"Analysts said the guidelines reflected Pyongyang's fear over a possible U.S. military strike amid stalled talks on its nuclear weapons programs.
They said the guidelines were also meant to whip up a sense of crisis among its 22 million people, reportedly growing discontent amid economic
Well, seems we might have another war on our hands folks. This is the first time that N.K. has publically said anything of this, in the outside world
Maybe they're feeling a tad threatened by the perpetual war that the U.S. current regime has invented?
Maybe they fear they will be made a "target of convinience", used as a scapegoat for the U.S.'s grab for resources and control?
Maybe they want to plan for any sort of aggression that might come their way because of the current U.S. policy against soverign nations who do not
bow before the N.W.O. that is being cultivated at the moment.
The U.S. stamped NK with the "Axis of Evil" moniker along with Iraq which has already been invaded. There is no sign that the U.S. is going to stop
this war of aggression so NK has every reason to believe they are next and are rightfully preparing for an apparent eventuality. Much as Iran has
been doing with its own war games.
All in favour for a better life for the North Korean people. But I am not certain if the US can go it alone, financially, politically and
strategically. Wars cost mucho mucho dinero. The US$ is coming down a very slippery slope and does not seem to be able to apply brakes to the slide.
Countries are beginning to de-dollarize their economies. Psychologically, they are not mutually exclusive. World confidence is weak. Whether rightly
or wrongly, there is widespread sentiment in the world markets that the US cannot financially afford to continue this occupation of Iraq, let alone
invade another country.
tell that to our corperate elite, who make billions off of war, i doubt they give a rats arse about the welfare of the global economy. as long as
their pockets are full, bombs away! with NK out of the picture the global market for weaponry will be that much more monopolized by my homeland
If the US$ continues its slide, the corporate elite will certainly get hurt. Imports will become more expensive. This is not a gradual slide.
Manufacturers and retailers in the US will not have time to adjust their costing and pricing policies. It's gotta be hurting some large corporations
I don't know if that was an attack or just sarcasm, X, but I'm simply reporting.
Anywho, I know they have good reason to prepare, but I don't like NK much anyways. And, I am confident that the NK people would be better off if they
were liberated, because people, lets face it - the NK govt. ( a dictatorship) isn't all that friendly or happy-go-lucky, eh?
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