• MORE DICKWAVING! North Korea: Ready to go to war with U.S., South Korea
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[release] Seoul (CNN) -- North Korea said it's ready to fight a war with the United States and South Korea as the two allies kicked off their annual joint military drills Monday, according to state-run media. "Hundreds of thousands of troops are poised for a war carrying nuclear war equipment," North Korea's KCNA news agency reported, saying Pyongyang considers the drills to be practice for a preemptive strike on the North. The international community has been negotiating with North Korea over its nuclear program for years. The most recent talks between North Korea and the United States ended Friday with little visible progress. They were the first high-level talks since the death of North Korea's longtime leader, Kim Jong Il, in December and the subsequent transition of power to his youngest son, Kim Jong Un. Kim's death threw into flux U.S. plans for renewed diplomacy with North Korea, including formal talks on ending Pyongyang's nuclear program and possible resumption of U.S. food assistance. The North Korea government was expected to suspend its uranium enrichment in exchange for food assistance as part of a deal that was to be announced around the time of Kim's death. The annual Key Resolve military drills that began Monday involve 2,100 U.S. troops with their South Korean counterparts. Washington insists the exercises are defensive in nature and unrelated to any geopolitical events. The current military drills are scheduled through March 9, with a second set of overlapping exercises beginning March 1 and running through the end of April. South Korea and the United States regularly hold military drills and just as often North Korea denounces them as a provocation. KCNA reported Saturday that Kim Jong Un, the new North Korean leader, visited military units in the southwest of the country, including one that fired upon a South Korean island in November 2010, killing two civilians and two marines. North Korea said its forces were responding to a South Korean military drill in the area. While visitng the troops, Kim Jong Un "ordered them to make a powerful retaliatory strike at the enemy, should the enemy intrude even 0.001 mm into the waters of the country where its sovereignty is exercised," KCNA reported. [/release] [url]http://edition.cnn.com/2012/02/27/world/asia/north-korea-tensions/index.html?eref=edition[/url]
bring it
I can't take the NK seriously, they've been at a ceasefire for how long now?
[QUOTE=Triumph Forks;34890050]bring it[/QUOTE]Indeed, enough of this dickwaving; We shall touch balls!
Kim Jung-Il dies North Korea wants war. Homefront's plot unraveling.
Was there ever a time in history where nations left each other alone without perpetually trying to prove their superiority? For fucks sake, I'd like just one month where I don't see a story about supranational dick waving about how one country is pumped to take on another.
There's no way North Korea can win a war like this.
[QUOTE=toastedspyro;34890126]There's no way North Korea can win a war.[/QUOTE] Fixed that for ya.
[QUOTE=Ern;34890105]Kim Jung-Il dies North Korea wants war. Homefront's plot unraveling.[/QUOTE] Welp, better buy me a gun. :911:
Dickwaving you say? [img]http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_K9ic6CASKIs/TFMM9GGxEXI/AAAAAAAABCk/qlyxs6lfgl4/s1600/north-korean-leader-kim-jong-il.jpg[/img]
[QUOTE=ExplodingGuy;34890074]Indeed, enough of this dickwaving; We shall touch balls![/QUOTE] no more half measures cross swords
Fuck I just don't get it. When you talk shit but everyone flat out knows you can't back it up you're a joke it and just makes you look worse. I guess it doesn't matter though since they're so fucking delusional
Since I'm on the opposite side of the world, I'm just gonna go ahead and... [img]http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/16157599/images/1315005620859.gif[/img] But really, with the fact that NK is out-dated, delusional, barely has any food to support their troops isn't really going to help them against two fronts like the US and SK. And I doubt nukes will help them, I'm pretty sure everyone would spot them and get rid of them mid-air (at least the US) and then proceed kicking their ass. [highlight](User was banned for this post ("image macro again." - postal))[/highlight]
Aren't they only in a long term ceasefire? As far as I know, the Korean war was never ended, thus they're technically at war now.
[QUOTE=Pvt. Martin;34890139]Dickwaving you say? [img]http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_K9ic6CASKIs/TFMM9GGxEXI/AAAAAAAABCk/qlyxs6lfgl4/s1600/north-korean-leader-kim-jong-il.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] RIP Kimmy. Best leader of best Korea.
This just in! Scientist discover huge radioactive crater where NK used to be. Foul play suspected, more on this at 10!
OP is late by going on 60 years now
[QUOTE=shian;34890016][release] Seoul (CNN) -- North Korea said it's ready to fight a war with the United States and South Korea[/release][/QUOTE] [img]http://www.buffalobeast.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/obama-laugh1.jpeg[/img]
[QUOTE=GlebGuy;34890670]And I doubt nukes will help them, I'm pretty sure everyone would spot them and get rid of them mid-air (at least the US) and then proceed kicking their ass.[/QUOTE] I doubt they even have the means of delivery for said nukes. Building a bomb is a thing, but propelling it towards your target is another kind of business.
[QUOTE=jimhowl33t;34891408]I doubt they even have the means of delivery for said nukes. Building a bomb is a thing, but propelling it towards your target is another kind of business.[/QUOTE] [thumb]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/8a/2006_Ojiya_balloon_festival_011.jpg[/thumb] HIGHLY CLASSIFIED PHOTO OF BEST KOREA NUKE DELIVERY SYSTEM
[QUOTE=zombojoe;34890073]I can't take the NK seriously, they've been at a ceasefire for how long now?[/QUOTE] Technically they're at war right now since no peace treaty was ever signed.
Wow they really must be tired of living. This is pure suicide, why don't they just let NKoreans out of the country so they don't have to be sent to the lion's mouth? :(
[QUOTE=dass;34891448]Wow they really must be tired of living. This is pure suicide, why don't they just let NKoreans out of the country so they don't have to be sent to the lion's mouth? :([/QUOTE] Because the population of NK is brainwashed and worship their leader. Half of them doesn't want to leave.
They should invite North Korea to their games next time.
why cant this world be a happy world and give each other candy and alot of it.
[QUOTE=dagoth_ur;34891432][thumb]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/8a/2006_Ojiya_balloon_festival_011.jpg[/thumb] HIGHLY CLASSIFIED PHOTO OF BEST KOREA NUKE DELIVERY SYSTEM[/QUOTE] Just in: Iran has gotten a hold of said delivery technology! [img_thumb]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/44722719/KimJongIllin.jpg[/img_thumb]
At some point, NK's regime will fall. Let's just hope that when that time comes, it won't be that messy. Right now NK's population doesn't seem to be capable of overthrowing their government.
[QUOTE=mac338;34892489]Just in:Iran has gotten a hold of said delivery technology! [img_thumb]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/44722719/KimJongIllin.jpg[/img_thumb][/QUOTE] [img]http://i.imgur.com/wS5zf.jpg[/img] [highlight](User was banned for this post ("Image macro" - Orkel))[/highlight]
[QUOTE=iSnubWaitWhat;34891469]Because the population of NK is brainwashed and worship their leader. Half of them doesn't want to leave.[/QUOTE] Not all of them are. About half of them are very resentful, whilst the other younger people are normally more susceptible. I guess NK is weeding out the old so the people who weren't always slaves won't be able to spread any kind of resistance.
NK v.s. USA & SK (Nato would get involved) ... North Korea would be roflstomped so hard...
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