Game set and Match

So today the Russians have put a new missile system on the border of North Korea and according to the Snowflake Daily Mail…………………………………….

Russia has reacted to North Korea’s increased nuclear and ballistic missile testing and has moved to the border”. Here

But the real story is this small issue of whether NK can keep their nuclear power has been settled.

It would seem to me that the Russians have made their point clear…. go to war with NK and you go to war with us.

Whether your term is Game Set and Match or just check mate…….. this issue has now been addressed, battle lines drawn…… and to all intended purposes been resolved!

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Fact or Fiction NK

This last couple of months has started the whole of the internet buzzing as to how do we handle North Korea…. My Answer?…. Its too late!

NK is the product of our foolishness, our desire for power and dominance in every sphere. This of course makes all around us either in awe or afraid of the powerful war machine, or makes us resentful and forced to be humbled.

Looking at this map of nuclear tests has to scare just about anyone that wants to live.

When your labelled as a little crazy fat man by a sitting US President in a country where you are revered to like a god……Its kind of personally insulting to say the least.

So the war machine goes on, and our window of opportunity is now nil, well unless the US wishes to end the lives of at least a million, and perhaps tens of millions.

The US has around 40 thousand troops nearby apart from civilians of SK, Japan,etc that make obvious first strike targets..

NK

The whole of this week has been surrounded by the latest test of NK missile test that confirms it has the ability to hit the USA with something.

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Why has the North Korean regime pursued a nuclear programme?

Much of the regime’s domestic legitimacy rests on portraying the country as under constant threat from the US and its regional allies, South Korea and Japan.

To support the claim that it is in Washington’s crosshairs, North Korea cites the tens of thousands of US troops lined up along the southern side of the demilitarised zone – the heavily fortified border dividing the Korean peninsula. Tensions rise every spring at the start of joint military drills involving US and South Korean forces. North Korea insists the drills are a rehearsal for an invasion.

Faced with what it says are US provocations, North Korea says it has as much right as any other state to develop a nuclear deterrent.

North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un is also aware of the fate of other dictators who lacked nuclear weapons or were forced to give them up.

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While no doubt the USA is calculating how it can inflict the maximum pain on this upstart (who since 2006 has been in possession of nuclear weapons) every option is on the table to bring him to heel.

The US arsenal is huge, so he must lose, which is why he would fire off every single weapon he has if he believes he is under attack.

B52’s in their droves would descend, but would be much too late for the 40K plus troops of the USA, their frigates destroyers and aircraft carriers within 600 miles or so and all the people of SK and japan are duly concerned.

The most formidable drone ever is the Reaper. A autonomous search and destroy killing machine that is formidable to say the least.

The fact that this week Kim has confirmed he can reach around two thirds of the USA adds another ingredient to the flavor, particularly if he lets off all missiles because of a supposed attack.

AEGIS is lacking in so many ways and failures he is sure to hit some targets on USA soil, so bursting the USA dominance bubble.

So its decided he will lose and a mass annihilation is inevitable….. or is it?

On the 4th July NK launch it first intercontinental ballistic missile

Analysis by Japan and South Korea has supported the account given by North Korea’s Academy of Defence Science, which said the missile reached an altitude of 1,741 miles (2,802km) and flew 580 miles.

And although the public and foolish reporters may not have noticed there is something that perhaps North Korea was trying to put across to avoid any immediate action.

The space station is at an orbit of about 250 miles…. in relatively low orbit….. and the 4th july missile went seven times the height.

The GPS satellites are at a height of 12000 miles though, and with a slightly different missile NK’s rockets could be adapted and with just a little more advancement in technology.

That is the direction I believe NK will go to be assured of a no strike on it by any of the players in this scenario.

To lose the satellites means losing the Reaper, B52’s, every aircraft carrier and warship. No missile could be launched, and most ground based systems of infantry will have absolutely no idea where they are.

Many vehicles just would not go because of the reliance on GPS, in particular public transport, perhaps even your car, and you wont be hoping on any civilian plane.

And all without a single life being lost!

If he can do it….he will do it that is for sure, and we have not even considered the other players in this foolish game that governments play!

As I am not a tactical expert and think of this….. you can believe that Russia, and China thought of this many years ago, and giving that final technology to NK would enhance their pawns in the game.

Even without it…. a nuclear strike on NK spells disaster for all involved.

AS in the film ‘Wargames’……. “The only solution Dr Falken…….

 

Pyongyang…. the next US target?

As one issue seems to be near fruition, another raises its merry head, this time in North Korea (again).

It seems two American experts  Joshua Pollack and Scott Kemp have been analyzing the possibility of the Atomic Bomb potential of Pyongyang.

The experts say material published in North Korean scientific publications and news media shows that Pyongyang is mastering domestic production of essential components for the gas centrifuges needed to make such bombs

Their report published in remarks prepared for delivery Wednesday at a Seoul symposium and provided in advance to The Associated Press.

The United States and others long suspected North Korea was clandestinely building a uranium program, despite denials from Pyongyang. U.S. officials confronted North Korea in 2002 with claims its scientists were pursuing uranium enrichment, sparking a nuclear crisis. In a reversal, visiting Americans were shown in November 2010 what they called a sophisticated, modern uranium enrichment facility with 2,000 centrifuges at the North’s main nuclear facility.

Notice similarities with a selection of countries that have the same rhetoric, and form part of “We’re Taking Down Seven Countries in Five Years” We’re going to start with Iraq, then Syria, Lebanon, then Libya, Somalia, Sudan, we’re going to come back and get Iran in five years.

by Gary Leupp….http://www.dissidentvoice.org, January 17, 2007

It is as if there is a perpetual war finding machine operating in the US with experts to give legitimacy to each and every conflict with experts saying exactly what the war machine wants.

Our experts say:

News media reports and unclassified government documents showed North Korea imported large amounts of centrifuge parts in the early 2000s, Pollack said, but an apparent dearth of observed imports since then suggests that Pyongyang is making the necessary components at home.

It seems to me that you could also deduce that they are no longer making them and therefore dont need them.

Pollack said he and Kemp found “strong and clear” evidence in state media photographs taken inside North Korean factories of specialized lathes that produce very strong metal cylinders needed for centrifuges. He also spoke of accounts in North Korean propaganda and technical journals of iron and steelmaking consistent with the production of an extremely hard steel alloy that can resist high rotational speeds in centrifuges, although the final step of the process wasn’t described.

Hopefully this is not the only “strong and clear” evidence they have, as, it is reminiscent of the tubes found Iraq, before Saddams downfall.

But then again I suppose the war machine needs very little evidence to substantiate their claims…..

Full AP report.

It seems almost anything today is proof of an atomic weapon……