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Sunday, April 07, 2013

Japanese find out US military has secret relationship with North Korea


We all know the US secretly funds and orchestrates all 

sides 

in all wars.  Here they are at it

 secretly supporting 

North Korea no doubt requesting some evil threat to

 justify the build up of their military around Asia.


LEFT IN THE DARK: Secret U.S. military flights carried officials, equipment to N. Korea

February 15, 2013 — By YOSHIHIRO MAKINO The Asahi Shimbun

Senior U.S. administration officials held secret talks in North Korea on at least three occasions in 2011 and 2012, The Asahi Shimbun has learned.
Although the visits had potential implications for Japan, Washington did not inform its security partner at the time and only informally confirmed one of them when the Japanese side pressed, government and other sources in Japan, South Korea and the United States said.

The U.S. State Department even warned the Foreign Ministry against making further inquiries, saying they would harm bilateral relations, the sources said.

U.S. military planes flew from an air base in Guam to Pyongyang and back on April 7, 2012, and again on a longer visit lasting from Aug. 18-20, the sources said.

It is believed that those aboard included Sydney Seiler, director for Korea at the U.S. National Security Council, and Joseph DeTrani, who headed the North Korea desk at the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence. DeTrani left the post in May.

They met with North Korean officials and discussed policies following the death of leader Kim Jong Il in December 2011.




The North Korean delegation included Jang Song Thaek, vice chairman of the National Defense Commission and husband of Kim Jong Il’s sister. Jang is widely considered to serve as a mentor for Kim Jong Un, who succeeded his father as his nation’s leader.

The Japanese government only learned about the flights after receiving reports from hobbyists monitoring activity at military bases and also analyzing air traffic flight plans.

When the Japanese side submitted an official inquiry, U.S. officials expressed frustration that the request had been made, citing the subject’s confidential nature. The State Department warned Japan against inquiring further, saying Washington-Tokyo ties could be damaged.

The third visit that The Asahi Shimbun has confirmed is one that took place in November 2011. Sources said at least one military aircraft from the Guam air base loaded heavy equipment, including bulldozers, at Yokota Air Base in western Tokyo and flew to Pyongyang.

It is believed that the delegation included officials from the U.S. Pacific Command. They met with North Korean officials and discussed efforts to recover the remains of U.S. soldiers killed during the 1950-53 Korean War, the sources said.

When Japan inquired about this visit, U.S. officials unofficially confirmed that it had taken place, the sources said.

Please check a related article at (http://ajw.asahi.com/article/asia/korean_peninsula/AJ201302150084).


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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bwahahahah!.

Odh, dear Japanese, are yu surprised?

How much would you consider that the same gov. made arrangements with a certain democracy in the Mideast, to screw you with your fukushima?

What for?!

Because your gov.- was loyal to you re. your banking system- did not betray you, japanese, in the gold reserves- they way the E.U. betrayed their people.

Thos little ole Elite wanted to have you, jpanese under their thumbs also, but your gov. held fast. ...until Fukushima.

Such are the Elite, worldwide.

God help us!

Mark D'Viglio said...

Really, bulldozers? Oh, they don't have them in n. Korea? Have to fly them in? Searching for remains of fallen soldiers is hardly controversial, why all the cloak and dagger....and who flies bulldozers? They weigh double an m1 Abrams tank...double..160,000 lbs. you usually would use a ship. The heavy equipment was obviously nuclear equipment, to make their nuke threat credible, making Japan beholden to the use, justifying our increased deployment of anti-missile tech, and more spending.

Mark D'Viglio said...

We are simply arming n. Korea, to justify our endless military spending. Another false flag in the making