Thursday, 4 April 2013

British PM: North Korea has 'technology' for nuclear strike against the UK

The Prime Minister said he was “very concerned” about the threat from North Korea and warned that Pyongyang now has capabilities to strike the United States and Britain. Speaking to workers in Scotland, the Prime Minister said the threat from North Korea showed that Britain needs to keep the Trident nuclear deterrent. Asked if he was concerned about North Korea the Prime Minister said: “How concerned am I about North Korea? Very concerned, it has extremely dangerous technologies in terms of nuclear and its weapons.” Full article: The Daily Telegraph

Remember when the arch criminal and traitor made the infamous WMD 45 minutes claim? Is David Cameron guilty of using similar rhetoric to ensure people are frightened enough not to oppose a like for like and very costly Trident replacement programme when the time comes? I don't think he is, I fully support his calls for us to keep our independent nuclear deterrent. The world has not been this unstable for a long time. To abandon our nuclear deterrent with constantly emerging new threats would be total insanity. Does anyone actually agree with the Lib Dums who wish to scrap the Trident programme? Other than a small yet noisy minority I would guess that most people think Trident is essential for our future national security. Tameside Citizen


Anonymous said...

I think we should pretent we have trident keep the subs and tell everyone we have nukes. That way we save billions and can improve hospitals, schools, roads etc.

Tameside Citizen said...

That’s an interesting idea as long as nobody lets the cat out of the bag. Maybe the current Trident has no genuine nuclear capability. The submarines exist for sure - but are they nuclear armed? If you have the submarines which look the part and you tell your foe that that they are nuclear armed, how are they to know if you are being truthful? It would be like pointing a gun at someone, it may be loaded or it may not, your foe would not be likely to take a chance which could lead to him being shot in the hope of finding out would he? Certainly not if he was a rational minded individual, but what if his name was Kim Jong Un and he believed himself to be a living god?

White Land said...

One thing's for sure, BARRING a nuclear war, in 50 years time North Korea will still LOOK like North Korea, as it will be full of Koreans, maybe as part of a unified Korea.
Britain, on its current course will almost certainly be a multiracial Third World hellhole to rival anything Africa, Asia or South America has got to offer.

Not mushroom for manouevre said...

All out superpower confrontation!
All out superpower confrontation!

If I had A-bomb and no place to drop it on,
I'd drop it on YOU, world leaders
Had it up to here with your verbal diarrhoea,
Power crazy bleeders.

Cicero said...

Trident didn't save us from invasion. We currently have 10 million+ uninvited immigrants in this country. That's nothing short of an invasion. The Gerrys of WWII could never have landed 10 million occupiers and what we have now is far worse. What's the point in having weapons like Trident when the enemy is within? Could the Koreans do any more harm to this country or its indigenous people than the traitors in Westminster? Not a chance!

“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”

― Marcus Tullius Cicero

SerpentSlayer said...

Security may be a good idea again if we are getting spam, hard to think which group of individuals would spend there time doing such a thing...

Anonymous said...

The Worlds widespread instability is remarkable
and concerning regardless of N.Korea.
Now is the time the real truth will be shackled because once the financial markets are vigorously damaged again,the fall out will be enormous and internal conflicts will reach epic proportions where increasing military actions against the public worldwide will be established.
The exception might well be Tameside where the zombies are numerous and will not react towards anything.

Anonymous said...

Police have confirmed no prosecution is being sought ‘at this stage’ over the death of a teenager savaged by dogs.
But Greater Manchester Police said last night that they lacked evidence to prove any crime had been committed.
Police Regs under Control of Dogs S3Dangerous Dogs Act 1991
"The owne has a defence if he/she was not in charge of the dog at that time and he/she can prove that it was in the charge of a person whom he/she believedc to be a fit and proper person".
The question could be therefore asked: if a Police Officer entered a property in the course of his/her duty and was savaged to death,would no charges be made against the Dogs owner.
Seems like the shit in our society wins again.

Anonymous said...

Tax Payers Alliance states: Even in the boom years, Britain had a welfare problem,arguing that welfare reform is an important way of limiting the burden on families struggling to make ends meet themselves.
No malingerers existed in the years prior to and in the 1930`s early 1940`s when familes lived on very basic foods cooked for their familkies,no health protection,no rents paid,no child benefits,worked horrendous hours,clothing was passed down and well shod shoes were a luxery,and
even volunteered to fight in two major wars.
And that`s why I am extremely proud of my ancestors who lived and died in tiny homes,with shared outside toilets,just two chairs around the house table and you stood up waiting for someone to finish their scram before you sat down,plus top to toe sleeping facilities.
But they worked hard,suffered,and still had far more courage,and showed family responsibilites.
Never compere those stalwart men/women/children/with the crap that now walks our streets.

Anonymous said...

TC..Did not fully understand the b government, benefit changes.
One thing for sure, they won't get re-elected.

Anonymous said...

@anon 1336

Yeah, the same generations who inherited a homogenous and relatively stable society, and who are leaving behind a multicultural hellhole without ever appearing to be much bothered it. Remember that when calling these new generations from hell to burn.

If it shuffles and grunts.. said...

@ Anonymous 15:32, maybe they won't get re-elected because the legions of dross, homegrown and imported, that constitute a growing part of 'New Britain' will vote for the party that gives them what they want; something for nothing.

Anonymous said...

TC...New Charter sent my partner a document about three weeks ago.
In this document they estimate it will cost £4,000 plus a two day show trial in Manchester.
New Charter asked the court for the eviction against my partner to be moved there, because it's got political undertones, free speech issues, human rights issues.
The Judge refused the move to Manchester, And we have not heard anything since!

Roy West!!

Charter for bullying said...

Trying to evict a totally innocent, nice lady like that. Disgusting. And 'political overtones' is dead right.

Anonymous said...

TC I remember a one to one meeting with Alan Kibble (new charter enforcer) at Cavendish in Ashton.
He asked me, who was posting comments on here, about fox hunting and blood sports.
I thought hang on here, what's it got do with you Mr Kibble?
He said, well, these animal rights extremists can be very violent.
So what, am I not allowed to oppose blood sports Mr Kibble?

Roy West

Reimer said...

Can't see the open-air prison that is North Korea being able to threaten the UK mainland - but I suppose it's UK "interests" at threat (ie the global assets/alliances of the elite who facilitated the Immigration Cold War) whose protection is deemed to warrant the nukes.

IIRC UK doesn't have an independent capacity, having to seek permission and launch codes from the Yankee masters to use them.