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North Korea

Post by HybridAmbassador » Tue Sep 12, 2017 3:40 pm

North Korea is steaming ahead in developing its rocket propulsion tech and harnessing the power of Atom. NK is adamant in pursuing the power to be had and entering the world of " we have club " Currently, the UN agenda deciding powerful ( have nukes) country consisting of: USA, GB, France, Russia, China, Israel, India, Pakistan, then new to the club, North Korea.

US is doing the impossible to curtain the NK of perfecting the technology but China and Russia are playing in the back stage laughing at the US...It is apparent the Russian back in 2000~2004 helped NK for them to accelerate the development of its ICBM rocket and Atomic and or Hydrogen bomb technology for a fee.

Now they are in very high stage of its development. Their rocket can reach outer space the length of more than 2500km then mustering the re-entering phase into earth's atmosphere without its core part of the rocket not burning up. Fearsome, but they are advancing fast and perhaps before another year passes by, they have achieved 90 % of its project.

The US will have to accept the chubby kid as another privileged member of " have one too " club of all Nuke capable states albeit small arsenal of nuke head count...
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Re: North Korea

Post by HybridAmbassador » Tue Sep 12, 2017 3:46 pm

Now with the visit of US vise-president, Pence to south America few countries he asked the SA head honchos to cut the ties with NK and a few days ago even Peru expelled NK diplomats from..When will Brazil oust its North Koreanos from Brazil?

ANTIAGO (Reuters) - U.S. Vice President Mike Pence urged Brazil, Peru, Chile, and Mexico to break ties with North Korea on Wednesday, adding that “all options” are on the table with regards to the Asian state.

“The U.S. places great importance on the ongoing diplomatic isolation of the Kim regime and we strongly urge Chile today, and we urge Brazil, Mexico, and Peru to break all diplomatic and commercial ties to North Korea,” Pence said during a visit to Chile in a joint news conference with Chile’s President Michelle Bachelet.

U.S. President Donald Trump warned North Korea last week it would face “fire and fury” if it threatened the United States, prompting North Korea to say it was considering plans to fire missiles toward the Pacific island of Guam. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un later delayed the decision to fire the missiles...
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-chil ... SKCN1AW26Q

LIMA (Reuters) - Peru said on Monday that it was expelling North Korea’s ambassador over the country’s refusal to heed the world’s “constant calls” to end its nuclear program.

The ambassador, Kim Hak-Chol, has five days to leave Peru, the foreign affairs ministry said in a statement.

Earlier this month North Korea launched its biggest nuclear bomb test, prompting global condemnation as U.S. President Donald Trump said “appeasement” would not work.

Peru stressed that it was committed to a peaceful solution to the dispute and “strict compliance” with resolutions passed by the United Nations Security Council.
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-nort ... SKCN1BM2PO
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Re: North Korea

Post by tiagoabner » Tue Sep 12, 2017 5:29 pm

Brazil won't cut ties with any country with anything less than a nuke. The country currently has diplomatic ties with all UN recognized nations, and even has ties with both China and Taiw... erm, Chinese Taipei, even tough China, one of its biggest economic partners, gives it shifty eyes due to that.

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Re: North Korea

Post by HybridAmbassador » Wed Sep 13, 2017 2:24 pm

Over 250 kiloton Hydrogen bomb! The Hiroshima bomb was about 16 KT, so this blast was way bigger than earlier estimate of 15 kilotons! South Korea intelligence says the tunnel where the H bomb test was conducted completely collapsed triggering a huge mountain side land slide. Also KCIA report that massive flow of water is coming out from the area and presumably spewing nuke radiation.!

North Korea's latest nuclear test yield estimated at 250 kilotons: US monitor..

SEOUL (AFP) - North Korea's latest nuclear test probably had a yield of 250 kilotons, a US monitoring group said on Wednesday (Sept 13) - much higher than official estimates.

Pyongyang conducted its sixth and largest nuclear test on Sept 3, saying it was a hydrogen bomb that could be fitted into a missile. That prompted global condemnation and heightening tensions over its weapons ambitions.

The US Geological Service put the magnitude of the resulting earthquake at 6.3, and the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organisation and Norwegian agency NORSAR had raised their initial figures to 6.1.
http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/east-a ... us-monitor
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Re: North Korea

Post by tiagoabner » Wed Sep 13, 2017 2:35 pm

HybridAmbassador wrote:Over 250 kiloton Hydrogen bomb! The Hiroshima bomb was about 16 KT, so this blast was way bigger than earlier estimate of 15 kilotons! South Korea intelligence says the tunnel where the H bomb test was conducted completely collapsed triggering a huge mountain side land slide. Also KCIA report that massive flow of water is coming out from the area and presumably spewing nuke radiation.!

North Korea's latest nuclear test yield estimated at 250 kilotons: US monitor..

SEOUL (AFP) - North Korea's latest nuclear test probably had a yield of 250 kilotons, a US monitoring group said on Wednesday (Sept 13) - much higher than official estimates.

Pyongyang conducted its sixth and largest nuclear test on Sept 3, saying it was a hydrogen bomb that could be fitted into a missile. That prompted global condemnation and heightening tensions over its weapons ambitions.

The US Geological Service put the magnitude of the resulting earthquake at 6.3, and the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organisation and Norwegian agency NORSAR had raised their initial figures to 6.1.
http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/east-a ... us-monitor
My first thought was that Chileans would call it "just a temblorzito". On a more serious note, multiple sources report levels of radiation being detected on South Korea and China. This isn't going anywhere good. :(

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Re: North Korea

Post by HybridAmbassador » Wed Sep 13, 2017 4:14 pm

Yeah, and Trumpf can do nothing about due to NK having Seoul hostage. The North has presumably close to a thousand big bore canyons that can rain heavy shells onto South Korea's capital at the Chubby Kid's whim. They are situated a mere 40km way from Seoul and all hidden in caves at the mountain side therefore very difficult for US forces at the 38 to pinpoint whereabouts.
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Re: North Korea

Post by admin » Wed Sep 13, 2017 5:14 pm

HybridAmbassador wrote:Yeah, and Trumpf can do nothing about due to NK having Seoul hostage. The North has presumably close to a thousand big bore canyons that can rain heavy shells onto South Korea's capital at the Chubby Kid's whim. They are situated a mere 40km way from Seoul and all hidden in caves at the mountain side therefore very difficult for US forces at the 38 to pinpoint whereabouts.

Seen a recent breakdown of estimated casualties if north korea opened up, and before counter artillary would be able to shut them down.

They are nowhere near as bad as everyone tries to make it sound. Numbers that were run estimated something like max 2000 dead, based on standard target errors of u.s. modern guns and effectivenes of artillary, then adujusted for things like a known 50% failure rate in north korean shells (based on attack on an island a few years ago, where over half their shells were duds), known real effective range, time for people to take cover, and so on.

Most importantly, once a gun fires, it dies on a modern battle fields, as counter artillary knows where it is for certain. If the gun enplacement is not already known and targeted.

Most damage, has to be done with an opening salvo. Between the opening salvo and people taking cover, they can only effectively kill people with any sort of reliability and in any numbers in about the first 15 mins of an attack. They are not for example going to be able to shell people on the streets for days or weeks.
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Re: North Korea

Post by HybridAmbassador » Thu Sep 14, 2017 9:00 pm

Well, it is in the open, the US made BDS ballistic missile defense system and GMD ground missile defenses placed in Japan and more are not too good shoot at all.! So the US is telling Japan to buy more in quantity thus bringing hit ratio up.?

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-nort ... SKBN16F0YE +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
TOKYO (Reuters) - Rattled by North Korean military advances, influential Japanese lawmakers are pushing harder for Japan to develop the ability to strike preemptively at the missile facilities of its nuclear-armed neighbor.
Japan has so far avoided taking the controversial and costly step of acquiring bombers or weapons such as cruise missiles with enough range to strike other countries, relying instead on its U.S. ally to take the fight to its enemies.
But the growing threat posed by Pyongyang, including Monday’s simultaneous launch of four rockets, is adding weight to an argument that aiming for the archer rather than his arrows is a more effective defense.
“If bombers attacked us or warships bombarded us, we would fire back. Striking a country lobbing missiles at us is no different,”+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Funny but our forum admin, said when NK fired the missile that went over Hokkaido and landed in almost Russia, if engaging missiles were to be fired none of them would hit the target!.

But Japan supposed to have fired the engaging missiles from Aegis cruiser, and or ground missile system then. However, my moles planted in Japan tells me that US military side called Japan's self defense army and told them not to engage the NK BM..Hmmm?

Now US wants Japan to purchase and increase the number of those shoot down SAM3 and PAC3 and Aegis ashore plus numerous missiles for readiness when the next over Japan ICBM would come flying from North Korea detected, then it is OK to shoot hundreds of US made missiles at it for hoping a sure hit..! Or, Japan would have to revert to the right to a first strike option.


Oh! while posting this, NHK of Japan went on air reporting that North Korea launched another test missile and this one presumably a brand new type reaching more than 3700km in total to the about 770 km up in to the cosmos...
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Re: North Korea

Post by HybridAmbassador » Fri Sep 15, 2017 3:03 pm

Well, you guys living in south nirvana don't have to be vigilant looking for flying over head ICBM that might fall on your head
but the poor Japanese citizens are in constant fear every time the J~Alert speakers goes on.

New study says that the ICBM launched yesterday over Hokkaido island flew more than 3700km well in range of striking Guam and further. The US side wanting to sell more PAC3 missiles and those launched from Aegis ashore system to Japan for a tidy profit into the Billion $

and it is said, that if " one shot misses but if fired all together hitting a target is higher." thus Japanese self defense army needs to have a huge stock pile of them..WTF !

North Korea fires second missile over Japan as US tells China and Russia to take 'direct action' " Trumpf may take military action if China~Russia does not comply in squeezing North Korea to not conduct anymore ICBM or Hydrogen bomb test.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/09 ... residents/
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Re: North Korea

Post by HybridAmbassador » Wed Oct 11, 2017 4:13 pm

Well, it is imminent that North Korea's chubby kid is facing a total annihilation of his regime very soon. It is rumoured that the North has 10k cannons and artillery aimed at Seoul capitol city of South Korea and US/Int'l troop stationed at the 38 parallel ..Total annihilation coming up very soon?

Trump has warned that the US could take economic or military action after NK detonated a hydrogen bomb
US President suggested 'stopping all trade with any country doing business with North Korea'
That was likely a veiled threat towards China - which provides 85 per cent of North Korea's imports
Refusing to do business with China would cause huge damage to US firms including Apple
US and South Korean leaders are now discussing 'military measures' to be taken
North Korea detonated hydrogen bomb sparking powerful 6.3 magnitude quake
Blast directly ordered by Kim Jong-Un and was large enough to destroy a city
South Korea launched a ballistic missile exercise late Sunday in response to the nuclear test


US Secretary of Defense James Mattis has raised the threat of the 'total annihilation' of North Korea in the aftermath of an early morning hydrogen bomb test by North Korea.
In a terse statement outside the White House on Sunday afternoon, Mattis said that Trump had been briefed on each of the 'many military options' available during a meeting with national security heads.
'We made it clear that we have the ability to defend ourselves and our allies, South Korea and Japan, from any attack and that our agreements with our allies are iron-clad,' he said.
'Any threat to the United States or its territories including Guam, or our allies, will be met with a massive military response, a response both effective and overwhelming.'
He urged Kim Jong-Un to 'take heed' of the UN Security Council's 'unified' objection to the test of the 100-kiloton bomb test, which caused a 6.3-magnitude earthquake.
'We are not looking to the total annihilation of a country - namely North Korea,' Mattis concluded, 'but as I said, we have many options to do so.'
He, and Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who had been present but silent throughout, then left without answering any questions. President Trump was not seen during the announcement.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... -bomb.html
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Re: North Korea

Post by HybridAmbassador » Wed Oct 11, 2017 4:40 pm

Back in 1991, US led coalition war in the gulf area to dethrone Saddam Hussein of then Irak, The intnl force collectively spent approx. US$61 billion plus. The equivalent or more will be needing to completely destroy NK..It will at least need 2 months to evacuate all US military from the 38 DMZ..But the chubby kid will notice the move and will be seizing the moment then attacking the left alone South Korea army..The chubby kid has at least a million army ready to invade South Korea..Japan is already feeling the pinch in bankrolling this war too. NK has at least 200 intermediate missiles plus 1000 skads then the almighty nuke head counts surpassing 80 ? A calamity brewing in the horizon indeed...Was planning in returning home for a while but better be put in the US instead or perhaps better to go to SA..?
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Re: North Korea

Post by nikotromus » Wed Oct 11, 2017 5:24 pm

Dude you've replied to yourself 4 times now. You must be lonely. ;-)

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