What’s up with the picture? How did this happen?
Just another NWO puppet show…
By Martin Harris
“….It was the first time since the Korean War halted in 1953 that a North Korean leader has come to South Korea, and it was broadcast live across the country, with commuters stopping in train stations and teachers stopping classes so their students could watch the moment.
Kim, wearing his trademark black Mao suit, walked down the steps of the Panmungak building on the northern side of the line that divides the peninsula and up to the concrete curb that marks the exact line.
Moon was waiting for him there, his hand outstretched. They talked, smiling, for several minutes before Moon invited Kim across to the southern side. Kim accepted but, after posing for photos, invited Moon to cross back into the North with him. “
Obviously this didn’t emerge out of the blue; The little Rocketman just calls up South Korea’s President Moon Jae-In and says “hey let’s get together for a chat”. There’s been much groundwork laid, some of it quite public, such as the Winter Olympics.
But let’s step back and look at the time frame here. Only a few months ago, North Korea was the latest in a long but diminishing line of “Rogue Nations” to step into the MSM spotlight as the Big Baddie threatening world peace and security (ahem…), with Kim Jong letting off supposedly deadly missiles in every direction. Missiles supposedly capable of reaching the USA and according to certain media sources, even little old NZ was within striking range.
To heighten the fear factor, a number of False Flag events were drummed up (Hawaii, Japan).
Conspiracy theory: These accidental missile alerts aren’t actually accidents
“World governments are doing trial runs on their own citizens. I swear to god.”
In my opinion, North Korea, regardless of what you think of them, were never a serious threat to the world. Western analysts just a few years ago demonstrated that much of the alleged arsenal of missiles were just smoke and mirrors: Fake rockets sitting on launch vehicles during the military parades and all that.
And as for the real rockets? The US and probably Russia and China also, have the technology in the form of HAARP and both terrestrial and space based EM weapons, to fry those firecrackers the moment they leave the launch pad. If Kim’s rockets travelled any distance, then it’s likely that they were allowed to do so for the excuse to make North Korea appear to be a “credible threat”.
Once the latest cartoonish villain was built up as a sufficiently scary threat, the plotline dictated that he must be brought into line. But not for NK is the usual “shock and awe” approach. No, this is an opportunity for some positive NWO PR.
Exactly what has been said behind closed doors, we can only speculate, but hints emerge. Things happened quickly. A whole year ago, Trump made a “casual” comment that he would to meet Kim Jong face to face. It was treated by the media as a bit of a joke, and yet this meeting will in fact happen soon. Long term plan? Plotted and scripted right from the start?
“When Kim Jong-un visited Beijing in late March, the world took notice. That was Kim’s first visit to China—and his first meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping—since he became North Korea’s ruler in December 2011.
International media noted some fascinating details about the Xi–Kim meeting. When Xi spoke, Kim took notes and gave the Chinese leader his full attention. When Kim spoke, Xi listened with a benevolent gaze. Kim appeared as a supplicant and Xi as an elder statesman. Kim also said, according to China’s Xinhua News Agency, that it was his ‘obligation’ based on ‘emotional bonds and moral responsibility’ to report major developments on the Korean Peninsula to Xi in person.”
And I have already noted the disabling of DKPR’s test site: The timing is no coincidence I think.
It will certainly be interesting to see what happens next in this “reality” show!