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North Korean Photo Reveals ‘U.S. Mainland Strike Plan’



March 29, 2013

SEOUL – Kim Jong Un signed off on a plan to ready his forces to target the U.S. mainland and American bases in East Asia following yesterday’s U.S.-led B2 strategic bomber runs, the KCNA reported after the North Korean military conveyed an “emergency meeting” in the early hours of this morning.
In a photo published in the Korea Worker’s Party (KWP) paper the Rodong, plans for a strike on the U.S. mainland are clearly –and therefore probably deliberately– visible. The newspaper is widely distributed in cities, and often displayed in public places for easy viewing.
“He finally signed the plan on technical preparations of strategic rockets, ordering them to be on standby to fire so that they may strike any time the U.S. mainland, its military bases in the operational theaters in the Pacific, including Hawaii and Guam, and those in south Korea,” a KCNA report in English said.

In the below photos, Kim Jong Un can be seen in what appears to be a military command room, signing the ready order.


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The name "Sandy Hook" appeared on the map!!1!

Somebody call Alex!

Please tell me this was supposed to be posted in comedy

I have a plan - win Powerball and retire - seems about as plausible.

The US is taunting N Korea - plain and simple. We just flew two B2 bombers 50 miles from the border.

Seems the Nobel Peace Prize winner knows EXACTLY how to escalate a fight.

I can read Korean. I don't

I can read Korean. I don't see the word for the United States on that map at all. I don't even see how they can make that white map out to be the US either.

I really don't think...

that a country that can't even afford to feed itself is a threat to the United States.

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"The State is a gang of thieves writ large." - Murray Rothbard

They are if they are acting as surrogates for China and Russia

Remember the movie "The Spy Who Loved Me?" The villain had a supertanker that "captured nuclear submarines". China Ocean Shipping has one of the largest shipping fleets in the world. Converting one of their container ships or supertankers into a "floating submarine pen" to carry a half dozen or more midget subs would not be nearly as expensive as converting the subs to nuclear power. The submarines could be deployed at sea a hundred or so miles from their target and those midget subs could sit on station for at least a month without refueling their diesels. The US cities on Kim's target map are accessible by water except Austin, Texas, and Austin could be a deliberate misdirection; I think Kim's real target is the port of New York, specifically the United Nations Building or Wall Street. Besides, drug cartels have also purchased those midget submarines; so, what better way to smuggle drugs from China and the Golden Triangle that using a cargo ship carrying midget subs. Too "James Bond" for you? I hope you are right.


"...Kim's real target is...the United Nations Building or Wall Street."

Cool, I don't see a problem, let the villain have at 'em. LOL

Cool Hats

I want one.