posted on Apr, 12 2013 @ 03:02 PM
Seems a bit too convenient to me. Almost as if we're seeing information intended to geek up both political ethoses inside the US in an effort to
ensure public acceptance of America's next war. On one side we have NK threatening to nuke the US... a threat which makes about half the US
immediately come fully on board with turning NK into a grease spot on the map. On the other side we have "Look at the poor, helpless North Koreans
being abused by their government... we have to do something to help them!"... an issue which makes the other half of the US come on board with
turning Kim John Un into a grease spot.
In reality, this should be a completely black and white issue when viewed logically. The existence of human rights violations, starvation, absence of
freedoms, etc. within North Korea's borders is absolutely none of the USA's business. Hell, we can't feed our hungry and preserve our freedoms in
the US using our own tax dollars as it is... now we're supposed to care about a foreign nation? The real problem is whether or not North Korea has
the ability and desire (which we know the desire is there) to use WMDs against US interests. If the answer to that is "Yep, sure do" then the US
can certainly provide a nudge to the citizens of NK to pull themselves out of their human rights fiasco. Drop leaflets across NK which say "The
bombings will stop when Kim John Un and his cabinet have been drug to Kaesong and left there for inspection and identity validation by US
representatives." Problem solved.