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2017 Nordkorea
#41
[Asia Times/Pepe Escobar]
North Korea: fire, fury and fear
Beware the dogs of war. The same intel “folks” who brought to you babies pulled from incubators by “evil” Iraqis as well as non-existent WMDs are now peddling the notion that North Korea has produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead able to fit its recently tested ICBM.

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#42
North Korea Issues "Emergency Standby Orders" To Civil Defense Units: Report
Radio Free Asia(RFA) says North Korean authorities have dispatched emergency standby orders to the leaders of the ruling Workers’ Party committees and civil defense units.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-08-11...its-report

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#43
This Is How America Would Wage A Nuclear War Against North Korea
"It is time to think about the unthinkable..."
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-08-11...orth-korea

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#44
Verhaltensregeln auf Guam
"Schauen Sie nicht in den Feuerball!"


Das erinnert mich an den guten alten "Bert The Turtle"
Duck And Cover (1951) Bert The Turtle




Kurzfassung
"Duck And Cover" - original TV advert


                                                             
...und immer mal wieder an Lucius Cassius denken!
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#45
Even Precise US Strike Would Prompt North Korean Retaliation: There Is No 'Limited War' Option With North Korea

As the rhetoric continues to pick up around North Korea, the talk of military options, or worse the “military solution” increasingly appears to center around the conceit that there is some possibility for a limited war, or some other way that the US could make a quick attack on North Korea and fix everything militarily.
Experts, however, broadly agree that’s simply not the case. North Korea has spent the last 60+ years worrying about a US attack, and preparing to retaliate with everything that they have. This retaliation, even before factoring in North Korea’s nuclear program would destroy much of South Korea, and likely kill upwards of a million people.
That threat of massively destructive retaliation was always the ace up North Korea’s sleeve that kept them from getting attacked in the first place, sort of a mutually-assured destruction build around conventional arms and the fact that the huge, and economically important, city of Seoul is so close by.

There are no good military options here; the only option which makes sense is to get North Korea, China, Japan, South Korea, and the US back to a negotiating table where the existing armistice would be replaced by a true peace treaty, guaranteeing freedom of unsanctioned trade, in exchange for Kim Jung Un letting go of his nuclear weapons program.
Of course, THAT... would be logical.

http://news.antiwar.com/2017/08/11/even-...taliation/

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#46
North Korea versus the United States: Who are the Demons? North Korea Lost 30% of Its Population as a Result of US Bombings in the 1950s

The American people should, in the words of Vietnam War Veteran Brian Willson “place themselves in the position of people living in targeted countries. That North Korea, a nation of 24 million people, i.e., one-twentieth the population of the U.S., many of them poor, a land slightly larger in area than the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, continues to be one of the most demonized nations and least understood, totally perplexes the Korean people.”

What most people in America do not know –and which is particularly relevant when assessing the “threats” of the DPRK to World peace– is that North Korea lost thirty percent of its population as a result of US led bombings in the 1950s....

http://www.globalresearch.ca/north-korea...mons/28342

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