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Old July 15th, 2017, 01:22 PM   #1
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Scenario war against North Korea

My mind at the beginning was a new Vietnam war but after thinking at home, I thought over 3 million market groups took a long time around the country, so I changed my mind to the North Korean side, and I think 3 carrier ships can manage a lesser reserve amount of marine soldiers about half a million late The rest on the west front of the United States of Army soldiers in part of the National Guard. The army manages the eastern front of the United States. Marine Corps, if they remain, take care of the southern part.

But regarding war in the North Korean part of the peninsula, I would like to meet North Korean reserve with the US Navy Reserve, which will be a blitzkrieg as with Nazi WW2 against the Soviet Union Nazi killed at least 3 times more than the original strength of Nazi or more, but in this party is The United States in the helm will try to conquer North Korea as I want with Trump as a leader in the United States.

Though Trump is the equivalent of Lill Kim Trump is America's dictatorship as a nationalist leader, whom I perhaps liked. Half a million in the helpline I appreciated a lot of people in the wrath of the communists.

First, the Korean War 1950-1953 since Vietnam slipped in 1975 after rising tense in the United States Trump's is it time for a round of North Korea in warboat reserves or what do you think of North Korea's nuclear weapons he will not use them. Then they are driven when the United States takes the whole of North Korea. By the same as Lill Kim's intended plans for nuclear bombs US Marines.
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Old July 15th, 2017, 01:43 PM   #2
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Sessions , Pence , Trump of these Three republicans ones get into North Korea with half million reserve Marines. With ms Clinton or Jew president Sanders it will not been war typos in North Korean land scape I'm sure realize two different caractor from side of Americans. Ms Clinton will fight terrorist.
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Old July 17th, 2017, 12:14 AM   #3
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Or 600.000 US Marines vs Vietnam's reserves.
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SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea on Monday proposed holding military and humanitarian talks with North Korea, aimed at easing tensions along their heavily armed border and arranging reunions of families divided decades ago by the Korean War.

North Korea did not immediately respond. Its reaction will be the first test of the pro-dialogue policy of South Korea’s liberal new president, Moon Jae-in, who argues that talks are the likeliest way to end the crisis over Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program.

The South wants to send a military delegation to the border village of Panmunjom on Friday to discuss “stopping all hostile activities that raise military tension” along the border, Vice Defense Minister Suh Choo-suk said on Monday.

Such a meeting would be the first between the two governments since 2015 and the first inter-Korean military dialogue since 2014.
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The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, had proposed such talks in a May 2016 speech. But the South’s then-president, Park Geun-hye, a conservative who has since been impeached and removed from office, rejected the offer, calling it insincere and demanding that the North first move toward dismantling its nuclear weapons program.





Mr. Moon reaffirmed his commitment to dialogue in a speech in Berlin this month, days after Pyongyang conducted its first test of an intercontinental ballistic missile.

Mr. Suh, the vice defense minister, on Monday called on the North to restore a military hotline that Pyongyang cut off in 2016, amid tensions following its nuclear test in January of that year. Without the hotline, the two militaries have no means of communicating quickly and directly to avoid an unintended conflict.

South Korea did not disclose what specifically it wanted to discuss if military talks were held. In past meetings, North Korea has demanded that the South stop holding joint military exercises with the United States and end the use of loudspeakers to broadcast propaganda along the border. South Korea has recently accused the North of sending military drones to spy on the South, an issue that Seoul would be likely to raise.

Also Monday, the South Korean Red Cross Society proposed a meeting at Panmunjom on Aug. 1 with its North Korean counterpart, to arrange reunions of relatives in the North and South who have not seen each other since being separated during the 1950-53 Korean War.

Those reunions, which have been held occasionally over the years, are a highly emotional issue and are widely seen as a barometer of inter-Korean relations. Mr. Moon said in his Berlin speech that the reunions should resume.

The last such meetings were held in 2015, when fewer than 100 elderly Koreans from each side were allowed to spend three days with their family members. About 60,000 South Koreans are still hoping for a chance to see wives, siblings and parents across the border before they die. More than half of them are in their 80s or older.

North Korea has said it will not allow another round of reunions unless the South sends 12 North Korean waitresses back to the country. South Korea has said that the women, who worked at a North Korean restaurant in China, chose to defect to the South with their manager last year, but Pyongyang accused the South of kidnapping them.

Pyongyang has also demanded the return of Kim Ryen-hi, a North Korean defector in the South who has said she made a mistake and wants to go back. South Korea has said there are no legal grounds for sending her back to the North.

The United Nations Security Council is discussing a new set of sanctions against North Korea over its ICBM test. The North has warned that such a move would lead to unspecified retaliatory measures, which analysts said might include another nuclear or long-range missile test.
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If there were no nuclear bomb possibilities, or North Korean rockets raining on Seoul, an initial North Korean invasion would be relatively simple in and of itself. I would say the vast majority of the troops could fight out of a wet paper bag. They are malnourished, their officers are corrupt, and none of them have ever been in any kind of fighting whatsoever nor have their officer corps. Most of the time the military does menial tasks for the regime like farm work, road work, etc.

The NK military equipment is antiquated to say the least, old Soviet crap from the 1960's-1970's, how many spare parts do they have? I would dare say that their missle technology is a joke too.

The citizenry does not have any weapons beyond farm equipment perhaps, and they are malnourished. Some villages might fight a little bit and get mowed down by Allied troops. I would try to change their hearts and minds by dropping rice, noodles, meat, candy and cigarettes from airplanes. A can of Spam and a kilogram of rice and the North Korean peasants would happily switch sides.

In a strict conventional war, Mexico could easily defeat North Korea and would be selling Enchiladas in Pyongyang in a week and using Kim Jong Un as a pinata. No reason to send in the A Team, but in a basic conventional fight, probably Mr. T, George Preppard and Dwight Scultz along with McGyver and Marcia Brady could beat NK in a shootout.

The problem is that would China allow an invasion? And North Korea as mentioned before has some tools that would not win them the conflict but would inflict severe damage, the rockets to Seoul, and a nuclear strike on Japan and possibly Alaska or Hawaii.

What America needs to do is scold China and Russia for supporting this regime, because those two assholes are keeping it going. Russia has tens of thousands of slave laborers from North Korea working to enrich the NK regime. The authoritarian regimes of Russia, China, the various Stan states, Iran, Saudi, no country matches the brutality and the total lack of any kind of human freedom like North Korea. North Korea should be ran like China now, a one party state that leaves the people alone if they leave them alone who allow international travel, domestic travel, western influences, FOOD, jobs, and not having to bow to dead men.
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Old July 17th, 2017, 05:40 AM   #6
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100.000 Mexican Army troops can't beaten NK's regime proffs even NK's reserves. Perhaps US forces are half million + ROK with 100.000 + Japan by 63.000 can going offensive tactics. Non nuclear bombs between NK vs US , ROK, Japan in war.
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Old July 19th, 2017, 08:34 AM   #7
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Non nuclear bombs in this war if president wants this war.
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