Countering Neocon’s North Korea ICBM Mythology with Democracy and Sunshine (AE video)

To Block Out the Sun: Trump’s Neocon War-mongers and the Deep State’s Mockingbirds are Building a New North Korean Aggression Mythology

by Scott Creighton

The North Wind and the Sun is one of Aesop’s FablesThe moral it teaches is about the superiority of persuasion over force.

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The breathless Mockingbirds are gasping that we have “few good options” when it comes to dealing with this new, manufactured panic over North Korea and their testing of a satellite deployment system (yes trolls, that is what it was) Of course, that’s because the best option is unthinkable: letting the South Korean people led by their new president reunify with the people of the north and bring a lasting peace to the region. That option is simply “off the table” and our leaders, our military, our glorious intelligence assets and their mouthpieces in the Mockingbird press will do ANYTHING they can to make sure peace never comes to the Korean peninsula.

While President Trump is in Poland dutifully reading his scripted “get tough on North Korea” messages in front of cameras, back here in the states the Mockingbird press are doing the same thing. The 5 Eyes marketing networks like CNN, Fox, MSNBC and all the rest are steadily building the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) into some sort of junior Cold War boogieman while they endlessly repeat whatever fabrication they are fed from behind the scenes by their military advisors and CIA spooks (most of whom now work for companies like the ones who make the Terminal High Altitude Area Device (THAAD) including Lockheed Martin Space Systems acting as prime contractor with key contributing subcontractors including (but not limited to) Raytheon, Boeing, Aerojet Rocketdyne, Honeywell, BAE Systems, Oshkosh Defense, MiltonCAT and Oliver Capital Consortium)

While the president is overseas these Modern-day Mockingbird assets spend most of their time either fear-mongering over the situation in North Korea to push that agenda or, oddly enough, they are endlessly expressing what THEY say the president SHOULD say about Russia while addressing the press. It couldn’t be more obvious that they are getting their talking points from the Deep State assets embedded with their particular brand of Big Brother who are using them to message The Donald while propagandizing the public making them ready for the new profitable Cold War Redux.

According to reports across the fake political divide, the DPRK launched an ICBM a few days ago in an effort to test a “new” system capable of delivering a nuclear warhead “to Alaska”

Trump’s endlessly war-mongering representative to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, said this event marks a “clear and sharp military escalation” on behalf of North Korea. She also said we were ready to use our “military assets” if we have to in order to ‘defend’ ourselves and our puppet regimes in the region.

The president, while reading his scripted comments, said we are at a point where we have to “try something new” to deter North Korea “aggression” in the region. He stopped short of explaining what exactly that meant.

Over the past 24 hours the Mockingbird press has been featuring various military and intelligence industry assets who come on to the various shows (and yes, the “news” is a show these days) and say that direct military action against North Korea is NOT in our “national interests” at this time.

Instead they suggest other actions like sanctions for example, as a deterrent. They also suggest we put pressure on China and Russia and get them to yank Kim Jung-Un’s chain a little in an effort to get him to “act right”

Direct military action in North Korea is exactly the wrong action to take for a number of reasons. I mean, aside from the death and destruction that would be heaped upon the people in the region, you have another distinct possibility that looms in the horizon, one that the U.S. is mortally terrified of… peace between North and South Korea and a reunification of the nation.

Might seem like a stretch, I know, but hear me out.

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