"Last year, the first year of Kim Jong Un’s leadership, a South Korean official was asked about the O Plan 5029 and why he was exercising this regime collapse scenario. He said the death of Kim Jong Il makes the situation ripe to exercise precisely this kind of war plan.
It’s almost impossible for us in the United States to imagine Mexico and the historic foe of the U.S., Russia, conducting joint exercises that simulate an invasion of the United States and a foreign occupation of the United States. That is precisely what North Korea has been enduring for several decades.” Behind the North Korean Crisis
North Korea is Reacting to US Aggression
It is a propaganda coup that U.S. media has been able to portray North Korea as the "crazy saber rattler" when the fact is the United States had preplanned the massive military buildup and provocations going back to Nov. 2011. Obama's so called "Asian Pivot" is a plan to move a massive amour of military hardware over to the Pacific region. The U.S. has been conducting simulations of a first strike aimed at overthrowing the North Korean regime, Operation Plan 5029, "Last year, the first year of Kim Jong Un's leadership, a South Korean official was asked about the O Plan 5029 and why he was exercising this regime collapse scenario. He said the death of Kim Jong Il makes the situation ripe to exercise precisely this kind of war plan."
"The basic theory is this: to provoke North Korea so much that it issues a self-defence warning, and use a part of that warning, via various media outlets to garner the public consensus for a justification of not only increased military spending on an already recession-hit budget, but to transport and set up an increasing stockpile of military hardware and personnel around East and Southeast Asia." -
"North Korea is being depicted as an irrational provocateur and aggressor in the escalation of threats and military maneuvers over the Korean Peninsula, and of course the regime's rhetoric is being used as proof of the intention to wage war. However the events occurring now can also be seen as a continuation of the Obama Administration's "Asian Pivot" strategy,"