BOSTON MARATHON BOMBED - ONE SUSPECT IS NORTH KOREA
Obama fears pointing to Kim Jong-Un. Ricin, a North Korean poison, was also mailed to Senator Wicker. (Updated 4/19/2013)
URGENT FLASH OF APRIL 19, 2013: THE AXIS TERM BELOW IS MATCHED WITH THE LAST NAME OF THE TSARNAEV BROTHERS WHO WERE THE BOMBERS. THE MATRIX IS FOUND HERE.
Within a day of the finish of the tiny Pyongyang, North Korea Marathon, the Boston Marathon was bombed. The bombing occurred on the 101st anniversary of the birth of North Korea’s founding communist, Kim Il-Sung. It also occurs at a time that that North Korea has threatened to launch a nuclear attack against the U.S., South Korea, and Japan. While no firm conclusion can be drawn from the matrix below or evidence yet, the axis term is BOSTON RACE. There is a transliteration of KOREA. KIM is seen at skip +1, fitting between two letters of KOREA. WAR is in the open text. The word JEALOUS is found in the same column as KOREA. There were only 14 foreigners and 237 Koreans in the Korean marathon (which was not won by a Korean). Perhaps in frustration, Kim Jong-Un set off the explosions in Boston as revenge for the small participation in Korea. A transliteration of RICIN is on the 360-letter matrix. Ricin was used by North Koreans for an assassination attempt. Adding one row is required to see the word ARAB.
ON OBAMA'S INITIAL REACTION. A word of caution. If this event was carried out by North Korea, they could tell our president that they did it, and add that there are hundreds of similar devices in our country set to go off by cell phone ignition system. They would then demand that Obama pay them to keep this from happening. North Korea is a criminal state. This is how they operate. Even if this particular event was organized by a Muslim group or by a far-right American organization, the threat of this type of act by North Korea remains. It is certainly an easier attack to carry out against our nation than one that depends on intercontinental ballistic missiles. In listening to Obama's first words about the attack, noticeably absent again was the word terrorism. He spoke about individuals or groups being held accountable, but he did not include the word nations which could have included North Korea. This already sounds like a surrender.
ON THE ATTEMPT TO POISON SENATOR ROGER WICKER BY RICIN. Senator Wicker serves on three Senate Armed Service subcommittees. He has played an active role on the issue of North Korean nuclear weapons. In 2009 he grilled Christopher Hill about his nomination to be ambassador to Iraq. This may be relevant because the Senator's position would naturally invite the anger of North Korea, a country with ricin in its assassination tool kit. As Kim Jong-Un did not attack the U.S., South Korea and Japan as threatened (or launch the missiles on its east coast as threatened), the North Korean leader may have settled for the combination of a terrorist attack on our marathon (basically when North Korea was holding its marathon) and an attempt to kill Wicker. Without doing anything, Kim Jong-Un risks being deposed from power. The following is an extract of the exchange between Wicker and Hill about North Korea:
Senator Wicker. OK. Let me ask you one other thing. There's
a letter by--signed by some five Senators--Ensign, Inhofe,
Bond, Kyle, Brownback--in which they are urging the President
not to choose to appoint you. And they say this, in testimony
before the Foreign Affairs Subcommittee, Secretary Hill said,
``Clearly we cannot be reaching a nuclear agreement with North
Korea if at the same time they're proliferating, it is
unacceptable,'' your quote.
Mr. Hill. Yeah.
Senator Wicker. And yet they say that, at a time when
Congress was trying to answer key questions about Korea's
proliferation to Syria, you were involved in those
negotiations, contrary to what they believe was your clear
statement to the subcommittee.
Mr. Hill. That we can not reach an agreement if they're
Senator Wicker. Yes, well do you see a contradiction there?
Congress was still wrestling with the fact that--that North
Korea was proliferating to Syria. And yet you went ahead. I'd
just ask you to respond to that.
Mr. Hill. Well, yeah. To the best of our estimate--that is
other agencies in the U.S. Government, to the best of their
estimate--the North Koreans ceased proliferating after this
facility was destroyed.
Now, it is very clear, at least it's very clear to me and I
think very clear to most people--that unbeknownst to us, the
North Koreans had carried on a program to assist Syria in the
construction of a nuclear reactor.
We are not aware, to this day, of any transfer of actual
nuclear material. We are aware, of course, of the transfer of
nuclear technology, or we became aware of this. The North
Koreans subsequently stated, and it's part of our agreement,
that they have no ongoing proliferation activity. We wanted
that statement to be expanded to acknowledge the fact that they
were proliferating. So, what they did was they acknowledged our
concerns about it, they did not acknowledge their past
Do I think that is an honest reaction from the North
Koreans, that it is in the spirit of what we're trying to do?
No, it isn't. The North Koreans are a people who try to play by
their own set of rules and it is difficult to get things done
with them. We felt it was--given that we had assurances that
they had stopped, but more importantly we had indications that
it stopped. Because frankly, getting assurances or getting any
statements from the North Koreans are not what we're after,
we're after facts not statements.
When we saw that the activities had stopped, we felt it was
worthwhile to continue the effort to disable their nuclear
facilities in Yongbyon because at the end of the day, if we can
prevent the North Korean nuclear problem from becoming a bigger
problem than it is--right now it is a 30 kilo problem. Had we
not succeeded in shutting down their facilities and in
disabling their facilities, that 30 kilo problem could have
been a 60 kilo problem, a 100 kilo problem. I am the first to
say, Senator, that the job is not done. They have some 30 kilos
and we can not rest until we get the 30 kilos from them.
The issue that I've had to deal with as an implementer of a
policy, and I want to stress there was a chain of command here
and I was not off on my own. I was receiving instructions
pretty much on a daily basis, and during the actual
negotiations I received instructions even from Secretary Rice--
that our effort was to try to shut down and disable the
production of nuclear materials and then to--to continue and
get them to put on the table the nuclear materials they had
already produced, that is the 30 kilos.
It was at that phase, which did not come, but that was the
phase where we anticipated--and where I explained to Senator
Brownback--that is that next phase that we would be prepared,
and in return for that nuclear material on the table, we would
be prepared to launch a normalization effort with the North
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MATRIX. As per my standard protocol, no statistical significance is assigned to the axis term, here BOSTON RACE at its lowest skip. While I ran a quick calculation for the combined statistical value of the first figure, it really is of no value unless it can be shown that this blast was caused by North Korea, it started a war planned by Kim Jong-Un, and it was over jealousy. Adding a row allows us to see ARAB. At best we can look at the individual values of the terms shown. For the 36 row by 10 column matrix, the most significant term was WAR, which was there in the open text against odds of about 24 to 1. Two spellings were checked for KOREA, and one of them was found against odds of about 18 to 1. Kim was found at skip +1 against odds of about 11 to 1. The transliteration of RICIN (not as good as a 5-letter spelling with a second letter yud) had about 1 chance in 5 to be here. If we add ARAB to the calculation, the larger matrix will result in a slight decrease in statistical value of the other words shown. As is shown below the spreadsheet, it is also possible to pair ARAB at skip +1 with BOSTON RACE with no row split for the axis term in a 532-letter matrix. Odds against this match were about 36 to 1, but we lose Korea in it. It should be pointed out that even if this bombing was carried out by an Arab, it could have been done in conjunction with North Korea. Kim Jong-Un likes top athletes, so perhaps he directed the bomb to go off well after the winners were determined. After all, he wouldn't want to upset Dennis Rodman.