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Video: North Korea Puts Rocket Units On 'Alert' To Attack U.S. Mainland

North Korea has elevated its artillery and strategic missile forces to "combat-ready posture" and said it is prepared to strike targets in South Korea, Japan, Guam, Hawaii and the continental US.

By Julian Ryall, Tokyo and Malcolm Moore in Beijing | The Telegraph | March 26, 2013

The announcement, carried by the KCNA state media, was in the name of the Supreme Command, which has attracted attention in South Korea because it is an emergency division of the government that is only operational during time of war.

In the announcement, North Korea said it would "show off our army and people's stern reaction to safeguard our sovereignty and the highest dignity through military actions."

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Daddy taught him well

I expect a boat load of wheat, grain, rice and soybean are headed to N Korea now. Along with oil and a bunch of FRN's.

They could hit us with a missile

if they threw it from the deck of a boat.

There is nothing strange about having a bar of soap in your right pocket, it's just what's happening.

Agreed.

Have they launched one that can fly further than a few 100 feet?

really, they want to take out California?

California are their soul mates politically. Why would they want to attach the commmy state?

You dont tell someone

you are going to punch them in the face. You just do it.

Sustainability: http://www.compostforsale.net

That's exactly why

they won't do it. How many years have they been saying, "We're going to launch. Here it comes....here it COMES........it's COMING....wait, we need to test this thing first. Okay, this time, FOR REAL: IT'S COMIN."

*Yawn* N. Korea does not have the capability to hit anything on the mainland USA or Hawaii. China even told N. Korea to stfu already:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-21713340

I hate calling BBC "news," but I couldn't find another article fast enough.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

Look Out America

If they mobilize their Slingshot Brigades we're doomed.

Is this the beginning steps

Is this the beginning steps of North Korea surrendering? Putting these fake videos out might be a way to spare the people from actually dying in real no-chance combat. I'm calling it right now.

The new North Korea leader is

The new North Korea leader is a genius. All he has to do is make a bunch of threats and act tough then tell his people he is attacking American soil. Then he just has to have his propaganda ministry edit the new Red Dawn movie so it looks like they win and the people will think he is a hero.

We all share this eternally evolving present moment- The past and future only exist as inconsequential mental fabrications.

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So many psy-ops

I don't know which ones to believe and which to scoff at. I can't keep up with all the angles and what they're trying to achieve.

I still haven't seen Red Dawn - the remake - but that's got to fit in here. The enemy in the movie was North Korea, as I understand.

What better way to raise consciousness among the masses than with a m o v i e about North Korea attacking us, only to have North Korea threaten, and then potentially actually attack us? Way to divert attention away from what is going on in the Middle East, and Africa. Way to juice the Defense budget in a time of American austerity, and keep the money flowing to the politically connected military industrial complex.

Is that kid in North Korea on the CIA payroll?

This is all far too absurd to take seriously, and therefore no one will. Consider these the ramblings of a manman, who has reached Chapel Perilous.

To be mean is never excusable, but there is some merit in knowing that one is; the most irreparable of vices is to do evil out of stupidity. - C.B.

The best way i have found to

The best way i have found to understand psy ops is to Purchase or download hopefully legally -NLP videos and audios and books. In this way I have found there is a systematic method of psychological help or control available, likened to a mental science. Knowing information like that gives a breathtaking perceptive structure that is so amazing. Actually taking the time to understand it will change your life. The way it is taught in a positive manner in order to be used as therapy or other, is amazing. But while listening to it, you can see vast methods that could be used "improperly". while watching them I had ideas such as a liberty false flag etc. If that is even possible...

This kind of information just gives a BACKDROP to then ASSOCIATE to DOCUMENTED HISTORICAL METHODS OF CONTROL. that is a large gap and learning curve but it depends on what you already know.

I can't pinpoint anything down but all I can say is if you start listening you'll get it. But once you get it you won't be able to explain it to the next person. Not saying your even that interested or have the time but you never know right?

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Red Dawn Remake

Just in case you weren't aware, the original villains in the Red Dawn remake were the Chinese. They were CGI'd out (or whatever the terminology is) and replaced w/ the N Koreans.

http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2012/08/the...

China Is Not Invading America: OK, China is not actually in the movie, but its script originally had the invasion led by Beijing with help from Pyongyang. The studio decided to drop China as the villain, probably to avoid alienating the lucrative Chinese film market. But the idea that North Korea could do this all alone is so patently silly, and the fact of China's original place in the script is so likely to follow news coverage of Red Dawn 2, that it's almost as viewers are meant to mentally substitute Chinese soldiers for the North Koreans

Old Playbook.

Remember this one?

The Day After - 80's movie showing us what the day after a Soviet Nuclear attack would look like. 1983 to be exact. It coincided with a massive ramp in military spending as Reagan supossedly countered the failing & bankrupt "Evil Empire" (first time he used the phrase: 1983...).

There are no coincidences.

* Footnote: the final nail in the Soviet State coffin was their 10 year war in Afghanistan.

"One resists the invasion of armies; one does not resist the invasion of ideas" Victor Hugo

Keeping Us in Constant Fear Is A Form of Hypnosis - STOCKHOLM

"The Stockholm Syndrome.."

The effect is first to fear the threat, then to be angered by it then to love or embrace your enemy, hoping they will not harm us if we give in and for sake of piece...

By the way Mich~ael, I wouldn't waste my money on that 'Red Dawn' garbage. I have very good sense about what movies are worth going to see.

It's a knack I have always had. I haven't seen it because to me it isn't realistic. It's smells of phoniness (new word)

I rather fear my own government involvment in allowing some external enemy to attack our republic through our wide open southern flank.

This new 'Red Dawn' movie smells of government interference. They want us to believe we have to fear an attack by North Koreans.

This is government idiocy at work....'FEAR WHAT HAS PROBABLY HAPPENED BECAUSE OUR BORDERS HAVE BEEN WIDE OPEN FOR SO MANY YEARS.

THE ENEMY, IN MY OPINION, IF HE AN EXTERNAL ONE, IS ALREADY HERE AND TRAINING ON OUR SOIL AS WE SPEAK..

aNYWAY, IT'S Something to think about anyway.

But, I would advise you not to waste the money to go rent the movie..

The original 'Red Dawn' was a much more believable and realistic..

I agree! At best the talk of North Korea is really more of a distraction from the reality that our freedoms are slowly being eroded or taken away.

Remember what Ron Paul has said, and I paraphrase..."As long as we have our liberties we can survive"

As a former Baseball official(Umpire) - Our Motto was, "Keep your eye on the everlasting ball" What we need is to watch what they are doing as opposed to what they say...

If they (bad government) take our freedoms, they won't need an external enemy (North Koreans) to do it for them..(

Bluster

They have proven they can't hit the broad side of a barn from 20 paces. The only thing keeping North Korea together is an external threat.

If South Korea stood down and walked away from the DMZ and replaced soldiers with border police... then opened the border for North Koreans the entire state of the north would collapse. The case study: Hungary, East Germany and the Iron Curtain.

When Hungary removed their troops from the border with Austria and allowed East Germans to cross within a year the entire Warsaw Pact collapsed.

http://alturl.com/eb9gf

My theory - the South Koreans saw how hard and costly it was for West Germany to absorb East Germany. South Korea's economy is not as powerful. So they are containing North Korea and avoiding reunification.

"One resists the invasion of armies; one does not resist the invasion of ideas" Victor Hugo

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