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Bait & Switch With Nukes

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Look out- I’m gonna hit the US with this!

So Krazy Kim has the whole world, and especially Daffy Don, focused on his Nukes and, more importantly, on his missiles that he is supposedly getting ready to carry those Nukes all the way to the US. (Update 4/13 – from ZeroHedge.com “virtually everyone knows that Kim’s threats are those of a paper tiger: North Korea is not believed to have a deliverable long-range nuclear weapon, according to U.S. experts, nor does it yet possess an intercontinental missile.”

 

 

Hey Seal Team 6! You wild & crazy guys!

Not deliverable you say? Not deliverable – how? Are you as suspicious of “what everyone knows” as I am. Case in point – everyone knew that Saddam had WMD, right? So, what if Krazy Kim is Krazy like a fat little fox?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just a load of kimchi – nothing to see.

What if instead of using missiles to deliver his nukes he has a couple of rusty old freighters chugging along in international waters? Like maybe off the Pacific and Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the US.

Or maybe lurking somewhere upwind of the US carrier “strike force” that the US is now sending to show the flag around NK?

 

 

 

 

 

JFK’s “Football” – ready to decapitate the Russkies.

And what if instead of a “football” like Daffy Don has at his side …

 

A Deadman’s switch is pretty goddamn simple.

He has a dead-man’s switch rigged so if the US “decapitates” him the switch closes a circuit on those floating bombs?

 

WhooHoo – feelin’ the breeze from the missile launch in my face

Just sayin’ – maybe we better not underestimate pudgy little guys with crazy hair.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We have to kill the terrorists – for the children!

Or pudgy big guys with equally crazy hair

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I die, you die, all God’s children die

What if they both have a really bad hair day on the same day? Get out the iodine tabs!

Author: panaceachronicles

Those of us who were young in the fifties, sixties and seventies are now well along in our aging - those of us left, that is. Just as we tried in our youth to find alternative ways of living, learning, cooperating, having fun, and being productive, I think we're destined to replay many of these scenarios in our old age. Ironically, this is when the intense desire for autonomy from centralized systems that arose in our younger days may prove to be the prescription for not just quality of life but for survival itself.

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