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North Korean Conflict Ahead?
#1
Borrowing this thread for this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jePe7mCLK8s

Don't know if George is right or not. Seoul should be emptied out before any attack takes place.
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#2
The fact that Guam's civilian population is being alerted leads me to believe that we are definitely on a collision course here.
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"Falsehood flies, and truth comes limping after it" - Jonathan Swift, 1710
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#3
Evacuating Seoul, while seemingly prudent, would alert the North Koreans that we were really about to do something, and would provoke them into attacking immediately with whatever they have available.

A surprise nuclear attack on the capital city of North Korea, Pyongyang, would have the best chance of taking out the rogue government, before they can launch a nuclear attack against our forces in the area, or against our allies. Once the head has been cut off, leaving the remnants of the NK military disorganized, then our air and ground forces can move in and destroy all nuclear weapons and facilities, and whatever missiles they have. Remember that we are still officially at war with North Korea. The best thing that could happen to North Koreans would be for them to be governed by South Korea. Then the people would be fed.
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#4
It would, but, you can't let Seoul be Kim's victims and alert Guam. You can kinda stop with the "and our allies" line if that's what happens.

NK can destroy Seoul with conventional artillery tubes, they don't need nukes for it.

I still think we won't do this. Friedman is an off the record agent of the US state and this is another signal to Kim.

There is just too much definite death in Korea and potentially in Japan to do this.
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#6
I wish we could somehow do a kill mission on Kim and his family. The end of monarchical feature of the state might free up the other power figures to be more reasonable with the outside world.
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#7
(06-22-2017, 04:49 PM)Palladin Wrote: I wish we could somehow do a kill mission on Kim and his family.  The end of monarchical feature of the state might free up the other power figures to be more reasonable with the outside world.

For once, I agree with you. However, how that assassination occurs could be important. The best way would be for one of his own missiles to misfire, and take him out. Even his own sycophants would think twice about how Karma works. Another would be for a Coup d'état, where his military leaders take him out, and then ask to join the world, again. Sending in a Seal Team to take him out would show the military ability of America, but the luggage that comes with that may be nasty. Perhaps, a nervous breakdown would help, but how would we know?
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#8
He's the lone human on earth in leadership I would say this about. The guy is just too dangerous to his neighbors and even if he isn't, it's on him making everyone believe he is.
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