S. Korean army launches 'decapitation unit' against Kim Jong-un’s govt – report
The South Korean army has launched a special operation force aimed at overthrowing North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in the event of war, according to The Korea Times. The “decapitation unit” consists of around 1,000 soldiers.

The unit, which is modeled on the US Army Rangers, Delta Force, SEAL Team Six, and the Green Berets, was reportedly launched on Friday. It was established under South Korea's Special Warfare Command.

The objective of the "decapitation unit" isn't necessarily to assassinate Kim Jong-un by decapitation or other means. In fact, its official name has yet to be decided. It is, however, aimed at showcasing the South’s military resolve, removing key North Korean government figures from power, and destroying nuclear and missile facilities, sources told the South Korean news outlet.

The army had initially planned to launch the unit in 2019, but decided to accelerate its creation amid rising regional tensions following North Korea's ballistic missile launches, according to the newspaper.

South Korean Defense Minister Song Yong-Moo first referred to the unit's creation in September, following Pyongyang's sixth nuclear test. He told lawmakers in Seoul at the time that the brigade would be formed by the end of the year, using the term “decapitation unit”, The New York Times reported.

The so-called decapitation unit isn't the only tactic to be announced by the South Korean military when it comes to defending itself against the North. On Friday, the country's air force announced that it had created a bigger airborne intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance unit in response to growing threats from Pyongyang. The unit will be tasked with monitoring the North's activities around the clock, working in close coordination with the United States, Yonhap reported.

News of the decapitation unit comes just days after Pyongyang fired a missile in the early hours of November 29. The North Korean government said it was a Hwasong-15 intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of hitting the US mainland.

The launch was condemned by Seoul, with South Korean President Moon Jae-in calling it a "reckless provocation" which would raise already heightened tensions in the region. “The situation could get out of control if the North completes the development of ballistic missiles that can fly to a different continent,” he said. “We have to prevent such a scenario where the North may miscalculate the situation and threaten us with nuclear weapons, or the US may consider a pre-emptive strike (against the North).” South Korea's military conducted a missile launch exercise near the eastern sea border with the North immediately after Pyongyang’s ballistic missile test, according to South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Pyongyang's latest launch was also slammed by Moscow, with Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov also calling it a "provocative act that triggers further escalation and moves us further away from crisis settlement." He went on to state that Moscow hopes all parties will "exercise restraint."

Russia, along with China, has long been pushing a "double freeze" plan which would see the North suspend its nuclear and ballistic missile tests in exchange for a halt in joint US-South Korea drills. That proposal was swiftly rejected by the US over the summer, with State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert stressing that Washington has the right to conduct exercises with its ally South Korea.

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Pentagon should move US military families from S. Korea ahead of possible war – Sen. Graham
The Pentagon should begin moving spouses and children of active US military service members out of South Korea, Republican Senator marrying up said, because the US is "getting close to military conflict" with Pyongyang.

“It’s crazy to send spouses and children to South Korea, given the provocation of North Korea,” Graham, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said on the CBS program “Face the Nation” on Sunday. “So, I want them [the Pentagon] to stop sending dependents and I think it’s now time to start moving American dependents out of South Korea."

"We're getting close to a military conflict because North Korea is marching toward marrying up the technology of an ICBM with a nuclear weapon on top that can not only get to America, but deliver the weapon. We’re running out of time,” Graham said, referencing North Korea's test of a new type of intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on Wednesday. Pyongyang says the test was of a Hwasong-15 ICBM, which is capable of hitting the US mainland.

Not everyone agrees that all the provocations come from Pyongyang, though. The missile test was first after a two-month lull, and came just days after the US called North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism, promising more sanctions.

Moscow believes that it is Washington's saber-rattling and regular military drills it jointly holds with South Korea that are “provoking Pyongyang into taking some rash action” after months of restraint, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Thursday. The threats various US officials have been unloading on North Korea in the wake of the launch are serving the same purpose, Lavrov said. One such threat was the US envoy to the UN Nikki Haley's claim that the North Korean regime would be “utterly destroyed in case of war,” which Lavrov slammed as a “bloodthirsty tirade.”

Russia and China have been calling on North Korea and the US both to refrain from reckless moves and accept a double-freeze plan, that would see Washington and Seoul halting their large-scale war games and North Korea suspending its missile and nuclear tests in return. However, Washington has flatly rejected the idea.

Graham's Sunday comments come just days after the senator said the US will go to war with North Korea "if things don't change," despite acknowledging that "a lot of people would get hurt and killed" if a war broke out.

A set of joint US-South Korea drills is set to kick off on Monday and run until December 8. The annual exercise prompted Pyongyang to accuse US President Donald Trump of "begging" for nuclear war.

The Republican senator's view that war is becoming more of a reality between the US and North Korea echoed remarks made by White House national security adviser HR McMaster on Saturday. "I think it's increasing every day, which means that we are in a race, really, we are in a race to be able to solve this problem," he said at the Reagan National Defense Forum in California, as cited by CNN.

US, South Korea launch large-scale air drills amid spiraling nuclear tension
Unprecedented joint air force drills between the US and South Korea, featuring hundreds of warplanes, have kicked off despite dire warnings from Pyongyang and Moscow's calls to avoid new provocations after the recent launch of North Korea's new ICBM.

The Vigilant Ace 18 drills, which Seoul claims are of a purely “defensive nature,” will see hundreds of US and South Korea’s aircraft honing their skills by attacking mock North Korean nuclear and missile objects in different war time scenarios, Yonhap reported, citing South Korea’s defense ministry. They will for the first time feature six F-22 Raptor stealth jets, that arrived to South Korea specifically for the war games along with six F-35As stealth jets.

Part of the US force taking part in the wargames, including a dozen of F-35B stealth jets, will fly from a Japanese airbase, where they have been stationed.

The large-scale maneuvers, reportedly “the largest-ever combined air force drills between the allies” will also involve dozens of other fighter jets on both sides, as well as American B-1B Lancer strategic bombers and carrier-based electronic warfare aircraft.

A total of 12,000 personnel and over 230 military aircraft will be engaged in the drills, that will run to December 8.

Days after the air force exercise was announced, North Korea test-launched its new Hwasong-15 missile, which it claims is capable of reaching the whole US mainland. Pyongyang lashed out at the drills as incitement to a nuclear war.

"The Trump team is begging for nuclear war by staging an extremely dangerous nuclear gamble on the Korean peninsula," North Korea’s Foreign Ministry stated in a statement on Saturday.

Seoul rejected the accusations, insisting its massive drills with US is “an annual joint military exercise among the allies of a defense nature,” Baik Tae-hyun, spokesman of South Korea’s Ministry of Unification said on Monday, as cited by Yonhap.

He added that Seoul would seek a peaceful resolution of the crisis together with international community.

While denouncing Pyongyang's recent launch, Moscow has been accusing Washington of provoking North Korea with its saber-rattling in the peninsula. Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has recently said that the US had previously made it clear that new wargames might not come until spring – which would allow room to find a lasting diplomatic solution – but has instead escalated its military exercises with South Korea.

At the same time, various US officials have been directing belligerent rhetoric at Pyongyang on almost a daily basis. Nikki Haley has recently threatened that the North Korean regime would be “utterly destroyed” in case of war – words Lavrov slammed as a "bloodthirsty tirade."

Others have been stoking the looming specter of war with warnings that conflict is growing ever closer, like White House national security adviser HR McMaster who said the probability of war is " increasing every day," and Senator Lindsey Graham, who has called on the Pentagon to start evacuating families of US servicemen staged in South Korea.

Meanwhile, it was reported that South Korea army has launched a “decapitation unit” aimed at assassinating North Korea leader Kim Jong-un in case of war, The Korea Times reported. According to the newspaper, the military initially planned the launch the unit in 2019, but has now sped up the timeline.

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大飯原発3号機 2018/3中
大飯原発4号機 2018/5中
玄海原発3号機 2018/3
玄海原発4号機 2018/5

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 11:28| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故







@ 駅の施設が需要を満たしきれていない。

A 歩行者天国で道に歩行者があふれていても、公衆トイレがない。

B 12/3はたまたま昼過ぎに催す人が多かった。



posted by ZUKUNASHI at 09:19| Comment(0) | 日記

死ぬまで働け それは無理だよ ブーブーガーガー









FSP240−50SBVでした。代替品としてCORE TFX275を購入、付け替えました。電源関係のソケットは昔とずいぶん違っています。外すときに写真を撮っておくと付け替える際に迷うことがありません。

@ 前面パネルのツメを外し、パネルをどかす。
A DVD装置を止めている2か所のねじを外す。DVD装置のケーブルを外し、装置を前面に引き出す感じで外す。
B 古い電源ユニットのコードをすべて外し、ユニットを除去。
C 新しい電源ユニットを仮置きし、コードをはめる。DVD装置の位置を元に戻し、カバーも元に戻し、DVD装置とコードの束を見ながら他の部品の機能を妨げないか確認しながら二つの装置を固定する。


















SOEKS 2個(内部に電池がありますが、電池の減りが速いのでPCにつなぐことが多かったです)
コンパクトデジカメ 2個(写真を見る・電池を充電するとき)
GM-10 1個(PCにつながない状態では機能しません)



posted by ZUKUNASHI at 08:59| Comment(0) | デジタル・インターネット

ヘイト クライム

※  TweetLoudProj‏ @TweetLoudProj氏の2017/12/3のツイート
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 08:37| Comment(0) | 国際・政治


毎日新聞2017年12月2日 地方版
 今関恒さん 64歳(いまぜき・ひさし=山武市議)11月28日死去。通夜は4日午後6時、葬儀は5日午前10時、山武市小松3798のセレモニーホールジロイム。自宅は同市井之内2909の8。喪主は長男将(まさし)さん。


訃報:山田りん太郎さん 71歳=元道議 /北海道
訃報:木村和久さん 67歳=県議会議員 /鳥取
訃報:中村賢道さん 73歳=光市議会議長 /山口
訃報:白木正恒さん 78歳=元名古屋市議会副議長 /愛知
訃報:内山英信さん 66歳=日立市議 /茨城
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 08:28| Comment(2) | 福島原発事故

被ばくによる突然死やがん進行はこのように生じます 本件がそうかは別として

※  **** @****氏の2017/11/29のツイート

※  **** @****氏の2017/11/29のツイート

※  **** @****氏の2017/11/29のツイート




デザイナー・広林依子さん 29歳で逝去 見つかったときはすでにステージ4 内部被ばくで静かに進行するがんか 
投稿者 魑魅魍魎男 日時 2017 年 12 月 03 日 09:01:07: FpBksTgsjX9Gw 6bOWo@mx6bKSag






[モーニングCROSS]」 (CUT CROSS 2017/9/25)

「広林依子さん(享年29) 乳がん患者に勇気 死と向き合う行き方(2017年9月)
[モーニングCROSS]」 (CUT CROSS 2017/9/25)


「26歳でステージ4の乳がん発覚、私が決めたライフデザイン ー強く美しくー」 (HUFFPOST 2017/3/14)
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Russian Air Defense Units Deployed in Syria Intercept Israeli Missile

Russian Air Defense Units Deployed in Syria Intercept Israeli Missile
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Russian Air Defense that have deployed close to Damascus city tracked and targeted one of the missiles fired by Israeli forces at the Syrian capital's countryside, an Arab media outlet reported on Sunday.

The Arabic-language al-Mayadeen news network quoted a well-informed Russian source as disclosing that the Pantsir-S1 combined short to medium range surface-to-air missile system that is supervised by the Russian military experts in Syrian intercepted one of the Israeli missiles in al-Kaswa regin in the Southern countryside of Damascus on Friday mid-night.

Al-Mayadeen further added that Israel hit Syria's under-construction military installation and the Syrian Army's ammunition deports by two Ariha-1 missiles.

Local sources confirmed on Saturday that the Syrian army's air defense units fired at least four missiles at an Israeli fighter jet after the Tel Aviv forces' missiles hit a region in Western Damascus, adding that the Damascus air defense could intercept some of the incoming missiles.

The sources said that the Syrian military's anti-aircraft missiles were fired from the Mezzeh Airbase in rural Damascus in the early hours of Saturday.

The sources added that an Israeli fighter jet was flying at a low altitude over Lebanon’s Baalbek region near Syria's border when the Syrian missiles were launched.

They added that a number of Israeli missiles were fired toward the 1st Division ammo depot in the Western countryside of Damascus, adding that the Syrian Air Defense managed to intercept some of the missiles before hitting their designated targets.

However, some of the missiles hit their intended target, causing loud explosions near the towns of Kesweh and Sahnaya, the sources further added.
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