There’s been a lot of talk lately on both sides about the goings on with North Korea. N Korea threatening the US with nukes and China saying they want nothing to do with this, which could be bull. The US had a chopper crash near the border of N Korea but giving our own track record we may have shot it down ourselves to get closer to war. All over Asia, nations are bracing for impact. So, what on earth is going on?
Here is how I personally see it. China is backing N Korea, else N Korea wouldn’t be up to this crap. China’s economy is about to crash and they need a good war to push it back up. What N Korea does not understand is that China sees them as expendable. S Korea, however, may be a richer country, but militarily they can’t take care of themselves even against N Korea alone. They’d be crushed like a bug against China. So, S Korea leans on us for protection. We already have so much debt that I don’t know how much more war debt we can take. We are already fighting a few other small wars. China has far more troops than we do.
Here’s another thing I’m seeing in all this. China needs land. BIG TIME. Its no secret that they want Taiwan and N Korea isn’t the only trouble they are stirring up in that area. They are also threatening Japan over the Senkaku(?) islands among other spats they are creating in the region with our allies. The spats that they are creating are all close to their home, but across the ocean for us. If they were to, say, start a few more small wars in SE Asia and draw us in, we’d be in a bad position. Short supply lines for China, long supply lines for us. We’d be fighting on their terms, not ours. China would be most likely to gain the best defensible areas first, forcing us to fight uphill. Their more numerous army would take a much longer time to be spread thin. On top of all that, we will still have our wars in the middle east, and maybe even be going after Iran by then. The more wars we fight, the more front lines we must defend. The more front lines we must defend, the more our power is taken away from the US mainland. The more of our power that is put elsewhere, the more vulnerable the mainland is. See what I’m getting at?
OK, I know that China has been disowning N Korea in the UN. Could be the oldest trick in the book. Watch the left hand, watch the left hand, watch the left hand, and get slapped by the right hand.
Russia and China are good friends, both are our enemies. After what our IMF did to Russia in Cyprus, they will take revenge… on their time. The Russians are masters of the waiting game. They have been feigning weakness since the collapse of the Soviet Union. They know the game and they know that very soon we will be weak enough for an attack. Remember, they put a nuke sub in the Gulf of Mexico and we didn’t know about it until a week after it left. We are also messing with their allies in the middle east.
I don’t think Russia could win a war with us by itself. I don’t think China could win a war with us by itself. But what if they ganged up on us? What if the Russians put another nuke sub in the Gulf of Mexico and gave us an EMP? Think about it. This country has been seriously ticking Russia and China off for decades. They want blood. That, and I’m sure all those Chinese soldiers who can’t marry because of the shortage of women in their own country would just love to get them some American pussy.
N Korea? In the first Korean War, we axed those N Korean soldiers almost right off the bat and were fighting the Chinese for the rest of the war. Their half starved troops are no match for our boys, even if they have one of the largest armies in the world. I think that its not so much N Korea you have to watch, but China.
Both eyes open, folks.