William Thien

An Observation on The Conflict Between North and South Korea. Or, We Have Our Own Communism To Contain Right Here and We Can’t!

Posted on: October 24, 2013

Is it working? Well let’s take a look. Lately they tried sending FA’s and have also upped the numerology-occult thing at the state level knowing those of us having been in the system are sensitive to it, but only if we are unaware of what they are up to. That makes two wars in the last year we haven’t entered into though the media would have had us think we were at the brink of a nuclear disaster in one and a total breakdown of middle eastern socio-economic/military affairs in another.

That, ladies and gentlemen, is how it is done. But don’t misunderstand me. It doesn’t mean I believe we should not use military activity to bring peace in the world, just that we should not let media fear mongering shove us into unnecessary conflict. From West 46. “You are not alone.”

Or, take off that suit and come join us in the trenches. Tell them what comes after “Praise the lord…” Because I don’t think they are ready. No, I see them almost every day. I know they aren’t ready.

William Thien

Just five months ago you would have thought with all of the war mongering going on in the media that we’d be at war with North Korea. It was as if some secret machine located in an undisclosed location was firing up and driving the country to the brink of war with the recalcitrant North Korean Kim Jong Un. Now famous sports personalities are defending the character of North Korean Leadership after visiting Pyong Yang and we are now at the brink of another war, that of Syria.

My take on the matter is that if one of our primary motivations in attacking North Korea was that it was a communist nation, why bother? We have our own communism right here in The United States and we can’t control it. Then it occurred to me that South Korea has benefited handily from the precarious relationship between itself and North Korea…

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