Sunday, September 11, 2016

South Korea Would Reduce Pyongyang 'To Ashes' If It Shows Any Signs Of Mounting A Nuclear Attack

Deadly convoy: Dozens of U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcons demonstrate an 'Elephant Walk' as they taxi down a runway during an exercise at Kunsan Air Base, South Korea, to practise for a wartime mission. This picture is among a gallery of images chosen to showcase a year in the life of the U.S. Air force in 2012

BBC: North Korea nuclear test: South would reduce Pyongyang 'to ashes'

South Korea has a plan to annihilate the North Korean capital if it shows any signs of mounting a nuclear attack, according to reports from Seoul.

A military source told the Yonhap news agency every part of Pyongyang "will be completely destroyed by ballistic missiles and high-explosives shells".

Yonhap has close ties to South Korea's government and is publicly funded.

On Friday North Korea carried out what it said was its fifth, and largest, nuclear test.

The international community is considering its response.

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Update: South Korea claims plan to remove North Korea capital from the map (

WNU Editor: I have been told the same thing from my South Korean contacts for years. If the South Koreans are 100% sure that North Korea would launch a  nuclear attack on the South, they would unleash everything at the North before the North Koreans could launch such an attack .... and they would do it literally within a few hours after the South Korean Presidential order was given .... even over U.S. and allied objections.


TWN said...

The thing is the North Korean leaders don't care, it's a nation with small-mans disease I don't care how big you are lets go, that is the problem with the North.

RussInSoCal said...

The amount of artillery the North has arrayed along the 38th parallel is staggering. There's no way it could all be destroyed before Pyongyang is utterly devastated. The barrage would last between 45 to 90 minutes.