North Korea: The Reason Why

BATTLEFORWORLD – October 23, 2017: Besides panicking the financial markets to generate US Dollars, the main reason for North Korea Kim Jung-un saga is to pressure China, to support – in other words, to handover total control to the United States and England regarding the new financial system pending, for the US to dominate as they have done with the petrodollar as the world’s financial currency.

As the United States keep pressuring China to support the US new financial system, and as China keep resisting, the North Korean narrative with Kim Jung-un missile launching behavior will be hyped up more and more, until some type of conflict breaks out, which is in the interest of the United States to create problems in Asia for China and Russia.

Just like Saddam, Gaddafi, Assad; Venezuela, Brazil, Cuba, Yugoslavia, Vietnam, etc., these ongoing narratives are geopolitical, but when the news media report about them, it is as if these narratives are just stories happening naturally, when in truth, they are geopolitically manufactured episodes with some sort of foreign policy purpose in mind, that the general public is unaware of.

China is not going to give in to the United States under pressure, and so the general public must expect erratic things to happen all over the world, because all sorts of vices are at play implementing all sorts of dynamics.

The timeline marker for some type of response from China to the United States, is 2020 and some few years beyond. Things are going to become very military from the US side, with threats, because the US believes that it is important for it to control the new financial system.

Forecast from the years of 2000 and 2016: Trump will not be able to solve anything. And he will spend, spend and spend. He might even be elected to a second term. And most importantly, Trump will undo much of the Globalists dream for a World Government. Bankrupt! And then after, the very first female president of the United States might be elected, a Democrat. She will break the tradition of marriage, because she will be unmarried. A nice humble lady, thrown to feuding Americans, to try and solve what is to be at that time, an economic mess of great proportions. She too won’t be able to solve nothing for America and will become a beggar. She will beg Russia, China, Germany, etc., and in the end they will turn their backs as things in the United States become chaotic – way of life, everything.

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[ If the United States attacks first and tries to overthrow North Korea’s government China will stop them The Gift (North Korea) That Keeps On Giving – MARKETS EXHALE – Dow drops 150 points as North Korea tensions lingerSen. Chuck Schumer says North Korea is “testing” President Donald Trump – (BATTLEFORWORLD: The Ruling Elites want to see how far they can push Trump, because China is the “big one”, according to Lindsey Williams, as told to him by his elite friends. And that is because the United States is trying to pull China away from Russia.) | Show More

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The Reason Behind The United States Mischief With North Korea – America-China Financial Wars

BATTLEFORWORLD – April 29, 2017 (updated August 13, 2017): Why is the United States being mischievous in South East Asia? Well, the truth is that Donald Trump during his US presidential campaign was very vocal leading up to the election, saying that it was always about China, China, China, but after the election he realized that China did not swallow the bait in the way that he had anticipated. And so Trump has decided (or rather the Ruling Elites have decided for him in foreign policy) to move onto North Korea, Iran and Syria, starting war conflicts and bellicose fearmongering, to panic the holders of US Dollars back into the United States Treasury Bond Market, to keep the interest rate low, so that the financial Ruling Elites can continue their Ponzi scheme (Wall Street speculative bubble markets, etc.). This is the United States cleaver way of earning ghost money…into the treasury to continue with business as usual.

China and Russia are well aware of what is going on, and that the United States is a big paper tiger. And so China and Russia will at some future time bring their gold plan online (and this is the pending endgame) to neutralize the US mischief making of terrifying others into supporting their dollar Ponzi scheme at the barrel of a gun.

And so people, do not fall for the news media fearmongering campaign about Kim Jong-un of North Korea itching to start nuclear war. Because the United States is very scared to start World War III, and it knows that if it does, a catastrophic earthshaking moment awaits.

Max Keiser (10:58mins into the video): The question is, with all that issuance, how come that there is not more of inflation (in the United States)? And the answer is that, when the United States create their trillions of dollars worth of debt, they also LINK IT TO ACTS OF FOREIGN POLICY AGGRESSION, to scare people out of other economies into the U.S. Dollar Security, like the U.S. Treasury Bond. This is why the U.S. invaded Iraq, (wanting) to bomb North Korea perhaps; this is why the U.S. is hostile toward Iran… They (the U.S.) want to get all these dollars that are overseas (to) PANIC into coming into dollars, coming back into the U.S., to keep the U.S. Treasury Rates low. And with low interest rates you can issue more debt, more debt, more debt, etc. Link: Read Complete Article

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The Invasion Of North Korea By The United States

BATTLEFORWORLD – October 16, 2017: The invasion of North Korea by the United States using Kim Jong-un missile-launching behavior as pretext. And China and Russia won’t sit idly by as this happens. When the US invades North Korea, it is going to try and take as much land area as possible using all sorts of tricks. Another geopolitical war that will end up badly and prolonged like that of Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen, etc. Link: Read Complete Article

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[ Wildfires, Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Floods – Nature Disorder All Over The World | Jimmy Carter Expresses Readiness To Travel To North Korea For Peace Talks ]

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German Expert Warns Of Imminent Collapse Of US Dollar

SPUTNIKNEWS – October 12, 2017: Financial expert Ernst Wolff gives Sputnik a taster of his new book, which warns that dependence on the financial industry and the US dollar has created a “financial tsunami,” the consequences of which the world is wholly unprepared for.

Financial expert Ernst Wolff, author of a bestselling analysis of the International Monetary Fund‘s “modern day crusade against the working people on five continents,” has turned his attention to the global financial system in his latest book.

Wolff sees the financial system at risk of imminent collapse and likens it to a “Financial Tsunami” which threatens to take us all by surprise, leaving devastation in its wake.

In a taster of the book’s contents, he told Sputnik Deutschland that the US-based financial industry has been on “life support” since the 2008 crisis and its prognosis “doesn’t look good.”

“The patient is about 75 years old. Our financial system was founded in in Bretton Woods, USA in 1944. The patient is in great difficulty because in 1998 and a second time in 2007/2008, he almost died. Since this second crisis, he has only been kept alive artificially. The financial system is lying in the intensive care unit.” Link:Read Complete Article

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Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Prevent Trump From Preemptive Strike on North Korea

SPUTNIKNEWS – October 27, 2017: Over 60 US representatives and senators have introduced a bill that would prevent US President Donald Trump from launching a preemptive attack on North Korea without securing Congressional approval beforehand.

The elegant and creatively named “No Unconstitutional Strike Against North Korea Act of 2017” would prohibit any executive funds from being used to strike the DPRK without the approval of Congress, according to a press release from Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee.

The bill would, however, make an exception if the strike was made to repel a sudden attack, to defend American allies in the region or to protect or rescue US personnel. Fifty-nine of the 61 co-sponsors are Democrats; only two Republican co-sponsors, Reps Thomas Massie (KY) and Walter Jones (NC), have signed on.

The bicameral bill was authored by Conyers as well as Sen. Edward Markey (D-MA) — both US military veterans — with the 88-year-old Conyers being one of two Korean War veterans currently serving in Congress. “As a veteran of the Korean War, I am ashamed that our commander in chief is conducting himself in a reckless manner that endangers our troops stationed in South Korea and our regional allies,” Conyers said in the press release.

“That is why Congress is standing up today to ensure that this administration understands that the Constitution does not permit military attacks without congressional approval.”

Instead, the bill calls for Trump and the White House to pursue a diplomatic resolution to the current crisis on the Korean Peninsula, which has seen an increasingly tense series of military buildups and exercises, as well as North Korean missile and nuclear tests.

The flames have been stoked by Trump’s belligerent rhetoric, such as when, in a speech before the UN General Assembly, he threatened to “totally destroy North Korea” if the communist country attacked the US or its allies.

On Twitter, Trump wrote that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un “won’t be around much longer,” and in an August press conference Trump vowed to meet any future North Korean threats with “fire and fury the likes of which the world has never seen.”

“During the campaign,” Conyers said, “people feared a President Trump with the power to initiate a nuclear conflict — less than a year later, those fears are far too close to being realized. Trump must immediately cease talk of pre-emptive war and commit to the diplomatic path advocated by both American experts and the South Korean government.”

The flames have been stoked by Trump’s belligerent rhetoric, such as when, in a speech before the UN General Assembly, he threatened to “totally destroy North Korea” if the communist country attacked the US or its allies.

On Twitter, Trump wrote that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un “won’t be around much longer,” and in an August press conference Trump vowed to meet any future North Korean threats with “fire and fury the likes of which the world has never seen.”

“During the campaign,” Conyers said, “people feared a President Trump with the power to initiate a nuclear conflict — less than a year later, those fears are far too close to being realized. Trump must immediately cease talk of pre-emptive war and commit to the diplomatic path advocated by both American experts and the South Korean government.” Link:Read Complete Article

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Pentagon Head Calls For ‘Peaceful Resolution’ With North Korea

SPUTNIKNEWS – October 27, 2017: US Defense Secretary James Mattis played the role of diplomat during a trip to Thailand this week, calling for peace on the Korean Peninsula.

“Do we have military options in defense if we’re attacked, [or if] our allies are attacked? Of course we do. But everyone is out for a peaceful resolution,” Mattis said Thursday. The US is not “rushing to war” with North Korea despite Pyongyang’s continued nuclear weapons and ballistic missile development programs, the Marine Corps general noted.

North Korea conducted its six nuclear test this year and continues to refine its ballistic missile technology through a series of missile launches.

Mattis met with Thai officials Thursday after attending a meeting with defense officials from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) the day before, Agence France-Presse reports.

The Pentagon chief’s comments contrast starkly with US President Donald Trump’s threats directed at the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). “Sorry, but only one thing will work!” the president tweeted October 7. “Our country has been unsuccessfully dealing with North Korea for 25 years.”

Trump’s attacks on “Rocket Man” Kim Jong-un have reportedly caused Pyongyang to shut down diplomatic channels with Washington at almost the exact moment when Mattis has called for keeping “efforts firmly in the diplomatic lane for resolution.”

Experts have estimated that a conflict on the Korean Peninsula wouldn’t come close to resembling the wars in Iraq, Libya or Afghanistan, in which the casualty lists were relatively one-sided and spread out — a UN report in January 2006 estimated that after three years of war and insurgency, 34,000 Iraqi civilians had been killed. By contrast, as many as 20,000 South Koreans would die per day, according to US Defense Department estimates. Link: Read Complete Article

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