In this new story over at The Hill that the Drudge Report linked to on Saturday morning they report that North Korea has promised to continue preparing for 'pre-emptive attacks with nuclear force' in the face of what they call 'US blackmail' due to both US war drills with South Korea and economic sanctions recently levied against the 'hermit kingdom'.
While top Russian diplomat Oleg Burmistrov recently warned that the world is now facing the potential of 'war worse than any other in human history'according to this new story over at the Daily Star, he also warns the potential of the world accidentally 'slipping into the apocalypse' is growing every day as also heard in the final video below from Evangelist Dina Amelia Kalmeta.
The situation on the Korean Peninsula is characterised by an unprecedented level of tension, there is a growing danger of slipping into an armed conflict, unprovoked, but which may begin due to accidental circumstances.
Why might some be betting against America in a coming war with North Korea? As we hear in the very interesting first video below, as also shared in this Washington Post story saved over at Archive.is, if North Korea were to launch a nuclear attack against us, our $40 billion system designed to destroy such a missile is largely unproven.
In 18 practice target launches since 1999, targets have only been hit 10 times. Called the 'Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) system', should this 'work in progress' fail only once to hit an inbound North Korean ICBM, as it has failed to destroy dummy warheads, we could immediately enter a 'lights out' scenario in America. As their video reports, the GMD system has a track record that might keep us up at night as there is no proof we'll be able to intercept incoming NKorean missiles.
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse — Pestilence, War, Famine and Death — gallop through the Book of Revelation, and they’ve put in plenty of grim appearances elsewhere. Lately they’ve stabled their mounts in North Korea, where, having starved millions, a grisly dynasty preaches war, while developing not only nukes but diseases as weapons.
North Korea isn’t a country, it’s a death cult.
While definitely not fans of 'wars for the enrichment of the corporate-military-industrial complex' here at ANP, as we've previously reported in numerous stories here, North Korea is quite the different beast than Iraq, Syria, Egypt, etc.
"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.
Should the US and President Trump not take military action against NKorea and they launch a pre-emptive attack against us that takes down our electrical grid, this time period will go down in history as the start of the 'great culling', an EMP likely pushing America towards Deagel's 54 million population figure. Should President Trump launch a pre-emptive attack against North Korea, China and Russia will likely jump in to back North Korea as they've previously promised to do and we'd have World War 3 battle lines drawn.
And back in the 1990's, we have absolute proof that they had at least 5 commando terror squads here in America, prepared to attack US nuclear power plants and American cities should war have broken out back then. How many more such terror squads are on US soil now? As we reported in that December 27th story, should war break out between the US and North Korea, they potentially could 'shut down' America within days with a series of bioweapons attacks against us.
As the Guardian reported earlier in December, we may be running out of time to prevent a devastating war with the Guardian story also putting the time we have left at likely only 3 months, also aiming at March of 2018.
And while we here at ANP hate to put potential dates upon possible future events that are totally out of our control, the fact that so many are now pointing towards that 3 month window lends even more credibility to that date period.
With the world now hurtling towards war, we'll argue again right here, should President Trump be able to keep America out of war while somehow disarming North Korea so that their nuclear weapons are no longer a threat to the US in the future, he should win a Nobel Peace prize. And remember, Barack Obama won one - for doing absolutely nothing!
Should one of the worst case scenarios play out, as we see excerpted from this story at Natural News, many of our first responders have never had the kind of training needed to deal with such an attack, and many would just stay home.
Researchers from the University of Georgia recently found that the majority of U.S. first responders have received no training in how to deal with the aftereffects of a nuclear attack, and that many are so frightened of radiation that they would be unwilling to assist in the event of such a disaster.
Shockingly, more than 50 percent of the respondents admitted that they had never received any special training in how to deal with a nuclear crisis. As a result, many were poorly informed, for example, believing that the greatest need for treatment in the aftermath of a nuclear attack would be for thermal burns, when in reality, most injuries in this type of situation are lacerations.
This lack of knowledge would leave personnel ill-prepared and under-resourced in the event of a nuclear disaster.
Another disturbing truth revealed by the survey was that a nuclear bomb would make many respondents “unwilling to come to work.” Survey participants were more terrified of a nuclear disaster than any other crisis, including a chemical or biological disaster.