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    South Korean men pass by a TV news program showing images published in North Korea's Rodong Sinmun newspaper of North Korea's ballistic missile believed to have been launched from underwater and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, at Seoul Railway station in Seoul, South Korea, Saturday, May 9, 2015

    China Plots ‘Decapitation’ Strike on Kim Jong-Un Regime in North Korea Reports

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    A leading Chinese professor Zhe Sun said at a security forum in Washington that Beijing has already begun contemplating ‘decapitation’ strikes against the dictatorship in North Korea after Kim Jong-Un’s regime conducted two nuclear tests in less than a month.

    According to a report by the Korea Times, Professor Zhe Sun told a security forum in Washington that Chinese leaders are debating the best way to deal with an increasingly unhinged North Korean regime that has escalated its march towards fielding a nuclear intercontinental ballistic missile capable of striking the mainland United States.

    "Some Chinese scholars and policy makers began to talk about supporting ‘surgical strikes’ and decapitation’ by the US and South Korea as one policy option," said the esteemed professor. "More radical proposals indicate that China should change the leader, send troops across borders and station in DPRK, force DPRK into giving up nuclear and beginning opening up and reforming."

    The statements that China may be considering regime change in North Korea are unprecedented with Beijing long serving as the vital lifeline to Pyongyang dating back to the Korean War in the 1950s and with accusations even being leveled against China that they are aiding Kim Jong-Un’s march towards fielding a destructive nuclear weapon by side stepping sanctions.

    North Korea has become a growing concern for the international community after demonstrating an ability to perfect the miniaturization process necessary to load a nuclear warhead into an intercontinental ballistic missile, a matter of technical sophistication that many defense analysts had previously believed that Pyongyang was years from achieving and which raises the danger of the regime exponentially.

    In addition to miniaturization, North Korea has more aggressively pursued nuclear and ballistic missile testing in 2016 showing capabilities of potentially being able to strike the United States West Coast in a matter of months or years based on recent missile tests and having tested only their fourth and fifth nuclear bombs – the most powerful ones they have fielded yet – in less than a month’s time.

    The United Nations has considered expanding already unprecedented sanctions on the isolated and impoverished country, but the regime’s ability to build up weaponry despite the existing sanctions regime may militate towards a different approach – either diplomacy to placate the regime or military action which risks mass loss of life.

    Previous US war planning sessions have suggested an attack on North Korea, unless the regime’s leadership could be quickly shutdown, would result in tens of thousands of deaths in South Korea as the Kim Jong-Un regime possesses the capacity to unleash a flurry of chemical, biological, and conventional strikes regardless of whether Pyongyang achieved full nuclear strike capability.


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      I don't believe a word of this.
      China will never do that.
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      Yes, china can do that too, but some one else also have plans for surgically strikes to decapitated china as well.
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      Syria Forever
      Interesting will be the reaction of the House in White? If there is meat on that story of course. I believe the House in White would not like that, not like at all if China would talk command in North Korea. :)
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      Syria Forever
      Hello Sputnik. Send the story over to CNN. Please. That would get funny, very funny! ;D
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      the USA is the danger, not the north koreans
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      misinfo from the USA... pay no heed
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      motive? Misinformation? One has to ask, what would they have to gain by such a strike?
    • v76in reply topeaceactivist2(Show commentHide comment)
      peaceactivist2, wtf are you even talking about... a surgical strike to 'decapitate' China would be destroying the whole nation.... china is too big and too many heads to kill it in one strike, NK is totally different... if Kim was killed in anyway I'd bet 90% of generals and men of power in NK would cheer and be glad to be out from that families shadow over NK.
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      I don`t think China would do that, simply because they know the dangerous risks. But seems like South Korea got some plans, because they ordered many Taurus Mephistos in Germany already. defense-update.com/20130405_south-korea-selects-the-taurus-kepd-350-cruise-missile.html
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      Every lie or misinformation will do for the terror state Usa !!!
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      Then What?????
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      I would not be surprised by this. China has long ago given up it's core principles and ideals for the lure of Capitalisms get rich quick and at any cost schemes.
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      North Korea is not a threat to any one, it's the stupid US and South Korea that keep saying that they are a threat. They will be , if you keep annoying them, so bigger off and leave the North Koreans alone.
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