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09.03 BREAKING NEWS: North Korea State TV Claims Test was Hydrogen Bomb

by John Galt September 3, 2017 07:35 ET The photograph displayed above was widely circulated throughout the international media as North Korean State TV (KCNA) claimed that this was their leader, Kim Jong Un inspecting a working hydrogen bomb which could be mounted on an ICBM. Apparently there is some validity to this claim this morning as highlighted by South Korea’s Yonhap News a few hours ago: N. Korea claims successful test of H-bomb for ICBM (excerpted) SEOUL, Sept. 3 (Yonhap) — North Korea said Sunday that it has successfully conducted…

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09.03 00:30 ET BREAKING NEWS: Large Nuclear Test in North Korea 6.3 Magnitude

by John Galt September 3, 2017 00:30 ET Effective immediately the rules have changed. Earlier today, the North Korean government claims they have developed a miniaturized hydrogen bomb which could be mounted on its missiles and used to attack U.S. targets and interests. From Yonhap News in South Korea: N.K. claims development of hydrogen bomb for ICBM North Korea claimed Sunday it has developed a hydrogen bomb that can be mounted on its new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), saying that it can produce as many powerful nuclear weapons as it wants….


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…


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…



November 13, 2016 World War 3: The U.N. Gambit

by John Galt August 21, 2016 03:00 ET I apologize for the pause in this ongoing blovel, however, I honestly thought and still think that by this time on Wednesday morning we may still face the possibility of a major conflict erupting should the Poroshenko government keep pressing the issue at the same time the Syrian and Russian Air Forces are bombing near United States Special Forces units inside of Syria. That being said, this story may become the exception versus the rule with the timing being incorrect, which I admit…


Some Disturbing Pieces of Intel Possibly Relating to Upcoming Russian-Ukraine War

by John Galt August 10, 2016 17:50 ET I don’t know if this is any indication of something wicked this way coming but this maritime traffic map indicated in the embedded Tweet seems to indicate a massive increase in supplies to Kerch in the Crimea which is the primary Russian military base on the east side of the Crimean Peninsula. Cargo and tanker transport into/out of Kerch,Taganrog and Rostov on Don looks like rush hour. Never seen so packed pic.twitter.com/oHX4WbVc1x — DWS Intel (@DWSIntel) August 10, 2016 If this is an…


November 12, 2016 WW3: Over There, Over There

by John Galt July 30, 2016 23:30 ET Ah yes, the joys of war in Europe. Think it can not happen again? This fictional account is to remind everyone just how close America and NATO are to engaging in a conflict it is neither ready for nor desires. While we brag about our whiz-bang technological advantage, there is a difference between starting a conflict with Russia and finishing it conventionally on their territory. Many a nation have tried to conquer the Russians and many have failed. Without the American public being…


November 11, 2016 WW3: The Brink of Insanity

by John Galt July 14, 2016 05:00 ET ALL OF THE CHARACTERS OTHER THAN POLITICAL LEADERS ARE FICTIONAL. ANY RESEMBLANCE OR DIRECT USAGE OF ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PERSONNEL IN THE STORY IS PURELY RANDOM AND BY COINCIDENCE. November 11, 2016 12:08 A.M. Eastern Time – The Oval Office “Mr. President,” the aide stuttered, “President Putin sends his regrets that he has not been in contact sooner, but he is flying back to Moscow from Siberia and would like to talk to you on the hotline directly at 6 o’clock in the morning,…


November 10, 2016 World War 3: “Remember the Maine”

by John Galt July 8, 2016 05:00 ET The following is a fictional blovel written in the same style as my last one, “The Day the Dollar Died.” Why this subject matter my readers might ask, and not a follow up to the economic survivalist fiction as before? Currently there is huge speculation that President Obama is doing everything in his power to tweak and provoke the Russian and Chinese dictatorships into taking offensive actions to justify a short conflict by the American regime for either profit or to stay in…


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