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BREAKING: Nuclear Test in North Korea?

traitorbill Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 7:25 AM
N Korea couldn't be achieving this without China's assistance. Is a coincidence that China has been instrumental for both N Korea and Iran, in their pursuit of nuclear weapons. The main target of both nations is the U.S.. Chinese generals are calling war with the U.S. "inevitable." China is expert at asymmetrical warfare. Letting someone else do it's dirty work would fit the bill. Meanwhile, they lend us so much money that they hold sway over our economy. A Pentagon study fingered China as the culprit in the 2008 financial meltdown. They're attacking our satellites with lasers and damaging them. In the event of a war, we would be blinded if we lost our satellites. They are also constantly attacking us through cyber warfare.
traitorbill Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 7:26 AM
As Hillary said, "It's difficult acting tough with your banker."
diren Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 8:25 AM
Sept-29-2009 - Obama channeling Bill Clinton: Prsdntl-Dtrmntn loosens missile-tech-controls to China !

Obama the Liar that he is, brazenly-lied at the 2cnd Pres-debate about Benghazi, That's why Graham will not let Borat-Hussein-Obama-Traitor or Hillary-China-Treason-Clinton get away with it !

B-H-C China Gate Candidates

Pres BC's China-Tech-Transfers

BC's Chinese Missiles /0041 /03603 /0262 /0151.htm

If certain suspicions are confirmed, this is a major development:

The U.S. Geological Survey said Tuesday it had detected a magnitude 4.9 earthquake in North Korea, but neither Pyongyang nor Seoul confirmed whether North Korea had conducted its widely anticipated third nuclear test. The South Korean Defense Ministry said it was trying to determine whether North Korea had conducted a nuclear test. Nuclear blasts can create tremors but they are distinct from those caused by natural earthquakes. North Korea's powerful politburo vowed to continue firing "powerful long-range rockets," but a statement Tuesday made no mention...