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viking
5th February 2013, 18:49
Hi folks...just thought I'd pop in to say a few hello's .... anyway hope you are all well...

Strange story floating around mainstream and other sources!

Just saw this on mainstream (Sky News) ... just wondered what they are playing at...

More here ...

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What's up with this YouTube "dream" event?

North Korea video shows 'US city' hit by missiles
news.com.au

http://www.news.com.au/technology/n-korea-video-shows-us-city-under-attack/story-e6frfro0-1226571107223

http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=268484

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viking

Rocky_Shorz
5th February 2013, 18:54
we had an interceptor launch from the coast, maybe he is trying to get his population under the fear a war is going on with the US.

he is showing success to tell everyone not to worry they can hurt us any time they want.

where NK is helping Iran with Nukes, Iran's propaganda machine might be helping NK Korea from Tehranywood... ;)

Bill Ryan
5th February 2013, 19:04
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UmPDhxLMUc

From this site: (http://www.news.com.au/technology/n-korea-video-shows-us-city-under-attack/story-e6frfro0-1226571107223)






NORTH Korea has posted a video on YouTube depicting a US city resembling New York engulfed in flames after an apparent missile attack.

The video was uploaded by the North's official website, Uriminzokkiri (http://www.uriminzokkiri.com/), which distributes news and propaganda from the state media.

The video is shot as a dream sequence, with a young man seeing himself on board a North Korean space shuttle launched into orbit by the same type of rocket Pyongyang successfully tested in December.

As the shuttle circles the globe - to the tune of We Are the World - the video zooms in on countries below, including a reunified Korea.

The focus then switches to a city - shrouded in the US flag - under apparent missile attack, with its skyscrapers either on fire or in ruins.

"Somewhere in the United States, black clouds of smoke are billowing," reads a caption. "It seems that the nest of wickedness is ablaze."

The video ends with the young man concluding that his dream will "surely come true".

"Despite all kinds of attempts by imperialists to isolate and crush us ... never will anyone be able to stop the people marching toward a final victory," it says.

Meanwhile, South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak believes North Korea could detonate multiple devices when it goes ahead with a nuclear test expected in the coming weeks or even days.

In an interview with the Chosun Ilbo daily, the outgoing president also acknowledged the huge challenge the international community faces in seeking to wean Pyongyang off its nuclear weapons program.

The North has signalled that it will carry out a "higher level" nuclear test very soon, in a defiant response to tightened UN sanctions after its successful long-range rocket launch in December.

Mr Lee said "higher-level" suggested Pyongyang might attempt to detonate several devices.

"North Korea is likely to carry out multiple nuclear tests at two places or more simultaneously" to maximise scientific gains from an event that will be globally condemned, Mr Lee said.

Experts around the world are gearing up to analyse any test for what it might reveal about the current status of the North's weaponisation program.

Of particular interest will be any sign that its scientists have succeeded in developing a warhead that can be fitted onto a missile.

"If the North produces miniaturised weapons that can be used as warheads on missiles, it would really pose a threat," Mr Lee said. "That's why the whole world is watching it so intensively."

Mr Lee has only a few weeks left in office at the end of a five-year term marked by an almost total freeze of contacts between North and South Korea.

In his interview, he suggested that diplomatic efforts would make little headway in bringing about a significant policy shift in Pyongyang.

"I think it is difficult to persuade the North regime to give up the nuclear path," he said.

Some predict the test will come before the Lunar New Year on February 10, while others suggest it will be timed to coincide with the February 16 birthday of late leader Kim Jong-Il, father of current leader Kim Jong-Un.

Arrowwind
5th February 2013, 19:16
Wish I knew what those Korean words said on the film.

Its amazing how daring these Korean fascists are.
Makes me think they have a death wish for themselves as the US
and NATO would wipe them off the face of the globe in minutes
if they dared to attempt such a dream come true.

Seems to me that this film is government propaganda, not the
creativity of some youtuber unless they are from outside of North Korea.
Only the government over there has the access to the technology to make this film
is my understanding.... surely the reflection of deep mental disorder.

jagman
5th February 2013, 19:34
iI watched this video earlier on yahoo. It's really cheesy if you ask me. My thooughts were a government came up with this, Really.... Iv'e seen better vids
produced by children!

Hip Hipnotist
5th February 2013, 19:39
Does anyone ( here ) actually not think the U.S. KNOWS what's going on in N. Korea or anywhere else on the globe?

The only missle I'd be concerned about hitting within the U.S. would be launched by the U.S.

Remember the Pentagon?

And...

And...

And...

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Arrowwind
5th February 2013, 20:09
iI watched this video earlier on yahoo. It's really cheesy if you ask me. My thooughts were a government came up with this, Really.... Iv'e seen better vids
produced by children!

Do you understand how Cheesy North Korea is?
Anyway, who ever put it out its intent was to incite.

The US I think would jump at a clear cut opportunity to take NK out.
As far as I know NK doesn't have a missle that can reach much further than Japan or China, if that.
But since we (US) appear to be the defenders of the world most will look our way for retaliation.,
but maybe France would.

Carmody
5th February 2013, 20:11
where NK is helping Iran with Nukes,

Could you expand on this? Or is this just humorous exploration?

Arrowwind
5th February 2013, 20:15
Does anyone ( here ) actually not think the U.S. KNOWS what's going on in N. Korea or anywhere else on the globe?

The only missle I'd be concerned about hitting within the U.S. would be launched by the U.S.

Remember the Pentagon?

And...

And...

And...

...

Yes, since 9/11 it is clearly evident that determining what is a false flag and what is a real event is very difficult to determine but clearly we could be better at discernment now than before, except those who can discern and are willing to do it have no political power and knee jerk governmental responses will take us in more directions that we dont want to go for people who love peace and dont believe war offensives.

peterspm
5th February 2013, 20:33
we should send a b29 over there loaded with mcdonalds mcdoubles. and bibles. and that computer-for-every-child, with inet access.

Tommy
5th February 2013, 20:41
As far as I know NK doesn't have a missle that can reach much further than Japan or China, if that.
But since we (US) appear to be the defenders of the world most will look our way for retaliation.,
but maybe France would.

Well, in terms of long distance rocket capability they actually have achieved that in December 2012.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/dec/12/north-korea-launches-rocket

So this is the main reason they are now "worried" as they technically can reach anywhere in the world. Personally I do not think their technology is tested well enough to fully establish that fact, yet fact remains that if you can get a satellite in orbit you can drop a bomb pretty much anywhere in the world.. Sadly..

Now this news item does not help:
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/06/world/asia/north-korea-nuclear-test-may-be-difficult-to-gauge.html?_r=0

The above simply makes it extremely easy to justify any action towards NK. However, due to the close proximity to the China border it is not necessarily (on the sufrace) the most ideal country to come into conflict with. It is much more likely the U.S and U.N would support a South Korean preemptive attack as that goes (more) into regional politics. Still this is a scenario that is not "easy" by any means. If SK thought it was easy they would in my opinion already have done it.

China is the key factor here as far as I can gather.

Thanks for posting this.

FYI: It is headline in Norwegian newspapers as well.

RMorgan
5th February 2013, 20:41
Hey folks,

Well, most of the times, a dog that barks doesn't bite, right? I believe this is just internal nationalist propaganda. Communist propaganda is all about keeping the morale high, always telling that they are "about" to achieve the ultimate victory against the evil capitalist pigs.

Anyway, the US itself releases at least a handful of movies every year depicting its own destruction by tsunamis, wars, earthquakes, terrorist attacks, alien attacks, giant lizards and all sorts of apocalyptic themes, to promote their own fear porn propaganda...They should actually thank North-Korea for helping them promoting their fear agenda (if this is indeed an authentic North-Korean movie).

Raf.

Snoweagle
5th February 2013, 21:14
I do not believe for one second this originated in North Korea. Nor do I believe North Korea would allow their official news and propaganda network to publish this nationally or internationally.

IMO this has originated through the same Zionist porthole that the WMDs of Iraq came. The purpose to inflame western cultures into supporting aggression against yet another country, which just happens to be heavily toned and influenced by Beijing, China. As if China would tolerate this official goading is most unlikely.

(RM corrected me, in this [B]I am wrong I apologise for defamatory inference).

Furthermore, the video is cut and paste stock N Korean launches which are easily found, tardy amateurish graphics (probably deliberately done to infuse the audience with the perception of technical "backwardness" of the N Koreans) and a language that majority of westerners are unable to understand. Therefore, the visual impact of the story tells the chosen tale. This is contrived piece of work and should be taken at face value as garbage.

So looking at this from another angle: if the US conducted a preemptive strike against N Korea and NATO conducted a preemptive strike against Syria then what do we have? World War III - tarra:-)
Russia will side with Syria and China will side with N Korea. Lots of biological attacks, lots of electromagnetic extermination, lots of zombies, lots of dead.

Anyways, this is garbage, in my opinion.

Recently I have spent some time looking at investments in the Far East including N Korea which is embracing capitalism by building infrastructure and regenerating its education system to be able to "rejoin" the world community. True, development is not national at this time but a start has been made and quite significant. Well worth the research.

RMorgan
5th February 2013, 21:17
I do not believe for one second this originated in North Korea. Nor do I believe North Korea would allow their official news and propaganda network to publish this nationally or internationally.

IMO this has originated through the same Zionist porthole that the WMDs of Iraq came. The purpose to inflame western cultures into supporting aggression against yet another country, which just happens to be heavily toned and influenced by Beijing, China. As if China would tolerate this official goading is most unlikely.

By coincidence, North Korea is the last remaining country other than Syria that still does not have a Rothschild bank.

Furthermore, the video is cut and paste stock N Korean launches which are easily found, tardy amateurish graphics (probably deliberately done to infuse the audience with the perception of technical "backwardness" of the N Koreans) and a language that majority of westerners are unable to understand. Therefore, the visual impact of the story tells the chosen tale. This is contrived piece of work and should be taken at face value as garbage.

So looking at this from another angle: if the US conducted a preemptive strike against N Korea and NATO conducted a preemptive strike against Syria then what do we have? World War III - tarra:-)
Russia will side with Syria and China will side with N Korea. Lots of biological attacks, lots of electromagnetic extermination, lots of zombies, lots of dead.

Anyways, this is garbage, in my opinion.

I agree with everything you say, except for Rothschild bank thing.

The Brazilian central bank is still 100% public, not private.

Just an observation, anyway.

Raf.

TigaHawk
5th February 2013, 21:57
Multiple computer games depict multiple "real" cities in ruins, or under attack.

Why is it when NKorea uses footage from a popular computer game it's hyped up and should be taken as a threat?

Do you know who released it? You know it's more than possible a "brainwashed" propoganda beliving citizen made this on their own.

I dont think he knows it, but he just trolled America quite well :D

Rollo
5th February 2013, 22:58
German commandos attacked their own radio station on the border with Poland wearing Polish army uniforms. Next second world war started.
Missiles from North Korea? I doubt that one.

kaon
6th February 2013, 03:02
I have to question whether this video actually came from the NK's official website. It looks far to amateurish. If it is an official video, it is merely propaganda aimed primarily to their own population as a symbol of strength and national pride.

Also, and quite simply, NK would never fire a nuclear missile at the U.S. unless they were invaded by us first. Simple solution....Don't invade their country.