Talk, talk, talk. Decades of talk about how the government of North Korea is a monster to its people, a stain on humanity in general and a threat to the United States in particular and now we are at the moment when a crackhead Nork dictator has the ability to strike both coasts, including Washington D.C., with a nuclearized ICBM.
This is unacceptable and a betrayal of our government’s Constitutionally-authorized duty to protect its people.
Reuters announced on November 28 that the boy named Kim celebrated the successful launch of the Nork ICBM Hwasong-15 which “reached an altitude of about 4,475 km (2,780 miles) – more than 10 times the height of the International Space Station – and flew 950 km (590 miles) during its 53-minute flight.”
Using that information and trajectory, the ICBM “would have a range of more than 13,000 km (8,100 miles) – more than enough to reach Washington D.C. and the rest of the United States, the U.S.-based Union of Concerned Scientists said.”
Following the launch, Kim Jong Un said his country was now a nuclear power and would use his weapons to fend off the militaristic imperialism of the United States.
Huh. I guess Kim has Bill Ayers writing his pressers now.
Reuters tries to play down the horrible news by stating many “nuclear experts say the North has yet to prove it has mastered all technical hurdles, including the ability to deliver a heavy nuclear warhead reliably atop an ICBM, but it was likely that it soon would.”
The Norks say they have the ability to attach a powerful nuclear package on the ICBM. If the “experts” are inferring that the aiming of the missile needs work, that may not matter.
As The Unwanted Blog relates, “it would be a much less challenging mission to deposit a single warhead a few hundred kilometers above the central US in order to set off an EMP. If they were successful in pulling that off, the death toll would be horrendous. Estimates I’ve seen go up to a death toll of up to 90% of the American population due to the subsequent collapse of the power and transport infrastructure; famine would quickly follow, but not as quickly as major cities like Chicago and New York eating themselves.”
Speaking of Chicago, guess who is to largely blame for the Norks reaching this point?
The answer according to Newsweek?
“Trump inherited the global threat that is North Korea not only from his immediate predecessor, Barack Obama, but also from Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. And the truth is the country’s last three commanders in chief have all used various forms of diplomacy, strong language and even direct communication with North Korean leaders only to end up making little to no progress.”
Talk, talk, talk, BOOM!
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