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Thread: North Korea Launch "Rocket"(Again)

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    North Korea to launch second long-range rocket — RT

    North Korea announces rocket launch date - Asia-Pacific - Al Jazeera English

    Well the as the title said North Korea wants to launch another rockets after they failed to launch similar rocket earlier in April. Like earlier launch this one is full of controversy one of them is allegation that this so called "Rocket" Were in fact an Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles test.

    Many countries are worried about this launch attempts like South Korea, Japan, USA and many others. In fact Japanese taking this matter seriously

    Japan prepares for N Korean missile launch - Asia-Pacific - Al Jazeera English

    As a precaution they alerted the JSDF(Japan Self Defense Force) and using advanced US built Patriot PAC-3 SAM as a precaution.

    So what do you think? And is it Japan taking this matters too seriously? Also to make this interesting I make a poll about N.Korea Test.

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    es nothing... the media likes to hype shit, and the countries like to "express" their disapproval toward N Korea... shit happens twice a year on avg...

    i dont think anyone but the N Korean scientists can know whether it will succeed & even their judgments may be clouded by the looming facade of Dear Leader...

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    They're not going to develop a working ballistic missile within the next century at the rate they're going. Move along, folks, nothing to see here.

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    Given their recent track record this satillite will fall apart before it reaches the trophosphere. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by skunk053 View Post
    Given their recent track record this satillite will fall apart before it reaches the trophosphere. lol
    It depends on who you ask. The North Koreans deny having any failed launches.

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    I can understand why the countries surrounding N. Korea are concerned- given its track record of missile/satellite launch failures, the threat of a rogue object or debris falling onto their country and hurting people is very real. And the money used for one such launch could be used to feed its population for almost a year, so countries providing Foreign investment and food aid are very irritated by its actions.

    I think it is trying to prove that it 'can' build long range missiles, to use such a threat as a bargaining chip for consessions from countries like the US.

    Do what they want, they say they are launching 'a satellite for peaceful,scientific reasons'. Just don't hurt anyone in any form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterPython View Post
    It depends on who you ask. The North Koreans deny having any failed launches.
    Actually they did admit their most recent one in April 2012 actually failed.
    Last edited by selv14; 03-Dec-2012 at 15:27. Reason: Mended some typos

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    Quote Originally Posted by selv14 View Post
    Actually they did admit their most recent one in April 2012 actually failed.
    Actually they never admit failure to their own oppressed population, not that the unlucky brainedwash masses would give two shits let alone one. Because in their heads they still live on the best country on earth.


    For example: Didn't you hear, they got current president Bill Clinton to visit them a few years ago.

    Even though he was just there for the sake of two two female reporters and wasn't the president of the US for years. The only thing most north koerans know is what their government wants them to know. such as they had unicorns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire2box View Post
    Actually they never admit failure to their own oppressed population, not that the unlucky brainedwash masses would give two shits let alone one. Because in their heads they still live on the best country on earth.


    For example: Didn't you hear, they got current president Bill Clinton to visit them a few years ago.

    Even though he was just there for the sake of two two female reporters and wasn't the president of the US for years. The only thing most north koerans know is what their government wants them to know. such as they had unicorns.
    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL unicorns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire2box View Post
    Actually they never admit failure to their own oppressed population, not that the unlucky brainedwash masses would give two shits let alone one. Because in their heads they still live on the best country on earth.


    For example: Didn't you hear, they got current president Bill Clinton to visit them a few years ago.

    Even though he was just there for the sake of two two female reporters and wasn't the president of the US for years. The only thing most north koerans know is what their government wants them to know. such as they had unicorns.
    Hahahahah

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    A little history.
    When the Mongolian empire was at peak, Fubirai Kahn, a grandchild of Genghis Kahn, attempted to conquer Japan in 1274 and 1281 with massive forces. In both occasions, divine force, perhaps typhoon, destroyed Mongolian forces at sea. Since then, there was a belief that Japan was protected by divine force. It is believed these attacks were launched from Korea. There have always been bad feelings between the Japanese and the Koreans.
    My point is NEVER underestimate your opponent.

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