Fears Myanmar buying missiles from North Korea

http://www.smh.com.au/world/fears-myanmar-buying-missiles-from-north-korea-raise-canberra-s-alarm-20180205-p4yzgz.html

The Turnbull government has criticised Myanmar over reports the south-east Asia country has been receiving ballistic missile system technology and weapons from North Korea.

A spokesperson for the Department of Foreign Affairs told Fairfax Media it is “concerned” by the reports and condemns North Korea’s illicit weapons program “in the strongest possible terms”.

But the spokesperson said there are no plans to cut the Australian Defence Force’s training and other support for Myanmar’s military.

A confidential report by independent United Nations monitors, leaked to journalists in Washington, revealed North Korea violated UN sanctions to earn US$200 million last year, including by supplying weapons to Myanmar and Syria.

The report suggested Myanmar, which is accused of the ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims, has been seeking items that are controlled by nuclear and other major weapon proliferation agreements.

In a 213-page report the UN monitors said one country, which they did not identify, reported it had evidence that Myanmar received ballistic missile systems from North Korea, along with conventional weapons, including multiple rocket launchers and surface-to-air missiles in 2017.

Security analysts see Myanmar’s military ties with North Korea as one of the serious security concerns in Australia’s nearest region.

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not sure if we can believe this..the source?

“Department of Foreign Affairs told Fairfax Media it is “concerned” by the reports”

reports from who?

“A confidential report by independent United Nations monitors, leaked to journalists in Washington”

oh..anonymous leaks..sounds legit then..

“In a 213-page report the UN monitors said one country, which they did not identify, reported it had evidence that Myanmar received ballistic missile systems

anyone want to guess the country? 🙂

401

~ by seeker401 on February 8, 2018.

10 Responses to “Fears Myanmar buying missiles from North Korea”

  1. Maybe they did, or maybe there are chemical weapons in Iraq.

  2. Rohingyahs for sweden

  3. thoughts? I have heard of him being talked about here before.
    file:///C:/Users/Owner/AppData/Local/Packages/Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe/TempState/Downloads/Q_s_posts_-_CBTS_-_3.9.0.pdf

    • link dead mate..

      • https://anonfile.com/Ublapeddb7/Q_s_posts_-_CBTS_-_3.9.0.pdf

        Maybe this will work. No need to sign up. Just click on the download.

        • ahh yes..the Q thingy..its all over twitter on tag #Qanon..not sure what to make of it..

          • Q is feeding the contemporary mythology. Social media trends are more believable. The msm is easily known to be controlled. Yet that does not mean social media trends are engineering a perspective for the better for the masses, either. The Q is leading people in a direction, but that direction does not necessarily mean it is any better than the Clinton’s, owls, and antlers.

            I will say this. For me, the gospel is the only way. I have not read the gospel in the Q comments, and I am over half-way through. I will probably not read the gospel in the comments. That tells me everything I need to know about what is being instructed, and given as meaningful. So just like anything else. It may inform our sense of news and current events, but that is it, imo. Q, real or not, is just another circumstance of contemporary mythology.

  4. The pdf is full of Q comments.

    This was mentioned (they invest in SpaceX, Playboy, Twitter, etc):
    http://www.rizvitraverse.com/

  5. I put it in this article, because North Korea is one of the main topics.

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