Lights, Camera, Action

I was suspicious of this Otto Warmbier story from the beginning. I follow about half the output of a dozen narrators on youtube, and a recent one by Texas Shrugged is excellent.

He consolidated the major reasons why this entire story is almost certainly a hoax.

Normally I link to videos at the end of posts. But this time it is important to watch it first. 12 minutes. Then I will add comments.

As demonstrated, the acting is terrible. This is highlighted in the video.


We are talking about the father of Otto, who was jovial at the beginning of the press conference (an homage to Robbie Parker!). The father even mentioned his son’s “performance.” As a father myself none of this adds up.

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The camera footage of Otto on the hallway taking the poster looks fake. Someone’s head is also inserted into the lower left frame at one point to give it a clandestine look and feel. The scene includes coding and numerology everywhere, as demonstrated in the video.

Is Otto an American from Virginia? A British agent with a good American accent?

I wonder if any of this took place in North Korea.

So what are we dealing with here? These are the options, from least likely to most likely.

That this story – Otto Warmbier = “Ought to have a warm beer” – is legitimate. (Unlikely).

That the US/UK, with the usual cult of executive producers, conjured up this false drama outside of North Korea:  made in a Hollywood basement. Then they pushed it into the global media complex, and bribed or blackmailed North Korea not to protest. (Maybe).

That the US/UK, collaborating with North Korea (and possibly Russia and China, which, after all, are silent about every false-flag event including 9-11), produced this story as part of the World War III drama, you know, the Gangnam Style Horseman of the Apocalypse, the Greatest Show on Earth, the Book of Revelation that has to be lied into fulfilment. (Maybe).

That a cult of controllers, over and above any national government, is writing the script, directing the actors, and inserting the drama into multiple media narratives. This would mean that the national governments in question (all the superpower plus North Korea) are mid-way down the pyramid, and merely interfacing between the top and the bottom. (Most likely).

My academic background in Political Science and International Relations rests on layers of fraud and lies – “international relations,” my ass… The entire field is founded upon the false assumption of national sovereignty. My Ph.D. is meaningless, really, just a union card for a paycheck.

What about my father, who was actually US Special Envoy to North Korea? And who went to Pyongyang multiple times? One time, in December of 2009, I had drinks with him in Seoul the night before he departed (where by chance I was teaching a course), even delivering long john underwear from the PX upon his request…

He told me the North Koreans do not heat the negotiating room in the winter, and then at the end advance a request for heating oil, by which time the Americans are thinking “of course, we’re all freezing, where do we sign?”


Above: The most honorable diplomat the US ever had – and critical of more than one would think.

To what extent were his surroundings “constructed?” By powers over and above any government?

To what extent were he and the other negotiators “contextualized?”

Is there joint sovereignty between North Korea and a combine of superpowers?

Are there special administrative districts outside of Pyongyang run by other powers?

After the Korean War, the US never left South Korea, but China supposedly rolled right up out of North Korea? Abandoning everything? Just left?


My photo from a few years ago

As for myself, I went to the De-Militarized Zone in South Korea. I went in a bus with US soldiers, some of whom were young and dumb. I overheard one of them, looking around at the installations and security, ask his friend “what, was there a war around here?” Apparently he missed the history briefing before deployment. Or the Army back home forgot to schedule some adjunct instructor from the community college, to explain to the soldiers what happened in the 1950s. So they just show up with no idea. Long time readers will remember that story and these photos.


Standing next to a South Korean guard in the “ROC Ready” position. Are you ROC Ready?

I now notice for the first time that I’m wearing a flat earth badge. Nice.

I dropped coins into the binoculars and looked into North Korea.

I saw a few farmers attending to crops, and some buildings, both real and fake. Yes, some of the buildings are just two-dimensional wooden facades, supposedly erected to fool South Koreans into thinking North Korea was prosperous. At least, that is what our South Korean tour operators told us.

Maybe these false buildings were clues “in plain sight,” sending a message to all of us, on both sides of the DMZ and around the world: we are all in a movie set.

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