Oct 07, 2013

north-korea-south-korea-pyongyang-nuclear-strike-pre-emptive-missile-black-journalism-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationAccording to the Interational Business Times, North Korea has threatened nuclear strikes against both their neighbor and U.S. ally S. Korea, as well as the United States itself.

As we’ve covered here before, we do not necessarily believe that North Korea’s leadership – as dumb as they obviously are – probably don’t even have that wide of range of nuclear capabilities to strike the United States, even if that’s their biggest wet dream. But for the sake of argument, let’s say these threats were made. As IB Times reports:

Under the US-South Korea agreement, the two countries vowed to attack North Korea if there are indications it will use its nuclear weapons. The strategy is being dubbed as “customised deterrence”.

North Korea has denounced the agreement and said it will not hesitate to attack US and South Korean interests if they resort to “such military provocations”.

Oh, so wait a second: They’re not threatening the mainland U.S., as the story title misleadingly suggests ; Rather, they are threatening S. Korea and our military bases stationed in the area, based on threats made by S. Korea against them first. So really, they’re just reacting to S. Korea’s actions, not just coming out and threatening to turn one of our cities into a glass crater or anything like that. This is a common “black journalism” tactic that incites further animosity against North Korea at a time when they are already weakened politically by sanctions and have little-to-no capability to do any real damage to those threatening them. Whether this is setting the stage for a false flag event on one of our bases in the area or not remains to be seen, but I have a feeling that’s what is happening.