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Article posted  by: White Nation correspondent Adelaide AUS  August 10   2017






THE infamous hacktivist group Anonymous has released a chilling new video (below) — urging people across the globe to “prepare” for World War 3 — as the US and North Korea continue to move “strategic pieces into place” for battle.“All the signs of a looming war on the Korean peninsula are surfacing,” the group says in the ominous six-minute clip, posted on YouTube over the weekend.





Using their signature “Guy Fawkes “ character, the hackers make several claims about recent military movements in the region — and alleged warnings made by Japan and South Korea about imminent nuclear attacks from the North — as they deliver their frightening prophecy. “Watching as each country moves strategic pieces into place,” the organization says, in its notorious robotic voice. “But unlike past world wars, although there will be ground troops, the battle is likely to be fierce, brutal and quick. It will also be globally devastating, both on environmental and economical levels.”

According to Anonymous, President Trump’s test of the Minuteman 3 intercontinental ballistic missile last week — coupled with a recent warning from Japanese officials to citizens, telling them to make preparations for a possible nuclear attack — are ultimately proof that all signs are pointing to a major conflict between the US and North Korea.

In addition, China reportedly has urged its citizens in the Hermit Kingdom to return home as tensions continue to escalate over their nuclear weapons program. “This is a real war with real global consequences,” the group explains. “With three superpowers drawn into the mix, other nations will be coerced into choosing sides, so what do the chess pieces look like so far?” Anonymous — described online as a global network of hackers, intent on spreading “facts the government doesn’t want you to know” — claims the US and South Korea have been working together to keep the peace in the region, along with China and the Philippines, but their pleas have fallen “on deaf ears.”

They claim that the Trump administration has also been working closely with the Australians, sending a rotational deployment of more than 1,000 US troops to the country, along with a large fleet of military aircraft. Australia is ultimately considered a “strategic location in the Indian Ocean,” Anonymous says. “The citizen will be the last to know, so it is important to understand what the other nations are doing,” the group states, citing China’s warning last week to its people in the North. “The pragmatic Chinese, it seems, are starting to lose their patience.”

Another surefire sign that war is imminent, according to Anonymous, is the recent talks between President Trump and Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte. The pair spoke a little over a week ago to discuss the situation with North Korea and other regional security threats. A readout later claimed that relations between the two countries were “heading in a very positive direction.” “When President Trump starts reaching out to those like President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines to assure they are on the same page, one must start to wonder,” Anonymous says in the video. “However, even Duterte has advised the US to back away from Kim Jong Un.”

The group concludes the video with an eerie message for those watching around the world. “Prepare for what comes next,” they say. “We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget.”

If the Chinese or anyone else imagined that the sanctions resolution recently passed by the UN Security Council would calm tensions in the Korean Peninsula, they must by now be disabused of that illusion. Though there have been no tests by North Korea since the UN Security Council vote – whether of ballistic missiles or nuclear weapons – the rhetoric instead of calming down has become heated.  Moreover for once it is Washington rather than Pyongyang that has taken the initiative in the war of words.

Thus after days of unwise bragging by President Trump about the UN Security Council resolution – which he claims (wrongly) to have sponsored, and which – to their intense irritation – he has “thanked” the Chinese and Russians for – we have had first President Trump’s “fire and fury” comment – which by the way looks  calculated rather than spontaneous – and an almost equally belligerent statement from the US’s Defense Secretary General Mattis. By now it should be obvious that there is nothing that delights the North Korean leadership more than calling the US’s bluff, so their response – wild and reckless threats of a missile demonstration around the US’s base in Guam – was exactly as might have been expected.

The US in turn is now responding by leaking plans of its best of bad options” – attacking North Korea with its B1 bombers – even as everyone acknowledges that such a step is more likely to provoke North Korea than deter it. It is difficult to discern much method in these actions, but on the assumption that the US has not entirely taken leave of its senses and that there is some thinking behind what it is saying and doing, it is possible to explain them in one of two ways

(1) President Trump and his administration have convinced themselves that it really was their threats and bluster which got the Chinese to agree to the sanctions resolution – even though that is certainly wrong – and that this has emboldened them to raise the temperature further in the belief that by doing so this will increase pressure the Chinese to give them more;

(2) President Trump and his administration have been spooked by the report from the Defense Intelligence Agency – uncorroborated though that is, and based on sources we can only guess – that North Korea’s ballistic missile and nuclear weapons program has advanced much faster than expected, so that North Korea really does now have the capability to strike the US, and are overreacting to this news. Of course these two explanations are not mutually exclusive, but on balance  is that the more likely of the two – or the more important of the two – is (2).

Regardless, what is clear is that the Chinese are becoming increasingly exasperated and angry about this escalation of the rhetoric coming from Washington.  That this is so is confirmed by commentaries which have in China’s official media, notably the People’s Daily and Global TimesTurning first to Global Times, an editorial there makes the obvious point that the US can never win a shouting match with North Korea for the simple reason that whilst every threat North Korea makes is immediately transmitted to the people of the US, the North Korean government’s total control of information means that the North Korean people will only hear of US threats against their country if the North Korean governments wants them to. The US can’t usually gain the upper hand in this war of words, as Pyongyang chooses whatever wording it likes, and what Washington says may not be heard by North Korean society. But US opinion has paid great attention to everything North Korea says.

The People’s Daily then made crystal clear China’s total opposition to US military action against North Korea. However, the bottom line on the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula is that there must not be any armed conflict there. There is no room for any related party to play with fire on the issue. Exercising restraint is needed for making responsible choices to ensure peace, particularly at a moment approaching crisis. In truth it is little short of incredible that the military option against North Korea – a country which is now a nuclear power – is even being discussed.   Even some of Washington’s staunchest media allies understand its utter folly.  Here for example is what the London Times has to say about it in an editorial published today

“If it really came to a pre-emptive US strike against Pyongyang, it is South Korea that would feel most of the fire and fury. North Korea has heavy artillery within shooting distance of Seoul, home to 25 million people. Despite the general anxiety about Kim’s intentions, it would be difficult indeed for the White House to sustain regional support for a US-led war.

An all-out attack on North Korea would certainly bring the country to its knees, given the overwhelming firepower of the US. The costs in civilian lives and the squandering of trust in the US in the region and across the world would make it a pyrrhic victory and an extraordinary tragedy. The other military option of limited punitive non-nuclear strikes every time Kim tests a missile would merely escalate the conflict without stopping the dictator. Attempting to topple the regime from within is, given Kim’s tight grip on the security machine, unlikely to succeed.”

The People’s Daily then goes on to point out that it is US intransigence – specifically the US’s failure to abide by the agreements it reached with Pyongyang in the 1990s, and its refusal to negotiate with North Korea since then – which have brought the present situation about It is fact that the DPRK missile and nuclear programs stalled during bilateral and multilateral talks, but multiplied over the past nine years since the six-party talks came to grinding halt, during which the United States sought to pressure and sanction Pyongyang.

Global Times for its part makes the point that all the threats and sanctions the US has thrown at North Korea have failed to prevent or even slow down its ballistic missile and nuclear weapons program. Since 2006 when North Korea conducted the first nuclear test, the US and North Korea have been engaged in a longstanding battle of wills. As North Korea’s nuclear and missile technologies develop, it is more difficult for the US to win the battle over North Korea. Washington has underestimated Pyongyang’s disregard for all the prices it has to pay in its pursuit of nuclear weapons and missiles. Yet despite the dismal failure of this approach, the US still persists with it, still expecting in the face of all experience that will time succeed. However, Washington only wants to heighten the sanctions and military threats against Pyongyang, which is adding fuel to the flames. The North Korean nuclear issue is heading toward confrontation. More and more analysts tend to believe that no matter what warnings the US sends or however tough the UN Security Council sanctions are, there is little possibility of Pyongyang stopping its missile launches.

Both Global Times and the People’s Daily then point to the only feasible solution to the crisis: the resumption of direct talks between North Korea and the US.  Both however make the point that in order for these talks to succeed the US must bring itself to acknowledge North Korea’s security concerns.

Here is how Global Times puts it:

North Korea has almost been completely isolated by the outside world. Under such extreme circumstances, Pyongyang will weigh all its possible options. Washington should stimulate Pyongyang’s desire to engage with the outside world and return to the international community.Now it is time the US seriously responds to North Korea’s concerns for national security.”

Whilst the more authoritative People’s Daily goes further and expresses itself in more detail, setting out clearly the nature of North Korea’s security concerns and the North Korean realities the US must accept the Untied States, it should commit itself to realizing the fundamentals it has recently reiterated on the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula, including seeking no regime change in the DPRK nor a speedy Korean reunification. It is advised that Washington, Seoul and Pyongyang take into serious consideration China’s proposal that they start from addressing their pressing security concerns to build up mutual trust, effectively paving the way for restoring talks.

The People’s Daily also restates what China sees as the essential precondition for the success of any talk Pyongyang should suspend its ballistic missile and nuclear programs while Washington and Seoul suspend their joint military drills. The alternative is a drift towards armed confrontation in which North Korea is outmatched by the US but arguably has far less to lose.  Here is how Global Times explains it:

“Despite overwhelming strength of the US, Pyongyang can risk everything if there is a showdown between it and Washington. The US should avoid such a scenario and it needn’t feel disgraced because of it. “(bold italics added)

To the Chinese all this must seem so obvious that they are probably baffled by the US leaders’ inability to understand it even when it is so patiently spelt out for them. Like the Russians the Chinese – highly realistic and rational people that they are – probability find it difficult to understand how the constant need to appear “strong” and “tough” drives the actions of US politicians, even when those actions lead to results which are totally – and predictably – disastrous for the US.

The simple fact is that no-one loses an election in the US because they are perceived to be “strong” and “tough”, -or wins an election when they are perceived to be “weak” and “soft”, – and that fact is enough to precondition the US to seek confrontation rather than compromise. One however senses in these commentaries that Chinese patience with the US is now wearing extremely thin.  With the Chinese perhaps sensing that opinion in East Asia is turning against Washington on the Korean issue, Chinese willingness t0 go on working with Washington on the Korean issue may be near its end point. 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.

Washington DC– that secret Jesuit private state within the United States- being controlled from Britain- has a long history of being responsible for creating world wars. Every war is mega bucks- for someone has to supply the oil, war material, medicine, uniforms, weaponry and much more. This is BIG business- and as with the two previous world wars and many conflicts afterwards especially in the Middle East- you can follow the money-line back which will lead you directly to the British/American oligarchs- the only ones benefiting from other people’s misery. As with the unnecessary war in Vietnam where the American government was supporting South Vietnam with troops and war material all while the CIA again was supplying American weapons to the North Vietnamese- so will it be with the two Koreas again.

The oligarchs are making huge profits supplying BOTH sides of the conflict they themselves created- like for instance ISIS which is a CIA/MOSSAD created terrorist group. The biggest terrorist organizations are specifically the intelligence networks of these globalists. That is why Trump per se have not spoken out or acted decisively against ISIS as yet. He secretly forms part of the oil plundering in the Middle East which still sells oil for dollars. That is why Ghadaffi and Hussain had to be eliminated as they were about to stop selling oil for dollars and start selling it for their own currency. The Middle East war and Bush’s “weapons of mass destruction” all was a false flag operation to protect the stolen assets of the globalist oligarchs. They became a threat to the American dollar.

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Trump per se is not that innocent  little “Red Riding Hood” and the North Koreans the “Big bad wolf” as the media try to convince you. North Korea possesses rich mineral deposits. Whenever a country possess mineral riches- the Jesuit vultures will be there- overthrowing any “rebellious”  government- like the case with Libya, Iraq and South Africa- and replace it with their own front-men. Trump surrounded himself with Jews as advisers, his son in law is a Jew, he declared his undying support for Israel- but never mentioned a word of white nationalism for America. So- where does that place him? – Trump is a Jew supporter- and we all know the history of the Jews and their world domination agenda...now don’t we? After the disastrous reign of the “bad wolf “ Obama regime which made many Americans rebellious- Trump was quickly instated as the “good” shepherd” to unite and  lead the naive rebellious American population BACK to the globalist dynasty. 

America needs to be “cleansed” again from all these “rebellious” people that stood up against the globalists such as McCaine. AGAIN there will be a world war- a war that AGAIN will wipe out most of the new generation Alpha males on the battlefront that currently protect America and enforce discipline. This AGAIN will leave the pansy Beta males “back home” to take  control of America-  and to spawn the next generation of pink liberal undisciplined twerps to rule our society. Because the weaker Beta males tend to lean towards feminism– this will cause America to produce a generation of weakling “ activists”-  rather than fighters and protectors of it’s gates and it’s morality. Trump is the “chosen one” to bring that war to America to wipe out America’s Alpha males in order to weaken it’s defenses. If you want to raid a house- at first take out the strong man protecting it. This is precisely why wars are created. To lure the “strong man” to the battle field- then afterwards raid his home.(or country)  This all is part of the Jesuit world domination program.Trump is their Ace to present America again as “ready and willing” to follow the “masters.” 


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ALL the so-called “world-leaders ” are working together to finalize their “plan” in exterminating all the “strong men” in their respective countries. They all belong to secret societies such as the global Free Masons. This then makes it so much easier to take control of the countries-  and appoint all their chosen Beta males into powerful positions to serve their masters in the “New World Order.” Trump – as with all the previous Jesuit puppets- are again playing second fiddle to his masters in London and Tel Aviv. That a war will be erupting soon is no conspiracy theory. The power hungry Jesuits has spoken- the bank accounts being readied- and the millions of pounds awaited to be raked in again on the blood of innocent people and brainwashed soldiers. Only time will tell when one or the other maniac will push the first button to start the third world apocalypse to wipe out those Alpha males again.



SOURCE: White Nation