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It is Not Just North Korea but Asia that is in US Crosshairs

Imagine that you lead the US deep state, and you are observing the real-time flow of Western technology, industry and next-generation skills to the East with alarm. How will you reverse this trend with one master stroke and temporarily staunch the decline of Pax Americana? Mathew Maavak, 19:58 25.04.2017 A rapid socio-economic meltdown across Asia might produce this hypothetical outcome, and this is where the current North Korean “crisis” may provide an opening gambit. Amidst “rising tensions” on the Korean Peninsula – while South Koreans are concerned with noodles, not nukes – the United States has pre-emptively decided what is best for the region. But the US war machinery is vacillating for good reasons and is unable to get its narrative and geography right. On April 11, President Donald J. Trump supposedly despatched an “armada” to counter North Korean provocations, right after striking Syria. Yet the “armada” led by the USS Vinson was discovered drifting in the opposite direction …


Are North Korea and Russia as dangerous as the media is suggesting? 
The number of conspiracy stories in mainstream media has been on the rise recently with stories such as North Korea launching an EMP attack on the United States, Russia planning an invasion of Canada, meddling with the Brexit vote and the U.S elections.
While many of these ideas have been floated around due to the recent release of the Wikileaks vault 7, the mainstream media seems to have taken to publishing these stories that they might once have ignored due to a seeming attitude shift of the general public of late. 
This change in public perception had left many people a lot less trusting of government agencies and establishments which might once have been able to cover up the truth when it suited them. 
Albeit not all of the recent stories are necessarily anything to worry about. 
In reality, North Korea lacks both the will and the technology to launch any kind of attack on the United States, despite their const…

Massive Explosion Reported Near Damascus International Airport In Syria

In what is believed, but has not been confirmed, to be an Israeli air strike, moments ago the area around the Damascus International Airport in Syria was rocked by at least one massive explosion. View image on Twitter Armies And Weapons@ArmiesWeapons Explosion around  airport now 3:19 AM - 27 Apr 2017


In a ‘Crocodile Dundee-esque’ show of “that’s not a nuclear missile… this is a nuclear missile” one-upmanship, US military personnel will test fire the deadly (unarmed) Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile between 12:01 and 6:01 a.m. tonight from the north end of the Vandenberg Air Force Base near Lompoc in California. Click to see the full-size image Col John Moss, 30th Space Wing commander, will oversee the launch of the long range missile, saying: “Team V is once again ready to work with Air Force Global Strike Command to successfully launch another Minuteman III missile. These Minuteman launches are essential to verify the status of our national nuclear force and to demonstrate our national nuclear capabilities. We are proud of our long history in partnering with the men and women of the 576th Flight Test Squadron to execute these missions for the nation.” Additionally, as The Daily Star reports, after President Trump branded North Korea “a real threat to the world,” C…