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Why will the USA attack North Korea?

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Re: Why will the USA attack North Korea?

Post by Eric » April 17th, 2017, 6:35 pm

Sometimes,I think that NK is just an elaborate fabrication built up by the Western media, much like ISIS...... look at all the photography Hollywood style, Kim posing in pictures...perfectly framed pics. Just like ISIS.

It looks like an op.
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Re: Why will the USA attack North Korea?

Post by Yohan » April 17th, 2017, 7:08 pm

North Korea is a strange country, it keeps its population of about 25 million people artificially so poor and misinformed, that nobody wants to have anything to do with it.

It is somewhat a surprise that North Korea did not follow economic politics similar to China.
It could be a fairly economically rich country, and rather independent from South Korea and without any persistent hassles from USA.

South Korea prefers North Korea to be considered as something like a different country.
Just waiting, doing nothing about it.

Many in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan consider China much more as a threat than North Korea.

North Korean politics is confusing, and it is not sure if Kim Jong Un 김정은 is really holding power or if he is only presenting what others behind him are telling him to do.

North Korea is not something like a disorganized African country, it has a strange political system which is operating 'normally' everywhere in this little country since decades.

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Re: Why will the USA attack North Korea?

Post by Moretorque » April 17th, 2017, 9:35 pm

Who set this situation up ? was not the country torn up in the fifties by America " The British Empire " ? I think Eric may be right and this is just another con by the money multipliers. They did the same thing in the cold war with Russia also, they like to divide the countries up after war like east west north south.

I think we all just may be play things of the credit monopoly ?
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Re: Why will the USA attack North Korea?

Post by Kradmelder » April 17th, 2017, 10:19 pm

Is it only a coincidence that every nation the usa wants to attack does not have a reserve bank controlled by jews?

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Re: Why will the USA attack North Korea?

Post by Eric » April 17th, 2017, 11:52 pm

Its an elaborate, but not too elaborate, op. In a country where no ones allowed and they vow secrecy, they sure do let in tons of Hollywood photo guys.

And they always look like they're having a blast, yeah right. Ruling the world, my ass.
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Re: Why will the USA attack North Korea?

Post by Moretorque » April 18th, 2017, 2:11 am

dAVE at X22 was saying they deal drugs and the CIA does not like competition ?
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Re: Why will the USA attack North Korea?

Post by starchild5 » April 18th, 2017, 2:38 am

North Korea never ever did anything wrong. Its all Masonic Jewish Propaganda. Everything on North Korea in mainstream is a GIANT LIE.

Just Brief Contest of Korea.



Historical Context: Korea, a Pawn for Big Power, Brutalized by the United States

The history between Korea and the United States goes back to the late 1800s when the US had completed its manifest destiny across North America and was beginning to build a global empire. In 1871, more than 700 US marines and sailors landed on Kanghwa beach in west Korea, seeking to begin US colonization (a smaller US invasion occurred in 1866). They destroyed five forts, inflicting as many as 650 Korean casualties. The US withdrew, realizing it would need a much larger force to succeed, but this was the largest military force to land outside the Americas until the 1898 war in the Philippines. S. Brian Willson reports that this invasion is still discussed in North Korea, but it has been erased from the history in South Korea as well as in the United States.


The Korean War that lasted from June 1950 to July 1953 was an enlargement of the 1948-50 struggle of Jeju Islanders to preserve their self-determination from the tyrannical rule of US-supported Rhee and his tiny cadre of wealthy constituents. Little known is that the US-imposed division of Korea in 1945 against the wishes of the vast majority of Koreans was the primary cause of the Korean War that broke out five years later.

The War destroyed by bombing most cities and villages in Korea north of the 38th Parallel, and many south of it, while killing four million Koreans – three million (one-third) of the north’s residents and one million of those living in the south, in addition to killing one million Chinese. This was a staggering international crime still unrecognized that killed five million people and permanently separated 10 million Korean families.”

What most people in America do not know –and which is particularly relevant when assessing the “threats” of the DPRK to World peace– is that North Korea lost thirty percent of its population as a result of US led bombings in the 1950s. US military sources confirm that 20 percent of North Korea’s population was killed off over a three period of intensive bombings:

“After destroying North Korea’s 78 cities and thousands of her villages, and killing countless numbers of her civilians, [General] LeMay remarked, “Over a period of three years or so we killed off – what – twenty percent of the population.” It is now believed that the population north of the imposed 38th Parallel lost nearly a third its population of 8 – 9 million people during the 37-month long “hot” war, 1950 – 1953, perhaps an unprecedented percentage of mortality suffered by one nation due to the belligerance of another.” (quoted in Richard Rhodes, “The General and World War III,” The New Yorker, June 19, 1995, p. 53.)

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Its Ethnic Cleansing, because Koreans are very smart race....Their IQ is high, Samsung, K-pop, Korean Wave, Fashion everything in Asia revolves around Korea now a days. Imagine if both korea gets united.

The slimy Jews installed a puppet regime when they came to save the Koreans from Japanese.

The whole problem began from there

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Re: Why will the USA attack North Korea?

Post by starchild5 » April 18th, 2017, 2:43 am

Kradmelder wrote:Is it only a coincidence that every nation the usa wants to attack does not have a reserve bank controlled by jews?
http://www.globalresearch.ca/north-kore ... wn/5325164

Initially, the South Koreans welcomed the United States, but US Gen. John Hodge, the military governor of South Korea working under Gen. Douglas MacArthur, quickly brought Koreans who had cooperated with the Japanese during occupation into the government and shut out Koreans seeking democracy. He refused to meet with representatives of the KPR and banned the party, working instead with the right wing Korean Democratic Party – made up of landlords, land owners, business interests and pro-Japanese collaborators.

Shut out of politics, Koreans who sought an independent democratic state took to other methods and a mass uprising occurred. A strike against the railroads in September 1946 by 8,000 railway workers in Pusan quickly grew into a general strike of workers and students in all of the South’s major cities. The US military arrested strike leaders en masse. In Taegu, on Oct. 1, huge riots occurred after police smashed picket lines and fired into a crowd of student demonstrators, killing three and wounding scores. In Yongchon, on Oct. 3, 10,000 people attacked the police station and killed more than 40 police, including the county chief. Some 20 landlords and pro-Japanese officials were also killed. A few days later, the US military declared martial law to crush the uprising. They fired into large crowds of demonstrators in numerous cities and towns, killing and wounding an unknown number of people.à

Syngman Rhee, an exile who had lived in the US for 40 years, was returned to Korea on MacArthur’s personal plane. He initially allied with left leaders to form a government approved of by the US. Then in 1947, he dispensed with his “left” allies by assassinating their leaders, Kim Ku and Kim Kyu-Shik. Rhee consolidated power and the US pushed for United Nations-sponsored elections in May 1948 to put a legal imprimatur on the divided Koreas. Rhee was elected at 71 years old in an election boycotted by most parties who saw it as sham. He came to power in the midst of an insurgency.

On Jeju Island, the largest Korean island lying in a strategic location in the Korea Strait, there continued to be protests against the US military government. It was one of the last areas where people’s committees continued to exist. Gen. Hodge told Congress Jeju was “a truly communal area that is peacefully controlled by the People’s Committee,” but he organized its extermination in a scorched-earth attack. In September, Rhee’s new government launched a massive counterinsurgency operation under US command. S. Brian Willson reports it resulted in the killing of “60,000 Islanders, with another 40,000 desperately fleeing in boats to Japan. Thus, one-third of its residents were either murdered or fled during the ‘extermination’ campaign.

Nearly 40,000 homes were destroyed and 270 of 400 villages were leveled.” It was an ugly attack, Iggy Kim notes: “Torture, mutilation, gang rape and arbitrary execution were rife. . . a quarter of the Jeju population had been massacred. The US embassy happily reported: ‘The all-out guerilla extermination campaign came to a virtual end in April with order restored and most rebels and sympathizers killed, captured, or converted.'” This was the single greatest massacre in modern Korean history and a warning of what was to come in the Korean War. As we will see, Jeju is part of the story in today’s US Asian escalation.

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Re: Why will the USA attack North Korea?

Post by MrMan » April 18th, 2017, 8:48 am

Eric wrote:Sometimes,I think that NK is just an elaborate fabrication built up by the Western media, much like ISIS...... look at all the photography Hollywood style, Kim posing in pictures...perfectly framed pics. Just like ISIS.

It looks like an op.
When I taught English in South Korean way back over 20 years ago, South Koreans believed that North Korea existed.

North Koreans have photographers, too, and a big propoganda machine. They are able to take pictures of their president.

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Re: Why will the USA attack North Korea?

Post by Eric » April 18th, 2017, 8:55 am

This is orchestrated. Its all orchestrated. I just read a news article that said that Russian Prime media ran a story calling Trump more dangerous than NK.

Now, that's the same Putin who backed Trump. South Koreans can be duped. Any communist state is under control.
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Re: Why will the USA attack North Korea?

Post by xiongmao » April 19th, 2017, 10:20 pm

I believe Trump and China have done a deal. North Korea is toast.

China gets to keep exporting stuff to China. The USA gets to import cheap stuff. Without North Korea, Japan doesn't need to militarise so much. China is good with that. Maybe South Korea also won't now need the USA's missiles.
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Re: Why will the USA attack North Korea?

Post by OutWest » April 20th, 2017, 6:06 am

xiongmao wrote:I believe Trump and China have done a deal. North Korea is toast.

China gets to keep exporting stuff to China. The USA gets to import cheap stuff. Without North Korea, Japan doesn't need to militarise so much. China is good with that. Maybe South Korea also won't now need the USA's missiles.

Exactly. The chinese leadership has been not so bright about this. Their gambit with N. Korea has led the Japanese to start to re-arm. This borders on stupidity .
The Chinese must know that when Japan applies their efficiency and know-how to military prowess again, they are screwed.

"Today, we make many many Toyotas, Very efficient! Almost perfect! Stamp! Stamp! Stamp!
Tomorrow, we make many many atom bombs! Very efficient! Almost perfect! Stamp! Stamp! Stamp!

The Korean Caligula is living on borrowed time.

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Re: Why will the USA attack North Korea?

Post by Kradmelder » April 20th, 2017, 6:43 am

America always needs some bogeyman. First it was nazis, then the USSR, cuba, grenada, lebanon, bosnia and serbia, libya, iraq, iran, al qaeda, ISIS afghanistan, somalia etc. It makes movies and sells weapons and creates debt, all of which benefits jews. How many counteies has the usa bombed? Who ever bombed america back except osama?

They are running out of rag heads to credibly bomb. So now need to make the world safe for democracy by inflating some yellow monster bent on destroying the world by terror.

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Re: Why will the USA attack North Korea?

Post by gsjackson » April 20th, 2017, 7:34 am

xiongmao wrote:I believe Trump and China have done a deal. North Korea is toast.

China gets to keep exporting stuff to China. The USA gets to import cheap stuff. Without North Korea, Japan doesn't need to militarise so much. China is good with that. Maybe South Korea also won't now need the USA's missiles.
I doubt China enters into any deal that the Russians don't sign off on, and Russia damn sure doesn't want the U.S. taking over another country the share a border with. Surely China knows the U.S. can't be trusted to live up to any agreement.

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