(I cannot recommend Part 6 (basically a tribute to Julian Assange (for a movie about not falling for propaganda, Pilger certainly misses the boat on that one)), but for the most part, this is a good film. After each section, a scroll at the bottom of the Youtube screen allows you to locate and play the next in the 7 part series. Enjoy)
(South Korea is running drills on “punishing the enemy” for sneak attacks, ie: acts of terrorism (pending false flag attacks to be staged inside South Korea and blamed on the North))
by Jason Ditz, AntiWar
Is South Korea deliberately trying to start a war with the North?
It seems far-fetched on the surface, but everyone was preparing for a major war Monday, when South Korea carried out a live-fire drill along its maritime border with North Korea, the exact same drill which last month ended with them trading fire.
That war didn’t happen, but civilians oughtn’t get too far from the bunkers just yet, as South Korea is announcing a new live-fire “mega drill,” far bigger and more provocative than the one on Monday.
The timing is particularly bizarre as North Korea has issued a few conciliatory statements in recent days, and the drill will undoubtedly be viewed not just as another military challenge but a slap in the face of those overtures.