Monday, April 08, 2013

North Korea? Hey Hank, Sell Crazy Someplace Else

North Korea? Hey Hank, Sell Crazy Someplace Else, We're Fed Up With War Propaganda
ALSO SEE:GRAND DECEPTION BY US REVEALED "The people of the world have NOT BEEN TOLD the complete story about Korea and our government's role in fostering imbalance and conflict. Action must be taken by lawyers, community groups, peace activists and all citizens of the planet, to prevent the U.S. government from successfully generating a propaganda campaign to support aggression in North Korea. The American people have been subjected to a grand deception. There is too much at stake to get fooled again."

 "The DPRK [North Korea] has explained that in response to hostile actions by the US and the use of the Security Council to support hostile action by the US, the DPRK needs to develop its nuclear defense capability" ★ Read Ronda Hauben's articles on North Korea:

North Korea "has complained about the hostile acts of the US toward it. Instead of the Security Council inviting North Korea to explain its complaint, the Security Council has allowed the US to compile a set of punishments of North Korea  in the form of a proposed new security council resolution ...
To vote on such a resolution with no consideration of North Korea view of the problem that exists is a serious abuse of the obligations of the Security Council under the UN Charter. An example of the illegitimacy and duplicity of action taken by the US against North Korea  is described in the article, “Behind the Blacklisting of Banco Delta Asia: Is the policy aimed at targeting China as well as North Korea?
North Korea  has made a convincing case that there is a long pattern of abuse by the US against its country and people and that it needs a means to defend itself."

"To put it more succinctly, the blog China Matters quotes David Ascher, who had been the coordinator for the Bush Administration working group on North Korea and a senior adviser in East Asian affairs in the State Department, in testimony to the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade on April 18, 2007, explaining why Banco Delta was chosen to be blacklisted from the international banking system (9):

"Banco Delta was a symbolic target. We were trying to kill the chicken to scare the monkeys. And the monkeys were big Chinese banks doing business in North Korea...and we're not talking about tens of millions, we're talking hundreds of millions."

The purpose of the action against  the BDA (Banco Delta Asia) appears not only to have been to target North Korea and its access to the international banking system, but also to send a message to China.

Therefore it would appear that the action against BDA (Banco Delta Asia) is a carefully crafted political action and that it will be necessary that there be public understanding, discussion and debate about what is behind this action in order to find a way to have the policy that gave rise to the BDA (Banco Delta Asia) action changed.

Instead of the U.S. mainstream press carrying out the needed investigation about why BDA has been targeted and what is behind this action, there have been continual condemnations of North Korea." - 
Behind the Blacklisting of Banco Delta Asia Is the policy aimed at targeting China as well as North Korea?
by Ronda Hauben

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