Pentagon Says Only Invasion Could End North Korean Missile Program

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by Richard Cameron In response to a letter sent him by two Congressional Democrats, Representatives Ted Lieu of California and Ruben Gallego of Arizona – a top Pentagon official stated that nothing short of an actual ground invasion of North Korea, would put a complete halt to the nuclear weapons program of dictator Kim Jong-Un. Rear Admiral Michael J Dumont, in his answer to the legislators, told them that:  “A classified briefing would be the best place to discuss in detail the capability of the US and its allies to…

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North Korea Dictator Kim Jong Un Ignoring Trump’s Reality TV Trash Talk And Bellicose Rhetoric

split image photo of President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un

by Richard Cameron On August 9th, President Trump, during a visit to his Trump National Golf Club at Bedminster, NJ, made the statement that: “North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen… he has been very threatening beyond a normal state. They will be met with fire, fury and frankly power the likes of which this world has never seen before.” Things were quiet for about a week and half, from the…

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Trump Has Trapped Himself In A Corner Over North Korea

by Tony Wyman When President Trump told the world that any further threatening acts by North Korea would be met by “fire and fury like the world has never seen,” he backed himself into a corner from which he has no escape without either losing credibility or engaging in a war that the American people don’t want to fight. The North Koreans, recognizing President Trump’s blunder, immediately responded with detailed plans to launch four missiles over Japan to strike American military bases in Guam, a U.S. territory. “As already clarified,…

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Trump Retweets Classified Information From An Intelligence Leak Regarding North Korea

by Richard Cameron Donald Trump and his galaxy of defenders have been hammering a consistent narrative about how improper the leaks regarding internal administration matters have been. They have called for an internal investigation to discover who is behind them and to subject them to criminal prosecution. There is just one flaw in the narrative. Donald Trump himself, really does not believe in it. As additional proof, Trump was on Twitter again this morning, in the midst of his “working vacation”, re-tweeting an article published today on the “Fox and…

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Department Of Defense Applies Cyber Warfare To Thwart North Korean Missile Program

photo of military intelligence analysts sitting in front of laptop computers probing the command and control systems of North Korea and other adversaries.

by Richard Cameron In our previous report, we looked at the reaction to North Korea’s first known test of an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM), on July 3rd of this year, both in Washington and internationally. Last Friday (July 28), yet another such launch was conducted at  11:42 p.m. local time, was airborne approximately 45 minutes, and landed in Japan’s  economic zone in the Sea of Japan.   The regime of Kim Jong-un, boasted that they now are capable of targeting a number of cities on the U.S. mainland, including Los Angeles,…

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North Korea’s ICBM Launch – Our Reaction, Risks And Russia’s Alternate Facts

What appeared to be a KN-08 intercontinental ballistic missile, or an improved version of it, is pictured during a military parade at Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang on April 15, 2017, as North Korea marked the 105th anniversary of its founding leader's birth. (Kyodo)

by Richard Cameron The North Korean regime of Kim Jong Un sent a message on Independence Day to the United States and our allies in the North Pacific Ocean, that the doomsday clock  is ticking at a much faster clip. The North Koreans have been engineering missiles of both short and intermediate ranges and we’ve seen them tested, with some successes and failures over the past three decades. But up until the 4th of July, no one had seen even a test launch of a Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) coming…

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How To Neutralize Kim Jong-un And The North Korean Nuclear Problem Without Firing A Shot

by Richard Cameron Recently, I wrote a report on how Kim Jong-un’s missile tests have been thwarted by the Pentagon and the NSA’s (National Security Agency) coordinating and deploying “left of launch” tactics from the United States Cyber Command (USCyberCom). Absent any other plausible explanation, it appears that our cyber warfare warriors have landed another punch against Kim’s missile program after a North Korean missile test in South Pyeongan province, north of Pyongyang on Friday was unsuccessful. It disintegrated after only reaching an altitude of 44 miles (71km), not even…

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