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China moves troops to North Korean Boarder

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(April 12th 2013) Video footage has been found of China sending tanks and troops to the North Korean Border. Although China would NOT likely back North Korea in a conflict, they may have to deal with a refugee problem if a war does break out. It is also possible that China may want to take control of North Korea should the current regime collapse.

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04-23-2013, 01:44 AM #74001
serpa6    
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Quote Originally Posted by Appollyon View Post
Serpa it could happen, and thats also my opinion, if anyone will atttack S.Korea, will be Chinise, couse they wont let them to fall in hands of other regime. And yes convoy can be seen from settelite, but also column of tanks can be seen and with termal much much faster, couse there is more source of heat. And also probably S.korea have spies on the ground, mixed with public. I dont think chinese will hide their forces from south, they will rether show some muscle, to convince Kim other ways.
I agree with yah, but if you let them roll up to the border NK shits in there pants. If spies and sat images see them coming and how many
If they tie up all the trucks and trains to get them transported in a rush there is the logistics Ammo fuel other units Seem like they are rushing to the border and are going to be there for a while
   
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04-22-2013, 06:08 AM #73983
   
Appollyon
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Serpa it could happen, and thats also my opinion, if anyone will atttack S.Korea, will be Chinise, couse they wont let them to fall in hands of other regime. And yes convoy can be seen from settelite, but also column of tanks can be seen and with termal much much faster, couse there is more source of heat. And also probably S.korea have spies on the ground, mixed with public. I dont think chinese will hide their forces from south, they will rether show some muscle, to convince Kim other ways.
   
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04-21-2013, 01:51 AM #73942
serpa6    
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Quote Originally Posted by Appollyon View Post
I dont belive this is moving towards border! If u know what i mean, in peace, u dont drive tanks for 600 km, u transport them towards border! This could be some moving at a parade, months ago at comunist party kongres! That just my opinion!
Don't forget you put them in convoys they can be tracked by satellite which NK has sharing with Russian and Chinese spy satellites.
They are not going to let NK know where they are. That brings a good point is China going to attack NK Thoughts apaches ?
   
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04-20-2013, 09:23 AM #73916
   
Appollyon
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I dont belive this is moving towards border! If u know what i mean, in peace, u dont drive tanks for 600 km, u transport them towards border! This could be some moving at a parade, months ago at comunist party kongres! That just my opinion!
   
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04-16-2013, 02:59 AM #73663
EXCONservative    
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The Chinese have everything to lose if war breaks out. it would devastate the economy send them back 30 years. When you are top...life is good. The Chinese are still mostly poor but few would want to go back to what life was 30 years ago. China is making ground and that's where they want to keep going. No war will happen and I'd bet the house on that one. China will keep that guy in N.K in line.
   
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04-14-2013, 06:48 PM #73611
   
chimmy
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the first vehicle looks like an AA system or MRLS,you dont move these sort of things up unless your going to do something bad,could be wrong tho.
   
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04-14-2013, 05:36 PM #73610
Razboj    
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i think i saw this or very similar video last year somwhere on liveleak
   
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04-14-2013, 01:33 PM #73600
Dagger64    
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True True, the Chinese have everything to gain and lose. The old days of using NK as the clearing house for illegal arms is over. Same for Russia. If anything, the NK's attack and we hold the line and the Chinese swoop in from the North. Very fast ending to KJ Underbunny and the Chinese keep the north as an economic zone (stated below). I don't think NK is stupid enough, but the Chinese may have had enough.
   
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    serpa6 (04-14-2013)
04-13-2013, 09:03 PM #73571
Checker    
Checker
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There goes the tarmac
   
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04-13-2013, 12:10 AM #73544
serpa6    
serpa6
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@Thor only reason china got involved in that war was because, the thought the US was heading for China When we had the upper hand after the raid at agung .
Our fighter jets where kicking the hell out of the NK airforce and alot of the fights where getting closer and closer to China's borders.
I agree with you yes I still don't trust the Chinese. But i trust them more now then I did back then or when the cold war was going
Finack makes perfect sense it was he is saying and NK has been a pain in the ass to China and Russia The last time the old man did this China and Russia told him take a seat and shut the fuck up
   
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