A warning to triple A countries

The Americans continue their provocations against the North Koreans with more military drills and a series of offensive anti North Korea media reports. Many western reporters have been roped in, including some from Asia and even Singapore, to write derogatory and biased reports about North Korea and Kim Jung Il. Now they are intensifying their provocations by attempting to freeze North Korean bank accounts in US banks and western banks that the US could manipulate. And they cry out loud that the North Koreans are provocative. But the western world and the American lackeys could not see any provocative acts on the part of the Americans. What did the North Koreans do to be branded as provocative? Could not they react to such provocations by the Americans? The freezing of North Korean bank accounts is a warning to all the triple A countries that their turn will come. These Asian, African and Latin American countries should take heed of this warning and move their money out of America and American banks, including those banks that are American allies, particularly those in Europe. They should park their money in banks that the Americans cannot lay their hands on or touch them. But if they choose to be silly and continue to park their money in American and European banks, they will have to take the risk of their money being frozen one day.


Wally Buffet said...


The Chinese banks are literally laughing all the way to the bank when the Yanks do this.

Smaller countries and those bickering with the Americans will divert their funds to PRC banks or financial institutions which are already getting bigger and more international.

In response to the war like stance by the US and the South Koreans, the Chinese are already conducting war games and military exercises to send a little message to the bullies to quit boxing the little boy (North Korea) or all hell will break loose. With the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan quietening down and the withdrawal of forces already begun, maybe the Americans want to arouse a little military action elsewhere to keep their armed forces gainfully occupied and the generals earning their keep.


Anonymous said...

After getting rid of their obsolete weapons in Iraq and Afghanistan, it is time to wind down and go home.

The next round of near obsolete weapons will be unloaded, probably on Iran first. North Korea and Venezuela are potential targets for follow ups.

How could America not prosper when weapons production is their main industrial base. Every war is a bonus for them.

And they are the most peace loving country in the world.

Matilah_Singapura said...

Lucky, the American's now have George W Obama running the show at the world's largest and most powerful religious state -- the US of A, praise be to geezus!

When the American's kill yellow or brown people, they do so because they are doing god's righteous work.

Kill those slant-eyed yellow commies, c'mon... be real Americans and conquer. Remember, god chose you!

Chua Chin Leng aka redbean said...

Matilah, Stop encouraging them. They will believe you.

Matilah_Singapura said...

redbean, if you were as good a student of history as you are a bullshitter, you will understand that the game is already up.

Going to war is big money in America. And they have in their pockets many willing "partners" -- aka many names such as "coalition of the willing".

ASEAN leaders lick US balls becuase their GLC's and connected businnesspeople can make a lot of money during gloabl conflict.

Sure, this is at the expense of the overall economy -- the peaceful people looking after their families and earning a living... but fuck it. There is too much money to be made for the "elite" classes -- the military-industrial-political-banking massive organised, cartelised global criminal gang.

"American democracy" is a dog and pony show -- better bullshit than you find on "infomercial shopping TV": the US govt have no problem installing brutal dictators in any territory, as long as that action serves US power brokers' purposes.

The public at large likes this: they've bought into the idea that Uncle Sam will look after us because they "fight for your freedom".

Bullshit. Bullshit. Bullshit.

So, that being said, Uncle Sam, do your fucking magic and start bombing the brown and yellow bastards of the world.

But wait, there's more (infomercial style). If N Korea calls now, they get absolutely free American protection.

All Uncle Kim JL has to do is to become a US ally. As long as it is in the US interest, Kim can keep his mansions and porn, become richer and more powerful, and increase his "happiness" at MORE of the expense of his already brutalised people.

Kim, call now. The lines are open.

Matilah_Singapura said...

P.S. Singapore.

During the Vietnam war, S'pores businesses and GLC made tons of money.

Sure, many poor souls got killed, but what the heck?

S'pore banks made money. US-Israel-Singapore ties were strengthened. Charted Industries made plenty of dough.

War? No good for the average Jo (in fact deadly) but terrific for govt-connected business.

Let's go! War in SE Asia will make certain elites in S'pore very, very rich. The bad news is that many of our young sons will be killed. But what the hell...Making money at the cost of human life is just like any other cost to doing business.

Anonymous said...

Me am sure of one thing and that is, Kim Jong Ill was threatened by Bush Junior who never dare touched the Former when the Latter was President.

It will be nice to have a chance to see the US in action again in Asia, the Last One in Vietnam gave Singaporeans and the World lots of news to read round the clock. And if SIN can benefit from any action, why not? Me says; let's welcome the cowboys!

It will be better of course if foreign(to US) warriors are to fight their battles within the US itself, that would mean heroic acts of humanity to me.


Chua Chin Leng aka redbean said...

I fully agree. The South Koreans wanted a war. They think they will win with Americans behind them prodding them to go on.

The North Koreans should reciprocate. And if they can't hold their ground, they can then invite the Chinese to come in.

It will be fun! No casualties, no one dying.

Matilah_Singapura said...


>It will be fun! No casualties, no one dying. <

How can that be fun? That's boring lah!

The whole idea of "fun" is when humans in large groups behave irrationally and kill each other, while the more "controlled" ones among us watch the whole thing on the net or on tv.

That's what I call rockin' fun!

You guys are talking cock when you imagine scenarios where N Korea looks like "the victor". You don't understand US Foreign Policy nor is the huge "business model" involved in starting wars.

War -- because you've been conned by the media -- looks like "good guy" vs "bad guy". If you believe that, good -- enjoy your delusion. The MSM has been in every war (they make money too) as lapdogs of the establishment: the govt and its political and military contractors... and the bankers.

And the MSM does what it does best: bullshit the public into thinking that the news they report is "objective". Bullshit. Eisenhower warned of the "military industrial" complex way back in the 50's. As an ex-soldier he (and many others with his military background) explained how "war is a racket", and how the public are duped in supporting "the just cause".

Glad you brought up the Bush family. Grandpa Bush sold weapons to both the Germans and the Allies in WW1.

During the Napoleonic wars, Rothchild lent money to both Napoleon and the Brits.

President Eisenhower first used the term “military industrial complex” during his farewell
address to describe a growing threat to democracy. By allowing military, business, and political
leaders, driven by mutual interests, to make decisions involving war, this group of elites will
continually choose personal profits over the interests of the public. As a result, a substantial amount
of political power is surrendered to corporate leaders who cut corners to make profits or worse, they
finance the other side as well. In his address, Eisenhower stated:

This conjunction of an immense military establishment and a large arms industry is
new in the American experience. The total influence -- economic, political, even
spiritual -- is felt in every city, every State house, every office of the Federal
government. We recognize the imperative need for this development. Yet we must
not fail to comprehend its grave implications. Our toil, resources and livelihood are
all involved; so is the very structure of our society. In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or
unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of
misplaced power exists and will persist (Marshall 1-2).

Eisenhower recognized the growing abuse of power in the American political, military, and industrial
sectors. He understood that the military-industrial complex thrives through war, and the industries
involved stand to profit from all conflicts and war at the expense of the American soldier.

Read the 4-page PDF here

Follow the money and power!