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.

And here’s an article from the New York Times: The Market Is Betting Trump Will Bring Higher Inflation and Interest Rates – “And on Wednesday, bond markets sent one signal loud and clear: The Trump years are likely to feature higher inflation and higher interest rates than have prevailed in recent years.” That is because during his election campaign he was backing out of foreign policy nation building war schemes, and that meant lots of monies would have dried up. President Obama continued the sham economic war policy and Hillary Clinton knew that she also would have to if elected; and what Trump was saying during the election campaign was not realistic with how the financial markets operate. And if Trump was to keep his promise about abandoning foreign wars and put America first (the people’s America), then he was not acting presidential. And that’s the reason why the corporate media gave him such a difficult time and will continue to do so if he decides not to follow the war path – hiding the collapsing US economy from the people.

And much of the financial markets in the West have become usurious into the realm of speculation, thief, etc. And economists who are aware knows that President Trump is not properly informed in this area and will have to be quickly updated that different rules (like fearmongering, war, hype, speculation, etc.) now drive major areas of the financial market.


BATTLEFORWORLD – Panic ending dates: April 29, 2017, August 15, 2017: Excitement, fanfare – hooray!!! The fearmongering has paid-off. Enough funds have been raised from the North Korean nuclear war fearmongering – for the United States government budget, but only for couple months. You can all go back to sleep now until the next fear drama.


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South Korea & United States finish military drills amid tensions on peninsula


SPUTNIKNEWS – July 7, 2017: The ‘Gift’ That Keeps on Giving: North Korea Hints at More Missile Launches.  Link: Read Article


WASHINGTONPOST – March 2, 2017: “If markets won’t buy a (i.e. U.S.) government’s bonds — or will only buy them in return for punitively high interest payments — then the (i.e. U.S.) government is in big trouble. A (i.e. the U.S.) government with a need to quickly refinance some of its outstanding debt (so that it doesn’t default) will find itself in even deeper trouble.”

“What happens if financial markets are no longer willing to buy bonds issued in dollars? In that case, the (i.e. U.S.) government has to find a way to generate dollars. (BATTLEFORWORLD: And so “financial Instruments” in the market has to be brought into a state of panic to generate dollars.) This can be difficult, especially if the country’s currency doesn’t buy as many dollars as it used to.”

“When investors are nervous, the U.S. government has to offer higher interest rates on Treasury bonds to persuade them to buy U.S. debt. This means either bigger fiscal deficits, or less money for the U.S. government to spend on other things.” (BATTLEFORWORLD: The United States and allies started stirring up the North Korean crisis in April, but preparations started in the spring of 2016 about Kim Jong-un nuclear capability.)

This is what will happen if financial markets panic about Trump


FORBES – October 1, 2013: The federal government’s fiscal year officially ended at midnight on September 30. …Whether this is a short-lived or long-lasting shutdown depends on the relative negotiating strength of the parties. During a government shutdown, essential government functions are still performed. …Social Security checks will still go out. The military will still operate. A government shutdown doesn’t really shut down the government. …Hitting the debt ceiling or running out of wiggle room for the Treasury does not mean the government has an increased risk of defaulting on the U.S. debt. Default is a technical term. (BATTLEFORWORLD: And the corporate media avoid using the word “default” and instead uses “shutdown”.)

Government Shutdown, Followed By Default? – Forbes


US government shutdown threat by President Trump

BATTLEFORWORLD – May 2, 2017: Just before the federal extension budget expires in October, President Trump has threatened to give the government a thorough shutdown. (BATTLEFORWORLD: And it did finally happened, for a few days, on January 19, 2018. More pending?)

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BATTLEFORWORLD – May 8, 2017: Another Kim Jong-un media showdown is being planned. The fearmongering is about him developing space capability to destroy United States Satellites with EMP (electro-magnetic pulse).


Anti-China Sanctions: The Real US Aim In Asia, and How Beijing Can Respond

SPUTNIKNEWS – August 1, 2017: The US media recently reported that Washington is “crafting a set of economic measures meant to punish China” for its inaction in stopping North Korea from building a nuclear weapon. Russian political analysts, however, explained what the real aim of the US is and how China could respond.

On Monday (July 31), the US-based magazine Politico reported that “President Donald Trump’s top advisers are huddling behind the scenes in a bid to craft a set of economic measures meant to punish China” for “not doing enough to stop North Korea from building a nuclear weapon.” Link: Read Article


Who Benefits From Mainstream Media Scaremongering Over US-North Korea Crisis

SPUTNIKNEWS – August 12, 2017: Commenting on the stepping up of warmongering rhetoric between the United States, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that the risk of a full-fledged war between Washington and Pyongyang is “very high,” warning, however, from whipping up hysteria.

(BATTLEFORWORLD: The Western allies fronted by the Rothschild-Bolshevik-Zionist…clique, do not want to hear peaceful solutions, and thus continue to push their aim until successful, using Gewalt [i.e. multiple ways to perpetrate subversive, force, violent, etc. actions]. Wars by the world-grubbing America until it destroys everything in the world, every which way. Also refer to page 1120 in the free PDF book “Silent Revolution Of Truth Compilation Edition“.)

Meanwhile, mainstream media continues to hype up frenzy over the North Korean problem. For example, British tabloid The Sun recently published a list of expert recommendations in preparation for a nuclear war. Moreover, Fox News reported on a surge in sales of bunker equipment in the US. Link: Read Article


Arms Stocks Soar While Trump, Kim Trade Threats

SPUTNIKNEWS – August 13, 2017: US President Trump’s tit-for-tat war of nuclear words with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is good for Wall Street. And, defense technology companies Textron, General Dynamics, L3 Technologies and Huntington Ingalls all notched gains, while weapons giants Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, and Lockheed Martin saw the highest stock valuation of their history, according to Defense One. Weapons builders and military equipment suppliers are an attractive investment, if you can stomach that your money comes from selling devices that are made specifically to kill people, according to Defense One. A recent Morgan Stanley analysis of weapons builders has suggested that stocks will rise. “[W]e expect this intense budget debate over the next few weeks and months to yield positive results,” asserted an L3 Technologies spokesperson only last month. “I believe that there is real interest and desire in additional [military] spending which will manifest itself in some more additional funding and budget for defense,” said General Dynamics CEO Phebe Novakovic. Link: Read Article


Moscow: Situation On Korean Peninsula Enacted As US Domestic Policy Map

SPUTNIKNEWS – August 14, 2017: The situation around the nuclear issue of the Korean Peninsula is being played out like an internal policy map of the United States, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said.

“You can see what is going on inside the United States, how big fight is going on there, and [the fight] is very lengthy, not in terms of the past but in terms of the future — [it is the fight] for the White House… It is necessary to escalate some story in the country, to speak about their potential steps, maybe, realize them subsequently. Obviously, the story around North Korea, the nuclear program of the Korean Peninsula as a whole, is now being enacted like a US internal policy map,” Zakharova said during a TV show at Rossiya 1 channel. Link: Read Article


North Korea Backs Off Guam Missile-Attack Threat

WSJ – August 15, 2017: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has decided not to launch a threatened missile attack on Guam, Pyongyang’s state media reported on Tuesday, but warned that he could change his mind “if the Yankees persist in their extremely dangerous reckless actions.” Link: Read Article


The United States Internal Policy War Room Is Behind All North Korea Attack Stories

BATTLEFORWORLD – August 15, 2017:  Do this, search Google…and Youtube for North Korea’s state media article or footage where Kim Jong-un says anything about attacking the United States or other countries. You won’t find any, because they do not exist. All these stories are coming from unreliable intelligence, like the Fake News about “Russia hacking the US election”. They are all lies crafted and fed to the media for hype-news reporting to “panic” the financial markets and the public. The western medias are headlining the story plots. Also, search for news videos from North Korea state TV on Youtube and see what they are mostly about. All this fear-mongering and panicking is being deliberately done by Western media. This is so shameful. And as the Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said, “the story around North Korea, the nuclear program of the Korean Peninsula as a whole, is now being enacted like a US internal policy map.”


Western Media Stories About North Korea Attacking The US Are All Lies

BATTLEFORWORLD – August 20, 2017: And the fear-mongering and the panicking of the public and the financial market continues. CNN and the Wall Street Journal are kicking off this latest edition of North Korea and Kim Jong-un scary-movie.

CNN: North Korea warns of ‘merciless strike’ ahead of US-SKorea drills and ‘Uncontrollable phase of nuclear war’… (BATTLEFORWORLD: The article refers to a “Rodong Sinmun” article, but there’s no link to the article for verification, and why not, because Rodong Sinmun has a website available in English. I guess the public is supposed to believe CNN? Go to the North Korean website Rodong Sinmun and try to verify the rhetoric coming from CNN.) Link: Read Article 

WSJ: Games begin… Link: Read Article

Reading the articles from both Western media sources you will notice that they are sensationalized. But why? Is it to incite fear and panic in Western readers? This can only be interpreted as acts of Gewalt. Very shameful and sadistic.



China Urges US To Withdraw Sanctions Against Its Companies Over North Korea

RT – August 23, 2017: Beijing has urged the US to drop the new batch of sanctions against Chinese companies and individuals, saying that the restrictions do not contribute to defusing the Korean standoff.

The sanctions were imposed by the US Treasury on Tuesday (August 22). They affect 16 mainly Chinese and Russian individuals and companies over alleged “support of the North Korean regime” and assisting Pyongyang in its nuclear and ballistic missile programs in violation of UN Security Council resolutions.

One of the Chinese companies hit by the new US sanctions, Dandong Rich Earth Trading Co., has firmly rejected the allegations of violating the UNSC resolutions. The US Treasury accused the company of purchasing vanadium ore from North Korea.

“Against this deplorable backdrop, statements by US representatives about a desire to stabilize bilateral ties sound highly unconvincing,” Ryabkov said in a statement on Tuesday (August 22).

Senior Russian Senator Andrey Klimov said that the sanctions lack legitimacy. “These sanctions are illegal in themselves, because the only thing recognized by international law is the sanctions of the UN Security Council,” Klimov told Interfax. “We must react in principle to this insane and confrontational policy. The toolbox is rich, let’s hope that we will act consistently, reasonably, professionally and effectively.” Link: Read Complete Article



References – Links:
[ 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



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. Show More

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


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


Putin: ‘Shrewd & mature North Korean leader has won this round’

RT – January 11, 2018: President Putin believes the one and only way out of the Korean crisis is dialogue, no matter how hard it may seem. The Russian leader gave his view while talking to a panel of Russian journalists.


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