Thursday, March 7, 2013


Let's see who's really stirring the s-it here. Furious Over Sanctions, North Korea Vows To Nuke U.S.

The US military who is planted right on the border with N Korea is going to play "war games" with S Korea who the US has armed to the teeth.

Let's turn the tables;

China who has troops in Mexico on the border with the US is going to play "war games" with the Mexican army who they have armed to the teeth.

Oh! Let's not forget the "nukes"

The greatest military and nuclear power on earth (who is the only country who has ever used a nuke on an enemy) is feeling "threatened" by a small Asian country that they have effectively sanctioned to the brink of collapse?

How big of a threat is N. Korea? Really?    See the complete list here: nukes by the numbers

United States: Approximately 5,113 nuclear warheads [2], including tactical, strategic, and nondeployed weaponsAccording to the latest official New START declaration, the United States deploys 1,722 strategic nuclear warheads on 806 deployed ICBMs, SLBMs, and strategic bombers [1]. The Federation of American Scientists estimates that the United States' nondeployed strategic arsenal is approximately 2,800 warheads and the U.S. tactical nuclear arsenal numbers 500 warheads. Additional warheads are retired and await dismantlement.

North Korea: Has separated enough plutonium for roughly 10 nuclear warheads.

Only money grubbing neo-cons who are heavily invested in the "military industrial complex" would call that a threat. The reat of us would call it "stupid."