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Bomb for the first chairman



Recently, North Korea Central Television showed a report on the launch of the latest ballistic missile from a submarine. The progress of the tests was personally supervised by the Chief of the Korean People’s Army, Marshal of the DPRK Kim Jong-un, who at the time of launch was on a ship plying nearby. The spectacle, it should be noted, was impressive, but experts still find it difficult to say with certainty exactly when the test was conducted. In all likelihood, the 21 December 2015 of the year carried out an experimental launch, that is, earlier than the announcement of the testing of the North Korean hydrogen bomb, which caused quite a stir in international circles, was announced.

However, with the North Korean missile program is all more or less clear. A similar test has already been carried out by the DPRK last spring. Then the Musudan missile was launched from the submarine, which was created on the basis of an obsolete Soviet submarine-based ballistic missile. According to some reports, the DPRK has at its disposal 200 Musudan missiles. However, other sources call more modest numbers - just over ten. But it should be borne in mind that the maximum range of the North Korean missile is about 4000 km, so in theory, "Musudan" can threaten not only South Korea, but also Japan.

But with the underground thermonuclear explosion, which caused tangible seismic vibrations in the district, there is no complete clarity. So plainly and incomprehensibly, did Pyongyang test a hydrogen bomb or was it a hoax on a global scale, timed to coincide with the next birthday of the “great heir” Kim Jong-un of the DPRK State Defense Committee. In confirmation, the North Korean media published a photo of their leader signing in a solemn atmosphere an order to conduct a thermonuclear explosion, and even published a video of underground tests. Later, however, it turned out that the test shots of the hydrogen bomb were taken from the Soviet archives and they absolutely have nothing to do with the people's democratic part of the country of morning freshness.

But is it really important what exactly they experienced in the DPRK? It is well known that North Korea has long possessed certain nuclear technologies, which it inherited from the USSR, and at that moment, when the Union was falling apart into pieces and everyone in the Soviet arsenals grazed all over, and our nuclear minds scattered around the world wherever something paid. This circumstance, even now with reference to Pyongyang’s assertion of testing the hydrogen bomb, gives the West certain grounds to assert that the DPRK is turning into a nuclear monster with a light hand from Moscow.

Immediately followed by a "defensive" reaction from across the ocean. Above the Korean Peninsula, the American strategic missile carrier B-52 has already made a “circle of honor,” moreover, it was promised that a squadron of the fifth generation F-22 Raptor and one of the aircraft carriers would soon join him, and on the border between the two Koreas mobile THAAD anti-missile systems, designed for the transatmospheric interception of medium-range missiles. It is also possible that the deployment of American tactical nuclear weapons in South Korea weapons.

In general, a complete set. And this was to be expected, since the United States had long been looking for a convenient excuse to strengthen its military presence in the Far East — and here is such a “gift” from comrade Kim Jong-un himself. Not to use them would be a sin ...

Of course, part of the blame for the fact that the DPRK, bypassing the Nuclear Club, has become a nuclear missile state, lies on the USSR, which actively imagined itself a “dove of peace”, and on Russia as its successor in a straight line. But what is remarkable: only the United States and the DPRK voted 6 December 2006 of the year against the resolution of the UN General Assembly, emphasizing the need for the earliest signing and ratification of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty.

Why Washington was in such a bad company, the secret is small. Field tests provide more material for the improvement of nuclear weapons than virtual computer simulations, and a nuclear bomb, whatever it says about high-precision weapons and its unique capabilities, is still the most convincing foreign policy argument. But if the American choice is dictated solely by hegemonic considerations, then the current North Korean leader has completely different reasons, at least for world domination, he is unlikely to claim. Or so far no claims.

It should be noted here that Comrade Kim Jong-un's reputation is not the most decent: either he will arrange a provocation on the 38 parallel, then he will shoot someone from his family and friends or subordinates from an anti-aircraft gun ... But in general this young man the youngest in the world, the head of state), spoiled, as is commonly believed, perverted by socialism, an excellent European education - graduated from an international school in Bern. Therefore, it can be assumed that not only Juche idea (declaring self-reliance), but also personal experience with the West led him to believe that nuclear weapons guarantee independence and state integrity more than international institutions and agreements. And the most remarkable thing is that he is not alone in this choice and, most importantly - not original.


DPRK missile forces are preparing to strike at US military bases in South Korea and the Pacific. Reuters Photos

Much earlier than North Korea, a nuclear course was followed by India, Pakistan, China (also with the filing of the USSR), Iran and the same Israel (the French trace is traced here). And although Tel Aviv’s membership in the Nuclear Club does not refute, but does not confirm, everyone knows that the Israelis definitely have atomic weapons, and in sufficient quantities. And then a logical question arises: why Israel, which, despite all the nuances and disagreements of recent times, is listed as the closest partners of the United States, was not satisfied with the American “nuclear umbrella”? The answer is obvious: because its own nuclear bomb - and hydrogen, I suppose, even more so! - much closer to the body, and in general there is no great faith in the allies, and even more so in international institutions that supposedly stand guard over world peace. And never was, starting almost from the end of the Second World War. And the UN, which arose after the decision of the “big three” in Yalta, was from the very beginning something of a geopolitical scenery, behind the scenes of which each was playing his own game. Another confirmation of this was the recently declassified plans for delivering nuclear strikes on cities, villages and industrial facilities of the USSR: that is, Europe has not yet had the euphoria of victory over German fascism and Japanese militarism, and Washington already had a finger on the atomic trigger.

Of course, the degradation of the UN and other international institutions was also due to the fundamental change in the world order caused by the disappearance of the Soviet Union from the political map of the world. It is clear (although Russia is resisting strongly) that a different format and another international regulator are needed (sooner or later it will happen anyway, because it’s impossible to live forever with a glorious military past). But the main reason for the degradation of the UN is, all the same, that this international instrument has become a stumbling block on the path of the United States to absolute world domination. And Washington decided to just ignore it. Well, after the UN was unable to protect neither Yugoslavia, nor Libya, nor Iraq, nor Syria, there was nothing left for the potential targets of American scrutiny to do but draw the appropriate conclusions.

No one argues that North Korea is perfection itself in the political and in all other senses, in a word, the regime. But who wants a repetition on its territory of the Yugoslav or Iraqi script? It can be assumed that Kim Jong-un is also not eager to repeat the fate of Muammar Gaddafi. That is protected as it can, even reached the thermonuclear arguments. And the world community in the dialogue with this exalted state leader does not have many options.

First: leave it along with the hydrogen bomb alone and not tease with sanctions. You can even feed a little bit (which, perhaps, Kim Jong-un and seeks first of all), so that the internal situation, God forbid, does not spill out in some apocalyptic scenario. The second: to lay down the whole world and disarm. But a North Korean leader, locked in a corner, could easily arrange a nuclear catastrophe, if not global, then on a regional scale, which would also affect Russian territory. In this case, it’s not at all necessary to talk about the Korean Peninsula itself, Japan and China will not stand aside either ...

By the way, China has already felt the urgency of the issue and, as stated by the Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chuning, insists on resuming the six-party talks, which "remain the only effective method of resolving the North Korean nuclear problem." In turn, the situation with the alleged tests of the DPRK hydrogen bomb during an emergency meeting is going to discuss the UN Security Council. But will this “gadget” help Pyongyang, who is affected by a thermonuclear infection, is a question of questions. Probably Moscow’s diplomatic abilities in this case is a more radical means, moreover, it has been repeatedly tested.

Let us assume that this time Russian diplomacy will succeed in persuading the “thermonuclear Kim” through its own channels on acceptable terms not to play with fire. But where is the guarantee that another leader of a state declared to be a rogue state living under the fear that American cruise missiles carrying democracy on their wings will not want to get at least a nuclear bomb to start at any moment? Such a guarantee simply does not exist.

On the eve of World War II, the great physicist Niels Bohr believed that the creation of nuclear weapons would require all the efforts of a country like America and decades of hard work. But he was wrong: the world's first nuclear device appeared just four years later. With current technology, things can happen much faster. There are already dozens of countries that will, if they really need to, acquire a weapon of mass destruction. And it’s not a fact that it will be possible to come to an agreement with all of them, as, for example, with Iran. So, maybe something to fix in the UN and continue to live by international rules? Or does Washington have other suggestions? ..
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  1. Dezinto
    Dezinto 17 January 2016 08: 51 New
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    leave him alone with the hydrogen bomb and not tease with sanctions


    I think so. All that North Korea wants is to protect itself, and to stop spreading rot!

    Well, whom is he. Why demonize that? This guy rode around Switzerland and Austria, he returned and is engaged in his country. AND JUST DOESN'T WANT something in FIG to know where the fictional pieces of paper flew into his country by other people's planes.
    1. vlad66
      vlad66 17 January 2016 09: 19 New
      19
      So, maybe something to fix in the UN and continue to live according to international rules? Or does Washington have other suggestions ?.

      Washington always has only one proposal - world leadership, from which the stripes have long had a roof gone down, and why not really leave the DPRK alone. request
      1. ksv1973
        ksv1973 17 January 2016 23: 30 New
        0
        [quote = Vlad66] [quote] ... And why not really leave the DPRK alone. request[/ Quote]
        But who is touching them? Who cares? Kim has only one concern - this is to remain in power and that his chronically hungry compatriots should not gobble up. For this, he does what he does! What Pol Pot did in Kampuchea in the 3 of the year was accomplished by the Kim family in the DPRK in the 70 of the year, that is, it is gradually and extended over time. In the DPRK, ordinary people REALLY eat grass, but all Kims have never suffered from the absence of greasy cheeks!
    2. NIKNN
      NIKNN 17 January 2016 11: 01 New
      +2
      Quote: DEZINTO
      leave him alone with the hydrogen bomb and not tease with sanctions


      I think so. All that North Korea wants is to protect itself, and to stop spreading rot!

      Well, whom is he. Why demonize that? This guy rode around Switzerland and Austria, he returned and is engaged in his country. AND JUST DOESN'T WANT something in FIG to know where the fictional pieces of paper flew into his country by other people's planes.


      Rna wants more (it has already happened more than once), she wants loans, but this time it happened in my opinion ... request
    3. Nikolay K
      Nikolay K 17 January 2016 11: 27 New
      -4
      Do you think that for this nuclear weapon was not enough and it was necessary to have a thermonuclear?
  2. EvgNik
    EvgNik 17 January 2016 09: 00 New
    +4
    collapse with the whole world and disarm.

    Do not wake a sleeping dog (s).
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  3. sa-ag
    sa-ag 17 January 2016 09: 04 New
    +4
    Quote: DEZINTO
    Why demonize that?

    The image of the enemy is needed
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 17 January 2016 18: 01 New
      0
      just leave me alone from S. Korea and that’s it ...
  4. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 17 January 2016 09: 04 New
    +3
    About the hydrogen bomb is still not clear. According to seismic, to determine whether a nuclear bomb was detonated, or a thermonuclear one, will fail, except in terms of power. Nuclear bombs at 50 kT are not easy to do, but thermonuclear ... There is no theoretical limit.
    The remark is funny. How many did not look at the chronicle of North Korea - did not see there not only that fat - full people. One leader there eats for everyone ...
    1. jovanni
      jovanni 17 January 2016 10: 08 New
      0
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      The remark is funny. How many did not look at the chronicle of North Korea - did not see there not only that fat - full people. One leader there eats for everyone ...


      So what to do?! He thinks there, it seems for everyone ... what
  5. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 17 January 2016 09: 05 New
    +8
    "he hardly claims world domination. Or, so far, does not claim." Yes, pearl. Yes, leave Juche alone, Eun - this is America’s wick in the stern, and after all, humanitarian bombing will not go there, it's scary, which means Eun is right - he defends his country.
  6. Ami du peuple
    Ami du peuple 17 January 2016 09: 06 New
    +9
    Quote: DEZINTO
    Why demonize that?

    Demonstrates it, first of all, South Korea. In this democratic state, there is criminal responsibility for disseminating positive information about the DPRK. For example, in this article, more or less objective, there was such a passage: "..Comrade Kim Jong-Un’s reputation is not the most decent: he will arrange a provocation on the 38th parallel, then he will shoot someone from the family and friends or subordinates of anti-aircraft installation ... " About provocations on the demarcation line is a moot point, both sides are good there. However, “firing from anti-aircraft guns” (firing from a mortar, baiting by dogs, dissolution in sulfuric acid - emphasize the necessary smile) is a clear lie, invented and replicated by the South Koreans, and then accepted by the whole "world community" as an indisputable fact.
    1. Odysseus
      Odysseus 17 January 2016 09: 41 New
      +4
      Quote: Ami du peuple
      however, the "shooting from anti-aircraft guns" (shooting from a mortar, poisoning by dogs, dissolution in sulfuric acid - emphasize the necessary) - this is a clear lie, invented and replicated by South Koreans,

      The fake video from the hydrogen bomb tests (from the Soviet archives) was published by the South Korean media, and the author attributed them to North Korea. Well, etc., etc.
  7. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 17 January 2016 09: 29 New
    +6
    When the world saw Gaddafi with a shovel shank in one place, it greatly encouraged the rulers of small countries to "creativity" 1
    1. Gerhard
      Gerhard 17 January 2016 22: 52 New
      0
      When the world saw a concentration camp living by the name of North Korea, small countries really became more creative. Kimka performed his scarecrow role by five.
  8. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 17 January 2016 09: 33 New
    -9
    No matter how much you see Un, there is only one sensation: the guy escaped from the madhouse.
    1. nagel_Oz
      nagel_Oz 17 January 2016 11: 02 New
      +4
      Do not tell! The Una country is essentially one military camp, which throughout the existence of the "celestials" is preparing for war. Under the “gun” the whole country, all strategic facilities underground, the army is in a state of increased alertness, the political elite is emasculated, the people are ready to die for their leader. The variant with Gaddafi among the Americans is clearly "not good" and where are the signs of madness here?
    2. APASUS
      APASUS 17 January 2016 17: 42 New
      0
      Quote: dchegrinec
      No matter how much you see Un, there is only one sensation: the guy escaped from the madhouse.

      Half the world is ruled by clowns, and you only Eun noticed?
      What is only THE COLLECTION OF APHORISMS OF GEORGE BUSH Jr.,
      published in the American media
      - It's clearly a budget. It's got a lot of numbers in it.
      - Clear business is the budget. It has a lot of numbers.
      - Well, I think if you say you're going to do something and don't do it, that's trustworthiness.
      “Well, I think if you say that you are going to do something and are not doing it, it is trustworthy.”
      - The most important job is not to be governor, or first lady, in my case.
      “The most important thing is not to be a ruler, or a first lady, as in my case.”
      - Families is where our nation find hope, where wings take dream.
      “Families are where our nation finds hope, where wings find their dreams.”
      - He's the kind of fellow who says when he gives you his word he means it. Sometimes that doesn't happen all the time in the political process.
      “He is one of those people who say that if he promises something, he will keep his word.” Sometimes this never happens in politics.
      - We'll let the other countries of the world be the peacekeepers and the great country called America be the pacemakers.
      “We will allow other countries to be guardians of the world, and the great country of America will set the pace.”
      (It meant "peacemakers" - "peacekeepers"; "pacemakers" - "setting the pace," "leaders.")
      People: What do you think of people who find you too religious?
      - I think they have misunderestimated me.
      - I think they don’t underestimate me.
      "Misunderestimated" is untranslatable here - this is the word Bushism in English vocabulary. According to Bush: misunderstand + underestimate = misunderestimate, that is, "do not understand" + "underestimate" = "underestimate underestimate".
      But the most accurate translation in terms of grammar will be "underestimated."
      - This is preservation month. I appreciate preservation. It's what you do when you run for president. You've got to preserve.
      - This is a month of protection. I appreciate the protection. This is what you will do when running for president. You must be protected.
      (From a speech about condoms)
      - I know how hard it is for you to put food on your family.
      “I know how hard it is for you to bring food to your family.”
      - Our priorities is our faith.
      - Our priorities are our faith.
      - When I'm talking about - when I'm talking about myself, and when he's talking about myself, all of us are talking about me.
      - When I speak, - when I speak about myself, and he speaks about me, both of us speak about me.
      - I think we agree, the past is over.
      - I think we agree that the past has passed.
      - A low voter turnout is an indication of fewer people going to the polls.
      - Low voter turnout indicates a decrease in the number of people attending polls.
      - Laura and I really don't realize how bright our children are sometimes until we get an objective analysis.
      - Laura and I really don’t realize how smart our children are at times, until we make an objective analysis.
      - I was raised in the West. The west of Texas. It's pretty close to California.
      - I grew up in the west. West Texas. It is close to California.
      - I say this to the countries of the Middle East; don't you dare hold us or our allies hostile!
      - I appeal to the countries of the Middle East: do not dare to keep us or our allies hostile!
  9. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 17 January 2016 09: 58 New
    +1
    Probably, when Eun shot someone with an anti-aircraft machine gun, the author was standing next to him, or corrected the shooting? The author needs to be an objective person, and not to rewrite someone else's lie. Minus article is unambiguous.
  10. cuzmin.mihail2013
    cuzmin.mihail2013 17 January 2016 10: 02 New
    +4
    The situation with North Korea reminds me of a debate about personal weapons.
    All one to one. Those who speak against are not allowed! Shoot each other. And why do you need it, we have the police. Call - help out! So it is here! UN, OSCE, peacekeepers, etc.
    Just facts are a stubborn thing. How many states fell apart, and yet they could have lived!
  11. RomanS
    RomanS 17 January 2016 10: 02 New
    +7
    You can’t refuse a North Korean excerpt! For half a century spread rot by sanctions, demonized all over the world, and they hold on to their statehood and social system. And, to the best of their ability, they snarl at the "democratic" states around them. And no matter how odious the ruler Kim Jong-un was, but no one has yet been bombing Korea, and he is not joining South Korea!
  12. veksha50
    veksha50 17 January 2016 10: 08 New
    +4
    "Suppose that this time too, Russian diplomacy will be able to persuade “thermonuclear Kim” through acceptable channels not to play with fire"...

    Hmm ... Why should we persuade him ??? Just because they allegedly had a hand in the creation of the North Korean atomic bomb ???

    Cynically speaking, he does not threaten or threaten US ... And let the US solve its problems of world hegemony with its own hands ...
  13. LÄRZ
    LÄRZ 17 January 2016 10: 11 New
    +3
    Leave the DPRK alone, let them live as they want. (“Leave the taiga to the bear”) Do they have ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons? So this is a warning: "Do not ... fate to jerk off." Amerikosy are no longer “mattresses”, they are real tamps; And where it is not necessary and when it is not necessary, they are all the same stuck.
    1. Nikolay K
      Nikolay K 17 January 2016 11: 33 New
      0
      So you propose to hell with the Convention on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and let all countries acquire nuclear weapons? Or do you think that some Somalia has less moral right to this than the DPRK?
  14. igorek4515
    igorek4515 17 January 2016 10: 15 New
    +4
    Comrade Eun is doing the right thing ... Respect and respect ..! In the modern world, in spite of all the so-called “glories of international law” as in the jungle, the strongest survive .. Or as in the Russian proverb “live with wolves howling with wolves” .. ie with "world leaders" such as the United States who understand only one language, the language of power only needs to be talked about. And as for international law .. Why didn’t this international law protect Iraq, Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Syria, Libya from the "democrats". By the way .. In the DPRK, the country's leadership is deeply convinced that if Gaddafi had not abandoned his nuclear program at one time under pressure from the West and in exchange for economic assistance, he would have been alive and the Libyan jamahiriya would still exist ..
  15. igorek4515
    igorek4515 17 January 2016 10: 31 New
    +5
    and let the "hegemons" do not forget to apologize for themselves and their mongrel.

    By the way, about the apology .. North Korea, yes this country is the only time in US history that forced the US president to officially and publicly apologize for the actions of its military .. this was after the North Koreans captured the American spy ship Pueblo in 1968 and captured its crew .. So only after the official and public apologies of a hundred sides of the United States did they release American sailors .. You need to understand that for the United States it was a huge blow to the image, if not shame .. such is the story of the confrontation between the United States and North Korea ..
  16. Mowgli
    Mowgli 17 January 2016 11: 13 New
    +1
    then he will shoot someone from the family and friends or subordinates of the anti-aircraft installation ...


    Honestly, this thoughtless spread of South Korean fakes is very tired.
    Refuted for a long time, but the author, apparently, is not in the know. Or...
    Or simply: if there are more signs in the article, will there be a higher fee?
    Most likely, because the conclusion of the article hints at this; "So, maybe something to fix in the UN and continue to live according to international rules?"
    And immediately it becomes clear why the article was written. Not for the same conclusion.
    Just a fee is our everything.
  17. igorek4515
    igorek4515 17 January 2016 11: 44 New
    +1
    Honestly, this thoughtless spread of South Korean fakes is very tired.
    Refuted for a long time, but the author, apparently, is not in the know. Or...

    Yes, everything is simple .. with the filing of the South Korean media they launched a roast duck .. The main thing is sensational news and rating .. And the fact that even with the slightest scrutiny, to put it mildly, is not believable .. Well, who cares ... The main thing is to teach a sensation. Our audience really loves sensational news. Especially in relation to such a closed country as the DPRK .. about which almost no one knows for sure .. And rebuttals .. Well, how many people read them. I repeat the main thing is to teach a sensation .. In general, the English writer Bernard Shaw was right a thousand times saying his immortal phrase:
    "..2% of people think, 3% of people think that they think, the remaining 95% of people will die better than they think .."
    Something like that..
  18. fa2998
    fa2998 17 January 2016 12: 46 New
    -1
    Quote: DEZINTO
    I think so. All that North Korea wants is to protect itself, and to stop spreading rot!

    North Korea is banally blackmailing other countries. Now they will again “persuade” them to negotiate on the nuclear and missile problems. And they will give fuel, money and food free of charge (and how much have already given), only for promises that they will not be outrageous. Then it will all end- and they will again launch and rush! hi
  19. Old26
    Old26 17 January 2016 12: 49 New
    0
    You can certainly leave him alone, not pay attention. Let it be boiled in its own juice. This is one option.

    But you need to, if necessary, that - will blackmail.

    The second option, as written correctly Nikolay K

    Quote: Nikolai K
    So you propose to hell with the Convention on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and let all countries acquire nuclear weapons? Or do you think that some Somalia has less moral right to this than the DPRK?


    But this is already quite serious. So far, there is a small “brake” on the path of nuclear weapons proliferation. If he doesn’t, the fun life will begin. Now there are about 30-40 “threshold” countries in the world. Let some of them stand “far” from creation, but the rest have technological groundwork and most importantly money.
    Now the first comers have already drawn - the same Saudi Arabia. There are technological reserves in the same Japan. Yes, and others will catch up. And they (others) will have no less moral law. An incentive is the protection of one's sovereignty. And the less charges there are, the more inadequate the leadership, the greater the chances of a nuclear strike.
  20. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 17 January 2016 13: 07 New
    +1
    Received a European education; lived in Europe, talked, so to speak, with the West, and decided that it was better to have an atomic bomb. laughing Naturally.

    The article does not indicate that the United States grossly violated the agreements reached with the DPRK, after which the DPRK withdrew from the NPT, created nuclear weapons and conducted nuclear tests.

    Not only the USSR is allegedly guilty of creating Korean nuclear weapons, but also the United States.

    Regarding Israel, everything is crystal clear in general - last year Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) ended without a final document. Because there it was planned to start negotiations within a year on the liberation of the Middle East from weapons of mass destruction. Blocked the US project, with the filing of Israel. They have bombs.
  21. pts-m
    pts-m 17 January 2016 13: 09 New
    +2
    everyone lives as best he can. according to the availability of finances in his purse. you can’t say anything about others, such as the urine ruin. everyone will be foolish at someone else’s expense. And Eun and his people deserve respect that they did not bend under the pendostan.
  22. igorek4515
    igorek4515 17 January 2016 13: 59 New
    -1
    North Korea is banally blackmailing other countries. Now they will again “persuade” them to negotiate on the nuclear and missile problems. And they will give fuel, money and food free of charge (and how much have already given), only for promises that they will not be outrageous. Then it will all end- and they will again launch and rush!

    oh .. I beg you ..! maybe it’s enough to repeat all these Western bourgeois cliches ..! And the USA doesn’t blackmail anyone ..? Or for example, annual military exercises with the number of military personnel under 200 thousand people near the very border of the DPRK is not blackmail.? And the scandalous film "Interview" where allegedly two American journalists are killing Kim is not blackmail ..? And Bush’s threat to destroy Kim’s regime and the Obama administration doesn’t lag behind this, not blackmail ..?
    So far, there is a small “brake” on the path of nuclear weapons proliferation. If he doesn’t, the fun life will begin. Now there are about 30-40 “threshold” countries in the world. Let some of them stand “far” from creation, but the rest have technological groundwork and most importantly money.
    Now the first comers have already drawn - the same Saudi Arabia. There are technological reserves in the same Japan. Yes, and others will catch up. And they (others) will have no less moral law. An incentive is the protection of one's sovereignty. And the less charges there are, the more inadequate the leadership, the greater the chances of a nuclear strike.

    And who is to blame. 7 North Korea, or Iran, or Russia ..? Or maybe the United States, which constantly, under the pretext of establishing democracy, are spreading entire countries with their "humanitarian bombing" ..?
  23. Mikhail Krapivin
    Mikhail Krapivin 17 January 2016 14: 37 New
    0
    North Korea has no less nuclear rights than Pakistan and Israel. As long as America pursues its policy of "forced democratization," everyone has the right to protect themselves from America in any way possible.
  24. igorek4515
    igorek4515 17 January 2016 14: 50 New
    0
    North Korea has no less nuclear rights than Pakistan and Israel.

    I would even say more rights than Pakistan or especially Israel. Firstly, Pakistan is not the best but allied with the USA and, in principle, there is no real threat of military aggression. there are also no threats from stronger states with the aim of destroying the existing state system, etc. Moreover, Israel does not have this .. which, incidentally, in its region has without the nuclear weapons the strongest and most technologically equipped army. In addition, it uses the so-called "nuclear umbrella" of the United States as its main ally in the region .. thus, Israel does not need nuclear weapons as a means of self-defense from the word AT ALL .. And North Korea, which as mentioned above, is constantly exposed to military threats invasion and aggressive attacks from the most militarily strong country in the world, while having a completely technically and technologically backward army ..
  25. Old26
    Old26 17 January 2016 16: 01 New
    0
    Quote: igorek4515
    And who is to blame. 7 North Korea, or Iran, or Russia ..? Or maybe the United States, which constantly, under the pretext of establishing democracy, are spreading entire countries with their "humanitarian bombing" ..?

    It makes no sense to look for the guilty. Whether the United States, or someone else. But the proliferation of nuclear weapons reduces the so-called "threshold" of its application. Countries that have fifty charges will be wary of using them against neighbors with roughly the same arsenal. But when you have a dozen charges, and your neighbors have the same or even fewer, and nothing other than aircraft from carriers - then some may "blow the roof"
  26. igorek4515
    igorek4515 17 January 2016 16: 31 New
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    It makes no sense to look for the guilty.

    Here I agree with you. It also does not make sense to make any one side a scapegoat ..
    But the proliferation of nuclear weapons reduces the so-called "threshold" of its application. Countries that have fifty charges will be wary of using them against neighbors with roughly the same arsenal. But when you have a dozen charges, and your neighbors have the same or even fewer, and nothing other than aircraft from carriers - then some may "blow the roof"

    And here I do not agree. since the undermining of even a single nuclear, and even more so thermonuclear ammunition can lead to extremely negative consequences. and here already the quantity of nuclear munitions plays a secondary role. Their main presence is .. Possession of nuclear weapons, as all international practice shows, is the best deterrent for all potential aggressors. Judge for yourself .. North Korea is unlikely to have more than 10-15 nuclear warheads today. And the United States has more than 1500 only deployed on media of all types .. but nevertheless the United States for some reason does not dare to apply them against the DPRK, although it is extremely hostile to it .. only about Kim’s "inadequacy" and "frostbite" it is necessary .. As practice shows, it acts quite reasonably and thoughtfully in relation to the current situation and threats to his country. Here you have the whole principle of nuclear deterrence even with a small amount of nuclear munitions. since for the USA even the explosion of a single nuclear weapon does not matter whose North Korean or someone else’s is extremely unacceptable .. therefore now on the force option they are unlikely to dare direct military operations against the DPRK .. the same can be said about South Korea. Unfortunately, the international security system itself has shown its inefficiency and requires replacement with a new one. This is already a medical fact.
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 17 January 2016 20: 10 New
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      Yes, if the United States uses nuclear weapons against the DPRK - China will later arrange a financial nuclear disaster for them - it will withdraw all $ 3,5 trillion of investments in the economy.
  27. DPN
    DPN 17 January 2016 19: 55 New
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    They secured the country and did the right thing.
  28. ibirus
    ibirus 17 January 2016 20: 21 New
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    A small country that did not manage to make its bomb is likely to become a victim of American democracy.
  29. edwardwar
    edwardwar 17 January 2016 20: 23 New
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    rather, the global war would have begun))) to break this rotten world