A rare look at Hell and Fury

Buried deep beneath the Montana soil in America’s northwest are 150 giant Minuteman III nuclear missiles — locked, loaded and ready to go.
They are 20 times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima and can reach any target on the planet in half an hour.
They stand ready to be deployed at any moment of the day, on the order of US President Donald Trump, who this month promised North Korea a “fire and fury like the world has never seen”.

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8 Responses to A rare look at Hell and Fury

  1. M. Sage says:

    Heh, the video at the end, “How Trump Could Start a Nuclear War.” Yeah, ’cause Lil’ Kim wouldn’t be the one starting it. It’d be all Trump.

    Fucking fake news.

    But I really doubt we’d go nuclear on them, not to a huge degree anyway. They drop one, we might nuke Pyongyang, but I don’t really think we need to use nukes to win, not to mention Japan is downwind and really, really sensitive about nukes for some unfathomable reason.

    • bogsidebunny says:

      Be sure to tune in this evening:

      Tonight, President Donald J. Trump will address the Nation from Fort Myer, Virginia, on the South Asia strategy (AKA: Nuke the Norks).

      Watch live at 9:00pm EST.

  2. bogsidebunny says:

    A better use of these sweethearts rather than dumping them on the slope-headed gooks is targeting sanctuary cities like Chimp-cago, San fran-faggo and Jew York City.

  3. Doonhamer says:

    All that is needed is to put one big one – MOAB – just where he knows I’ll Kim is and disabled all communication and power.
    Result – total confusion in a people who are already totally pissed off with Fat Boy Kim and his sexy hairstyles.
    But the US military don’t need me to tell them – they are clever enough and equipped enough to do the job.
    Provided they are given free rein.
    Go for it.

  4. Booger says:

    There will be no winners

  5. STW says:

    A tad over hyped. One of these silos is a 90 minute drive from my house. I also have an, admittedly very good, highway map purchased at Walmart in my car that shows every silo in the state. Unprecedented and purchased at Walmart are not terms generally seen together.

  6. David says:

    If somebody uses these puppies & if one survives it, It will be welcome back to the Dark Ages!

  7. Some conservatives are beginning to raise doubts that the damn things will work.

    Government maintenance. How long since one was tested?

    Enough said.

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