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US navy crews monitoring North Korea 'hate' their job, survey reveals
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lo yeeOn
2017-10-11 21:42:55 UTC
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This year's 10/10 Korean Workers' Party Foundation Day is over. North
Korea is like Bugsbunny who wouldn't take the bait of Uncle Sam. They
didn't perform any test worth mentioning by the western media.

In other words, they didn't provoke --- as the current administration
would like to characterize a missile test launch as such.

Still, US strategic bombers reportedly led its "allies" on yet another
show_of_force running over the Korean peninsula.

But hey, if we get closer and roll up our sleeves and show our
Schwarzenegger-sized arms, maybe that will rattle the rocket man and
provoke his regime to do something. And bang --- we have the alibi to
start bombing the hell out of their country. At least that was the
logic behind Uncle Sam's latest show of force run.

However, the North Koreans still weren't provoked.

So Elmer Fudd is moving his nuclear subs into Korean waters. And that
will make our hapless midshipmates assigned to watch NK's every move
sweat even more.

"It feels like a race to see which will break down first the ship or
its crew," one sailor wrote.

"I just pray we never have to shoot down a missile from North Korea,
because then our ineffectiveness will really show," another response
read. (For more see below.)

lo yeeOn

US navy crews monitoring North Korea 'hate' their job, survey reveals
1:33pm Oct 11, 2017
http://www.9news.com.au/world/2017/10/11/13/30/us-navy-morale-issue

The US navy crews aboard missile cruisers tasked with monitoring North
Korea have described their job as a "floating prison" amid plummeting
levels of morale, a survey has revealed.

The crew aboard the USS Shiloh "hate" their job, complained about
being overworked and suggested the boat wasn't in good working order,
according to an anonymous Navy survey, the responses of which have
been detailed by the Navy Times.

"It feels like a race to see which will break down first the ship or
its crew," one sailor wrote.

The complaints were raised in three surveys conducted between June
2017 and August this year during which time the ship was commanded by
Captain Adam M. Aycock.

According to the Navy Times, the Captain has not been fired.

"I just pray we never have to shoot down a missile from North Korea,
because then our ineffectiveness will really show," another response
read.

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Resty Wyse
2017-10-12 02:31:26 UTC
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Post by lo yeeOn
This year's 10/10 Korean Workers' Party Foundation Day is over. North
Korea is like Bugsbunny who wouldn't take the bait of Uncle Sam. They
didn't perform any test worth mentioning by the western media.
In other words, they didn't provoke --- as the current administration
would like to characterize a missile test launch as such.
Still, US strategic bombers reportedly led its "allies" on yet another
show_of_force running over the Korean peninsula.
But hey, if we get closer and roll up our sleeves and show our
Schwarzenegger-sized arms, maybe that will rattle the rocket man and
provoke his regime to do something. And bang --- we have the alibi to
start bombing the hell out of their country. At least that was the
logic behind Uncle Sam's latest show of force run.
The rocket man gave two excellent reasons to show our deadly weapons, and both times, Uncle Sam and Japan didn't do anything. North Korea fired two ICBMs over Japan 2,300 miles from North Korea. If the U.S. and Japan have anti-missiles to knock out the North Korean ICBM, those were excellent opportunities to show superior weapons. We talk the talk, but cannot walk the walk!!!
Post by lo yeeOn
However, the North Koreans still weren't provoked.
So Elmer Fudd is moving his nuclear subs into Korean waters. And that
will make our hapless midshipmates assigned to watch NK's every move
sweat even more.
"It feels like a race to see which will break down first the ship or
its crew," one sailor wrote.
"I just pray we never have to shoot down a missile from North Korea,
because then our ineffectiveness will really show," another response
read. (For more see below.)
lo yeeOn
US navy crews monitoring North Korea 'hate' their job, survey reveals
1:33pm Oct 11, 2017
http://www.9news.com.au/world/2017/10/11/13/30/us-navy-morale-issue
The US navy crews aboard missile cruisers tasked with monitoring North
Korea have described their job as a "floating prison" amid plummeting
levels of morale, a survey has revealed.
The crew aboard the USS Shiloh "hate" their job, complained about
being overworked and suggested the boat wasn't in good working order,
according to an anonymous Navy survey, the responses of which have
been detailed by the Navy Times.
"It feels like a race to see which will break down first the ship or
its crew," one sailor wrote.
The complaints were raised in three surveys conducted between June
2017 and August this year during which time the ship was commanded by
Captain Adam M. Aycock.
According to the Navy Times, the Captain has not been fired.
"I just pray we never have to shoot down a missile from North Korea,
because then our ineffectiveness will really show," another response
read.
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s***@gmail.com
2017-10-12 13:14:30 UTC
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Post by Resty Wyse
The rocket man gave two excellent reasons to show our deadly weapons, and both times, Uncle Sam and Japan didn't do anything. North Korea fired two ICBMs over Japan 2,300 miles from North Korea. If the U.S. and Japan have anti-missiles to knock out the North Korean ICBM, those were excellent opportunities to show superior weapons. We talk the talk, but cannot walk the walk!!!
"We" ?

You constantly refer to USA as "we' even they in your heart, USA is they and PRC is the real "we".

And why do you constantly beat the drums of war? Is it your belief that PRC can watch happily from the sidelines as North Kprea and USA wreak destruction upon each other? Are you having accidents in your diaper at the pleasurable thought that a war between North Korea and USA will leave PRC as the strongest power?


Yale Guen Mar, you have a vested interest in making war between USA and North Korea look inevitable. Your handler has told you to make posts in this line for approval of payments of 50 cents for your effort.

Apart from your lust for 50 cents, you act as an agent provocateur in the hope that a war between North Korea and USA will let the CCP dictatorship in Beijing watch the fun from the sidelines and leave PRC as the superpower of consequence after North Korea and USA do enough harm to each other.

No, Yale Guen Mar, war between North Korea and USA is not inevitable in spite of your efforts to keep the drum of war beating incessantly on the newsgroup.

Yale Guen Mar, what truly look inevitable is that you'll depart from this earth without ever getting toilet trained.

Even Luca is now toilet trained. But you are not. Your sphincter muscles never developed enough to give you control over your asshole. You have lived in diapers all your life. And now a cork inserted in your asshole will do well to minimize the risk of spillage through your over-soiled diaper.

Yale Guen Mar, even at 79, you are yet to grow up. Your age belies your maturity (or lack thereof).

Even little Luca is now toilet trained. You are not and never will be.

Yale Guen Mar, were you really surprised when Luca wanted to know if you'll ever get toilet trained?

Luca no longer needs diapers. But you do.

Is it any surprise that Valentina and Luca start giggling whenever they hear of you?

So, Yale Guen Mar, are you surprised that Valentina and Luca start giggling at the very mention of your accursed name?

Yale Guen Mar, How dare you try to potty-train Luca on skype. Luca is already potty trained but you are not and never will be.

Luca no longer needs diapers. But you do, Yale Guen Mar. And you'll continue to need diapers till your dying day.

BTW, Yale Guen Mar, why don't you write an autobiography to make money from your life of shame?

Talk to Mr. Lee, your Hmong neighbor on your left. He had been in the publishing business for more than two dozen years. Perhaps he'll help you to get the story of your shameful life published.

Mr. Lee had been in the publishing business for over two decades. I am sure he is capable of lending a helping hand to Yale Guen Mar if the latter wants to publish an account of his wasted life.

But, of course, Mr. Lee might demand a price for helping Yale Guen Mar with the writing and publication of the autobiography.

Firstly, Yale Guen Mar will have to stop shitting in Mr. Lee's taro patch.

Secondly, Yale Guen Mar should seriously consider accepting the offer of all his Hmong neighbors for financing his trip to Cambodia for alternate medical treatment of his STD-scarred middle fingers.

Most importantly, Yale Guen Mar should promise never to come back to Merced, CA or even to USA for that matter from Cambodia.

Valentina and her brother Luca are lucky to have May Fung and the Buonamicis around.

Yale Guen Mar, you can blame no one but yourself if the Buonamicis are determined to shield Valentina and her brother Luca from the one that exposed himself on skype under the ruse of give potty training to Valentina.

And now, Yale Guen Mar, skype contacts with Valentina and her brother Luca are off limits for you without adult supervision. And very rightly so,

Yale Guen Mar, when Valentina's brother Luca was born recently, you were told that you cannot come to Boston because all flights in America have been canceled because of unseasonal snow storms in the month of May !!

Yuhua Luo hasn't helped matters by bringing to the attention of the Buonamicis your shenanigans with Judah.

May Fung, in the mean time, enjoys ready access to Valentina and her brother and unlimited quality time with them.

And so does Dr. Roberto Buonamici.

Yale Guen Mar, can't you be a responsible adult like May Fung and Roberto Buonamici?

Is it any wonder that Roberto Buonamici goes nuclear at the very mention of your name. He has threatened to sodomize you with a nuclear fuel rod.

Carlton left his two dogs with Yale Guen Mar in Merced as he and family had a great Thanksgiving feast in Fremont. Yuhua Luo joined Carlton at the Tahnksgiving feast and so did Carlton's biological father from China.

Yale Guen Mar, aren'y you glad your 11 lb turkey found a taker (nay, two takers) this year. You won'y have to eat it through 2015. But it is a pity that the two dogs refused to share the turkey with you.

In the meantime in Boston, Brenton too had a grand Thanksgiving feast at his home. May Fung and Roberto Buonamici joined Brenton and his family.

BTW, Yale Guen Mar, behave decently in the presence of Luca. Don't even dream of doing a Judah on him. Silvia will not stand for it. You will be consigned to the dog house for the rest of your miserable life.

And, yes, Luca will soon get toilet trained. But don't jump the gun in potty training him. Remember how Silvia was appalled that you had exposed yourself to Valentina on skype under the pretext of giving her potty training?

Act like a decent man for a change. Or else, you'll no more enjoy privileges of skyping with Luca and Valentina.
Leper
2017-10-12 06:24:44 UTC
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Post by lo yeeOn
This year's 10/10 Korean Workers' Party Foundation Day is over. North
Korea is like Bugsbunny who wouldn't take the bait of Uncle Sam. They
didn't perform any test worth mentioning by the western media.
And you are an asslicker looking for N. Korean ass to lick.
Post by lo yeeOn
In other words, they didn't provoke --- as the current administration
would like to characterize a missile test launch as such.
What the Hell did you think they were doing...Inviting us to dinner?
Post by lo yeeOn
Still, US strategic bombers reportedly led its "allies" on yet another
show_of_force running over the Korean peninsula.
So what? They did not violate anyone's air space. Is it now illegal to
fly outside of ones own country?
Post by lo yeeOn
But hey, if we get closer and roll up our sleeves and show our
Schwarzenegger-sized arms, maybe that will rattle the rocket man and
provoke his regime to do something.
The fat smug SOB is now threatening America, Japan, Okinawa, Guam,
Australia with Nuclear holocaust. I say nuke the SOB and save us all.
If China wants a piece of us after...So Mote It Be!

And bang --- we have the alibi to
Post by lo yeeOn
start bombing the hell out of their country. At least that was the
logic behind Uncle Sam's latest show of force run.
No..It was the age old tactic of out shouting the adversary in order to
end it with everyone returning to base after. No real shots fired.
Post by lo yeeOn
However, the North Koreans still weren't provoked.
Oh yeah they were. If they had the upper hand, we would be a smoking
ruins. Apparently his sister is wiser then he is and actually cares for
the N.Korean people.
Post by lo yeeOn
So Elmer Fudd is moving his nuclear subs into Korean waters. And that
will make our hapless midshipmates assigned to watch NK's every move
sweat even more.
You are an Idiot. We always have a boomer resting on the bottom and a
couple of Patrol Subs guarding International trade routes. You can thank
us now or later...But in the meantime you treacherous cocksucker, bugger
off!
Post by lo yeeOn
"It feels like a race to see which will break down first the ship or
its crew," one sailor wrote.
Speaking of the demoralizing atmosphere set by a mentally sick
Commanding officer.
Post by lo yeeOn
"I just pray we never have to shoot down a missile from North Korea,
because then our ineffectiveness will really show," another response
read. (For more see below.)
Don't you believe it! If it becomes necessary to kill an unfriendly
missile..It will happen. Then I am going to look you up!
Post by lo yeeOn
lo yeeOn
US navy crews monitoring North Korea 'hate' their job, survey reveals
1:33pm Oct 11, 2017
http://www.9news.com.au/world/2017/10/11/13/30/us-navy-morale-issue
The US navy crews aboard missile cruisers tasked with monitoring North
Korea have described their job as a "floating prison" amid plummeting
levels of morale, a survey has revealed.
Stationed in Yokosuka, Japan.
Post by lo yeeOn
The crew aboard the USS Shiloh "hate" their job, complained about
being overworked and suggested the boat wasn't in good working order,
according to an anonymous Navy survey, the responses of which have
been detailed by the Navy Times.
There was no chain of Command and harsh punishment was given directly
from the Commanding officer for minor indiscretions such as soapingDecks
down with out protective gloves,
Post by lo yeeOn
"It feels like a race to see which will break down first the ship or
its crew," one sailor wrote.
Speaking of Commanding officer and not N. Korea.
Chief Petty Officers were not allowed to run their divisions.
Post by lo yeeOn
The complaints were raised in three surveys conducted between June
2017 and August this year during which time the ship was commanded by
Captain Adam M. Aycock.
According to the Navy Times, the Captain has not been fired.
Maybe you should read that again. He has been transferred to a desk
while charges are pending and this was a while back.
Post by lo yeeOn
"I just pray we never have to shoot down a missile from North Korea,
because then our ineffectiveness will really show," another response
read.
You are a lying sack of shit!
The Crew of the Shiloh had a Captain that thought he was the Captain of
the Bounty and micromanaged and used punishments for minor discretion's
that bordered on insanity. He treated officers, Petty officers and crews
with extreme disrespect. He had complaints going back a couple of years.
His superior office was canned a couple of weeks back for not doing
something about this. Didn't have a damned thing to do with North Korea.
Post by lo yeeOn
. . .
--
Machiavelli wrote:It is necessary for the state to deal in lies and half
truths,
because people are made up of lies and half truths. Even Princes.' And
certainly, by definition all Ambassadors and politicians
w***@yahoo.com.sg
2017-10-12 09:42:05 UTC
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Did North Korea's missiles violate anyone's airspace? The US takes space above 80km (50 miles) as outer space, and not any country's territorial space. US space shuttles flew across Canada at a height of about 80km without the US considering it necessary to seek Canada's permission.

Wakalukong
ltlee1
2017-10-12 13:12:06 UTC
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Post by lo yeeOn
This year's 10/10 Korean Workers' Party Foundation Day is over. North
Korea is like Bugsbunny who wouldn't take the bait of Uncle Sam. They
didn't perform any test worth mentioning by the western media.
In other words, they didn't provoke --- as the current administration
would like to characterize a missile test launch as such.
Still, US strategic bombers reportedly led its "allies" on yet another
show_of_force running over the Korean peninsula.
But hey, if we get closer and roll up our sleeves and show our
Schwarzenegger-sized arms, maybe that will rattle the rocket man and
provoke his regime to do something. And bang --- we have the alibi to
start bombing the hell out of their country. At least that was the
logic behind Uncle Sam's latest show of force run.
However, the North Koreans still weren't provoked.
So Elmer Fudd is moving his nuclear subs into Korean waters. And that
will make our hapless midshipmates assigned to watch NK's every move
sweat even more.
"It feels like a race to see which will break down first the ship or
its crew," one sailor wrote.
"I just pray we never have to shoot down a missile from North Korea,
because then our ineffectiveness will really show," another response
read. (For more see below.)
lo yeeOn
US navy crews monitoring North Korea 'hate' their job, survey reveals
1:33pm Oct 11, 2017
http://www.9news.com.au/world/2017/10/11/13/30/us-navy-morale-issue
The US navy crews aboard missile cruisers tasked with monitoring North
Korea have described their job as a "floating prison" amid plummeting
levels of morale, a survey has revealed.
The crew aboard the USS Shiloh "hate" their job, complained about
being overworked and suggested the boat wasn't in good working order,
according to an anonymous Navy survey, the responses of which have
been detailed by the Navy Times.
"It feels like a race to see which will break down first the ship or
its crew," one sailor wrote.
The complaints were raised in three surveys conducted between June
2017 and August this year during which time the ship was commanded by
Captain Adam M. Aycock.
According to the Navy Times, the Captain has not been fired.
"I just pray we never have to shoot down a missile from North Korea,
because then our ineffectiveness will really show," another response
read.
. . .
A revealing report:
"I just pray we never have to shoot down a missile from North Korea, because then our ineffectiveness will really show,"

Somehow the crew did not believe the ship was capable, technically or human performance wise, to shoot down a missile from North Korea. In short, the survey results a show of no confidence.

In some sense, the crew's sense of incapability/no confidence is not a total surprise. There is also a gap between military and the political elites. Military elites who know their strength and weakness well are preparing for a post-primacy world per their reports such as "t Our Own Peril: DoD Risk Assessment in a Post-Primacy World."

Political elites have not yet considered and/or prepared for such an eventuality.
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