imrunningthismonkeyfarm Posted April 23, 2017 Author #226 Share Posted April 23, 2017 On 18 April 2017 at 1:46 AM, and then said: Actually, shielding from EMP is relatively simple IF a country wants to do it. The problem with NK and it's corpulent Caesar, is that they are also working on submarine launched nukes. They have about 70 submarines (really?) but I don't think many would be capable of a missile launch. The issue is that it would only take ONE. They could even slip one in on a container ship with the truck trailer containers on deck. It could be detonated in a port or they could erect a launcher and send the thing on a high arc and detonate it at altitude. BOOM! It's lights out on the east or west coast and then the power grid might well collapse under a cascading failure. I don't want to see millions of North or South Koreans die but if my choice is to risk the death of millions of Americans in their place, that's a non-starter. China has the ability to bring him down and they'd better get busy. Yes it does only take ONE.. Maybe the one they've been warning us about if Pakistan, India or Saudi Arabia ever become unstable. There's PLENTY of groups that would do it in a heartbeat so why hasn't it happened already? Because it's obviously no walk in the park that's why. There's endless possibilities as you pointed out many methods and many routes (though I'm sure there's already sanctions and limits to South Koreas shipping abilities). And the choice is simple: America returns to their part of the world and stops their warmongering with Russia,China, Iran, Sputh Korea and Syria. That would result in ZERO deaths at the hands of Americans. This beats your version hands down. We should ALL concentrate on TERRORISM. 2 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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