Thursday, December 24, 2009

CIA Caught Sabotaging Korean Peace

Related: Thaiing Up the Chances For Korean Peace

Readers, it truly is NOT gratifying to have suspicions confirmed

Report: Weapons flight heading to Iran The flight plan for an aircraft seized in Thailand with a load of illicit North Korean arms and ammunition shows that the mysterious plane was headed to Iran, a new report from arms trafficking researchers says. According to the flight plan seen by researchers, the aircraft was chartered by Hong Kong-based Union Top Management Ltd., or UTM, to fly oil industry spare parts from Pyongyang to Tehran, with several other stops, including in Azerbaijan and Ukraine. Thai authorities, acting on a U.S. tip ....

" ... and at this point we can stop reading and dismiss this as yet another setup to start a war." -- Wake the Flock Up

North Korea weapons: Why did pilots stop for fuel in Thailand? Thailand today brought the crew of an impounded cargo plane carrying North Korea weapons before a criminal court. The circumstances of the seizure – like why a plane with illicit arms stopped in US ally territory for refueling – is raising questions.

"No question. It is a propaganda stunt." -- Wake the Flock Up


"N. Korea may have sought to beat sanctions" by Associated Press | December 24, 2009

BANGKOK - North Korea, banned from selling arms by UN sanctions, may have gambled and lost when it dispatched 35 tons of weapons by air rather than by sea as it has done in the past. The plane was seized in Bangkok.

The 11-day saga, spanning the globe from Pyongyang to Azerbaijan to the Thai capital, remains shrouded in mystery and missing pieces, including the final destination of the Ilyushin Il-76 cargo plane now under Thai custody along with its five-man crew. The cache of North Korean weapons was not headed to Iran, a senior Thai police official said yesterday, contradicting an earlier report from arms trafficking specialists.


The crew members insisted their final destination was Sri Lanka, their lawyer said after visiting the jailed men.

Oh, that makes things tricky.

But specialists in South Korea say one thing appears clear: North Korea is seeking new ways to break through a US-led interdiction program of its arms sales.


With sadness, world, for my AmeriKan MSM is a PoS!!!