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Wed Oct 30, 2019 9:15 pm

From another SK source: According to one South Korean military official, “the recent appearances of several of the United States’ main reconnaissance aircraft around the Korean Peninsula show that the United States has detected something unusual in North Korea.”

https://twitter.com/Global_Mil_Info/sta ... 57669?s=19

#FLASH: A military source said that movements of transporter erector launchers (TEL) used to fire missiles have been detected in North Korea.

Because they are moving doesnt really mean they will do a test, but it is hard to say at the moment.
https://t.co/drMGYhfLdR

Possible preparation for missles launch/test from DRPK .
https://t.co/EHfZ5rxFRZ

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Thu Oct 31, 2019 12:47 am

krzepice1976 wrote:
Wed Oct 30, 2019 9:15 pm
From another SK source: According to one South Korean military official, “the recent appearances of several of the United States’ main reconnaissance aircraft around the Korean Peninsula show that the United States has detected something unusual in North Korea.”

https://twitter.com/Global_Mil_Info/sta ... 57669?s=19

#FLASH: A military source said that movements of transporter erector launchers (TEL) used to fire missiles have been detected in North Korea.

Because they are moving doesnt really mean they will do a test, but it is hard to say at the moment.
https://t.co/drMGYhfLdR
That was kind of scary until I read the second paragraph. lol

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Thu Oct 31, 2019 4:50 pm

Who cares about any launch from land after they just tested a SLBM successfully i might add. If anything needs to have an unfortunate accident its that sub right now.

Im seriously worried. The Catholic Father Malachi Martin who walked away from the Vatican when the Jesuits took over, more than likely was given visions of our future. He predicted many things that have come to pass.

Martin said that North Korea would strike the Capital of South Korea while we are distracted by a large internal conflict in our own nation and can not strike back in time due to confusion. He said this many decades ago, long before NK had any nuclear power plants.

I can not stress for all you people who like a great book to read in your spare time to get Kathleen Keating s book Torn Sky and her second one Torn Sky Project Jerusalem. I read the entire first book in one night, it was that good and im not one to sit back and read a book.

If anything should have been made into a movie it was this series. It was a best seller for awhile.

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Thu Oct 31, 2019 9:45 pm

N. Korea says it successfully test-fired super-large multiple rocket launcher
https://m-en.yna.co.kr/view/AEN20191101000300325

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Tue Nov 05, 2019 10:03 pm

#FLASH: The National Intelligence Service said North Korea could test-fire a missile from its new submarine being built at the Sinpo shipyard on its east coast. The submarine is estimated to be in the final stages of construction - @YonhapNews

https://twitter.com/Global_Mil_Info/sta ... 42337?s=19

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Wed Nov 06, 2019 10:11 am

North Korea is not believed to be capable yet of launching intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) from transporter erector launcher (TEL) vehicles, the chief of South Korea's defense intelligence agency said Wednesday.

The issue has been a source of controversy in Seoul, after Chung Eui-yong, chief of Cheong Wa Dae's National Security Office, has said it is "technically difficult" for the North to fire ICBMs from mobile launchers. Conservative critics accused Chung of being naive.

https://en.yna.co.kr/view/AEN2019110600 ... al/defense

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Wed Nov 06, 2019 9:32 pm


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Restart of US-#ROK aerial military exercises "an extremely provocative and dangerous act of throwing a wet blanket over the spark of the DPRK-US dialogue on the verge of extinction," says #DPRK roving ambassador. https://t.co/nfbBeDGWrS

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Wed Nov 06, 2019 10:03 pm

North Korea proposed an all-in deal around the time of the working-level negotiations in Stockholm last month, in which it takes major steps toward denuclearization while simultaneously receiving concessions from the United States, according to multiple diplomatic sources on Tuesday.
Pyongyang’s nuclear envoys, led by Kim Myong-gil, asked that U.S. President Donald Trump make a decision to hold a third U.S.-North Korea summit in parallel to ongoing working level talks. According to one source who requested anonymity, the North’s stance departed from its past preference for a gradual process - in which the two sides would take concurrent measures before moving onto bigger steps - to one in which all actions are implemented at once. 
Another source said the shift in the North’s negotiation strategy came directly out of the failure of the second U.S.-North Korea summit in Hanoi, Vietnam, last February. North Korea at the time reportedly asked for relief from several U.S.-led economic sanctions in exchange for the dismantling of its nuclear complex at Yongbyon, but the offer was declined by the United States. Such earlier negotiation tactics from the North were seen by many observers and analysts as an attempt to drag out the talks and receive piecemeal concessions without fully enforcing denuclearization - a strategy often dubbed “salami tactics.” 

The comprehensive plan Pyongyang presented instead appears closer to Trump’s call for a “big deal.” Yet given the talks in Stockholm failed to move forward and resulted in a continued stalemate, it remains unclear as to whether the North is truly committed to such an objective or may just be angling to obtain better concessions from Washington. 

With the clock ticking down to the end-of-year deadline for negotiations threatened by the regime, the all-in proposal may be a way to raise the stakes of the dialogue, which, if fails, may result in Pyongyang returning to testing nuclear weapons and intercontinental ballistic missiles. 


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Wed Nov 13, 2019 9:08 pm

North Korea threatened on Wednesday to retaliate if the United States goes ahead with scheduled military drills with South Korea, ramping up pressure on Washington to change course as a year-end North Korean deadline for U.S. flexibility approaches.

The statement came even though Washington said last week that the joint aerial exercise planned for next month would be reduced in scope from previous drills.

“It is self-defense rights” to retaliate against any move that threatens its sovereignty and security, according to a statement from the State Affairs Commission, without elaborating.

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2019/ ... ry-drills/

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Thu Nov 14, 2019 8:33 pm

Recent commercial satellite imagery shows tens of military aircraft parked wingtip to wingtip along the taxiways and parking aprons at North Korea’s Wonsan-Kalma International Airport. While the purpose of the display is unclear, the North may be preparing for a site visit by Kim Jong Un and possible demonstration of its air force capabilities
On imagery from November 11, there were four MiG-17 fighter aircraft, six MiG-15 fighter aircraft, fourteen Su-25 close support aircraft, six MiG-29 fighter aircraft and six Il-28 bomber aircraft observed on the tarmac north of the passenger terminal. On November 13, additional MiG-15 and MiG-17 were added to the display bringing their total to eleven MiG-15s and eight MiG-17s. Several small vehicles were parked on the tarmac near the MiG-23 and Il-28 aircraft.

https://www.38north.org/2019/11/wonsan111419/

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