Those "unnamed sources" (Mossad, cough-cough) are at it again. This time they
have solved the mystery of the hacked Hollywood E-mails and anonymous threats that Jewish Hollywood is all abuzz about. It
was the North Koreans, these slimy sleuths assure us. As usual, Sulzberger's Slimes has accepted the baseless accusation
at face value and gone full front-page retard with the bogus claims and threats.
From the article:
"Some within the Obama administration argue that the government of Kim Jong-un
must be confronted directly. But that raises questions of what actions the administration could credibly threaten, or how
much evidence to make public without revealing details of how it determined North Korea’s culpability."
Ah yes. The good ole "We-can't-tell-you-how-we-know-but-trust-us-we-do-know"
trick that was used to finger Bin Laden for the false-flag attacks of 9-11. Just as with the false accusations leveled against
Bin Laden, the debate has already been skillfully shifted away from the "who did it" - focusing now on how to respond
to the anonymous and clearly scripted threats:
"The government is “considering
a range of options in weighing a potential response,” said Bernadette Meehan, a spokeswoman for the National Security
sudden urgency came after a new threat was delivered this week to desktop computers at Sony’s offices, warning that
if “The Interview” was released on Dec. 25, “the world will be full of fear.” ("The
Interview" is a comedy about a plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.)
'Remember the 11th of September 2001,' it said. “We recommend
you to keep yourself distant from the places at that time.”
Jew Seth Rogen's "comedy"
about killing a foreign leader, along with the phony 'North Korean' threats of retaliation are all part of a Zionist
There has been much talk about a "cyber 9/11"
in recent years. Now we know who will be blamed if and when it occurs. Why such hatred for Kim Jong
Un? Why does the U.S. continue to interfere with efforts between North and South Koreans to improve their relations? Why won't
the U.S. at least sit down and talk with Kim Jong Un, as he has repeatedly asked for? Why does such a small country
on the other side of the planet cause so much concern for the U.S.? All roads lead to Israel!
Jong Un told his American friend, basketball legend Dennis Rodman, to ask Obama to call him and talk.
Israel regards North Korea as a deadly enemy because
it sells nuclear and missile technology to Syria and Iran. In fact, an Israeli strike against
Syria murdered 10 North Korean nuclear scientists in 2007. Israel's hatred for North Korea is intense,
as the following sample of headlines indicates:
Israel Demands World 'Respond Decisively' to North Korean Nuclear Test
2008: HAARETZ (Israel)
North Korea supplying Weapons to Six Mid East States
2010: THE DAILY STAR (Lebanon)
Israel: North Korea shipping WMD's to Syria
Arutz Sheva (Israeli National News)
North Korea's Enemy: Israel
2013: Jewish Virtual Library
Potential Threats To Israel: North Korea
2013: Huffington Post
Israel Minister: Iran, Syria, & North Korea are New Axis of Evil
Reuters News Service
Israel Urges Swift Response to North Korea Nuclear Test
Any and all accusations
leveled against North Korea should be viewed with extreme skepticism, if not outright mockery. And that includes the gross
exaggerations about the "oppression" of North Koreans. A London Daily Mail article from this past May contradicts
the Zionist narrative that we have been force-fed. The story was entitled: Girls playing on the beach, hair salons
and bored commuters: Tourist who took camera inside North Korea expecting to find 'really, really sad people' is shocked
to discover a happy country.
The Daily Mail piece continues:
"When a man from Singapore had his wish to visit
North Korea granted, he braced himself for the scenes of 'barren lands' and 'really, really sad people' that he had seen
via a BBC Panorama documentary.
But what he found blew his mind - for all the right reasons.
Inside the communist enclave in 2013, photographer Aram
Pan witnessed bustling markets, men and women enjoying themselves at a Western looking water park and miles and miles of
crops ready for harvest, shattering all of his illusions about what a holiday to North Korea would entail.
Unlike other tourists
who have visited the country, Mr. Pan did not have to hide the photos and video he was taking from inside the country -
he simply asked for permission."
'I have been curious about North Korea for many years. The average person has probably seen more photos about
outer space than of North Korea. It's one of those great mysteries that I wanted to discover for myself and I figured it
might just be possible,' Mr Pan told MailOnline."
America, you are being lied to, again.
world class scientists, universal marriage, minimal divorce, strong families and happy people. Imagine what North Korea could
accomplish if the West wasn't cutting them off from commerce.
Not as "backwards" as
we have been led to believe? I bet that pool is much cleaner than most U.S. public pools.