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  • Can we look beyond this dinky N Korea BS

    and ask some serious questions. Why are we as a nation, over a quarter of a century after the collapse of the Soviet Union still stockpiling 6,800 nuclear weapons? What's the point in time, effort and finances. Drawdown with everybody including Russia and get this down to few hundred for defensive purposes. You can only wipe out life on Earth one time. Every thing beyond that is kinda useless. Kinda Like Smurphs viewing habits.

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    The short answer: The MIC.

    We are in a perpetual state of war here in America; and as such we can never 'disarm'.

    Honestly our biological weapons programs scare me a lot more than our nukes.

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    • #3
      Personally I think this whole North Korea business is Japan's problem. Japan is the one country that has been the most effected by the power of an atomic blast. We should release them from controls over their own military, hand over the keys to the bases we have on their lands, and let them deal with the NK situation, including any nukes. Japan once knew how to deal with the Koreans with a pimp hand, they can probably figure out how to again.

      We don't have enough money to take care of our own people? Quit spending it over there, we'd have plenty.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by PSA View Post
        The short answer: The MIC.

        We are in a perpetual state of war here in America; and as such we can never 'disarm'.

        Honestly our biological weapons programs scare me a lot more than our nukes.
        Our biological programs were discontinued decades ago.I believe after 30 years, they just cleaned that mess up.

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        • #5
          Nukes are so 20th century, they're boring, we should have been developing better weapons, like taking out power grids, putting populations to sleep, controlling weather, , taking over servers, super rail guns and building terminators...we have a few toys

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          • #6
            Originally posted by hamcannon View Post
            Nukes are so 20th century, they're boring, we should have been developing better weapons, like taking out power grids, putting populations to sleep, controlling weather, , taking over servers, super rail guns and building terminators...we have a few toys
            Building Terminators. lmao

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            • #7
              Originally posted by QillerDaemon View Post
              Personally I think this whole North Korea business is Japan's problem. Japan is the one country that has been the most effected by the power of an atomic blast. We should release them from controls over their own military, hand over the keys to the bases we have on their lands, and let them deal with the NK situation, including any nukes. Japan once knew how to deal with the Koreans with a pimp hand, they can probably figure out how to again.

              We don't have enough money to take care of our own people? Quit spending it over there, we'd have plenty.
              Japan is working in that direction. We're going to assist them when necessary.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by WTexasCrude
                Our biological programs were discontinued decades ago.I believe after 30 years, they just cleaned that mess up.
                Don't let the word "defense" confuse you.[/quote]

                Introduction 1-In accordance with section 1523, title 50 United States (U.S.) Code, the U.S.Department of Defense (DoD) Chemical and Biological Defense Program (CBDP) 2016 Annual Report to Congress provides an assessment of the DoD's overall readiness to fight in a chemical and biological (CB) warfare environment.
                Finding all the different ways a virus can kill someone in the name of defense still gives you devastating weapon should you opt to use it.

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                • #9
                  I feel so bad for the innocent masses in N Korea who will be slaughtered if that madman doesn't die soon. I am sure most of them are like most of us , they just want to work and support their families .

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                  • #10
                    someone should start a relief drive for them, like poodles for pyongyang or some shit

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                    • #11
                      I heard Congressman Peter King say on the news this morning that Eisenhower threatened to nuke North Korea so that they would agree to stop the war.

                      I had never heard that before.

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                      • #12
                        The world generally fights guerilla warfare models and the US has built a military to fight a country that no longer exists. We continue to build aircraft carriers which have been made redundant by a platform that costs about 1/10th the price.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by anue View Post
                          someone should start a relief drive for them, like poodles for pyongyang or some shit
                          Find the hottest ones (we'll make the assumption there are a few), give them their shots and a good scrubbing, dress them up a little and have a Poontang for Pyongyang fundraiser.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by PSA View Post
                            Don't let the word "defense" confuse you.


                            Finding all the different ways a virus can kill someone in the name of defense still gives you devastating weapon should you opt to use it.[/QUOTE]

                            Yeah, I see you didn't get the memo. President Nixon authorized the DOD back in the early 70's (Russians did the same in an informal agreement) to eliminate all chemical weapon stockpiles that the US possessed. What a mess. Hastily built in many forms (large bombs down to small munitions) back in the 40's-60's. Much on the edge of leaking. Multi-Billion dollar factory built on the Johnston Atoll in the Pacific. Finally started destroying it all in 1990. It quietly finished the job after a quarter Century with the last chemical weapons package not 2-3 years ago.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by WTexasCrude View Post



                              Finding all the different ways a virus can kill someone in the name of defense still gives you devastating weapon should you opt to use it.
                              Yeah, I see you didn't get the memo. President Nixon authorized the DOD back in the early 70's (Russians did the same in an informal agreement) to eliminate all chemical weapon stockpiles that the US possessed. What a mess. Hastily built in many forms (large bombs down to small munitions) back in the 40's-60's. Much on the edge of leaking. Multi-Billion dollar factory built on the Johnston Atoll in the Pacific. Finally started destroying it all in 1990. It quietly finished the job after a quarter Century with the last chemical weapons package not 2-3 years ago. [/QUOTE]

                              And if they finished it quietly how is it YOU know they did it?

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