South Korea is planning for all-out war and the decapitation of the Kim regime

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South Korean President Moon Jae In has reportedly pushed for a new plan for a rapid war with North Korea and an overhaul of the country's defence industry to overwhelm and crush the Kim regime, South Korean newspaper the Chosun Ilbo reported Tuesday.

Moon's Defence Ministry briefed the president on an "aggressive wartime action plan led by our military," according to sources from Cheong Wa Dae, the South Korean-equivalent of the White House.

Moon Jae In took office in May promising to attempt to engage diplomatically with North Korea and seek peace, but in the months since, Kim Jong Un's regime has provoked the international community with missile tests at a blistering pace.

For some time, South Korea has been training a "decapitation force," reportedly with the help of the US Navy's SEAL Team 6, but now an increasingly bold North Korea may demand quicker action.

South Korea's new plan identifies more than 1,000 individual targets for precision missile fires and sites for marines to drop in and quickly kill Kim, the paper reported.

The plan represents a more independent version of South Korea's current plan which relies on support from US aircraft carriers. As it stands, no major military commander recommends military action against North Korea, which has a staggering array of conventional, and potentially nuclear weapons pointed at Seoul, where 26 million call home.

But South Korea's new plan to quickly and decisively dominate the North relies on reforming the defence acquisition process and cutting out wasteful spending to wield the full might of South Korea's economic dominance against Pyongyang. For that reason, don't expect the plan to take effect any time soon.


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