Skip to comments.PRC Sold Mobile ICBM Transport Vehicles to N. Korea; Obama Admin. Covered It Up (Breaking)
Posted on 06/12/2012 9:26:34 PM PDT by AmericanInTokyo
The news report is HERE:
This is from Japanese TV news today, it reports that the sale occured in August last year (4 mobile transporters used in North Korea's massive military parade showcasing the mobile nature of their ICBM program, including modified Scud, Nodong, etc.). Japan caught wind of this dangerous, nefarious PRC-DPRK deal in October.
The United States also came to know this material fact.
The sale marks a complete violation of UN embargoes on such material and equipment for export to the DPRK for thier intermediate and long range missile program. Japanese news notes the US kept silent about this development despite knowledge of what had happened. In the meantime of course we know about Obama overtures to the North Koreans through diplomatic channels to somehow keep them in a safe box until after the election, and other absolute dastardly if not seditious foreign policy actions.
Who knew NKorea had lumberjacks...
Thank God for the rest of the civilized world who seem to dislike Obama as much as we do and seem to realize that the US press will do nothing to report, nevermind research anything he says or does.
Thank you Japan...
Check the 4th section from the bottom.
Obama saw the paint scheme on the missile transport and thought it was a Choom Wagon.
Yeah, it does not get much worse than this. I hope and wonder and pray that we can even make it to January 2013, let alone next November. Goosebump time for sure. We are in a world of trouble I’ll ya.
No, sorry, it is breaking alright. That aspect of Obama working to downplay this PRC-DPRK transaction and spike it is breaking. The Japanese here are pretty apoplectic. (Though we did see the video of this vehicle months ago in Pyongyang, true, Japanese military analysts on national TV began their analysis at that time. US news media....nowhere to be found.
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