British Ops in Asia: Strategic Implications of the Korean Crisis
December 21, 2010 • 5:08PM

The recent provocations on the Korean Peninsula are curious to say the least, as they seem to be local incidents. But a strategic view shows us that the British Monetary empire is up to their old tricks again, provoking destabilization attempts in Asia, and especially China, to kill any prospect for development. These incidents occur at a time when the empire's Inter Alpha Group of Banks is collapsing. This added source of desperation by the British is a strategic factor and should not be overlooked. So, do not fall for the British trick of being divided and subsequently conquered, defeat the British instead.