Kim Jong-un’s crimes pale in comparison to those of the big boys

Kurt Nimmo
February 17, 2014

The United Nations wants to drag the Supreme Leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, before the International Criminal Court. The Great Successor, as the totalitarian government of North Korea likes to call its wet behind the ears hereditary leader, stands accused of torturing his fellow countrymen and women, forcing them to eat grass and dirt, and perpetuating starvation and killings “comparable to Nazi-era atrocities,” according to the globalist organization.

Apparently not satisfied to merely piss off North Korea and its fossilized thug regime, the UN has decided to implicate China as well for good measure. Investigators said China might be “aiding and abetting crimes against humanity” by sending migrants and defectors back to North Korea to face torture or execution, according to CNN.

Of course, if the UN was in fact a legitimate forum and not merely a toothless attack dog for the global elite, it wouldn’t waste its time chewing on little North Korea, a well-worn punching bag used to distract from the big time killers and habitual psychopaths. That’s not to say North Korea’s thugocracy is not reprehensible. It certainly is. There are far larger fish to fry, though.

North Korea has provided the United Nations and its globalist overlords with all the ammo they need to carry out the real program here – containing the impertinence of an expansionist China and maintaining the “structural pivot of contemporary U.S. hegemony in East Asia,” as Stephen R. Shalom and Mark Selden put it.

Besides, if the United Nations was truly interested in slaying monsters it would go after the bankster enforcer agency, the CIA. From Vietnam to Indonesia, Guatemala to Nicaragua, and Chile to Iraq and beyond, the CIA, according to former CIA station chief John Stockwell, is responsible for butchering over 6 million people (as of the 1980s when Stockwell made his estimate; we can add a couple million more since that time).

“There’s a lesson in all of this,” writes Stockwell. “And the lesson is that it isn’t only Gestapo maniacs, or KGB maniacs, that do inhuman things to other people, it’s people that do inhuman things to other people. And we are responsible for doing these things, on a massive basis, to people of the world today. And we do it in a way that gives us this plausible denial to our own consciences; we create a CIA, a secret police, we give them a vast budget, and we let them go and run these programs in our name, and we pretend like we don’t know it’s going on, although the information is there for us to know; and we pretend like it’s ok because we’re fighting some vague communist threat.”

Now, of course, it is the terror threat. Our rulers retired the commie threat. The terror threat is far more amorphous and insidiously effective. One concrete aspect, though, is North Korea, which is part of the Axis of Evil. It has nukes, supposedly, and so does Iran, another rogue on the evil list. If your enemies have nukes, you can pretty much do whatever you want to them, even if there is no conclusive evidence they in fact do have them, as is the case with Iran.

Kim Jong-un will never sit in the docket at the Hague. Justice is not the point. Distraction is. The United States government and its vast military machine locked and loaded in the hands of a small and hidden cabal of banksters and fascist corporatists has killed more people than a hundred North Koreas. They fully intend to kill millions if not billions more.

The global elite now have a stupendous surveillance component that will make resistance futile. For now we can bitch and moan, but soon enough, after the next staged terrorist drama, resistance will not be tolerated. Our own Dear Leader and the grocery clerks in Congress have signaled they have no intention to take down the surveillance and control grid. It is here to stay.

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