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#21 Mar 17, 2013
You make me feel dirty...
#22 Mar 18, 2013
yeah well nuke plants Are properly thought of as radioactive 'Dirty Bombs' that can go off at any time, as those three old General Electric Mark I design nukes in Japan did, as that GE Mark I in Vernon can.
Better hope that the massive power outage that's coming doesn't happen in a cold month so you can at least bathe in a brook since few will have running water. They're feeling Dirty in Japan these days-
Tokyo VERY Contaminated From Fukushima Radiation - vid
Barack Obama's Israeli Classmates Don't Remember Him From Columbia
"As of the latest count, there are close to 25 of us living here in Israel, some making the move close to 30 years ago, right after graduation, others pretty fresh off the boat.
But here’s the thing: Not one of us remembers Barack Obama - who transferred to Columbia after his sophomore year at Occidental College in California - from our undergrad years, nor do we know anyone else who does.
Top 5 Myths Anti-gunners Present as Facts
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5.“We don’t want to take your guns”
#23 Mar 18, 2013
Just like the National Inquirer.
#24 Apr 10, 2013
Watching Japan's Fukushima and how it transfixed the world's media...it is no bigger attention getter.
You knock off the viability of South Korea's nuclear industry....plus a raging war...South Korea will be in severe electricity shortage for as far as the eyes can.
I mean, N Korea is in the stone age ...you can't knock them back any further....
South Korea and its modernity...they can fall a long way.
I doubt Japan would be the apex of the war...maybe some stray missiles for show....
Course a nuke weapon over Japan would end the world as we know it...I doubt N Korea has the capability of this.
Well, they could explode a nuke in a ship in Tokyo Bay
How many tomahawks they got?
#25 Apr 10, 2013
Remember the not learned lessons of Ben Baden...we said if any nation or group declared war on us we would assume we are at war.
We swore we would never let a group or nation get away with declaring war on us without us acting first...
I think the Pearl Harbor strategy of letting them attack us first is extraordinarily dangerous in our modernity and the high tech weapons world.
#26 Apr 10, 2013
Is anyone really wondering why Secretary Clinton bailed after the Benghazi debacle?
Obama and now Secretary Kerry are not interested in avoiding a “Cold War” conflict with North Korea. Obama is supremely failing domestically and needs to appear “Presidential” on some stage and it looks like this might be it. Is anyone talking about our economy anymore? What is occupying the media’s attention? Will Obama and Kerry swoop in to save the day in the last minutes or will their politics blow up in the worlds face? It shouldn’t have gotten this far, but legacy is a powerful motivator in the mind of a narcissist. So while President Obama hosts rock concerts and Mrs. Obama plants the garden, the sequester cuts are targeting the most vulnerable. God Bless South Korea and all those who will supremely sacrifice in the coming months.
Not for Narnia, but for the sake of a lunatic on the one side and an egotist on the other.
#27 Apr 10, 2013
Say, they will an attempt on an overflight of Japan or other questionable exercise...we will shoot it down. That will be the pretext of N Korea going full tilt war...
#28 Apr 10, 2013
"Taylor said the North Korean regime's first reaction would be diplomatic: to ask its historical allies China and Russia to put pressure on the United States to back off from unilateral military action. He suggested China could heighten its military readiness across the sea from Taiwan.
Cha said the North Koreans would likely match the U.S. mobilization, saying they were doing so in response to the Americans. Then, he said, judging from "North Korean negotiating behavior" in the past, the North would call the Americans' bluff and move some plutonium to escalate tension and "put the ball back in the United States' court."
Attack Across the DMZ
Assuming that the United States responded to the plutonium movement with pinpoint attacks on one or more of its nuclear facilities, Taylor said North Korea would respond with "overwhelming strikes," using long-range artillery and multiple-rocket launchers armed with chemical and biological weapons to turn Seoul into what the official North Korean media have been calling "a sea of fire."
Taylor said the North Koreans, believing the Americans would not tolerate high losses, would aim to immediately "give them large numbers of casualties like they've never seen before."
Cha agreed that North Korea, if attacked by U.S. strikes, would respond with a massive artillery attack on Seoul. "The way the balance of forces are on the Korean peninsula, the North Koreans are in a 'use or lose' situation. In other words, they have to use them first or they're going to lose them in battle," he said. He also said the North Koreans might try to stop the flow of U.S. reinforcements by using long-range missiles to knock out U.S. facilities in Japan."
#29 Apr 10, 2013
All of the experts predicted that the United States and its allies would defeat North Korea militarily. "We will win the war, but it will not be an easy war to fight," said Campbell. He said the first couple of weeks of war could be "a horrific symphony of death," with hundreds of thousands — if not millions — of casualties.
Taylor estimated that around 500,000 South Korean troops and civilians would die in the event of an all-out war with the North, as well as tens of thousands of U.S. troops. On the North Korean side, he said the casualties could be as high as a million and half dead."
#30 Apr 10, 2013
Kim Jong Un clearly read this old war gaming and he is clearly playing us with the potentiality...
Certainly the artillery and missile sites are fully dispersed and with plentiful supplies.
It would take us two years and 500,000 men to clear out these sites to allow the repopulation of Soul...
Un has never seen the results of war like his elders have...
#31 Apr 10, 2013
Can you imagine watching this war with a high quantity, cheap videos and cell phone communications population like today....
They warned the foreigners to leave Soul...
#32 Apr 10, 2013
We could wake up in two weeks with "a horrific symphony of death," with hundreds of thousands — if not millions — of casualties...
Can you imagine it...
Can a whole country commit national suicide...
This makes absolute prefect sense with the prolonged suffering in N Korea... to commit suicide and end it all...
Isn't a lot of our population doing it here on a smaller scale...Sandy Hook among others.
#33 Apr 10, 2013
"will Obama and Kerry swoop in to save the day..."
--pppffffffftt! They're CFR-puppets and will Not do anything war related that isn't authorized by the CFR/NWO globalists
But the military leadership of the DPRK needs to be taken out
There are over 100,000 Christians there in prison just for being Christian
The Topix Bratt Benghazigate thread-> http://www.topix.com/forum/city/brattleboro-v...
Hillary fell down and had a boo-boo on her head, that gave her and the globalists time to suppress the real truth about Benghazigate, then when she finally came to the hearing Rand Paul brought up the arms trafficking of our CIA there but stupidly mentioned Turkey to Hillary when the (formerly Gaddafi's) arms were actually being moved thru that CIA 'safe house' in Benghazi to Syria. They can't have the msm admit the (well known) fact that we (our govt.) has been supplying and funding al-Qeada and other 'enemies'
'U.S. Moves to Support al-Qaeda in Syria Following Unconfirmed Chemical Attack'
Special Report: 30 Year CIA Vet Admits West Runs Al-Qaeda
Obama Warmly Welcomes Al Qaeda (AL CIA DuH) At UN - YouTube
al-Qaeda was CIA Created!!!- Alex Jones Infowars Nightly News
CIA Orchestrated Syrian Opposition Crumbles Alex Jones'
Mar 25 2013
'No, North Korea Will NOT Start a Nuclear War Tomorrow'
#34 Apr 10, 2013
Blah, blah, blah...
#35 Apr 10, 2013
who asked ewe to bleat?
BTW there's no 'l' in "Bah"
Go back to grazing, stop pestering the real humans with brains
#36 Apr 11, 2013
By Jim Miklaszewski and Becky Bratu, NBC News
President Barack Obama called for an end to North Korea's "belligerent approach" Thursday, but said the United States will take all necessary steps to protect its people and meet its obligations to allies in the region — meanwhile it was also officially revealed that the Pentagon believes the rogue nation likely has nuclear-capable missiles.
Following a meeting with United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in the Oval Office, Obama spoke about the situation in the Korean Peninsula for the first time in weeks.
#37 Apr 11, 2013
I call you a nihilist...you believe in nothing.
#38 Apr 12, 2013
Yea, North Korea could stick a nuke in a ship and detonate it in San Diego Harbor or NYC harbor or next to Norfolk Naval Station
#39 Apr 15, 2013
#40 Apr 15, 2013
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