Friday, December 13, 2013

World War 3 Watch: Media building campaign against North Korea.

"December has always been a month in which something happens with North Korea," Cha said. "And we're only halfway through it."  Article courtesy of CNN here.

In today's Friday, 13 headline we have an article stating Kim Jung Un, the new leader of North Korea after his father's passing, has assassinated his uncle.  His uncle was a high ranking member in the political party.  This of course, is based on our nation's intelligence.

By the end of the article, the author is arguing that this assassination, and other recent knee-jerk actions by Kim Jung Un, make him a likely candidate to shoot of a nuclear missile without much warning.  By the end of the article, the author states CNN almost always does something in December, but "we're only halfway through it."  In other words, he is referencing that nothing major has happened yet, but it very well could.

We now have CNN keeping us up to date on three buildings wars, all at once; a war with Syria, a war with Iran, and a war with North Korea.  What about diplomacy?  What about the United Nations?  The real reason we can't have peace with North Korea, is because they won't accept McDonald's and the rest of the corporactocracy that comes with it.  They don't want to become America, or the West, like much of the rest of the world is doing.  In that regard, who is the real bully?  The isolated nations of North Korea, Iran and Syria?  And if the United States is to accuse North Korea for being a threat for assassinating a leader, let us get a real investigation into what happened to Senator Paul Wellstone in October of 2002, who died under curious circumstances.  If you're not aware of who Paul Wellstone was, he was pretty much the lone duck Senator speaking out against the PATRIOT Act and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq in the post-911 era.  When his plane went down, it wasn't a surprise, sadly.  The report on his accident can be read here.

From the report:
According to air traffic control records, the flight had proceeded without incident until its last moments. Wellstone’s plane took off at 9:37 a.m. from Minneapolis-St. Paul, received permission to climb to 13,000 feet at 9:48 a.m., and received clearance to descend towards Eveleth at 10:01 a.m., at which time the pilot was told there was icing at the 9,000-11,000 foot level. The plane began its descent at 10:10 a.m., passed through the icing altitude without apparent difficulty, and at 10:18 a.m. was cleared for approach to the airport. A minute later, at 3,500 feet, the plane began to drift away from the runway. It was last sighted at 10:21 a.m., flying at 1,800 feet.
Carmody said that the impact area was 300 feet by 190 feet, with evidence of “extreme post-crash fire.” The plane apparently was headed south, away from the Eveleth runway, when it hit the ground. “The angle was steeper than would be expected in a normal stabilized standardized approach,” she said. Some press reports cited eyewitness accounts of a near-vertical plunge.

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