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The North and the South, again

Post by QuomQuit on Tue Apr 02, 2013 1:08 pm
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So, once again Pyongyang is on top of the news with all those war threatenings; South Korea is ready to defend its borders and the USA are also on a stand-by. The website http://www.defconwarningsystem.com has announced a DEFCON code 4 and it states:

As of now, the cold war continues, and North Korea has officially ended its Non-Aggression pact with South Korea as well as voiding past nuclear disarmament agreements. North Korea is claiming to have nuclear-capable missiles and are positioning road-mobile KN-08 intercontinental ballistic missiles which the United States believes can be nuclear capable, though there is debate as to whether or not North Korea has been able to miniaturize a nuclear warhead enough to fit on one. In response to the North Korean nuclear threat, the United States is adding additional missile interceptors on its West coast.


And also

Elsewhere, China is building a large drone fleet, with aim to swarm U.S. carriers during war, while cyber-attacks from China are now beginning to target critical infrastructure in the United States. Russia has announced plans to form a permanent task force in the Mediterranean while the United States has canceled the final phase of the European missile shield.


It seems as every global superpower has its own plans to find some profit from if a war occured. And what do you think is going to happen and where is all of this going to be driven?
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Re: The North and the South, again

Post by WallShadow on Tue Apr 02, 2013 4:21 pm
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First off, why are you posting a .com website? Shouldn't a .gov website owned by the U.S. government be telling us our defcon status?

Second, either North Korea sobers up and realizes that the US has enough nukes to turn NK into a giant fireball, or we're all gonna die and/or live terrible lives plagued by global thermonuclear war. Any questions?

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on second thought, we're all gonna die anyways eventually, so pick your poison.
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Re: The North and the South, again

Post by QuomQuit on Wed Apr 03, 2013 2:15 am
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As for the first, I am going to respond with a quote off the website:

The DEFCON Warning System is a private enterprise which monitors world events and assesses nuclear threats against the United States by national entities. It is not affiliated with any government agency and does not represent the alert status of any military branch. The public should make their own evaluations and not rely on the DEFCON Warning System for any strategic planning.


It is just the fact that the code may be actual.

About the topic, I believe that yes, indeed it is going to turn into a global, mass destructional thermonuclear war. China supports NK, and they both got Russia behind their backs; on the other side the USA with UN... But you don't seem to be very life-willing. It'd be a curse for those who want to live though. What I mean is, who knows what is going to happen tomorrow? The cancer disease may be invented, life prolonged by hundred years... Whatever. North Korea's government is sick anyway and that won't change tomorrow. Or the day after tomorrow.
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Re: The North and the South, again

Post by WallShadow on Wed Apr 03, 2013 3:21 pm
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QuomQuit wrote:
The DEFCON Warning System is a private enterprise which monitors world events and assesses nuclear threats against the United States by national entities. It is not affiliated with any government agency and does not represent the alert status of any military branch. The public should make their own evaluations and not rely on the DEFCON Warning System for any strategic planning.


It is just the fact that the code may be actual.


mmmm, yes. Now I'm a private enterprise which monitors world events and assesses global threats against United States Agriculture, and I say that we are experiencing a grapefruit shortage due to failed crops during the extended winter season ( P.S. can you run to the store and go get us some more? please? thaaaaaaaaaaaaanks! <3 )

QuomQuit wrote:China supports NK, and they both got Russia behind their backs


Highly uneducated view on the whole thing. Neither China nor Russia give a damn about the NK, they're in it just to make a profit, just like why the U.S. is in this whole mess as well. Where do you think all the weapons manufactured in the U.S. go?

Oh, and also the Russians and Chinese have been silently at war even from before world war 2. They just don't like to talk about it that much otherwise the U.N. and the *peacekeepers* would step in.

QuomQuit wrote:But you don't seem to be very life-willing.


I marvel everyday, at how people could live under such circumstances and still speak loudly in one great nationalistic opinion "Today's gonna be a good day!"

QuomQuit wrote:North Korea's government is sick anyway and that won't change tomorrow. Or the day after tomorrow.


Ehhh, you gotta admit, they are changing something. Whether it's for the better or the worse, I don't give a damn anymore.

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