Burying bad news

The government practise of burying bad news, supported by compliant (controlled) media, is how reality is distorted and why real stories and agendas seldom see the light of day. By the time buried news comes to light, public attention has moved on and the context forgotten.

For the last 6 years, the banksters have used all the levers of power at their disposal to conduct regime change in Syria but with the support of Russia, Iran and Hezbollah, Bashar al Assad has turned the tide and "ISIS" (NATO's guerrilla army) is on the run while the UK, US are removing visible support for affiliated terrorist groups.

This is the news to be buried by the fabricated hysteria over Kim Jong Un and North Korea's nuclear test - the combined might of NATO, Israel and the Gulf states has failed to oust Assad and their proxy forces are on the run.

UK Column News - 5th September 2017 (42 minute video)

Eva Bartlett has recently returned from visiting North Korea and reports on a very different nation. Her report is the polar opposite of what we've been led to believe over the years. Given the experiences of Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi, both of whom were demonised, deposed and murdered, Kim Jong Un would be crazy to "give up" nuclear weapons; not that North Korea has anything that is a serious threat to the rest of the world, unlike NATO and its followers. 

Trump Springs the Neocon Trap Again: North Korea’s ‘Test’ Is No Act of War by Patrick Henningsen
Here we go again. There seems to be no end to the escalation of tensions between North Korea and the United States and its allies.

Appearances can seldom be relied on to divine what's really going on but arguably, if North Korea didn't exist, the US would have to create it. North Korea provides the excuse for the US to deploy extensive military assets in the region to threaten China. One interpretation is that Kim Jong Un is another asset and North Korea, a vassal state. History is littered with former US/UK "appointee dictators" who became unpredictable/less compliant or maybe, this latest furore is all part of the script.

North Korea is an Pentagon Vassal State by F. William Engdahl
If it weren’t for the fact that he is absolute dictator of a country with a formidable army and nuclear missile technology, North Korean President Kim Jong Un, the 290 pound, 32 year-old ruler would be a clown figure. Unfortunately for world peace, Kim Jong Un, while he is playing games with his rockets and threats of war, is serving the long-term interests of the USA, especially the military industrial complex, the Pentagon and State Department, whose priority increasingly is to make an Asia Pivot of military power projection to contain and isolate the Peoples’ Republic of China as well as Russia.

We should always be wary of describing leaders as clowns and objects of ridicule because invariably things are not as they seem. We are expected to believe Kim Jong Un is mad, bad and dangerous. Go back to Eva Bartlett's report on UK Column above and try to reconcile this characterisation with her report of a country with free education and healthcare. Where are the parallels to this? Libya, Syria....

It's the money stupid! Daily Pickings certainly doesn't think its audience is stupid but clearly the "establishment" thinks we are; they will never reveal the real agenda.

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