posted on Jun, 4 2010 @ 12:53 AM
Now about this German torpedo...I don't know much about torpedos, I don't know if a torpedo is fairly universal into what it can be loaded into, but
I think it's fair to assume that NK could, for whatever reason, get a hold of a German torpedo to throw some folks off the track. This could be
completely stricken out if there was no way to load it into a NK sub, but as valid as saying it was an Israeli sub, which would lead us to a
completely other matter...
But I, of the order of the extremely paranoid, might indeed be inclined to think that it was thought out, planned and executed or influenced by the
US. Yet another "what if".
Hell, those ships and or subs heading over there for training and practice might just be a great excuse to have a force close enough to have immediate
Or how about the possibility that "they" will source to mass media in about a week that it was a rouge Israeli sub that stuck, linking to the two
escalations of saber rattling, and adding fuel to the fire.
I guess my main point about the thread is that we need to take into account when major events are reported on by generally govt/upper 5% owned media,
we should be aware what the strategic elements they use are, including why "major events" either get heavy press for a continuous time or sporadic
coverage and then fade quickly. "Independent press" (barely such a thing now) will continue as well as can be expected into most major stories in
comparison. There is a method to the madness and I doubt it's simply ratings and expected response, especially on something of this magnitude.
I would think it's safe to assume that mass media in general, especially TV, is geared completely to those we'd generally consider to be normal,
everyday people, people who live in the now and only have a fairly short term memory, who with all of the new stories on the oil and Israel(which is
seeming to get alot more coverage than Korea did) and confusion could easy forget about Korea all together to create a shockwave at a planned,
Of course there is a good possibility i'm way off, but there are patterns to be seen in the media not just in these recent events, but every day