North Korean Military Might 2012 vid..

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  1. Kunal Biswas

    Kunal Biswas Member of the Year 2011 Moderator

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    Always funny to see how this brainwashed people think they could conquer the ROK with their 50 yrs old equipment and their ten 20 yrs old Mig 29s :pound:
     
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    Actually, without the US coming in to help RoK, the North Korean military machine is very much capable of running all over South Korea.
     
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    how come u say that guns need bulets plane need oil and rok even does not hav food to eat
     
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    Really??? 200 4++ F 15s and F 16s against 35 Mig 29Bs (downgraded export versions built decades ago) ??? Stealth Warships and other modern equipment against an army using 50 yrs old weapons? The only thing North Korea can do is to inflict heavy casualties with large artillery strikes ( a retaliation strike will wipe them out) , some missile attacks (ROK has capable SAMs, shooting down those junk missiles shouldnt be a problem) or by sending suicide commando units into the ROK. But in the long term, North Korea wont have a chance against the south
     
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    He is talking abt Korean war..



    Without US influence in past, there would have been no SK but a Single Communist Korea..
     
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    Thats only because their entire population was mobilised for war unlike the south koreans.

    But the South Koreans are much better now. They will kick the North Koreans any time now.

    It will be too one sided to even compare.

    And dont forget, North Korea did not fight the war alone. Soviets were there to help them and later the Chinese too. So no point in saying ROK stood no chance against the DPRK without USoA
     
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    Last time during the Noko-Soko war, China & The Soviet Union came to Noko's rescue and that did boost the strength of the communist North. This time it hardly seems possible. With SU gone, Russia is in no mood to support Noko and China wont be that foolish to destabilize its economy by getting into a direct military confrontation with its major market countries, viz. The US & Allies.

    Now Noko alone does have the quantity of brainwashed soldiers ready to get martyred but not the quality to fight effectively to make the proper utilisation of that huge military. Its whole industry base runs on military demands, which, as a matter of fact, is not as effecient and capable of sustaining a longer war, very much like our neighbouring pakistan. So it may resort to the nuclear option.....after which.... we would witness a unified Democratic Korea under the South's command :rolleyes:.

    However, Soko has Quality as well as enough numbers to make the greater impact. Plus its economy can sustain a war for a longer period than the North. With its huge population, even after taking the brunt of Noko's nuclear attack (which are of very low yield BTW), it has the numbers to keep up the population growth.

    Its silly to talk about all that loss of life but its just a discussion so we are evaluating the possibilities. The Noko-Soko issue is bloody business. In the last war it claimed almost 50 lakh casualties, God knows how many lives it will claim this time. I just pray and hope saner heads prevail and this issue would be resolved without bloodshed.
     
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    I don't think so. The SoKor can and will defeat the NoKors in an all-out war solely between them. But in the process the SoKor economy will suffer terribly. The US' role in the Peninsula is first and foremost deterrence against NoKor direct action (SoKor obviously is not itching for a fight and would rather wait for NoKor to raise the white flag or implode), and a hedge against Chinese participation in case a war does breakout between the Koreas.
     
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