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#1 Tatarewicz

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Posted 13 August 2017 - 04:15 AM

Vladimir Putin has warned that the North Korean nuclear crisis is being orchestrated as a false flag by the New World Order with the goal of starting a major global conflict that will escalate quickly into World War 3.

As tensions continue to rise between the United States and North Korea, with threats of “fire and fury” coming from the U.S., Putin has warned that we should read between the lines and see the crisis for what it really is – a New World Order manufactured false flag to advance their agenda for a one world government.

“Kim is saying he will launch missiles in the vicinity of Guam, an American territory in the Pacific,” Putin said at a public appearance in Sochi, “but you must stop and think why he would say this, and if he really said this, or if he is being used as a tool of the globalists.”

The corporate media, led by pro-war Washington Post have begun pushing the claim that North Korea has miniature nuclear weapons that they could use to hit Guam, or Japan, or South Korea, or possibly even the west coast of the United States.

The Post stated on Wednesday:

“North Korea has successfully produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles, crossing a key threshold on the path to becoming a full-fledged nuclear power, U.S. intelligence officials have concluded in a confidential assessment.”

But according to Putin, the story being pushed in the mainstream media is a deep state fabrication designed convince the public that the hermit nation is a global threat.

“They know they can easily provoke the North Koreans and they will react, but the story that they are a threat is false.”

“I will tell you the facts about North Korea: They don’t have nuclear bombs. They don’t have Western-controlled banks. They don’t depend on the US dollar. What they do have is a land full of wealth in unmined minerals.”

“We have seen all of this before. The same people said the same things about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. They said they could hit major European cities within 45 minutes. But after the Iraq war, after independent international inquiries, we find nothing. The cabal just wanted war.”

There is a major historical battle at the moment between globalized central bankers and those who refuse to fall in line. While Putin does not believe Kim Jong-un is a good guy, he believes in national sovereignty and he rejects the globalist vision.

When Putin talks about the “cabal” he is referring to the Rothschild-led international banking syndicate and their plans for a one world government. North Korea is one of the last countries to refuse a Rothschild centralized bank. Libya didn’t have one and look what happened to them. Syria doesn’t have one, and the New World Order is working overtime at destroying the country.

North Korea’s mineral wealth

Putin’s claims about the real reasons for going to war with North Korea stand up to scrutiny.

Their national banking system isn’t controlled by the IMF and they don’t have a Rothschild-controlled central bank, nor are they dependent on the US dollar.

The country also has between $6-10 trillion in untapped mineral resources.

According to Quartz, below the nation’s surface are “vast mineral reserves, including iron, gold, magnesite, zinc, copper, limestone, molybdenum, graphite, and more—all told about 200 kinds of minerals.”

North Korea is also sitting on large quantities of rare earth metals, which factories in nearby countries need to produce smartphones and other tech products for Western consumption.

Estimates as to the value of the nation’s mineral resources have varied greatly over the years, made difficult by secrecy and lack of access. One estimate from a South Korean mining company places the value at over $6 trillion. Another from a South Korean research institute places the value closer to $10 trillion.

Source: yournewswire.com

http://www.m2voice.c...-rare-minerals/


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#2 Tatarewicz

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Posted 13 August 2017 - 04:44 AM

Rare minerals is a ruse. Would be developed if there's a market.

Israel is sicking American war dogs upon NK for its supply of nuke data to Iran  If Trump does not chase after Un Jew media dogs will start barking at him.


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Posted 30 August 2017 - 01:08 AM

Post by Red Sushi on RT  https://www.rt.com/n...-korea-missile/

 

"In 1948 the United Nations granted independence and membership of the UN with an expectation that US would pull forces out of ROK but Gen Douglas McArthur refused to leave and instead plotted with Allen Dulles and Syngman Rhee all through 1949 how to invade North Korea. ROK Army 17th Regiment started the Korean War on 25 June 1950 by invading North Korea in the Ongjin Peninsula. NK counter attacked ROK. "

 


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#4 Ivan88

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Posted 30 August 2017 - 01:28 AM

The truth is that the Korean War really started in 1945 when the U.S. suppressed the KPR government and imposed its military rule in the southern part of Korea.

 During the American Military Government (1945-1948) and the period from the establishment of the Republic of Korea (ROK) in the South in August 1948 to the full-scale war in June 1950, the U.S. military and the  … Rhee regime, allied with pro-Japanese Koreans, either imprisoned or killed hundreds of thousands of Korean nationalists and socialists in order to establish a separate, pro-American government in the South.

This savage repression resulted in bloody armed struggle by the angry Korean peasants, workers, students, and soldiers all over southern Korea. Major armed uprisings took place in Daegu, Cheju Island, Yosu, and Sunchon.

In Cheju island alone from 1948 to 1949, more than 30,000 Koreans were killed, out of 300,000 population, by the South Korean police/military forces and right-wing youth gangs under the direction of the American military officers.

 In addition to the widespread guerrilla warfare in the South, major battles also broke out between the North Korean (DPRK) and South Korean (ROK) armies along the 38th parallel line in 1949.

The first major battle, initiated by the ROK troops near the border city of Kaesong, took place on May 4, 1949, lasting four days with hundreds of dead soldiers.

The fighting also occurred in June 1949 in the Ongjin peninsula, the same area where the official Korean War would "begin" one year later.

Then another major battle also broke out in August 1949.

 Thus, when the armed clash broke out in June 1950, it was more or less a continuation of the past conflicts. It was certainly not a surprise attack.

The anti-communist dictator Syngman Rhee was openly preaching a military unification of Korea by attacking the North. At the same time, the North Korean leader Kim Il Sung was also preparing for a military counter-attack against the South when Rhee attacked.

The U.S. was fully aware of the tense situation and took advantage of it for justifying its rapid, gigantic military build-up plan which was first presented in April 1950 as National Security Council resolution #68. When the fighting started on June 25, each side accused the other for starting the war.

 

https://www.veterans...ea_new_look.pdf


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#5 Ivan88

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Posted 30 August 2017 - 01:35 AM

https://www.veterans...ea_new_look.pdf  continued:

 

The U.S. Army, Air Force and Navy were directly involved in the killing of about three million Koran civilians—both South Koreans and North Koreans—at many locations throughout Korea, including Masan, Sachon, Tanyang, Iksan, Changyong, Wegwan, Ducksung, Sinchun, Wonsan, Pyongyang, etc.

Several hundreds of civilians refugees were blown apart when the U.S. Army blew up Wegwan and Ducksung bridges in S. Korea. North Korean government claims that more than 35,000 N. Korean civilians were massacred at Sinchun county during the U.S. military occupation of the area near Pyongyang.

One report indicates that the 7th Regiment of the 1st Cav. Division, which traces its infamous history all the way back to General Custer, was the same unit which was involved both in Nogun-ri and Sinchun massacres.

Among the several branches of the U.S. military, the U.S. Air Force was probably more responsible than any other branches for the huge number of civilian killings because of its indiscriminate shootings and bombings of civilian refugees, villages, towns, and cities in violation of Hague Conventions.

At the end of the war, almost all the North Korean cities were leveled to the ground by carpet bombing, including Pyonyang, Najin, Shiniju, Wonsan, Hungnam, etc. It is reported that the U.S. dropped some 650,000 tons of bombs, including 43,000 tons of napalm bombs, during the Korean War. (See Cumings, the Origins of the Korean War, Vol. II; Hart-Landsberg, Korea; and The Korea Herald, 10/9/1999)


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#6 Ivan88

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Posted 30 August 2017 - 01:36 AM

The first air bombing of North Korean dam occurred in May 1951 when the U.S. Navy planes torpedoed the gates of Hwachon dam.

In April 1952, Air Force Brigadier General Jacob E. Smart’s staff drew up plans for strikes against the N. Korean power plants to destroy the economy of N. Korea. Gen. Matthew Ridgway and later Gen. Mark Clark endorsed these "air pressure" strikes.

On June 23, 1952, Navy dive bombers from four carriers, covered by Air Force Sabres, attacked the Sui-ho hydroelectric power generation facilities located near Yalu River. Other power generation facilities were also bombed the next day.

These attacks on power plants reduced N. Korea’s power generation capacity by 90%.

At Smart’s suggestion, Air Force-Navy planes also struck N. Korea’s military plants and oil refinery sites. U.S. also destroyed five irrigation dams 27 miles north of Pyongyang in May 1953 through air bombing.

The latter was intended to deny food to N. Koreans. (See Stanley Sandler, Editor, The Korean War: An encyclopedia, 1995, pp.231-237.)


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Posted 30 August 2017 - 01:38 AM

North Korea reported that American war planes dropped chemical bombs on the North Korean military positions as well as on villages, resulting hundreds of North Korean civilian deaths.

U.S. also experimented with biological weapons in the North, with the active assistance of the Japanese war criminals who were involved in human experiments during WWII. (See Stephen Endicott, The U.S. & Biological Warfare: Secrets From Early Cold War and Korea) 5)

Mistreatment of POWs

Thousands of North Korean and Chinese POWs died due to deliberate shooting and torture by the prison guards, starvation and medical experiments.

General Crawford Sam’s so-called Bubonic plague ship, Landing Craft No. 1091, was stationed in the Koje island where the majority of the POWs was kept.

The ship is suspected to have used the POWs to work out certain aspects of germ warfare. (See Hugh Deane, The Korean War)


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#8 Ivan88

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Posted 30 August 2017 - 01:42 AM

At the outbreak of the War, the S. Korean regime had some 100,000 political prisoners in jails.

As the S. Korean military retreated to the south, the Rhee regime apparently issued orders, with possible approval of the U.S. advisers, to kill all the political prisoners.

These prisoners were taken tot eh fields, mountains or seas and executed by the S. Korean police or military police, often in the presence of U.S. military advisers or intelligence agents who took pictures of the mass killings.

Lt. Col. Bob E. Edwards, the military attaché to the U.S. Embassy in South Korea, had sent secret reports of these executions with photos to the Joint Chief of Staff.

However, the official U.S. Army’s history of the Korean War incredibly blamed the North Korean troops for this horrendous mass murder.

In addition, hundreds of thousands of North Korean civilians who were followers or suspected supporters of the North Korean government were arrested and executed in cold blood during the U.S. occupation of North Korea in October and November 1950. (See The New York Times, 4/21/2000 ; Roy Appleman, South to Naktong, North to Yalu, office of the Chief Military History, 1961; Cumings)


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Posted 30 August 2017 - 01:47 AM

In 1958 the Chinese troops withdrew from North Korea. Instead of reciprocating the Chinese move, the U.S. strengthened its military power in South Korea by bringing in tactical nuclear weapons there in clear violation of the Armistice agreement. This dangerous step probably forced North Korea into developing its own nuclear weapons which subsequently resulted in the deadly nuclear crisis with the U.S. in 1994.

 

It is high time for the U.S. to recognize its heavy responsibility for the division of Korea and the terrible destruction and killing of several millions of Korean civilians in the tragic War.

It’s about time that the U.S. government offers a sincere apology to the Korean people, seek a permanent peace settlement in Korea, and normalize its economic and diplomatic relations with North Korea fully, discarding the Combined Forces Command, and starting a gradual withdrawal of our troops from South Korea.

Such a peace settlement at this time, whether in the form of a peace treaty or other agreement, will be highly beneficial not only to both Koreas but also to the United States since the U.S. wouldn’t have to proceed with the building of the expensive "star wars" national missile defense system, which may cost more than $300 billion.

 

Furthermore, the U.S. can save some $25 billions annually by withdrawing the U.S. troops from South Korea and Japan.

Under this new win-win policy, we can really help the Koreans to achieve an independent, peaceful reunification of Korea and bring about a new era of peace, prosperity and friendly cooperation in the Far East.

 

Unfortunately, the Bush administration is escalating tensions on the Korean peninsula by accusing North Korea as an "axis of evil" and contemplating a pre-emptive strike against North Korea. At this dangerous time of an indefinite "war on terrorism" that may easily be extended to Korea, it is all the more important for concerned American people, especially veterans working for peace and reconciliation, start raising their voices in demanding a final end to the Korean War and a new policy toward Korea. © 2002 by John H. Kim. The author is a U.S. Army veteran and the Chair of the Korea Committee of the Veterans For Peace.


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Posted 30 August 2017 - 05:35 PM

Great information Ivan,an education,not what the peasants in the West have been told for decades,i think people should relax,i don't believe the US and its vassal states will attack North Korea because they won't want to pay the high price it would lead to,including Chinese forces moving into North korea if it looked like an invasion from the US,China just won't tolerate Reich forces on their border,thats why they became involved last time,looks like the Reich has to be reminded about the hard lesson they got from the Chinese in the last conflict.
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#11 Ivan88

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Posted 30 August 2017 - 08:57 PM

Hopefully, our nice Talmudist regime is just playing word games.


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