Korea – the real story

The world is being fooled with respect to the real reason behind the North Korea (NK) attack on South Korea (SK) two days ago.

The real reason relates to the recent unveiling of the full extent of NK’s nuclear program. The change in leadership was behind their unusual actions in revealing their “might” to the world as a ruffling of new feathers, a rattling of the sabre being handed off from father to son. This gesture however, intended to be threatening, instead proved to be the source of this conflict.

According to my sources, immediately following this nuclear revelation there was a massive investigation as to NK’s primary source of uranium. Surprisingly, it was discovered that the culprit was a well-established American uranium mining company. The problem with going after this company is that it is also a major supplier to the west. So a plan was hatched.

The supply of uranium to NK was immediately stopped and false intelligence was planted, pointing the finger at SK. The US informed SK of this situation in advance. SK was urged to show restraint in its response and wait for US reinforcements to arrive. The military back-up was also planned in advance and it is being executed now. Since many SK citizens were unhappy about the show of restraint, the SK defence minister was fired to ensure that nobody suspected their SK government of allowing this attack to happen (which they did – they knew about it in advance).

China is staying well out of this entire debacle.

It does of course serve western and SK interests to have NK initiate military aggression – they are counting on the international community to roundly condemn NK for its acts.

The only thing missing from this story over the last couple of days, is “why”. Why did North Korea attack? The above scenario provides the true answer.

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  1. schroederra

    This story is unclearly told. “The supply of uranium to NK was immediately stopped and false intelligence was planted, pointing the finger at SK. The US informed SK of this situation in advance. SK was urged to show restraint in its response and wait for US reinforcements to arrive.”Were they trying to make it look like SK was supplying the uranium? Why? Will look elsewhere for clarification.

  2. the author

    Thanks, you are quite right – I was unclear. SK was made to look like it caused the uranium supply to dry up, although SK knew nothing about this. This is why they were informed of the plan and reassured about US military back-up being poised nearby and ready to intimidate. This plan serves several purposes: it stops NK from getting most of its uranium from the western mining company, without the awkwardness of revealing the situation since the US still deals wtih this company; it encourages NK aggression, enabling SK to change its military policy and justifying an increase in SK’s military strength, in advance of the NK regime change. As mentioned this plan also promotes censure against NK which is also helpful to the west.

  3. So the biggest problem in the NK and Sk skurmish is actually USA makes sense really .

  4. the author

    also interesting is the fact that the SK President’s top “security aide” has now been appointed Defense Minister. This security aide likely served as secret liaison between the US and SK. So this also makes sense – they might as well put him right into the appropriate position so that he can quickly carry out his American instructions, now that things have really heated up.

  5. Benjamin The Devilish Devil Dog

    When someone tells me of American crimes I sigh and reply, no American blunders. In the end it is our allies and or our military men and women who ultimately pay the price for greed.

    While troops have been the pawns in Korea since the end of President Truman’s Police Action, going to war without the consent or declaration of war from Congress establishing precedent that has given American Presidents more war powers than traditional kings?

    I suppose as long as there is profit, we will see troops in Korea though I wouldn’t be surprised to see PMCs over there.

    Laast but not least, talking with other Veterans and a few who still serve the burning questions is “So why did we invade Iraq over alleged WMDs when it was no secret about Korea’s program? Oh silly me, Korea has no oil?”




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