Interview 1062 – James Perloff Explodes the Korean War Lies

06/25/20155 Comments

On the 65th anniversary of the beginning of the Korean War James is joined by James Perloff of jamesperloff.com to discuss his in-depth article, “The Korean War: Another Conflict that Served the Illuminati Agenda.” From deals with the Soviets to protection for the Chinese to pulled punches and “missed” opportunities, we examine how the pretext for the war was created, why it was thrown, and who was behind it.

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  1. MrMagneto says:

    wow, what an interesting story! It points to the incredibly ambiguous role the UN has played since its inception. Thanks for this Jameses!

  2. turley2u says:

    For addition reading, “Forrestal ignored: China Lost to Reds, Korean War Fought”
    http://www.dcdave.com/article5/110530.htm

  3. nosoapradio says:

    If Alan Alda were dead, he’d be rolling in his grave… Well, suicide is painless and brings on many changes…

  4. ccuthbert2001 says:

    James Perloff’s info is very important for people to learn. His are always interesting interviews. Also, just watched Shadowring. It’s good as an intro.

    However, and I hope both Jameses read this–as a group, we really have to stop saying “we” when referring to the central gov’t or any gov’t. This is very subtle but vitally important programming that must be broken. Perloff is the bigger offender on this. We must make the distinction between society and gov’t, between the sleazy creeps who run things and the innocent citizenry. There are many more terms that we shouldn’t use when describing the reality of our political situation: “The elite,” “intelligence community,” “public service,” etc.

    Please, please, PLEASE, I’m begging, stop saying WE.

  5. VoltaicDude says:

    At about 11:00 minutes into this podcast, James Perloff starts to talk about how in 1950 North Korean leader Kim Il-sung was politically manipulated by the U.S. into invading South Korea to achieve national unity.

    Essentially he was sucker-punched, not even for anything particularly about Korea, but simply to serve the ambitions of imperial globalists.

    It was similar to what happened in Pearl Harbor, which Perloff alludes to at about 13:45 minutes, regarding Gen. Marshall’s withholding info that the Japanese were to attack Pearl Harbor.

    But these types of tactics have been used repeatedly in the history of American Empire with continuous success, even though they require an element of surprise!

    While the Korean War (or “U.N. police action”) may have shared some similarities with Pearl Harbor, the events leading to the First Gulf War (1990-91) were almost identical to the Korean set-up.

    See: Gulf War Documents: Meeting between Saddam Hussein and US …
    http://www.globalresearch.ca/gulf-war-documents-meeting-between-saddam-hussein-and-ambassador-to-iraq-april-glaspie/31145

    In 1990 Saddam Hussein (originally a creation of the CIA himself), was essentially told that the U.S. would have no problem with an Iraqi military action against Kuwait.

    Some of the longstanding tensions between Iraq and Kuwait were even “unification” issues – Kuwait was originally a very artificially delineated protectorate of the British Empire 100 years earlier, essentially annexing 90% of Iraq’s Persian Gulf coastline.

    There were other issues too:
    – Kuwait had been stealing Iraqi oil (using drilling techniques obtained through U.S. companies associated through their board members with the national security council and the state department)
    – and onerous debt from loans financing Iraq’s war with Iran – which Saddam Hussein had been pushed to fight as proxy in retaliation for Iran’s toppling of the U.S. puppet Shah

    It was for the Iraq-Iran war that the U.S. supplied Saddam Hussein with Sarin gas, via German industrial and other connections – poison gas which he ultimately did use against the Iranians as well as Iraqi Kurds.

    It was those same WMD that would with huge irony later serve as the reasoning behind Bush II’s Second Gulf War (after they had already been known to be destroyed via weapons inspections stipulated as part of the ceasefire in 1991).

    Immediately after Saddam Hussein’s tanks rolled into Kuwait, Pres. Bush (Bush I) declared, “this will not stand, this aggression against Kuwait.”

    It was virtually the same set-up as the Korean War.

    Thanks James and James for your great work!

    Amazing revelations: from the U.S.’s order that Formosa stand down to mainland China; to the Soviet Union’s abstaining U.N. vote, instead of vetoing the U.N. Korean action; to the analysis that the motivation behind starting the Korean War was simply to establish the authority of the U.N.

    It’s equally important that you put all this information in its proper proportion by reminding us of the suffering and death these globalist “tactics” have caused.

    As large a portion as possible of the public needs to become familiar with these historical facts.

    As you also alluded to: “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
    – George Santayana

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