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North Korea missiles: Papier-mâché and wood?
« on: April 17, 2017, 05:10:03 PM »
North Korea missiles: Papier-mâché and wood?


Propaganda and North Korea go together like the US Marine Corps and Oh-No-You-Di’unt.

Perhaps best exemplifying such would be the recent military parade through the nation’s capital city of Pyongyang to celebrate the 105th birthday of the...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4416256/Are-Kim-Jong-s-missiles-FAKE.html#ixzz4eXZY3p7c

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Re: North Korea missiles: Papier-mâché and wood?
« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2017, 05:19:34 PM »
I wouldn't take North Korea's threats too lightly.  Granted over the past several years he's cried wolf a couple of times and his most recent missile launch was a failure.  Read a little about him; he leans towards someone who is unstable.  Hawaii is currently bracing for an attack.  A successful attack by this little FAT boy would be a disaster for our country.

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Re: North Korea missiles: Papier-mâché and wood?
« Reply #2 on: April 17, 2017, 06:49:53 PM »
Little Fat Son fool might have all the intent in the world but they still haven't been able to clear North Korean air space with their missile launches. I suspect part of the problem is that each time there is a failure the "rocket scientist" gets two behind the left ear and they have to start all over again.
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Re: North Korea missiles: Papier-mâché and wood?
« Reply #3 on: April 17, 2017, 07:11:38 PM »
A page out of the Soviet Union's playbook.

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Re: North Korea missiles: Papier-mâché and wood?
« Reply #4 on: April 18, 2017, 07:11:43 AM »
NK Manager: Why do our missiles keep going off course and blowing up on the pad?

NK Engineer: After ten lashings and two days on the rack, I haven't recovered yet to figure it out.

NK Manager: I was allowed 10 minutes on the Internet last week and saw pictures of our most excellent parade. One of those US pig-dogs were making fun of the fact that the points on our missiles are crooked.
 
NK Engineer: I wonder if that's a flight problem? My political training didn't tell me whether a crooked point would effect a missile flight.

NK Manager: Well, let's put you on the rack for two more days for not knowing the answer then you can try a missile with a straight point and see if it helps any.

NK Engineer: Sounds fair enough. I get an extra hour of light in the evening when I'm on the rack. Like being taller too. Can you use the small oxen this time?

Moral: Don't tell the NK that the points of their missiles are crooked! It might tip off their engineers on how to fix their problems. :-) What were you thinking!

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Re: North Korea missiles: Papier-mâché and wood?
« Reply #5 on: April 18, 2017, 08:22:19 AM »
NK Manager: Why do our missiles keep going off course and blowing up on the pad?

NK Engineer: After ten lashings and two days on the rack, I haven't recovered yet to figure it out.

NK Manager: I was allowed 10 minutes on the Internet last week and saw pictures of our most excellent parade. One of those US pig-dogs were making fun of the fact that the points on our missiles are crooked.
 
NK Engineer: I wonder if that's a flight problem? My political training didn't tell me whether a crooked point would effect a missile flight.

NK Manager: Well, let's put you on the rack for two more days for not knowing the answer then you can try a missile with a straight point and see if it helps any.

NK Engineer: Sounds fair enough. I get an extra hour of light in the evening when I'm on the rack. Like being taller too. Can you use the small oxen this time?

Moral: Don't tell the NK that the points of their missiles are crooked! It might tip off their engineers on how to fix their problems. :-) What were you thinking!


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Re: North Korea missiles: Papier-mâché and wood?
« Reply #6 on: April 18, 2017, 04:06:00 PM »
I wouldn't take North Korea's threats too lightly.  Granted over the past several years he's cried wolf a couple of times and his most recent missile launch was a failure.  Read a little about him; he leans towards someone who is unstable.  Hawaii is currently bracing for an attack.  A successful attack by this little FAT boy would be a disaster for our country.

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Short of his WMD which he really has very few ways to effectively use, North Korea is a paper tiger ranked 25th on the international scale for conventional warfare! Check out this link!
http://www.globalfirepower.com/country-military-strength-detail.asp?country_id=North-Korea

The time to stop the little shit is now! once he develops his missile capacity it isn't just the Nukes to worry about, He also has stockpiles of really nasty chemical and biological weapons. Without an effective missile how can he deliver these weapon? We will own the air. getting a bomber over a target will be next to imposable for him! Gas And Bio weapons can be shot form his artillery but not his nukes. They don't believe he has any small enough for a missile launch so I doubt he gas any tactical nukes that can be fired by artillery!
I would be most worried of a conventional preemptive strike against south Korea but it would be a suicide attack. 

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Re: North Korea missiles: Papier-mâché and wood?
« Reply #7 on: April 18, 2017, 04:53:02 PM »
I would be most worried of a conventional preemptive strike against south Korea but it would be a suicide attack.

He'll be a tough talking paper tiger till the end.  With his near total information blackout of the outside world, he might have enough foolish people to follow him to the grave.   WHERE are they getting the technology to enrich Uranium and build multi-stage rockets?

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/kim-jong-uns-rockets-are-getting-an-important-boost--from-china/2017/04/12/4893b0be-1a43-11e7-bcc2-7d1a0973e7b2_story.html?utm_term=.20d07cd21ce9

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When North Korea launched its Kwangmyongsong-4 satellite into space in February last year, officials heralded the event as a birthday gift for dead leader Kim Jong Il. But the day also brought an unexpected prize for the country’s adversaries: priceless intelligence in the form of rocket parts that fell into the Yellow Sea.

Entire sections of booster rocket were snagged by South Korea’s navy and then scrutinized by international weapons experts for clues about the state of North Korea’s missile program. Along with motor parts and wiring, investigators discerned a pattern. Many key components were foreign-made, acquired from businesses based in China.
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.... whether the Chinese government tacitly approved of the exports or is simply unable or unwilling to police the thousands of Chinese companies that account for more than 80 percent of all foreign goods imported by North Korea each year.
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Investigators determined that the Unha-3’s frame was indigenously made. But inside the rocket’s shell was an array of electronics, including specialized pressure sensors, transmitters and circuitry. An extensive probe by U.S. and South Korean officials revealed that many of the components had been manufactured in Western countries and shipped to North Korea by Chinese distributors — a finding that was echoed in the United Nations Panel of Experts report made public on March 9.

The report, which received scant attention outside the world body, described elaborate systems for disguising technology exports intended for North Korea. Some schemes involved Chinese front companies created by North Korean intelligence agencies; others were run through banks created as joint ventures by Pyongyang and foreign partners, including Chinese financial institutions.
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The report recounts a 2015 business deal in which a European manufacturer agreed to sell sensitive software and industrial-control systems to a Chinese company based in the northeastern Chinese city of Shenyang, about 150 miles from the North Korean border. The deal came with an important condition: None of the items were to be resold to North Korea.

The agreement was quickly broken,...

Just one successful launch would give this nut enough courage to think he can start blackmailing Japan, or ??
One successful bombing, and the whole scenario changes.  He doesn't have to roll all his working rockets down a parade route.
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Re: North Korea missiles: Papier-mâché and wood?
« Reply #8 on: April 19, 2017, 05:17:25 AM »
Short of his WMD which he really has very few ways to effectively use, North Korea is a paper tiger ranked 25th on the international scale for conventional warfare! Check out this link!
http://www.globalfirepower.com/country-military-strength-detail.asp?country_id=North-Korea

The time to stop the little shit is now! once he develops his missile capacity it isn't just the Nukes to worry about, He also has stockpiles of really nasty chemical and biological weapons. Without an effective missile how can he deliver these weapon? We will own the air. getting a bomber over a target will be next to imposable for him! Gas And Bio weapons can be shot form his artillery but not his nukes. They don't believe he has any small enough for a missile launch so I doubt he gas any tactical nukes that can be fired by artillery!
I would be most worried of a conventional preemptive strike against south Korea but it would be a suicide attack.

You are absolutely correct. The biggest threat is to SK and our 30,000 troops there. He could do much damage in a short time before he is wiped out.
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Re: North Korea missiles: Papier-mâché and wood?
« Reply #9 on: April 19, 2017, 08:36:48 AM »
He has a huge army which will demand support from whoever succeeds him (whether by election or by expulsion, as the recent case with the SOUTH Koreans).

Almost nothing is known about their military. If Kim dies (and I say he should, not just some exile in Paris), then that vacuum after his death will almost certainly be filled by the NK military.

Who among the generals are NOT going to follow Crazy Fat Kid's (probable) orders to nuke-back whoever nukes-first? Are there ANY moderates that our vaunted intelligence community is aware of?

Three generations of crazies leading a country which treats dog meat like we consider Kobe beef. Adulation and awe heaped upon losers not fit to procreate, praise for losers by a population so poor they keep breeding despite themselves. Will Kim's successor(s) be better or worse? Can South Korea (much less our troops and any other UN forces hanging around) afford to find out?

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Re: North Korea missiles: Papier-mâché and wood?
« Reply #10 on: April 19, 2017, 09:01:38 AM »
He has a huge army which will demand support from whoever succeeds him (whether by election or by expulsion, as the recent case with the SOUTH Koreans).

Almost nothing is known about their military. If Kim dies (and I say he should, not just some exile in Paris), then that vacuum after his death will almost certainly be filled by the NK military.

Who among the generals are NOT going to follow Crazy Fat Kid's (probable) orders to nuke-back whoever nukes-first? Are there ANY moderates that our vaunted intelligence community is aware of?

Three generations of crazies leading a country which treats dog meat like we consider Kobe beef. Adulation and awe heaped upon losers not fit to procreate, praise for losers by a population so poor they keep breeding despite themselves. Will Kim's successor(s) be better or worse? Can South Korea (much less our troops and any other UN forces hanging around) afford to find out?

IMO, China would elevate a successor, or at the very least, have final approval of a successor.

It's still been a closed society for decades, safe to say, 'there is no opinion of moderation.'  By our standards, they're full of crazy talk, suicidal, have a death wish... etc.
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