Kim Telegraphs His Attack On The U.S.
By de Andréa
Opinion Editorialist for
‘THE BOTTOM LINE’
Posted August 12, 2017
The picture at right is Kim with his Hwasong-#12 ICBM missile.
The question is: Does N’Korea have the sophisticated guidance system capable of that kind of accuracy?
North Korea says Trump's "fire and fury" comments are "nonsense", and will develop Guam strike plan by mid- August
The report came one day after North Korea made its initial threat against Guam in response to a remark by Trump that North Korea would face “fire and fury like the world has never seen if it makes more threats against the United States.”
North Korea’s initial statement mentioned Andersen Air Force Base in an attack it said would be designed “to send a serious warning signal to the U.S.”
Guam replied with defiance to North Korea’s statements. Guam Homeland Security Adviser George Charfauros said the island can defend itself.
“They’ve slowly developed their capabilities but we stand in high confidence with the U.S. (Defense Department’s) ability to not only defend Guam and the surrounding areas but also the continental U.S. … There are several layers of ballistic missile defense,” he said. “We always maintain a high state of readiness and have the capabilities to counter any threat, to include those from North Korea,” Lt. Col. Christopher Logan, a Pentagon spokesman told Business Insider.
THE BOTTOM LINE: I don’t know what the redline is for Trump, but this would be mine for sure. There are three places the U.S. could intercept these four missiles, one is from S’Korea and possibly right on the launch pad at Kusong. The next would be from Japan and the last resort, from Gaum itself. In addition I am told there is actually a possible fourth place and that is from the Philippines. But despite all the optimism about the defense capabilities of the U.S., the previous tests at intercepting missiles is still problematic with less than a 40 percent success rate and those were under ideal conditions. Moreover shooting down four incoming missiles quadruples the threat as well as increasing the complexity. We should have been practicing shooting down N’Korea’s test missiles all along. It’s kind’a like trying to shoot a bullet with another bullet.
How does one distinguish a test from an attack?
They’ve been warned for years…
Thanks for listening. Now go do the right thing and fight for truth and freedom.
- de Andréa
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