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Confirmed: Those North Korean Communist Assclowns Are Pathetic
Several experts believe missiles that North Korea paraded this month in Pyongyang are fakes because a closer study of photographs of the weapons reveals odd inconsistencies in their design. Experts spotted a number of strange features on the purported missiles. For instance, the warheads do not appear capable of separating from the missiles, a key stage in ensuring proper flight. The question that remains is whether the missiles were mockups of a real missile that is being developed or simply phony missiles wheeled out for show.
North Korea missiles put on parade are fakes, experts say - latimes.com
North Korea Will Try Again With Missile Launch...
NKorea says it will launch long-range rocket soon
Dec 1, 2012 : Last long-range attempt fizzled in April
Granny says if dey launch it onna Dec. 21st - it gonna be the end o' the world...
US: Situation 'dangerous' ahead of NKorea launch
Dec 6,`12 -- The commander of American troops in Japan said Thursday that the situation ahead of North Korea's planned launch of a long-range rocket this month is "very dangerous."
Granny says send in the drones, zap `em with a Stuxnet virus...
North Korea nuclear test branded 'serious threat' to US
12 February 2013 - The US defence secretary said the US must be prepared to "deal with" North Korea's threat
North Korea’s nuclear test: Third time unlucky?
12 February 2013 - Widely tagged as unpredictable, sometimes North Korea is anything but. In 2006 and 2009, it launched long-range rockets. The latter, but not the former, was claimed as a satellite launch.
Granny says, "Obviously sanctions ain't worked so far...
NKorea to face sanctions for nuke, but China key
Feb 14,`13 -- For the past decade, the world's most powerful nations have turned to sanctions in an attempt to punish North Korea for a series of rocket launches and nuclear tests. Their stated goal: to stop North Korea's march toward acquiring an arsenal of nuclear-armed long-range missiles.
Diplomat confirms Iran nuke upgrade
Feb 14,`13 -- A senior diplomat is confirming Tehran's announcement that it has started upgrading its nuclear program. He says that U.N. officials just back from Iran saw new machines positioned to vastly accelerate output of material usable both for reactor fuel and nuclear warheads.
Beijing's condemnation of North Korea’s behaviour is obviously a half-hearted gesture to assuage the international community's anxiety over its Communist ally's nuclear programme and the Chinese government’s official news agency praised North Korea’s “determination to fight against the hostile policies of the United States and Japan with more powerful means.” It's natural that China stands firm with North Korea rather than playing a prominent role in resolving the nuclear crisis as expected, considering its traditional hostility towards the US and Japan.
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