posted on Mar, 31 2013 @ 04:40 PM
Originally posted by OtherSideOfTheCoin
Originally posted by drphilxr
To know one's enemy, you must think like the enemy.
This paragraph was the most disturbing, even though we all know the DPRK
is full of rhetoric, they are obviously blaming the US already for starting a nuclear war...
"Meanwhile, the U.S. deputy secretary of Defense flew to south Korea to finally examine the preparations for a nuclear war against the DPRK and
openly said that the U.S. military attaches top priority to the second Korean war, giving green light to a nuclear war."
Already assigning a reichstag fire like event to the B2 flyover of the south. I think something will
happen. If not, we'll go back to a repeat of this every couple months.
edit on 3/31/2013 by drphilxr because: (no reason given)
That paragraph that you quoted, it would be interesting to see if its been said in any other media source. Like I have said in my OP, this is hardly
the most reliable source.
You know, the scariest thing to me on this is that what your showing from North Korean media may be REAL to what they think at some point. I don't
buy this one, although seeing it IS worth posting. We need to know the escalation.
Miscommunications, miscalculations and outright bad estimation of the other side ...from both sides ...is what would start a full blown furball
neither side was ready for.
It wasn't until recent years, for example, the world learned HOW close we really game to general global war over Cuba. Kennedy had NO way of knowing
the battlefield commanders in Cuba, among the Russians, HAD tactical battlefield nuclear weapons and 100% free release authority without further
approvals necessary if anything like invasion happened. SOOOO close ....because history also records no one on OUR side believed anything like that
could or was the case at the time.
The Nuclear War that almost happened purely by bad intelligence and arrogance.
I pray history isn't repeating itself with bad bad judgements.