2nd wave of locusts could hit one-third of world’s nations, warning says

Swarm can eat as much in a day as 35,000 people can eat By WND Staff - Published March 16, 2020 at 9:45pm When billions of locusts stripped hundreds of square miles of African croplands a few weeks ago, there were warnings it might get worse. Now, a second wave is about to descend that has … Continue reading 2nd wave of locusts could hit one-third of world’s nations, warning says

This Might Be Where the Very First Total Nuclear War Starts

And where billions of people die. by War Is Boring May 24, 2019 Undoubtedly, for nearly two decades the most dangerous place on Earth has been the Indian-Pakistani border in Kashmir. It’s possible that a small spark from artillery and rocket exchanges across that border might — given the known military doctrines of the two nuclear-armed neighbors — lead inexorably … Continue reading This Might Be Where the Very First Total Nuclear War Starts

The N. Korean Distraction Will Free Up China to Invade Asia

It is well-known that North Korea is a puppet state of China. and they are formidable enough that they can tie up the combined forces of the US, South Korea and Japan. with the US tied up with North Korea they are free to control Asia. It is also well known that China’s currencies are … Continue reading The N. Korean Distraction Will Free Up China to Invade Asia

Bird flu the silent killer is on the rise with millions of birds killed just in the last few days

Above, recent outbreaks of bird flu in Europe It lurks in the background and never seems to go away; it is quietly increasing but is never mentioned on the MSM. Bird flu, the silent deadly killer is back in Europe this winter with outbreaks throughout the continent, and Asia, see below. Yesterday the Korean Herald … Continue reading Bird flu the silent killer is on the rise with millions of birds killed just in the last few days

Embassies remain in N. Korea after warnings to evacuate

Foreign embassies seem to have no immediate intentions to withdraw their staff from Pyongyang, despite the North Korean government warning they could not guarantee safety and suggesting they evacuate. Currently, about two dozen countries have embassies in North Korea. Most of the represented governments have already made it clear they had no immediate plans to … Continue reading Embassies remain in N. Korea after warnings to evacuate

China kills market birds as flu found in pigeons

China announced a sixth death from a new bird flu strain Friday, while authorities in Shanghai halted the sale of live fowl and slaughtered all poultry at a market where the virus was detected in pigeons being sold for meat. The mass bird killing is the first so far as the Chinese government responds to … Continue reading China kills market birds as flu found in pigeons