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Kim oversees simulated nuclear counterattack against U.S., South Korea

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Little Rocket Man is at it again.

I hope Rocket Man knows this : he and his entire nation will rapidly be reduced to dust if he tries anything against the US, South Korea or Japan.

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"Kim oversees simulated nuclear counterattack against U.S., South Korea"

Imagine the ENERGY and CREATIVITY of these people in one of the smallest and poorest countries in Asia who can cobble together a credible bite back against the largest and most threatening military colossus in history while under the economic bootheel of that colossus. Try to withdraw your mind from that media created caricature labeled "The Kim", and think of the PEOPLE and the power of their belief in their own country. I can understand why the Rulers of the south, Hanguk, fear the north and it's because the People of the North seem to have about twice the ENERGY of the People of the South. But these are prohibited thoughts here so I understand that they must be removed...

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the People of the North seem to have about twice the ENERGY of the People of the South.

Laughable. South Korea is so far more advanced than the North, people are healthier, taller, live longer - and are producing all manner of electronics, cars and hi-tech products.

Meanwhile those in the North are often forced to subsist on grass and insects. Children and babies are locked up for "political crimes". But...they have "twice the energy", eh?!

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Did the simulation include his palaces going up in flames?

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Did the simulation include his palaces going up in flames?

In the simulation, Kim's Luck dice roll was high, so his palaces survived the critical hit.

He also received extra Hero points on his next roll.

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did u notice the size difference kimmy is 3-4 times larger than his people forget missiles he will b super easy hit for a blind shooter shoot anywhere u will hit kimmy

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@Fighto

The headline says 'counterattack,' meaning that it presupposes his country has already been reduced to dust by foreign aggressors.

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Aren't those officers lined behind Leader Kim Jong Un carrier brass well versed with anything military? Kim succeeded his father in the middle of a river as an amateurish North's leader. And yet he now seems to command these officers, instructing them what to do about the country's defense and security.

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Hello Kitty 321Today  06:06 pm JST

@Fighto

The headline says 'counterattack,' meaning that it presupposes his country has already been reduced to dust by foreign aggressors.

Please explain how a country that has already been reduced to dust is going to implement a counterattack.

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Putin’s got some catching up to do if he wants to match Kim. This single “Looking at things” pic outdoes all of those in today’s earlier article about Putin driving himself in a car.

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@Yrral Rocket man just had more than 1.4 million North Koreans to volunteer to join or re-enlist in the military to fight against Seoul and Washington. The report said "VOLUNTEERED" do you really think that was the case or should the word be "FORCED". If you are fan go join the 1.4 cannon fodder since you said "American do not care about protecting anyone, especially Foreigners". Since all of your post are anti-American and if you believe in Lil KIm cause go sign up and support your dear leader!!

American do not care about protecting anyone, especially Foreigners,today mark the 20 anniversary of America lost cause in Iraq,even the Joint Chief of Staff,say Iraq was a lost cause ,he should know, because he was American top military advisor, American are not gung ho about fighting foreign wars any more Foreigner Google Admiral Mullen Iraq Lost Cause

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OssanAmericaMar. 20  06:52 pm JST

Hello Kitty 321Today  06:06 pm JST

@Fighto

The headline says 'counterattack,' meaning that it presupposes his country has already been reduced to dust by foreign aggressors.

Please explain how a country that has already been reduced to dust is going to implement a counterattack.

Reagan himself said a nuclear war is unwinnable nearly 40 years ago. Didn't this little greasy turdball learn anything? Kimmy is just lying to his people, as always.

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bro every damn day it seems like he wants to kill every one

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Reagan himself said a nuclear war is unwinnable nearly 40 years ago. Didn't this little greasy turdball learn anything? 

The operative word, which most of the posters here have chosen to ignore, is counterattack.

Reagan may have said a nuclear war is unwinnable, but the US has kept its nuclear arsenal remains in the thousands and guaranteed they model nuclear strikes.

”Little greasy turdball”?

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The missile launched from the North’s northwestern Tongchangri area flew across the country before it landed in the waters off its east coast, according to South Korean and Japanese assessments. They said the missile travelled a distance of about 800 kilometres, a range that suggests the weapon could target South Korea.

The chief nuclear envoys from South Korea, Japan and the U.S. discussed the launch on the phone and strongly condemned it as a provocation that threatens peace on the Korean Peninsula and in the region. They agreed to strengthen their co-ordination to issue a firm international response to the North’s action, according to Seoul’s Foreign Ministry.

https://worldabcnews.com/north-korea-launches-ballistic-missile-into-sea-in-response-to-u-s-south-korea-drills/

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Kim Jong Un is the third Kim to keep North Korea peaceful.

Compare that to the US with its continual wars around the globe.

Which country is the threat to peace?

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