Digitalgypsy66 wrote:eddysnake wrote:I'm pretty sure thats the same 6 cars going by and turning around, also pretty sure that's a robot.
Either way, it's fascinating.
Digitalgypsy66 wrote:The cult of the North Korean Traffic Girls. There aren't street lights in Pyongyang. They use women.
DocEmrick wrote:The DPRK isn't even a threat. They can barely launch a satellite (which has since crashed). Using outdated equipment at least 20 years old, they put all of their resources into feeding their armed forces. The fake city was a nice touch, too.
The US propaganda machine is fear mongering heavily on this one, not sure why yet, but they're out in full force with the uncle sam bs.
thepittman wrote:Every single one of those videos creep me out. I can't imagine the "training" that was required to get children of those ages to perform like robots.
Pucks_and_Pols wrote:Shyster wrote:Guinness wrote:DPRK is NO threat to any American living in the United States, including Hawaii.
Agreed. Personally, I think it is ridiculous and unnecessary flame-fanning to treat their blowhard threats as serious. Most likely, this posturing is a way for Kim Junior to solidify his own position by rallying everyone around an enemy that isn’t him. By moving fighters and bombers to South Korea, positioning warships off the coast, etc. we are merely playing right into those plans.
Moreover, North Korea’s claims are not entirely without merit. They’re saying that the United States is targeting them and could attack. Yeah, the United States never gins up reasons to go to war… except maybe for Panama, Grenada, Iraq, and Libya, to name a just a few.
In addition to your list: The Spainish-American War 1898, The Mexican-American War 1846, Wounded Knee 1890, The overthrow of Hawaii 1893, Russia 1918, El Salvador 1981, Lebanon 1982 would all be included in my historic scope of "ginning up" reasons for conflict.
bhaw wrote:Some of these posts are ridiculous. Makes it sound like the US is the only nation to ever go to war for their own interests. Been happening since man figured out how to hit each other with sticks and rocks.
Shyster wrote:bhaw wrote:Some of these posts are ridiculous. Makes it sound like the US is the only nation to ever go to war for their own interests. Been happening since man figured out how to hit each other with sticks and rocks.
Quite true. But oddly enough, our politicians and history books never say that we started that war for selfish reasons. The U.S. likes to pretend that its own crap doesn’t stink. Also, we theoretically have a Constitution that prohibits us entering into a war without a declaration that only Congress can make. But that part of the Constitution seems to be one of the parts that certain people have “evolved” out of existence.
Rylan wrote:Well yea Shyster. No country in history has ever started a war for selfish reasons in their history books. Why? Propaganda. Because war is ultimately a selfish act. It is because you covet something, be it land or power. I get tired of how terrible the US is or how militaristic it is. It is no more militaristic than any other world power in history. Wah wah wah.
That said, I would much prefer if we didn't involve ourselves in another war in my lifetime.
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