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#21 shaktiman

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Posted 09 August 2017 - 06:35 PM

I just wonder if there is anything in any scripture about a Greek Werewolf devouring Cleveland, Ohio?

 

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#22 wirehaired

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Posted 09 August 2017 - 08:03 PM

The eclipse would be a good symbol for the end of US treachery & love of everything that Christ Hates, and hatred of everything Christ Loves.

 

What Tillerson said: “We do not seek a regime change; we do not seek the collapse of the regime; we do not seek an accelerated reunification of the peninsula; we do not seek an excuse to send our military north of the 38th parallel.”

 

How can any honest person knowing what the US has been doing believe Mr. Tillerson?

Last time they invaded North Korea they had their arses handed to them,the Chinese won't tolerate it.


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#23 ??!!??

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Posted 09 August 2017 - 09:10 PM

North Korea and ICBM's is only a propaganda tool for stupidity

North Korea never will have ICBM,s


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#24 Atossa

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Posted 09 August 2017 - 11:55 PM

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Here's more bizarre "war" by the END OF AUGUST synchronicity.

http://engforum.prav...n/#entry2698524

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#25 Atossa

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Posted 09 August 2017 - 11:56 PM


Dr. Tatyana Koryagina???



Yes

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#26 Pete_V

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Posted 09 August 2017 - 11:57 PM

North Korea and ICBM's is only a propaganda tool for stupidity

North Korea never will have ICBM,s

 

Their last test was a successful test of a re-entry vehicle and it's ablative coating. The only thing they need is a celestial navigation system (a "star tracker"), hard to make but not that hard especially in this era of globalized technology, they have shown themselves to be resourceful.


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#27 Pete_V

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 12:00 AM

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Here's more bizarre "war" by the END OF AUGUST synchronicity.

http://engforum.prav...n/#entry2698524

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Have you prepared yourself for SHTF Atossa? Or are you trusting that THE MAN will spare you because of your obedience and purity? :angel:


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#28 Desther

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 12:36 AM

As I previously wrote several times, the communist system in Asia remains a jewish system, and it makes sense that it would value jews enough to protect them inside the system.   North Korea, China, run on a jewish communist system.   Cult of personality was part of that system, as you can see with Lenin and Stalin in Russia.   Communism is all jew, all the time.   It's never been anything else.

 

Cult of personality extends well beyond the Communist systems of past and present. It's an unfortunate part of human nature. Even Ronald Klump has a cult of personality.


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#29 Pete_V

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 12:40 AM

 

Cult of personality extends well beyond the Communist systems of past and present. It's an unfortunate part of human nature. Even Ronald Klump has a cult of personality.

 

But there is also cults of personality were "personality" is replaced by a concept and/or a collective. For example, there are some who worship gay parades and think that the whole World should orbit around gay parades and even think that nations who don't have gay parades should be destroyed.


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Posted 10 August 2017 - 02:46 AM





lol

NK is now hitting Trump where it really hurts... his ego !


August 9, 2017

North Korean military says Trump is "bereft of reason"

" A statement released Wednesday by the North Korean army says President Trump is "a guy bereft of reason."

"Sound dialogue is not possible with such a guy bereft of reason and only absolute force can work on him," reads the statement by General Kim Rak Gyom. It was released on state-run media."


more at link

http://www.cbsnews.c...reft-of-reason/

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#31 Atossa

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 02:52 AM


Have you prepared yourself for SHTF Atossa? Or are you trusting that THE MAN will spare you because of your obedience and purity? :angel:



Your questions do not compute.

In otherwords, your secular reasoning can not comprehend my Biblical religious beliefs.

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#32 Atossa

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 02:57 AM


lol

NK is now hitting Trump where it really hurts... his ego !


North Korean military says Trump is "bereft of reason"

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The first thing that came to my mind when I read the obscure word, "bereft"...
its use in a scene in the "Lord of the Rings" movie, "The Return of the King."


Denethor: I will not bow to this Ranger from the north. Last of a ragged house long bereft of Lordship!

Gandalf: Authority is not given to you to deny the return of the King, Steward!


http://www.tk421.net...lm/rotk/08.html

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Edited by Atossa, 10 August 2017 - 03:04 AM.

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 03:35 AM

Half of N Korea's $trillions worth of minerals to USA

 

Half to China

 

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#34 Mario Milano

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 05:20 AM

North Korea: fire, fury and fear

August 10, 2017

by Pepe Escobar for the Asia Times

Alarm bells ringing as rampant speculation breaks out over Pyongyang’s ‘possible’ miniaturized nuclear warheads.

Beware the dogs of war. The same intel “folks” who brought to you babies pulled from incubators by “evil” Iraqis as well as non-existent WMDs are now peddling the notion that North Korea has produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead able to fit its recently tested ICBM.

That’s the core of an analysis completed in July by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). Additionally, US intel believes that Pyongyang now has access to up to 60 nuclear weapons. On the ground US intel on North Korea is virtually non-existent – so these assessments amount to guesswork at best.

But when we couple the guesswork with an annual 500-page white paper released earlier this week by the Japanese Defense Ministry, alarm bells do start ringing.

The white paper stresses Pyongyang’s “significant headway” in the nuclear race and its “possible” (italics mine) ability to develop miniaturized nuclear warheads able to fit on the tips of its missiles.

This “possible” ability is drowned in outright speculation. As the report states, “It is conceivable that North Korea’s nuclear weapons program has already considerably advanced and it is possible that North Korea has already achieved the miniaturization of nuclear bombs into warheads and has acquired nuclear warheads.”

Western corporate media would hardly refrain from metastasizing pure speculation into a “North Korea has miniaturized nuclear weapons” frenzy consuming the cable news cycle/ newspaper headlines. Talk about hearts and minds comfortably numbed by the fear factor.

The Japanese white paper, conveniently, also escalated condemnation of China over Beijing’s actions in both the East and South China seas.

So let’s look at the agendas in play. The War Party in the US, with its myriad connections in the industrial-military-media complex, obviously wants/needs war to keep the machinery oiled. Tokyo, for its part, would much appreciate a pre-emptive US military attack – and damn the inevitable, massive South Korean casualties that would result from Pyongyang’s counterpunch.

It’s quite enlightening that Tokyo, for all practical purposes, considers China as a “threat” as serious as North Korea; Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera went straight to the point when he said, “North Korea’s missiles represent a deepening threat. That, along with China’s continued threatening behavior in the East China Sea and South China Sea, is a major concern for Japan.” Beijing’s response was swift.

Kim Jong-Un, demonized ad infinitum, is not a fool, and is not going to indulge in a ritual seppuku unilaterally attacking South Korea, Japan or US territory. Pyongyang’s nuclear arsenal represents the deterrent against regime change that Saddam Hussein and Gaddafi could not count on. There’s only one way to deal with North Korea, as I’ve argued before; diplomacy. Tell that to Washington and Tokyo.

Meanwhile, there’s United Nations Security Council Resolution 2371. It does target North Korea’s major exports – coal, iron, seafood. Coal accounts for 40% of Pyongyang’s exports, and arguably 10% of GDP.

Yet this new sanctions package does not touch imports of oil and refined-oil products from China. That’s one of the reasons why Beijing voted in favor.

Beijing’s strategy is a very Asian attempt to find a face-saving solution – and that takes time. UNSC resolution 2371 buys time – and may dissuade the Trump administration, for now, from going heavy metal, with horrible consequences.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi cautiously stated the sanctions are a sign of international opposition to North Korea’s missile and nuclear weapons programs. The last thing Beijing needs is a war right on its borders, also bound to negatively interfere with the expansion of the New Silk Roads, a.k.a. Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

Beijing could always work on re-building trust between Pyongyang and Washington. That’s an order taller than the Himalayas. One just needs to look back at the 1994 Agreed Framework, signed during Bill Clinton’s first term.

The framework was supposed to freeze – and even dismantle – Pyongyang’s nuclear program and was bound to normalize US-North Korea relations. A US-led consortium would build two light-water nuclear reactors to compensate for Pyongyang’s loss of nuclear power; sanctions would be lifted; both parties would issue “formal assurances” against the use of nuclear weapons.

Nothing happened. The framework collapsed in 2002 – when North Korea was enshrined in the “axis of evil” by the Cheney regime. Not to mention that the Korean War is still, technically, on; the 1953 armistice was never replaced by a real peace treaty.

So what next? Three reminders.

1) Beware of an engineered false flag, to be blamed on Pyongyang; that would be the perfect pretext for war.

2) The current narrative is eerily similar to the usual suspects blaring since forever that Iran is a heartbeat away from “building a nuclear weapon”.

3) North Korea holds trillions of US dollars in unexplored mineral wealth. Watch the shadowplay by candidates bound to profit from such juicy loot.

http://thesaker.is/n...-fury-and-fear/
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#35 shaktiman

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 03:03 PM

If DPRK is attacked, I hope they will send thousands of US trash to hell.  Lots of rotten meat in S. Korea, US military and their dependents.

Damn psychotic bullies.

 

 

 

Had a very unusual dream last night. You may get your wish.

 

I do remember the opening of the Iliad by Homer and i write from memory and translating the Homeric Greek as I write

 

"Sing O Goddess if the Destructive Wrath of Achilles, the son of Pilliades, that sent forth tens of thousands of valiant souls to Hell and made them into food for all the the scavenger dogs and birds of prey"

 

There's more but that sums it up rather well in that the degree of ill will in both camps will not end so well, but Achilles side did win and Troy was no more.

 

Best regards.


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#36 Atossa

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 04:10 PM



Had a very unusual dream last night. You may get your wish.

I do remember the opening of the Iliad by Homer and i write from memory and translating the Homeric Greek as I write

"Sing O Goddess if the Destructive Wrath of Achilles, the son of Pilliades, that sent forth tens of thousands of valiant souls to Hell and made them into food for all the the scavenger dogs and birds of prey"

There's more but that sums it up rather well in that the degree of ill will in both camps will not end so well, but Achilles side did win and Troy was no more.

Best regards.



So we are to beware of Greeks bearing gifts ?

The only surrender "gifts" so far are Russia and China voting with the US at the UN.

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#37 shaktiman

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 04:30 PM

So we are to beware of Greeks bearing gifts ?

 

 

Yes, if you're a Trojan but for you Atossa you might beware of gifts bearing Greeks.

 

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#38 Atossa

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 04:36 PM


Yes, if you're a Trojan but for you Atossa you might beware of gifts bearing Greeks.

Regards



You know I have an interest in white horses.

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#39 Atossa

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 05:29 PM


Russian economist, Dr Koryagina.

That post on FR forum is very strange... especially because
he put "END OF AUGUST" in all caps. It was as if his message was
meant only for me. Who else but me would understand the symbolism ??

July 2001 Dr Koryagina told Pravda there would be a hit on the USA's
financial center [New York] which would be like the force of a nuclear
bomb in the "last 10 days of August" and that time has religious meaning.

According to Russia's Julian religious calendar, the last 10 days of August
end on Sept 13, which is also the end of the Russian church year.

Also, in a book written by a Russian defector, entitled, "Spetsnaz"...
in chapter 15, "Spetsnaz First World War", the "war" begins in August.
In that chapter, the two remote-controlled planes hitting the White House
in succession is similar to the two planes hitting the World Trade Center.

Also curious... this year the Gregorian "last 10 days of August" begin with
a rare solar eclipse see across the USA on August 21.


Rare Total Solar Eclipse Over USA August 21

http://engforum.prav...-usa-august-21/

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How's this for "coincidence"...

US and South Korea joint military exercises begin August 21


https://www.cnbc.com...-peninsula.html

https://www.cnbc.com...-pyongyang.html

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Edited by Atossa, 10 August 2017 - 05:30 PM.

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 05:34 PM



China's Military Launches War Games

8/7/17

" China has entered the tense seas off the Korean Peninsula with guns blazing, showing its military might at a time when Beijing has warned two belligerent rivals, the U.S. and North Korea, from further escalating their nuclear standoff.

After closing off a 15,000-square-mile stretch of the East China Sea, the Chinese navy launched live-fire exercises Monday involving dozens of ships and submarines, more than 10 aircraft and a number of coastal troops in the Bohai Sea and Yellow Sea, according to the state-run Xinhua News Agency. The drill, which reportedly included both offensive and defensive maneuvers against targets in the air as well as on land and at sea... "


more at link

http://www.newsweek....r-crisis-647576

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