Birth of a Marine Corps and Other Nuclear News

Japan is birthing a Marine Corps after 73 years. Japan, thanks to China and North Korea, is rearming finally. What will be interesting will be how Japan rebuilds its society to include warriors over the legal and cultural obstacles America imposed on the Japanese in 1945.

Popular Mechanics presents an article on yet another naval threat: the Russian Doomsday Torpedo – another nuke weapon, another threat we will forced to go hat in hand to Big Defense for their latest wunderwaffe. I wonder how much this is going to cost us? At least as much as teaching the Navy that water is wet and Port has 2, 2!, sea-faring definitions.

Since North Korea now has a credible nuclear threat, as well as having an expectation of Pakistan taking revenge by giving yet more nuclear technology to terrorists, here’s a guide to get you ready for surviving a nuclear strike. For me, the first way is not to live in some out of the way town in the Midwest. Bombing San Fran, while edifying, may cause America to get pissed off. Smalltown, Kansas, eh, so what? They’re bitter clingers and know the point count in NASCAR. Give Kim what he wants before the next Broadway premiere…

Über DaveO

Retired soldier, micro-farmer, raconteur and pet owner from the great state of Oklahoma. Wandered in as a frequent commenter and have been enjoying blogging ever since.
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Eine Antwort zu Birth of a Marine Corps and Other Nuclear News

  1. slater schreibt:

    So they’re taking the French Model of Troupe De Marines.


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