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March 29, 2013 by esarsea

The Extinction Protocol

 
March 28, 2013NORTH KOREAReclusive North Korea is to cut the last channel of communications with the South because war could break out at “any moment,” it said on Wednesday, days of after warning the United States and South Korea of nuclear attack. The move is the latest in a series of bellicose threats from North Korea in response to new U.N. sanctions imposed after its third nuclear test in February and to “hostile” military drills under way joining the United States and South Korea. The North has already stopped responding to calls on the hotline to the U.S. military that supervises the heavily armed Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and the Red Cross line that has been used by the governments of both sides. “Under the situation where a war may break out at any moment, there is no need to keep north-south military communications which were…

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  1. Bill says:

    Quick, someone email these morons a brochure on Trident missile subs. Apparently, being ‘reclusive’ kept them stupid, too. One sub has 24 missiles, each of those has 8 separate warheads that a single missile can deliver like a super sonic pizza delivery guy, dropping off and driving by on the way to the next military target.

    If nothing else, NK should keep in mind that we don’t rattle our sabers like they do. When faced with what we consider a rogue country, we take it out and hold the tip an inch from their eyeball and dare them to make a move.

    And I’ll bet you there are 3 or 4 of our Trident subs just cruising around the ocean off the coast of Bizzaro World in case someone does something r-e-a-l-l-y stupid with dirty bomb nukes, etc.

    I’m thinking that if this goes off the rails, the first wave will be B-2’s (not B-52’s) dropping new, 30,000 lb bunker busters to deal with the now-known underground tunnel network for the military to hide in. You just know the Pentagon has already developed a hard-target list of military and infra-structure locations to hit in the first couple of hours.

    • esarsea says:

      I was thinking the same thing. And we don’t even to need to be off their coast. With a range of about 4000 miles, about anywhere in the North Pacific would do. In fact, a Trident missle could reach NK from a sub sitting at our Naval Base in Anchorage, Alaska….

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