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Japan Prepares for War With North Korea! “North Korea Doesn’t Get It” – Plus: Germany Warns Trump Danger of War – What You Need to Know (Videos)

Sunday, October 15, 2017 13:30
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10-15-17

 

WHOA! Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told CNN’s Jake Tapper that tdiplomatic efforts will continue with North Korea ‘until the first bomb drops.’

PLUS

North Korea is believed to be preparing to launch a ballistic missile ahead of an upcoming joint naval drill by the US and South Korea, a news report said Saturday, citing a government source. The US navy said Friday that a US aircraft carrier will lead the drill in the coming week, a fresh show of force against North Korea as tensions soar over the hermit state’s weapons programme. The move will likely rile Pyongyang which has previously responded angrily to joint exercises.

AND

The US moves in Japan to prepare for war with North Korea. Patriot Missile batteries have been moved into 4 locations in Japan. Could a preemptive strike on North Korea be a flash point that ignites more than just North Korea, With Trump canceling the Iran deal and the pressure with the US and Russia. Anything could go wrong.


Secretary Tillerson: Diplomatic efforts will continue with North Korea

Source USA Today

N. Korea doesn’t grasp what is to come says Trump’s top advisor-N.Korea prepares ICBM launch

Headlines you will hear in this Broadcast: -N. Korea threatens Australia with ‘disaster’ for engagement in US ‘war preparations’ -U.S. diplomacy with North Korea to continue until ‘first bomb drops’: Tillerson -’North Korea does NOT grasp what is to come’ Trump’s top advisor warns of ANNIHILATION -North Korea ‘preparing to launch another ballistic missile’ in retaliation over US naval drill

Source Evangelist Dina Amelia Kalmeta

North Korea Readies Missile Launch Ahead of U.S.-South Korea Drill

North Korea Calls Trump a ‘War Merchant’ and ‘Strangler of Peace’

North Korea continued its harsh anti-US rhetoric Sunday, calling President Donald Trump a “war merchant and strangler of peace.” The administration of US President Donald Trump is selling weapons to South Korea and Japan with the intent of enriching the makers of US arms while creating “a hair trigger situation” on the Korean Peninsula, said a commentary from state newspaper Rodong Sinmun posted by the Korean Central News Agency. The North Korean commentary comes a day before a 10-day, US-South Korea military exercise is scheduled to begin around South Korea…

Sources Jim Yakel

Japan Prepares for War With North Korea

The US moves in Japan to prepare for war with North Korea. Patriot Missile batteries have been moved into 4 locations in Japan. Could a preemptive strike on North Korea be a flash point that ignites more than just North Korea, With Trump canceling the Iran deal and the pressure with the US and Russia. Anything could go wrong.

Source Israeli News Live


Danger of war, Germany warns after Trump’s move on Iran nuclear deal

BERLIN (Reuters) – If the United States terminates the Iran nuclear deal or reimposes sanctions on Tehran it could result in Iran developing nuclear weapons and raise the danger of war close to Europe, Germany’s foreign minister said on Saturday.

German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel addresses the 72nd United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York, U.S., September 21, 2017. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

U.S. President Donald Trump refused on Friday to formally certify that Tehran was complying with the 2015 accord even though international inspectors say it is. He warned he might ultimately terminate the agreement.

German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel told Deutschlandfunk radio that Trump had sent a “difficult and dangerous signal” when the U.S. administration was also dealing with the North Korea nuclear crisis.

“My big concern is that what is happening in Iran or with Iran from the U.S. perspective will not remain an Iranian issue but many others in the world will consider whether they themselves should acquire nuclear weapons too given that such agreements are being destroyed,” Gabriel said.

“And then our children and grandchildren will grow up in a very dangerous world,” he said.

He said if the United States terminated the deal or if sanctions were reimposed on Tehran, it would give Iranian hardliners, who are against negotiations with the West, the upper hand.

“Then they might revert to developing nuclear weapons,” Gabriel said, adding Israel would not tolerate that and “then we will be back where we were 10, 12 years ago with the danger of war relatively close to Europe”.

He urged the United States not to endanger the security of its allies and its own people for domestic policy reasons.

Hailed by Trump’s predecessor Barack Obama as key to stopping Iran from building a nuclear bomb, the deal was also signed by China, France, Russia, Britain, Germany and the European Union. 

European allies have warned of a split with Washington over the nuclear agreement and say that putting it in limbo undermines U.S. credibility abroad.

Trump has given the U.S. Congress 60 days to decide whether to reinstate economic sanctions on Iran that were lifted in 2016. Source Reuters



North Korea Deploys Missiles to 6 Locations Around Country! Launches Deemed “IMMINENT”

U.S. spy satellites have detected North Korean missiles have been loaded onto TEL (Transporter/Erector/Launcher) Units and moved to SIX (6) separate locations in the country for what is deemed likely to be a SIMULTANEOUS, multi-missile launch.   

These missiles are said to be both SCUD type and at least one long range ICBM type.

Our Intel Community does not think there is an actual attack planned. Although there is concern he might follow through the threat to hit the waters around Guam. If that happens we will still likely see a military response.

The agencies are 50-50 on whether North Korea is putting on a show for the satellites or actually planning to launch.

If they launch they are 50-50 about whether they are aiming for Guam or just hit some poor startled fish off the coast of North Korea and bluff.

Sadly, the Intel folks who continue to believe North Korea is “bluffing” or “putting on a show” have, in the past, been shown to be wrong almost 100% of the time; yet they persist.

It’s almost as though these Intel folks are in some type of psychiatric Denial of reality because the thought that Kim Jung Un really is a madman with nukes is too terrifying for them to believe. 

UPDATE: 

US preparing to send B-1B bomber, F-22 stealth jets to Seoul after North Korea threatens missile launch toward Guam . . .

Source Hal Turner



Nuclear War: Japan ‘Ready To Strike’ North Korea

Japan are gearing up for a nuclear confrontation with North Korea in the wake of a ballistic missile test by Pyongyang. 

Legislators in Japan are calling for a ‘first strike’ policy against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), amid fears that North Korea could strike at any moment.

If bombers attacked us or warships bombarded us, we would fire back,” former defense minister Itsunori Onodera said during a Japanese committee meeting to discuss possible military action against North Korea. “Striking a country lobbing missiles at us is no different.”

Sputniknews.com reports:

One of Pyongyang’s main lifelines and only ally among major powers, China, called on the DPRK to halt missile testing to
“defuse a looming crisis,” according to foreign minister Wang Yi in Beijing. Wang also recommended that South Korea and the US should end joint military drills. The US recently deployed a controversial missile defense system, the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, in Seongju county, South Korea.

“China has missiles that can hit Japan, so any complaints it may have are not likely to garner much sympathy in the international community,” the former defense minister noted. Regarding the switch in posture from ‘self-defense’ to considering the adoption of a ‘strike first’ policy, Onodera said that, “technology has advanced and the nature of the conflict has changed.”

Fellow Liberal Democratic Party members echoed Onodera’s argument. “It is time we acquired the capability,” said Hiroshi Imazu, chairman of the party’s security council. “Without a deterrence, North Korea will see us as weak,” he said. Some options include deploying Japan’s F-35s, a US-built fifth-generation fighter jet. Japan has ordered 28 joint strike fighters, but their delivery may not come soon enough. Imazu expressed uncertainty over whether the nation’s deterrence force would consist of ballistic missiles, cruise missiles, or F-35s.

For good measure, the US Marines have mobilized almost a dozen F-35Bs to a base in Japan some 40 km southwest of Hiroshima.

The growing North Korea threat has had leaders in Tokyo contemplating defense options, even if those discussions have not always been public. “We have already done the groundwork on how we could acquire a strike capability,” an anonymous official familiar with Japan’s defense planning told Reuters.


#war #germany #russia #geopolitics #japan #northKorea

The nuclear-powered submarine USS Michigan approaches a naval base in Busan, South Korea, amid North Korea's nuclear and missile provocations

‘Tomahawks’ Near the DPRK ‘Serious Challenge to Pyongyang’

The USS Michigan, a nuclear-powered US submarine, has arrived in the South Korean port of Busan amid the ongoing escalation of tensions on the Korean Peninsula. According to military expert Dmitry Litovkin, the goal of this submarine is to put extreme pressure on North Korea.

The 18,000-metric ton USS Michigan is equipped with 154 Tomahawk missiles that are capable of hitting targets that are up to 1,400 miles away. Its arrival to the port of Busan was reported by the naval forces stationed in South Korea on their official Facebook page.

The presence of a warship equipped with Tomahawks, near North Korea, is a serious challenge to Pyongyang, military expert and captain of the 3rd rank reserve Dmitry Litovkin said in an interview with Radio Sputnik.

“The goals, in my opinion, are quite obvious: to apply forceful pressure on North Korea, with whom Washington is currently in a tense relationship. These cruise missiles among other things can carry nuclear warheads and are capable of hitting targets at a very long distance. Such weapons near North Korea are a quite serious challenge to the North Korean regime,” Litovkin said.

A view of U.S. military planes parked on the tarmac of Andersen Air Force base on the island of Guam, a U.S. Pacific Territory, August 15, 2017

© REUTERS/ ERIK DE CASTRO

 

The USS Michigan, an Ohio-class nuclear-powered submarine, is one of the 18 subs active with the US Navy that can be armed with 24 Trident I and Trident II ballistic missiles. Each Trident I can carry up to eight 100-kiloton warheads, while the Trident II carries 14, or eight warheads capable of frightening 475-kiloton detonations. For comparison’s sake, the bomb that devastated Hiroshima, Japan, in 1945 delivered only a 12-18 kiloton blast.

Following the submarine, the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier will also be dispatched to South Korea next week, Chosun Ilbo newspaper reported.

The United States is building up its military presence in South Korea amid the escalation of tensions on the Korean Peninsula due to Pyongyang’s missile launches and nuclear tests, which were conducted in violation of UN Security Council resolutions.

In the most recent case on September 15, North Korea launched a ballistic missile, which flew over Japan before falling into the northern Pacific some 20 minutes after the launch.

During the course of the escalating crisis, North Korea has been trading threats with Washington. In his first-ever address to the United Nations General Assembly, US President Donald Trump threatened to “totally destroy” North Korea if forced to defend the United States or its allies. 

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un issued a statement, warning Washington of the “highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history” in response to Trump’s remark.

Most recently, Pyongyang rattled its “sword of justice” Friday by vowing to attack the US territory of Guam with a “salvo of missiles,” one day after stating that it will complete its nuclear weapons program no matter how much international pressure the nation faces. Source Sputnik


 

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  • truck driver

    Use disease to get North Korea to surrender to South Korea or Japan. They might surrender to save them from diseases

  • Pink Slime

    Poor North Korea got itself stuck in a corner now. Challenge Trump and end up like a stammering Pelosi, a confused Megyn, and a delirious Hillary.

    What happens when you put in a REAL man to run the show. Not a mahoo* worthless Negro sodomite.

    *Hawaiian word for an effeminate man, a tilly. :lol:

  • Mick

    America will start the war that kills a billion. A foreign leader like Kim will be the excuse and the US will try pass him the blame.

    • Mrs Clippit

      Maybe the US is behind this. When KJU speaks,we get it translated via govt translators. What is he really saying? Im not believing ‘their’ narrative.. I dont doubt that the US may be the instigator behind this. It’s funny that KJU really began ramping up after Trump was sworn in..So maybe we have HRC or BHO stirring this up..

    • Mrs Clippit

      “Is it Democracy or Imperialism? That all depends what on what end of the gun you are looking at”
      Mrs Clippit

  • Mrs Clippit

    Oh they “get it”. Kim Jung Un knows what he is doing. I believe that he is being encouraged and backed by someone. The problem is WHO it is. The easy answer is Soros. BUt I don’t believe that it is Soros this time. Maybe another country–say Russia? China? They may be both in it–playing the “Good cop bad cop” routine. Or is someone above Soros? Who knows. But one thing I believe about this scenario is that KJU isn’t at the top of the dung hill

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