On December 7, 1941, a date which President Franklin Roosevelt said "will live in infamy" military forces from the Empire of Japan launched attacks against the United States at Pearl Harbor Hawaii. Over two thousand Americans were killed.
The attack came after SANCTIONS, imposed by the United States, had driven the Japanese into the ground economically, leaving them with only two choices: Fold and comply with US Demands, or attack the entity which had done so much economic harm to them. Japan chose to attack, thus bringing the United States into World War 2.
With protesters planning to converge in the Elysee Palace in Paris on Saturday, French authorities are preparing to deploy 8,000 additional officers in Paris and 89,000 nationwide.
While Emmanuel Macron’s government has abandoned a controversial fuel tax hike, thousands of protesters are still planning on marching on the presidential residence on Saturday. Calls have been made to attack parliamentarians and police forces, French media report.
“Saturday will be the final outcome,” Yellow Vest spokesman Eric Drouet said on Thursday. “Saturday is the Elysee, we all would like to go to the Elysee.”
Protests and riots in France are worsening and today, elements of the French Army are being seen deploying toward Paris.
Earlier this week, Police in France's capital city called for the Army, saying the protests and riots have become "a Revolution."
The arrest of a top Chinese technology executive by Canadian authorities acting at the behest of the United States is threatening to upend the Trump administration’s efforts to sustain a trade truce with China.
The Russian military has announced that any nation housing US medium and short-range nuclear missiles will be targeted by Russia and fired upon in the event of a major war.
Astonishing news is breaking Thursday out of Ukraine. According to Former government representative Alesky Zhuravko, the order for Ukraine Navy boats to deliberately provoke and engage Russian naval forces in the Kerch Strait, came from the U.S. Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine!
More . . . The order from the Embassy was given to Ukrainian President Porochenko, who personally delivered it to the men who undertook the mission, telling them they were being given extra ammunition and to "shoot to the last bullet" when they engaged the Russians.