NKorea Calls US-SKorea Summit Prelude to War

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NKorea Calls US-SKorea Summit Prelude to War
« on: May 10, 2013, 08:24:39 AM »
http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/north-korea-calls-us-south-korea-summit-war-19148331#.UYzjwcqr7Hk

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The North described South Korean President Park Geun-hye's visit to Washington as a "despicable sycophantic trip to please her master."

^This is true... however, Kim Jung-Un, as his father before him, is also a minion to the Global Master:

"The North/South conflict is a sham. Not sure how far back this business model has been practiced but I am aware of a few incidents from those who participated in it that the last few skirmishes and tests were orchestrated to market military equipment and US Military positioning. It's actually quite obvious. You can Google it and find that every skirmish and test has been shortly followed by commercial military activity.

Few years back, a North Korean fighter pilot crossed the border and every military arm was ordered to stand down other than a few South Korean fighter pilots who escorted the North Korean pilot back to the North. Guess which fighter jets they sold that year? Guess who brokered product? Satellites can generate images that show level of jet traffic in the air. In order to have a functioning air force, a Country's pilots must train often enough to so that these satellites pick up these jet trails. Guess how much 'jet activity' exists above North Korea? Nearly zero . . .

A week following the last nuke test, the South announced the launch of a missile program. When's the last time you saw any government military project get announced and launched in one week? Or did they just luck out with the perfect timing for their 2 year project? Stealth Bombers, Laser missile defense system, (yes, the one that got scrapped for poor performance and high cost), and nuclear weapons presence in South Korea will probably make its way to South Korea by the end of the year."