North Korea is Reacting to US Aggression
US and South Korea's Live Fire Drills are provocations and anger North Korea. We need to get the word out that the US and South Korea need to stop the provocative "military exercises" that they conduct. And the B-2 stealth bomber stunt is reckless. We are a country run by sociopaths and it could end up costing millions of people their lives.
Disgraceful Media FAIL on Korea Reporting, Distorting North Korea & South Korea/US bias http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7D7rRK_dbbE&feature=&p=25050A0D4BBB69E2&index=0&playnext=1
★ North Korea has been "pursuing a pragmatic tit-for-tat policy on negotiations with the United States. When the U.S. takes an aggressive and threatening stance, they react accordingly. When the U.S. moves towards some form of accommodation, so do they." See → Elite Policy and the "Axis of Evil" http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article19856.htm
"An official US Air Force study records, it attacked North Korean dams, leading to such stirring sights as a "flash flood [that] scooped clean 27 miles of valley below," while 75% of the water supply for rice production was wiped out and the enemy suffered "the destruction of their chief sustenance -- rice." "The Westerner can little conceive the awesome meaning which the loss of this staple food commodity has for the Asian," the study explains: "starvation and slow death, ...more feared than the deadliest plague. Hence the show of rage, the flare of violent tempers, and the avowed threats of reprisals when bombs fell on five irrigation dams." http://www.chomsky.info/articles/199105--.htm
"For example, opening the dykes in Holland [by Nazi Germany] was considered a war crime; properly. but in north Korea a few years later, after the US airforce had wiped out the whole country, they started bombing the dams. It's a huge war crime. It's much worse than bombing the dykes. It was described as 'pride'. And if you read the official airforce history or the Airforce Quarterly and so on, they describe it in gruesome detail; but about what a great achievement it was to bomb these dams, to see the huge flood of water scooping out valleys and see the rage of the people... said "they are Asians who depend on rice." You know, "here we're really getting them where it hurts." I mean, it's just like racist fanaticism, but praised! That was just a couple of years after they hanged German leaders who were doing much less than that." http://www.angelfire.com/hi3/ideology/chomsky.html
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Added the following comment to the above article ( http://www.japanfocus.org/-Tim-Beal/3459 ):
US Interventionism Stokes North Korea Flames
"As Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers wrote here at Antiwar.com last week, the US is far more deserving of being portrayed as the aggressor"
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MORE Drills! South Korea & US are at it AGAIN.
Hegemony or Survival: America's Quest for Global Dominance:
The US and South Korea conduct ridiculously large and ridiculously too close live fire drills right next to North Korea
No Korean War with No-Fire Zone! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3BrsYusZoE
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"Bush in the "state of the union address" singled out the DPRK as part of an "axis of evil", a clear proof of his administration's extremely hostile policy toward the DPRK. ... successive US rulers and hawkish groups have been engrossed in blackmailing the DPRK with nukes on the basis of nuclear war scenarios to invade the north."
US Financial Sanctions Against the DPRK As the Godfather of Nuclear Tests on Korean Peninsula by Ronda Hauben http://blogs.taz.de/netizenblog/2013/04/03/us-sanctions-against-dprk-as-godfather-nuclear-tests/