United States Will Impose New Sanctions on North Korea

Aug 15, 2010 | Politics

Classic Examples of the Deceptive Methods used Nowadays by the Majority of the Political Forces

They use some ‘hot spots’, that they have deliberately invented, such as North Korea or Iraq, to create a ‘false’ debate about problems which are of little or no relevance to the world. Of course, the whole debate is supported by some wise guys who make a lot of money inventing seemingly good arguments that cover obvious lies.

The method consists in creating a false problem that can be easily handled, and at the same time will provide a good enough reason for illegal actions to take place i.e. arms sales, stealing resources etc. These actions ultimately create fear in people and support for the freemasonry leadership (or the chosen ones above them).

Many people have disclosed this scheme from political, economical and strategical standpoints, and yet, because of the power of the controlled media, it becomes increasingly difficult to even speak about it, as their defenders are so vocal and fanatical, that one significant voice will be immediately flattened.

The endless debates upon what happens in these “hot” countries has no real relevance for the people who are served the story, and yet they accept it, because it was served to them with blood and soaked in fear. The “lemmings” from these countries, who are becoming fat and lack any initiative (there are currently talks to modify the medical definition where one is declared obese in order for some countries to look a little better in statistics 😉 guess where?) just ingurgitate everything that they are given, without any discernment. It has all become a giant entertainment industry, very much like the ” panem et circenses ” from the Roman Times. It is not a coincidence that some of the lunatics in power today dream of restoring the Western Roman Empire.

In the news today we hear more about the situation in Baghdad than the situation in Lisbon or New Orleans, unless … something extremely big is happening, and then we may get a short glimpse. We have seen the market places now so many times in Kabul, for example, that we know the names there, however we are unaware of the disasters that the masonic leadership brings into our own backyard!

It becomes almost a vice of the western media today, to lie and deceive “for the greater good”. Maybe it is a greater good … but it is the greater good for the small group of people who will reap all the benefits 😉

See the following: a typical intoxicating piece of news that is meant to reduce the intelligence level of people to zero…

(The following article was taken from BBC news)

US announces new sanctions against North Korea

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced the sanctions after a visit to the Demilitarized Zone separating North and South Korea

The US will impose new sanctions on North Korea, following the crisis over the sinking of a South Korean warship.

The move was announced by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during a visit to South Korea. She said the measures would target Pyongyang’s sale and purchase of arms and import of luxury goods, and would help prevent nuclear proliferation.

China has expressed concern over joint US-South Korean naval exercises, saying they could increase tensions.

An international inquiry blamed North Korea for sinking the Cheonan warship in March, with the loss of 46 lives, but Pyongyang has denied any involvement.

Speaking at a news conference in Seoul, Mrs Clinton said the measures would increase Washington’s ability to “prevent North Korea’s proliferation, to halt their illicit activities that help fund their weapons programmes, and to discourage further provocative actions”.

She said the sanctions were not directed at the North Korean people but at the “misguided and malign priorities of their government”.


North Korea is already one of the most sanctioned countries on the planet, but it appears the US is determined to squeeze it further.

In a large part this visit has all been about symbolism – in particular the trip to the heavily fortified border, where Mrs Clinton was able to get her own close-up glimpse of the old adversary, and now these large scale military exercises, all quite clearly designed to send a message of deterrence to North Korea.

But it is the sanctions that will cause the most upset. North Korea had said right from the start that it would see any new sanctions as an act of war, so I think we can safely expect a pretty strong reaction from Pyongyang over the next few days.

The BBC’s John Sudworth in Seoul says few details were given about how the sanctions would work, but that they were clearly intended as punishment for the alleged attack on the ship.

hilaryclintonMrs Clinton said she expected North Korea to “take certain steps that would acknowledge their responsibility” for the incident and to move towards denuclearisation.

“They know very well that they made commitments over the last years to the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula which they have reneged on and which we expect them to once
again adhere to,” she told reporters.

“We are looking for irreversible denuclearisation.”

The announcement came after Mrs Clinton and US Defence Secretary Robert Gates visited the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea, in a show of support for Seoul following the sinking of the Cheonan in March.

‘Very vigilant’

Speaking at the DMZ, Mrs Clinton said she wanted Pyongyang to know “there is another way”.

The visit to the DMZ was the closest a US cabinet member has been to North Korea since 2000
“But until they change direction, the United States stands firmly on behalf of the people and government of the Republic of Korea, where we provide a stalwart defence along with our allies and partners.”

The warship dispute has led to heightened tensions between North and South Korea in recent months.

On Tuesday, the nominee to be US director of national intelligence warned that the incident might herald a “dangerous new period”.

James Clapper told a Senate hearing that Pyongyang might seek “to advance its internal and external political goals through direct attacks”.

Mr Gates said there were signs Pyongyang was becoming more provocative as it prepared for its ailing leader, Kim Jong-il, to hand over power.

“I think it is something that we have to look at very closely, we have to keep it in mind and be very vigilant,” he said.

Mr Gates said the US was taking steps to “further strengthen deterrence and also demonstrate our determination not to be intimidated”.

But our correspondent says Pyongyang is unlikely to heed the warnings from Washington – it has already dismissed upcoming US-South Korean naval exercises as “dangerous sabre-rattling”.

The first manoeuvres, in the Sea of Japan (East Sea) for four days from Sunday, will involve the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS George Washington and 20 other ships and submarines, as well as 100 aircraft and 8,000 personnel. Later exercises will take place in the Yellow Sea.
China has objected to any foreign military operations in the Yellow Sea, which is on the western side of the Korean Peninsula.
On Wednesday, China expressed “deep concern” over the plans.
“We urge relevant parties to remain calm and exercise restraint and not do anything to exacerbate regional tensions,” said Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang.
North and South Korea technically remain at war because their three-year conflict ended in an armistice in 1953 and no peace treaty was signed. The US has since stationed thousands of troops in South Korea.

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