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Americans once carpet-bombed North Korea. It’s time to remember that past.

Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 15, 2017

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/aug/13/america-carpet-bombed-north-korea-remember-that-past

It was 64 years ago that North Koreans emerged from this war into a living nightmare, after three years of “rain and ruin” by the US air force. Pyongyang had been razed to the ground, with the Air Force stating in official documents that the North’s cities suffered greater damage than German and Japanese cities firebombed during World War II.

We decimated the population. They didn’t surrender, we didn’t win. Sound familiar?

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Prime Time News Anchor Makes Stunning Confession (Video)

Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 13, 2017

http://www.thedailysheeple.com/prime-time-news-anchor-makes-stunning-confession-video_082017

Brian Williams says media’s job is to scare us to death.

Whatever he is doing, it works. More people than ever are afraid of clowns.

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Guam Fliers Aim to Prepare Islanders for Nuclear War – News From Antiwar.com

Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 13, 2017

http://news.antiwar.com/2017/08/11/guam-fliers-aim-to-prepare-islanders-for-nuclear-war/

The sad fact is an empire building attack is what NK, Russia and any enemy du jour, on the other side of the planet, surrounded by US military bases has to live with. Now we are getting a taste. 

Most victims, Russia, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Syria, never attacked US. Saudi Arabia did attack us and we shower them with arms and support. 

Follow the oil sales money.

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North Korea Nuke Attack- What- Me Worry?

Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 9, 2017

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http://www.cnn.com/2017/01/23/europe/trident-missile-failure-theresa-may/index.html

https://www.rt.com/usa/393621-navy-missile-defense-test-fail/

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elliott-negin/us-missile-defense-progra_b_11001052.html

Congress is currently considering expanding the U.S. national missile defense system, despite the fact that — nearly 15 years after the Bush administration began deploying it — it has not been demonstrated to work under real-world conditions and is not on a path to do so.

Any nuke missile launch is bad but why the big hubbub over the two or three NK might launch at once? I think the Pentagram doth protest too much.

Back in Cold War I we had Cray supercomputers that could track hundreds of Soviet missiles at once, separating fake from real and launching the missiles that would save the country. All very expensive.

What has happened? Probably nothing. I doubt the technology worked then, it doesn’t work now. Read the rest of this entry »

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Endless Wars-Winning Is Not In The Plan

Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 2, 2017

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2017/08/patrick-j-buchanan/endless-wars/

Unless we believe Kim is a suicidal madman, his goal seems clear. He wants what every nuclear power wants — the ability to strike his enemy’s homeland with horrific impact, in order to deter that enemy.

Kim wants his regime recognized and respected, and the U.S., which carpet-bombed the North from 1950-1953, out of Korea.

A time for truth. U.S. sanctions on North Korea, like those voted for by Congress last week, are not going to stop Kim from acquiring ICBMs. He is too close to the goal line.

And any pre-emptive strike on the North could trigger a counterattack on Seoul by massed artillery on the DMZ, leaving tens of thousands of South Koreans dead, alongside U.S. soldiers and their dependents.

We could be in an all-out war to the finish with the North, a war the American people do not want to fight. Read the rest of this entry »

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Trump Intel Chief: North Korea Learned From Libya War to “Never” Give Up Nukes

Posted by Martin C. Fox on July 31, 2017

https://theintercept.com/2017/07/29/dan-coats-north-korea-nukes-nuclear-libya-regime-change/

THE MEDIA IS NOW filled with headlines about North Korea’s missile test on Friday, which demonstrated that its ICBMs may be able to reach the continental U.S. What isn’t mentioned in any of these stories is how we got to this point — in particular, what Dan Coats, President Donald Trump’s Director of National Intelligence, explained last week at the Aspen Security Forum.

North Korea’s 33-year-old dictator Kim Jong-un is not crazy, said Coats. In fact, he has “some rationale backing his actions” regarding the country’s nuclear weapons. That rationale is the way the U.S. has demonstrated that North Korea must keep them to ensure “survival for his regime, survival for his country.” Read the rest of this entry »

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What To Do About Korea – LewRockwell

Posted by Martin C. Fox on July 1, 2017

https://lewrockwell.com/2017/07/patrick-j-buchanan/what-to-do-about-korea/

The commonest error in politics,” Lord Salisbury reminded us, “is sticking to the carcass of dead policies.”

The U.S. would give Seoul notice that we will, by a date certain, be dissolving our mutual security treaty and restoring our full freedom to decide whether or not to fight in a new Korean War. Given the present risk of war, possibly involving nuclear weapons, it is absurd that we should be obligated to fight what Mattis says would be a “catastrophic” war, because of a treaty negotiated six decades ago by Eisenhower and Dulles.

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Buchanan foreign policy. I hope someone is listening.

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US to attempt first ICBM intercept test | TheHill

Posted by Martin C. Fox on May 28, 2017

http://thehill.com/policy/defense/335342-us-to-attempt-first-icbm-intercept-test

The Pentagon will attempt to shoot down an intercontinental missile for the first time in a test next week, with the goal of preparing for such a strike from North Korea, ABC News reported. Read the rest of this entry »

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Endless Atrocities: The US Role in Creating the North Korean Fortress-State

Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 28, 2017

http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2017/04/67216.html#more-67216

Lemay estimated the US “killed off” some “20% of the [North Korean] population.”  (For comparison, the highest percentage of population lost in World War II was in Poland, which lost approximately 16.93 to 17.22% of its people overall.)  Dean Rusk, who later became a Secretary of State, said the US targeted and attempted to execute every person “that moved” in North Korea, and tried to knock over “every brick standing on top of another.”

Boggs gives many examples of mass atrocities, one taking place in 1950 when the US rounded up “nearly 1,000 civilians” who were then “beaten, tortured, and shot to death by US troops”, another in Pyongyang when the US summarily executed 3,000 people, “mostly women and children”, and another when the US executed some 6,000 civilians, many with machine guns, many by beheading them with sabres.  He notes this list, just of the major atrocities, “goes on endlessly.”

Korea being the “forgotten war” may be no accident.

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It’s Time to Stop Pretending North Korea Is a Threat to the United States

Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 21, 2017

http://theantimedia.org/north-korea-threat-us/

In what universe does it make sense that Kim Jong-un would think attacking an “enemy” in the region would be beneficial? On Monday, Anti-Media reported on the fact that former Pentagon chief William Perry told CNN in November that North Korea would never strike first because, very simply, Kim doesn’t want to die.

“I do not believe the North Korean regime is suicidal,” he said. “Therefore, I don’t believe they’re going to launch an unprovoked nuclear attack on anyone.” Read the rest of this entry »

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