Canada joining ballistic missile defence now just seems like common sense

The world is already adjusting to the news of North Korea’s latest and most powerful nuclear test to date. And not just with condemnation and calls for more sanctions. But with action.

The day after the Sept. 4th launch of what the rogue state claims is their first ever H-bomb, South Korea gave the all-clear to finalize the deployment of THAAD, a U.S. anti-missile defence system.

Meanwhile, The Economist reports that American utilities are already placing greater focus on protecting the electrical grid after Kim Jong-un’s launch came with a statement threatening to launch an electromagnetic pulse attack that could shut off all power for months.

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  • irishrus

    Nah… liberals are better than that and shit doesn’t stick to them but fallout does

    • Bla Bla

      Don’t you worry, they’ll be hunkered down in their warm and cozy bunkers to ride out their stupidity while we get irradiated. The only way we’ll get THAAD up here is if it guarantees ‘gender equality’ virtue signalling in the States – oh and bathrooms for everyone of the 60+ genders – nothing else matters!

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    • Clausewitz

      When asked if they could point to North Korea on a map many college students didn’t know what a map was.

  • Mr. Meow

    Canada’s default position on anything regarding defence is “Let the Americans do it”. That’s why we have what’s tantamount to a glorified constabulary for a military.

  • Because missile defense is not money going into Liberals’ pockets.