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Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Mon Jul 31, 2017 5:57 pm


Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

The Show of Force Game Escalates.

Would The U.S. Really Bomb North Korea ?

What have WE learned, if anything from WW 1, WW 2, the Korean War, Operation Northwoods, The Bay of Pigs and
The Blockade of Cuba, Viet Nam, Laos, Cambodia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, etc., ?

Since there is Really No Such Thing as Democracy, or Representative Government in the U.S., "We the People..."
continue to eat, drink, sleep, live, and work like so many hundreds of millions of hamster's, mice, and rat's in
the maze and on the wheels for the Secret State, the Secret Government, the High Cabal, and the Military Industrial
Corporations, receiving the Controlled, Selected, Manna of Knowledge from the Government Controlled Main Stream
News Medias, what can "We the People..." reason or think for ourselves that has any value ? We can picket and protest,
and wait for the Next National Election. (07.31.2017, BB).

Reuters,The Telegraph 21 hours ago

US Air Force B-1B Lancer - US DOD/PACAF

The United States flew two B-1B bombers over the Korean peninsula in a show of force after recent North Korean missile
tests, the U.S. Air Force said in a statement on Sunday.

North Korea said it conducted another successful test of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on Friday that proved
its ability to strike America's mainland, drawing a sharp warning from U.S. President Donald Trump.

The B-1B flight, conducted on Saturday, was in direct response to the missile test and the previous July 3 launch of the
"Hwansong-14" rocket, the U.S. statement said. The bombers took off from a U.S. air base in Guam, and were joined by
Japanese and South Korean fighter jets during the exercise, according to the statement.

"North Korea remains the most urgent threat to regional stability," Pacific Air Forces commander General Terrence J.
O'Shaughnessy said in the statement.

"If called upon, we are ready to respond with rapid, lethal, and overwhelming force at a time and place of our choosing".

The U.S. has in the past used overflights of the supersonic B1-B "Lancer" bomber as a show of force in response to North
Korean missile or nuclear tests.

North Koreas nuclear history: key moments

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un personally supervised the midnight test launch of the missile on Friday night and said
it was a "stern warning" for the United States that it would not be safe from destruction if it tries to attack, the North's
official KCNA news agency said.

North Korea's state television broadcast pictures of the launch, showing the missile lifting off in a fiery blast in darkness
and Kim cheering with military aides.

China, the North's main ally, said it opposed North Korea's missile launches, which it said violate United Nations Security
Council resolutions designed to curb Pyongyang's banned nuclear and missile programmes.

"At the same time, China hopes all parties act with caution, to prevent tensions from continuing to escalate," China's
foreign ministry said in a statement on Saturday.

However, Trump said he was "very disappointed in China".

In a message on Twitter, he said: "Our foolish past leaders have allowed them to make hundreds of billions of dollars a
year in trade, yet..."

"...they do NOTHING for us with North Korea, just talk. We will no longer allow this to continue. China could easily solve
this problem!" he said in a subsequent tweet.

The Hwasong-14, named after the Korean word for Mars, reached an altitude of 3,724.9 km (2,314.6 miles) and flew 998
km (620 miles)for 47 minutes and 12 seconds before landing in the waters off the Korean peninsula's east coast, KCNA

Intercontinental ballistic missile test launch map.

Western experts said calculations based on that flight data and estimates from the U.S., Japanese and South Korean
militaries showed the missile could have been capable of going as far into the United States as Denver and Chicago.

David Wright of the U.S.-based Union of Concerned Scientists wrote in a blog post that if it had flown on a standard
trajectory, the missile would have had a range of 10,400 km (6,500 miles).

North Korea refers to the United States as its sworn enemy in its propaganda, and has done so since the 1950-53
Korean War in which the Soviet and Chinese-backed North fought against the U.S.-backed South. The isolated country
often shows mockup images of a missile hitting key U.S. landmarks in its media.

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely
yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts,
or writings on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK
Researchers who may not be as well versed as you.

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