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Are The Globalists Moving Forward With Their One World Currency Agenda?

  • X22Report Published on Nov 16, 2017
    The report is out the Obamacare signups are those who already had Obamacare they are renewing, the new signups are nonexistent. Al Franken is caught groping and kissing a women without her permission. FBI information identity revealed in the Clinton Uranium One scandal. After Trumps meeting with China, China is now sending a diplomat to NK for talks. Israel and Saudi Arabia pushing an event in Iran using Lebanon as a proxy. Are the globalists pushing the agenda for a one world currency?  The cabal using cyber attacks to convince the world this is why the economic system is going to crash.


November 17, 2017 Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Jim Rickards: War with North Korea Likely in a Matter of Months

  • Jim Rickards: War with North Korea Likely in a Matter of Months
    President Trump is wrapping up his historic visit to Asia today. Trump’s journey is the longest overseas trip of his presidency and the longest Asian visit of any president in 25 years.

    After a stopover in Hawaii, Trump proceeded to Japan, where he met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe, and then to South Korea where he met with President Moon Jae-in.

    The capstone of the trip was Trump’s arrival on Nov. 8 in Beijing for meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Trump then headed for Vietnam late in the week and is concluding meetings in the Philippines today.

    Much of the reporting on this trip has involved international trade, but it’s a mistake to focus on that. This trip was a prewar gathering of allies (Japan and South Korea) and potential allies (China) in a last-ditch struggle to head off a hot war with North Korea, led by the reckless Kim Jong Un. At this point, there are only four possible outcomes of the U.S.-North Korea confrontation over nuclear weapons:

    1. Kim Jung Un stands down and gives up his nuclear weapons program.
    2. The U.S. and China combine forces to decapitate the Kim dynasty and force regime change in North Korea.
    3. Preventive attack on North Korea by the U.S. before March 20, 2018.
    4. The U.S. accepts a nuclear-armed North Korea and relies on containment and deterrence to constrain its actions.

    Based on public statements of U.S. officials, my recent meetings in Washington with the director of the CIA and the national security adviser and other sources, I estimate the degree distribution of those possible outcomes as follows:

    * Kim stands down: 10%
    * Regime change: 20%
    * War: 70%
    * U.S. lives with nuclear North Korea: 0%.

    Trump’s visits to Japan and South Korea were about leaving the door open to negotiations in the hope that Kim would stand down while also preparing for war. Trump’s visit to China was about asking for assistance in regime change.

    Xi is unlikely to agree to help the U.S. in this regard. This means war. Instead, Trump and Xi no doubt discussed China’s “red lines” in North Korea so that a war between the U.S. and North Korea does not escalate into a war with China.

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November 14, 2017 Posted by | GeoPolitics | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Pope Francis Gathering World Leaders for Global Peace Conference at Vatican to Save World from Nuclear Disaster

  • Pope Francis Gathering World Leaders for Global Peace Conference at Vatican to Save World from Nuclear Disaster
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    Russia is sending a top nuclear expert, and NATO’s deputy secretary general, Rose Gottemoeller, is scheduled to speak. China and North Korea have been invited, but organisers said they do not know if the countries would send representatives as they do not have diplomatic relations.


    “And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH.” Revelation 17:5 (KJV)

     Pope Francis likes to act like a king more than he likes being a pope, and it’s no wonder. Revelation says that the beast of the ‘whore of Babylon’ will indeed be a global king, albeit for only a short time.

    The US President
    , currently on a tour of Asia, said this week that the North Korean regime should “never underestimate” America’s military might by continuing in its drive for a vast nuclear arsenal. Among those attending the meeting are UN and NATO officials — as well as 11 Nobel Peace Prize winners.

    Monsignor Silvano Tomasi, a conference organiser, admitted foreign policy analysts believe it is “pie in the sky” to think it could have an impact. But he added: “I think it’s very important to alert public opinion that the presence in the world of thousands of atomic bombs doesn’t guarantee the security of anyone.”

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From: Vintage ‘Trees’ music video. All humanity forming a pyramid worshipping, welcoming the Satanic capstone! The Anti-Christ, the bringer of false peace, the white horseman of Revelation 6 ! The completion of the New World Order project, in a world wrecked by global wars, collapse and chaos!

Who owns the world reserve currency, the dollar, the global monetary hegemony? Look at the Satanic capstone on your dollar bill. The Luciferian New World Order will be complete with the arrival of the Satanic capstone: the Anti-Christ, fake messiah, bringer of false peace, the white horseman of Revelation 6!


November 13, 2017 Posted by | EndTimes, GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Is North Korea Just a Smokescreen? The Real Target is China

  • Is North Korea Just a Smokescreen? The Real Target is China
    by Bryce McBride,
    Is Korea just a smokescreen?
    In my last article (Sticking the arson charge on a couple of patsies) I questioned why North Korea’s nuclear program was attracting such attention from the United States. North Korea is a very poor and backwards country whose bellicosity reflects the regime’s need for an external enemy like the United States to galvanize domestic support. Attacking America and its allies in the region is the last thing North Korea’s leaders would want to do as such an attack would guarantee an American response that would be sure to destroy their lives, their government and the lives of millions of innocent Korean civilians.

    However, this month I was made aware of another possible reason for the attention being paid to North Korea and its nuclear program. What if the escalating tensions over Korea are just a smokescreen intended to legitimize an American military buildup in the region aimed at intimidating China?

    In 2011, former U.S. President Barack Obama announced a change in U.S. foreign policy that was termed a ‘Pivot to Asia.’ The official thinking was that as China and the emerging countries of South-East Asia gained in economic importance, it made sense to devote more military and diplomatic attention to the region while reducing the attention paid to Europe and the Middle East.

    Of course, observers also saw the pivot as a response to the rising economic, political and military power of a resurgent China. Just as the U.S. sought to contain the Soviet Union during the Cold War with a string of encircling alliances and economic agreements, so America today seeks to keep China in check through military alliances with East Asian countries like Japan, South Korea and Taiwan and trade agreements such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

    Chinese leaders acutely resent continued American dominance in a region they consider their own backyard. However, they are not reckless and do not seek to engage in a potentially catastrophic military confrontation. Instead, they have spent the past few years establishing institutions and agreements which, taken together, will displace the U.S. dollar from the centre of the global financial system. Empire is expensive. Just as the British were forced to decolonize in the 1960s once the pound lost its reserve currency status in the years following World War II, so too will the demise of the dollar force American retreat from global (and, most importantly for the Chinese, East Asian) hegemony.

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November 9, 2017 Posted by | GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

‘Best Military Equipment’: Trump Pushes for More Arms in Asia Amid N. Korean Crisis

  • RT Published on Nov 7, 2017
    Donald Trump is in South Korea on the second stop of his Asia tour and he’s once again stressed the need to buy American made arms. Some are even asking if he’s sticking to exactly the same script from country to country.

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November 8, 2017 Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Ground Invasion of N. Korea ‘Only Way’ to Secure Its Nukes with Certainty – Pentagon

  • Ground Invasion of N. Korea ‘Only Way’ to Secure Its Nukes with Certainty – Pentagon
    A ground invasion of North Korea is the only way to eliminate its nuclear weapon sites in case of war, while Pyongyang might respond with chemical and biological weapons, a top Pentagon official said in a letter to US lawmakers.

    In a document that sheds light on a possible scenario in case of war with North Korea, the Pentagon has offered its vision. Such a conflict could prompt the reclusive state to use chemical (CW) and biological weapons, employing CW agents with the help of conventional munitions, including artillery and ballistic missiles, Rear Admiral Michael J. Dumont, vice director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, wrote in response to the letter from Representatives Ted Lieu (D-CA) and Ruben Gallego (D-AZ).

    “The only way to ‘locate and destroy – with complete certainty – all components of North Korea’s nuclear weapons program’ is through a ground invasion,”
     Dumont wrote.

    Even calculating the best- or worst-case casualty estimates is challenging, he added. North Korea has “a long-standing chemical weapons program with the capability to produce nerve, blister, blood and choking agents,” Dumont said.

    The letter sent in response to a request from the two representatives for details regarding casualty assessments in a possible conflict with Pyongyang, and the prevention of its retaliation, points out that the Pentagon is continually evaluating North Korea’s capacity to attack Japan, Guam, and South Korea – Seoul in particular – with long-range artillery, rockets, and ballistic missiles.

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November 6, 2017 Posted by | GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

US Launches Worldwide Nuclear War Drill with Bombers, Missiles

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  • US Launches Worldwide Nuclear War Drill with Bombers, Missiles
    American forces are conducting a nuclear war drill called “Global Thunder” involving nuclear-capable missiles and bombers amid rising tensions with North Korea.

    United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) has described the secretive worldwide annual drill, which began on Tuesday, as preparing their forces for “wherever they are needed,” Daily Star Online reported.

    The Pentagon has not released many details about the exercise, but its mission statement is to prepare the American nuclear command center for war. The drill comes as the US is threatening to launch a military strike against North Korea with Russia and China warning against any such attack.

    Moscow has spoken out over the drill, saying, “Russia’s nuclear potential significantly outstrips that of the US.”

    According to reports, US forces are expected to practice first strike and missile defense exercises during the drill. America’s B-52 Stratofortresses and B-2 bombers conducted strike missions during the last year’s drill.

    “These exercises achieve the vision of a unified team, integrating all the capabilities of US Strategic Command across the globe wherever and whenever needed,” US Air Force General John Hyten said. “We need to integrate our strategic capabilities in order to deliver multi-domain effects against any adversary, anywhere in the world, at any time,” he added.

    According to reports the administration of US President Donald Trump is working on a new nuclear weapons policy that would end the post-Cold War disarmament and allow Washington to expand its arsenal.

    Trump and his top national security advisers discussed the matter in September at the White House, where the first draft of the new Nuclear Posture Review (NPR) was presented.

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November 4, 2017 Posted by | GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Chinese Strategic Warplanes Regularly Practice Bombing Guam

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November 3, 2017 Posted by | GeoPolitics | , , , | Leave a comment

US War Games Involving Nukes Are Insane

  • PressTV News Videos Published on Oct 31, 2017
    The US war games involving nuclear weaponry — amid rising tensions with North Korea — are absolutely insane, says Scott Rickard, a former American intelligence linguist and political analyst from Orlando. American forces are conducting a nuclear war drill called “Global Thunder” involving nuclear-capable missiles and bombers amid rising tensions with North Korea. United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) has described the secretive worldwide annual drill, which began on Tuesday, as preparing their forces for “wherever they are needed,” Daily Star Online reported. The Pentagon has not released many details about the exercise, but its mission statement is to prepare the American nuclear command center for war. In an interview with Press TV on Tuesday, Rickard said the US nuclear exercises are “really antagonizing the North Korean government and people. This is really unprecedented in the history of the world.”

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November 2, 2017 Posted by | GeoPolitics | , , , , | Leave a comment

China Has Practiced Bombing Runs On Guam

  • China Has Practiced Bombing Runs On Guam
    by Tyler Durden,
    Just as President Donald Trump is preparing to embark on a nearly two-week tour of Asia – his first since taking office – where he is expected to discuss, among other topics, the regional threat posed by North Korea, Defense News is reporting that China has reportedly been conducting bombing drills targeting the US territory of Guam.

    Reports of China’s aggressive expansion of its air force – an attempt to exert its dominance over contested territories in the South China and East China seas – were relayed by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford during a briefing with reporters.

    China “is very much the long-term challenge in the region,” Dunford said.
    “When we look at the capabilities China is developing, we’ve got to make sure we maintain the ability to meet our alliance commitments in the Pacific.”

    The notion that both North Korea and China have threatened Guam, either explicitly or tacitly, speaks to the fact that China is the biggest threat to US security in the Pacific, nuclear standoff with North Korea notwithstanding, Dunford said.

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November 2, 2017 Posted by | GeoPolitics | , , , | Leave a comment

‘Be Ready’: VP Pence Warns on DPRK as Nuclear-Equipped B-52 Readiness Expanded

A KC-135 Stratotanker from RAF Mildenhall, England, refuels a B-52 Stratofortress from Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, in support of Operation Polar Roar over Scotland, Aug. 1, 2016 © © U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Kate Thornton

  • ‘Be Ready’: VP Pence Warns on DPRK as Nuclear-Equipped B-52 Readiness Expanded
    Only a few days before US President Donald Trump’s November visit to South Korea, Vice-President Mike Pence warned US troops to “be ready” as the Pentagon moves quickly to upgrade its aging B-52 nuclear-equipped bombers.

    “Now, more than ever, your commander in chief is depending on you to be ready,” Pence said during a speech to assembled United States Air Force (USAF) duty personnel at North Dakota’s Minot Air Force Base, host to at least 26 B-52 bombers and an estimated 150 intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) launch sites.

    As the continuing threat posed by the People’s Democratic Republic of Korea (DPRK) nuclear-weapons development has become the central focus of Trump administration foreign policy, lawmakers and military brass have tightened protocols, focused resources and continuously issued warnings of US readiness to engage in nuclear war, if Washington feels that it is threatened militarily.

    During a recent visit to Louisiana’s Barksdale Air Force Base — home of the 2nd Bomb Wing and the Air Force Global Strike Command — USAF chief of staff, General David Goldfein, asserted that moves had been made to upgrade the nuclear-equipped B-52 Cold War-era bomber, going so far as to allude that a 24-hour state of readiness would soon be ordered — a move not seen since the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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October 31, 2017 Posted by | GeoPolitics | , , , | Leave a comment

US Won’t Stop Drills with South Korea Due to ‘Counter-Provocations on Both Sides’

  • RT America Published on Oct 24, 2017
    The fifth set of military drills between the US, South Korea and Japan this year are underway amid increased tensions between Washington and Pyongyang, as President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ratchet up the rhetoric about nuclear war. Peter Kuznick, director of the Nuclear Studies Institute at American University, explains to RT America’s Ashlee Banks why North Korea views the exercises as provocative.


October 25, 2017 Posted by | GeoPolitics | , , , | Leave a comment

Japan Sounds Alarm On “Unprecedented, Critical And Imminent” Threat From North Korea

  • Japan Sounds Alarm On “Unprecedented, Critical And Imminent” Threat From North Korea
    by Tyler Durden,
    Following the landslide victory by Prime Minister Abe in Japan’s Sunday elections, which left his ruling coalition with a supermajority allowing him to change Japan’s constitution, Abe wasted no time in signalling a push towards his long-held goal of revising Japan’s post-war, pacifist constitution, however as Reuters reported earlier, Abe would “need to convince a divided public to succeed.” Parties in favor of amending the U.S.-drafted charter won nearly 80% of the seats in Sunday’s lower house election, leaving the small, new Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan (CDPJ) as the biggest group opposed to Abe’s proposed changes. Still, Abe claimed he wanted to get other parties on board, including Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike’s new conservative Party of Hope, and was not insisting on a target of changing the constitution by 2020 that he floated this year.

    Yet, despite Abe’s soothing vision, just one day after the election Japan was already setting the groundwork for creating the strawman that would be needed to get public support largely behind Abe’s militant venture.

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October 24, 2017 Posted by | GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The IMF Lays Out The Global Financial Crash Scenario

  • X22Report Published on Oct 22, 2017
    China’s government is going to start purchasing residential real estate to manage the housing bubble. Hidden in the IMF report is the passage that explains how the IMF is going to handle the global financial crisis. Italy is looking to hold a referendum. Spain fight back and invokes article 155. NK nuclear site might not be able to handle another test. Russia says that the IAEA does not have the authority to visit military site in Iran. Tillerson says that Iranian militias must leave Iraq because the US has designated them as terrorists groups. US backed militias capture another IS oil field.


October 24, 2017 Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

War Games on Korean Peninsula Escalate US-DPRK Tensions

  • RT America Published on Oct 23, 2017
    The US is flexing its military muscle on the Korean Peninsula, sending the USS Ronald Reagan strike group to South Korea. On top of participating in yet another set of naval war games, the Air Force flew two B-1B strategic bombers over Seoul Air Base for eight minutes, in what North Korea likely viewed as a threat. RT America’s Alex Mihailovich reports.


October 24, 2017 Posted by | GeoPolitics, Social Trends | , , , , , | Leave a comment