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PostPosted: Tue Mar 10, 2009 12:44 am    Post subject: North Korea Goes "Bang" Kim Jong Il Reply with quote

North Korea prepares for war with United States and South Korea
The USA and South Korea launched their large-scale joint military exercise on the south of the Korean Peninsula. North Korea qualified the event as war preparations and set its army on full alert.
http://english.pravda.ru/hotspots/conflicts/09-03-2009/107205-north_ko rea-0
Over 26,000 US military men participate in the Key Resolve and Foal Eagle military drills. Over 12,000 of them were assigned from the US military contingent in the south of the Korean Peninsula; the rest arrived from abroad. South Korea provided several tens of thousands of servicemen for the drill. Nuclear-powered aircraft John C. Stennis and other navy ships will participate in the exercise.
The allied command informed North Korea about the time of the maneuvers that would end on March 20, as well as about the defensive nature of the drills that were held to strengthen the combat readiness of the troops.
In the meantime, North Korean officials described the drills between the United States and South Korea as a disguised events the goal of which was to prepare for an aggression. North Korea is currently working on the launch of its Kwangmyungsung-2 satellite, although experts say that the nation is going to test a ballistic missile that could be capable of reaching the US territory.
A chief military official of the Korean People’s Army warned the United States, South Korea and Japan that any attempts to intercept the launch of the NKorean satellite would immediately result in a counterstrike......

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 18, 2009 2:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

wow thats Gabba from Johnny Violent circa 1995
Found on CD Corporate Rock Wars and now just entering my CD player Laughing

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 14, 2009 9:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yo! Disco

Korea is the place predicted for the flashpoint of the next world war.

N. Korea orders IAEA inspectors to leave
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World War 3 Timeline

These are, I believe, the stages of the planned Third World War:

* Prelude - The events leading up to the start of World War Three, including Sept 11, 2001.
* Act 1 - The Middle East. Widespread conflict to bring the entire region into the flames of war, possibly triggered by Iran or militants in Pakistan using North Korean supplied nuclear arms. The first Scene in this Act is the US Invasion of Iraq on March 20, 2003.
* Act 2 - Israel at War -- Against her Arab neighbors, possibly Palestine. A Palestinian State will be established, so that all Israelis will be fully separated from Palestinians (listen out for mention of a 7-year treaty to be confirmed by a World Leader - probably Bush), only for Israel to viciously attack Palestine shortly thereafter.
* Act 3 - Far East -- "Hair-raising nuclear confrontation that threatens mankind's existence" - Peter Lemesurier, author of The Armageddon Script, p. 223, written in 1981. Includes China invading Taiwan and a nuclear eruption on the Korean Peninsula.
* Act 4 - Erosion of Confidence in 'The System' so severe citizens will be panicked into giving up liberties and Constitutional form of government. The plan calls for the dissolution of the US Constitution, triggered by a significant enough 'terrorist' attack. The ultimate intent is to introduce a global government and one-world religion.
* Act 5 - The collapse of the US, and other Western economies and morals.
* Act 6 - Significant population reduction using natural and man-made disasters.
* Curtain. Who can tell how this war will end?

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 15, 2009 11:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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* Act 5 - The collapse of the US, and other Western economies and morals.


What economy? What morals? All is illusion since the 'moneylenders moved back into the temple'.

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Gibbons listed five basic reasons that the enormous Roman Empire was destroyed:

1.

The dramatic increase of divorce undermined the institution of the family.
2.

The imposition of higher taxes undermined the economic stability and vitality of the Empire. Taxes were raised to pay for deficit government spending, to pay for food for all in society and to pay for government-sponsored activities of diversion, such as circuses and sports. Interestingly, as the time of the final collapse drew closer, greater emphasis was placed on sports, to divert the attention of the public from the distressing news of massive trouble within the Empire.
3.

The drive for personal pleasure had become very intense, even to the point of obsession. Gibbons noted that, at the very end, sports had become more exciting and brutal.
4.

People lost their faith, both religiously and in their government. Paganism gave way to Christianity and the efficient Roman Government gave way to chaos and disintegration.
5.

Hidden conspirators were working within the government to secretly destroy it. They worked quietly, invisibly and deceitfully; during the entire time they were secretly dismantling the government of the Roman Empire, they publicly proclaimed their unswerving support of it.

Recognize any of the above 5 points occurring in Western societies today?


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Both Biblical prophecy and the Illuminati plan state that Israel is the key. The Third World War is planned to begin when Israel goes to war against her Arab enemies. Then, and only then, will all the other elements begin to occur and they will do so in rapid succession. The plan is to have one disaster following another in such rapid succession that, before people can mentally and emotionally handle one disastrous news event, they will be hit with another. It is also accurate to say that until ALL of the elements for WW3 are in place, the plan will not commence.

from http://www.threeworldwars.com/world-war-3/ww3-51.htm
Interesting site, thanks TG

D_D, sounds like Johnny Violent could conduct the entire war just with kick'n'snare ;-)

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 15, 2009 1:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

lol at Johny Violent comment
How many know that Washington starved the N.Korean Millions not Kim Yong Il? Apparently by freezing a shipment of Rice. Sound familiar to Iraq Sactions anyone? Go check it out!
Food and Money Wars probably have worse side effects than standing armies Mad
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PostPosted: Wed May 27, 2009 9:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

North Korea threatens attack on South
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Pyonyang was already facing internationals after the nuclear test at the weekend but this unequivocal act of war is being seen as a major escalation in the North's international relations.

The threat is thought to have been provoked after Seoul joined a US-led initiative to check vessels suspected of carrying nuclear equipment.

A North Korean army spokesman also said the country was not obliged to maintain the armistice signed at the end of the 1950-53 Korean War because Washington had ignored its responsibility as a signatory by drawing South Korea into its naval initiative.

The threat comes after South Korean media reported that Pyongyang had restarted the Yongbyon plant that makes weapons-grade plutonium.

A spokesman for the North's army said: "Any hostile act against our peaceful vessels including search and seizure will be considered an unpardonable infringement on our sovereignty and we will immediately respond with a powerful military strike."

South Korea had confirmed it was joining the naval exercise, called the Proliferation Security Initiative.

Pyongyang also appeared to have fired a third short-range missile after it added to tensions with a launch of two others.
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/4/20090527/twl-north-korea-threatens-attack-o n-sout-41f21e0.html

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PostPosted: Wed May 27, 2009 11:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The US, NATO and Israelis expansionist war crimes have created a global Strategy Of Tension.

They are rubbing their hands and waiting for the first independent nation to punch them back.

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PostPosted: Fri May 29, 2009 5:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Take deep breath; hold nose; jump in...?

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FULFORD: The Bush/Clinton Crime Family Puppet State of North Korea Ordered to Create Tension

May 27, 2009

The Bush Clinton crime family puppet state of North Korea ordered to create tension

The desperate cornered rats of the Bush/Clinton crime family have ordered their North Korean puppet state to create tension in North Asia. Unconfirmed reports say the current North Korean psy-ops started after dictator Kim Jong Il was neutralized with a stroke inducing poison by a Western prostitute sent to service him. Since then North Korea has been firing missiles and announcing nuclear tests and doing whatever it can to create tension.

In a related development former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun was killed by pro-Japanese politicians, according to North Korean sources. The death was revenge for Roh’s investigation and exposure of many prominent South Koreans who cooperated with the Japanese and then US occupation governments. This faction of traitors, now back in power, got their revenge. They have also provoked North Korea by cutting off financial aid as they play their part in the big fake campaign to manufacture an artificial crisis in the Korean peninsula.

Meanwhile, the North Korean network of religious cults in Japan is stepping up their campaign of gang stalking of Japanese dissidents. So far, we have been hoping the North Korean religious cults operating in Japan will stop working for the Bush Clinton crime family but, if they do not reform their ways THERE WILL BE CONSEQUENCES.

For now we will say just this: the Sarin gas that was used in the Tokyo subway attacks was manufactured in North Korea, according to a former Aum religious cult member. The Aum factory was merely producing amphetamines that were sold to a prominent gangster closely associated with the head of the North Korean cult in Japan.

Korean tension is not going to affect the results of the up-coming Japanese elections. Yukio Hatoyama, the head of the Democratic Party of Japan and likely winner of the July election made it a point recently to appear at a 911 truth conference. So Mr. cult leader, you know which way the wind is blowing

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PostPosted: Fri May 29, 2009 5:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

and right out of Peter Lemesurier's Armageddon Script we have a possible FBI take promulgated via Hal Turner:-

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North Korea to be attacked;
U.S. Nuclear first strike "likely"
Washington, DC (TRN) -- North Korea yesterday withdrew from the Armistice that halted the Korean War. Today, official Washington is abuzz with not so secret "Top Secret" plans for the United States to make a limited nuclear first strike to wipe out the North Korean threat in one fell swoop.

Russia has been alerted to "make plans" for radiation fallout in its eastern border area.

In consultations with China, the U.S. Ambassador to Beijing was said to be stunned when he was told by the Chinese government "Kim Jung Il is out of control and dangerous. He has become a serious liability for China. Do what must be done, but please do it in a manner that minimizes risk to China."

China was then briefed about US plans and asked to prepare its southern population areas for radiation fallout. It is expected that prevailing weather patterns will disperse fallout over the sea, causing it to thin out dramatically before moving over land.

Worst development since World War 2

Our source in the State Department explained today why this situation got so bad, so fast. "The Korean War legally never ended." he said. "There is no peace treaty, there is only an Armistice, a formal cease-fire. When North Korea officially withdrew from the Armistice yesterday, it automatically brought us back into a hot war. "he continued.

Speaking on condition of anonymity because he is not authorized to speak to the media, the high ranking state department source told Turner Radio Network (TRN):

"Of all the scenarios involving North Korea, withdrawing from the Armistice was the one thing we thought they never would do. Since the War, everyone has known that withdrawing from the Armistice means the cease-fire is over. Today, that cease fire is over; we are back at war with North Korea and this time, the outcome will not be negotiated. Withdrawing from the Armistice was the last mistake North Korea will ever make. Their leadership must surrender now or they are nothing more than dead men walking. It's over for them" he finished.

Pentagon: Nuclear first strike "Likely"

Early in the evening on Tuesday, President Barack Obama gave permission for the US Military to airlift "Patriot Missile Air Defense" systems to South Korea and additional units to bolster 16 systems already in Japan. Those systems were airborne hours later and arrived in South Korea and Japan today.

The model of Patriot Missile systems sent is "PAC-3" and they were accompanied by M-901 control stations and AN/MPQ-53 phased array radar.

Sources with acute knowledge of the plans for North Korea have confirmed to TRN that a US nuclear first strike is going to be launched.

The first strike will be carried out through submarine-launched, BGM-109 Tomahawk cruise missiles, model TLAM/A whose explosive payload can be "dialed" to be anywhere from 100 kilotons to one point five megatons nuclear yield per missile.

There will be no warning. North Korea will not be able to track the incoming cruise missiles via radar. The only way they will know the attack is taking place is when they see a blinding white flash as the temperature rises to ten thousand degrees and the wind gusts to 650 miles per hour.

North Korean troops along the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) will be hit first to prevent them from invading south Korea. Multiple cruise missiles using Time of Arrival (TOA) control will detonate simultaneously along the DMZ, wiping out over one million North Korean troops in seconds.

Minutes later, after the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) confirms that the North Korean leadership has been told by their own command structure that their troops at the DMZ have all been killed, Kim Jung Il will be contacted and asked if he is willing to surrender. It is expected he will not.

At that point, a B-2 Stealth Bomber will be sent in to deliver the final blow. Pyongyang will be hit with a surface detonation of a massive nuclear bomb, wiping out the entire city and the entire government of North Korea.

As soon as that surface detonation takes place, several hundred additional cruise missiles carrying conventional payloads and launched from land, air and sea sites, will hit every North Korean military facility in the entire country, instantly crippling their entire command and control system. Carrier based Aircraft will then fly in to clean up whatever resistance remains.

It is expected the war will be over within one or two days. Korea will be reunited. It's Capitol will be Seoul and its government will be democratically elected.

One strike, two purposes

This difficult decision to make a nuclear first strike was arrived at because the threat of North Korea invading South Korea once hostilities resume was too great a danger to world stability. The world does not need or want another large, lengthy war.

The decision to use a nuclear first strike serves another purpose as well: sending a clear message to countries like Pakistan, India and Iran about what they can expect if they continue traveling down the nuclear road.

The thinking in Washington, Beijing and Moscow is that the world needs to send this message and there will not be a better reason or better time to send it than now.


http://turnerradionetwork.blogspot.com/2009/05/north-korea-to-be-attac ked-us-nuclear.html

Is it just me or is there a synchronicity here coupled with ongoing 9/11 & Bilderberg revelations? Seems every time a new nail is driven into 'their' coffin, 'they' respond with further violence and threats thereof. If this is truly the case, 'their' lack of wisdom is indeed terminal.

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PostPosted: Sat May 30, 2009 3:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20090529/pl_nm/us_korea_north_results_1

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Fri May 29, 1:00 pm ET

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Initial U.S. testing to determine whether North Korea fired a nuclear device on Monday proved "inconclusive," said a U.S. official on Friday.

"The first test results came in inconclusive. They did not find anything that could confirm a nuclear device was detonated," said the U.S. official, who declined to be named.

(Reporting by Sue Pleming)


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2009 5:14 am    Post subject: Ron Paul vid on North Korea Reply with quote

Snr Ron Paul gives his view on the current North korean Bomb crisis

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Sorry I don't know how to show this on screen!
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2009 9:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You just have to dig out the vital bit from all that gooogle stuff and surround it with 'youtube' tags. Well, it usually works...

[youtube]www.youtube.com/v/XDTu-JBDlzs[/youtube]

Why isn't Ron Paul POTUS? He should be, as the only clear thinking Constitutionalist left in the Republican party. Just goes to show it isn't what you know it's who you know - and he doesn't 'know' any Zionists...

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2009 2:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Thermate,

I'll pretend understand what you have just written to me, next time I'll just provide a link, until then i'll spend time hiding in a darkened room with some kind person holding my hand and taking me through all this impressive technology business.

I have to agree with Snr Ron though, he is a good thinker.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 05, 2009 4:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

LOL - it's a minefield, for sure. You note my attempt didn't work anyway - this time.

A heads up on Hal Turner - apparently he was arrested a couple of days ago. Whether in relation to the above inflammatory claim of pre-emptive strike or not, I don't know - yet.

http://www.fourwinds10.com/siterun_data/peace_freedom/patriots_and_pro testers/news.php?q=1244135257

Re Ron Paul; yes, he is increasingly impressive and increasingly outspoken. Perhaps one day americans will be allowed to listen to him without a constant counter-barrage from the Shorn O'Sanity mob...

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Thermate911 wrote:
You just have to dig out the vital bit from all that gooogle stuff and surround it with 'youtube' tags. Well, it usually works...

[youtube]www.youtube.com/v/XDTu-JBDlzs[/youtube]

Why isn't Ron Paul POTUS? He should be, as the only clear thinking Constitutionalist left in the Republican party. Just goes to show it isn't what you know it's who you know - and he doesn't 'know' any Zionists...

Almost this is the code, so hopefully will work now
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In 1995 Colin Powell said that if the North dared to use its missiles and weapons of mass destruction, the U.S. would turn North Korea into "a charcoal briquette."
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/chat/2284852/posts

N. Korea threatens ‘pre-emptive’ nuclear strike against US
Published time: March 07, 2013 09:32
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A spokesman for North Korea’s Foreign Ministry says his country may deliver a pre-emptive nuclear strike against its enemies in case an attack on Pyongyang is launched.
"Since the United States is about to ignite a nuclear war, we will be exercising our right to a preemptive nuclear attack against the headquarters of the aggressor in order to protect our supreme interest," said the statement carried by the official KCNA news agency.
The reclusive state has ramped up its military rhetoric after conducting its third nuclear test last month, threatening to use every means, including the nuclear arsenal, against any aggression.
The White House responded to the threat, saying the US is fully capable of defending against any North Korean ballistic missile attack.

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well what do you know Rolling Eyes

North Korea May Be Sitting On $6 Trillion Worth Of Rare Minerals
Adam Taylor | Aug. 8, 2012, 6:24 PM | 18,479 | 34
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North Korea

Stephanie T. Kleine-Ahlbrandt
Anyone following North Korean press may have noticed the country seems to be indulging in some sort of construction boom recently. Kim Jong-un seems to be constantly opening impressive new amusement parks, and recent photos from Pyongyang showed large-scale projects and gleaming towers hitting the skyline. Then, of course, there's the rocket launches, and the rumors of another atomic bomb.

So where is the money coming from?

In an article over at Asia Times, Leonid A Petrov, a lecturer in Korean studies at the University of Sydney, points out that many experts expected the North Korean state to crumble after the fall of the USSR. Petrov writes that the country's salvation came from its incredible natural resources.

The country's mountainous regions are thought to sit on around 200 different minerals, including, crucially, a large number of rare earth metals. The total worth of these deposits is thought to be worth more than $6 trillion*.

There's two clear outcomes of this, according to Petrov:

North Korea may begin to resemble an oil-rich gulf state, using the huge profits from a natural resource to keep in place an inefficient and corrupt state.
Kim may have to turn increasingly to other countries with greater technology, such as China, the world's leading expert in rare earth metals, and even South Korea.

Incredibly, we're already beginning to see this new North Korea in action, not just newfound government spending, but also in its relationship with other countries. According to the WSJ, South Korea's state-owned commodities developer recently admitted it held talks in North Korea last year about a possible joint-rare earth venture.

*CORRECTION: This article originally said that the rare earth metals alone were worth $6 trillion, but the figure in fact refers to all of the mineral deposits.

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Using 9/11 logic, what's the betting that if N. Korea does actually launch a missile and... whether it is armed or not... there's an atomic explosion nearby, say, close to Fukishima - killing two birds with one stone. The first sorting out the the reactor melt downs and the second justifying an instant military response from USA...
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What exactly is North Korea going ballistic about?

Well, a little-discussed plaything of the US (& other) militaries called HAARP could have something to do with it:

'Weather Warfare against "Rogue States"

The unusual climatic occurrences in the US and Western Europe have been extensively documented.

However, what the news media has failed to underscore is that a number of unusual and dramatic climatic changes have occurred in recent years in countries which are identified as possible targets under the US Administration's pre-emptive war doctrine.

Weather patterns in North Korea, for instance, have been marked since the mid-1990s by a succession of droughts, followed by floods. The result has been the destruction of an entire agricultural system. In Cuba, the pattern is very similar to that observed in North Korea. (see Table 3)

In Iraq, Iran and Syria, a devastating drought occurred in 1999. In Afghanistan, four years of drought in the years preceding the US led invasion in 2001, have led to the destruction of the peasant economy, leading to widespread famine.

While there is no proof that these weather occurrences are the result of climatic warfare, Phillips Geophysics Lab, which is a partner in the HAARP project provides a course for military personnel at the Hanscom Air Force Base in Maryland, on "Weather Modification Techniques". The course outline explicitly contemplates the triggering of storms, hurricanes, etc. for military use. (See his slide show at http://www.dtc.army.mil/tts/1997/proceed/abarnes/ open PowerPoint presentation at http://www.dtc.army.mil/tts/tts97/abarnes.zip )

Weather manipulation is the pre-emptive weapon par excellence. It can be directed against enemy countries or even "friendly nations", without their knowledge. Weather warfare constitutes a covert form of pre-emptive war. The manipulation of climate can be used to destabilize an enemy's economy, ecosystem and agriculture (e.g. North Korea or Cuba). Needless to say it can trigger havoc in financial and commodity markets and can potentially be used as an instrument of "insider trade" for financial gain. It has the ability of destabilizing a country's institutions. Concurrently, the disruption in agriculture creates a greater dependency on food aid and imported grain staples from the US and other Western countries...'


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Bang! is clearly what the nuclear armed Israeli masonic auslander government want
Here is former Israeli ambassador Dan Gillerman telling us how North Korea should be 'wiped off the map'.
4/14/13 - Former Israeli Ambassador Dan Gillerman told America's News Headquarters today that the North Korean regime should be wiped off the map....

Former Isreali Ambassador: "North Korea Needs To Be Wiped Off the Map" !!!!

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North Korea to launch ISIS-style terror attacks on South Korea warns spy chief
06:48, 18 Feb 2016 Irish Mirror - By Sam Webb
The warning comes as tensions between the rival nations grow after Pyongyang's recent nuclear test and rocket launch

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has ordered preparations for launching ISIS-style terror attacks on South Korea, Seoul's spy agency claims.

The warning comes as tensions between the rival nations grow after Pyongyang's recent nuclear test and rocket launch.

In a private briefing to ruling Saenuri Party members, the National Intelligence Service said the North's spy agency has begun work to implement the order to "actively muster capabilities" to carry out cyber and other attacks on South Korea,

North Korea has a history of attacks on South Korea, such as the 2010 shelling on an island that killed four South Koreans and the 1987 bombing of a South Korean passenger plane that killed all 115 people on board.

During the briefing, the NIS said the attacks could target anti-Pyongyang activists, defectors and government officials in South Korea, according to a Saenuri official who was present.

Terror attacks on subways, shopping malls and other public places could also happen, he said.

Read more: Kim Jong-un effigies burned by South Korea in dramatic protest against the North's rocket launch

The official quoted the NIS as saying North Korea could launch poisoning attacks on the activists and defectors, or lure them to China where they would be kidnapped.

The current North Korea stand-off is not expected to calm down soon, as Seoul and Washington are discussing deploying a sophisticated US missile defence system in South Korea that Pyongyang warns would be a source of regional tension.

The allies also say their upcoming annual military drills will be the largest ever. The North says the drills are preparation to stage an invasion.

The US on Wednesday flew four stealth F-22 fighter jets over South Korea and reaffirmed it maintains an "ironclad commitment" to the defence of its Asian ally.

Last month, it sent a nuclear-capable B-52 bomber to South Korea following the North's fourth nuclear test.

Foreign analysts say the North's rocket launch and nuclear test put the country further along its quest for a nuclear-armed missile that could reach the US mainland.

Meanwhile, top scientists have said that recent nuclear tests carried out by North Korea could trigger a nearby volcano to erupt.

Fears: Could a North Korea nuke test trigger a volcanic eruption?


Experts from Yonsei University in Seoul claim the pressure caused by a nuclear bomb exploding underground could affect the magma chamber of a volcano – causing an eruption.

"An underground nuclear explosion test near an active volcano constitutes a direct threat to the volcano," Hong Tae-kyung, a professor of seismology said.

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North Korea a poor excuse for Trident renewal
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To use the fabrication of a threat from North Korea as a justification for the renewal of Trident – as Theresa May did in the Commons debate on Tuesday night (Report, 19 July) – exposes not only the depths of deception to which the government will sink but its deep ignorance of the reality of North Korea. A similar bone-headedness on the part of our alleged “intelligence services” cannot escape us either. I am no supporter of the North Korean regime. It must be an appalling place to live. However, unlike our government frontbench and the bulk of our MI6 spooks, I have actually been there. Four times. And I can tell you that the DPRK is in no position to threaten anyone, not even its immediate neighbours. It is not ready to “lash out” – a cliche much favoured by lazy western journalists who know nothing about the country and who, of course, have never been there. It is simply not in the interests of North Korea to “lash out”. It has nothing to gain by doing so.

Since the end of the Korean war in 1953, North Korea has just wanted to be left alone – to rely on Kim Il-Sung’s founding principle of “Juche”, meaning self-reliance. If the DPRK has seemed at times hostile to the outside world, that is surely understandable when the enduring, slack-witted policy of the US, in particular, has been to poke the DPRK with a sharp stick and then run away. Neither has North Korea got the capability to attack its neighbours, never mind Theresa May and her constituents in Maidenhead. Almost every military vehicle I’ve seen in North Korea, over four visits, has been parked up at the kerb, broken down, with the heads of two teenage DPRK soldiers down inside the engine. The whole country is held together with string and Sellotape. But, in the way of the Stalinist planned economy, this week it will be all string and no Sellotape. Next week, all Sellotape and no string. And on the basis of this bogus threat, the UK government can, somehow, find billions of pounds to renew Trident?

Readers will have noticed that there is never, these days, the money to properly fund our schools and hospitals, and provide the elderly with the care and dignity they deserve. But, always, billions are available to the military. To confront a threat that doesn’t actually exist. And even one from a feeble, tragic, cartoon country such as North Korea.

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Kim Jong Nam murder: 5 seconds was all it took to poison him
A news programme showing how the alleged assassination of Kim Jong Nam took place is shown on a TV screen in Pyeongchang, Gangwon-do, South Korea, on Feb 15, 2017.

http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/5-seconds-was-all-it-took-to- administer-poison-on-kim-jong-nam-report

KUALA LUMPUR - It took no more than five seconds for two assailants said to be North Korean agents to administer what is believed to be poison on Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) on Monday (Feb 13), Malaysian daily New Straits Times reported.



Kim, 45, was standing in a small crowd in front of the airport's self-service check-in counter when his purported female assailants struck, the report said.

One of them stood in front of him to distract him while the other locked him from behind in a chokehold, and administered the poison that killed him soon after, the report said.

It suggested that the operation was captured on the multitude of closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras positioned strategically throughout the departure hall.

Subsequent movements of the female assassins after the job was carried out were also filmed by the cameras, it said.



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Vietnamese suspect in Kim Jong Nam killing had wad of cash, moved hotels, cut her hair
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KUALA LUMPUR/JAKARTA (Reuters) - The woman with the acronym 'LOL' on her shirt who was arrested this week in connection with the murder of North Korea's Kim Jong Nam stayed in cheap hotels, carried a wad of cash and cut her hair a day before the brazen attack at Kuala Lumpur airport.

According to the receptionist at one of the hotels, a woman who had checked in under the Vietnamese name of Doan Thi Huong on Sunday (Feb 12) left early in the morning on Monday, the day of the assassination, and returned later, showing no signs of stress.

Police believe she was the person who, at around 8.20am that day, had approached the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un from behind at the Malaysian capital's budget airline terminal and thrust a deadly poisonous substance into his face.

According to Malaysian media reports, Doan told police she had been duped into what she thought was a harmless practical joke. A second woman who has been detained, an Indonesian national, also thought she was involved in a prank, some media reports said.

However, staff at two hotels in a rundown area near the airport gave details of Doan's movements before the killing that appeared both calm and deliberate.

A private investigator told Reuters her behaviour bore the hallmarks of an intelligence operative.


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Kim Jong Nam, slain half-brother of North Korea leader Kim Jong Un, 'always had bodyguards in Malaysia'


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An undated photo of Mr Kim Jong Un inspecting a construction site, released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency last month. Experts say he may have viewed his brother as a thorn and felt the need to eliminate him.
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A STACK OF MONEY, HAIR-CUT

Doan went first to the two-star Qlassic Hotel, checking in on Saturday, Feb 11. A staff member who asked not to be named said she stayed in the cheapest room, which had no windows.

"I remember she had wanted to extend her stay here, and was ready to pay with a stack of money in her hand," said another member of the Qlassic's staff, a front-desk employee who only identified herself as Sia.

After one night, Doan checked into the CityView Hotel, arriving with a suitcase, a backpack and a large teddy bear, the receptionist told Reuters, declining to be named. She said Doan spoke understandable English.

She borrowed a pair of scissors from the front desk the evening before the attack, and a member of housekeeping staff found hair on the floor and in the waste basket the next day. "She found the scissors on the room desk. And there was hair strewn on the floor in the room, (Doan) had thrown some in the bin but there was still a mess," the receptionist said.

She said that the next day Doan had on the shirt she was seen wearing in an airport CCTV grab that has earned her the nickname "LOL Girl" in Malaysian media.

Doan was out for much of the morning and, on her return, she seemed "relaxed" and "didn't look angry or worried".

Doan complained about the Wifi in her room and when she was told it couldn't be fixed until the afternoon, she checked out and left.

She then checked into the SkyStar Hotel, also nearby, and left after one night, an employee said.

It is not known where Doan went next. Police said she was arrested on Wednesday morning, about 48 hours after the murder, in the same terminal where Kim Jong Nam was attacked.

"If you ask me, do her movements indicate that she was an intelligence operative, then I would say yes," said a private investigator in Kuala Lumpur who asked not to be named.

"That is how they operate. Change of appearance, cash transactions, no paper trail and constantly on the move."

SECOND WOMAN FROM A JAKARTA SLUM

The Indonesian woman who was arrested on Thursday, Siti Aisyah, had lived a quiet life in a slum district of Jakarta before going to find work in Malaysia, residents in the western neighbourhood of the Indonesian capital said.

According to Malaysian media reports, she stood in front of Kim to distract him while her accomplice approached from behind.

In Jakarta, Aisyah had worked for a time in the tailoring business in the house of her ex-husband's family, sewing clothes by hand, former neighbours in the Tambora district said.

"I can't believe the news. Her background was very simple,"said community leader R. Yusri.

The couple moved to Malaysia several years ago but separated in 2012. Aisyah's former father-in-law said she had returned to Jakarta on Jan 28 to visit her seven-year-old son. She had looked thinner than usual and had a cough.

The streets in Tambora district are too narrow for cars to pass through. A tangle of washing lines hangs above small concrete and makeshift homes, many housing small businesses or selling clothes and food.

Ida Anisafitri, a neighbour, said Aisyah kept a low profile when she visited there.

"We would see her briefly with the child and then she would go back inside the house," Anisafitri said, as a loudspeaker from a nearby mosque sounded with the call to prayer.

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Timeline: The 'assassination' of Kim Jong Nam
What happened to the half-brother of Kim Jong Un at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2? Who has been arrested for the suspected murder?
By Amy Chew Posted 18 Feb 2017 08:32 Updated 18 Feb 2017 08:40
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KUALA LUMPUR: On the morning of Feb 13, Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, was at Malaysia’s low-cost Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) and headed for his flight to Macau where he lives in exile.

He never made it home.

Here is a recap of the alleged assassination and the ensuing fallout.

FEB 13, 2017

As the portly 46-year-old was walking through the departure hall just after 8am, two women who had been tailing him struck, according to Malaysian police.

One of the women allegedly distracted Kim while another grabbed his face from behind and clamped a cloth believed to be soaked in a chemical to it.

Kim sought help at the airport’s help desk, telling a receptionist there he felt dizzy. According to China Press, his last words were: “Very painful, very painful, I was sprayed with liquid.”

He was taken to a clinic one floor down from the arrival hall. At that point, he experienced mild seizure and was on the verge of passing out, reports said. An ambulance was called and he was sent to the Putrajaya Hospital close by.

“He died on the way to hospital,” a senior police source told ChannelNewsAsia.

FEB 14

A day later, South Korean media broke news of the death citing intelligence sources. Early reports allege that he was attacked with poison needles or splashed with an unknown liquid. Malaysian officials would only confirm that a Korean man, carrying travel documents under the name Kim Chol, died on the way to hospital.

FEB 15

On Wednesday, Seoul's unification ministry said the South Korean government is confident the "murdered man" was Kim Jong Nam, saying North Korea had been planning to kill him for the past five years.

Malaysian police announced the arrest of a woman holding a Vietnamese passport who matched CCTV footage of the alleged attackers. The suspect is identified as 28-year-old Doan Thi Huong.

CCTV images of the suspected attackers were published by the media and one of the women reportedly involved is seen sporting a white blouse with "LOL" written in front.



An autopsy on the body at Kuala Lumpur Hospital was also completed on Wednesday evening to the objection of North Korea, which wanted the body released immediately for cremation.

FEB 16

Malaysia's deputy prime minister confirmed three days after the North Korean man who died was Kim Jong Nam. Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi told the press that Kim Jong Un's half-brother had travelled with a passport with the name “Kim Chol”.

Earlier that day 2am, an Indonesian by the name of Siti Aisyah, 25, was arrested. Her boyfriend, Malaysian Muhammad Farid Jalaluddin, 26, was picked up by police as well to assist in investigations.

FEB 17

On Friday, Malaysian authorities said they would not release the body of Kim Jong Nam until his family has provided a DNA sample.

At about 11.40pm, the North Korean envoy to Malaysia was spotted at Hospital Kuala Lumpur trying to gain access to the National Institute of Forensic Medicine at where Kim Jong Nam’s body is being held. He read out a statement accusing Malaysia of "forcing" a post-mortem on the body and alleged that it was "colluding with hostile forces" by rejecting demands to release the body.

In response, Malaysia’s police chief said: "Whilst in Malaysia, everyone has to obey our rules and regulations ...that includes North Korea."

Channel NewsAsia spoke to people in the hometown of the Indonesian suspect in Kim Jong Nam's death and is told the woman is "very timid" and very much an "introvert".

THE LIFE OF KIM JONG NAM

Kim Jong Nam was the eldest son of North Korea’s late leader Kim Jong-il. Unlike most of his isolated countrymen, he had a cosmopolitan upbringing and was educated at the International School of Geneva and Lycée Français Alexandre Dumas in Moscow.

He was considered to be in training as North Korea’s next supreme leader during the 1990s, but fell out of favour with his father after he was caught trying to enter Japan in 2001 on a fake passport to visit Tokyo Disneyland.

His birth was considered shameful because his father and mother, actress Sung Hye Rim, were unmarried.

He went into exile and was known to be living in Macau from around 2003, but also had relatives, including at least three children with three different women – two wives and one mistress – living in Beijing, according to South Korea’s intelligence service. His travels and good life were documented on a Facebook page under the name "Kim Chol", which some say may have been his undoing.

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Americans have forgotten what we did to North Korea
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Perhaps no country on Earth is more misunderstood by Americans than North Korea. Though the country's leaders are typically portrayed as buffoonish, even silly, in fact they are deadly serious in their cruelty and skill at retaining power. Though the country is seen as Soviet-style communist, in fact it is better understood as a holdover of Japanese fascism.

And there is another misconception, one that Americans might not want to hear but that is important for understanding the hermit kingdom: Yes, much of its anti-Americanism is cynically manufactured as a propaganda tool, and yes, it is often based on lies. But no, it is not all lies. The US did in fact do something terrible, even evil to North Korea, and while that act does not explain, much less forgive, North Korea's many abuses since, it is not totally irrelevant either.

That act was this: In the early 1950s, during the Korean War, the US dropped more bombs on North Korea than it had dropped in the entire Pacific theater during World War II. This carpet bombing, which included 32,000 tons of napalm, often deliberately targeted civilian as well as military targets, devastating the country far beyond what was necessary to fight the war. Whole cities were destroyed, with many thousands of innocent civilians killed and many more left homeless and hungry.

For Americans, the journalist Blaine Harden has written, this bombing was "perhaps the most forgotten part of a forgotten war," even though it was almost certainly "a major war crime." Yet it shows that North Korea's hatred of America "is not all manufactured," he wrote. "It is rooted in a fact-based narrative, one that North Korea obsessively remembers and the United States blithely forgets."

And the US, as Harden recounted in a column earlier this year, knew exactly what it was doing:

"Over a period of three years or so, we killed off — what — 20 percent of the population," Air Force Gen. Curtis LeMay, head of the Strategic Air Command during the Korean War, told the Office of Air Force History in 1984. Dean Rusk, a supporter of the war and later secretary of state, said the United States bombed "everything that moved in North Korea, every brick standing on top of another." After running low on urban targets, U.S. bombers destroyed hydroelectric and irrigation dams in the later stages of the war, flooding farmland and destroying crops.
Historians dispute just how important this bombing really was in making North Korea the country that it is today; some say it was formative in shaping the young nation's history, others that North Korea was already on its way to becoming the hermit kingdom and that its leaders merely exploited the bombing to get there.

As the North Korea scholar B. R. Myers points out in The Cleanest Race, perhaps the definitive study of the North Korean worldview, anti-American propaganda was already in full swing before the bombing began. Since then, it has not focused as much on the American bombing (which Myers, like most scholars, considers a war crime) as you might expect:

As might be expected, the Korean War occupies a central place in anti-American propaganda, but the [propaganda] dwells less on the US Air Force's extensive bombing campaign (which is hard to reconcile with the myth of the protective leader) than on village massacres and other isolated outrages.
Yet even if the bombing did not cause North Korea's obsessive hatred of America and Americans, it did help to focus it. The effects of the bombing were felt nearly universally, the suffering it caused among the first shared experiences for North Koreans. Unlike the propaganda, which only recounted supposed American crimes, here was a real American crime that everyone could see for themselves, and indeed had likely affected them personally. How could it not be formative?

American bombing, to be clear, did not transform North Korea from a nice country into a bad one; the seeds of the country's generations-long fascist rule had already taken root by the early 1950s, and indeed it is worth remembering that the North had launched the war in the first place. But that bombing did end up abetting, however unintentionally, the Kim family project of creating a paranoid, volatile, and oppressive bunker state.

You can see this, for example, in Pyongyang, the North Korean capital, which was all but razed by American bombing. As Myers points out, "The destruction of the original city by American bombs enabled the regime to re-design it from scratch as a grand and enduring work of propaganda in its own right."

The North Korean capital of Pyongyang. At bottom, the city in 1953, after an estimated 75% of it was destroyed by US bombing. At top, the city in 1964 after reconstruction. (Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty)
The North Korean capital of Pyongyang. At bottom, the city in 1953, after an estimated 75 percent of it was destroyed by US bombing. At top, the city in 1964 after reconstruction. (Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty)

The symbolism of this is haunting: The US, in its ruthless destruction, made it easier for the North Korean leaders to rebuild their shattered city into a physical embodiment of Orwellian dystopia. The blame for the North Korean project still rests fully with those leaders, who knew exactly what they were doing. But it is a reminder that the United States once lent those leaders a helping hand in converting their nation into a fascist holdover.

In the rare moments when we do talk about the US bombing of North Korea, it can be easy to get lost in debating its long-term political consequences. But the bombing primarily mattered at the time, and still matters today, not because it was politically counterproductive, but because it was horrific and unjust.

You can glimpse both the humanitarian and political consequences in an alarmed diplomatic cable that North Korea's foreign minister sent to the United Nations, which was nominally leading the war effort, in January 1951. Scholar Adam Cathcart dug up the cable a few days ago, which is what got me thinking again about the bombing that America has largely forgotten. Here are some excerpts from the cable, haunting to read today:

ON JANUARY 3 AT 10:30 AM, AN ARMADE OF 82 FLYING FORTRESSES LOOSED THEIR DEATH-DEALING LOAD ON THE CITY OF PYONGYANG. ...

HUNDREDS OF TONS OF BOMBS AND INCENDIARY COMPOUND WERE SIMULTANEOUSLY DROPPED THROUGHOUT THE CITY, CAUSING ANNIHILATING FIRES. IN ORDER TO PREVENT THE EXTINCTION OF THESE FIRES, THE TRANS-ATLANTIC BARBARIANS BOMBED THE CITY WITH DELAYED-ACTION HIGH-EXPLOSIVE BOMBS WHICH EXPLODED AT INTERVALS THROUGHOUT FOR A WHOLE DAY, MAKING IT IMPOSSIBLE FOR THE PEOPLE TO COME OUT ONTO THE STREETS. THE ENTIRE CITY HAS NOW BEEN BURNING, ENVELOPED IN FLAMES, FOR TWO DAYS. BY THE SECOND DAY 7,812 CIVILIANS' HOUSES HAD BEEN BURNT DOWN. THE AMERICANS WERE WELL AWARE THAT THERE WERE NO MILITARY OBJECTIVES LEFT IN PYONGYANG. ...

THE NUMBER OF INHABITANTS OF PYONGYANG KILLED BY BOMB SPLINTERS, BURNT ALIVE AND SUFFOCATED BY SMOKE IS INCALCULABLE, SINCE NO COMPUTATION IS POSSIBLE. SOME FIFTY THOUSAND INHABITANTS REMAIN IN THE CITY, WHICH BEFORE THE WAR HAD A POPULATION OF FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND.
Even in the English translation from the original Russian, the seeds of North Korea's now famously vituperative and conspiratorial rhetoric are easy to see; there is an odd reference to "Wall Street bosses" supposedly driving the war.

But while today's North Korean anti-American rhetoric is so often filled with obvious distortions and lies and thus easy to dismiss, this piece of anti-American rhetoric is chillingly real. That makes the cable jarring to read even beyond the sheer awful suffering it describes. It was a moment when the official North Korean characterization of America, one that we today rightly consider propagandistic nonsense, had a lot of truth to it.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 11:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

And not to forget:
'How The U.S. Waged Germ Warfare in the Korean War And Denied It Ever Since':
http://www.globalresearch.ca/how-the-u-s-waged-germ-warfare-in-the-kor ean-war-and-denied-it-ever-since/5487929

'There is no historical controversy as contentious or long-lasting as the North Korean and Chinese charges of U.S. use of biological weapons during the Korean War. For those who believe the charges to be false — and that includes much of American academia, but not all — they must assume the burden of explaining why the North Koreans or Chinese made up any bogus claims to attack the credibility of U.S. forces. Because they had no reason to do that.

It is a historical fact that the United States carpet-bombed and napalmed North Korea, killing nearly 3 million civilians thereby.

In other words, massive war crimes are already self-evident, and if there is any mystery, it is how historical amnesia and/or callous disregard for crimes such as those committed by the U.S. and its allies in Korea, or the millions killed by the U.S. in Southeast Asia, can go ignored today.

But the U.S. media and academia largely ignore evidence of U.S. use of weapons of mass destruction in its wars against independence struggles and for imperial dominance, or hock their wares to support propaganda that claims such crimes never took place. Evidence to the contrary, such as the 1950s International Scientific Commission investigation into U.S. use of bacteriological weapons in the Korean War, or the many confessions under interrogation by U.S. Air Force personnel, were generally suppressed. (I published myself the ISC’s summary report earlier this year.)

The suppression of the ISC investigation was, as Chaddock points out, at least in part because ISC chair, Sir Joseph Needham, was not shy in mentioning the connections between the US use of BW in Korea and China and Japanese use of biological experimentation and warfare against China during World War II. This was of high sensitivity to the U.S. as they publicly denied that, having made a deal with Shiro Ishii and the Japanese war criminals of Unit 731 to not prosecute them if US scientists from Fort Detrick and the CIA could get Japanese data and samples — of human tissues gathered via vivisection! — and use them for the US’s own secretive BW program in the early years of the Cold War.

One man with evident integrity and unwilling to let the truth be buried is Dave Chaddock. His book, This Must Be the Place: How the U.S. Waged Germ Warfare in the Korean War and Denied It Ever Since, is a superb exercise in historical rebuttal. The falsifications and lies and secrets propounded by the U.S. on the issue of its crimes has been going on for decades now. For instance, the U.S. populace did not learn of its government’s post-war deal with Nazis, or its amnesty of the Japanese Imperial Army’s Unit 731, until nearly 40 years had passed from the time of these events. If the book seems partisan at times, it is understandably the passion of someone outraged at what he has discovered — just as many who have served in America’s imperial wars returned home outraged, and too often broken, by what they had seen and endured......'

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 7:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's pretty hilarious how they hijacked perhaps a five year in the making 150th celebration and turned it into a finger at the west.

North Korea don't need much provocation to act like ten men and has obliged obligatorily...

The game is getting very clever indeed, here are my offerings :

WE must decline May’s offer of snap election, there is no credible opposition

http://thebridgelifeinthemix.info/british-politics/decline-mays-offer- snap-election-credible-opposition/#sthash.nGUMFDqc.npmcIa1I.dpuf

The real game in Syria :

http://thebridgelifeinthemix.info/united-states/trumps-game-syria-dome stically-wider-middle-east/#sthash.mSSO5cyI.dpbs

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 26, 2017 1:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

'Tell Trump to Stop Threatening North Korea':
http://www.rootsaction.org/take-action/1510-tell-trump-to-stop-threate ning-north-korea

'Donald Trump claims he has no choice but to threaten North Korea with war -- a war that would prove disastrous for multiple countries, if not the entire world.

In reality, from all appearances, Trump has no clue as to the choices available or the history at work.

Click here to help educate him -- or at least the U.S. media and some of those around him.

The fact that North Korea is a horrific dictatorship does not change the reality that threatening to attack that nuclear-armed country is an extremely reckless policy that gravely risks setting off a cataclysmic catastrophe.

North Korea has repeatedly offered to abandon its nuclear weapons program if the United States and South Korea would stop flying over North Korea practicing to bomb it as well as engaging in other explicitly threatening military exercises nearby.

North Korea has shown interest in developing a peace treaty with the South to finally end the Korean War.

North Korea adhered to an agreement to halt its nuclear weapons program right up until George W. Bush labeled it a member of an axis of evil and viciously attacked one of the other designated members, Iraq.

A lot of such information is unfamiliar to Americans. The "Background" links below provide a bit of that information.

Let's remind Trump and the U.S. media of this context, and of the options it opens up.

When Trump says he's sending ships to North Korea, people in North Korea with historical knowledge will remember the devastating bombing inflicted on the country by the United States nearly 70 years ago. The U.S. bombed dams, bridges, and villages. It dropped huge quantities of napalm. It dropped insects and feathers infected with anthrax, cholera, encephalitis, and bubonic plague.

The United States has never relinquished wartime command of the South Korean military, and it has been building big new bases in South Korea opposed by serious popular protests. The U.S. is building what it calls a missile defense system in South Korea that North Korea and China consider offensive and part of an offensive first-strike policy. The people of South Korea have been protesting it in huge numbers.

Click here to tell Trump some of the damaging policies that he has the option of halting.

Legally, when North Korea tests missiles it breaks no laws. The United States tests missiles all the time. But when the United States threatens war it commits a grave violation of the law as well as risks getting us all killed.

Let's chart a different course before it is too late.

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Background:
> Bruce Cumings, The Nation, "Korean War Games"
> Dave Chaddock: "This Must Be the Place: How the U.S. Waged Germ Warfare in the Korean War and Denied It Ever Since"
> John DeLury, The Washington Post: "Instead of threatening North Korea, Trump should try this"

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