North Korea has hinted that they have a hydrogen bomb. What do you believe their chances of having one are?
They have garbage rockets plus we have middle defense, plus they don't have the resource nor the economy to make more than 1-2
If President Obama says they don't have one, they probably do.
China should stop giving them aid. Let's see how fast a rebellion starts then.
They probably think a hydrogen bomb is barrel with hydrogen gas in it.
Methane bomb from the blowhard freak-hair in chief.
So they have a hydrogen bomb. Good for them. Too bad they have nothing to deliver it on. Their rockets are absolute garbage.
Wouldn't doubt it for a second. Their "Songun" policies always come through and their military gets most of the gov'ts spending. They've probably had it for awhile now. They're not in the stone age.
I thought the same but then I found out that 98% of there taxes is only 2 dollars
They probably meant hydrogen peroxide.
I call bs
They don't seem more than fifty years behind the rest of the world, so why wouldn't or couldn't they?
They also tell us they have a lot of food, no concentration camps, and that their economy is excellent. There is little to no chance that they have an actual hydrogen bomb
A month or two ago satellite images were released suggesting construction of a new tunnel at their nuclear test site. Either way I don't think it will change the situation very much, at least not until they have an effective long range delivery system.
I'm sure they have one, but I highly doubt it's even vaguely good quality.
Hydrogen bombs have been around for decades. I'm sure they have been able to get it. They almost build a nuclear facility in Syria once
Its that time of year again.
Who cares? I'd be more concerned with our own hydrogen bomb named Donald Trump than the ones North Korea claims they have. Ours is currently on standby with the fuse lit.
Hydrogen (aka thermonuclear) bombs aren't much more complicated than atomic bombs, and they already have atomic bombs.
All you have to do to make a thermonuclear warhead is simply rig up a secondary fusion charge to an existing fission device. There are pictures on Wikipedia.
They literally are so isolated from global society that they probably do. And if they do jave a hydrogen bomb, time to make friends with them
The U.S. has confirmed nuclear testing in North Korea so, at a minimum, they have the primary staging component for a hydrogen bomb. However, North Korea has made some mighty lofty claims over the years, so I'm rather suspect about THIS one.
Hmmm... It makes me wonder if North Korea's made so many ridiculous claims, so that when they told us about this one, we wouldn't believe 'em(?)!😮
They also confirmed wmd's in the Middle East.... And that report was never found to be true....
Uh, wrong, they did find them.
Well troll, if that's not an irrefutable truth, I don't know what is!
Oh chance they did? Please tell me where and what they found in Iraq?
And go back to your fucking res gonzo
I was agreein' with ya, man... The WMD's that Iraq was reported to've had, never materialized. Other ordnance were found hidden and stored, but certainly not WMD's as reported to the Nation, and U.N.
Problem 'bout the res, you can't get a Margarita ANYwhere!
"Go back to the fucking res gonzo"
What a dick think to say!
They found sarin and other chemical weapons
It's been widely reported that the chemical weapons found after the 2003 invasion were virtually unusable, and the Iraqi government simply didn't have the production facilities to make workable chemical weapons. Even when militants found some of these weapons, they could only strip 'em down and use parts to make IED's, and sell 'em on the black market. But BertG and chance, we're gettin' off the path here, as what W. said we were actually looking for were munitions being prepared as part of Iraq's premier nuclear program. It was a bust.
Not a dick thing to say we are the same (native)
North Korea is the Nation State equivalent to a short bus lmao
Like seriously coke and mentos are like lightyears ahead of their weapons program 😂😂
North Korea has long proven that they are all talk. This shouldn't scare anybody.
Sorry, North Korea. Nobody cares. Blame ISIS.
We really need to get our troops out of South Korea. I don't want any of our guys to get hurt if they launch. I hope that they know that If North Korea lights off a hydrogen bomb over South Korea, they will be turned to glass. Then our guys can go in and mop up.
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They are so stupid that they might just commit suicide.
Unless they're completely psychotic
But it would just be a waste of blood and treasure. There's no need unless they piss someone off.
That means slaughterhouse in North Korea if they fire.
Even if they did, they don't have the missile technology to be of any real threat to the US.
The thing about technology is that it can be developed. They're constantly testing missiles and improving them. It's just a matter of time.
Yeah, but only to an extent. They don't have much money (relatively speaking), and they've got the UN and US watching their every move. They can only develop this technology so quickly without alerting the entire world to their efforts. I think North Korea will cease to be a sovereign nation (the way it is today at least) before they get decent long-range missiles.
They don't have the technology
They don't have the tech for missiles, I think they can set off a bomb though
"We have the technology" six million dollar gook
But they promised not to do so. How could this happen? 😂
Fast forward 10 years we will be discussing Irans nuclear weapons
Do you think it will take 10 years?
I have no idea. But according to our administration they will never have it because they promised not to.
I forgot about the promise part! :)
Yes, in ten years Iran will have tens of thousands of nuclear middles pointing directly at us. In 15 they will launch them at Israel and then us.
They have conducted nuclear tests that were confirmed independently by the US and other countries. This shouldn't surprise anybody.
Countries need nukes as they're one of the few deterrents that guarantee they won't be invaded by a "multi-national (99% American)" force seeking to enforce bogus UN resolutions on a sovereign country.