SKorea’s US Navy Seal Team Six Trained Kill Unit Instills Fear in NKorea’s Leader
South Korea has assembled a “decapitation unit” in its military in a threat to NKorean leader Kim Jung Un and his Top aides as they escalate a nuclear missile program.
SKorean defense minister, Song Young-moo, told lawmakers a Special Forces Brigade known as Spartan 3000, which he described as a “decapitation unit” will established an ready by the end of this year.
Though there was no announcement it would target the NKorean leader, but the Kill Brigade recalls a Commando unit in the 1960’s that conducted a failed assassination attempt aimed at Kim’s grandfather, Kim Il Sung.
“The best deterrence we can have, next to having our own nukes, is to make Kim Jong Un fear for his life,” Shin Won-sik, a 3-Star general who was the SKorean military’s Top operational strategist before he retired in Y 2015.
The measure has raised questions about whether SKorea and the United States are laying the groundwork to kill or incapacitate Kim and aides before they can order a nuclear attack.
“We can now build ballistic missiles that can slam through deep underground bunkers where Kim Jong Un would be hiding,” General Shin said, referring to President Donald Trump’s agreement that would allow SKorea to build more powerful ballistic missiles.
“The idea is how we can instill the kind of fear a nuclear weapon would, but do so without a nuke. In the medieval system like North Korea, Kim Jong Un’s life is as valuable as hundreds of thousands of ordinary people whose lives would be threatened in a nuclear attack.”
As word of SKorea’s new assassination plans has spread, Kim has used his deputies’ cars as decoys to move from place to place.
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