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Why The Korean War is Inevitable!

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posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 02:42 PM
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Mark my words, nothing will happen that hasn't already happened in the last 5 to 10 years. It will be the same status quo of America/China trying to keep the peninsula from blowing up and destroying their economic agendas. A lot of bluster for the same old story. Nothing to see here folks...Good analysis nonetheless though, hopefully it won't come into horrid fruition.
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posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 02:43 PM
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Originally posted by CALGARIAN
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Hopefully in my life time. I would love to see the North Koreas faces when they see 70 inch HD Tv's, huge modern light structures, iphones


I feel very sad for the people of North Korea, I mean what did they do to deserve such a bunch of nutters as leaders ?



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 02:44 PM
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I believe you may be on to someting, I also believe that China will also have to step in to help the North.

The north will continue to test rockets as well as try to get sattelites into space, you only need one rocket to stray off course and then have a very nervous south or Japan, shoot back pre-emptively before the rocket crashs into the sea, China will have to save face by asking why an attack took place when all the north was doing was testing or trying to launch a sattelite.



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 02:44 PM
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I overally agree with your post.

I personally believe war is inevitable sooner or later. If not this year, somewhere in the future. NK will not change its system and will continue living off others. They are far too dangerous for the world and sooner or later some country will simply get sick of their blackmail.They have already crossed all possible lines and as far as I see, they digging a grave for themselves, as when the blackmail does not work, action needs to be taken, otherwise they know they will make a joke out of themselves.



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 02:45 PM
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When you think about how they are told he was born in some sacred place, like he is a god or something and being around such a staunch communist dictatorship, I can only guess at what goes through his head. That is why I used Saddam's sons as an example. They were truly off the deep end because they thought they were untouchable. One look at some of the NK generals and I think they are feeding his psychopathy and pushing him in a direction that his father could control, but he may not know when to stop. Add to that the probability that for years he has probably heard that when they got nuclear weapons then they could stop the US, possibly get South Korea back under one rule, because the US and SK wouldn't risk another nuclear war and one could see where this could lead them down a road to destruction.

China knows the family well. Why they are taking it so serious makes me think they may see the same problem with lil Kim. China was usually consulted before his father made moves like this so they knew his objectives. I don't know if they were this time. I just am not ready to dismiss this as their usual behavior because lil Kim is an unknown right now.



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 02:49 PM
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Not quite, I mean unleashing the 10 thousand or so artillery cannons pointed at Seoul. The last report I read said if they did so in tandem, we would see about 400 thousand deaths in the first 45 mins.

~Tenth



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 02:49 PM
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It's a well thought out theory, but my opinion is different. I think one of the main reason this is just rhetoric is because if noko really wanted war they would have just done it. All this buildup shows that they are trying to gain leverage that simply doesn't exist.

I truly don't believe that the western educated leaders actually believe their own propaganda. It's a show to the people to hold off on an inevitable coup.



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 02:50 PM
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Originally posted by HelenConway

Originally posted by CALGARIAN
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Hopefully in my life time. I would love to see the North Koreas faces when they see 70 inch HD Tv's, huge modern light structures, iphones


I feel very sad for the people of North Korea, I mean what did they do to deserve such a bunch of nutters as leaders ?


North Korea have been sanctioned since the Korean war, We kept them isolated.



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 02:55 PM
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Originally posted by HelenConway

Originally posted by CALGARIAN
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Hopefully in my life time. I would love to see the North Koreas faces when they see 70 inch HD Tv's, huge modern light structures, iphones


I feel very sad for the people of North Korea, I mean what did they do to deserve such a bunch of nutters as leaders ?


They fought against USA 60 years ago.



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 02:59 PM
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Originally posted by CALGARIAN

Originally posted by HelenConway

Originally posted by CALGARIAN
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Hopefully in my life time. I would love to see the North Koreas faces when they see 70 inch HD Tv's, huge modern light structures, iphones


I feel very sad for the people of North Korea, I mean what did they do to deserve such a bunch of nutters as leaders ?


They fought against USA 60 years ago.



and the British as it happens ... not everything is UScentric you know
100,000 British troops were there - blooming cheek .. making it all about Uncle Sam !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
But I still feel sorry for them , millions have died of starvation



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 03:03 PM
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Originally posted by OtherSideOfTheCoin
It is interesting to note that North Korea has been caught out supplying nuclear technology to other states such a Syria.


Oh really? And where is this nuclear hardware that the Syrians have obtained from the North Koreans?



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 03:29 PM
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Thanks for sharing your thoughts, it is educational, well prepared and a good read to boot.

I'm only confused about the amount of time being spend on this ordeal.
This site educated me with knowledge about many conspiracies, one going deeper and is more classified as the other. I am made to believe (and pretty much do so) that there are a select few families that control the WORLD not one or two nations but rather them all. They execute whoever they deem a threat to there plan, control the masses through many types of media, have no trouble financially backing up a multitude of in our eye heinous crimes to humanity, etc etc.
They have a plan for the world, and there are few who can stop them.

How can a small extremely isolated country cause these troubles? Maybe i have been lurking here to long, but this hole war feels made/constructed/allowed to hide a more prominent agenda. This maybe no news to you, but then why give in to this made up war that grabs a lot of media attention and write thread after thread about how and why NK is doing this. Isn't that precisely what 'they' want? Please don't misunderstand me here, i like reading your threads and others, just pondering/digging for the truth.

Then again reading your thread shows the reality side of the coin and how NK could actually come to this point without the hole NWO process being behind it at all, but rather how the interaction with is generals forced him to this point and demand action from him. But your second thread kind of makes my point about America(they) getting forced in this war (here we go) to 'assist' the good guys, and blow that NK evil of the planet and eventually unite the two. If we look ahead.. one big South-Korea is more to America's liking is it not? So who is actually behind the scene pushing NK, it could be his Generals but it could go deeper


Thanks for reading, am not experienced in writing reply's but just could not shake this idea above out of my head, am curious to your thoughts about this and hope it is on topic.



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 03:51 PM
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The current situation of a divided Korea with 2 completely opposing values/systems is a real hindrance to the the implementation of a NWO. This isnt 2 weak, politically insignificant countries in Africa, this is 2 countries that can play a real part in (or oppose) the NWO and it needs to be dealt with.

What we see and hear coming out of NK is provided to us by the MSM. I just cant help but wonder how much of this is truth and how much is lies to sway world opinion & give the 'elites' an excuse to conquer NK. I'm not claiming anything here, I just dont trust our media and take everything I hear with a grain of salt.
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posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 04:36 PM
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Originally posted by DarknStormy

Originally posted by OtherSideOfTheCoin
It is interesting to note that North Korea has been caught out supplying nuclear technology to other states such a Syria.


Oh really? And where is this nuclear hardware that the Syrians have obtained from the North Koreans?


2007 operation orchard, the Israelis attacked a nuclear facility inside Syria, intelligence was released to the public after the event that showed that North Korea has been providing Syria with Nuclear technology.

You can look it up for yourself, am sure you know how to use google.



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 05:15 PM
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Originally posted by OtherSideOfTheCoin
2007 operation orchard, the Israelis attacked a nuclear facility inside Syria, intelligence was released to the public after the event that showed that North Korea has been providing Syria with Nuclear technology.

You can look it up for yourself, am sure you know how to use google.


Ok, so whats the big deal about it though? Russia supply Nth Korea with nuclear tech, The USA to Israel and the list goes on.. Were the Syrians building nuclear weapons or something. I don't see why this is an issue when everyone else can get away with it..



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 05:27 PM
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You asked me when North Korea has been providing Syria with Nuclear technology and I have responded.

I understand the argument that for America to say to North Korea you can’t have nukes but we can is unfair just like I can understand that one might question why its ok for America to provide nuclear tech to Israel but its not ok for North Korea to do so but to Syria. I would say it’s about damage limitation I do not support any state being armed with nuclear weapons however I am a realist and I accept that they exist and as such some states have them. I do not support any attempt to halt the spread of nuclear weapons by any means including a military strike against North Korean Nuclear facilities.

The reason it is a big deal is because Operation Orchard demonstrated how these “rouge” states collaborate with nuclear weapons technology, Iran had a hand in those events as well. Read up on pakistani nuclear scientist abdul qadeer khan he had dealings with Libya, North Korea and Iran.

Its much better for us if we are the ones with the big guns rather than the unstable states that seek to do us harm.



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 06:08 PM
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My take on it is this. Yes I believe he wants to consolidate his position and appease the miltary but in his inexperience he has taken the posturing too far and as has been said, he has backed himself into a corner. So I think an action (not necessarily nuclear) is inevitable. The problem is, given the threats he has been making, the retaliation will be massive. In fact he is playing into US hands. Imo they have been deliberately provoking a reaction.
In fact given the ranting coming out of N Korea it would be reasonable of them to make a first strike. How generous of N Korea to give them an excuse.
Let's hope there is nothing nuclear though because we all get some fallout eventually. Don't tell me that US and Europe haven't had a little bit of Fukushima come their way.
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posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 06:22 PM
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There is only one thing that can disarm the global nuclear situation peacefully and that is trust. Only when Russia and the US where able to get over their cold war stuff was the nonproliferation treaty signed and limits put on the nuclear arsenal. Over time and as more relations develop and stronger trust is made then there maybe a chance to put these nukes behind us as a planet. Until then having a nuke is like having gold in the bank, it does provide something to fall back on when all the books become an utter mess.

Now the US looks to be moving an aircraft carrier into the region and Russia is doing exercises against US bases in the region so things are going to get hotter. If the fighting does start, it will not be limited to Korea. North Korea is nuclear armed so does fall under the mutually assured destruction scenario, as to how much of a degree is clouded but if it does spark off an east vs west battle we are all dead.

Before the US pushes this situation further it does need to consider what it is willing to pay. If the hate is stronger than self preservation then war is inevitable. If the US thinks that it can continue its incursions around the world and not be exposed at home then it is not being realistic about a growing risk and the price of war. If Russia and the US come to head over Korea who do you think China is going to back? How many of your cities have a china town section in them?

Do not think that once Kim is dead it is game over and you can go back to your safe and comfortable home, the real problems will only just be starting.



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 07:43 PM
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Originally posted by OtherSideOfTheCoin
Its much better for us if we are the ones with the big guns rather than the unstable states that seek to do us harm.


Are North Korea at your door? How about Syria and Iran? When they start building up their military in the Netherlands or Mexico, then I might agree with what your saying but because the USA and England are turning the Middle East into a pile of rubble, are on the doorstep of Nth Korea which to them may be an act of provocation for just being in their backyard, I cannot believe this bs.

Maybe if our countries packed our bags and stopped enslaving foreign countries through our Jewish banking cartels you wouldn't feel threatened by anyone. They feel threatened by us because we are trying to turn them into us at that is against their teachings. Everything we are doing is seen as evil in their eyes and for a very good reason in some cases.

If you knew anything about Islamic teachings (Not Protestant Islam), you would understand what I'm talking about. The whole problem is the Western Structure and the way it bleeds everything around it. All these people are fighting for is Their freedom outside our pathetic ideologies



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 08:35 PM
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Originally posted by DarknStormy

Originally posted by OtherSideOfTheCoin
It is interesting to note that North Korea has been caught out supplying nuclear technology to other states such a Syria.


Oh really? And where is this nuclear hardware that the Syrians have obtained from the North Koreans?


Bombed by Israel. (that is if you believe the propaganda)


North Korea's Connection

Post-attack analysis also highlighted North Korea's connection to al-Kibar. Shortly after Israel's strike, press reports suggested that the characteristics of the Syrian facility were similar to North Korea's reactor in Yongbyon. David Albright and Paul Brannan of ISIS confirmed this in April 2008. Specifically, they "measured the footprint of the Yongbyon reactor building and compared it to that of the suspected reactor building in Syria and found the two footprints were approximately the same." Prior to Syria's construction of al-Kibar, the Yongbyon model had been the only one of its type built in 35 years.

Video from inside the Syrian facility has also been described as "very, very damning" by a nuclear weapons specialist who spoke to the Washington Post. The video demonstrates that al-Kibar's core design was the same as the Yongbyon reactor, "including a virtually identical configuration and number of holes for fuel rods." The video also shows North Korean personnel inside the site.

Subsequent investigations have revealed that key materials for al-Kibar were smuggled from China and possibly Europe into Syria by Namchongang Trading, a North Korean firm.


Source: www.jewishpolicycenter.org...






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