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COMMENTARY: Five Reasons Why Trump Is Moving Towards War With Iran

We would add one more reason to this, and that is the FACT that Trump is a Zionist and he was never put in office to ‘Make America Great Again’ but to make communist Russia greater than it has ever been. The ‘War with Iran’ has been long waited by Israel and it will mean the total destruction of the Middle East and open the doors wide open the new Soviet Empire, where the Jews rule with Putin as their chosen puppet. 

Trump and Iran

“Five Reasons Why Trump Is Moving Towards War With Iran,” Source: lobelog.com

Make no mistake: We do not have a crisis over the Iran nuclear deal. It is working and everyone from Secretary Mattis and Tillerson to the US and Israeli intelligence services to the International Atomic Energy Agency agree: Iran is adhering to the deal.
But Trump is about to take a working deal and turn it into a crisis–an international crisis that very likely can lead to war. While the decertification of the Iran deal that Trump is scheduled to announce on Friday in and of itself doesn’t collapse the deal, it does trigger a process that increases the risk of war in the following five ways.

1. If the deal collapses, so does the restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program

The nuclear deal or the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) took two very bad scenarios off the table: It blocked all of Iran’s paths to a nuclear bomb and it prevented war with Iran. By killing the deal, Trump is putting both of those bad scenarios back on the table.

As I describe in my book Losing an Enemy – Obama, Iran and the triumph of Diplomacy, it was the very real danger of a military conflict that drove the Barack Obama administration to become so dedicated to find a diplomatic solution to this crisis. In January 2012, then-Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta stated publicly that Iran’s breakout – the time it would take from making the decision to build the bomb to having the material for a bomb – was twelve months. In spite of massive sanctions on Iran aimed at both retarding the nuclear program and convincing the Iranians that the nuclear program was too costly to continue, the Iranians aggressively expanded their nuclear activities.

By January 2013, exactly a year later, a new sense of urgency dawned on the White House. Iran’s breakout time had shrunk from twelve months to a mere 8-12 weeks. If Iran decided to dash for a bomb, the United States might not have enough time to stop Tehran militarily. According to former CIA deputy director Michael Morell, Iran’s shrinking breakout time caused the U.S. to be closer to war with the Islamic Republic than at any time since 1979.” Other countries realized the danger as well. “The actual threat of military action was almost felt as electricity in the air before a thunderstorm,” Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov told me.

If nothing changed, President Obama concluded, the U.S. would soon face a binary option: Either go to war with Iran (due to pressure from Israel, Saudi Arabia and some elements inside the US) to stop its nuclear program or acquiesce to Iran’s nuclear fait accompli. The only way out of this lose-lose situation was a diplomatic solution. Three months later, the US and Iran held a pivotal secret meeting in Oman where the Obama administration managed to secure a diplomatic breakthrough that paved the way for the JCPOA.

The deal prevented war. Killing the deal prevents the peace. If Trump collapses the deal and the Iranians restart their program, the US will soon find itself facing the same dilemma that Obama did in 2013. The difference is that the President is now Donald Trump, a man who doesn’t even know how to spell diplomacy, let alone conduct it.

2. Trump is planning to take on the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps

Decertification is only half the story. Trump also plans to significantly escalate tensions with Iran in the region, including taking a measure that both the Bush and Obama administrations rejected: Designate the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist organization. Make no mistake, the IRGC is far from an army of saints. It is responsible for much of the repression against the population inside of Iran and it fought the U.S. military indirectly in Iraq through Shia militias. But it has also been one of the most critical fighting forces against ISIS.

In real terms, the designation does not add much to the pressure the U.S. already is or can impose on the IRGC. But it ratchets things up in a very dangerous way without any clear benefits to the United States. The drawbacks, however, are crystal clear. IRGC commander Mohammad Ali Jafari issued a stern warning last week: “If the news is correct about the stupidity of the American government in considering the Revolutionary Guards a terrorist group, then the Revolutionary Guards will consider the American army to be like Islamic State [ISIS] all around the world.” If the IRGC acts on its warning and targets U.S. troops – and there are 10,000 such targets in Iraq – we will only be a few steps away from war.

3. Trump is escalating without having any exit ramps

Escalation is under all circumstances a dangerous game. But it is particularly dangerous when you do not have diplomatic channels that ensure that the other side reads your signals correctly and that provides mechanisms for de-escalation. Not having such exit-ramps is like driving a car without a brake. You can accelerate, you can crash, but you can’t brake.

Military commanders understand this. That’s what former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen warned about prior to the Obama administration investing in diplomacy. “We’ve not had a direct link of communication with Iran since 1979,” Mullen said. “And I think that has planted many seeds for miscalculation. When you miscalculate, you can escalate and misunderstand… We are not talking to Iran, so we don’t understand each other. If something happens, it’s virtually assured that we won’t get it right — that there will be miscalculation which would be extremely dangerous in that part of the world.”

Mullen issued this warning when Obama was president, a man often criticized for being too restrained and too unwilling to use military power. Imagine how nervous and worried Mullen must be today with Trump calling the shots in the situation room.

4. Some US allies want the US to fight their war with Iran

There is no secret that Israel, Saudi Arabia and the UAE have been pushing the US for years to go to war with Iran. Israel, in particular, was not only making threats of preemptive military action itself, its ultimate aim was to convince the United States to conduct the attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities for Israel.

“The intention,” former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak admitted to the Israeli paper Ynet in July of this year, “was both to make the Americans increase sanctions and to carry out the operation.” While the Israeli security establishment today opposes killing the nuclear deal (Barak himself said as much in an interview with the New York Times this week), there are no indications that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has changed his mind on this matter. He has called on Trump to fix or nix the deal, though his criteria for how to fix the deal is so unrealistic it virtually ensures the deal will collapse – which in turn would put the US on a path to war with Iran.

The only person who arguably has a worse sense of judgment than Trump is Netanyahu. After all, this is what he told US lawmakers in 2002 as he lobbied them to invade Iraq: ”If you take out Saddam, Saddam’s regime, I guarantee you that it will have enormous positive reverberations on the region.”

5. Trump’s donors are obsessed with starting war with Iran

Some have suggested that Trump is pursuing the decertification of the Iran deal — in spite of the near consensus advice of his top advisors to not go down this path – as a result of pressure from his base. But there is no evidence that his base cares much about this issue. Rather, as Eli Clifton meticulously had documented, the most dedicated force behind Trump’s obsession with killing the Iran deal is not his base, but a tiny group of top Republican donors. “A small number of his biggest campaign and legal defense donors have made extreme comments about Iran and, in at least one case, advocated for the use of a nuclear weapon against the Islamic Republic,” Clifton wrote last month.

The billionaire Home Depot founder Bernard Marcus, for instance, has given Trump $101,700 to help pay Trump and Donald Trump Jr.’s legal fees following the probe into Russian election interference. Hedge-fund billionaire Paul Singer is another major donor to pro-war groups in Washington who Trump has relied upon for financial support. The most famous billionaire donor, of course, is Sheldon Adelson who has contributed $35 million to pro-Trump Super PAC Future 45. All of these donors have pushed for war with Iran, though only Adelson has gone as far as to suggest the US should strike Iran with nuclear weapons as a negotiating tactic.

Thus far, Trump has gone with the advice of these billionaires on Iran over that of his Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense and Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff. None of the above five scenarios were realistic a few months ago. They have become plausible — even likely – because Trump has decided to make them so. Just like with George Bush’s invasion of Iraq, Trump’s confrontation with Iran is a war of choice, not a war of necessity.

Naftali Bennett

Israel Must Be Ready To Tackle Iran On Its Own

What would happen if the Israel were to be threatened between its ‘nuclear path’ and its ‘economy’? Why do they always have more rights than the rest of the world? Why does the international community have to answer to all their desires? Why are they always at war with the world? They provoke, they destroy, but no one can react to their attacks. They are EVIL with no limits. There seems to be no democratic solution for leading with the Devil.

Naftali Bennett

“Israel must be ready to tackle Iran on its own,” Source: jpost.com

Israel must ask the international community to stop Iran’s nuclearization but prepare to do the task on its own in case the world fails, Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett said in an interview with The Jerusalem Post on Sunday.

Bennett, who is a member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s security cabinet, spoke before a meeting of the forum, in which the prime minister reported about his meetings with US President Donald Trump and other world leaders and his progress on the Iranian issue. The meeting was held a day after Iran tested a ballistic missile capable of reaching Israel, as security cabinet members backed Netanyahu’s call at the UN last week to either scrap or change the nuclear deal with Iran.

“On the one hand, we need to persuade the US to apply paralyzing sanctions of the highest level as soon as possible,” Bennett said. “Iran must be forced to choose between the nuclear path and a prosperous economy. Since the Iran deal, they haven’t been presented that option. At the same time, Israel must prepare for the possibility that the US and the world won’t be convinced by getting ready to defend ourselves by ourselves.”

Bennett said that Israel must act on both tracks as if the other did not exist. On the sanctions track, he suggested removing Iran from the world-wide Swift banking system, which was done before at the peak of international sanctions on the Islamic Republic. He said companies around the world would then have to choose between doing business with Iran or the US.

But, he added, Israel must act under the assumption that the international community will not provide successful solutions to stop Iran’s nuclearization.

He did not elaborate on what Israel should do to prepare itself militarily, preferring to leave such advice to closed forums like the security cabinet.

Regarding Netanyahu’s decision not to strike Iranian nuclear sites in 2011, when such a step was considered, Bennett said: “I have been in the government since 2013. Whatever has been missed has been missed and we have to look forward and defend ourselves by ourselves.”

“We are all on a conveyor belt that leads to a cliff,” he warned. “The world’s nuclear deal gave Iran the ability to develop everything necessary for rapid breakaway to nuclearization. It allowed Iran to develop faster centrifuges and improve its technology. There is a false sense of security now because the breakaway has been postponed by the deal, but they’re using the deal to race toward a bomb.”

Regarding Iranian moves into Syria, Bennett said Israel would not tolerate Iran building a corridor from Tehran to Israel’s borders and the Mediterranean Sea. He said that development would change the balance of power and endanger Israel.

“We won’t allow that to happen, and we will speak by actions, not by words,” he said. “The only thing that works in the Middle East is action.”

Bennett also issued a warning to Lebanon, based on his experience as a commander in the Second Lebanon War and his years in commando units inside the territory of Israel’s northern neighbor.

“There is no way to differentiate between Hezbollah and Lebanon, and sending soldiers to that impossible task is sending them to fail,” he said. “We need a new strategy. If they are shooting rockets on Israeli cities, we will use full force on the Lebanese government and infrastructure. Shooting rockets from Lebanon to Israel is a declaration of war on Israel. This is a different strategy than what was used in the Second Lebanon War, and it’s what I’m promoting now.”

Transportation and Intelligence Minister Israel Katz, who is also a member of the security cabinet, said there was now a “historic opportunity” to “remove the Iranian threat from Israel.”

Katz’s comments came as a result of a tweet posted by Trump which said: “Iran just test-fired a ballistic missile capable of reaching Israel. They are also working with North Korea. Not much of an agreement we have.”

Katz said Israel needed to work with the US to bring about a change in the 2015 nuclear agreement in order to ensure that Iran does not attain nuclear capability.

“Either cancel the agreement or return to sanctions,” he said.

In addition, he said, Israel needs to work with the US to thwart Iran’s missile program, prevent an Iranian military presence in Syria, stop Iranian assistance to Hezbollah and get America to formally recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights.

No details of the security cabinet meeting – which was also expected to include a briefing by Netanyahu about his meetings last week in New York with Trump and with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi – were made public.

Netanyahu has not yet publicly reacted to the newest Iranian ballistic test. However, at the UN last week he said in regard to Iran that “those who threaten us with annihilation put themselves in mortal peril. ”As long as Iran seeks Israel’s destruction, he added, “Iran will face no fiercer enemy than Israel.”

The full Bennett interview will be published in the Post’s Simhat Torah supplement.

Jews control the internet

North Korea Now Has A Second Internet Link Through Russia

Why would Russia help North Korea? Oh! That’s right, so they can ‘control’ it better and make sure they do not nuke South Korea, Japan or Guam! Only an extremely brainwashed person believes this! This is the game being played at its best. America appears as protecting ‘Americans’ from the dangers of Communist North Korea, and ‘Christian’ ‘Democratic’ ‘Anti-NWO’ Russia is helping. Who are these people trying to fool?! All we know is that the Jews control the internet, here, there and everywhere! 

Jews control the internet

“North Korea now has a second internet link through Russia,” Source: engadget.com

This gives North Korea an alternative method of accessing the internet — which, aside from the obvious benefit of redundant access, might mitigate the damage from foreign attempts to block their service. A report on Sunday revealed that US Cybercommand had been harassing the North Korean government’s hacking group with denial-of-service attacks for six months. It’s unclear if their method would be as effective now that the East Asian country has a second line to the outside internet.

It also affects UN and US ability to diplomatically cut North Korea off from the internet. While the Security Council’s latest sanctions restrict oil and gas coming into the country, they could at some future date have threatened North Korea’s then-only link to the internet through China’s state-owned China United Network Communications. Now, the UN and US would have to pressure two countries. FireEye’s CTO told Bloomberg that Russia would also get something from the deal: Visibility into traffic going in and out of North Korea, giving them an idea what the country’s up to.

Putin

Kim Jong-Un’s Men Hold Vladimir Putin Meeting In Snub To Donald Trump

The tribe is LAUGHING at our faces while playing with our minds. We have been hearing about ‘imminent war’ with North Korea for months now, and most are ignoring what they hear because they see it never happens. That is part of their brainwashing strategy, it is a psychological war against us. They first bombard us with ‘imminent war’, to scare us, while making us ‘see’ how The United States, the west, is always provoking (which is true, because they rule it). At the same time they numb us, to a point where we become zombies, we simply don’t care about war anymore, because we have become ‘used’ to it. One day, they will finally do it, and it will get us by surprise. By then, we will all be so tired and weak that it will impossible for us to react, besides we won’t know who is who in this ‘war’ anymore. That is when disguised as the good guys, they will take over and finally enslave us all, with our consent. 

Putin

“Kim Jong-un’s men hold Vladimir Putin meeting in snub to Donald Trump,” Source: dailystar.co.uk

North Korean diplomat arrives for meeting in Moscow 

Pyongyang has waged a war of words with Donald Trump’s White House for months.And as tensions appear to reach boiling point, the hermit kingdom has reached out to the Kremlin in a move that could raise eyebrows in Washington.Oleg Burmistrov – one of Putin’s key advisors met the director-general of the hermit kingdom’s Moscow stronghold – Choe Son-hui – today.

The pair were spotted entering a meeting room in the Russian capital while Donald Trump responded to the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.

Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-unBEHIND CLOSED DOORS: North Korea and Russia held a meeting today
The talks lasted for five hours and more Russian involvement in the crisis is bound to exaggerate war fears in the West – particularly after Putin’s troops were pictured building up on Kim’s borders this week.Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharov confirmed that officials met but declined to provide any further details.But despite President Trump ramping up the aggression in recent weeks, Washington responded to today’s meeting with apparent calm.

US State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said the White House “can’t see that as a bad thing”.

“Diplomacy is our preferred approach,” she added.

“If Russia can be successful in getting North Korea to move in a better direction, we would certainly welcome that.”

Trump: Military option would be devastating for North Korea

The move comes after an unexpected Russian missile test earlier this week.War fears reached boiling point last weekend after Donald Trump warned he would “totally destroy” Kim’s regime.He described the tubby tyrant as a “rocket man on a suicide mission” in his debut speech at the UN.

And Pyongyang responded by stressing their right to nuclear weapons, labeling Trump “deranged”.

Kim has repeatedly launched missiles and detonated his most powerful nuclear weapon in a series of tests this year.And just last night, onlookers were fearful the rogue state could test the dreaded Juche Bird missile in the South Pacific.Kim believes expanding his nuclear arsenal will secure his rule and allow him to defend the North from its neighbors and the US.

North Korean Embassy in Moscow

COMMENTARY: Russia’s Love Affair With North Korea

Doesn’t it clearly look like Putin is working its way into grabbing more power and expanding his reign? Doesn’t it look like a strong Communist coalition is in the works? What is America doing in the meantime? Among other things, ignoring the facts and continue to fund Israel, while Israel steals their technology and sells it to Russia and China. Israel has been the ‘temporary’ headquarters for the tribe, but now that they have been able to rebuild the Soviet Empire, they will be ruling from Putin’s Russia. 

Trump, on the other hand, is pushing for war with North Korea, which will end up confronting West vs. East fulfilling Albert Pike’s prophecies of WWIII and Jewish Messianic prophecies. 

North Korean Embassy in Moscow

The North Korean embassy in Moscow, Russia.

“Russia’s Love Affair With North Korea,” Source: thediplomat.com

On February 3, 2017, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un sent out Lunar New Year greeting cards to numerous world leaders, highlighting the DPRK’s array of international allies. Even though China has been frequently described as North Korea’s leading international ally, Pyongyang’s state-controlled news agency, KCNA, listed Russia at the top of the list of countries friendly toward the DPRK, relegating China to second place.

Kim’s placement of Russia at the top of North Korea’s symbolic hierarchy of allies for the third consecutive year is a considerable break from Kim Jong-Il’s public emphasis on the DPRK’s alliances with China and Cuba. Pyongyang’s symbolic show of solidarity with the Kremlin has also been accompanied by a string of economic deals with Russia.

The expansion of Russian investment in the North Korean economy has entrenched Moscow’s role as a guarantor (along with China) of the Kim regime’s survival. Although Russia’s ability to benefit economically from closer links with North Korea is limited, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s willingness to deepen its alliance with Pyongyang highlights Moscow’s desire to expand its role as a stakeholder in the preservation of long-term peace in the Korean peninsula.

Russia’s Recent Expansion of Economic Assistance to North Korea

Even though Russian policymakers have consistently supported sanctions against North Korea for its nuclear weapons buildup and publicly criticized the DPRK regime’s belligerent foreign policy, the Kremlin has played a critical role in ameliorating North Korea’s economic isolation. The contrast between Kremlin rhetoric and policy towards North Korea has been most stark in the spheres of infrastructure and energy.

On January 31, Russia’s state news agency, TASS, reported that Russia Railways representatives visited North Korea to discuss an expansion of railway links between the two countries. The Russian delegation’s trip proved fruitful, as both parties agreed to expand training opportunities for North Korean engineers at Russian universities.

Increasing the exposure of North Korean workers to Russian technical expertise will allow more North Koreans to staff the Rajin-Hasan railway, which links Russia to the Korean peninsula. Even though South Korea withdrew itself from the Rajin-Hasan railway project in March 2016, Moscow’s willingness to continue the project’s development highlights the strength of its relationship with the North Korean regime, during a period of unprecedented isolation for Pyongyang.

As China’s oil supplies to North Korea have been periodically disrupted due to tensions between Beijing and Pyongyang, Moscow’s importance as an investor in the DPRK’s energy sector has increased markedly. Siberian oil companies have sold fuel to North Korea via a supply route linking Vladivostok to Rajin. These fuel supplies have provided the North Korean regime with vital hard currency, as the DPRK has processed Siberian oil in chemical plants and resold it to Chinese consumers.

Kim has responded to Russia’s consistency as a North Korean economic ally by publicly hailing the DPRK’s partnership with Moscow and increasing its shipments of guest workers to construction projects in Siberia. The presence of 10,000 North Koreans in Russia and the DPRK’s convenience as a source of cheap labor for Putin’s attempts to modernize Vladivostok suggests that Moscow is unlikely to match its critical rhetoric on North Korea’s nuclear buildup with retaliatory actions for the foreseeable future.

Russia’s Growing Importance as a Stakeholder in the Korean Peninsula

Even though Russia participated in the Six-Party Talks on North Korean nuclear disarmament from 2003-2007, many Western analysts have argued that Russia’s influence over the security situation in the Korean peninsula is relatively limited. Despite these assumptions, there are two reasons why Russia could become a more influential stakeholder in the Korean peninsula in the short to medium term.

First, some Russian analysts believe that the likely defeat of the right-wing Saenuri Party in South Korea’s upcoming presidential elections will result in an improvement of relations between Moscow and Seoul. Many left-leaning South Korean politicians have supported a more independent foreign policy course and have criticized Washington’s proposed deployment of the THAAD missile defense system to South Korea. These sentiments provide an opening for fruitful Russian diplomacy, especially if the new South Korean president adopts a more dovish foreign policy stance toward Pyongyang.

An improvement in Russia’s relationship with South Korea could increase its influence over the security situation on the Korean peninsula because Russia would be able to uniquely position itself as a strategic partner of both Pyongyang and Seoul. Once a relationship based on trust and interdependent interests is forged, Putin will hope to strike a deal with Seoul on managing North Korea’s conduct.

Russian policymakers believe that if Moscow can demonstrate its ability to rein in North Korea’s belligerence by diplomatically engaging with Pyongyang, South Korea will rejoin the Rajin-Hasan railway project. This scenario is much more likely to come to fruition after a change of government in South Korea, so the Kremlin views the turmoil resulting from President Park Geun-hye’s impeachment with cautious optimism.

Second, Russia is the only great power (aside from China) which has direct leverage over the stability of the North Korean regime. Since an act of impulsive aggression by North Korea is more likely if Kim’s regime feels the need to deflect from internal weakness, Russian support for Kim’s patronage machine will reduce the risk of unilateral North Korean aggression. Even if this logic does not hold and a security crisis engulfs the Korean peninsula, Moscow can use its leverage over the DPRK to pressure Kim to defuse tensions with South Korea.

In particular, Putin can link a North Korean pledge of non-aggression on the Korean peninsula to the maintenance of Russia’s stiff border control policies As part of a treaty between Moscow and Pyongyang on the repatriation of criminals, Kremlin policymakers have mandated the deportation of all North Koreans who illegally enter Russian territory. This policy has been strictly enforced, as Russia only granted permanent asylum to two North Korean nationals from 2004-2014.

Russia’s cooperation with the DPRK on curbing asylum seekers has strengthened Kim’s hold on power by preventing a highly destabilizing outflow of refugees from North Korea to Russia. If Putin tells Kim that launching a military strike on South Korea would result in the abrogation of this border control policy, the DPRK will likely ameliorate tensions with South Korea to prevent mass defections and ensure that its guest workers in Russia continue sending back hard currency to Pyongyang.

While many analysts have assumed that Russia’s deepened alliance with North Korea is a merely a symbolic display of anti-American defiance, a closer examination of Russian conduct reveals a more far-reaching strategic agenda. If Moscow proves to be an effective mediator in the Korean peninsula, Putin will be able to entrench Russia’s position as a major powerbroker in the Asia-Pacific region for years to come.

Samuel Ramani is a DPhil candidate in International Relations at St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford, specializing in post-1991 Russian foreign policy. He is also a journalist who writes regularly for the Washington Post and Huffington Post. He can be followed on Twitter at samramani2 and on Facebook at Samuel Ramani.

Kim Jung Un

North Korea’s New Missiles Came From Ukraine And Russia, Report Claims

An isolated country like North Korea without a doubt is being helped by their Russian and Israeli comrades. Now is this just Russia who wants war? Or is it the entire evil elite that needs a war between Russia and the US to further their agenda?

Kim Jung Un

“North Korea’s New Missiles Came From Ukraine and Russia, Report Claims,” Source: 
yahoo.com

The speed at which North Korea has ramped up its missile and nuclear defense programs within the last two years is reportedly due to purchases Kim Jong Un’s regime has made on a weapons black market linked to Ukraine and Russia, as the United States and the globe fret over a potential military conflict.

A new report released Monday by the International Institute for Strategic Studies explains the North has made “astounding strides” in missile development, and it could not have done so without a high-performance liquid-propellant engine, or LPE, provided by a “foreign source.”

“Claims that the LPE is a North Korean product would be more believable if the country’s experts had in the recent past developed and tested a series of smaller, less powerful engines, but there are no reports of such activities,” the report, penned by missile expert Michael Elleman, reads.

Citing available evidence, which can be sparse due to the secretive ways of the North and its isolation from the rest of the world, the report states that North Korea’s ability to jump from short- and medium-range missiles and a flawed type of intermediate-range missile to a more advanced and successful intermediate Hwasong-12 and an intercontinental ballistic missile, called Hwasong-14, could only have occurred with an LPE related to the Soviet RD-250 engines.

Stating that it was “less likely” that Russian engineers could have directly worked on the North’s missiles, the conclusion is drawn that the Soviet Rd-250 missiles and the requisite experience with that class of missile stemmed from factories either from the top Russian rocket engine manufacturer Energomash or the Ukraine’s KB Yuzhnoye.

“One has to conclude that the modified engines were made in those factories,” the report reads.

The latter company has a factory based in Dnipro, Ukraine, located inside a part of the country attempting to break away and join Russia amid a military conflict, and U.S. intelligence agencies believe the Soviet rockets in North Korea were likely made there, as the state-owned factory has struggled, The New York Times reported.
Also, back in 2011, North Koreans were caught attempting to steal missile secrets from the factory, and the North may have tried to infiltrate the factory another time.
The rocket engines also are believed to be the very ones the North used to test two missiles last month, which has led to more threats from Kim and calls for diplomacy by China—the North’s sole ally—and even threats from U.S. President Donald Trump.

INTERVIEW: Martinez And Bjerknes Unmask The Putin Cult

A MUST LISTEN, absolutely everything exposed during this interview is 100% TRUE, and this is what we need people to see and finally realize once and for all, that either they begin using their own brain and doing their own research, or they are allowing the enemy to lead them to their own self-destruction. Please share and spread the word. 

https://youtu.be/YudXwGXJgAg

COMMENTARY: Red Russia Is Supplying North Korea With Hydrogen Bombs And ICBM Supplies And Technology

Events are proving to us every day that there are no real efforts made by governments in order to achieve peace. People are still confused when it comes to knowing who the enemy is. It is Communists around the world who are working on destroying us all. The two sides are EVIL vs. HUMANITY. Nothing more. It is time to dig deeper and ignore media until we are clear on who is behind it all and what the objective really is. What is the solution? For those who have power, to act accordingly!

For more information, please refer to Anthony Sutton’s book “National Suicide” as well as Anatoliy Golitsyn “New Lies for Old”. You will find both by doing a search on this site. SPREAD THE WORD! 

“Red Russia Is Supplying North Korea With Hydrogen Bombs and ICBM Supplies and Technology,” Source: jewishracism.blogspot.com

Shortly after Washington ordered Moscow to close its consulate in San Francisco and annexes in DC and NY, Kim Jong Un declared that he has hydrogen bombs and North Korea detonated a powerful nuclear device. Red Russia had threatened a mighty response. It came from Red Russia’s proxy State North Korea.

Red Russia has been flying nuclear bombers around the Korean Peninsula to threaten America and our allies with a nuclear attack. Red Russia has supplied North Korea with ICBM missile technology and fuel. Red Russia has now given North Korea hydrogen bombs, and what has Donald Trump said or done about it? Nothing.

North Koreans are fond of tunnels. They have built several leading into South Korea. It is almost certain that they have built many more from North Korea to Red China and Red Russia. Putin is amassing Red Russian troops on the North Korean border. Red China is amassing troops on the North Korean border. If those tunnels exist, they may be filled with weapons stockpiles, armored vehicles, and mobile nuclear missile launchers. They might also serve as fallout shelters for North Koreans, Red Russians, and Red Chinese. While the communists are preparing for war, America and our allies, led by the communist press which subverts us, is seeking new methods of appeasement.

This will inevitably lead to a preemptive nuclear strike on North Korea. But the Red Russians have now supplied North Korea with hydrogen bombs and ICBMs. The Red Chinese and Red Russians can now launch hydrogen bombs on South Korea, Japan and the United States and scapegoat North Korea for the attack. Given Trump’s reticence on Russia, he himself may cast doubts on our military’s reports as to the source of the attack and call it “fake news” that Red China and/or Red Russia has fired off a nuclear strike on South Korea, Japan, and the United States.

It is not going to be pretty, but the United States of America has to act immediately, or face a rapidly deteriorating situation inevitably leading to a global nuclear war. The sooner America attacks, the more difficult it will be for Red China and Red Russia to launch false flag attacks the US and our allies under the pretense that these are North Korean attacks. If we do not immediately begin to treat Red China and Red Russia as the existential threat and Bolshevik regimes that they are, we will not survive.

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Putin

INTERVIEW: Putin’s Reign Of Terror

This is ONE OF THE BEST interviews we have ever posted when it comes to explaining who Putin is and what the end goal is all about. It is a shame that there are still people out there who allow Communist brainwashing propaganda to take over their power of reasoning. This happens because they have no historical knowledge of how Communism really works, otherwise, they would not be that easily brainwashed into believing so many lies.

We have not yet read Bjerknes book ‘Putin’s Reign of Terror’ but judging from the interview, it sure sounds like a must-read. Anatoliy Golitsyn warned the world about what was coming in his book ‘New Lies for Old’. WHY DON’T WE SPEND OUR TIME READING HIM AND OTHERS instead of following the media that WE ALL KNOW IS CONTROLLED on both sides? We MUST listen to what history and those who know the regime tell us! 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2fr7VpMRLo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3W9owIVBrs

 

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INTERVIEW: Ken O’Keefe – North Korea Is All Smoke And Mirrors

Ken O’Keefe fooled us once, if you do a simple search on our website you will see that we used to praise him, but NOT ANYMORE! He is an absolute TRAITOR. He knows that Russian Television is state owned and they are using him to destroy the west, as you can see, he is on frequently. What he is stating is all true, but he always ‘fails’ to expose the FACT that The United States was infiltrated by those same ones who are hosting him on their television channel to speak against his own country. The problem is NOT the US but the International Communist Jewish Bankers who are ruling the entire world with their main base of operations in Russia. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qIGEblAPTA

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