The REAL Reason With What’s Happening In North Korea – A Hidden Agenda – Hillary Clintons ‘America’s Pacific Century’ Strategic Do

Ask yourselves why North Koreas suddenly issuing all these threats for war? Why now?
The real reason is hidden and could be to do with a stategic plan called ‘America’s Pacific Century’ , by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

“The future of politics will be decided in Asia, not Afghanistan or Iraq, and the United States will be right at the center of the action.”

They (the U.S government) are using the latest North Korea threats as a hidden agenda to move it’s military troops into the far east and the surrounding areas.
It is also one other reason why western countries are moving all military troops out of countries in the middle east, Afghanistan etc.. They want to take control of far east asia.

The latest goings on in North Korea is a hidden ploy, an agenda, of what they are planning on doing which is taking control of centre politics in far east Asia.


In a November 2011 article for Foreign Policy, the term was recast as America’s Pacific Century by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to succinctly describe the leading US foreign-policy goal of the 21st century

“The Pacific Century (and the associated term Asia-Pacific Century) is a term that has been used to describe the 21st century through analogy with the term American Century. The implicit assumption underlying the usage of the term is that the 21st century will be dominated, especially economically, by the states in the Asia-Pacific region, in particular China, Japan, India, South Korea, Taiwan, the ASEAN members (particularly Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore), Australia, Russia, Canada, Mexico, and the United States..”

“Clinton’s remarks were translated into official policy at the start of 2012, as the Obama administration outlined a new China-centric military strategy.[5]The preceding year, Clinton had already “grabbed Beijing’s lapels” by declaring the South China Sea as a vital American interest.[6] The policy shift was denounced by Chinese state media, which declared that the Americans should not “recklessly practice militarism”, nor engage in “war mongering…”

What better way for the government to create and use the North Korea threats as an excuse to move it’s troops and position their military might towards far east Asia in order to gain control.

It’s all part of the plan.
There is more about this North Korea business than we know.

“In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.” 
– Franklin D. Roosevelt

I will make this clear once more….

It’s all part of their global plan.



A top State Department official met with a top representative of the North Korean government in New York in March, The Cable has learned.Clifford Hart, the State Department’s special envoy to the now-defunct six-party talks, met North Korea’s deputy ambassador to the United Nations Han Song-ryol in mid-March, just before North Korea began its latest string of provocative statements and actions, diplomatic sources said. The meeting was done through what’s known in diplomatic circles as the “New York channel,” the most common method of direct communication between Washington and Pyongyang.

No real progress was made during the meeting and no new offers were made by the U.S. officials present, the sources said. The U.S. side simply reiterated the administration’s call for North Korea to avoid provocative actions as well as its offer for a return to diplomacy if North Korea recommitted to fulfilling its international obligations and pursuing a path of denuclearization. The North Korean side simply agreed to communicate that information back to Pyongyang.

For outside experts critical of the Obama administration’s current approach to North Korea, which is based on the principle of “strategic patience,” or waiting for Pyongyang to change its calculus and rejoin multilateral talks, the meeting is only the latest indication that the administration’s policy is stagnant.

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“President Obama introduced a new defense strategy on Thursday, aimed at creating a leaner, more dynamic American fighting force with an enlarged presence in Asia and the Pacific. “

“Although the administration is seeking to trim hundreds of billions of dollars from the Pentagon budget, the president and Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta have said the United States will shift resources to the region because of its growing economic and military significance.

The United States had signalled its intention to bolster its military presence in Asia last month, and analysts say that has heightened concerns here that Washington is trying to counter China’s rise.”

“However, while boosting its military presence in the Asia-Pacific, the United States should abstain from flexing its muscles, as this won’t help solve regional disputes.”

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The Pacific Century (and the associated term Asia-Pacific Century) is a term that has been used to describe the 21st century through analogy with the term American Century. The implicit assumption underlying the usage of the term is that the 21st century will be dominated, especiallyeconomically, by the states in the Asia-Pacific region, in particular ChinaJapanIndiaSouth KoreaTaiwan, the ASEAN members (particularly IndonesiaVietnamPhilippinesThailandMalaysia and Singapore), AustraliaRussiaCanadaMexico, and the United States. This idea can be compared to the historical Eurocentric/Atlantic viewpoint, which has dominated for the past five centuries.



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