Tuesday, November 28, 2017

N Korea's 'Missile And Nuclear Gambit', Pagan War Goddess Statue Unveiled At UN,

North Korea Launches Ballistic Missile

The missile set a new record for altitude reached in space by a North Korean missile, US Defense Secretary James Mattis said Tuesday.

The missile's apogee was "higher, frankly, than any previous shot they have taken," Mattis told reporters.

North Korea has the capability to strike "everywhere in the world basically" with their ICBM technology developments, the Pentagon chief said. The missile flew at least 10 times higher in space than the orbit altitude of the International Space Station and could have a range of 6,500 miles if it had flown on a standard trajectory, according to Yonhap. The ISS orbits roughly 250 miles above earth. 

The missile is believed to have been an intercontinental ballistic missile, a Pentagon spokesman said Tuesday. The projectile traversed 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) before splashing down into the Sea of Japan. The South Korean military responded to the provocation by conducting a "precision strike" missile drill immediately afterward.

Earlier on November 28, Japanese and South Korean officials noticed an increase in radioactivity data suggesting another missile test might be imminent. "North Korea might launch a missile within the next few days," a Japanese government official told local media. Just hours later, their predictions provide correct. 
The Pentagon has assessed that the missile was launched from Sain Ni. Japanese broadcaster NHK reports that Japan's government believes the missile flew for 50 minutes and landed somewhere within the waters claimed as its exclusive economic zone.
US President Donald Trump was briefed on the launch while the projectile was still flying, the White House said. 

The launch marks the first time North Korea has provoked the US and regional nations since US President Donald Trump labelled Pyongyang a state sponsor of terrorism. South Korea, Japan and the US, however, seemed to continue military drills in the land and water surrounding the isolated nation during its testing pause.

The US and South Korean militaries are slated to hold more large scale military drills from December 4 through December 8. The drills will feature more than 230 allied aircraft swarming around the Korean peninsula. 

China and Russia have stepped up their own efforts to deter North Korea. Russia cannot accept Pyongyang's "missile and nuclear gambit," Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said November 24, since these programs violate United Nations Security Council resolutions. With China, Russia insists that Pyongyang follow through on the "implementation of other provisions of these resolutions that require the resumption of talks," Lavrov said.  

The same multinational group that recreated the Palmyra Victory Arch and sent it on a world tour has now recreated a statue of Athena, the Roman goddess of war, for an exhibit in the United Nations, an organization that claims to be working towards world peace but which one rabbi likens to modern-day paganism.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) officially inaugurated the Digital Archaeology Exhibition, “The Spirit in the Stone”, at the United Nations’ headquarters in New York City last Thursday. The UAE, the Italian mission to the UN, and the Institute of Digital Archaeology (IDA) cooperated in re-creating a statue of the Roman goddess Athena for the exhibit.

Today, at the @UN Headquarters in New York, we unveiled a historic artefact from Palmyra that was revived using advanced technology after being destroyed by extremists. This artefact would have been lost forever if not for the efforts of the UAE in saving humanity’s shared past pic.twitter.com/2q9WJAORyi

The original Athena statue stood in Palmyra, Syria, until it was destroyed by ISIS in 2015. The UAE announcement described the goddess as “synonymous with reason, refuge and the rule of law, all of the same values on which that historic institution was built,” but the statue depicts Athena in her classic pose grasping a spear, belying her prominent role as the Roman goddess of war.
It is also believed that the Roman goddess Athena was based on the earlier Mesopotamian goddess Ashera and was later incorporated into early Islam as al-Lāt, worshipped in Saudi Arabia as the consort of Allah mentioned in the Koran. This would be consistent with the statue’s history at the site in Palmyra, which was used as a temple by the Mesopotamians, Romans, and Muslims in succession.
Rabbi Elad Dokow, the head rabbi and lecturer at Israel’s Technion Institute of Technology, was not surprised that the United Nations would feature a display of pagan symbols. 
“There is currently an unmistakeable rise of paganism and idol worship in the world, more than any other religion, and it is naive to believe this display is disconnected from this phenomenon,” Rabbi Dokow told Breaking Israel News. “Paganism creates the ability for each man to create his own truth, as opposed to Judaism and Christianity, which state that there is an objective truth man must abide by. The UN, like paganism, is a place of subjective reality created by a vote.”
“What we are seeing in the world today is that every place Christianity grows weak, paganism and idolatry grow stronger, and where Christianity disappears, horrible things happen.”

When the Berlin wall fell, it was an “all of a sudden” phenomenon. The week before, there were no abundantly evident signs that such a monumental historical event was about to take place. This is how history often occurs: Slowly at first, then all at once.

Due to a multitude of factors — including the rise of independent journalism and the exposing of the failures of big government — the world is now poised for a cascading series of true revolutions involving everything from medicine to economics. The underlying conditions leading to these revolutions have been building for decades, often without any surface evidence of the tipping point that’s about to be tripped. Once these monumental changes take place, it will all seem obvious in retrospect, but looking forward from the present, it’s extremely difficult for most people to get past “normalcy bias” (which means they expect the future to be exactly like today).

We don’t know the underlying reason behind this expected social unrest, but it could be caused by numerous political or financial events such as the federal government declaring default on its own food stamp program (SNAP), or a devastating market correction that sends the economy into a downward spiral. Some people believe that mass arrests of corrupt local officials are on the horizon, and others believe that the armed left-wing groups like Antifa are planning an organized attempt at a “cultural revolution” rooted in communism ideology. Whatever the root cause, military contractors are getting the word that something big is about to go down. And remember: These contractors are ex-military, meaning that deploying them on the streets of America is not a violation of posse comitatus.

The fact that I’m hearing rumblings of such activity is a strong indicator that something massive is afoot — something that is known in advance. Perhaps it’s war with North Korea and the expectation of a nuclear strike on a U.S. city, or it might be a large-scale false flag terrorism event that’s being planned to ensure the continued growth of the surveillance police state infrastructure first signed into law following the events of 9/11. (The Patriot Act.) Listen to my podcast for more details:

Review your history: The fall of the Berlin Wall; the collapse of the Soviet Union; the Cultural Revolution in China… these events are proof that monumental changes for humankind — sometimes good, sometimes bad — often happen in lurches and spasms.

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