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Kim himself is a mascot and a puppet. The generals of the NK-army are the real rulers of the country.

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6 hours ago, Wilber said:

NK exists to support its military. No need for a huge military, no rice bowl for all those generals

Again, that is a necessity caused by 75 years of vicious US terrorism. The US is the one that introduced nuclear arms to the Korean peninsula in violation of the armistice agreement. 

You guys absolutely hate facts, the truth. 

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18 hours ago, hot enough said:

Again, that is a necessity caused by 75 years of vicious US terrorism. The US is the one that introduced nuclear arms to the Korean peninsula in violation of the armistice agreement. 

You guys absolutely hate facts, the truth. 

Same answer. 

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From this photo, I seems like in DPRK nobody dare to tell the truth to the fat boy.:P It will be a problem:rolleyes:

 

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Anti-ship technology is reaching a new height putting into question the value of the super carrier over the smaller jeep carrier. The US couldn't afford to lose the USS Ford...the USS America, however...perhaps.

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Just now, Hydraboss said:

DoP, my question then would be does NK have that kind of technology at it's disposal?

 

Sure. They aren't slouches no matter the MSM portrayal. Range would be the issue. How close can the carrier come? That hasn't changed since Coral Sea.

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That and the fact that the USS Michigan is now in play.  Anyone who thinks what the US has on top of the water is dangerous really should look into Ohio class subs.

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Just now, Hydraboss said:

That and the fact that the USS Michigan is now in play.  Anyone who thinks what the US has on top of the water is dangerous really should look into Ohio class subs.

 

US subs are second to none.

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USS Michigan is an older Ohio class...a conversion to SSGN from Boomer. Interesting. BC might know more.

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1 minute ago, Hydraboss said:

I'm more interested in the 154 boom sticks it's carrying than the conversion actually.

That's the GN bit in SSGN....guided missile carrier/nuclear powered.

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SSGN-727 to Pusan has been done before, along with other SSGNs as a show of force, as with China in 2010.   USS Ohio, Michigan, and Florida were purposely surfaced in the region for Chinese satellite selfies.   

http://content.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,2002378,00.html

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3 hours ago, bush_cheney2004 said:

SSGN-727 to Pusan has been done before, along with other SSGNs as a show of force, as with China in 2010.   USS Ohio, Michigan, and Florida were purposely surfaced in the region for Chinese satellite selfies.   

http://content.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,2002378,00.html

 

Some sort of duel DDS mounted on the hull plate, too, I note.

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North Korean hate of the US is well founded.  The US really had no reason to try and "pacify" North Korea.  If it was simply to stop the flow of "communism" why did the US do absolutely nothing to stop the takeover of Crimea?  Probably cuz - White.

The approximate 1 million civilian deaths and maybe a hundred thousand or so military casualties on North Korean soil is pretty hard to justify.  Without doubt the US was an external agitator.  One could definitely argue, what the hell was the US doing on the other side of the planet anyhow?  Testing out their new aircraft carriers I guess.

What concerns me more than the nuke, is that Kim now probably has bred a couple grams of polonium from underground nuclear testing.  Aersolized, one gram of it dispersed in a city core could destroy it for 168 years as no one would dare stay in the area if they ingested a few nanograms of it.

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There would appear to be an increasing risk of serious conflict here but not as much alarm as you'd expect, especially from the Chinese. If I was Japanese, I'd prefer to have my own nukes to rely on. 

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