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War Over North Korea Nukes

What should the international community do about North Korea if they truly have tested nuclear weapons? Should we go to war if nothing slows their progress or should we wait for them to nuke California as they have sugguested?

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 ---Alan on 10/9/06
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Hi Alan:
Which is the only country that has developed nuclear weapons and has used them? Which country ready to use nuclear weapons even before discussions has begun? How many million civilians have the United States government and people killed in the last 50 years? Compare that outstanding record with that of Iran or any other of the countries that the United States is willing to destroy. Is it not intetresting how often spoken lies resemble truth?
---Janze on 6/5/08

Hi Jerry:
Which country has had a policy of assassinating elected head of states and other govrenment officials. How many million civilians have the United States government and people killed in the last 50 years? Compare that outstanding record with that of Iran or any other of the countries that the United States is willing to destroy. Is it not intetresting how often spoken lies resemble truth?

---Janze on 6/5/08

I say that we should be generous with all these countries (N. Korea & Iran) that want nuclear weapons. Let's give them one. Perhaps an air burst at 1000 ft. over their captial cities.
---jerry6593 on 6/4/08

Notlaw ... you really frighten me
---alan_of_UK on 8/18/07

Neither North Korea or Iran will respond to sanctions. This was probably only a test cell donation. and there is a big difference between that and a deliverable weapon system; but tampers and safeties technology is available, there are a lot of former Soviet nuclear scientist unemployed and willing to sell what they know. Korea will sell the technology if not weapons to any buyer on the open market. We will have to nuke both of them out of existence.
---notlaw99 on 8/18/07

Donna ... I am sorry if I took what you said wrongly. It did seem to me that you were supporting Notlaw's almost-demand that we nuke North Korea.
I will not bother to argue with Notlaw's fixed view of the moral issues, but just say that he is too optimistic about the lack of retaliation.
---alan8869_of_UK on 10/16/06

I did read today that Russia is discussing standing behind NATO; and, Israel is going to protect the Mediterranean countries. I don't like Bush, but he's got a tiger by the tail.
---Norma7374 on 10/16/06

Alan of UK -- I never suggested we SHOULD bomb anyone. But it's an option that will be considered. We know about things that DON'T help, for example, "buying off" N.Korea with humanitarian aid which untimately enriched only the country's elite and their nuclear weapons manufacture... weapons they sell to those who have vowed to destroy us.
Over the years, the U.S. has talked to the N. Koreans until we were blue in the face.

Got any suggestions? Please send them to the US State Dept.
---Donna2277 on 10/16/06

alan8869_of_UK what can they retaliate with the land base assets will be long out of commission and they don't have an SLBM program. The Russians and The Chinese will not be stupid enough to help them because they all ready know the North Korean government isn't trust worthy and would be scared to give them nuclear or CBR delivery systems because of possible use against themselves.

Besides I would trade off the entire population of North Korea against the loss of one American Serviceman anytime.
---notlaw99 on 10/16/06

Notlaw & Donna, even if we were to accept yuor suggestion to destroy those millions of innocent people, you have not addressed the point that evne blanket nuking of North Korea and Iran would not ensure that there was no retaliatory strike.
You would have to nuke the whole of the world apart from the US ... and then where would be your power?
---alan8869_of_UK on 10/16/06

Alan of U.K.-- No matter what.... 100,000,000 innocent lives may be at stake. Are you saying that the lives of the rest of us are not as valuable as N. Korean lives?
---Donna2277 on 10/15/06

alan8869_of_UK, It hard and cruel but that is the way it is, it's like fighting cancer using radical surgical techniques, you may have to lose a lot of healthy cells to get all of the cancerous ones because if you leave even one the cancer comes back. We do not have the manpower and economic resources for alternative means of control, and the problem must be addressed ASAP and the cancer removed in North Korea before you get a new infestation in Iran.
---notlaw99 on 10/15/06

Notlaw ... the true cost is the murder of millions of innocent human beings
---alan8869_of_UK on 10/15/06

A smart GI could even make a few bucks by submitting it as a cost reduction item. Cost of storage of 50 MX missiles, weapon storage, transportation coat, AEC cost of retrofitting Mark 21 RVs for use on Minuteman IIIs.
---notlaw99 on 10/15/06

A preemptive strike on North Korea as previously described is a war that we can afford because we already have all the assets to fight it. The 400th SMS [50 missiles, 500 Mark 21, 40 KT RVs] is shut down bet can be regenerated in a few days. You might as well use the assets. The object is to sanitize the area not occupy it.

The only real cost is JP4 consumption for air breather weapon delivery in wave block 2-5 and any hard copy print outs for satellite photo analysis of post strike assessments.
---notlaw99 on 10/15/06

We can't afford another war, we can't even win the one that we are in. Bush says that we will not go to war with them, but he will sanction them. I think this will only make them mad. I'm afraid that they could take advantage of the fact that even the Republicans want Bush to change his strategy and the fact that we are divided in our feelings about Iraq. Bush seems to be running out of words to justify us being in Iraq. It sounds like a no win situation.
---Norma7374 on 10/14/06

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I think the advantage that we have here is that, N. Korea doesn't KNOW whether we will actually "nuke" them or not. Many are betting that they won't want to take the chance. THEY are interested in self-preservation...not like some, who will risk anything for the sake of religion.
---Donna2277 on 10/14/06

Just heard on news they may be picking up some radioactivity over N. Korean test site in the atmosphere.
---R.A. on 10/14/06

Notlaw ... I meant that not even 10,000 missiles could be guaranteed to prevent a reprisal getting through.
And I used the wrong word about your suggestion ... I should have said "evil"
---alan8869_of_UK on 10/11/06

"Hold your friends close & your enemies closer". Kim Jong-ill (North Korea's bad boy) & his regime should be bound by the free world with severe economic sanctions & travel restrictions. Put Kim & gang in time out. Let his extremely oppressed people deal with him/them. No U.S. military intervention!!!
---Leon on 10/11/06

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It is a scary thing that North Korea does not have a deliverable weapon, and yet still threatens to launch when they get one. The only thing I can hope is God is "whispering in the ear" of the leaders of the United States and provides us a solution WITHOUT having to nuke. I think Psa 2:1 - 2:12 sums it up very well.
---Bob on 10/11/06

alan8869_of_UK, it is by no means preposterous and it is only 500 RVs not 10,000. Increment one missiles destroys all defence suppression, Soft task Alpha, Bravo and Charley All weapons are salted casings maximizing residual long term radiation making the area uninhabitable for centuries. Increment 2-5 air breather delivery B61 Strategic Gravity 7mt ground burst on all harden targets. There is no retaliatory and no occupation forces. The country is sanitized. Then ask Iran if they want the same.
---notlaw99 on 10/11/06

Notlaw ... 10,000 accurate hits within 50 minutes might not stop the one accurate response.
Your suggestion to nuke those countries is preposterous.
---alan8869_of_UK on 10/10/06

Jack, USSTRATCOM is till the only agency in the world that can deliver 500 Mark 21 Reentry Vehicles on target islands with circular error probable of 95% in under 50 minutes and can recycle those launchers with in 72 hours and still not made a major dent in the weapons inventory. We did not implode the MX launchers like we did the Minuteman IIs.
---notlaw99 on 10/10/06

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Korea and Iran this year, some other countries next year, and America can continue to spend it's young poeple on being the world's police force.

The world has gone crazy, and somehow people think they can make it stop. Why fret over the devices of evil men? God is in control.
---Pharisee on 10/10/06

To paraphrase Jesus, those who take up the nuke shall die by the nuke.

I don't see how the USA is an exception.
---Jack on 10/10/06

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