posted on Apr, 4 2013 @ 11:15 AM
No sane human wants war. It is costly in terms of finances, material and most important of all - loss of precious human lives.
But NKorean leaders are not sane people. Remember too - they HAD OFFICIALLY DECLARED WAR upon USA and S.Korea - vowed for the destruction of
property and lives of innocent humans there. This is AS GOOD as claiming hostilities HAD ALREADY BEEN INVOKED & STARTED.
History MUST NOT be allowed to be repeated, or we are just being PLAIN DUMB.
In the early '40s, Corden Hull had long been warned about Imperial Japan's massive military buildup, from media and even spies. Yet he did not
nothing, despite Imperial Japan's bellicosities akin to Fatboy's kim of today. USA was mocked and disparaged.
Yet, Corden Hull did NOTHING.
The peaceniks in USA were loud and vocal against war. They selfishly belief war will not touch USA if USA stays aloof and let the rest of humanity
kill themselves. Thus, a partial reason for Corden Hull's inaction.
He knew of the comming attack upon USA, and even the codewords for its initiation. Imperial Japan needed to destroy USA's naval capability if it
seeks to own the other half of the world - Asia and Australia.
He did nothing. No mobilization or increase in security of its naval ships.
When his ciphers decoded the Imperial japan codewords for attack, he knew the go ahead and war with USA had been initiated, but he waited for the
declaration of war from the Japanese Embassy in USA. He know that the embassy staff had trouble translating the japanese war declaration into english,
but he refused to take any action or security measures.
As a result, Pearl Harbour happened, with loss of thousands innocent americans. Cordon Hull, Secretary of State then, was responsible for failing to
take pre-emptive action when it was necessary to do, as he had all the reasons and intelligence agents with info who kept him updated on that
The peaceniks, including the great aviator Charles Lindbergh, who was one of them, were equally to be blamed, for not comprehending human nature. When
the attack came, those peaceniks went into hiding, and discarded their robes so that they may not be found out to be the ones who caused America's
security vigilance failure and the loss of lives in Hawaii.
Thus, let not History repeat itself again. There is no need to rush for an attack on N.Korea today even though S.Korea and USA, bounded by
international law and treaties, are free to do so, as war had been declared by nuclear armed N.Korea.
Once war is declared - it no longer matters which side strike first. That responsiblity for war will lay with the one who unilaterally declared war,
or who had refused to abide by world's UN resolutions.
There only needs to be CLEAR RED LINES that Fatboy Kim must not cross, or a pre-emptive strike will result inorder to protect innocent humans from
the insanities of N.Korea.