• Lets say the Norks somehow manage to sell a nuke to Iran. How they gonna ship it?

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      • Posted 09/03/2017 03:25 PM - Hide
      • It's not like a drone from Amazon.com is going to drop it off.

        :hmmm:
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      • Re: Lets say the Norks somehow manage to sell a nuke to Iran. How they gonna ship it?
        Posted 09/03/2017 03:40 PM - Hide
      • What? Iran has a special coastal resort city just to house visiting nork nuclear scientists. They're allies.
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      • Re: Lets say the Norks somehow manage to sell a nuke to Iran. How they gonna ship it?
        Posted 09/03/2017 04:17 PM - Hide
      • North Korea is developing this weapon for someone else. That someone has likely been financing the North Korean development over a period of time. Exactly who that actor is, be it a nation or a group, and what their intention is, remains unknown. Unknown to us rabble, at least.

        The North Koreans may have already shipped an identical weapon; it would be a mistake to assume their demonstration came before delivering a twin. Or twins. Would you put the world on high alert and then try to move something or would you move something and then prove it works? The latter, of course.
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      • Re: Lets say the Norks somehow manage to sell a nuke to Iran. How they gonna ship it?
        Posted 09/03/2017 04:20 PM - Hide
      • Probably the same way Iran is sending them fissionable material.
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      • Re: Lets say the Norks somehow manage to sell a nuke to Iran. How they gonna ship it?
        Posted 09/03/2017 05:03 PM - Hide
      • Ship it in parts in fishing boats. Then for the plutonium or whatever it is they are using, seal the stuff in a hidden chamber inside the cargo hold with lead walls inches thick so no radiation can be detected. Not like you need a lot for an hbomb or atomic bomb, just in the tens of kilos.
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      • Re: Lets say the Norks somehow manage to sell a nuke to Iran. How they gonna ship it?
        Posted 09/03/2017 05:20 PM - Hide
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        Ship it in parts in fishing boats. Then for the plutonium or whatever it is they are using, seal the stuff in a hidden chamber inside the cargo hold with lead walls inches thick so no radiation can be detected. Not like you need a lot for an hbomb or atomic bomb, just in the tens of kilos.

        So . . . how much is ten kilometers?
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        Posted 09/03/2017 05:20 PM - Hide
      • Submarine. And I don't think this notion of Nork just surprisingly demonstrating the awesome power of H-bomb can be a surprise to certain, eh, "security services". No, these security services know and have helped - it is part of a bigger plan than most people could even begin to fathom.

        They are really setting the world up for nuclear exchange. And doing it deliberately, I would assume at this point.

        H-bombs do not simply emerge out of nowhere - never have, never will.
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      • Re: Lets say the Norks somehow manage to sell a nuke to Iran. How they gonna ship it?
        Posted 09/03/2017 05:26 PM - Hide
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        Submarine. And I don't think this notion of Nork just surprisingly demonstrating the awesome power of H-bomb can be a surprise to certain, eh, "security services". No, these security services know and have helped - it is part of a bigger plan than most people could even begin to fathom.

        They are really setting the world up for nuclear exchange. And doing it deliberately, I would assume at this point.

        H-bombs do not simply emerge out of nowhere - never have, never will.

        I know what you're getting at. But what if it's all China and Russia? And the end goal is not a nuclear war, but kicking the US out of Asia? By having a nuclear N.Korea as a deterrent, China's ambitions in the South China Sea can go on without any confrontation. Eventually the two Koreas will unite, but under a North Korean rule or shared agreement where N. Korea has the upper hand. The domino effect could go on, kicking the US out of every Asian country is currently has control over. Australia's already becoming a Chinese colony. Pretty soon, in maybe 30-50 years, the only influence the US will have is with Guam.
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      • Re: Lets say the Norks somehow manage to sell a nuke to Iran. How they gonna ship it?
        Posted 09/03/2017 05:28 PM - Hide
      • Imagine the scenario of that Norway socialdemocrat killer a few years ago - if a security service found out (and they would) that a competent and suitable target person is toying with ideas of grand acts of terror - would they rather shut it down before something happens? Or quietly participate in the acts of terror?

        I leave you pondering on this idea - because it could be precisely the same basic idea in this nork H-bomb case. They will quietly help and that will achieve the political ambitions of those behind these "security services".

        In reality we would need to devise security against these rogue security servces that are hidden embedded political tool of the maniac elite.
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      • Re: Lets say the Norks somehow manage to sell a nuke to Iran. How they gonna ship it?
        Posted 09/03/2017 05:29 PM - Hide
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        Imagine the scenario of that Norway socialdemocrat killer a few years ago - if a security service found out (and they would) that a competent and suitable target person is toying with ideas of grand acts of terror - would they rather shut it down before something happens? Or quietly participate in the acts of terror?

        I leave you pondering on this idea - because it could be precisely the same basic idea in this nork H-bomb case. They will quietly help and that will achieve the political ambitions of those behind these "security services".

        In reality we would need to devise security against these rogue security servces that are hidden embedded political tool of the maniac elite.

        Yes, Breivik and 911 were like this.
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      • Re: Lets say the Norks somehow manage to sell a nuke to Iran. How they gonna ship it?
        Posted 09/03/2017 05:32 PM - Hide
      • Jimmy_Tomorrow posted:
        North Korea is developing this weapon for someone else. That someone has likely been financing the North Korean development over a period of time. Exactly who that actor is, be it a nation or a group, and what their intention is, remains unknown. Unknown to us rabble, at least.

        The North Koreans may have already shipped an identical weapon; it would be a mistake to assume their demonstration came before delivering a twin. Or twins. Would you put the world on high alert and then try to move something or would you move something and then prove it works? The latter, of course.

        Makes sense, north korea settled down just long enough to get the stuff shipped, now they blew one off to prove it works.
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      • Re: Lets say the Norks somehow manage to sell a nuke to Iran. How they gonna ship it?
        Posted 09/03/2017 05:34 PM - Hide
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        I know what you're getting at. But what if it's all China and Russia? And the end goal is not a nuclear war, but kicking the US out of Asia? By having a nuclear N.Korea as a deterrent, China's ambitions in the South China Sea can go on without any confrontation. Eventually the two Koreas will unite, but under a North Korean rule or shared agreement where N. Korea has the upper hand. The domino effect could go on, kicking the US out of every Asian country is currently has control over. Australia's already becoming a Chinese colony. Pretty soon, in maybe 30-50 years, the only influence the US will have is with Guam.

        You make some interesting points but china plans would be minor plans inside the grand master plan. They are not diabolical enough to come up with a horrendous 50 year political plot.

        Guess who are and have been doing the master plan for decades now quietly embedded inside our societies making it look like politics. Behind the facade of democratic politics is something so sinister that few people are willing to even think about it.

        The master plot is of such nature that they can proceed with it in perfect stealth - anybody who finds out about it or tries to do something about it begins to look like the conspirator - even when he is trying to raise awareness of the plot and tries to help.

        Everybody would turn their backs to him and greet the master plotters like they were the noblest and most philantropic people who ever existed.

        It is absolutely horrible what they are capable of.
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      • Re: Lets say the Norks somehow manage to sell a nuke to Iran. How they gonna ship it?
        Posted 09/03/2017 05:36 PM - Hide
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        Submarine. And I don't think this notion of Nork just surprisingly demonstrating the awesome power of H-bomb can be a surprise to certain, eh, "security services". No, these security services know and have helped - it is part of a bigger plan than most people could even begin to fathom.

        They are really setting the world up for nuclear exchange. And doing it deliberately, I would assume at this point.

        H-bombs do not simply emerge out of nowhere - never have, never will.

        Mutual Assured Destruction functioned because it held nuclear powers in check; if you kill me, I'll kill you back.

        Know what the design flaw is with Mutual Assured Destruction? It assumes two belligerents in a philosophical strategic stalemate. Mutual Assured Destruction does not account for a third party that wants Nations X and Y to destroy each other.
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      • Fedex.
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      • Re: Lets say the Norks somehow manage to sell a nuke to Iran. How they gonna ship it?
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