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Mattis: No need yet to shoot down N Korean missiles

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By ROBERT BURNS

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What if I were to tell you that Japan has spy satellites in geosynchronous orbit above North Korean territory. Geosynchronous means the satellite is over NK 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

With these satellites the Japanese government can easily see NK preparing their rockets, mounting them on the pads and fueling them. Which means none of these launches are actually a surprise.

Yet every time they happen the Japanese media show Abe scurrying around in disbelief and dismay, supposedly rushing to hastily arranged meetings to deal with the apparent sudden launch.

It's all staged drama.

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I disagree with him here, it's time to shoot the missiles out of the sky or activate this military option that doesn't "put Seoul at risk". There's only a few months left before NK can deploy a single thermo nuke on a missile capable of landing on the US mainland so something will happen in the next coming months I suspect. At the very least some sort of cyber attack will need to happen

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"No ABILITY yet to shoot down N Korean missiles"

Fixed it!

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The US has reached it's tolerance level with Kim Jong Un and offered every conceivable compromise in return for real peace talks and NK stopping it's nuclear and other WMD programs. It is clearly as daylight now that Kim is determined to continue his nuke ICBM's and daily threats to the US and the world therefore military eradication of the problem IS justified as a defensive move !

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"No. 1, those missiles are not directly threatening any of us,"... Sure!

Can't even detect a container ship.

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