The North Koreans know exactly why the are exercises every year in South Korea, and they would rather see all US forces withdrawn, so defenses will be reduced and they can really attack South Korea.

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29 minutes ago, Headshot said:

Bullshit. Everything military in South Korea (both ROK and US) is set up for defense. Somehow, people tend to forget that at least once a year since 1953, North Korea has threatened to attack South Korea. There are NO plans to attack North Korea. South Korea would be a huge loser if such a war was to ever be fought again, even if they are the eventual winner. North Korea keeps its general populace poor and well-indoctrinated, so they feel they have little to lose. The North Koreans know exactly why the are exercises every year in South Korea, and they would rather see all US forces withdrawn, so defenses will be reduced and they can really attack South Korea.

What? Pentagon has no plan to attack NK? Somebody's getting fired soon.

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1 hour ago, RR3 said:

What? Pentagon has no plan to attack NK?

NOT based on any joint military exercises between the ROK and the US. Those are strictly defensive. Of course, if NK ever attacks the ROK, you can bet there are plans to knock out all of NK's offensive capabilities.

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8 hours ago, agent17 said:

What if the Russians go to Mexico and hold military exercise every year to get the Mexicans ready for war? 

Does Canada ever feel threatened? Those who do are paranoid assholes. It's as simple as that.

I say we drop 100 bombs on NK base and if they don't stop we come back with 1000 next day, then 10,000, then 100,000. Sometimes you just have to beat someone into submission.

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8 hours ago, agent17 said:

I'm a proud American but I don't approve of this war games.  What the f are we doing all the way over there training South Koreans and Japan for war?  What if the Russians go to Mexico and hold military exercise every year to get the Mexicans ready for war?  Let's face it, this isn't war games.  It's a military training exercise.  After Panama, Iraq, and Afghanistan, there's a reason why NK are scared.  Having nukes will be their only hope of survival.

Remember Cuban missile 'crisis'? Hrutsev (spelling?) shipped missiles to Cuba in response to USA who had installed missiles in Turkey, which could reach Russian heartland. When USA agreed to take back missiles from Turkey, Russia took back theirs from Cuba.

To achieve something, You have to trade. Stop the war games and NK stops missile tests. Worth testing?

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Ozepete
39 minutes ago, rep1 said:

Does Canada ever feel threatened? Those who do are paranoid assholes. It's as simple as that.

I say we drop 100 bombs on NK base and if they don't stop we come back with 1000 next day, then 10,000, then 100,000. Sometimes you just have to beat someone into submission.

Surely you are joking!

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the.lone.gunman

The US could fire a volley of missiles from the Yellow Sea to pass over N.Korea and drop into the Sea of Japan.Your move fatso.

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