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BREAKING: North Korea Changes Rocket Launch Plans - Says Ready To Fire In a few hours!

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SEOUL, South Korea — South Korean Defense Ministry says North Korea moves up window for rocket launch to Feb. 7-14.

Oh oh - http://bigstory.ap.org/article/d944a858ce0040bbb5dfbf82566f36e4/seoul-n-korea-moves-rocket-launch-window-feb-7-14

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea has moved up the window of its planned long-range rocket launch to Feb. 7-14, South Korea's Defense Ministry said Saturday. The launch, which the North says is an effort to send a satellite into orbit, would be in defiance of repeated warnings by outside governments who suspect it is a banned test of ballistic missile technology.

North Korea did not inform international organizations of any other changes in its plan, and the rocket's expected flight path remains the same, said South Korean Defense Ministry spokesman Moon Sang Gyun.

On Tuesday, the North informed the International Maritime Organization and other related organizations that it would attempt a satellite launch between Feb. 8 and 25. No reason was given Saturday for the change of dates.

North Korea's launch declaration came just weeks after it conducted its fourth nuclear test. Outside experts and officials say that each nuclear test and long-range missile launch brings the North closer to creating a nuclear warhead small enough to fit on an intercontinental missile capable of reaching targets as far as the U.S. West Coast.

Its really starting to look like North Korea is getting ready to attack someone. Im used to the posturing BUT they are testing high yield bombs that could be super emp weapons and now finalizing rocket tests.....

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North Korea could be ready for a rocket launch by Monday, US officials said, as cited by Reuters. Images provided by a US think-tank showed numerous tanker trucks arriving at the launch pad at a local rocket launch site.

The information was revealed on Friday by US government sources, citing US intelligence agencies.

In response to the news, the US Pacific Command called on North Korea on Saturday to refrain from “irresponsible provocations.”

https://www.rt.com/news/331560-north-korea-rocket-launch/

Loose cannons those guys.

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Sorry Shep, didn't notice this, would you delete my thread please? It's redundant.

Yes, they are loose cannons.

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Yep.... just relaxin' here stress free on the flat Earth.....lol

 

On the FE, these are called "cartoons"....

http://blog.nuclearsecrecy.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/CastleRomeo.jpg

http://blog.nuclearsecrecy.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/fake-tsar-bomba.jpg

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/PTYYLkN5AoY/hqdefault.jpg

I'm pretty sure North Korea doesn't have animators that can scare the shit out of their people like England and America have.  

:lol_alpha:

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-CY9qp1azqhI/ViBealjo7iI/AAAAAAAARNI/V_Iv8eIKV7M/s400/nuclear_tourism.jpg

Insert Disney cartoon ring here - http://stream1.gifsoup.com/view4/1615927/nuke-o.gif

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1 hour ago, Brio said:

Sorry Shep, didn't notice this, would you delete my thread please? It's redundant.

Yes, they are loose cannons.

Merged it into this one... its a different snippet source so it adds to it. :)

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Damn this escalated quickly, I wonder if china is going to go in and f*** them up, or if they are going to allow SK and USA to go in and mow them down and finally get this over with.

 

Also this.     http://i.imgur.com/xE2QMCs.jpg

LOL

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Hes going to shoot that thing off in celebration of Chinese New Year... You know how they like fireworks!!!!

 

Chinese New Year's Day is the first day of the Chinese lunar calendar. But the date is different each year on the Gregorian (internationally-used) calendar, between January 21th and February 20th. In 2016 it's Monday February 8th.

When Chinese New Year is Celebrated

Officially Celebration — 7 Days (February 7–13, 2016)

It's a public holiday for Chinese. Usually people have 7 consecutive days off from Chinese New Year's Eve to the sixth day after Chinese New Year's Day.

 

Officially only the first three days of Chinese New Year (February 8–10, 2016) are statutory holiday. Chinese New Year's Eve and three more days are always added to give seven consecutive days of holiday. These four extra days are taken from weekends: the two weekend days closest to the statutory holiday are included, while the Saturday before (February 6, 2016) and the Sunday after (February 14, 2016) are worked.

 

The most important days of celebration are:

  • Chinese New Year's Eve (February 7, 2016; 除夕 Chúxī /choo-sshee/ 'Excluded Evening' on the Chinese calendar): the day of family reunions
  • Chinese New Year's Day (February 8, 2016; 初一 Chūyī /choo-ee/ 'First One' on the Chinese calendar): the day of (close) family visits and New Year greetings

Most people will return to work on Sunday February 14 or Monday February 15 in 2016.

http://www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/festivals/spring-festival/chinese-zodiac-years-of-2011-to-2020.htm

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2 minutes ago, CGK said:

Hes going to shoot that thing off in celebration of Chinese New Year... You know how they like fireworks!!!!

 

Chinese New Year's Day is the first day of the Chinese lunar calendar. But the date is different each year on the Gregorian (internationally-used) calendar, between January 21th and February 20th. In 2016 it's Monday February 8th.

When Chinese New Year is Celebrated

Officially Celebration — 7 Days (February 7–13, 2016)

It's a public holiday for Chinese. Usually people have 7 consecutive days off from Chinese New Year's Eve to the sixth day after Chinese New Year's Day.

 

Officially only the first three days of Chinese New Year (February 8–10, 2016) are statutory holiday. Chinese New Year's Eve and three more days are always added to give seven consecutive days of holiday. These four extra days are taken from weekends: the two weekend days closest to the statutory holiday are included, while the Saturday before (February 6, 2016) and the Sunday after (February 14, 2016) are worked.

 

The most important days of celebration are:

  • Chinese New Year's Eve (February 7, 2016; 除夕 Chúxī /choo-sshee/ 'Excluded Evening' on the Chinese calendar): the day of family reunions
  • Chinese New Year's Day (February 8, 2016; 初一 Chūyī /choo-ee/ 'First One' on the Chinese calendar): the day of (close) family visits and New Year greetings

Most people will return to work on Sunday February 14 or Monday February 15 in 2016.

http://www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/festivals/spring-festival/chinese-zodiac-years-of-2011-to-2020.htm

But it's Little Kimmy were talking about...

It's going to go more like this.

 

 

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1 minute ago, DarkKnightNomeD said:

But it's Little Kimmy were talking about...

It's going to go more like this.

 

 

Oh man! you get a like for that!

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Monday, Feb 8, Chinese New Years...that is exactly what I figured he would do. Kimmy loves a good Party. I wonder if  Dennis Rodman is invited to the rocket party...

 

Long range missile launch by North Korea likely Monday

North Korea is expected to launch a long-range missile on Monday, American officials said Friday, amid reports about a deployment of missile defense systems by the United States for tracking the rocket.

 

The missile defense systems will work with the Japanese and South Korean militaries amid fresh regional tensions over the planned launch sometime over an 18-day period beginning Monday.

Pentagon officials speaking after the promise of not identifying them because they are not authorized to speak to the media said that the North Koreans have begun fuelling the rocket.

They said satellite images have shown increased activity around the missile launch and fuel storage areas. The activities at the site are suggesting that preparations for a possible launch could be completed in a day or two.

The notification triggered international opposition from governments that suspected that it may be a long-range missile test in the disguise of a satellite launch.

Ahead of the launch, officials in Washington said, the US Navy has readied a Japan-based guided-missile destroyer, which is equipped with the latest anti-ballistic missile defense technology to successfully shoot down the missile if the US military thinks it is a threat to the homeland.

More:

http://www.seoulnews.net/index.php/sid/241037051

 

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