We have a very hazy picture of what North Korea really is all about. All the while we’ve seen how they can afford to launch multiple ICBMs in one testing session, without really being an economic powerhouse like the case in the South. How did they survive through all these years of Western sanctions? Continue reading
Seoul Says, Open the Rail Ties to the Eurasian Land-Bridge, to Proceed to Reunification
Although the hacking of Sony turns out to be perpetrated by a disgruntled employee, there’s still a validity for the theory about a different scenario, i.e. Grassy Knoll 2.0 — the assassination of Barry Soetoro.
That’s because, up to this point, the FBI is still sticking into its own version, i.e. that the evidence it had gathered only points to North Korea as culprit.
We’ve watched The Interview yesterday just to understand what the fuss is all about.
And just like “America – Imagine the World Without Her”, it lacks the depth and accuracy of the prevailing geopolitical weather on the ground. Both films share the character of a typical propaganda that only mainstream brainwashed talking heads would subscribe on with.
With the economic embargo being imposed on North Korea, we don’t agree to the FBI’s assertion that it has the bandwidth capability to launch a cyber-attack on a technologically superior US-Japanese company. There certainly is no precedent for North Korea to have done an attack like this one in the past.
It looks like The Interview and the subsequent false flag hacking of Sony may be more than just to annoy North Korea.
If left alone the two Koreas would have reunited long ago. It is only when a third party keep sowing political intrigue that a division is sustained.
Just like a persistent bacteria that hinders the complete healing of a wound, the West keeps its “democratically” infested colonies from working together towards mutual progress.