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U.S. Vows to Intercept any North Korean Missiles Fired on Allies

by John Galt August 17, 2017 18:45 ET As everyone thought the North Korean crisis was on the back burner as world markets tremble and Barcelona shakes from another Islamist terror attack, the Defense Department unloads with this story tonight to wake up the Asian markets (via Yonhap News, South Korea): Mattis vows ‘immediate, specific’ actions to intercept N.K. missile Woah. As the pot-bellied one has decided to disappear back into his man-cave full of porn and God knows what else (I don’t want to know) now the Trump administration is…

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08.15 War Update: Brief Skirmish Between Chinese and Indian Forces in Disputed Border Region

by John Galt August 15, 2017 20:00 ET As North Korea begins to cool down, now the conflict fires up between China and India in the disputed area in Jammu and Kashmir on the North Bank of the Pangong Lake. From India Today earlier this morning: This has been downplayed by both sides as the article below from the Hindustan Times indicates: Indian troops foil China’s incursion attempt in Ladakh, minor injuries on both sides after stone-pelting Excerpted: Indian troops on Tuesday foiled two incursion bids by the Chinese in Jammu…


Did the Russians Just Remove their Diplomats from North Korea?

by John Galt August 13, 2017 20:55 ET In what would appear to be a possibly disturbing development, a civilian flight was just tracked by the Twitter user CivMilAir departing Pyongyang, North Korea to Vladivostok, Russia: Airborne from Pyongyang #NorthKorea heading to Vladivostok #Russia – Air Koryo Tu204 P633 JS271 https://t.co/mFAa89O4WA pic.twitter.com/ZzhMdtbX4k — CivMilAir ✈ 🚁 (@CivMilAir) August 14, 2017 Speculation on the web that this is the Russian diplomatic staff which if verified, would be a most disturbing development following the story I posted earlier about the warnings from the…


China Threatens U.S. if Pre-Emptive Strike Against North Korea Occurs

by John Galt August 10, 2017 21:45 ET Nothing like watching a Chinese People’s Liberation Army hell march video to remind everyone that they have the largest military in the world. The superpower race has shifted thanks to globalist ambitions over the last forty years thanks to the major nuclear powers ceding the actual dying over to subsidiary client nations whether they wanted to fight for those powers or not. Tonight in the Global Times of China, an official organ of the Chinese Communist Party, the following editorial appears which clearly…


Tonight Radio Australia Shortwave Shut Down, Ceding the Pacific to China

by John Galt January 30, 2017 21:40ET A little over 45 years ago, a young boy found his Mom and Dad’s portable radio and started to play with it. On this radio, he found a band marked “SW” and started to listen. After asking his dad about it, he had a little bit better understanding, and even more so when his dad purchased a Radio Shack book on Shortwave radio listening. One of the first stations that I heard was one Radio Australia, early one morning with just an earphone and…


The ATM of Today is the Phone Booth of Tomorrow

by John Galt January 26, 2017 22:05 ET Remember when everyone said that Bitcoin was going to be the defying act of independence as a digital currency which replaces every global currency? Did anyone really think that the world’s central banks were not going to go down without a fight? Uh, no. Last night that was exposed on these pages when the People’s Bank of China shocked the world: BREAKING NEWS: People’s Bank of China First Central Bank to Issue Digital Currency The PBOC is the science lab for an experiment…


BREAKING NEWS: People’s Bank of China First Central Bank to Issue Digital Currency

by John Galt January 25, 2017 20:25 ET Tonight the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) became the first large national central bank to announce that they would issue a digital currency. Via Caixan tonight: PBOC Set to Be First to Issue Digital Currency The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) completed a successful trial run of a digital bank acceptance exchange, moving closer to becoming the first central bank in the world to issue its own digital currency. According to sources from the PBOC, the central bank on Dec. 15 completed the…


The Chinese Banking Problem is Sending Major Warning Signs

by John Galt January 8, 2017 17:10 ET Bloomberg sent the first warning signal on December 27, 2016 with this article: No Happy New Year in China as Currency, Liquidity Fears Loom And this excerpt was a major hint as to why: “You have Chinese New Year quite early, and because of that one-month window, most of the banks will try to lock the money in a three-month cycle,” said Arthur Lau, Hong Kong-based head of Asia ex-Japan fixed income at PineBridge Investments. “The current situation in the bond market is…


Pathetic Commielib Electors Proclaim Trump can not be President due to Climate Change

by John Galt December 14, 2016 19:30 ET The leftwingnuts have yet to surrender as apparently President-Elect Trump’s opposition to their position on Climate Change, I kid you not, is enough to disqualify him from becoming President and want votes for him blocked by a Federal Court. From KOMO, Seattle: Two Washington state electors have filed a lawsuit in an effort to keep Donald Trump from becoming the next U.S. president. P. Bret Chiafalo and Levi Guerra filed the suit in Federal Court on Dec. 8, hoping to overturn a state…


China Taunts Japan Again with 8 Planes Flying by Okinawa Near Disputed Territory

by John Galt September 25, 2016 20:30 ET Earlier today, the Chinese government used their joint naval exercise with the Russian Navy to send a message to Japan by flying 8 aircraft into the disputed region around Okinawa and the Senkaku Islands. Needless to say the Japanese media exhibited the government’s displeasure (via NHK): 8 Chinese military planes fly off Okinawa Japanese defense officials say 8 Chinese military planes flew off Okinawa, southern Japan, on Sunday, going back and forth between the East China Sea and the Pacific. They say fighters…


The Japanese People Want a Harder Stance Towards China

by John Galt August 28, 2016 17:50 ET The American people continue to slumber through their summer of heat, discontent, and insane politics while the rest of the world appears to be posturing for a major war. The Senkaku Islands dispute heated up recently when the Chinese sent hundreds of fishing vessels with Coast Guard escorts into the disputed waters. This had the intended effect of illustrating that the United States was impotent in this affair and that the Japanese government would not act or react without America’s tacit approval. Last…


If China’s Big Mama’s are Buying Precious Metals, Why Aren’t YOU?

by John Galt July 17, 2016 21:45 ET The “Big Mothers” in China are buying gold in much larger quantities because they expect global instability and currency rate disruptions No, no, no, not that Big Mama, more like the women shopping here: The truth is astonishing as this story tonight from the South China Morning Post reveals: Hong Kong hits the jackpot as mainland China’s ‘Big mothers’ hoard gold amid troubled times Excerpt: Chinese customs data released last week showed imports from Hong Kong to the mainland increased in May mainly…


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