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Old 10-08-2006, 11:32 PM #22
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I have a solution to this. We send in Navy SEALS or Army Delta or some people like that. They don't destroy North Korea's nukes or even disable them. Instead, the sabotage the nukes so that when North Korea tries to launch nuclear missles, they automatically turn around and retarget the source that launched them. Then, the next time NK tests a weapon or tries to launch a missle, they end up blowing themselves up (not knowing that their weapons were sabotaged). I'd sit back drinking beer and eating popcorn and get a six foot erection watching that. Then, just to spite them, we have the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission send a letter to the North Korean government reminding them that nuclear weapons can be dangerous and that they really ought to be more careful.


Too bad this is the real world, and not a movie jackass.
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Old 10-08-2006, 11:33 PM #23
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if that realy did happen, it would be so amazing
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I have a solution to this. We send in Navy SEALS or Army Delta or some people like that. They don't destroy North Korea's nukes or even disable them. Instead, the sabotage the nukes so that when North Korea tries to launch nuclear missles, they automatically turn around and retarget the source that launched them. Then, the next time NK tests a weapon or tries to launch a missle, they end up blowing themselves up (not knowing that their weapons were sabotaged). I'd sit back drinking beer and eating popcorn and get a six foot erection watching that. Then, just to spite them, we have the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission send a letter to the North Korean government reminding them that nuclear weapons can be dangerous and that they really ought to be more careful.
What, are you 12?

Trust me, if that scenario were possible, Segal would be the only son of a ***** to pull it off.
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or jackie chan, he could blend in well
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I wonder how that will pan out, should be interesting.
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So could this lead to a new cold war? just wanna know what other people think...
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Old 10-08-2006, 11:42 PM #28
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So could this lead to a new cold war? just wanna know what other people think...


No, NK doesn't talk to anyone already, and nobody talks to them. Except like Russia...
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I wonder how that will pan out, should be interesting.
Interesting is not the word I would use to describe the situation.
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heres how i see it. russia hates us, but are affraid. they know they can not beat us in an up front war, so they supply anti america rouge nations such as iran with weapons and funds. russia iran and NK, and maybe china are butt buddies, but almost every other country hates them, and may go to war if any of them do anything. i think russia is pulling all the strings though
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No, NK doesn't talk to anyone already, and nobody talks to them. Except like Russia...
Russia didn't give them 'the bomb' china did
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but who gave china the weapons, probably russia.
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but who gave china the weapons, probably russia.
yes but this isn't about china
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Interesting is not the word I would use to describe the situation.
Why not?
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Luckily, you're not the one making any decisions, Ips. The Norks and Chinese are the ones providing the Iranians with tech, which the Iranians redesign or attempt to rebuild and resell. The Russians need us desperately, because they're falling apart. Putin may be a thug, but he's a really bright one. The only country close to the Norks right now is the Chinese, and even they are starting to heavily militarize the border between NK and the PRC, to prevent the massive refugee influx that will 100% occur when PRK finally collapses.
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Old 10-08-2006, 11:50 PM #36
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I believe this will likely force Japan to develop its own nuclear arsenal. In addition, unless severe punitive action is taken against North Korea, I think this will embolden Iran in continuing with its own nuclear weapons program.
You hit the nail on the head right here. In addition, it is just going to increase tensions in an area that is already on edge, not Middle East level on edge, but still pretty crazy.
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Luckily, you're not the one making any decisions, Ips. The Norks and Chinese are the ones providing the Iranians with tech, which the Iranians redesign or attempt to rebuild and resell. The Russians need us desperately, because they're falling apart. Putin may be a thug, but he's a really bright one. The only country close to the Norks right now is the Chinese, and even they are starting to heavily militarize the border between NK and the PRC, to prevent the massive refugee influx that will 100% occur when PRK finally collapses.
i agree, russia understands that they cant do anything to us, but they still hate us, so they try to indirectly hurt us
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The only country close to the Norks right now is the Chinese, and even they are starting to heavily militarize the border between NK and the PRC, to prevent the massive refugee influx that will 100% occur when PRK finally collapses.
where the hell are you getting you ideas?? the toilet?
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Hopefully this dosen't build up to WW3
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Old 10-08-2006, 11:57 PM #41
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Hopefully this dosen't build up to WW3
na, NK might have a large army for a country its size, but it is screwed if it trys to do anything, and russia wont help them directly
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oh no not North korea!!! we all must go hide in our fallout shelters now, hurry!!
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