As the US beats the war drums to attack North Korea, most Americans have no idea the US is responsible for the dictatorship’s nuclear arsenal.
For more than a decade, North Korea has been unsuccessfully attempting to prove its military might to the world through a series of failed missile launches, nuclear proliferation, and threats to anyone who attempts to come near their border. And for more than half a century, the US has enabled and funded it. If North Korea does ever launch a nuke, it will be because the US government and its assets helped to put it in their hands.
In spite of threatening nuclear war on the world, however, most countries have never acted on their threats. However, the Trump administration appears to want to change that. . . . Read Complete Report
Sneaking into North Korea was one of the hardest and weirdest processes VICE has ever dealt with. In North Korea, if you get caught being a journalist when you’re supposed to be a tourist, you go to jail, or worse. Our rare footage is some of the craziest ever captured, providing an honest look inside the hermit nation.
In the escalating political cauldron of North Korea, Russian media is stating that some of the rhetoric of war has been mistranslated and amplified by the media. Buzzsaw host Tyrel Ventura and producer Tabetha Wallace discuss North Korea’s “Lil’ Kim.”
U.S. Moves Towards War With North Korea – WW3 Watch
Published on Apr 8, 2013
A recent agreement between the U.S. and South Korea drastically increases the likelihood of U.S. troops engaging North Korea militarily. The movement of U.S. naval destroyers into the region indicate that this is not empty talk.
Featured Photo: Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center 5 MWe experimental Magnox reactor, North Korea. CREDIT: Keith Luse, Senior Professional Staff Member, U.S. Senate. SOURCE: Wikipedia (Public Domain)
Secret Meetings? Will the next ‘black-flag’ incident to enable the Controllers to further tighten the reins on more of our freedoms be directed from North Korea? Interesting development. . . . EDITOR
Posted By Josh Rogin Tuesday, April 9, 2013 – 2:08 PM
A top State Department official met with a top representative of the North Korean government in New York in March, The Cable has learned.
Clifford Hart, the State Department’s special envoy to the now-defunct six-party talks, met North Korea’s deputy ambassador to the United Nations Han Song-ryol in mid-March, just before North Korea began its latest string of provocative statements and actions, diplomatic sources said. The meeting was done through what’s known in diplomatic circles as the “New York channel,” the most common method of direct communication between Washington and Pyongyang. . . . Read Complete Report
North Korea has been in the news a lot recently, so we thought we’d make a video about how North Koreans ended up in the situation they’re in. From the Korean war, to independence in the South, to Kim Jong-un also known as ‘Fatty the Third’.
Former CIA Director
told LIGNET this week that the possibility of North Korea launching a nuclear attack is “somewhere between extremely remote and zero,” but that he believes the current situation with the North is extremely dangerous and is becoming more so by the year. The cycle of threats by North Korea followed by promises of aid must be broken, he said.
In this exclusive interview, General Hayden talks about the strategy behind North Korea’s belligerent rhetoric and provides his assessment of whether the Kim Jong Un regime is really intent on conducting an attack (All Rights Reserved LIGNET.com). . . Read Complete Report
EOUL, Jan. 23 (Yonhap) — North Korea has completed all technical preparations for a nuclear test and can carry it out in a few days if it makes a decision, a South Korean intelligence source said Wednesday.
North Korea had dug up a tunnel for a test at its Punggye-ri nuclear test site, but the tunnel has now been plugged with dirt and concrete, the source said, suggesting that all measuring and other equipment has already been installed inside.