No Korea Can Now Hit the Continental United States with Nukes

Saturday, April 15, 2017
By Paul Martin

By Dave Hodges
TheCommonSenseShow.com
April 15th, 2017

It is difficult to fathom how deep the threat runs from North Korea. This article will summarize only one of the multitude of threats in an encapsulated form. The specific threat covered in this article is related to North Korea’s (NK) nuclear and missile capabilities.

The Ability to Destroy Does Not Prevent Retaliation

The United States certainly has the ability to reduce North Korea to a parking lot, and with China’s assistance the task become infinitely easier. However, and this should have been anticipated, North Korea’s destruction, does not eliminate their ability to retaliate after the fact. In fact, North Korea may be more dangerous after they are destroyed than while their military and government are fully operational.

Does NK Have Nuclear ICBM Capability?

Much has been written about the danger that would be posed if North Korea were able to attach nuclear weapons to an operational ICBM.

It is very clear that North Korea has embarked in a new phase of their nuclear weapons technology. The photographic evidence from their recent “Day of Sun” celebration indicates that they plan to attach a nuclear weapon to an ICBM. This is a game-changing development and it brings the Western half of the United States under direct nuclear threat from the lunatic who runs North Korea.

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One Response to “No Korea Can Now Hit the Continental United States with Nukes”

  1. Sophie Maele

    Dave – You are a fear mongering idiot. The Nork’s supposed ICBM, before which you want us to tremble in fear, exploded moments after launch today. But you didn’t know that when you went apoplectic with terror after seeing it in the NK parade. Your “analysis” is amateur, laughable crap. The fear you sell is as vile as porn.

    #3207258

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