by Dee McLachlan
Many “good” wars start with a false flag — so one must be wary of a possible conflict with North Korea.
As the story goes, Iraq deserved a “shock and awe” campaign because Saddam Hussein harboured Weapons of Mass Destruction. All the intelligence agencies knew that Iraq had nothing to do with the 9-11 FALSE FLAG attack on New York in 2001, as it had long been in the planning to destroy many countries in the Middle East. The bogus WMD claim was cooked up to destroy Iraq.
Now, it is seems it is Kim Jong Un’s turn. I thought Julius Skoolafish’s comment on Mary’s article insightful:
“[A nuclear attack on Guam] would certainly kill two birds with one stone IF there WAS a ‘nuclear event’ at Guam.
“1. They could blame it on the DPRK (‘North Korea’) and justify its destruction and genocide. 2. They would not have to explain the ongoing and future aftermath of the Fukushima meltdown crisis … So simple – how clever!”
The Weapons Business
I had often thought that maybe the attack on Iraq was just a “Weapons Transaction.” By bombing Iraq, the military Industrial Complex got use (and get rid of) stockpiles of old weapons. I mean, what else would you do with building stockpiles of weapons? If there is no conflict, they just sit there — forcing government to reconsider new orders — and the industry stagnates.
The Military Industrial Complex is reliant on replenishment — use old stuff, so they can invent new and improved ways to destroy things and people. So when a government is constantly in conflict, it’s pay day every day.
This is what was written PRI (Public Radio International), April 2016, in an article entitled, “We’re expending munitions faster than we can replenish them”:
“Secretary of Defense Ash Carter has asked Congress to include funding for 45,000 smart bombs in the Defense Department’s 2017 budget…. “…2 1/2 years of fighting ISIS and continued bombing in Afghanistan have exceeded weapons-use projections.” [Roman Schweizer, aerospace and defense policy analyst]
“Operation Inherent Resolve, the US-led military intervention against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant flies bombing missions in Syria and Iraq… [and] strikes ISIS targets with laser- and GPS-guided bombs, Joint Direct Attack Munition bombs, Joint Standoff Weapons, and air-to-ground missiles, such as the Hellfire… pricetags on these munitions range from around $25,000 to close to $400,000.
“‘In the early days of the [Syria] campaign the Navy fired a bunch of Tomahawk cruise missiles,’ notes Schweizer, ‘and those are in the $1 million cost range…’“
What an unbelievable business model.
Selling the Next Conflict
This is what the North Korea Times wrote on Friday (11/8/17):
Following US President Donald Trump’s warning to North Korea that continued threats against the United States would be met with “fire and fury like the world has never seen,” he received a response from the Kim Jong Un-led regime… [that] the North is “seriously examining the plan for an enveloping strike at Guam through simultaneous fire of four Hwasong-12 intermediate-range strategic ballistic rockets in order to interdict the enemy forces on major military bases on Guam and to signal a crucial warning to the U.S.”
The statement cited General Kim Rak Gyom (North Korea’s Strategic Rocket Forces head) saying that the plan would be finished by mid-August for presentation to Kim Jong Un for approval.
…The level of detail with which North Korea described the proposed strike has left many experts worried… The nuclear nation also took care to specify that the end point of the missiles is not Guam itself, but the waters off its eastern coast – which is 18 to 25 miles off.
…Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has offered that North Korea does not pose an imminent threat to the US and that Americans “should sleep well at night.”
Kim Jung Un, and Donald Trump
So what is all this argy-bargy about?
Mary claims Kim Jung Un is a cabal puppet, and so is this a proxy war being played out between two super powers — China and the US?
I am trying to work out what would the purpose be to create a war around the destruction of North Korea. Who would gain?
History Tells Us
In 1898, the battleship USS Maine was sent to Havana,Cuba, to protect U.S. interests during a Cuban revolt against Spain. On February 14, the vessel exploded and sank. Many Americans blamed Spain, and the incident helped trigger the Spanish-American War. The payoff of that war for the US was great — It gained control of Cuba, Guam, Hawaii and the Philippines.
In 1933, Germany’s parliament building, the Reichstag, went up in flames. The police found a Dutch boy inside and somehow that proved that the Communists did it. Soon there follow a decree limiting all civil rights of the people (thanks to the communist threat). I don’t claim that this started a war, just that it secured the needed legislation for Hitler to gain new powers.
The Lavon Affair: In 1954 Israel did not like the affection America’s president Eisenhower was exhibiting toward Egypt. It then sent Israeli agents into Egypt, dressed up as Egyptians, to do violence to American interests. Unlike Israel’s guilt for sinking the USS Liberty in 1967, which is always denied, in this case all is admitted. That’s because the heroes of the Lavon affair, the agents who dressed up as Egyptians, demanded medals!
Talking about Warheads
Do you remember the reports about the missing warhead in North Carolina? On September 5, 2013 Infowars wrote:
“Senator Lindsay Graham has warned South Carolinians about the threat of a ‘terrorist nuclear attack’ on the same day our exclusive high level military intel revealed to us that nuclear warheads were being shipped to South Carolina from a major Texas airforce base under an ‘off the record’ black ops transfer.
“[a CBS report details] Graham’s warning that a lack of military action in Syria could result in a nuclear ‘bombing’ in Charleston, South Carolina — the very destination of the black ops nuclear transfer.
Many alternative reports claimed that top military personnel resigned, as the nuclear device was to be used in a false flag. Reports allege that it was then detonated in the ocean 600 miles from Charleston on October 8 (2013), causing a 4.5 magnitude earthquake measurement.
I see the North Korea US rhetoric as a classic example of laying the ground for a potential false flag. Even in Australia, the media has hyped up that Australia could be a target. What!
Why in the world would Kim Jung Un fire a missile all the way “down under”? For what purpose? It feels like Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is preparing us for something. And that she in turn has been “prepared.” What script is the media reading from?
False Flag and a New World Order?
Could there be plans for a false flag being laid out? This one would be very hard to prove. It might be hard for Trump to decifer what is real and what is fake.
A simple detonation of a warhead near Guam could set the fireworks in that region ablaze.
I am making a tentative case (inspired by Julius Skoolafish’s comments), that any explosion going off could be easily scripted as being from the DPRK (‘North Korea’). A war there would disguise the Fukushima radiation, use up more munitions, and be a used as a proxy war between two super powers. It may even be a way to undermine Trump. And as no one in the West cares for North Korea or the North Koreans — it would be the perfect patsy state. Actually, no one really cares for Guam.
Hot heads Trump and Kim Jong Un would be the perfect puppets as actors in the staged (false flag) theater. And the audience would be none the wiser.
Thus, could the use of nuclear weapons on a country like North Korea be a trigger for the UN or “global government” to step in and say “enough is enough.” There needs to be one world governing body to avoid all this –and as Bush senior once famously said, we need “A New World Order.”
The stage is set for a classic false flag. Oh boy!