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2013-03-07 09:18:30 PM  

Donau: Our government often assumes that the leadership of other nations will act rationally in their best interests


Fark, our government often assumes our own government will act rationally and in our best interests.
 
2013-03-07 09:18:33 PM  

Satanic_Hamster: Hey NK!
[4.bp.blogspot.com image 680x717]


pinkie.mylittlefacewhen.com
perfect, it all works according to plan
 
2013-03-07 09:18:38 PM  

SithLord: Prickly Pete: I hope we see a unified Korea in our lifetimes.

Go play Homefront.


No thanks. The controls were abysmal.
 
2013-03-07 09:18:43 PM  

Carth: NK would overrun the south in 48-72 hours after destroying Seoul. We'd be forced to retake the damn peninsula.


arch.413chan.net

No. No they wouldn't. Not without the support of the Chinese PLA. The fact you buy the propaganda they put out about "leveling Seoul" is hillarious.
 
2013-03-07 09:18:53 PM  

GAT_00: make me some tea: GAT_00: This shiatty headline is what they went with?

As opposed to the other, shiattier headlines?

The thanks Rodman was funnier.


As the submitter of the Thanks Rodman headline, I like this one better.
 
2013-03-07 09:19:11 PM  

kimwim: Lost Thought 00: seadoo2006: So, answer me this: Has Best Korea significantly improved their rocket technology from what I can buy at the hobby shop, or are they still dropping ICBMs into the ocean 3 miles from launch?

Last attempt hit the 25 mile mark or so, I think. Enough to brush Japan

They're only 25 miles from Japan?


Hyperbole. Closer to 300 miles
 
2013-03-07 09:19:20 PM  

cptjeff: plumbicon: Is it time for some landscaping around the "Dear Comrade's"  palace?

Maybe like a glass parking lot?

Seriously, though, we know where their good stuff is, and a few JDAMs would probably do the trick.
The worst part is that the citizens who worship this ninny are the ones who'll suffer.

The problem is that the Best Koreans can lob a nuke or two at Seoul before our missiles get there.


i.imgur.com
Doubt it.
 
2013-03-07 09:19:40 PM  
devildog123:

I'm thinking we're good.

And yet, i'm thinking we're not.
 
2013-03-07 09:19:49 PM  

Well, that's not helpful.
Are we going to need to edit a new version of this pic?

dtdstudios.com
 
2013-03-07 09:19:50 PM  

Prickly Pete: I hope we see a unified Korea in our lifetimes.


If we reduce north Korea to a glass parking lot, then technically we have unified Korea, right? 100% of living Koreans in that area will be in South Korea.
 
2013-03-07 09:20:08 PM  

Omahawg: make me some tea: seadoo2006: So, answer me this: Has Best Korea significantly improved their rocket technology from what I can buy at the hobby shop, or are they still dropping ICBMs into the ocean 3 miles from launch?

Apparently they did actually launch a multi-staged rocket and achieved orbit just recently. Unless I missed the part about it not being true.

The U.S. also has an anti-ICBM system in place. Hopefully it works well enough. The greater threat is us being pulled into a land war to defend South Korea.

nah, America would never be so dumb to get involved in a land war in asia after vietnam. we learned our lesson! right? RIGHT!?!?!?


Next thing you know, they'll be going in against Sicilians when death is on the line.
 
2013-03-07 09:20:22 PM  

Weaver95: RickN99: You should write a poem about this for your 9th grade lit class.  Maybe you'll get a B and your parents will bump up your allowance.

If I'd wanted to hear your opinion, i'd have beaten it out of you.  now go get yer shine box.


Now someone will have to hose down Weaver95's remains from the trunk of a car.

C'mon guys, settle down -- try some of this "food" the Besties can't have. Try the... anything, actually.

/you want a leg or a wing?
 
2013-03-07 09:20:39 PM  
The sanctions include wider bans on the sale of military technology and luxury goods, including gems, pearl jewellery, yachts and luxury cars.

So THAT'S what it took to finally get them to abrogate the ceasefire.
 
2013-03-07 09:21:02 PM  
'...hours after threatening the US with a pre-emptive nuclear strike.'

What are they waiting for.?

I'm tired of doing the same thing everyday and listening to 13 year old kids whine about The Avengers and their iPhones on YouTube all the time.
 
2013-03-07 09:21:13 PM  
Apparently this went to his head.

l3.yimg.com
 
2013-03-07 09:21:22 PM  
Until NK attacks then the ceasefire is still tacitly in place.  The rest of the world should shock the hell out of them and pre-emptively attack.  That farce of a nation has existed for too long and the oppression of its people is a blight on the face of humanity.
 
2013-03-07 09:21:25 PM  
images3.wikia.nocookie.net

This is just a hissy fit over the latest rounds of sanctions that was unanimously approved by the UN Security Council today.
 
2013-03-07 09:21:31 PM  

Millennium: Omahawg: make me some tea: seadoo2006: So, answer me this: Has Best Korea significantly improved their rocket technology from what I can buy at the hobby shop, or are they still dropping ICBMs into the ocean 3 miles from launch?

Apparently they did actually launch a multi-staged rocket and achieved orbit just recently. Unless I missed the part about it not being true.

The U.S. also has an anti-ICBM system in place. Hopefully it works well enough. The greater threat is us being pulled into a land war to defend South Korea.

nah, America would never be so dumb to get involved in a land war in asia after vietnam. we learned our lesson! right? RIGHT!?!?!?

Next thing you know, they'll be going in against Sicilians when death is on the line.


After that they will all start going ass to mouth
 
2013-03-07 09:21:39 PM  

scubamage: Great Janitor: I say we just drop one nuclear bomb and end this one real fast.

That would be a very bad move. The fallout would land almost entirely on China, and South Korean. That would be bad, mmkay. We'd be much better having a bunch of drone jockeys level the place.


Okay, instead of drones, bombers under fighter jet escort, to the largest North Korean city, bomb it until it is a memory.  Repeat until they surrender or until there is no such thing as a North Korean.  Better that then sending our troops into yet another ground war.
 
2013-03-07 09:21:40 PM  
Give the land to China.  This way we're not in the nation building business and the minefield (and US support) will keep them out of South Korea.
 
2013-03-07 09:22:18 PM  

fusillade762: luxury cars


How would you feel if you could never buy another Mid-1970s Lincoln?
 
2013-03-07 09:22:22 PM  

Counter_Intelligent: Is that really Dennis Rodman in drag?


Drag?
 
2013-03-07 09:22:39 PM  
Sure, a bunch of Worst Koreans would die, along with a bunch of Americans, but Best Korea must know that they would be obliterated in no time if they pulled that shiat.  In the process, China would be flooded with refugees it doesn't want.

If they have an ounce of rationality, this is merely bluster.  If not, it will be an ugly war ending with the obliteration of Best Korea in relatively short order.

Make no mistake about the South Koreans.  They can be brutal too.  See: Vietnam.
 
2013-03-07 09:23:14 PM  

scubamage: If we reduce north Korea to a glass parking lot, then technically we have unified Korea, right?


Sorta. Unless someone decides to dust off the "Project Plowshare" plans, and turn South Korea into an island.
 
2013-03-07 09:23:47 PM  
Does this mean the Dodgers can't use Hyun-Jin Ryu  as a starting pitcher ??
 
2013-03-07 09:23:58 PM  

Tellurium: Please nuke Washington. A fresh start is about the best thing we can expect from that place anymore.


On behalf of of all us who live with our families in the Metro DC area, go fark yourself.
 
2013-03-07 09:24:13 PM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Counter_Intelligent: Is that really Dennis Rodman in drag?

Drag?


OH SHIII~~~
 
2013-03-07 09:24:14 PM  

GAT_00: This shiatty headline is what they went with?


Yeah. The other ones were better but you submitted them.
 
2013-03-07 09:24:45 PM  
Seeing as the demand for electronics from Samsung and LG is not declining, and China's middle class continues to grow, having a new source of cheap manufacturing in the area has lots of economic benefits. North Korea's location is perfect, being located midway between two of the world's fastest growing and most economically powerful cities.

/come at me bro
 
2013-03-07 09:24:46 PM  

Great Janitor: scubamage: Great Janitor: I say we just drop one nuclear bomb and end this one real fast.

That would be a very bad move. The fallout would land almost entirely on China, and South Korean. That would be bad, mmkay. We'd be much better having a bunch of drone jockeys level the place.

Okay, instead of drones, bombers under fighter jet escort, to the largest North Korean city, bomb it until it is a memory.  Repeat until they surrender or until there is no such thing as a North Korean.  Better that then sending our troops into yet another ground war.


I'm pretty sure that China will supply most of the ground forces in such an event. They don't get to use their military that often, and I think they'd love the extra respect they'd get in the international community. Would all be done under the guise of a UN Peacekeeping force, of course.
 
2013-03-07 09:25:01 PM  

farkingismybusiness: cptjeff: plumbicon: Is it time for some landscaping around the "Dear Comrade's"  palace?

Maybe like a glass parking lot?

Seriously, though, we know where their good stuff is, and a few JDAMs would probably do the trick.
The worst part is that the citizens who worship this ninny are the ones who'll suffer.

The problem is that the Best Koreans can lob a nuke or two at Seoul before our missiles get there.

[i.imgur.com image 500x500]
Doubt it.


I'd have a nuclear armed submarine or 3 hanging out in the Sea of Japan for this contingency. Sending an ICBM halfway around the world is a waste of time, and would allow leadership to escape to protective bunkers, assuming they hadn't done so already.
 
2013-03-07 09:25:11 PM  
fark you NK.

Am I here early enough to stop the "container ship" retards yet?

I'm punching the first pants wetting container ship wackjob in the nuts.
 
2013-03-07 09:26:14 PM  

spamdog: Kim Jong-un seems to have a considerably itchier bottom than Kim Jong-il.


The new kid wants to prove himself.  He might have even bought into his own propaganda.
 
2013-03-07 09:26:29 PM  

Weaver95: devildog123:

I'm thinking we're good.

And yet, i'm thinking we're not.


My sole concern would be the size of the NK standing army. It's currently at 1.1 million, with well over 5 million more reservists (automatic conscription at age 17 for 5 years for all males, and many females).

I have no idea what state their military is in though technology wise, though I can imagine China has probably kept them pretty well up to date.
 
2013-03-07 09:26:34 PM  

neongoats: fark you NK.

Am I here early enough to stop the "container ship" retards yet?

I'm punching the first pants wetting container ship wackjob in the nuts.


?
 
2013-03-07 09:26:45 PM  

Weaver95: devildog123:

I'm thinking we're good.

And yet, i'm thinking we're not.


Seriously, if Un had his troops crossed the border tomorrow, or even in the next few months, what part of the sequester would effect our response?  Most of our combat troops at this point are actually combat veterans, and I doubt they're going to forget how to fight in the next few months, even if all they did was lay around at home and drink beer (which, I promise you, they aren't doing).  Do you think they wouldn't bump up military funding if we had to go balls deep in Korea?  Would a war be good?  Of course not.  I'm just saying, we have the resources to handle it.  Only in your little mind are all our troops camped out in Israel, defending those evil zionists you hate so much.
 
2013-03-07 09:26:53 PM  

WTF Indeed: As the submitter of the Thanks Rodman headline, I like this one better.


Why thank you, I liked yours too. When I saw they were "ripping up all the pacts" I imagined a teenage girl throwing a hissy, ripping up papers and clicking all the buttons on FB.
 
2013-03-07 09:27:05 PM  

Great Janitor: Okay, instead of drones, bombers under fighter jet escort, to the largest North Korean city, bomb it until it is a memory. Repeat until they surrender or until there is no such thing as a North Korean. Better that then sending our troops into yet another ground war.


So, a war crime, then?

Because it's pretty commonly accepted that carpet-bombing civilian areas went out of vogue at the end of World War II, and was a pretty ineffective and dick move in Vietnam.
 
2013-03-07 09:27:07 PM  

Testiclaw: Prickly Pete: I hope we see a unified Korea in our lifetimes.

The logistics are an absolute nightmare, in every sense of the word, but I would love to see North Koreans free and able to experience the world and all it has to offer.


The biggest logistical nightmare I can see would be the likelihood of mass suicides when the Great Successor dies. The guy rules by personality cult, like his predecessors, and if even 0.1% of the populace decides to follow him into the grave, that's almost 25,000 people.

This is a pity. It is also a pity that there exist people without whom the world would genuinely be a better place, but the speed with which Kim Jong-Un has become one may well break some records.
 
2013-03-07 09:27:18 PM  

SN1987a goes boom: [encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com image 261x193]

If China doesn't support them (and come on, who would they rather lose their biggest trading partner or constant shiat-stirrers?), then the potential war will last all of 5 farking seconds.


You seem pretty confident while staring at photographic evidence of a government that has developed Stealth Nation Technology.
 
2013-03-07 09:28:01 PM  
On the bright side, M*A*S*H was a great series. It could use a sequel.
 
2013-03-07 09:28:04 PM  
FTFA: "A foreign ministry spokesman warned a second Korean war was "unavoidable", because the US and South Korea had refused to cancel their joint military exercise."

FTOFA:"North Korea vows nuclear attack on US, saying Washington will be 'engulfed in a sea of fire'"

starling.rinet.ru

Well it's one two three
What are we fighting for?
Don't ask me I don't like Sharia
next stop is North Korea

Well we've had our fun
Killing all those Mid East guys
Well, there ain't no time to wonder why
Whoopee we're all gonna die!

/got nuthin'
 
2013-03-07 09:28:27 PM  

Millennium: and if even 0.1% of the populace decides to follow him into the grave, that's almost 25,000 people.


:(
 
2013-03-07 09:28:38 PM  

farkingismybusiness: cptjeff: plumbicon: Is it time for some landscaping around the "Dear Comrade's"  palace?

Maybe like a glass parking lot?

Seriously, though, we know where their good stuff is, and a few JDAMs would probably do the trick.
The worst part is that the citizens who worship this ninny are the ones who'll suffer.

The problem is that the Best Koreans can lob a nuke or two at Seoul before our missiles get there.

[i.imgur.com image 500x500]
Doubt it.


I'm glad that our defense and intelligence agencies don't have to suffer from your boundless wit.
 
2013-03-07 09:28:50 PM  
DENNIS!

FARKING!


oi45.tinypic.com
RODMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN! !!! !!!
 
2013-03-07 09:29:05 PM  

neongoats: fark you NK.

Am I here early enough to stop the "container ship" retards yet?

I'm punching the first pants wetting container ship wackjob in the nuts.


What do you mean by "container ship retards"?
 
2013-03-07 09:29:26 PM  

quizzical: spamdog: Kim Jong-un seems to have a considerably itchier bottom than Kim Jong-il.

The new kid wants to prove himself.  He might have even bought into his own propaganda.


What do you expect from someone raised by Kim Jong-Il? If it weren't for his nuclear aggression, I might pity the man.
 
2013-03-07 09:30:45 PM  

germ78: SN1987a goes boom: [encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com image 261x193]

If China doesn't support them (and come on, who would they rather lose their biggest trading partner or constant shiat-stirrers?), then the potential war will last all of 5 farking seconds.

Something tells me that China is going to try to play both sides in this conflict.

/supply NorKor with food and fuel
//deny that they are doing so


I can see them doing that, but if NK went full nuclear retard, then I doubt very much they would throw in with them.
 
2013-03-07 09:30:53 PM  

igorknowsall: That chubby little fella really needs attention.


He's just lashing out, after his wife laughed at the size of his Dong.
 
2013-03-07 09:31:13 PM  
North Korea won't be taken seriously until they have to be taken seriously. Then everyone will wonder why they weren't taken seriously earlier.

If they are so harmless why the sanctions?
 
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