North Korea–Why Kim Jong Un Blinked! Exclusive!
Originally posted on April 28, 2013 @ 11:01 PM
North Korea: Politics & Peril–War Prevented!
North Korea's Kim Jong Un has backed down, but only here can you learn the real why. Would you believe sonic booms, leaflets and invisible aerospace vehicles? This story needs telling, and, thanks to incredible not-for-attribution sources, here it is!
The latest North Korean ruthless dictator, even worse than his now-deceased father and effectively deified father, Kim Jong Il, has now shown the steel in his spine before the hardliners of the North Korean military. How militarized is North Korea? The videos below will show you what a nation totally subordinated to military power becomes. What's so tellingly revealed here is normally the purview of spooks, military analysts (used to be one) and certain scholars.
Since he “stood up to the evil imperialists” (okay, took nuclear brinksmanship in some ways past the Cuban Missile Crisis), Kim Jong Un's position and his neck are both safe, his grip on power further strengthened, despite his having backed down. But how did the U.S. force him to quit, despite his actions which looked like escalation leading to war ? Weren't we about to enter the nightmare world of nuclear attacks, even on the U.S.? The short answer? No! It sure looked and felt like it, but North Korea had lost long before the crisis was in full bloom. What stopped North Korea's young madman, Kim Jong Un? American visitors who were uninvited, invisible and potentially annihilating! They delivered several types of unmistakable message to Kim Jong Un, the North Korean military and the North Korean people. This message will be there for years to come, maybe even decades.
The great scholar of the media, Marshall McLuhan, once famously and cogently observed, “The medium is the message.” The pointedly repeated U.S. message came in pitch blackness, for most of North Korea has no electric light at night, and at around Mach 0.85 and, later, Mach 20. Delivery vehicles? A pair of B-2 Stealth bombers and the blazingly fast deep black aerospace craft which normally leaves “donuts on a rope” in its wake!
North Korea, Messages & Mobile Missiles
Properly designed, military aerospace vehicles can perform multiple roles on a single mission. So it was here. The B-2s were the very same ones which freaked out Kim Jong Un by bombing two South Korean islands in his backyard then went on to secretly carpet North Korea from the DMZ ((Demilitarized Zone) north to Pyongyang with special, durable, thin 8 1/2′ x 11′ psyops leaflets. The message was terrifying.: “This could just as easily have been bombs than pamphlets. and it's your choice to continue to support the Dear Leader and be vaporized along with him. If it had, you wouldn't have seen us coming, and you couldn't have stopped us.” In a country where all forms of communication are rigidly controlled, the widespread delivery of such a shocking, military-impotence-revealing message to the populace and leadership was so extraordinary as to be all but incapacitating. In case it got missed, an extremely pointed reminder was sent later–when the U.S. was hunting for missing North Korean Musudan mobile missiles!
As previously reported here, during the crisis, North Korea sent a total of seven missile TELs (Transporter Erector Launcher) to the east coast of that country. Shortly after the prior post, North Korea had two Musudan TELs set up and ready to fire, but five more TELs were known to be en route, yet couldn't be found. It therefore became a crash priority to find those missiles. The solution was as innovative as it was nerve shattering.
The invisible aerospace vehicle which normally operates at somewhere near 100,000 feet came howling over North Korea, doing Mach 20 at a mere 18,000 feet. The reconnaissance package used cryonically cooled digital hyperspectral imaging systems operating at all but incomprehensible framing and data rates to cover the area of interest at some unknown, classified resolutions. And while the black program craft was making its house shaking, window shattering pass across North Korea, it kicked out a dispenser holding 900 lbs of the aforementioned psyops leaflets. Knowledgeable sources figure they're from one end of the country to the other!
And the Musudan missiles? All found and accounted for! They were cleverly hidden beneath trees, but the sensors designed to see all from the edge of space missed nothing while hurtling over the missile TELs and their no doubt traumatized crews and security troops.