posted on Aug, 10 2017 @ 12:22 PM
First, let's assess some facts:
North Korea is absolutely no military threat to the United States. Remember, we have spent tens of trillions of dollars over the past five decades
building a military designed to detect and intercept a nuclear first strike from first world powers like China and the Soviet Union. If some high
ranking military officer told me that we couldn't intercept whatever North Korea had to throw at us, I'd be looking for a hell of a refund on the tax
money we've paid for the military industrial complex over the years.
Back in the early '80s, we had an active sonar submarine detection net that could pinpoint any moving sub in the Atlantic. The only reason we found
out about it was because the sonar frequencies it used were screwing up the whales. We most likely have a similar network operating in the Pacific
now. Nothing made in North Korea, or probably anywhere else in the world, could get within 1000 miles of the United States without us knowing about
As for other countries like Japan and South Korea, well, mainly that's a United Nations problem, not a United States problem. Here's my suggestion
for them: build you own military industrial complex. Those countries have become nice and prosperous making cell phones and cars to sell in the US,
driving American manufacturers out of business, and counting on the US to spend our money and blood if they are attacked. Let them re-tool their
industries to manufacture weapons, and we can re-tool ours to make cell phones, TVs, and cars to sell to them.
Kim Jung Un is a crazy man who just wants to nuke someone out of a sense of megalomania? I don't buy it. Right now, he has the best life he can
possibly get. He has absolutely nothing to gain by attacking anyone, and everything to lose. If he is sane enough to form coherent sentences, he is
sane enough to realize using his pitiful arsenal against another country will result in the destruction of his country and his own death. No one not
drooling on their straight jacket is that crazy.
Last fact, anyone who has been paying attention over the past couple of decades knows what this is really about. Any country that does not have a
Rothschild controlled central bank is "evil" and needs "regime change." Even if the US doesn't invade NK directly, even if they don't have a
"revolution" by "moderate freedom fighters", somehow, some way, they will be forced to have a central bank.
With that in mind, there are two options I would consider. We could do nothing. NK can't hurt the US. If they hurt someone else, that's the UN's
fault. I would sit back and let the Rothchilds use someone else's blood and money to establish their bank in NK.
Alternatively, I might sell NK some Cold War surplus missiles and warheads. NK knows they are in the banker's crosshairs. The only reason NK would
want nukes is the same reason as everyone else: countries with nukes don't get invaded. They would still be no threat to the US. Their threat level
to any other country would not increase. And it would gum up the bankers long range plan for world slavery, if only for a little while. It would
also create a little good will between the US and NK, which would make it easier to engage them diplomatically.