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NORTH KOREA AND THE VANISHING AMERICAN EMPIRE: DOES KIM JUNG II READ THE NEWSPAPERS? by Mike Whitney

 
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NORTH KOREA AND THE VANISHING AMERICAN EMPIRE: DOES KIM JUNG II READ THE NEWSPAPERS? by Mike Whitney
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North Korea and the vanishing American Empire

Does Kim Jung Il read the newspapers?


By Mike Whitney


07/08/06 "Information Clearing House" - [link to www.informationclearinghouse.info] - If Kim thumbed through today’s news he would have seen the limp and bloodied body of a dead Palestinian boy being rushed away from the site of Israel’s latest attack in Gaza. He would have read about the mysterious explosions that rocked Kabul overnight and the 30 or so “alleged” Taliban that were blown up in America’s scattershot carpet-bombing of southern Afghanistan. He would have seen that 24 new bodies of bound and brutalized Iraqis had been dumped at the Baghdad morgue after being abducted and tortured by the roaming death squads which control the capital.

He might have spotted a story about America’s continued involvement in Central Asia where the thirst for oil and natural gas has Bush’s NGOs toppling governments behind the pretext of “spreading democracy”. Or, he may have noticed an article which recounted Bush’s latest saber-rattling at Iran for their “alleged” nuclear weapons program.

Wherever he looked, he would have found examples of the United States and Israel rampaging through Muslim countries; ignoring international law and flaunting the human rights of the native people.

Doesn’t this explain why Kim believes that he needs the protection of a nuclear arsenal to ward off an American attack?

How can we expect North Korea to stop building nukes when 2 of the world’s most powerful nations have just doused the planet with gasoline and are reaching for the matches?

Like every other world leader, Kim simply wants to avoid ending up like Saddam Hussein. His missile tests were designed to send a message to Washington that North Korea has no intention of being the next victim of Bush’s “democratization” program. And, while the tests may have been condemned by the pro-American media, we can at least appreciate the logic of his motives.


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So that's what you do all day: looking on vague biased webpages and post the article here with a link to it. How sweet.

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So that's what you do all day: looking on vague biased webpages and post the article here with a link to it. How sweet.

Why not find yourself a job and stop living off the government tit?
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THAT is your best shot, double-W?

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THAT is your best shot, double-W?

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Shots don't have to look good when they hit the spot. Go look for a job, bum. If all American conspiracy "theorists" got themselves a job, then the national debt would be considerably less.
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Raupp,

Excuse me, but your thinking frightens me. The national debt is a inherit flaw, engineered into our system of debt. The USA is controlled by a reverse monetary system (debt) called "The Federal Reserve System". It illegally operates in violation of article I, section 8 of the US constitution and is a foreign entity. It is not an agency of the federal government. It is a privately held corporation controlled by a cabal of int'l banksters.

Everything I've just stated can be easily verified as true at any public library or upon the internet from very reliable sources. This will require weeks of reading, but it is well worth it.
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THAT is your best shot, double-W?

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Shots don't have to look good when they hit the spot. Go look for a job, bum. If all American conspiracy "theorists" got themselves a job, then the national debt would be considerably less.
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God, 75589, another burger flipper with nothing of any worth to contribute to the debate. I suggest if anyone needs their time more positively occupied its you.

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The article is spot on and again most of the sheep refuse to see it. The sheer hypocricy of the Bush regimes stinks. I find it amazing that one president deserves UN sanctions for being eccentric and yet the other insane president is allowed to remain in office.
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>>>"The article is spot on"<<<

The 'article', isn't an article...It is a poorly thought out opinion piece with a few factoids tossed in to make it look intelligent (which it isn't)...

Anything that starts out like this, should be suspect from the getgo:

>>>"If Kim thumbed through today’s news he would have seen the limp and bloodied body of a dead Palestinian boy being rushed away from the site of Israel’s latest attack in Gaza."<<<

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From your C&P:

>>>"In 1994 the Bill Clinton committed to the “Framework Agreement”; a deal which promised to provide food, fuel and 2 light-water nuclear reactors in exchange for North Korea’s abandoning its nuclear weapons programs. The North agreed to these terms but the U.S. HAS NEVER HONORED ITS OBLIGATIONS."<<<

>>>"When Bush took office in 2000, he rejected the idea of any engagement with the North and derided the Clinton plan as “blackmail”. The consequences of this reversal in policy are obvious."<<<

Bush?...What about the 6 years that Clinton had to live up to his own agreements with NK???

Reading the shit you post brings the word "dumbfuck" to mind...

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The article is spot on and again most of the sheep refuse to see it. The sheer hypocricy of the Bush regimes stinks. I find it amazing that one president deserves UN sanctions for being eccentric and yet the other insane president is allowed to remain in office.

 Quoting: Callisto


Good point, Callisto. cheers

Perhaps it's something relative to the size of the nations in question.

While North Korea may have several parties in addition to Kim Jung Il that need to be institutionalized and treated, there are likely many more in the Fourth Reich that need to be nabbed by 'the men in white coats' along with our Fuehrer.

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Re: NORTH KOREA AND THE VANISHING AMERICAN EMPIRE: DOES KIM JUNG II READ THE NEWSPAPERS? by Mike Whitney
The people running things in Washington, DC (and the puppet Bush isn't one of those people) don't give a rat's azz about Murka per se.

The Corporate-Zionists in charge put the wellbeing of select coporations and/or financial institutions and of Israel above the common-man's Murka.

It seems Kim Jung at least might actually put North Korea, albeit his version, as number 1.
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The above observation provided by 'Anonymous Coward 77202' whose major contribution to GLP appears to be posting birthday wishes to the Fuehrer:

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How could one anticipate anything less from a boot-licking lemming?

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P.S. You're quite right, '...'.

As Whitney concludes:

"The North Korea flap has further exposed the cracks and fissures in Fortress America. Bush is unable to cobble together a coalition for even the most straightforward crisis. While Condi and Bolton stomp around waving their hands in the air, China and Russia have reacted coolly, shrugging off Washington’s entreaties as just more grist for the mill. The growing distrust among the allies and vassals has never been more palpable. America’s leadership is not being challenged as much as it is simply being ignored. No one is particularly eager to follow the United States lead anymore. That’s the unfortunate price that one pays for leading the world in human rights abuse and aligning with the Middle East pit-bull, Israel."
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>>>"The article is spot on"<<<

The 'article', isn't an article...It is a poorly thought out opinion piece with a few factoids tossed in to make it look intelligent (which it isn't)...

Anything that starts out like this, should be suspect from the getgo:

>>>"If Kim thumbed through today’s news he would have seen the limp and bloodied body of a dead Palestinian boy being rushed away from the site of Israel’s latest attack in Gaza."<<<

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"The 'article', isn't an article...It is a poorly thought out opinion piece with a few factoids tossed in to make it look intelligent (which it isn't)..."

So then, that doesn't make it an article eh

article
A self-contained nonfiction prose composition written on a specific topic or subject by one or more authors and published under a separate title in a collected work, or in periodical containing other works of the same form.

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Duh! another do

>>>"If Kim thumbed through today’s news he would have seen the limp and bloodied body of a dead Palestinian boy being rushed away from the site of Israel’s latest attack in Gaza."<<<

And so in your limited intelligence opinion he wouldn't see these things then or the other things mentioned in the "article". Get a grip, if you cant see the world for what is is then your delusional.
Sorry buddy, back to burger flipping for you.

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>>>"A self-contained nonfiction prose composition"<<<

Apparently you missed the defintion you posted...You have to have the 'nonfiction' aspect in there...

It is an OP-ED at best (and I am being generous)...
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Get a grip, if you cant see the world for what is is then your delusional.

 Quoting: Callisto



Many on the far-right are deluded, Callisto.

Also among them, I think, is a seperate category we could term 'illusionists'; i.e. those who attempt to misdirect and baffle their fellow sheep to maintain the status quo.

We find a rather amateur version of this in the 'current soup du jour' of wannabe debunkers on GLP in 4Q.

True to form, they all employ one or more of the methods as outlined in 'TWENTY-FIVE WAYS TO SUPPRESS TRUTH: THE RULES OF DISINFORMATION (INCLUDES THE 8 TRAITS OF A DISINFORMATIONALIST)', [link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

Like a parasite, they contribute nothing valid to the subject at hand, as I earlier pointed out confronting 4Q on another thread, 'A REPUBLIC OR AN EMPIRE? LESSONS FROM STANFORD by Paul Craig Roberts', [link to www.godlikeproductions.com] , but instead attempt to drain interest from their host's position utilizing a variety of methods.

In the latter case, 4Q apparently felt content he had obtained proof the author was wrong by being unable to locate a school paper on-line per the date referred to in the article!

Once such cretins are proven wrong themselves, they next either attempt to drag in more mediocrities, stoop to insults equivalent to those one might find on a school playground, or vanish entirely.

These miscreants may score points with the most ignorant members of their flock but really have little, if any, impact on others capable of some discernment.

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>>>"A self-contained nonfiction prose composition"<<<

Apparently you missed the defintion you posted...You have to have the 'nonfiction' aspect in there...

It is an OP-ED at best (and I am being generous)...
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So as usual 4Q you have nothing to offer except platitudes ah well.

You can obviously demonstrate to this forum that the "article" is fiction.
I suggest you put up or shut up, burger flipper!

Lets see/hear the arguement if you truly have one.

Oh...gone quiet have we??


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