We usually like to keep things fun and light here at the Semitic Truth Center. However, this doesn’t mean that we don’t also do serious articles as well. The North Korea fear mongering and war talk is reaching new highs each day. Just this morning I saw that they are now threatening to attack Guam. Guam?! Of course, we as normal citizens have limited information to go on but that doesn’t mean we can’t take the information we do have and use our common sense to try to form some sort of picture as to what is going on. The purpose of this piece is to take a look at what we’re being told from several different angles, compare it to the information we have and try to draw a picture that makes at least some form of sense. I’m going to go through several narratives we’ve been given, some facts and yes we’re going to form some theories even though we are lacking enough information to draw definitive conclusions. The thing is, this is very very important and if there is a topic that deserves our time in stopping and studying, I believe this is one of them. Now, let’s take a moment to look at some of the explanations of events and what I think about this situation one by one.
Kim Jong-Un is crazy.
He’s a mad man I tell ya!
One of the most limp dick excuses someone can give you to explain your observation that everything you’re being told doesn’t line up with reality is, “Well yeah but he’s crazy!” Can I explain all of Kim’s actions? No but I can explain many of them. However when presented with the choice between “I’m being lied to” and “He’s crazy!” I will lean toward choice #1 each and every time. Literally insane people rising to power isn’t unheard of in history however it is pretty rare. If you ask me my opinion on Stalin, I can think of all sorts of words to describe the man and what he did but “crazy” isn’t one of them. Thus, now that we have established that “He’s just crazy” isn’t an acceptable explanation when what we’re being told doesn’t make sense we should keep that in mind moving forward whenever we’re given this explanation in response to our pointing out that what we are being told doesn’t line up with reality.
North and South Korea want the same thing.
This proposition may sound silly at first glance but trust me, Grandpa Lampshade has thought about this quite a bit. The one thing that both North and South Korea want is for the status quo in their relationship to remain. First as to what Kim himself wants personally. Kim Jong-Un wants the same thing that all rulers want: to remain in power. North Korea may be isolated but trust me, they’re aware of world events. They have watched what has happened to countries and leaders who didn’t have the threat of nuclear weapons to defend themselves. In this context, North Korea’s development of nuclear weapons makes perfect sense. If this were the Kingdom of Lampshade we were talking about and it was I who watched as each year another leader is toppled and labeled “evil” and executed, I would be developing nukes as fast as I could. There is nothing “crazy” about the fact that Kim is doing the same. Now as to the fact that both North and South Korea want the same thing. If the DMZ were suddenly dissolved tomorrow it would be an unmitigated disaster for both countries. Peasant rice farmers from North Korea would not be content to keep farming rice patties but would instead flood across the border in hopes of trading in their farm tools for skinny jeans that are too short.
Goodbye farming and hello skinny jeans!
I would be willing to bet that any spies that North Korea sends to the South are vetted to be sure they have families in the North and are not single unattached guys to guarantee that they don’t get any funny ideas. Even if you go to the South to discover that it’s the land of milk and honeys when it comes to first world living and top notch TV programming, knowing that your entire family back home will be executed if you pull anything is a pretty good motivator to stick with the mission. I would also bet that upon arrival back to the North, these people disappear without ever returning home. For the South, loss of the DMZ would be equally if not more disastrous. Imagine suddenly having your country flooded with people who have no skills beyond peasant work and virtually no understanding of how your world works. Your entire economy and systems would be overwhelmed almost immediately and you would be facing societal collapse. Which brings us to another interesting thing to consider.
Is the target of all of this war talk actually South Korea?
Wars are fought primarily for two reasons: to benefit Israel and to keep the jewish usury scheme afloat. Obviously this part of the world doesn’t have much to do with Israel’s expansion but what about the global usury scheme? Think for a moment about America’s economic boom time right after WWII. Even though everyone is aware of this period of time as being a time of booming prosperity in America, few stop to consider why it was a booming time. Much of Europe as well as Japan had been decimated. Thus, in the sense of production capability America was by and large the only game in town, or in this case on the planet. When all of your global competition has had their infrastructure bombed back to the stone age, it’s not hard to figure out why times are good and everyone is able to buy a new Chevrolet. Looking at these things through this context, destroying North Korea wouldn’t really reap a whole lot of benefit.
Hey, there could be a market niche in this country for peasant farmers if we only get the North Korean competition out of the picture.
However South Korea is an entirely different story. Besides being one of the top exporters of quality TV programming, South Korea is a major player in the areas of technology and innovation. If this competition were suddenly removed from the global market, it could provide the much needed shot of life support that the global economy needs. Remember, as people’s lives become less comfortable and their economic situation stagnates, they become more nationalistic and willing to upset the status quo. Now some like to point out that North Korea is one of the few countries left without a jew controlled central bank and I’m sure that fits into the equation as well but consider what toppling Kim Jong-Un’s government means. If the U.S. topples the NK government, they cannot keep the DMZ border with the South in place. How would they justify it? Thus, taking out the NK regime means taking out the DMZ which means the entire Peninsula basically gets destroyed.
We’re being lied to.
Everyday when you turn on the news, there are new reports of outlandish threats from North Korea. However have you ever stopped to ask yourself how we know that any of that is even real? Why is it that we understand that the ((media)) lies about virtually everything and yet, when they tell us about this we assume it’s true? What if the media is lying about North Korea the same way that they lie about us? Why would we assume otherwise? We know these people lie all of the time and there are very good clues in this current news coverage of North Korea that tell us we are being lied to about at least part of what is happening on this front. Let’s take a look at some of these clues.
Rex Tillerson came out the other day and basically said the Trump Administration was open to negotiating with the NK government. This is a major thing and yet, it received very little coverage. Having the U.S. actually sit down at the table and talk with them has been one of North Korea’s goals for a long time and Tillerson threw them a major bone by putting this out there. Yet, the North Korean reaction that we are told about is that now they are threatening to attack Guam? Remember now, we’ve already discounted “He’s crazy” as a legitimate excuse as to why things we’re told and what we observe don’t line up. Imagine for a moment if you were the North Koreans and you get this news that the U.S. is actually offering to treat you with a little respect by granting you something that you have been wanting for a long time: a face to face meeting. You are thrilled and tell your people to immediately start seeing what you need to do on your end to make that happen only to wake up the next morning and find out that the American ((media)) is reporting that you plan to attack Guam and you’re like “WTF?!” Now obviously we don’t know if that’s the case but let me ask you this: does the entire situation that we see make more sense under the GPL scenario or the media narrated one? We know for a fact that there is a big struggle going on right now between the Trump Administration and these intel agencies and their media allies. Yet all of the information we are fed about North Korea comes from these same intel agencies and the media.
The United States is being driven toward war and not just these smaller Mid East wars of years past, big war. Whether it’s Russia, China or now North Korea the direction we are all being pushed remains the same: a disastrous war which brings us to our final and possibly most troubling thing to consider. What if the actual target of all of this isn’t just these other countries but the United States itself? Any notion that the United States could fight a war with Russia, possibly China and North Korea as well and not be decimated is just a pollyannic dream. What if it’s been decided that the global usury scheme is going to implode one way or the other and the U.S. has just about used up it’s shelf life as a client state anyway so why not just burn the entire Goyim world down while slipping off to the desert crime base? Sound absurd? Perhaps but then again one would do well to remember that in the story about the scorpion and the frog the scorpion winds up drowning.