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North Korea Sends Letter to UN Claiming U.S. False Flag on Ship Sinking

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posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 10:10 PM
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reply to post by Vinveezy
 


The investigation was done by American allies, just like the Israeli flotilla investigation is supervised by the US.

That is enough for me to see a conspiracy behind this attack.

We all know in today's day and age no one tells the truth, that being said, the closest we can come to the truth is by finding out who was to gain the most.

The age of greed is upon us, so who was to gain the most?

America!!

The US kept its economical state of JAPAN under its control by injecting fear in the population's hearts.



[edit on 11-6-2010 by LittleSecret]




posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 10:13 PM
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Originally posted by helta
We have more then lived up to our duty in the battlefield, and we stand by our brothers to the south.

That is just laughable..............

How many Canadian troops are fighting beside America in Iraq right now?
Answer NONE.
How many Canadian military have died in Iraq since 2003 ?
Answer NONE.

Canada, like Australia, and forty seven other nations (including America) are all members of the United Nations.
The UN often decides to carry out military actions in various countries, and when that happens every nation takes part, including Canada and America.

Canada was involved in Gulf War One, along with everyone else (fifty nations in total)
Canada is involved in Afghanistan right now, along with everyone else there.

But Canada has no binding military treaty with America, and neither is it an ally of America, and ceased being an ally of America since Vietnam.

When the US sends battle carrier fleets into the Gulf to threaten Iran, how many Canadian warships tag along ?

Answer NONE.

You may think Canada is under the leadership of Obama and the Pentagon, but you are dead wrong about that.

When America carries out yet another illegal invasion, and an air strike of Iran, not one Canadian ship or air crew will be anywhere near the place.



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 01:47 AM
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Lol, seems Aussies on here hate Uncle Sam more than the Brits, Canadians and all others combined. Not that it matters, just an observation.


edit: forgot to talk about the OP. I believe NK may be telling the truth on this one. It makes no sense for them to attack that ship, add that to the fact this sinking happened right by a joint SK/US navy drill.

[edit on 12-6-2010 by Centurionx]



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 01:56 AM
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I posted this in another thread.


Originally posted by ThaLoccster
Here's an interesting take, and seemingly makes some sense.

Did an American mine sink South Korean ship?


BEIJING - South Korean Prime Minister Lee Myung-bak has claimed "overwhelming evidence" that a North Korean torpedo sank the corvette Cheonan on March 26, killing 46 sailors. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton claimed that there’s "overwhelming evidence" in favor of the theory that North Korea sank the South Korean Navy warship Cheonan. But the articles of proof presented so far by military investigators to an official inquiry board have been scanty and inconsistent.

There’s yet another possibility, that a U.S. rising mine sank the Cheonan in a friendly-fire accident.

In the recent U.S.-China strategic talks in Shanghai and Beijing, the Chinese side dismissed the official scenario presented by the Americans and their South Korean allies as not credible. This conclusion was based on an independent technical assessment by the Chinese military, according to a Beijing-based military affairs consultant to the People Liberation Army.

Hardly any of the relevant facts that counter the official verdict have made headline news in either South Korea or its senior ally, the United States.


[edit on 6/12/2010 by ThaLoccster]



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 01:59 AM
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"Navy officials said the explosion, of unknown origin, came after the 1,500-ton ship fired at another ship from the area of North Korea."
Im posting this paragraph twice twice from th SOUTH KOREAN PAPER





the russians said the attack wasn't north korea
read the press repot from the south korean paper I posted

Here is what a SOUTH Korean paper had to say:
"Locating the missing crew members is the first priority, but another significant task is finding out why this incident happened. So far, from a circumstantial point of view, it does not appear that it occurred due to a North Korean attack. This is a fortune amidst a great deal of misfortunate.

"If it occurred internally, the cause could be poor maintenance or a sudden accident, but if the explosion was external, unexploded ordinance, mines or undersea rocks could have been at play. Faults in the PCC itself could have added to these causes, leading to a massive explosion. Many citizens are doubtful as to the military¡¯s explanation that 50 percent of the 88 meter-long boat sunk in just 20 minutes. The government and military authorities have a responsibility to uncover the cause in a swift but thorough fashion."
www.hani.co.kr...

International news:
"Navy officials said the explosion, of unknown origin, came after the 1,500-ton ship fired at another ship from the area of North Korea."
www.upi.com...


One U.S. official said the sinking may not have been an intentional attack at all, but the act of a rogue commander, an accident or an exercise gone wrong. He spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the incident publicly

all critical and analytical posts about the cause of the Cheonan¡¯s sinking or the government¡¯s response could become targets for the crackdown. It is abundantly clear that legitimate questions and differing opinions are being curtailed.


Gagging the South Korean public has already been taking place openly. The Ministry of National Defense and the military have pressed defamation charges against former Cheong Wa Dae (the presidential office in South Korea or Blue House) National Security Strategy Secretary Park Sun-won. Park said, ¡°The wake and communications records from the Cheonan that the South Korean government did not disclose are probably in the hands of the U.S.,¡± and joint civilian-military fact-finding team member Shin Sang-chul claimed that the Cheonan ran aground. "


US cruise missile armed with cluster ammunition was used in an attack in Yemen in December which resulted in the deaths of 52 people, more than half of them women and children, according to a human rights watchdog.

[edit on 12-6-2010 by Danbones]

[edit on 12-6-2010 by Danbones]



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 02:01 AM
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We didn't send troops to Dubya's War with Iraq because we the Canadian people didn't buy the dripple you Americans ate up like Ice Cream. We sent troops to Afghanistan because that's where Osama was based out of and was believed to be responsible for 911. Inside Job theories and all others aside for sake of argument.

We don't have to follow your country into every war it starts. We'd be as broke as you if we spent most of our budget on the military and fighting wars overseas. Nobody attacked us on 911, or since. Hmmm I wonder why?

Back on topic. I'm not a sympathiser, in this instance I don't think NK would be that stupid. Kimi doesn't want a war, he just wants his people thinking their is always imminent war to maintain his control over them.

Hey, wait a sec...that sounds familiar. I wonder what other country does that to maintain control over its people.




posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 02:02 AM
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CIA and other agencies are tough

I guess I am watching too much Burn Notice



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 04:30 AM
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Originally posted by DEEZNUTZ

We didn't send troops to Dubya's War with Iraq because we the Canadian people didn't buy the dripple you Americans ate up like Ice Cream.
We sent troops to Afghanistan because that's where Osama was based out of and was believed to be responsible for 911.


Yup,
No other nation except Britain believed Dubya's dribble.

We Aussies, Canada, New Zealand, all of Americas FORMER long time historic allies since WW2 (Anzus treaty) all stayed right out of Dubya's clearly illegal invasion and occupation.

Canada, Australia, and all the other UN nations are in Afghanistan right now, only because America initially occupied Afghanistan so that American Texas oil interests could build an oil pipeline through to the Caspian Sea.

That stirred up a lot of strife in the region, and America was all but driven right out of Afghanistan over that proposed pipeline.
America then needed the UN to go in to Afghanistan to try to salvage something, as well as to protect the world opium crops that are a major income source for the CIA, mafia, and world elite.

The war there now is to protect the largest world opium crops from destruction by "terrorists".
The oil pipeline idea is now stone dead, after Putin, Iran, and the various small "Stan" countries clustered around the Caspian sea told America it was their oil, America would get nothing, and America should take a long hike right out of the whole region.



[edit on 12/6/2010 by Silver Shadow]



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 06:50 PM
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Originally posted by Silver Shadow
But Canada has no binding military treaty with America, and neither is it an ally of America, and ceased being an ally of America since Vietnam.


NORAD



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 01:34 AM
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And probably HAARP too.

America has links with many countries that involve joint projects, training, share of intelligence information, and military exercises.

But that is not a formal military alliance, where every time a US President decides to start another futile new war somewhere, Canada has to get involved every single time.

For example, America and Russia are jointly involved in the international space station. But you could hardly call Russia a close American ally in every American war fought, eh ?

America has a huge number of overseas military bases, but even that does not mean those countries are allies.
Americans just naively like to think that they are.

But if America decides to attack Iran, NOBODY is coming to assist you, not even Israel.
But even Israel has not once EVER been an American ally and fought beside America in any American war, or signed any treaty with America.




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