WAR DRUMS: North Korea says it will continue preparing ‘pre-emptive attacks with nuclear force’


 North Korea promised on Saturday to continue preparing “pre-emptive attacks with nuclear force” in the face of U.S. “blackmail,” according to The Associated Press.

“Do not expect any change in its policy,” the state’s official media arm, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said Saturday. “Its entity as an invincible power can neither be undermined nor be stamped out.”

KCNA said North Korea has been working toward “bolstering the capabilities for self-defense and pre-emptive attacks with nuclear force,” in response to ongoing “nuclear threat and blackmail and war drills” by the U.S.

North Korea has tested missiles at least 16 times in 2017, and threatened the use of a hydrogen bomb small enough to fit on a missile. More than one North Korean missile flew into the air space of neighboring Japan, and new models have flown to heights that some military analysts predict could reach the mainland U.S.

Increased provocations from North Korea have led to the implementation of crippling sanctions from the United Nations in the form of trade and crude oil bans, and bombastic rhetoric from President Trump.

Trump in August said he would unleash “fire and fury” on Pyongyang if it continued to threaten the U.S. (Click to Source)

North Korea Begins Tests to Load Anthrax Onto ICBMs, Report Says


North Korea has begun tests to load anthrax onto intercontinental ballistic missiles, Japan’s Asahi newspaper reported Tuesday, citing an unidentified person connected to South Korea’s intelligence services.

 The report said the testing involves ensuring the anthrax survives the immense temperatures generated during re-entry into the Earth’s atmosphere. North Korea has a stockpile of between 2,500 tons to 5,000 tons of chemical weapons, and is capable of producing biological agents such as anthrax and smallpox, South Korea has previously said.

The Asahi report comes a day after the White House published its National Security Strategy, a document that said Pyongyang is “pursuing chemical and biological weapons which could also be delivered by missile.”

“North Korea — a country that starves its own people — has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons that could threaten our homeland,” the report said.

North Korea claimed it had completed its nuclear force after it fired a new Hwasong-15 ICBM in late November. South Korea assessed the missile — North Korea’s largest yet — could potentially fly 13,000 kilometers (about 8,000 miles) and reach Washington, though additional analysis was needed to determine whether it was capable of re-entry. (Click to Source)

North Korea PLAGUE alert: Kim Jong-un could unleash BLACK DEATH in shock biowarfare attack

NORTH Korea is feared to be preparing for World War 3 by weaponising the Black Death for use in a biological warfare attack.


A chilling new report claims Kim Jong-un’s regime could unleash the plague, cholera and other diseases across the US and South Korea.

The document, by Harvard University’s Belfer Centre, says Pyongyang may use missiles, drones or planes to spread the deadly viruses.

And it warns preparation against the devastating threat of biological warfare is “urgent and necessary”.

North Korea is thought to already have 13 pathogens in its weaponry, the researchers said, including anthrax, smallpox and yellow fever.

And scientists are feared to be weaponising the viruses in top-secret labs across the war-crazed rogue state.

The report states: “While nuclear programs can be monitored by the number of nuclear tests and the success of missile tests, weaponising and cultivating pathogens can stay invisible behind closed doors.

“Moreover, equipment used for BW [biological warfare] production are often dual-use for agriculture, making external monitoring and verification virtually impossible.”

The rogue state’s special forces could be used as “human agents” to spread the highly infectious diseases, it adds.

The terrifying document warns: “North Korea has 200,000 special forces; even a handful of those special forces armed with BW would be enough to devastate South Korea.

“What is alarming about human vectors is that they do not need sophisticated training or technology to spread BW amongst the targets, and they are difficult to detect in advance of an attack.”

The alert comes as North Korea continues to complete its huge nuclear arsenal, ramping up fears Kim could spark World War 3.

Soeul’s Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha yesterday said she expects the North to carry out further nuclear tests “at any time”.

She told Yonhap news agency: “Parts of its tunnel have been destroyed after the North conducted the sixth nuclear test.

“But it has more than one of them, so [an additional nuclear test] can be done at any time.” (Click to Source)

Ready for war? US cuts ALL contact with North Korea over nuclear crisis

NORTH Korea and the US have cut all channels of talks amid the growing threat of war between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un.


South Korean officials revealed Washington has severed all back channels with Pyongyang as both sides continue to talk up war.

The US quit any attempt to talk to Kim after he detonated his sixth and most powerful nuclear bomb last month.

War fears have been brewing as both sides ratchet up the rhetoric as Trump threaten to “totally destroy” North Korea.

Kim has threatened to detonate another nuclear bomb over the Pacific as tensions remain high.

Choung Byoung-gug, of South Korea’s opposition group the Bareun Party, revealed the US has cut all talks with the North.

Kim’s hydrogen bomb blast is believed to have been as powerful as 250 kilotons – more than 10 times the strength of the bomb dropped on Hiroshima.

World leaders condemned the blast which was seen as North Korea’s worth ever provocation of the West.

Mr Choung said: “I got the impression that there were talks up until the sixth nuclear test, and then they stopped.

“They told me they think the circumstances have changed.”

He added however the US reassured him there would be no military action without the consent of South Korea.

Trump however will defend their ally if Kim attacked the city of Seoul, Mr Choung said.

The devastating consequences of an attack on the South was revealed today by a North Korea watchdog.

It was predicted at least 2 million people would die if Kim launched a strike on South Korea.

Kim has not launched a missile or nuclear test since September 15, during which he fired a rocket over Japan.

Russia and China have both called for calm in the region amid the war talk from Trump and Kim.

President Vladimir Putin yesterday warned the US to back down over North Korea or risk triggering war.  (Click to Site)

WAR DRUMS: Millions in North Korea enlisting to fight America


North Korea claims that 4.7 million of its citizens have volunteered to join or re-enlist in the military since leader Kim Jong Un threatened to “tame” President Trump “with fire” last week, North Korean state media reported.

Millions of young men and 1.22 million women said they wanted sign up to counter the U.S. since Friday, the Rodong Sinmun newspaper reported.

Pyongyang has previously claimed that North Koreans have volunteered to join the military as part of propaganda campaigns to boost solidarity, according to South Korean news agency Yonhap.

China, Pyongyang’s most important ally, on Thursday ordered North Korean companies in the country and joint ventures with Chinese firms to close within 120 days of the passing of the latest round of U.N. sanctions on Sept. 12.

The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously to ban North Korean textile exports and cap fuel supplies following the North’s sixth nuclear test earlier this month.

The North Korean military enlistment claims came after Kim issued a statement Friday warning: “I will surely and definitely tame the mentally deranged U.S. dotard with fire.”

The North Korean leader spoke out after Trump told the U.N. General Assembly in New York that if “forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea.”

Malaysia banned its citizens from traveling to North Korea until further notice on Thursday, citing Pyongyang’s recent missile tests. Malaysia is one of the reclusive nation’s few diplomatic partners.

It came amid increasing diplomatic pressure on North Korea, after the country launched two intercontinental ballistic missiles, flew midrange missiles over Japan and conducted its sixth and largest nuclear test. (Click to Site)


Russia Blames US For Death Of Top General In Syria

Shortly after Russia disclosed on Sunday that a top Russian military commander, Lieutenant General Valery Asapov – who was serving as one of Russia’s “military advisers” in Syria – was fatally wounded by an exploding shell in a mortar attack by ISIS terrorists, on Monday the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said that the “two-faced policy” of the United States was to blame for the death of the Russian General in Syria.


“The death of the Russian commander is the price, the bloody price, for two-faced American policy in Syria,” Ryabkov told reporters, according to RIA.

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The Russian Defense Ministry said on Sunday that Asapov had been killed by Islamic State shelling near Deir al-Zor; his death was revealed around the time Moscow disclosed what it said was photographic evidence showing US special operations located at Islamic State positions in Syria. 

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Russia has complained about what it has suggested are “suspiciously friendly ties” between U.S.-backed militias, U.S. special forces, and Islamic State in the area, accusing Washington of trying to slow the advance of the Syrian army.

As a reminder, on Sunday the Russian Ministry of Defense published aerial images which they say show US Army special forces equipment located north of the Syrian town of Deir ez-Zor, where IS militants are deployed. The US troops do not face any “resistance from the ISIS militants,” while their positions have no screening patrol, which could indicate that they “feel absolutely safe” in the area, the ministry said. The US Central Command however denied the accusations in a written statement to RT.

“The allegations are false. For operational security, we do not comment on ongoing operations or the current positions of Coalition personnel and our partner forces,” the Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve said.

Ryabkov also questioned Washington’s intention to fight Islamic State in Syria.

“The American side declares that it is interested in the elimination of IS … but some of its actions show it is doing the opposite and that some political and geopolitical goals are more important for Washington,” Ryabkov said according to Reuters.

Meanwhile, in keeping with the growing escalation between Russia and the US over Deir Ezzor, earlier on Monday, American-backed Syrian militias again accused Russian warplanes of striking their positions in the oil-rich province, near a natural gas field they seized from Islamic State last week. Russia denied that.

Despite the growing escalations, the Russian and US militaries maintain “intensive” contacts at different levels, Ryabkov said. (Click to Site)

As North Korea threatens electromagnetic pulse attack, questions over lapses in US grid security rise


For more than 15 years, security and intelligence officials — including former CIA Director James Woolsey — have been raising the alarm bells about the vulnerability of the U.S. power grid to an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack. Only now as tensions with North Korea quickly escalate — with the rogue nation refusing to back down from its nuclear testing and threats of such an onslaught — is the matter really generating attention.

But according to U.S. defense and security officials, while there are players purporting to protect the nation’s critical infrastructure given millions of American lives on the line, the reality is that no one really knows what will happen and what can be done.

“We recognize that an EMP event would have extremely dire consequences for the entire country, but where the challenge comes is in attempting to quantify those impacts,” one high-ranking Department of Homeland Security official, who requested anonymity, told Fox News. “This is not something we have had a lot of real world experience with.”

Earlier this month, state news agencies in the Kim Jong Un-dictated country explicitly cautioned that it could hit the U.S. with an EMP offensive. A hydrogen bomb detonated at a high altitude would create an EMP that potentially could abolish prominent parts of the electrical grid. The higher the bomb’s detonation, the wider the scope of destruction. And given that high-altitude nuclear tests were prohibited as per a 1963 treaty, from the U.S. side, there is little scientific data to understand the devastation of a detonation on modern infrastructure.

But the potential fallout from such an event is monstrous. In 2001, Congress enacted the since-disbanded Commission to Assess the Threat to the U.S. with regards to an EMP event, with commissioners testifying that up to 90 percent of Americans could die within a year of such an attack. All the functions communities rely upon — hospitals, water, waste, transport, telecommunications, air control, medical care — could potentially be decimated for not days or weeks, but months or years.

“Our ability to know what would happen in the aftermath is highly uncertain. That being said, we are doing several things to deepen our understanding. There is a lot of information sharing,” noted the official. “We are looking at mitigation strategies and developing planning tools. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is involved too as there have been exercises and workshops related to catastrophic planning and EMP events. But DHS does not have authority to compel power operators to do anything, we do not have regulatory authority over grid operators.”

The U.S. electrical grid, which is deemed one of the most vital pieces of infrastructure in the country and serves more than 300 million, does not have one singular oversight body responsible for its safeguarding — hence authorities have cautioned that the magnitude of threat has fallen between the cracks.

“The military doesn’t think it is their job to make the grid resilient, even though 99 percent of their missions in continental United States rely on the civilian grid. The utilities don’t think it is their job because it is a national security problem. Besides, they don’t want to come up with the money, face more regulatory burdens or fool with making over parts of the grid with uncertain technical consequences,” lamented Frank Gaffney, Center for Security Policy President and Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy under President Reagan, who has long warned of EMP’s efficiency to bring down America. “And because of the sweetheart regulatory arrangement they have at the federal level, they have been able to avoid it.”

Rather, the private nonprofit North American Energy Reliability Company (NERC) makes  “best practices” recommendations to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). NERC, as the Electric Reliability Organization, said that they do develop mandatory and enforceable standards to help protect the bulk power system, including numerous security standards and take a risk-based “defense-in-depth” approach to protecting critical grid assets from all threats.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Energy (DOE) counterpart on security and preparedness efforts.

According to the DHS, financing grid security — given that it doesn’t fall under the responsibility of one particular office — could have been done through slight rate increases, but efforts are typically bound by red tape.

“If utilities want to increase their customer rates by one cent a kilowatt hour to help invest in a new effort for counter-terrorism or EMP they have to go to a public utility commission and convince them that these rate increases are beneficial and meet certain cost/benefit conditions,” said the official. “Frankly, public utility commissions are there to protect consumers and they tend to be skeptical and tend to really push utilities to think very hard about the times they come in and push for rate increases to help support these kinds of efforts. Unlike some other industries where they can immediately pass off costs to consumers, this is not the case with power companies. They are slower to move due to the regulatory environment they have to deal with.”

Risk analyst and policy expert Dennis Santiago observed that any effort to harden the U.S. power grid — including the oldest and most interconnected portions of it in the eastern United States, which are especially exposed to disruption due to their age and design — have fallen short at the public utilities level because of “more pressing threats like physical attack security and cybersecurity.”

“In the end, this process has left the U.S. with antiquated and vulnerable infrastructure,” he said. “There is no unified or specified commander charged with specifically marshalling America’s resources from the government and private sector into an active defense of the power grid. There are civil services and regulatory bodies mostly focused on energy as utilities but nothing looks like an energy version of a military defense command.”

However, DHS authorities, in conjunction with the Department of Energy, claim that even before North Korea’s provocations they started ramping up efforts — around a year ago — to make grid vulnerability higher on the priority list. The issue was always secondary to threats considered to be more acute by the intelligence community such as counter-terrorism post 9/11 and later cybersecurity and “more destructive type natural hazards.”

“If something happens in two weeks, we wouldn’t be able to close all the gaps of vulnerability,” pointed out the official. “But having looked at this issue for a number of years, we are taking appropriate action given our set of responsibilities and authorities.”

A spokesperson for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) additionally told Fox News that they are “constantly working with federal partners to identify threats and vulnerabilities that could impact the power grid” and, in coordination with the federal partners, are working to “mitigate threats and where appropriate work with the private sector.”

But beyond the North Korea threat, experts also bemoan that Iran, Russia and China too have assimilated EMP attack into their military creeds, posing a significant peril to the United States.

“The very existence of the nation is at stake,” Gaffney added. “We are facing explicit threats to use EMP against us from the North Koreans — and there is a lot of capability to execute such an attack in the hands of other enemies.” (Click to Site)

Is This Proof America Will Soon Be ‘Nuked’? There Is No Easy Living With A Nuclear Armed North Korea Built With Russian And Chinese Technology

Submitted to All News Pipeline by Dr. Peter Vincent Pry

We cannot learn to live with a nuclear-armed North Korea because it is a pistol aimed at our heads by the North’s dictator Kim Jong-un, China’s dictator Xi Jinping and Russia’s dictator Vladimir Putin, that sooner or later will go off.

The latest evidence North Korea’s nuclear missile program is being helped by Russia and China is their successful H-bomb test on Sept. 2. North Korean state media described their new thermonuclear weapon: “The H-bomb, the explosive power of which is adjustable from tens of kilotons to hundreds of kilotons, is a multifunctional thermonuclear weapon with great destructive power which can be detonated even at high altitudes for superpowerful EMP attack according to strategic goals.”

From the above, we can infer North Korea’s H-bomb is not a first generation thermonuclear device but much more sophisticated, what U.S. nuclear technologists call “dial-a-yield” so the power of the weapon can be adjusted to the mission, including a setting for enhanced gamma rays to make a high altitude Super-EMP attack. This is comparable to U.S. nuclear weapons technology in the 1970s.

The demonstrated yield of North Korea’s H-bomb is reportedly estimated by the U.S. intelligence community to be 120 kilotons (160 kilotons according to Japan), or about 12-16 times more powerful than the Hiroshima A-bomb, comparable in power to two-stage H-bombs of the United States.

On Sept. 4, North Korea released a technical paper “The EMP Might of Nuclear Weapons” accurately describing a Super-EMP nuclear weapon. This confirms warnings by the Congressional EMP Commission that North Korea has Super-EMP weapons.


In 2004, two Russian generals warned the EMP Commission that Russia’s design for a Super-EMP weapon had been “accidentally” transferred to North Korea, and due to “brain drain” Russian scientists were in North Korea helping its nuclear and missile programs.

There are many examples of technology transfers from Russia and China to North Korea, proving they have helped accelerate Pyongyang’s nuclear missile programs. North Korea’s nuclear missile threat is built upon Russian and Chinese technology.

Suffice to say the only nations with mobile ICBMs are Russia, China and North Korea — not even the U.S. has a mobile ICBM. Russia, China, and North Korea have Super-EMP weapons — but not the United States.

Even North Korea’s nuclear doctrine and concepts of operational employment, judging from their above statement and other evidence, is highly sophisticated, comparable to that of Russia, China and the U.S. The whole point of having “dial-a-yield” nuclear weapons technology is for a wide range of employment options for deterrence and war-fighting.

Some academics still insist on ignoring all the evidence and denying the North Korean nuclear missile threat has yet arrived. But it is time to face reality.


Unfortunately, North Korea’s own description of its nuclear missile capabilities has consistently been more reliable than U.S. intelligence community estimates. These estimates have wrongly assumed North Korea is working on its own, without help from China and Russia.

Recently, the U.S. intelligence community has become more realistic, reportedly estimating North Korea now has ICBMs armed with atomic and thermonuclear warheads that can strike the U.S. mainland. Just a few months ago, the intelligence community credited North Korea with none of these things.

Technology transfers aside, there has long been more obvious evidence China and Russia are colluding with North Korea.

Russia and China show no fear of nuclear-armed North Korea, even though they live next door. North Korea never threatens nuclear strikes against China or Russia, as it does regularly against the U.S. and our allies. China and Russia pay lip service to denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula, but have often blocked sanctions against North Korea or cheated and made no serious effort to constrain North Korea — who is, after all, their nuclear missile proxy.


We cannot live with a nuclear-armed North Korea because it is a gun pointed at our heads by Russia and China to drive the U.S. out of the Pacific, into isolationism, and achieve world domination — all without nuclear risk to themselves. Moscow and Beijing have invested decades building their North Korean nuclear gun. In order to cow or kill the U.S. global policeman, if necessary, they will pull the trigger.

We cannot live with a nuclear-armed North Korea because accepting a Mutual Assured Destruction relationship with Kim Jong-un, after years of saying this is impossible, would destroy utterly U.S. credibility. Russia, China, and Iran would be emboldened to aggression to realize their most ambitious dreams in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. It would be a green light for World War III.

We cannot live with a nuclear-armed North Korea because Kim Jong-un is a psychopathic murderer with delusions of Godhood whose risk-taking and paranoia knows no limits. Sooner or later, by design or miscalculation, he will strike us.

We cannot live with a nuclear-armed North Korea because someday the evil regime in Pyongyang will fall, and they will want to drag us with them, down into darkness.

We must strike and disarm North Korea of at least those few nuclear assets that can threaten U.S. cities, before it is too late.

Peter Vincent Pry is director of the EMP Task Force and U.S. Nuclear Strategy Forum and served in the House Armed Services Committee and the CIA. Story originally published here.

The views expressed by story contributors to All News Pipeline are their own and do not always align completely with those of ANP.

(ANP: In the 2nd video below our videographer goes over some disturbing details that leads him to believe that America will soon be nuked. While he points towards September 23rd, ANP stands strongly against predicting dates of ‘possible’ future events that are out of our own control.)
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This Horrific Scenario Could Result In An Unimaginable Firestorm With The Possibility Of Millions Dead – MSM Globalist Mouthpiece Puts Out Story Titled ‘How To Survive The Apocalypse’

By Stefan Stanford – All News Pipeline – Live Free Or Die

In the new story over at the Guardian that Steve Quayle linked to on his website Friday morning they report that fearful Californians are very concerned about how to survive what may be coming with many experts warning that Long Beach, CA, is likely a prime target of a North Korean nuclear attack. With experts in a meeting there urging first responders to ‘think about the unthinkable’, a nuclear bomb exploding at the Port of Long Beach, the Guardian story neglects to report upon one reason why a Kim Jong Un attack upon the port city could create a catastrophe beyond what anybody is now reporting.

As Steve Quayle tells us, with the state of California now leading the nation in the use of hydrogen powered vehicles, hydrogen stations and hydrogen production plants are popping up all over area as seen in the map screenshot below from the California Fuel Cell Partnership. With the state of California also joining the states of Texas and Louisiana as the 3 largest producers of hydrogen in the nation, a North Korean hydrogen bomb attack upon Long Beach, combined with all of the hydrogen facilities in the region, could create an unimaginable firestorm with the possibility of millions dead as we see in the nuclear blast radius maps featured further below.

While experts claim that the North Korean hydrogen bomb test on September 3rd had a yield of between 50 and 250 KT, if such a blast were to create a massive firestorm in a region already full of hydrogen production plants and hydrogen fuel stations, the overall yield of the explosion would increase exponentially as we examine in more detail below.


While we hear in the first video below that the globalists who’ve long been working to ‘take down America’ could USE North Korea and Kim Jong Un as the perfect patsy for a false flag attack upon our nation, an attack that would be part of the ‘end game’ to fully bring into America a globalist, totalitarian dictatorship, this new story from the NEO Journal fully details the role that Kim and North Korea are playing in the race towards Armageddon.

With reports that Iran and North Korea are now collaborating in an exchange of materials and technicians to mutually develop nuclear weapons capabilities at a time when many experts are warning the US military doesn’t even have the capability to shoot down North Korean missiles, we see why we should be concerned about Iran’s threats to drop the ‘father of all bombs’ while claiming to have already infiltrated the US military, obviously during the Obama ‘open doors to terrorists’ years.

In the next graphic below from the Nuclear Secrecy website map we see the damage radius that would be created around the Long Beach area should it be hit with a North Korean nuclear bomb with a yield of 250 KT, the highest estimated yield of their September 3 test. While such a blast would be catastrophic with over 140,000 deaths and nearly 280,000 injured, this map doesn’t take into account all of the hydrogen stations in the region which would add to the catastrophe as seen in the 2nd graphic below.


As we see in the next map below which simulates a 25 megaton yield that could be created by all of the hydrogen plants and stations in the region being consumed in a massive thermobaric fuel-air explosion, the blast radius no longer encompasses just the Long Beach area but theoretically spreads out to even beyond Los Angeles.

The incredibly destructive shockwaves that could be caused by such an ‘overdriven explosion’ have been called a humanitarian workers worst nightmares as hydrogen fuel already spread throughout the region (though now properly contained at numerous stations and plants) also explodes in the gigantic fireball that has already consumed the region.

These paragraphs below properly detail how a standard hydrogen bomb or nuclear explosion could combine with hydrogen fuel plants/stations in the area that has been hit to create an ‘enhanced blast fuel-air explosion’.

Volumetric weapons are a family of munitions that includes such better-known subtypes as thermobaric and fuel-air explosive (FAE) weapons, and are variously referred to as vacuum bombs or enhanced blast weapons. The differences between thermobaric weapons and fuel-air explosives are fairly arcane, but the fundamental effects on the people injured and killed by these weapons are pretty much the same.

“If you’re a civilian on the ground in a marketplace and the bomb goes off, the effects are going to be very similar,” Robert Perkins, a weapons researcher at Action on Armed Violence, told VICE News. “It’s going to achieve an incredibly destructive shockwave, which is the thing that unites these weapons.”

Volumetric weapons work by dispersing an explosive element or fuel, which creates an aerosolized cloud on impact. The weapon’s explosive then ignites the aerosolized cloud, producing a powerful shockwave and high temperatures.

With the LA region also home to many Hydrogen fuel stations, such a 25 megaton blast could result in over 1.5 million dead with more than 4 million suffering from catastrophic radiation-related illnesses and injuries.


And while such a blast would be far beyond catastrophic, should an attack upon the same region be caused by one of the biggest nuclear weapons in the world, Russia’s ‘Tsar Bomb’ with a 100 megaton yield, more than 3.5 million would perish with nearly 6 million more suffering horrible injuries that could also lead to death.

As a NATO military leader recently stated, “Russian military exercises appear to be preparation for big war” and while we’ve been told time and again by ‘Russian insiders’ living here in the US that the very last thing that Russia wants is a war with the US as they know what such a war would bring to the world, such a war is always only ‘one accident away’.


With North Korea once again rocked by a 3.4 magnitude earthquake that was detected near one of their nuclear test sites indicating Kim Jong Un has likely conducted another nuclear test, the state of Hawaii is once again urging their own residents to prepare for the unthinkable as Kim continues to taunt President Trump and threaten America.

Since Iran is also now defying President Trump by testing a new medium-range ballistic missile that could hit Israel while the North Korean war drums continue to beat, we see in an excellent compilation of recent news reports in the 2nd video below why outlets likethe NY Times are now putting out stories titled “How To Survive The Apocalypse”.

With Hollywood stars backing the ‘mad rocket man’ Kim Jong Un and North Korea, joining the mainstream media in their support for Kim as detailed in this new story and the 3rd video below, proving the depths of insanity many have fallen to, we pray God grants President Trump the strength and wisdom to navigate America through this period of history and the dangerous times ahead. (Click to Site)

China ‘strongly condemns’ N. Korean nuclear test: foreign ministry


China strongly condemned North Korea’s Sunday nuclear test, slamming Pyongyang for ignoring international condemnation of its atomic weapons programme.

North Korea “has ignored the international community’s widespread opposition, again carrying out a nuclear test. China’s government expresses resolute opposition and strong condemnation toward this,” the foreign ministry said in a statement on its website.

“We strongly urge the DPRK (North Korea) to face the strong will of denuclearisation from the international community, earnestly abide by the relevant resolutions of the UN Security Council, stop taking mistaken actions which worsen the situation and are also not in line with its own interests, and effectively return to the track of solving the problem through dialogue,” it added.

The test was North Korea’s sixth and far more powerful than any weapon it has previously detonated.

Pyongyang declared the test of what it called a hydrogen bomb to be a “perfect success.” (Click to Site)

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