US Navy Seals “Who Killed Bin Laden” training Kim ‘assassination’ squad

THE TIMES Reports:

US Navy Seals training Kim ‘assassination’ squad

“South Korean commandos will work with the US Navy Seals who killed Osama bin Laden to create a special unit to assassinate Kim Jong-un in the event of war.
The announcement coincides with a decision by the US to waive restrictions on the size and range of South Korean ballistic missiles, allowing it to develop its own independent capacity to drop bunker-busting bombs on the underground headquarters of the North Korean leadership in Pyongyang.”

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I won’t bore you with the rest of the item. Firstly, since they’ve just announced this to the world, it rather takes away the element of surprise, yes?

Secondly, are we going to get some lame story about how they found Kim hiding out in a cardboard box, “and he came out with all guns blazing…no….hang on, he opened the door with a hostage and…no, he just poked his face out the door and we shot him…oh, ya know, the “fog of war” and all that, but anyhow we dumped his body at sea in accordance with North Korean tradition…..”

Martin Harris

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