North Korea: Lies & The Liars Who Tell Them
Remember this from a few days ago?
— The Hill (@thehill) May 30, 2019
Three days later, the truth came out—Kim Yong Col wasn’t executed. In fact, he was spotted with his supposed executioner, Kim Jong-un, at an arts performance.
Tell me lies, tell me sweet little …https://t.co/EeyujejiCh
— Steve Alan Jones (@stevejones1911) June 3, 2019
This yet another example of corporate fake news media’s willingness to buy into lies if it serves to demonize official enemies.
Saddam’s WMDs, al-Bashir’s chemical attacks, and dozens of other lies drive consensus for war, murder, and destruction.
This is only possible because so many Americans—most little more than headline skimmers—are not interested in paying attention unless it concerns
Game of Thrones.
This makes sense. Both are fantasy.
Editor’s Note: And just prior to this, Nimmo wrote:
I believe this is more propaganda designed to further demonize Kim Jung-un for refusing to humbly accept the submission of his country to the neoliberal creed.
OMG. A reminder of who Kim Jung UN really is. Eyes wide open, Mr. President. “North Korea’s Kim Jong Un carrying out purge after Hanoi summit…” https://t.co/E6GmT7MKqj
— Michael McFaul (@McFaul) May 31, 2019
Michael McFaul might be considered the “Russia reset” guy during the Obama administration. He helped found the Moscow Carnegie Center and sits on the board of trustees at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, an organization long ago dedicated to manipulating public opinion and engineering consent for the establishment agenda.
Of course, there is a little direct evidence Kim Hyok Chol was executed. The report came from South Korea’s Chosun Ilbo newspaper. It is described as a “rightwing” newspaper. There doesn’t seem to be any secondary confirmation of this supposed execution.
In the US, however, propaganda doesn’t need evidence. The public has been trained to accept as unvarnished truth just about anything the government and its propaganda media put out, no matter how outrageous (e.g. Russian bots elected Trump).
The message here is that the unverified execution of Mr. Hyok Chol was in response to his inability to reach a deal with the Americans.
This sidelines the fact that Sec. State Pompeo is not interested in real negotiations and demands North Korea submit to the exceptional and indispensable nation’s demands.
Kim undoubtedly remembers what happened to Gaddafi when he gave up his nuclear weapons program.
Article posted with permission from Kurt Nimmo.