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North Korea’s Secret Weapon?

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Kim Jong Un has ordered North Korean rocket forces to be ready to strike the U.S. and South Korea as Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel denounced the Hermit Kingdom’s “provocative actions and belligerent tone.”

Kim’s orders came during an unusual Friday war-council meeting shortly after midnight following Thursday’s flight over South Korea by a pair of American B-2 bombers. “The United States and South Korea have not been involved in provocating anything,” Hagel said Thursday. “We, over the years, have been engaged with South Korea on joint exercises. The B-2 flight was part of that.”

North Korea had a different view, according to an account of Kim’s action carried by the state-run Korea Central News Agency:

The U.S. imperialists let B-2A make sorties over South Korea in succession, indicating once again that their hostile acts against the DPRK [Democratic People’s Republic of Korea] have entered a reckless phase, going beyond the phase of threat and blackmail, he said. B-2A’s flight to the sky above South Korea is not a simple demonstration of forces in reaction to the tough stand of the DPRK but an ultimatum that they will ignite a nuclear war at any cost on the Korean Peninsula, he noted, underlining the need to put a definite end to the times when they could threaten and blackmail the DPRK with nukes.

U.S. officials dismiss the North Korean threat to strike the U.S. mainland with nuclear missiles, insisting Pyongyang has neither the missiles capable of crossing the Pacific nor nuclear weapons small enough to fit atop them.

Leave it up to those wacky animators at Taiwan’s NMA.tv to figure out Kim’s secret weapon:

24 comments
brianegan05
brianegan05

Threats from Kim should not be taken lightly. Although suicidal, any attempt to strike U.S and/or allies will result in massive casualties. Many of whom will be innocent.

CarsonSteele
CarsonSteele

I wonder why the U.S  isn't acting very serious about a country who has said they are going to nuclear attack us? They got all crazy over Iraq when they thought maybe they might have wmd's, now you have  a country who they know has nuclear weapons and who has said they might preempt attack us, and the U'S' does nothing.  Why?  What about the NK's submarines, could they sneak into the U.S. coast and deploy a nuclear bomb that way? What about the NK satellite they just launched, is it possible for it to have an EMP weapon aboard?  I am worried that the U.S government might be willing to sacrifice a U.S. city just so they can further a hidden agenda just like 911? I no longer trust the U.S. government to protect us. I think they want NK to attack us with a nuclear bomb or EMP bomb just so they can justify some thing they want.

azmalhome
azmalhome

It's absolutely uncountable what can happen in the Korea war. i think that USA and south Korea are going to a big mistake, because they still don't know enough about north Korea power. the  Pentagon is not so well for information, because this  Pentagon has become unable to protect world trade center. http://azmalhome.wordpress.com/


CraigLove
CraigLove

,..And if our experts are wrong,..and they really DO have the abi;lity to reach us,......?

JeffGibbons
JeffGibbons

i think he might do something just to save face with his country, how far he will go is another question. ihave to wondr though, if he doesn't have some other type of warfare up his sleeve.it doesn't have to be a nuke to cripple a country.

CharlieBlumhardt
CharlieBlumhardt

I feel sorry the NK people ...and kids growing up in a kingdom of war...they know nothing the usa  or the other free counties..But  where was Kim educated ...?? So that poor bastered inhereted a kingdom ..at war ...I bet he is tired of keeping that army pumped up all the time

They only know one thimg ....war,  thats what.. Kims dad tought them...so Kim is probley  under pressure to do somthing  after 30 years of prep for war   ....So Kim cant win a war and if he doesent make war,which is expeced by his people...he may loose his head....

He cant win.....they are still living in the 50's.....and Kiim is stuck there......

Don_Bacon
Don_Bacon

Hagel: North Korea “has ratcheted up the danger, and we have to understand that reality,” Hagel told a press conference at the Pentagon yesterday. The U.S. and South Korea “are committed to a pathway to peace, and the North Koreans seem to be headed in a different direction here.” 

Yes, the 90,000 troops and the B-2 bombers were a pathway to peace.  I knew that already because journalist-stenographer Warren Strobel wrote this piece for Reuters. (TIME missed out this time.) The bombers were on a diplomatic sortie! -- who knew?

U.S. B-2 bombers sent to Korea on rare mission: diplomacy not destruction

(Reuters) - The stealthy, nuclear-capable U.S. B-2 bomber is a veteran of wars in Iraq and Libya, but it isn't usually a tool of Washington's statecraft.

Yet on Thursday, the United States sent a pair of the bat-winged planes on a first-of-its-kind practice run over the skies of South Korea, conducting what U.S. officials say was a diplomatic sortie.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/03/29/us-korea-north-usa-b-idUSBRE92S0IE20130329

Don_Bacon
Don_Bacon

The MSM misreports on DPRK as they did with Iran, which said that if it were attacked, it would close the Strait of Hormuz. So then came, from all the mainstream media (MSM), claims that Iran was going to close the Strait --  without the important qualifier.

DPRK, Mar 29, 2013
Kim Jong Un Convenes Operation Meeting, Finally Examines and Ratifies Plan for Firepower Strike -- (excerpt) -- If they make a reckless provocation with huge strategic forces, the KPA should mercilessly strike the U.S. mainland, their stronghold, their military bases in the operational theaters in the Pacific, including Hawaii and Guam, and those in south Korea, he said. He examined and finally ratified the plan of the Strategic Rocket Force for firepower strike.
http://www.kcna.co.jp/index-e.htm

TheAustralian, Mar 30, 2013
    NORTH Korea today declared it had entered a "state of war" against the South amid soaring tensions on the Korean Peninsula.  The announcement follows threats from the North to launch missile strikes on US bases in South Korea and the Pacific in response to the US conducting trial bombing runs over the peninsula with B-2 and B-52 aircraft.
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/pyongyang-shifts-to-war-footing/story-e6frg6so-1226609423464

On Battleland we have: "Kim Jong-un has ordered North Korean rocket forces to be ready to strike the U.S. and South Korea"

DPRK is incapable of striking the U.S., and of course its forces are expected to be ready to strike South Korea. That's what rocket forces are for. Or are they supposed to play in a band? The Korean War never ended, because it continues to serve the Pentagon not to end it.

DwightJones
DwightJones

If some suitcase bombs show up in the US, this won't be a laughing matter. And someday they will.

Don_Bacon
Don_Bacon

I glanced at “provocative actions and belligerent tone" and I thought you were talking about Hagel's senate testimony. But then I see battleland is in comic-book mode, again,  referring to North Korea as, and I quote, "Hermit Kingdom," which of course is not true. But what matters truth when laughter is the best medicine? (h/t  Bennett Cerf)

CrossWinds
CrossWinds

Can we expect God to protect our land when we give ourselves over to homosexuality, drugs, pornography, violence and unbelief ???

........1 Kings 11:14........

....... Now the Lord raised up an adversary against Solomon........

DeweySayenoff
DeweySayenoff

@CarsonSteele "I think they want NK to attack us with a nuclear bomb or EMP bomb just so they can justify some thing they want"

The problem with that sentence is in the first two words of it.  It's patently obvious that you didn't.

MaxMongenas
MaxMongenas

@CarsonSteele There was no agenda with 9/11. It was a threat that was not taken seriously and we paid the price with 3,000 lives believing that nothing like that could happen. Beyond this the US has not benefited from the following wars so I would like to know why you believe that there is or was an agenda.

TimRobinson
TimRobinson

@DwightJones considering their device won't fit in a rocket with a 1.5 tonne payload, your typical, somewhat standard US paranoic response is as pointless as it is unlikely

Standard fare for US unilateral unwanted action round the globe, and no I'd prefer the US didn't see itself as a global sheriff, a century of poor international policy has that covered.....

CarsonSteele
CarsonSteele

@Crossroads There is no god, does he EVER protect the helpless innocent children being raped, molested, killed, tortured, starve? NO! God is make believe. God is for delusional suckers!

TimRobinson
TimRobinson

@Crossroads I don't mind the drugs or the porn personally.....

gidtanner
gidtanner

@MaxMongenas @CarsonSteele To the contrary , there is plenty of evidence that  they US government --Bush/Cheney - had been alerted to bin Laden's plans but allowed the attacks to succeed .The invasion of Iraq was always falsely sold as connected to 911 . BUT , the key issue is that we have a war INDUSTRY , pushed & protected by Cheney and others . The world has always been plagued by those seeking to profit from others' misery . There is great profit for some from war . Do you gulllible ones not believe that we have such blood profiteers in the U.S.?

DwightJones
DwightJones

@TimRobinson  I think N. Korea could smuggle a device into China pretty easy. From there into a container to Los Angeles. Really think you'd find it before it got into LA harbour?

The Pentagon is one huge Maginot Line, and thinks war is by drone and Buck Rogers. As you say, it's time for the world to pay for US bases, and staff them with guys in blue.

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