CDZ The murder of Kim Jong-nang is part of Korea war plan

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    No, I am not. This is now the second time I've told you exactly that. What makes you think that describing the situation constitutes mounting a defense? This is now twice that you've shown that you either (1) cannot tell the difference between the two types of remarks, or (2) are committed to making stupid and unfounded assertions. It could be both.
     
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    The best Korean War Plan is to arm S. Korea and Japan with our nukes, pull our troops out of the DMZ, and see what happens before NK develops ICBMs that can reach our west coast. China will go :wtf:, but afterall, it is still their neighborhood.
     
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    Your conclusion does not follow your own main statements (premises).
    Your logic should have pointed to Kim Jong-Un (U) as the main suspect in the assassination of -Nang or -Nam (N).
    Based on your statements ...

    1) N.Korea's dictator is Kim Jong-Un (U). His estranged half brother is Kim Jong Nam (N).
    If Kim Jong-un (U) is dead, in monarch style N.Korea, Kim Jong-nang (N) could succeed to be the fourth ruler of Kim family.

    2) Kim Jong-nang (N) was under Chinese protection. He and his family lived in Macao (now under China). He is no doubt pro-China.
    Kim Jong-un (U) is not obedient to China.

    3) Therefore, Kim Jong-Un (U) had the primary motive to kill Kim Jong Nam (N), AND he had the resources to do it, without relying on other countries, just dumb citizens motivated financially.
     
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    Yes, Kim Jong-Un had the motive to murder Kim Jong-nang. But he basically had to follow China since China materially supports N.Korea. China had warned him not to touch his half brother. Kim Jong-nang claimed he was not interested in politics.

    The assassination style was more US than N.Korea's.

    And it belongs to a war plan.


    957. A decapitation strike on N.korea is ready (4/18/2017)

    US has developed a system of human location. The activity of a target like Kim Jong-un is no doubt under surveillance of high sky drone or space satellite. People know their communication are spied by NSA. Not much people know their activity are spied by NGA.

    US has prepared a decapitation strike operation already. Though most likely it will be a missile attack on N.Korea like what they had done in Syria and bomb attack (Mother of all bombs) in Afghanistan just several days away.

     
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    And then what. Take out one madman and who replaces him?



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