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Subject: North Korea
Miles19    9/9/2013 1:32:51 PM
I am not trying to be realistic, but lets say that hypothetically that a county or multiple country's were to be able to get a small group of agents or special forces into North Korea. But instead of going after military targets/ installations, VIP, or government workers,they were to try and setup a revolution. This is assuming that the populous is not as fanatical as we all think, but instead just scared less of their government, due to the fact that over the coarse of 60+ years the NK government has killed, tortured,or worse imprisoned people in labor camps that have apposed them. I want to know how this might play out and if this might be feasible if at all.
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blooper       9/9/2013 8:01:45 PM

I'm not sure that fanatical is the right word for the majority, it's all they know, they see family members as competitors for food.
It would take a heck of an epiphany to break that kind of control and conditioning.
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WarNerd       9/10/2013 3:37:21 AM
Movement of the population is strictly controlled, and the North Korean intelligence and counter spy organizations are so ready for this.
Chance of success -- too minuscule to estimate.  Virtually a pointless suicide mission.
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