Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
According to defector reports going back a good many years and clear into the 90's, holding Japan under threat of massive Chemical weapons bombardment across their populations centers is a key feature of the battle planning first devised and perfected by the Father. Kim Il Sung. I started getting a sick, sinking feeling the moment I first saw headlines yesterday, indicating they were moving launch equipment to the East Coast.
Their nation is tiny, so the move East is hardly necessary for range or impact point accuracy. It sends a message though and that is probably all it was meant to do. Send a message and scream it from the roof tops. Perhaps it's a test ...and I imagine there are analysts in many a dark computer room at this very hour watching all that activity through photo imaging satellites at more detail and situational awareness levels than the on-scene commander has himself on the spot.
Originally posted by ChesterJohn
I had brought the fact up about a planned nuke attack last year after over hearing a conversation from some US Embassy workers at an US Embassy in So East Asia.
I wrote about it here www.abovetopsecret.com...
I was ridiculed but I stayed true to what I knew.
I reminded the ATS'er's here www.abovetopsecret.com...
Now it seems that there may have been some truth to it after all.
And the US Govt already knew about it last year.
reply to post by salainen
If all the countries you mentioned are in on this, why is NK doing so much talk? If they want the US to attack first, they're probably not going to get it with NK, as nobody believes them. If Iran was doing all this talk, US might be more inclined to actually make the first move.
SEOUL -- Staff at embassies in North Korea appeared to be remaining in place on Saturday despite an appeal by authorities in Pyongyang for diplomats to consider leaving because of heightened tension after weeks of bellicose exchanges.
North Korean authorities told diplomatic missions they could not guarantee their safety from next Wednesday -- after declaring that conflict was inevitable amid joint U.S.-South Korean military exercises due to last until the end of the month.
Originally posted by traceee
The only reason for which I think the "NWO" should want a war with Asia is to kill the dollar, or engineer another financial collapse.
What are everyone's thoughts?
Originally posted by pacifier2012
And yet no one has left their embassy.
Has anyone figured out why?
Because NK are just posturing and to leave gives NK some more media points. I'd be happy to visit NK as a tourist right now. I'd feel as safe as any other time and in fact I'd be safer in their than in some places in the USA just on a normal day!