War! What is it good for?
No one for a minute expects the North Koreans to be a match for the USA. Never mind what ever the North Korean nuclear capability may be. It still won’t be enough to match the USA’s.
Neither does it matter that North Korea appears to have the biggest ‘Dads Army’ in the world. Fuck me, most of them don’t look capable of holding a rifle let alone pulling the trigger.
Never the less, they could double that number and still the mighty North Korean Geriatric Marching Brigade will end up welded to the countries infrastructure.
But that isn’t the fucking point.
The point is, the Americans are doing everything in their power to goad the North Koreans Mental Midget, Hoo Flung Dung into doing something that everybody in the world might not live to regret.
Don’t think for one moment that dissolving Korea into a nuclear waste land will be the end of it. If Flung Dung, takes the bait, Armageddon will quickly follow.
Once again, we are all being put at great risk by the armed wing of the NWO.
It is only our puppet governments and their mad cunt puppeteers who want this war.
DO NOT LET IT HAPPEN.
‘N Korea Army has final approval for nuclear attack on US’
The North Korean Army says it has received final approval for a nuclear attack on the United States in response to Washington’s threats and its planned deployment of an advanced ballistic missile system to the Pacific island of Guam.
The General Staff of the Korean People’s Army (KPA) said in a statement issued Thursday that the threats by the US would be “smashed by… cutting-edge smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear strike means.”
“The merciless operation of (our) revolutionary armed forces in this regard has been finally examined and ratified,” said the statement published by the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA).
“The US had better ponder over the prevailing grave situation,” it added.
“In view of this situation, the KPA General Staff in charge of all operations will take powerful practical military counteractions in succession,” the statement said.
War of words escalated between Washington and Pyongyang after the participation of nuclear-capable US B-52s and B-2 stealth bombers in ongoing joint military drills with South Korea.
On March 11, Seoul and Washington launched their annual joint military maneuvers near the Korean Peninsula despite warnings from Pyongyang. The drills involved 10,000 South Korean soldiers and about 3,000 US troops.
Meanwhile, the Pentagon said on Wednesday that Washington would deploy the ballistic Terminal High Altitude Area Defense System (THAAD) to Guam in the coming weeks.
The US has also sent two Aegis anti-missile destroyers to the western Pacific to intercept any strike against its soil.
“They (the McCain and the Decatur) will be poised to respond to any missile threats to our allies or our territory,” Pentagon spokesman George Little said on Tuesday.
Last week, North Korea said that its military should be prepared to attack “all US military bases in the Asia-Pacific region, including the US mainland, Hawaii, and Guam” as well as South Korea.
The announcement came days after South Korea and the US signed a new military pact in response to what they called even low-level provocations by Pyongyang.
US provokes two Koreas to besiege China: US expert
Washington’s provocative moves against North Korea are conducted with the ultimate aim of encircling US arch-rival China, a political analyst tells Press TV.
“Clearly US officials, the administration of Pentagon, [and] the elite in the United States see China as a competitor of the United States in the long run,” Richard Becker of the US-based anti-war ANSWER coalition said in an exclusive interview with Press TV on Tuesday.
“So they are targeting North Korea right now but the overall strategy is one of surrounding China and Korea with military bases that stretch from Japan to the Philippines including Taiwan and the direct deployment of US naval and air forces all over the region,” he explained.
The remarks come amid reports of the United States sending a guided-missile destroyer, the USS Fitzgerald, to the southwestern coast of the Korean Peninsula, citing the possibility of a rocket launch by Pyongyang.
In late March, advanced, radar-evading F-22 Raptors were deployed to the main US Air Force base in South Korea in a move Washington described as part of its commitment to defend the Asian country in the face of military threats from the North.
Earlier in the month, two US nuclear-capable B-2 stealth bombers flew out of Whiteman Air Force base in Missouri and dropped dummy ordnance on targets in South Korea and completed the 13,000-mile round trip in a “single continuous mission.”
“Here in the United States what we hear through the mainstream media, the corporate media, is all about rhetoric coming from North Korea. How that is translated we don’t really know but we do know for sure that very provocative actions are emanating from the United States,” Becker noted.
“When that happened there was of course North Korea which had virtually its entire infrastructure destroyed. No building was left,” he said, referring to the B-2 stealth bombers’ virtual strike on North Korean targets.
He also criticized new round of UN sanctions imposed against Pyongyang as another act of a provocation against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. The sanctions followed on the heels of North Korea’s nuclear test in February and led to an escalation of Pyongyang’s rhetoric against Washington and Seoul.