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WAR DRUMS: China Blames Japan for the Hague Decision on the South China Sea

by John Galt July 18, 2016 21:00 ET Normally I would not give much credence to an editorial in the People’s Daily from China, however since this is the official public organ of the Chinese Communist Party it is crucial to understand the war drums that are beginning to pound louder by the minute after the decision by the Hague on China’s interests in the East and South China Sea. First the editorial from the People’s Daily this morning which indicates who is to blame for the controversy and China’s beliefs…


The Ultimate Guide to the Doom and Destruction for the Rest of 2015 Part 2: World War

by John Galt July 27, 2015 21:40 ET 2. World War III World War III appears to be on the horizon with some postings around the internet speculating it could start in the magic time frame of September or October of this year. Of course, I have warned what would happen if there was an outbreak of war between the United States, Russia, and China. But this could pale in comparison to everything else which the United States and world as a whole could endure before this year ends. The unfortunate…


East Asian Waters to have NO US Aircraft Carriers for Several Months in 2015

by John Galt December 4, 2014 23:15 ET Welcome back to 1931 boys and girls. The United States Navy, the best passenger liner for our brave and beloved USMC, is currently only operating two aircraft carriers on active duty in the entire world: USS Carl Vinson – Supporting operations against ISIS from the Persian Gulf USS John C Stennis – Just deported its home port in Washington State That’s right, you are not going insane or losing your eyesight as there are no carriers in the Med, none in the Atlantic,…


The North Korean Purge Could Start a Regional War

  by John Galt December  17, 2013 05:30 ET The recent execution of Kim Jong Un’s uncle several days ago has far greater implications than just the regional distrust which has now been expanded from Beijing to Tokyo; it is of such a dramatic shift in policy that indeed, the threat of a rapid, decisive, regional war could begin without warning. How severe is the concern in South Korea? Watch the following video via Reuters posted at the PBS website on the story to get a clue and see if this…


If Fukushima is Secured, then why is Japan Looking for an alternate Capital?

  by John Galt July 20, 2012 19:55 ET   The story from the business website Nikkei.com spells out without saying it just how severe the alleged ongoing radiation leaks from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster really is:   Osaka, Sapporo Eyed As Standby Capital After ‘Big One’   (Excerpted-Click on the link above to read the full story) TOKYO (Nikkei)–A Cabinet Office council has proposed five cities — Osaka, Sapporo, Sendai, Nagoya and Fukuoka — to replace Tokyo as the seat of government should an earthquake knock out the capital….


India and Japan to Establish Joint Defense Action Plan and Hold Military Exercises

  by John Galt June 5, 2012 22:30 ET   The world must not have enough instability. Of course if one asks the Chinese think about the headline above, their furor at the full story has yet to be revealed in their Communist Party newspapers. The cover for these exercises is practice for future operations in the Gulf of Aden to repel piracy in the Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea. The story from the Business Standard seems innocent enough (click on title to read it in full):   India, Japan to…


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