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North Korea MIRV ICBMs and Guam
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Post: #17
RE: North Korea MIRV ICBMs and Guam
Spiddy  Wrote: (08-12-2017 02:39 PM)
Lol.
North Kore has MIRVS now?
Anybody here remember Saddams imaginary WMDs?

Same sh*t different POTUS.

But an anonymous MIC/intelligence source said so!!
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Post: #18
RE: North Korea MIRV ICBMs and Guam
-Voltaic-  Wrote: (08-12-2017 05:13 PM)
Spiddy  Wrote: (08-12-2017 02:39 PM)
Lol.
North Kore has MIRVS now?
Anybody here remember Saddams imaginary WMDs?

Same sh*t different POTUS.

Video evidence = probable mirv or decoy system

Lack of video evidence = highly probable bullshit.
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Post: #19
RE: North Korea MIRV ICBMs and Guam
-Voltaic-  Wrote: (08-12-2017 02:13 PM)
North Korea has multiple reentry vehicle warheads. Meaning, one ICBM can carry multiple warheads or thousands of countermeasures.

The problem with this is the Guam threat. The target of the ICBM may be in international waters....but if the warheads burst open and deploy the target area spreads out. Putting Guam at risk of being hit directly.

Considering North Korea has miniaturized their nukes and has about 40 to 60 of them....

Guam COULD be nuked. Lil bit*h Kim would benefit form nuking Guam. That would put a dent in the US's ability to decimate the DPRK.

http://www.businessinsider.com/north-kor...eat-2017-7

IMO the threat to Guam isn't from that nation of incompetent cultists who just a few weeks ago were such failures at all things rocket-fueled that the very concept of them being able to launch a nuke that even makes it to space, let alone re-entry, accurately hitting it's mark and successfully detonating, was absurd.

The threat to Guam is that the US needs NK to strike first in order to avoid going to war with China (and probably Russia) and getting their ass handed to them, and NK isn't biting. If NK doesn't bite and strike first, the US will very likely false-flag nuke Guam in order to get the ball rolling. Guam is perfect, because it meets the criteria of an attack on America, without the US Gov actually having to ruin any of the nice stuff it cares about.
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-Voltaic-  Wrote: (08-12-2017 02:13 PM)
North Korea has multiple reentry vehicle warheads. Meaning, one ICBM can carry multiple warheads or thousands of countermeasures.

The problem with this is the Guam threat. The target of the ICBM may be in international waters....but if the warheads burst open and deploy the target area spreads out. Putting Guam at risk of being hit directly.

Considering North Korea has miniaturized their nukes and has about 40 to 60 of them....

Guam COULD be nuked. Lil bit*h Kim would benefit form nuking Guam. That would put a dent in the US's ability to decimate the DPRK.

http://www.businessinsider.com/north-kor...eat-2017-7

NORTH KOREA HAS NO NUKES. PERIOD. Even Putin put this out a day or so ago.

Nature is returning to equilibrium, the only thing being destroyed was never real to begin with - an artifice that has inevitably lost its hold on the hearts and minds of men. Some wait for the end, others give birth to the new.


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RE: North Korea MIRV ICBMs and Guam
-Voltaic-  Wrote: (08-12-2017 02:13 PM)
North Korea has multiple reentry vehicle warheads. Meaning, one ICBM can carry multiple warheads or thousands of countermeasures.

The problem with this is the Guam threat. The target of the ICBM may be in international waters....but if the warheads burst open and deploy the target area spreads out. Putting Guam at risk of being hit directly.

Considering North Korea has miniaturized their nukes and has about 40 to 60 of them....

Guam COULD be nuked. Lil bit*h Kim would benefit form nuking Guam. That would put a dent in the US's ability to decimate the DPRK.

http://www.businessinsider.com/north-kor...eat-2017-7

AND ANY missiles they have demonstrated cannot get close to Guam.. by their fruits. Sea of Japan etc seems to be the limit.

Nature is returning to equilibrium, the only thing being destroyed was never real to begin with - an artifice that has inevitably lost its hold on the hearts and minds of men. Some wait for the end, others give birth to the new.


http://www.abundanthope.net/
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Galactic Yes! Gawd Oh Ma Lawdy  Wrote: (08-12-2017 02:33 PM)
The Norks will NOT strike first.

China has said if the Norks attack the US first, they will not come to their aid. If the US attacks first, China will come out fighting.

Lil Kim is goading Trump and the MIC into firing the first shot.

That's what they aim to achieve with this missile intimidation of Guam.

Indeed and I posted that as a target message to my site a couple days ago.

Nature is returning to equilibrium, the only thing being destroyed was never real to begin with - an artifice that has inevitably lost its hold on the hearts and minds of men. Some wait for the end, others give birth to the new.


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Post: #23
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Actually if NK hit Guam, it would be the best case scenario to take out the norks.

It would let us undock our carriers and take them into combat mode. There's a difference between having a fleet in an area to monitor and support our territory and allies, versus taking that fleet into enemy territory with full intent to blast all of their stuff to kingdom come once it's in weapons range.

If NK hits Guam first, they won't be able to touch our fleets. There won't be a chance for a sneak attack after we declare war. Our fleets will head within range of NK and wipe them out. Their ships, their planes, nothing will get close enough because it will all be destroyed before it even gets a chance.

Furthermore since NK would be the aggressor our retaliation would be justified. If China crossed the US for defending itself they would become an aggressor too.
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Post: #24
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NormalIsSubjective  Wrote: (08-12-2017 10:52 PM)
Spiddy  Wrote: (08-12-2017 02:39 PM)
Lol.
North Kore has MIRVS now?
Anybody here remember Saddams imaginary WMDs?

Same sh*t different POTUS.

But an anonymous MIC/intelligence source said so!!

No MIRV"s yet because those require a high degree of miniaturization. More tech than NK has access to.

But the US went from the Manhatten Project to Ivy Mike in about a decade. NK has been testing nukes since 2006. Fusion bombs could be within their grasp. If they haven't done it yet, they could soon.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-12-2017 11:47 PM)
NormalIsSubjective  Wrote: (08-12-2017 10:52 PM)
But an anonymous MIC/intelligence source said so!!

No MIRV"s yet because those require a high degree of miniaturization. More tech than NK has access to.

But the US went from the Manhatten Project to Ivy Mike in about a decade. NK has been testing nukes since 2006. Fusion bombs could be within their grasp. If they haven't done it yet, they could soon.

Well, the video of the test launches shows a hollow nose cone being ejected. THAT says one of two things.... either a MIRV or there are counter measures.

The counter measures are rapidly inflating aluminum balloon like things that confuse tracking systems. Making one warhead look like dozens possibly thousands.

If one were launched towards Guam and it did have a live warhead with counter measures mentioned, it would have a good chance of making it through and detonating once it split open.

It would have to be knocked out low in launch.
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-Voltaic-  Wrote: (08-13-2017 12:12 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-12-2017 11:47 PM)
No MIRV"s yet because those require a high degree of miniaturization. More tech than NK has access to.

But the US went from the Manhatten Project to Ivy Mike in about a decade. NK has been testing nukes since 2006. Fusion bombs could be within their grasp. If they haven't done it yet, they could soon.

Well, the video of the test launches shows a hollow nose cone being ejected. THAT says one of two things.... either a MIRV or there are counter measures.

The counter measures are rapidly inflating aluminum balloon like things that confuse tracking systems. Making one warhead look like dozens possibly thousands.

If one were launched towards Guam and it did have a live warhead with counter measures mentioned, it would have a good chance of making it through and detonating once it split open.

It would have to be knocked out low in launch.

Haven't seen the video but that makes me wonder if China has been helping them along?
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In the Cold War, MAD prevented use of such weapons.

But MAD doesn't seem to apply to North Korea.

Scary is they have been digging into the ground for decades. DEEP into the ground.

In their minds, they can live underground for a few decades so as long as they get to nuke the west.


Very dangerous situation.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-13-2017 12:14 AM)
-Voltaic-  Wrote: (08-13-2017 12:12 AM)
Well, the video of the test launches shows a hollow nose cone being ejected. THAT says one of two things.... either a MIRV or there are counter measures.

The counter measures are rapidly inflating aluminum balloon like things that confuse tracking systems. Making one warhead look like dozens possibly thousands.

If one were launched towards Guam and it did have a live warhead with counter measures mentioned, it would have a good chance of making it through and detonating once it split open.

It would have to be knocked out low in launch.

Haven't seen the video but that makes me wonder if China has been helping them along?

Possibly.

But their is also the black market, Iran and other sources of the technology. Or they simply horded their best and brightest minds, feed those few well and developed it themselves. At the expense of everyone else in their population, apparently.

It isn't too hard really for a Nation to build these things.

North Korea is a unique Nation, dangerous.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-13-2017 12:14 AM)
-Voltaic-  Wrote: (08-13-2017 12:12 AM)
Well, the video of the test launches shows a hollow nose cone being ejected. THAT says one of two things.... either a MIRV or there are counter measures.

The counter measures are rapidly inflating aluminum balloon like things that confuse tracking systems. Making one warhead look like dozens possibly thousands.

If one were launched towards Guam and it did have a live warhead with counter measures mentioned, it would have a good chance of making it through and detonating once it split open.

It would have to be knocked out low in launch.

Haven't seen the video but that makes me wonder if China has been helping them along?

If they managed to launch dozens of nukes at the US with mirving abilities, it could be really bad! Like f*#k, they got us bad!
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-Voltaic-  Wrote: (08-13-2017 12:15 AM)
In the Cold War, MAD prevented use of such weapons.

But MAD doesn't seem to apply to North Korea.

Scary is they have been digging into the ground for decades. DEEP into the ground.

In their minds, they can live underground for a few decades so as long as they get to nuke the west.


Very dangerous situation.

Either you get your information from CNN or you are a shill for the
MIC.
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