May 29, 2012
In yet another effort of the United States to expand its sphere of influence as well as possibly trigger a nuclear war, it has been reported
that American Special Forces commandos, alongside South Korean Special
Forces have been parachuting into North Korea under the guise of
gathering intelligence about the North’s underground military
The commander of US Special Forces in South Korea, Army Brigadier
General Neil Tolley, told reporters last week that North Korea had built
thousands of underground tunnels since the Korean War that took place
The Diplomat quotes Tolley as stating, “The entire tunnel infrastructure
is hidden from our satellites. So we send (South Korean) soldiers and
US soldiers to the North to do special reconnaissance.”
The National Defense Industrial Association’s website
also contains a statement where Tolley says, “After 50 years we still
don’t know much about the capability and full extent of the underground
Reports say that commandos were sent in with only the basic equipment necessary to facilitate movements and prevent detection.
The areas in question revolve around are 20 airfields which are
partially hidden underground along with thousands of artillery
The South Korea news agency, Yonhap, is reporting that North Korea has
built two new tunnels at a nuclear testing site which the media is
claiming is preparation for another test.
Regardless of the true reasons for the deployment of Special Forces
troops in North Korea, one must be aware of the track record of the
United States involvement in the foreign affairs of other countries. One
thing is certain – this new military adventure is not designed to
promote the general welfare of the world’s population.
Nevertheless, one must also ask whether or not provoking a nuclear power with a psychotic ruler is the best idea.
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