Friday, March 10, 2017

China Warns U.S. And N Korea Racing Towards Head-On Collision, U.S. Sends B-52 Bombers To S Korea

China Warns US And North Korea Racing Towards A "Head-On Collision"

The fact that Kim and NKorea have threatened to nuke America, our allies in Europe and our military bases over and over and over again over the last several years shows us that this madman may one day attempt to do so. And knowing that he has the ABILITY to carry out such a nuclear strike, especially the EMP strike that Dr. Pry and Ambassador Woolsey warn us about that could send America back to the 'dark ages', should be reason enough for NKorea to be considered America's 'public enemy #1'. And meanwhile, the MSM, Democrats and Neocons still push for war with Russia. 

While China recently proposed a deal to ease tensions over NKorea missile tests, warning the two sides may be approaching a 'head-on collision', the Wall Street Journal had previously reported that "NKorea mocked China for dancing to the US tune". And as Dr. Pry previously reported in a story on ANP, the US surely can't rely upon China to put pressure on Kim and NKorea, especially considering China's state-run-TV had run a broadcast depicting a Chinese nuclear strike upon America as recently as January of 2017. 

The stakes for America are extremely high in the Pacific region with our Pacific Missile Range Facility at Barking Sands in Hawaii the 'cerebral cortex' of the region along with Pearl Harbor. As this 2015 study from the Congressional Research Service states, Hawaii, South Korea and Japan make up a sort of 'iron triangle' in the Pacific region for US defense, and NKorea can now strike all three. The US military also has a missile defense facility in Guam that is said to 'help the locals sleep well at night' but is also well within range of NKorean missiles. 

DONALD Trump is reportedly planning to send nuclear bombers to the Korean peninsula as tensions in the region reach breaking point.
North Korea and the US have been teetering on the brink of war for months after Kim Jong-un carried out a series of controversial missile launches.

Earlier this week, trigger-happy Kim pushed his luck once more when he fired off four ballistic missiles into the seas near Japan.
Now US military chiefs are reportedly planning to fly in B-1 and B-52 bombers – built to carry nuclear bombs – to show America has had enough, according to the Korea Times.

Beijing has called on the US to stop its hacking practices against China and other countries, following a WikiLeaks release which reportedly exposes the CIA’s extensive hacking capabilities and lists Chinese routers as targets.

“We urge the US side to stop listening in, monitoring, stealing secrets and internet hacking against China and other countries,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said during a Thursday news conference, as cited by Reuters.

It comes after the Vault 7 publication released by WikiLeaks on Tuesday listed routers supplied by Chinese vendors Huawei and ZTE as targets of CIA hacking, along with Taiwanese supplier Zyxel.
The release reportedly reveals details of the CIA’s “global covert hacking program,” including “weaponized exploits” used in company products, including “Apple’s iPhone, Google’s Android and Microsoft’s Windows and even Samsung TVs, which are turned into covert microphones.”

After six years of constant conflict between the great powers in and around Syria, the US, Russia and Turkish military leaders have gathered in Antalya, Turkey to discuss how best to coordinate their operation to drive the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham/Levant (ISIS/ISL) from Raqqa. Discussions also include operations in Iraq. Some are calling this summit a potential game changer, but that really depends on whether the new game is any improvement to the situation. 

This high-level meeting included General Staff, Turkish Chief of General Staff Gen. Hulusi Akar, Russian Chief of General Staff Gen. Valery Gerasimov, and Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford.

According to one Turkish official, speaking on condition of anonymity, the results of this trilateral meeting “could change the whole picture” in Syria. Will it be a change for the better? That all depends of course, on the sincerity of Turkey, who, since the very beginning of this conflict in 2011, has been the number one facilitator for the war across its southern border, by allowing its country to provide safe haven to tens of thousands of terrorist fighters, as well as maintaining continuous supply lines in and out of Syria. For nearly six years, Turkey has allowed its border city of Gaziantep to be used as the main ISIS supply center for terrorist commerce, including the trafficking of stolen goods, antiques – and also children and human organs too. It’s also the central terrorist hub for ‘opposition fighters’ – a place for recruiting, housing, training, dispatching and providing medical triage for terrorists wounded in Syria. All this has been done under the watchful eye and supervision of NATO member state Turkey. A number of dubious western-funded ‘NGOs’ like the White Helmets are based in Gaziantep. Likewise, the joint US-NATO military facility at Incirlik Air Base is nearby, which has been used for various special training, equipping and deployment operations involving ‘rebel’ fighters. Without Turkey’s facilitation in these matters, the Syrian War might have ended years ago, with countless lives saved.

To back up Defense Secretary “Mad Dog” Mattis’ warning last month, that the U.S. “remains steadfast in its commitment” to its allies, President Donald Trump is sending B-1 and B-52 bombers to Korea.
Some 300,000 South Korean and 15,000 U.S. troops have begun their annual Foal Eagle joint war exercises that run through April.
It is Kim Jong Un – 33-year-old grandson of that Stalinist state’s founding father, who launched the first Korean War – who brought on this confrontation.
In February, Kim’s half-brother was assassinated in Malaysia in a VX nerve agent attack, and five of Kim’s security officials were executed with anti-aircraft guns. Monday, Kim launched four missiles toward U.S. bases, with three landing in the Sea of Japan.
U.S. response: Begin immediate deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense missile shield in Korea.
This set off alarms in China. For while THAAD cannot shoot down Scuds on the DMZ, its radar can detect missile launches inside China, thereby, says Beijing, imperiling her deterrent. 
For accepting THAAD, China has imposed sanctions on Seoul, and promised the U.S. a commensurate strategic response. 
Minister Wang’s proposal for resolving the crisis: The U.S. and Seoul cancel the exercises and North Korea suspends the nuclear and missile tests.

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