North Korea says a preemptive nuclear war with the United States could start any time as tensions continue to escalate between the two countries.
Earlier in the day, the army said that it had received final approval for a nuclear attack on the US in response to Washington’s threats and its planned deployment of an advanced ballistic missile system to the Pacific island of Guam.
The Pentagon said on Wednesday that Washington would deploy the ballistic Terminal High Altitude Area Defense System (THAAD) to Guam in the coming weeks. The US has also deployed a battalion equipped to deal with nuclear, biological and chemical attacks in South Korea. Meanwhile, South Korean Defense Minister Kim Kwan-jin said the North had moved a missile to its east coast. Pyongyang: North Korea on Monday warned of preemptive nuclear attacks against the US and South Korea as its joint military exercises are scheduled to kick off later in the day. While NATO is contemplating its existential purpose in a world where the Cold War has suddenly come back with a vengeance, and the military alliance has found itself woefully unprepared to deal with a Russia which no longer accepts the supremacy of the west (appropriately enough NATO is doing this on a golf course) Russia is also strategizing, only instead of issuing "sharply-worded catchphrases" and hashtags, a Russian general has called for Russia to revamp its military doctrine, last updated in 2010, to clearly identify the U.S. Moscow Times reports that Russia's military doctrine, a strategy document through which the government interprets military threats and crafts possible responses, is being revised in light of threats connected to the Arab Spring, the Syrian civil war and the conflict in Ukraine, the deputy chief of the Kremlin's security council told RIA Novosti on Tuesday.
If this sounds like a statement taken right out of the (first) Cold War, one involving the whole nuclear arms race, is because it is. At the basis of this dramatic escalation is none other than Russia's stated response to what it perceives as a clear expansionary NATO threat. Yakubov said the information war being waged over the crisis in Ukraine — where the West accuses Russia of arming separatists fighting the government in Kiev — and NATO's announcement that it would establish a permanent military presence in Eastern Europe have validated earlier fears that the alliance's claims of non-aggression toward Russia were insincere.
And the punchline: the general added that special attention should be paid to integrating the functions of the newly created Air and Space Defense Forces with Russia's land, sea and air based nuclear forces.
Which it did less than a year ago, long before the Ukraine civil war was headline news every day. Russia has stationed missiles with a range of about 500 kilometers in its Kaliningrad enclave and along its border with the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, Germany’s Bild-Zeitung reports, citing defense officials it didn’t identify. Moscow reiterated on Tuesday it may deploy Iskander theater ballistic missiles in the Baltic exclave of Kaliningrad that will be capable of effectively engaging elements of the U.S. NATO members agreed to create a missile shield over Europe to protect it against ballistic missiles launched by so-called rogue states, for example Iran and North Korea, at a summit in Lisbon, Portugal, in 2010.
The missile defense system in Poland does not jeopardize Russia’s nuclear forces, Army General Nikolai Makarov, chief of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces, said. Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes. The controversial NATO sponsored report entitled “Towards a Grand Strategy for an Uncertain World: Renewing Transatlantic Partnership“.
The bear has grown smarter and stronger under the leadership of the most significant man in human history. OUR Politicos Are Fucking Things Up Royally AGAIN, We Need Your Urgent Intervention Before They Destroy Everything In The Name Of Macho Hubris! Be ironic if the US spent trillions looking for weapons of mass destruction in a desert in Iraq, which didn't exist, if the Russki's send off a volley of nukes.
Ambassador de Sadesky: There were those of us who fought against it, but in the end we could not keep up with the expense involved in the arms race, the space race, and the peace race. They're still in the stone age, they pray to invisible gods, rock back and forth at stone walls, have magic hats. Mate, that is a hyperlink to just how truly deluded humans have become (or maybe always were). I remember as a child being terrified of the monsters that lived under my bed and walking into that room at night, on my own, was laced with terror. I'd rather die in a nuke exchange than even contemplate trying to survive something as awful as 1980s America again. From that point on, Earth becomes floating ball of death, a non event in the grand scheme of things to be sure, but also a pretty large gamma emitting beacon of stupidity on a grand scale.
Mayer might like to buy when there's blood in the streets, but if he thinks it might be his, he'd kill us all first.
Or should I stock up on Jimmy Buffet songs, TP and Scotch for the Bunker?  What say you, Chief Engineer? 2 things annoy the fuck out of me more than anything else: slowpoke dickheads doddling in the left lane and so called educated people pronouncing nuclear as nukular.


Sadly, India is finding comfort in suckling on Japan's shrivelled, radioactive dong for now. Anyone who is stupid enough to start yammering on about using nukes should have one shoved directly up their ass, and that goes for both sides. This is looking more and more like ground zero for SHTF, and it's completely planned that way.
Boko Haram Increasingly Using Child Suicide Bombers – Children Volunteering To Escape An Even Worse Fate? Brothers Fake A Zombie Apocalypse To Prank Little Sister After Wisdom Teeth Surgery, And It’s Hilarious! The statement containing the nuclear threats was released by the National Defense Commission of North Korea and was published by the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA). The drills came after North Korea successfully tested what it claimed was a hydrogen bomb on January 6, followed by the launch of a long-range rocket on February 7, which some alleged was a test of ballistic missile technology. Tensions are also much higher than normal due to the recent round of new sanctions imposed on the DPRK by unanimous U.N.
South Korea is also set to impose even tougher sanctions on its neighbor to the north next week, which would include banning all ships that have previously docked at any port in the DPRK from entering South Korean ports. North Koreans perform showing during the commemorations of the 60th anniversary of the ruling Workers’ Party of North Korea.
Though Moscow also mentioned that the military drills put unprecedented military and political pressure on North Korea and as the clear target of these exercises it should be concerned for its safety, warnings of a legal basis for invasion from the Russian Federation are highly notable. Pyongyang’s ability to actually carry out its own threats of a preemptive nuclear strike remains uncertain. The statement was released even as the United States has urged North Korea to refrain from making provocative steps and issuing statements that would trigger further tension.
In a statement carried by state media KCNA, the DPRK's National Defense Commission said South Korea's army and people will launch an all-out offensive and make counter-action for preemptive attack.
The statement, according to China's state-owned news agency Xinhua, said the preemptive attack is aimed at the joint military drills conducted by US and South Korean forces. It added that preemptive nuclear strike will be ordered by the Supreme Command of the Korean People's Army. The Supreme Command of the KPA earlier announced that the first attack target will be Chongwadae, the presidential office in South Korea and the second target will be the White House in the United States. The statement also came after South Korea criticized DPRK for its denunciation of new tougher UN Security Council resolution. The DPRK on Friday strongly condemned the new UN Security Council resolution and threatened to take resolute measures against it.
The new resolution, which further tightens sanctions against the DPRK, is the "worst and most explicit international criminal act that aims to isolate and stifle the defensive and just sovereign state," says a statement of a government spokesman. Could it be true that two instalments of "Call of Duty" would already be part of the list of Xbox One backwards compatible games?
In one of the longest-running armed conflicts anywhere in the world, North Korea and South Korea have been at war for five decades. The missiles landed in the sea off southern Japan on Monday morning after traveling for over 300 miles, South Korea’s Defence Ministry reported.
However, he did strike a conciliatory note at the end of his speech, when he highlighted that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had emphasized in his New Year’s address to the country that the North and South should come together in peace. A recent report in ValueWalk highlighted that nuclear weapons technology experts were in agreement that Pyongyang’s nuclear program poses a serious international threat. Taking advantage of satellite data, North Korean media reports and their knowledge of nuclear programs, nuclear proliferation experts Joel Wit and David Albright suggest three possible future scenarios. The second and most likely scenario suggests Pyongyang can produce as many as 50 weapons over the next five years. Clayton Browne is a writer, editor and translator with a background in business and finance, technology and the social sciences.
The 2010 doctrine defines NATO expansion as a threat to Russian national security and reaffirms its right to use nuclear weapons in a defensive posture, but stops far short of declaring NATO as Moscow's primary adversary and laying preemptive nuclear strike scenarios on the table, a posture unmistakably reminiscent of the Cold War. This is what happened the last time Russia flexed its nuclear deterrence muscles, in November of 2013.
Satellite images show a “double-digit” amount of mobile units identified as SS-26 Stone in NATO code.


Think massive Russian Iskander ICBM systems planted on the border with Poland, Ukraine, the Baltics and all across Russia Western border, and the furious screamfest this would waterfall into. I can see a Banzai poster showing the CIA tip-toeing around Iraq with an over sized magnifying glass looking in rat holes for nukes, while the sky above is full of ICBM's, with a made in Russis insignia, on their way to the US. Maybe they know it's time to give up, and they want to go out with a bang, before the pitchforks come out.
Russia should keep following the line they have been and denying the bankers the war they need, starve the beast. Security Council vote last week because of the nuclear test and missile launch, both of which were direct violations of international sanctions.
F-22 stealth fighter lands at the Osan Air Base on February 17, 2016 in Pyeongtaek, South Korea. South Korea said DPRK's denunciation will be an outright challenge to the international community. Moreover, there is no sign of a let up in the tensions between the two countries and the situation even threatens to spill over into a global war. That said, it’s not easy to determine just  how much of a threat the North Korean nuclear arsenal presents to the rest of the world. In their first scenario, the reclusive nation would be able double its nuclear stockpile to at least 20 weapons in the next five years.
Disturbingly, they may be able to develop smaller plutonium-based weapons that could be mounted on its ballistic missiles. Sign up for our free newsletter and like our Facebook page for latest news updates and leaks.
That in itself is not disturbing: we reported as much yesterday and is merely more rhetorical posturing. They concluded that the consequences of even a “small” nuclear war would include catastrophic disruptions of global climate[i] and massive destruction of Earth’s protective ozone layer[ii]. Maybe it is time to stop slaving for those whose personal budget is a multiple of the state budget?
Our doomsday scheme cost us just a small fraction of what we had been spending on defense in a single year. Humans have a collective need for a higher power because it seems existing on a tiny blue marble in the infinite recesses of space, on your own, is just too scary for the human mind to cope with. What happens is the Alpha and Beta emitting isotopes begin to stack on top of one another, the reason they do this is because of the intense, very dense, but very short beta and alpha radiation.
Radioactive material, wont sit next to one another, they push each other away due to its decay. In the third and worst case scenario, the stockpile of North Korean nukes would soar to 100 by 2020. Where things, however, get very problematic is that the general demands that Russia spell out the conditions under which the country would launch a preemptive nuclear strike against the 28-member military alliance. The deciding factor was when we learned that your country was working along similar lines, and we were afraid of a doomsday gap. It is quite intriguing though how these fantacies do seem to serve to quell the monsters of fear that lurk in the human brain. Once the atmosphere of the Earth becomes over popuated with these "stacked" isotopes, it creates a type of Gamma radiation that I cant remember what its called, then atmosphere of the Earth will literally buldge, then POP!
An active member of his community in Austin, Texas, Clayton is also a member of the Austin-area Salvation Army Advisory Board. Every bit as real as that dragons claw that would reach from under the bed and grab my at my ankles. The entire thing just pops off of the Earth, and we are washed over by solar wind and the cold, hard reality of space.



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