Is North Korea a False Flag in Progress//Reasons for our Retaliatory Provocations to NK

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posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 05:01 AM
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Today I had the weirdest thought while lurking through endless lists of North Korea threads, and it involves the US sending B52's and Missile defense systems there, along with whatever else we're doing to seemingly get sand in little kimmy's coochy. It goes something like this:

Imagine if North Korea does end up launching a missile, depending on what/where its used (subs, planes, ground launcher, etc), those could be very tough pinpoint until they make contact with their targets. What if we aren't as scared and sheepish as we've been acting in the media and generally regarding the situation, what if we've been preparing for this moment for some time now, amassing many hundreds of missiles all over the country in various places? What if, the second lil kim launches his bottle rocket, we let loose the biggest rocket launch the world has ever seen? Imagine hundreds if not thousands of rockets, artillery, sub launchings, plane bombing runs, coming from the US all at once to NK, nobody could possibly be able to tell what's coming back at us. In the 'fog of war' as they say, I imagine it would be more than possible for our government to bomb strategic areas in the mainland, what exactly I'm not so sure. Maybe the fed so they don't have to worry about that gold (har har), or maybe just areas where there'd be lots of resistance to obama aka places with a heavy density of republican voters?

What if, this whole situation is the final chesspiece for the NWO? If the US is bombed all over, martial law would almost have to be set to effect. Depending on how serious damage is globally, whole nations could be wiped out completely. Chaos would ensue as citizens worldwide would suddenly find themselves leaderless and policeless, and there will be a call everywhere for the UN to take control of the situation. Little do they know, to the UN, taking control of the situation means taking control, of the world...dun dun dunnnn.

So, there's my theory, if that's what you could even call it. What do you all think? Am I crazy or may I in fact be onto something here?




posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 05:43 AM
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I vote crazy.

Your post left me with more questions than answers. I am willing to say that there might be a conspiracy, and the thought of this being a false flag has crossed my mind as well.

The whole NWO part does seem like quite a leap though. Whats the motivation?

If you ask me, the world elite already has world domination, or at least as much as they could ever want or need. You propose some Orwellian future as their goal, with a completely subdued population, martial law, and all that jazz. But frankly I don't see, what they have to gain from this. Having a worldwide dictatorship would require an almost endless amount of resources to obtain and sustain.

Today the world population takes care of itself, and still serves the elite. They have no reasons to upset this order, unless they absolutely have to. So unless the world is ending soon or something like that, I have to find your theory very implausible.

Why would anyone want world domination?
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posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 05:52 AM
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I can understand in principle how this might work, but not with North Korea.

If the US is bombed all over, martial law would almost have to be set to effect. Depending on how serious damage is globally, whole nations could be wiped out completely.
I think the world believes North Korea doesn't have sufficient power to wipe out the US, let alone other nations. This false flag wouldn't be believed.



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 06:00 AM
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If you ever notice, what is played out as the latest fear-porn on the msm outlets is always echoed here at ATS. I think this situation with NK is no different than the usual scare tactics the pretty people on TV use to keep everyone focused on percieved external threats when the real threats to the country are right here at home.

In a week or so of NK not doing anything they will move on to some other threatening menace and the general population will go back to not being able to even find Korea on a globe. (Not that most Americans can do that anyways.)



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 07:17 AM
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op does bring up a good point. msm is basically feeding the fervor around nk, and its military implications. a terrorist strike in the homeland will provide the rational and logical consequence of martial law. it would start out as "temporary, until the perpetrators are found and brought to justice". the crux is that there could be any number of enemies of the state that could do such a thing, including the government itself. all of a sudden, nk situation would become a non issue. nk could back out without losing face, saying that the capitalist pigs have enough on their plate. it would provide the gov't a way to control its population and pursue investigations without constitutional restraint. especially provide a way for gov't to fund a massive war on terror in its own homeland. yeah, maybe i spend too much time reading ats, but its hard to find coincidence when so many political hands are at play.



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 07:43 AM
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NK's nothing more than a proxy saber rattling by China. NK doesn't have the means to do any harm to anyone and in fact SK just laughs at NK and the US because they know nothing will come of it. nothing more then a game so i wouldn't worry about them.

if the US keeps acting like they are doing something and agitates little kim then we could see a meltdown of refugees into and already resource strapped China and millions would die, same thing in SK, millions of refugees would be a disaster for everyone.

the US is doing nothing to help and everything to harm, they want a conflict of some kind to make money off of and divert our obvious death spiral of an economy, that's all this is to them.



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 09:07 AM
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The reasons are simple. We back Un into a corner of his own making, and put ourselves in a better position when HE begs to come to the table to talk. Time is on our side, not his.



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 09:29 AM
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Time is on our side


To the contrary, the US is rising for a fall and living on borrowed time.

No one knows for sure what imperial provocation will be the last straw, but since we won't govern ourselves with dignity and respect for others, others will, at some point in time, clean our clock for us. That's an historical maxim.



posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 09:33 AM
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