B.I. “Probably”

B.I. “Probably”

probably couldn’t nuke – Business Insider

[reference article below]


Probably“!?!, Probably“!?!

One more time just to clear the shock out of my head.

Probably“!?!, Probably“!?!, Probably“!?!

Business Insider, part of Amazon’s Mr. Jeff Bezos portfolio, is always good for a liberal laugh at.

When it comes to nukes, reminder, nuclear bombs, mega-destruction, where getting even close to a target is rendered meaningless.

Or how about landing in the ocean and vomiting out all that nuclear fallout on the fishes? Business Insider ever heard of the food chain?

Tell you what Business Insider, you move your headquarters to Guam then talk to us about “probably.” While we are at it let’s talk about how 9/11 “probably” couldn’t happen.

Goodness, while you write this snowflake “probably” nonsense mega-god Kim Jong-un could putt-putt one of his subs off the coast of Guam, then paddle a rubber raft, granted a big raft with a nuke on board and set it off from there. All siimply because no one was watching because it “probably” couldn’t happen.

Or, how about Kim Jong-un launches and gets close to the Fukushima power plant melt down waste material with the result being nuclear waste in the ocean and air. While Business Insider is busy paralyzing President Trump’s common-sense law and order dictator Kim Jong-un “probably” will do no harm. Oh yea, besides the wholesale torture, liquidation and slow self-suffocating dictatorship of a his nation.

Every prudent man acts out of knowledge, but a fool exposes his folly. (Proverbs 13:16)


Note the word “may” in the quote section below.

Typical of politicians who keep talking until the nuke has actually ignited something somewhere.

  • A prudent man sees danger and takes refuge, but the simple keep going and suffer for it. (Proverbs 22:3)


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Wednesday, August 9, 2017


Article Reference

(businessinsider.com)—North Korea probably couldn’t nuke the US military in Guam even if it tried


When North Korea tested its intercontinental Hwasong-14 missile on July 4, the US was aware 70 minutes ahead of time, according to the Diplomat. After North Korea issues a warning like the one it did Tuesday, the US would be even more on guard and may intervene if it spotted North Korea preparing a launch.