Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Now we know why the North-South Korea division was created

South Korea's army and air force are preparing to hold their largest-ever live-fire exercise on Thursday near the inter-Korean border, as Seoul remains on high alert for any attacks by North Korea.

And if the North doesn't attack, the South will attack themselves, pretend that the North did it, and start a war between the US and China:
(CNN) -- North Korea is sending an onslaught of faxes to South Korea, blaming its neighbor for tensions over a disputed island, an official said Wednesday.

Earlier this month, faxes started arriving at South Korean companies, South Korean Unification Ministry deputy spokeswoman Lee Jong-joo said Wednesday. The faxes blame South Korea for the November 23 artillery attack on Yeonpyeong Island. Four South Koreans, two military personnel and two civilians, died when North Korea hit the island with artillery.

Well, that's how the US and its puppet-states usually go to war - on false pretexts. But this situation indicates the South Korea was created specifically to ignite a war, an aspect of the "Apocalypse," precisely as the British empire's financial house of cards starts collapsing. Hopefully, the efforts to prevent a war will be successful, but it's beginning to look as if South Korea will provide itself with a pretext to invade the North, and then of course all hell will break loose.