North Korea backed down Monday from a threat to fire missiles at the U.S. territory of Guam, according to a North Korean state media report cited by the Wall Street Journal.Add a comment
Some 3.5 million more people are registered to vote in the U.S. than are alive among America’s adult citizens. Such staggering inaccuracy is an engraved invitation to voter fraud. All Americans need to ask themselves a very important question. Who really runs this country? Supposedly the answer is us, which is what we’ve been told our entire lives. But that’s becoming increasingly hard to believe as time goes on.Add a comment
UPDATED 8:00 PM EDT (SEE BOTTOM) -- US satellites see North Korean mobile missile launcher movement, intermediate ballistic missile launch prep possible.Add a comment
This story was intentionally delayed by six hours. Online feeds which allow users worldwide to monitor Air Traffic Control radio transmissions from Andersen Air Force Base in GUAM, were suddenly taken OFFLINE at 8:30 eastern US time Monday. Some people believed this was a sign the US was launching air strikes upon North Korea.Add a comment
President Trump is preparing to order an investigation into Chinese trade practices TODAY, according to NBC. Politico confirms that Trump is ready to launch a new trade crackdown on China, citing an administration official, a step that Trump delayed two weeks ago under the guidance of his new Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly, but now appears imminent. It is also an escalation which most analysts agree will launch a trade war between Washington and Beijing.Add a comment
What more needs to be said than the ad for "Actors" shown above, which appeared on Craig's List 6 Days BEFORE the event?Add a comment
A very strange development in North Korea. Their official state airline Air Koyro, has TWO aircraft flying at the same time. This never happens. One flight is heading to Beijing, China. The other to Vladivostok, Russia.Add a comment
We in the United States are in GRAVE DANGER from North Korea. I cannot emphasize this enough. Based upon already demonstrated capabilities, they can literally "make good" on every one of their threats. It is a matter of life and death that you have these facts.
From 1993 through 2008, I, Hal Turner, worked with the FBI. In my final five years, 2003-2008, with its Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF).
In that work, I met many colleagues in various other federal agencies, whose specialties ranged from conventional explosives, to Nuclear, Biological, and Radiological Weaponry.
With all the "trash-talk" taking place regarding North Korea, I wanted to cut-through the nonsense and get the real scoop. I spoke to over a dozen of my former colleagues in the FBI, at CIA, at NSA and in the Dept. of Defense (DoD). Below is the no-nonsense analysis based upon verified and publicized information.
Be afraid, America. Be VERY Afraid. Included in this article are ways you can prepare. Don't wait. Your life may depend on it.Add a comment
On August 23, there will be an Emergency All-Sector Response Transnational Hazard Exercise called EarthEX2017, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, FEMA and the EIS Council. The exercise will include widespread power outages with no solution, critical decisions, assessments, actions and cross-sector coordination, with the final phase being a “Lessons Imagined” assessment and feedback.
The mission of EarthEx2017 is to “improve community resilience to large scale, long duration power outages through multi-sector exercises.”Add a comment
New Delhi raised India's military alerts level as a "matter of caution." The level in question is known as "no war, no peace," and instructs soldiers to take defensive positions. A standoff between China and India along the Doklam Plateau has shown no signs of de-escalating, as India continues to bolster its strength and increase operational readiness along the border. The two countries have a long-running border dispute and it appears they're getting ready to settle the dispute by war.Add a comment