Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Kim Jon Un Dictatorship Update


Our Kim Dynasty countdown for last month had Rocket Man stumbling a stage closer to his nonexistence/disappearance and the end of the Kim dynasty at Stage 8. on M.E.'s 0-12 scale  (12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 3, 1, 0).


We no longer believe the Kim dynasty must necessarily end with Kim Jong-un's approaching disappearance. So for the moment Rocket Man is still at stage 8, but adding further desperation to the pressures being deftly racheted up by the U.S., its allies and the mainstream media are unsettling news for the Rocket Man. If  his reactive behavior pattern continues, as his military and North Korea's people have been assured, he will reach a point of no return in raising the ante of any continuing military credibility.  That, as his family has always been keenly aware is very bad for the confidence of his fawning generals much less his oppressed people.  
If Kim fails to do so now, he must distract his own followers with some domestic strife such as:
  • assassination of an alleged Kim (no doubt accused of plotting a regime takeover)
  • executions of some token missile official who ineptly caused the delay in his pacific hydrogen bomb launch 
  • capture and executions of a South Korean spy cell (spotters and informers are already in North Korea)
Any combination of more than one of the above actions within 6 months will move our countdown 2 points as it would relect desperation at a panic level.

And finally, because Submarines are always silent and strange and their serious deployments or whereabouts are routinely unannounced, Kim just had more external pressure heaped upon his threatened hydrogen bomb launch:

10 OCT 17 | "The USS Michigan [SSGN-727], a nuclear-powered American submarine, will reportedly arrive in the South Korean port of Busan this weekend amid the ongoing escalation of tensions on the Korean Peninsula, which resulted from Pyongyang's recent nuclear tests and the subsequent war of words between North Korea's leader and US President Trump. 

Following the submarine, the USS Ronald Reagan
[CVN-76] aircraft carrier will also be dispatched to South Korea next week, Chosun Ilbo newspaper reported. "

The Chosun Ilbo is one of the major newspapers in South Korea. With a daily circulation of more than 1,800,000. 


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Monday, October 09, 2017

Risky Behavior: Female Updates


The alleged incidents come just three years after the first female commander of a warship was stripped of command following allegations of relations with her married third-in- command.  Cdr Sarah West, 41, was removed from command of frigate HMS Portland in August 2014, four years after Capt Holly Graf (USN), and three months after 3 women became the Royal Navy's first female submariners. As it happened, the Royal Navy's first female sub crew served on HMS Vigilant.


Five HMS Vigilant officers have threatened to resign over affairs on board a Royal Navy'sTrident nuclear missile sub HMS Vigilant by its captain and his executive officer with two different crew women

Submarines are always silent and strange.

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Thursday, September 28, 2017

Kim Dynasty Update: Desperation Visible Internally


Kim Jong-Un has been fthe latest figurehead in North Korea's declining Kim Dynasty since his father's death in 2011 as well as Supreme Commander of the Korean People's Army.
He is militarily controversial worldwide and will soon become deeply unpopular with the DPRK's cruelly oppressed citizens. Our previous 'Rocket Man'  coutdown  declared a 9 on our 12-point scale with 0 being the end of his and the Kim Dynasty's days in power.


Today, signs of Rocket Man's desperation, which have been clear outside of North Korea for some time now, may finally become clear to some of his cruelly oppressed citizen - volunteers inside their country. 
  •  Thur,Sep 28th 2017||  Kim Jong-Un releases propaganda video of North Korea 'blowing up' a US aircraft carrier as the dictator brands Trump a 'mad man' and warns US forces will be 'sent to the grave'
From now on, the more agitated and desperate for food and heat the ordinary Jim Jong Jangs become the sooner will Rocket Man become an Un Kim Jong-un. We see he hasnow stumbled one stage closer to nonexistence and the end of a dynasty at Stage 8. 
(12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 3, 1, 0)

Submarines are always silent and strange.

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Monday, September 25, 2017

What Kim Jong Un Knows is really at stake


Provocation and Effect (Desperation)

North Korea's foreign minister accuses President Trump of declaring war after Trump said the regime "won't be around much longer." That gives the rogue regime "the right to shoot down U.S. strategic bombers even when they are not flying in North Korean airspace", Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho told reporters in New York.


If North Korea attacks the U.S. military, China will standby as the U.S. retaliates. Naive U.S. citizens cringe in fear at such a horrible, though non-nuclear, prospect.  


Members of North Korea's military have been preparing for a coup since before Jong Un's father died.  As Kim orders more unpopular executions to scare his military for any suspected disloyalty, as food stocks dwindle and oil supplies are tightly rationed this coming winter, a military coup will become more popular with ordinary citizens. His own actions have only sped the inevitable coup that Kim Jong Un has always feared. 

And "Rocket Man" [a Trump appellation] Kim fears South Korea has 'spotters' following his every movement, as well as spies in DPRK's ArmyBy now Kim must assume that there has to be at least one Chinese informer among his leadership cabinet. 

Trump's provocations are not over. Their impact has been calculated to escalate gradually. Kim's time is running out. Western news has been covertly getting in, and if Kim survives another 12 months he wins  -- becoming almost invincible in a non-nuclear chess strategy as a formidible future nuclear threat.  This will not happen; either an internal coup takes him out, or he will disappear from public view forever after an ostensible visit to China, a hospital, or a vacation retreat.  

The countdown for Rocket Man is at about this stage: 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 3, 1, 0.  

Submarines are always silent and strange.

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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Caruso Satire ... (owed him a favor)

Sometimes there is no explaining Juan; this sure looks like one of those.

Submarines are always silent and strange.

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Monday, September 11, 2017

Most Hideous Crime Aboard a Submarine


M.E. has covered many crimes involving U.S. submarine crewmen. This one still remains the most suspicious, in our opinion.  The earliest we ever told readers about was this from 1923.  Genuine violence aboard U.S. submarines has been almost nonexistant apart from rare suicides.  As to criminal violence on board Western submarines, one finds the Royal Navy has encountered an unfortunate share in recent years.  

The introduction of female crew members to subs a few years ago gave one author a rationale for his related serial killer novel. The Killing Depths.  Now, the perversions of fiction have been outdone by a real life civilian.  The story, so far, is too gruesome and incomplete to be repeated by us, so you are on your own with the chronology links.  Aren't we glad U.S. submarine volunteers still undergo psychological screening, or do they?  

You will be soon!  An early quote from the Danish suspect appears below this photo ...

"'There is a curse on Nautilus,' he wrote, according to his website. 'The curse is me. There will never be peace on Nautilus as long as I exist.'”  - Peter Madsen in 2015; NYPost.com, "Inside slain journalist’s fateful submarine ride", August 26, 2017
Some key events in  Sunken submarine owner held by Copenhagen police on suspicion of murdering Swedish journalist Danish submarine owner arrested over missing journalist

Submarines are always silent and strange.


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Thursday, September 07, 2017

Submariner Quote 7 SEP 17

Background - female submariner's comparison quote (2012)

“All of the history and lore of the submarine community really comes back to those really awesome missions that fast attacks do.  If it were to be opened, I think there are some of us who probably would be willing to serve on them despite the tight quarters.”  - Lt. j.g. Vanessa Esch, serrving aboard USS Ohio (SSGN-728), "Women on subs talk mission working with men", NavyTimes.com News article #20120530 more

Quote of the Week

"On Trident submarines, we trained and drilled all the time,” he said. “I liked the operations and tempo on a fast attack submarine better. It made me feel like I was doing a job."  -  Don Chamberlain, Petty officer (TM1) and 20-year Navy veteran , Sep 6, 2017, The Brunswick News. Recognitions: Global War on Terror Medal; Humanitarian Service Medal; Outstanding Volunteer Medal; Navy Achievement Medal (3 times); Navy Unit Citation; Meritorious Unit Commendation; Navy “E” Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal; National Defense Service Medal (two times); Sea Service Ribbon; Expert Rifle Badge; Expert Pistol Badge; SSBN Patrol Pin; Dolphins Badge.

Submarines are always silent and strange.

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