North Korea: Fake "Generals". . . Fake Army . . . Fake Leader

North Korea is quite possibly the single most foolish nation on earth.  They have not engaged in Military Conflict with anyone for the 64 years since the Korean War ended.  So how did their "Generals" earn all those Medals?   Fake Medals on Fake Generals of a Fake Country with a rag-tag army.

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UN Security Council Approves Blistering New Sanctions Against North Korea

 The UN Security Council on Saturday unanimously adopted a US-drafted resolution that significantly strengthened sanctions on North Korea, with a ban on exports aimed at depriving Pyongyang of $1 billion in annual revenue.  Even China voted "Yes."

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U.S. Gov't Begins Running "Ominous" Ads Telling Americans to plan for Disaster

Eerie and scary Public Service Announcements have begun airing on American TV networks and they've caught the attention of people who are wondering WHY the government is choosing to run them NOW instead of next month (September) which is National Preparedness Month?  Some folks I spoke to think the government already knows something terrible is on its way.    Despite being a month early, these ominous TV commercials are now being run on Cable and regular TV warning Americans to "Have a plan" for disaster . . . and some of the commercials are downright eerie.

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McMaster: U.S. Preparing for Preventive War with North Korea; Which then immediately broadcasts 11 minute Coded Message to Sleeper Cells worldwide ! ! ! !

U.S. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster has publicly announced the United States is preparing for a "preventive war" against North Korea!  

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Eastern Canada suffers Hours-Long Credit/Debit Card, ATM & Communications Systems Outage

 For thousands of Nova Scotians, Friday was the day their phones went silent.

A damaged fibreoptic line in Quebec put parts east in digital darkness as mobile phone, text and data service was interrupted for more than four hours starting Friday morning. The outages primarily affected customers on the Bell network, including Bell, Telus, Virgin and Koodo.

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