How the war in Korea was ended – why history shows there already that elimination of crematory methods made the difference. Or “how China was pushed out because of their use of the T34-85M”.

I was reading again the history of the Korea War, that is similar to the war in Ukraine to a good degree, the North Korean casus belli was that they saw crematory howitzers at the South, the idea imported by Paperclip agents from the US armed forces. As reminder, PVA means the Chinese communist forces.

In the Second Battle of the Hook Centurion tanks went over Jeeps and rovers.

It’s in my opinion the prime elimination of the nazis from Paperclip in the… war perhaps. But there remains some soldiers earlier trained with these nazi methods. In the Battle for Outpost Vegas (making me think as well of nuclear tests near Las Vegas at the same time, confirming it was the point of study…) we read that “At night, when the tin cans clattered, the source of the noise might be PVA moving close to attack behind a sudden barrage.” indicating that crematory cans made locally (military engineers have laid wires and barbed wire as well – this indicates they had laid traps to catch PVA soldiers and cremate them) are used by the Marines and, just below, we learn that there is a Chinese attacks, “After 5 hours of fierce combat, the PVA attack had been partially successful. They had captured 2 outposts (Vegas and Reno) and Marine reinforcements to those outposts had been thwarted.” – this is exactly like the Ukraine, nazi methods in the West creates partial victory of the Chinese and I think that the idea that Chinese troops had four times more victims than the UN is dubious, it’s difficult to estimate at that distance, in my opinion they suffered 300 deaths, not 600, because of the training since the beginning of the war. Also note that Marines were firing “protective boxes” i.e. with crematory methods, not to mention the “Operation Clambake” concept that means trapping and baking…

The operations then come to the line of ceasefire, Pork Chop Hills. Exactly at Panmunjon line level. But the US troops withdraw at the end. It’s clear someone in Seoul or Gusan remembered how to make a crematory reactor and they were pulled back by the flesh antigravitons.

So there is a third Battle of the Hook later. In which it is found that ‘Artillery shells rained down on the Hook, from both the PVA and UN forces.’ according to Wikipedia. It’s clear that a consensus has been found by both sides to eliminate Nazi troops remaining from the Outpost Vegas that had moved there.

In Outpost Harry the Greek troops call the area “Charos” based on the Charon name that suggest there is a crematory trap behind. The road to it is indeed under constant PVA monitoring.

It’s actually possible that the fact Greek troops had understood that caused perhaps the East Berlin insurrection of nazis (like “Greek soldiers against our reactors ? Unacceptable !” – Third Reich architecture imitated Ancient Greek architecture) that it’s clear explains the invention of the T34-85m, the crematory reactor version, to kill those not respecting the T34.

At the end of Outpost Harry case, Company P and Sparta Battalion go to the outpost, they find the crematory systems still present, report to the UN of then (which cannot be assimilated to the UN of Gutierres, who is the holder of the ICAN treaty – as opposed to clean plutonium shells of the M777s that should be prohibited under this treaty…), in my opinion there is wording on Wikipedia (most reliable source for an old conflict with lots of veterans around writing their history…) that the PVA and the UN both target Outpost Harry, but the PVA goes a bit further, tries to occupy the site, they force the time allowed to check that crematory installations have disappeared, then their motivation falls because it’s fixed and they are “forced out”. I am saying “forced out” because there is just an indication they withdraw just below…

Then the PVA targets the US 8th Army, considering the 88 sign for Heil Hitler they target those most suspected of Nazism. It’s also still consistent with the earlier case of crematory reactor but nevertheless impossible to prove, since perhaps what was in the Hook or in the Outpost Harry was sufficient to explain it.

In Kumsong, twelve H19 helicopters are allocated, the Chickasaw have crematory ash propulsion in their rear based on the “blyat energy” (kinetic dominance) to make it work. This creates the later result, “During the action the ROK units had taken a total of over 7,300 casualties, while PVA losses were estimated at over 6,600.” the PVA dominates again. They fail after new weaponry is rushed by helicopters before the 4th of July, and in my opinion the good weaponry was rushed with the symbol of the fireworks, making it needed to have clean, flashy bombs. So the PVA is defeated.

Then it’s the Chinese armed forces that go sinning; they use crematory shots (the technique on their side first used on the T34 85 in June 1953 in East Berlin has been transferred after the month of expected time for it to take the Transsiberian…) to gas the ROK salient. Wikipedia notes that “After darkness descended, the PVA forces moved forward en masse”. It’s quite abstract but unwritable otherwise since it’s crematory. Skunkworks also uses (used) crematory and Patton called General Clark a skunk once. Nevertheless the presence of a “bone of contention” suggests the ROK still had a crematory system operating but improved to mash (in Soviet RBMKs the containers for sodium are made with bones of the first prisoners, it’s compatible with sodium and with flesh with plutonium…), which allowed them later to find back enough force to bring back the Chinese to the border. Indeed they then are “attacking abreast” suggesting the first body cuttings for making of sodium-mash warheads. The name of the movie “The Sacrifice” on Kumsong also relates obviously to the units sacrificated for the gassing shots.

This also explains later Chinese military preference for crematory because sodium mash appeared to be “the weapon of the enemy, the most hated, related to the last defeat in Kumsong”. Still perhaps true except for the 2PZD-21 and likely the YJ 21 (yellow-white very large flash isn’t it ?) This (these) weapon(s) are the result of the death of Xi who still talks in his bocal in front of me sometimes.

In Samichon River, majority of victims to the PVA come from New Zealand gunners, no Paperclip people in this country. In one occurrence, it’s possible old crematory ash was reconverted into bad quality flamethrowers with alcohol addition (low power flames…) by Marines, together with machine guns, mortars, and M46 Patton tanks and artillery fire, this breaks up the PVA attack. (The Patton tank is clearly fit for clean plutonium rounds only) – New Zealand weaponry does a lot. While some Australians try to occupy the hook, reminding me of the Melbourne nazi flags still recently… I’m also wondering why later we read “Dug-in to the east, 16 RNZA had been forced to fire with minimum crest clearance over the Australian lines to bring effective fire to bear on the assaulting PVA from their 25-pounders. Using both variable-time proximity and time-set fuses, the New Zealand gunners used air bursts to break up the PVA assaults, causing heavy casualties.” – It smells like New Zealandic troops are making something to inflict damage on the Australians because of that ! Without knowing whether crematory activities are actually attempted, airburst damage to make that impossible without inflicting too much damage except irradiative is an excellent choice.

All of this made peace possible. The real activity of the war was actually eliminating crematory activities brought in by Nazi agents from the Paperclip operation. It’s a common victory of the South and of the North to have eliminated them up to a large point (but Gen. Taylor remains a suspicious element and his death in 1987 might have accelerated the end of the Cold War). While crematory helicopters stay in South Korea and become part of their frequent security practices, the CCP becomes stuck into crematory because having “lost” to sodium-mash, they develop a repulsion to the same type of explosions (that explain somehow the reddish state of nature of trees still seen in images 10 years ago north of the Panmunjon line). Nevertheless I think that Zhang Zhishi did fight really seriously against crematory practices.

The elements make clear I think that it was a question of victory or defeat. In “transition science” (paleontology), there is the theme of parasitism, parasite animals emerge during large periods of mass disappearance and ecological change. Crematory practices are a kind of parasite to society. Their elimination indeed made the difference between victory and defeat. If you don’t see how the PVA wins when there are crematory practices on the other side, I can’t help. Reread under THCa maybe. You can also see how some might have felt that the nuclear tests near Las Vegas weren’t legitimate because of the crematory practices, and that’s why Outpost Vegas was attacked by the PVA (who understood English somehow through translators obviously and tried symbolism), as well. These people were smart, and educated. They failed by adopting what can be called the “tabun tactic” i.e. the use of crematory oven ashes for regassing.

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