Nuclear North Korea Celebrates 60 Years of Victory Over the United States
When a state’s hope, nay a nation’s hope in Gov Chris Christie practically kisses the man who is destroying the USA aka the President on the lips, the jig is up folks. Which by the way the adage defined means ”We have been caught out and have no defense” Can you defend your self and your property, can the US Govt defend our shores and its people?
“I’ll never give up, but I don’t think it’s ever coming back,” Phares said. “It’s just unfortunate that we got put in that situation, and that the top brass blamed us, or blamed Bucher, for everything.”
The ship photo above is now North Korea’s greatest Cold War prize, the USN Pueblo it is a symbol for the North Koreans of how they as a people faced off against the great power of the United States, once in an all-out ground war and now with forward movement in the development of nuclear weapons and sophisticated missiles needed to threaten the U.S. mainland. We’re not trying to gin up fear, we have a 1000 to 1 ratio over the NK known compliment of nukes; but even if they do only have 5, which 5 US cities would you want to see hit? That’s a rhetorical question, we all have our giddy thoughts but please refrain from answering.
By ERIC TALMADGE
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) – If there was ever any doubt about what happened to the only U.S. Navy ship that is being held by a foreign government, North Korea has cleared it up. It’s in Pyongyang. And it looks like it’s here to stay.
With a fresh coat of paint and a new home along the Pothong River, the USS Pueblo, a spy ship seized off North Korea’s east coast in the late 1960s, is expected to be unveiled this week as the centerpiece of a renovated war museum to commemorate what North Korea calls “Victory Day,” the 60th anniversary this Saturday of the signing of the armistice that ended hostilities in the Korean War.
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