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North Korea shot more Nodon missiles into the Sea of Japan yesterday, and China is insanely annoyed.

But the geopolitical tactics of such bad card could turn against Japan by both Nth Korea and China to start shooting at Japan directly to form a common "enemy".

Japan will go into massive upgrading and mobilization of their military shortly by the direction the regional tension is moving right now.

...Yes the US wanted about 350kg of nuke material off Japan.

Japan still got 40 tonnes of it.

In overnight, Japan can produce nuke heads, and got technology to do so.

(´×ω×`)...No one wins...


<In Japanese> 19th March 2016 article : http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20160319-00000076-san-pol

<In Japanese> 21st launch was detected, but Nth Korea not releasing the results: http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20160321-00000048-jij-kr


Nth Korean news line saying they succeeded in creating solid fuel now.

<In Japanese> http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20160324-00000011-jij_afp-int

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The worm is turning, well worth reading the subs on this one, T very relevant to your local my friend


Orban's historic speech puts Hungary on war footing



The Union within the Union

The Visegrad Group, also called the Visegrad Four, or V4 is an alliance of four Central European states – Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia – for the purposes of furthering their European integration as well as advancing their military, economic and energy cooperation with one another.[1] The Group's name in the languages of the four countries is Visegrádská čtyřka or Visegrádská skupina (Czech); Visegrádi Együttműködés or Visegrádi négyek (Hungarian); Grupa Wyszehradzka (Polish); and Vyšehradská skupina or Vyšehradská štvorka (Slovak).


It used to be sometimes referred to as the Visegrád Triangle, since it was an alliance of three states at the beginning – the term is not valid now, but appears sometimes even after all the years since the dissolution of Czechoslovakia in 1993.

The Group originated in a summit meeting of the heads of state or government of Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Poland held in the Hungarian castle town of Visegrád[2] on 15 February 1991 (not to be confused with Vyšehrad, a castle in Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, or with the town of Višegrad in Bosnia and Herzegovina).

The Czech Republic and Slovakia became members after the dissolution of Czechoslovakia in 1993. All four members of the Visegrád Group joined the European Union on 1 May 2004.


Visegrád Battlegroup

On 12 May 2011, Polish Defence Minister Bogdan Klich said that Poland will lead a new EU Battlegroup of the Visegrád Group. The decision was made at the V4 defence ministers' meeting in Levoča, Slovakia, and the battlegroup would become operational and be placed on standby in the first half of 2016.


The ministers also agreed that the V4 militaries should hold regular exercises under the auspices of the NATO Response Force, with the first such exercise to be held in Poland in 2013. The battlegroup would include members of V4 and Ukraine.[8]

On 14 March 2014, signed a pact on a joint military body within the European Union, in response to the 2014 Russian military intervention in Ukraine.


The deal involves joint military exercises, coordinated defence procurement and joint defence development of the four central European countries


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 What solved the question? War! Because World War II had occurred during the 1940s and that became the solution for the United States. [We] have to switch [the Japanese] mindset... we are looking for the trigger."

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has 

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WWIII fears as Kim Jong-un threatens China with 'nuclear war' and declares country 'an enemy'

March 31, 2016



"North Korea officials have condemned Beijing in a scathing document for taking part in recent UN sanctions against them"


"Kim Jong-un has threatened China with 'nuclear war' after declaring the country an 'enemy of North Korea .'

The portly despot reportedly launched a scathing attack on Beijing for taking part in UN sanctions against his regime.
Officials circulated a document dated March 10 which slams China for "betraying socialism" and threatens to clamp down on them with the force of "a nuclear storm."
It states: “We must no longer go easy on the Chinese and instead deal with them equally in order to change their attitude of taking us lightly."
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Putin to create 600,000 + National Guards


Once the guy ditched the 600,000. This happened back in Nov 2000.




He might had told everyone to hold on and wait because he would come back to rescue their lives again, to be employed again.


Apparently Japanese Intel peeps learned (they are closely monitoring Russia) that Mr. Putin is to create 600,000 National Guards (I don't have correct translation for the term but basically expressed as Putin's PERSONAL guards like Nazi's SS).

Here's Sputnik Japan's article about it: http://jp.sputniknews.com/russia/20160406/1907378.html


Until I saw this Sputnik article, I was kinda thinking this may be a bluff intel stuff.

But if Sputnik Japan is covering it (RT HAS NOT YET so it means the source of the info is Japan), I trust the information came out.


(Mind you, back in 2015, he did the same scheme and brought back 40,000 soldiers to be in Russia.http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-03-16/putin-reappears-puts-40000-troops-full-alert-part-snap-readiness-exercises)

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US fighter jets could soon get a drone wingman: Old craft repurposed as AI drones could take to the skies in 2018

April 15, 2016

Cheyenne MacDonald


"Armed drones could take to the air for testing alongside US fighter pilots as early as 2018.


The Air Force's 'Loyal Wingman' program aims to pair fifth generation fighter jets with unmanned older craft, using computer algorithms to give pilots control of the drones.


The initiative would allow a drone to take the lead in navigating dangerous environments, pinpointing targets without putting a human pilot at risk.


In mid-2015, the Air Force Researcher Laboratories launched the program in a formal request for information (RFI) to the aerospace industry, War is Boring reports.


The RFI stated, 'Autonomy technologies can enhance future operations and capabilities in contested and denied environments.


'Technologies are also required to seamlessly integrate the pilot and his/her aircraft with the autonomous unmanned aircraft to allow them to operate as a team for combat effectiveness.' 


The program aims to let drones fly ahead into potentially unsafe environments, and could even allow the unmanned 'wingman' craft to fire at targets selected by the pilot."






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U.S. protests after Chinese military jet lands on South China Sea island

April 19, 2016

By Jamie Crawford, Jim Sciutto and Tim Schwarz, CNN



"Washington (CNN)China's apparent landing of a military jet on a man-made island in the disputed waters of the South China Sea drew a protest from the U.S. military Monday.


The Chinese military aircraft landed on Yongshu Reef, also known as Fiery Cross Reef, to give emergency assistance to three severely ill civilian workers, said Lu Kang, spokesman with China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The three construction workers were airlifted Sunday to a hospital on Hainan island, according to Xinhau, the Chinese state-run media.
But U.S. officials had some questions.
"We're aware that a Chinese military aircraft landed at Fiery Cross Reef on Sunday in what China described as a humanitarian operation to evacuate three ill workers," Pentagon spokesman Capt. Jeff Davis told CNN in a statement. "It is unclear why the Chinese used a military aircraft, as opposed to a civilian one."
The United States, along with the Philippines have voiced continued concern over China's establishment of man-made islands in portions of the South China Sea, one of the world's busiest sea lanes for commerce, in areas claimed by the Philippines and thousands of miles from the Chinese mainland.
There has been particular apprehension over Fiery Cross Reef -- one of China's man-made islands in the Spratly Island chain -- after the Chinese constructed a runway long enough to accommodate large military aircraft.
Chinese military aircraft transported the three sick civilian workers.
snip  pictures/video at link
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April 20, 2016

By John Helmer, Moscow



'The confrontation last week between Russian aircraft and a US-Polish naval operation in the Baltic Sea, within shooting distance of Kaliningrad, was a long anticipated and professionally executed exercise by the military commanders of all three countries. “Unprofessional”, as Admiral Mark Ferguson commanding US Naval Forces in Europe called it, was the very least thing it was. But who provoked, who feinted, who attacked first, and who defended are questions the publicity that has followed is meant to obscure.
One outcome that was not anticipated by either the attackers or defenders has begun to materialize in Warsaw. There, the rhetoric of military buildup along Poland’s eastern frontier has run into the cold calculation that Poland’s survival chances aren’t likely to be much better than those of the USS Donald Cook, if there had been a real firefight, Turkish style.
The US destroyer Donald Cook is armed with the Aegis combat system, a combination of missiles intended to attack Russian nuclear, as well as non-nuclear missile batteries on land, sea, and in the air. The ship is normally docked at the NATO base at Rota, Spain. Between April 8 and 11, it was at the Polish port of Gdynia. The US Navy press reported the port call as part of the vessel’s “fourth forward-deployed patrol in support of ballistic missile defense of Europe…Such port visits serve to enhance U.S.-Polish relations as the two nations work together for a stable, secure and prosperous region.”
What actually had happened has been more precisely reported in the Polish press. There it has been revealed that the Russian aircraft were not armed with ordnance, but with electronic countermeasures pods designed for jamming hostile gunnery and missile targeting systems. If the commanders and their signals staff on board the Donald Cook were not themselves confused or jammed, they knew that the final two passes, after the nine earlier ones that afternoon, was anything but an attack simulation.
he Polish state radio also reported the Ministry of Defence in Warsaw as claiming the joint US-Polish operation “will be practising take-offs and landings from the deck of the ship.” This, Polish defence reports say, was false. According to the Polish sources, the 20-year old helicopters have performed several thousand landings and takeoffs on Polish vessels at sea. The Polish state media have also reported that after the suspension of the April 11 operation, the buzzing the next day put a stop to the operation altogether. If true, the Su-24 “attack” achieved its purpose.
But what was the US and Polish purpose, and why were so many warnings issued by the Russian side, and ignored by the US and Polish commanders?"
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India & Vietnam VS China


Well it's happening.

By 2050, the king of the world would be India....that's only if the current world system holds up that long anyway.

It's so weird to feel that all these geopolitical juggling would become meaning less in a second when the money slavery system falls apart. 

Can the humanity grow beyond of greediness?

I surely hope so.



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‘Largest single pledge in history’: US may increase military aid to Israel

April 26, 2016



"The White House has signaled readiness to boost military aid to Israel to a historic high, after a letter signed by 83 Senators advocated for the increase. Aid to Israel currently accounts for more than half the total US military aid budget.


Relations between US President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have been frosty in recent years. Netanyahu canceled his planned trip to the US last month and said he intended to negotiate the increase with the next US president, according to the Times of Israel. Now, however, the Obama administration is saying it is willing to boost military aid to Israel to historically unprecedented levels.
“We are prepared to sign an MOU [memorandum of understanding] with Israel that would constitute the largest single pledge of military assistance to any country in US history,” a White House official told Reuters on Monday.
Earlier in the day, 83 US Senators – 51 republicans and 32 Democrats – sent a letter to the White House urging an increase in aid. The effort was spearheaded by South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham and Delaware Democrat Chris Coons.
“In light of Israel's dramatically rising defense challenges, we stand ready to support a substantially enhanced new long-term agreement to help provide Israel the resources it requires to defend itself and preserve its qualitative military edge,” the letter said.
Among the Senators who signed the letter were Texas Republican and presidential contender Ted Cruz and Massachusetts Democrat Elizabeth Warren. Vermont’s Bernie Sanders, who is challenging Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination, was notably absent from the list of supporters."
Tx phillipbbg     Considering Obama's relationship with Netanyahu, this is a surprise, hmm perhaps a certain candidate for president is an influence?  However. 1/2 of our military budget???  Why??
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China Successfully Tests Hypersonic Missile

April 27, 2016

BIll Gertz


Seventh test of new DF-ZF glider tracked over northern China


"China successfully flight tested its new high-speed maneuvering warhead last week, days after Russia carried out its own hypersonic glider test, according to Pentagon officials.

The test of the developmental DF-ZF hypersonic glide vehicle was monitored after launch Friday atop a ballistic missile fired from the Wuzhai missile launch center in central China, said officials familiar with reports of the test.
The maneuvering glider, traveling at several thousand miles per hour, was tracked by satellites as it flew west along the edge of the atmosphere to an impact area in the western part of the country.
It was the seventh successful flight test of the revolutionary glider, which travels at speeds between 4,000 and 7,000 miles per hour.
U.S. intelligence officials have assessed that China plans to use the glider to deliver nuclear weapons through increasingly sophisticated missile defenses. The DF-ZF also could be used as part of a conventional strategic strike weapon capable of hitting targets around the world within an hour.
Pentagon spokesman Cmdr. Bill Urban declined to comment on the latest DF-ZF flight test. “But we do monitor Chinese military modernization carefully,” Urban said.
Rep. Randy Forbes (R., Va.), chairman of the House Armed Services subcommittee on seapower, said China’s hypersonic missile tests are a concern.
“China’s repeated test of a hypersonic glide vehicle demonstrates Beijing is committed to upending both the conventional military and nuclear balance, with grave implications for the stability of Asia,” Forbes told the Washington Free Beacon.
Adm. Cecil Haney, commander of the U.S. Strategic Command, said Jan. 22 that the new hypersonic glide vehicle is among an array of high-technology missiles and weapons, both nuclear and conventional, being developed and deployed by Beijing.
China “recently conducted its sixth successful test of a hypersonic glide vehicle, and as we saw in September last year, is parading missiles clearly displaying their modernization and capability advancements,” Haney said."
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Submarine Contract Battle in Australia 2016: France Won


It's been on going for a while and loads of stuff were written in Oz and Japan about this Submarine contract.

I will run through the juggle from what the inside views were from the peeps on the ground.

(A Source: https://abemafresh.tv/toranomonnews/10798)


Australia chose France and ditched Japan for the Submarine contract.

Seemingly it's a loss for Japan, but it was the best decision for Japan for now.


Because PM Abe and his cabinet didn't realise it's a no-no to sell Black Box technology to other countries, and the sales spec to Australia included the Black Box as well.(´Д`)stupidoooooo(´×ω×`)


Ex PM Abbot was pro-Japanese weapon, especially the Sub "Soryu", the assassin of the sea. (Friggin quiet and don't get found by opponents.)


The thing is, Australian Navy people were REALLY hanging out for Soryu.

They were apparently VERY disappointed, angry at PM Turmbul for his change of mind.


Well, according to the intel news, Chinese lobbyists were paying HECK A LOT OF MONEY to some politicians.


China never wants any less power than they are expanding down towards Sth Est Asian Sea, and BEYOND.

So Japanese weapon card was very annoying for them.

So they decided to pump in incredible amount of money, got 99 years lease of Darwin port, which angered the US for it's just should Never happen....


So departure of Australian politics from the US can be seen....

The US is really being ditched.

The leaker never stated PM Turmbul ever received any money directly.

It's the beauty of Chinese foreign policy that they use their head and weakness of people to reach their tentacles in, use money, honey-traps and threats to achieve what they want to get, and they don't mind taking time...like beyond of 100 years to achieve that.

So though PM never received any direct profit from those Chinese lobbyists, but in a long winding manner, he benefits. That's how things works with Chinese way....


What an incredibly resilient culture! 

I honour for its own beauty, peeps.

They are really far ahead of loads of countries for that basic concept being kept and using plenty of money etc to be chucked in for the soft spots.

Peeps from like Nigeria are also hard working and earnestly trying to build their country and I honour that aspect a lot. But China has already gone out of their land and expanding hugely, physically doing it.


...Woops, sorry, side tracked. I just wanted to make sure to express I also have love towards China.

Unfortunately their way cause freak out in peace, but I pay respect for their remnants of old culture.


Some Aussies wondered if Oz was pissed off at the US because they were trying hard to get Australia to buy Japanese Subs.

Apparently Not so at all.


It's not Oz is against the US lobby actions.


Here's a pragmatic picture for us to see it why:


Oz as a country needs lots money NOW.

The US won't buy any Oz weapons.

But China does.

So there's a clear understanding that more profit for Oz if shook hands with China.


I thank Australian Navy people who were so into the idea of Soryu to be with them....

There are lots of Japanese nations would love to say thank you for your support, for sure!

Great to learn that Oz Navy peeps honestly like Japanese Defense Force stuff a lot.


This time round, it didn't work for both side.

But let us assure you, Japan does like Australia.

Maybe in future, there's another chance to work together with.


...But what I really wanted to see was Adelaide Submarine engineers to work in Oz.




Additional level of info:


Intel info says that Australia is a full on Vlash country....

China being a strong hold of Vlash faction, this is a no-wonder decision.

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Russian supersonic warplane flies within 50 feet of US spy plane in Asia just a week after Pentagon hit out at the Kremlin for two close encounters in the Baltic Sea

  • US P-8 Maritime Patrol was flying near Kamchatka Peninsula on April 21
  • It was a routine flight - but a Russian MiG-31 zoomed into its course
  • The move came a week after a Russian plane barreled over a US plane
  • And days earier, two Russian aircraft buzzed a US warship in the Baltic Sea

By Mia De Graaf For Dailymail.com

Published: 02:49 EST, 29 April 2016 | Updated: 05:56 EST, 29 April 2016



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PM Abe of Japan to visit Russia BEFORE the May Summit in Japan:

It means he discusses with PM Putin the MOST important stuff, NOT with the US


Even PM Putin clearly started to call Japan as "a friend", which only used to be used towards China.

No subs:




Japan is trying to help Russia get out of G7 strangle. (Well Japan WAS also trying hard to help the US for financial transition before. Whether they accepted it or not, I dunno. It's about the Gold Backed Currency Movement.)


Russian aim is keeping Crimea under their wings regardless, but now Japan has a chance to regain Japanese Northern islands that were taken away by Russia unlawfully at the end of WW2. 


They can't let Crimea go for there's an almighty important mega underground base there for a friendly faction (the ones who shook hands with the Humanity already!).


(Basically the friendly faction needs us, we need them as well. That's why we shook hands.)



Because the Humanity doesn't have the technology to fight against that invasion just by ourselves.

We literally need more help from an alien faction.


Reverse Engineering techs?

Noup. Not gonna win over the alien opponents' weapons.

The introduced shared technologies to the Humanity by the alien factions are ALWAYS inferior to the actual alien faction weapons.

Just juxtapose it on our reality....

Do you think any countries would give away ALL the top level secret weapons to anyone?

No, they don't.

They always keep the best and the strongest secret weapons to themselves.

That's what the US has been doing blatantly, and England, Sth Korea, Japan and other countries learned it bitter way. Especially England. We have learned.


We need to shake hands with a faction in a military manner to fight against this invaders whom just don't care about the Humanity what so ever except to milk us and dispose of us when we don't function any longer to their advantage.

(But that's drumming up the War of Hybrids, so be aware.)


As the original faction (which we also need to FORGIVE to move on to our future together with) is becoming shakier with the loss of their $s and power while the opponents were spreading across the globe badly, you'd start to see more obvious support happening towards an alien faction. (Sorry I gotta be a bit cryptic from here on...for a good reason, but sorry I'm very ambiguous...)


There's another crap to wait for.

There'd be at least 2 more separate "support (for an alien faction)" movements would appear with the change of attitude within the Humanity.

Those 2 are going for the WORST opponents.

Just remember, 2 out of 3 are dodgy ones.

You gotta learn to see through who is belonging to which group to judge by yourself. 


And for anyone coming from the 5th dimension and above, they WON'T be involved in for this fight.

This is such a LOW vibrational decision making situation that they wouldn't interfere NOTHING,

We are on our own.

Don't expect them to chip in anything further except perhaps keep on talking to you.


We gotta do it ourselves, and show everyone that we have grown up as a specie.


While all these War stuff are getting ready, please remind yourself one thing each and everyday.


Do you want a War?


I know my answer. I toss that intention to the Universe everyday.

When all humans feel "Ahhhhhhhhhh wth...nah. Not gonna bite into that shite anymore, mate! I'M SICK OF IT." and walk off, we truly win the game.

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This is just getting to be too much.



MSF, as the group is also known, runs six medical facilities inside the country and helps support 150 others with supplies and salaries for local staff. Al-Quds was one of them. Taylor says of the clinics and hospitals his charity is working with in Syria, seven have been bombed since January. "This year alone in 2016," he stressed, "seven structures have been hit."

And it's not just in Syria that field hospitals and medical aid workers are being attacked.

Over the past six months, four MSF facilities in Yemen were hit by airstrikes.




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China denies US carrier group entry to Hong Kong amid South China Sea tensions

April 29, 2016



"China has denied a US request for an aircraft carrier group led by USS John C. Stennis to make a port visit to Hong Kong, the US State Department said on Friday, confirming earlier media reports.


Pentagon spokesman, Commander Bill Urban, said another US warship, the USS Blue Ridge, was currently in Hong Kong on a stop-over and the US expected that to continue.
Urban added that the request for a Hong Kong visit by the carrier and its strike group, which have been patrolling the South China Sea, was recently denied, despite a “long track record of successful port visits to Hong Kong.”
The Chinese government, as well as the country’s embassy in Washington did not comment on the move.
The warship requested a port call permit early on Thursday.
The South China Morning Post newspaper, citing the Chinese Foreign Ministry, reported that port calls by US warships and military aircraft had to be approved on a “case by case basis in accordance with sovereignty principles and specific circumstances.”
Aircraft carrier John C. Stennis, two destroyers, two cruisers and a Japan-based US Seventh Fleet flagship sailed into the contested waters of the South China Sea in early March, to counter the presence of China. The latter has territorial disputes over islands in the South China Sea, rich in deposits of natural resources, with Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam. To assure its claim over the disputed territory, Beijing has been rapidly setting up defense installations in the area."
tx Phillipbbg
China tests ICBM capable of striking US within half an hour
April 30, 2016
"Beijing has successfully tested a new long-range ballistic missile capable of engaging any potential target worldwide. The rocket takes just 30 minutes to cover its maximum 12,000km range and can deliver multiple strikes on any nuclear-capable state.
The launch of China’s Dongfeng-41 (East Wind, DF-41) missile was registered by the US satellite tracking system in real time, the Washington Free Beacon reports, although the location of the launch was not immediately revealed. The launch was made from a new road-mobile platform, and is reportedly the seventh test-firing of the DF-41.
American experts estimate the DF-41 to be an 80-ton, three-stage solid-fuel missile capable of carrying between six and 10 nuclear warheads.
The test was made with a DF-41 missile armed with two independently targetable reentry vehicles.
“As with previous MIRV tests, the PLA has used a small number of reentry vehicles to mask the real capability of the DF-41, which is estimated to be able to loft up to 10 warheads,” the WFB cited China military affairs analyst Rick Fisher as saying.
China allegedly tested its deadliest nuclear missile on April 13 – about the time when the People’s Liberation Army's high-ranking Gen. Fan Changlong headed a group of military commanders to inspect construction work at a man-made island in the Spratly Islands group. The exact date of the visit was not officially announced.
The test reportedly took place three days before US Defense Secretary Ash Carter visited the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis, operating in the South China Sea close to the disputed Spratly Islands claimed by Beijing."
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Angela Merkel suggested Japan to join NATO in March 2015


The news was released just yesterday, and apparently Japan politely stated "maybe in future", but that was a card that could really help the situation about South East Asian sea problem, if mobilised earlier.

But either way, NATO system is for EU because of the geographical logistics, so by that suggestion made, Japan IS looking into the possibility of the United Force for Asia just like NATO to be installed.


China would better get involved in, if that happens. Otherwise....they will be squashed down by India soon IMHO.



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Ukrainian General blows the lid on international zionists in Ukraine


Though this was stated only by 1 person, but he stood for his position, stated all the names, risked himself for it, I think.

Great to hear it directly from someone there.


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NATO Announces War Policy Against Russia. Chilling Scenario of Encirclement


Global Research, May 18, 2016

On May 18th, Britain’s Guardian headlined 

“West and Russia on course for war, says ex-Nato deputy commander” and reported that the former deputy commander of NATO, the former British general Sir Alexander Richard Shirreff (who was Supreme Allied Commander in Europe from 2011-2014), expressed outrage that Britain isn’t urgently preparing for war against Russia, and also reported that “He describes Russia as now the west’s most dangerous adversary and says Putin’s course can only be stopped if the west wakes up to the real possibility of war and takes urgent action. … In a chilling scenario, he predicts that Russia, in order to escape what it believes to be encirclement by Nato, will seize territory in eastern Ukraine.” (That’s the Donbass region, where there has been a civil war.)



According to the New Europe report, Stoltenberg announced that where the 1997 NATO-Russia Agreement asserts that

The member States of NATO reiterate that they have no intention, no plan and no reason to deploy nuclear weapons on the territory of new members, nor any need to change any aspect of NATO’s nuclear posture or nuclear policy — and do not foresee any future need to do so. This subsumes the fact that NATO has decided that it has no intention, no plan, and no reason to establish nuclear weapon storage sites on the territory of those members, whether through the construction of new nuclear storage facilities or the adaptation of old nuclear storage facilities. Nuclear storage sites are understood to be facilities specifically designed for the stationing of nuclear weapons, and include all types of hardened above or below ground facilities (storage bunkers or vaults) designed for storing nuclear weapons.


Tthe agreement is effectively terminated, and, “Largely as a result of the Crimean annexation, the repeated violations of the Minsk ceasefire agreement, and the demands of eastern flank member states, boots on the ground will increase considerably in the region, if not ‘substantially’,” along Russia’s northeastern flank, in Poland and the Baltics. Furthermore, “Poland has already said that it regards this agreement ‘obsolete’.” So, General Stoltenberg is taking his lead on that from the Polish government.


Consequently, regardless of whether or not the Minsk II violations are entirely, or even mainly, or even partially, due to Ukrainian firing into Donbass, NATO appears to be gearing up for its upcoming July ministerial meeting to be an official termination of its vague promises, which NATO had made in the 1997 NATO-Russia agreement (technically called the “Founding Act on Mutual Relations, Cooperation and Security between NATO and the Russian Federation signed in Paris, France, 27 May 1997”). That document said “NATO and Russia do not consider each other as adversaries. They share the goal of overcoming the vestiges of earlier confrontation and competition and of strengthening mutual trust and cooperation.”


In this regard, it was — though in public and written form, instead of merely private and verbal form — similar to the promises that the West had given to Soviet then Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev in 1990, which have already been rampantly violated by the West many times and without apology.


The expectation and demand is clearly that Russia must allow itself to be surrounded by NATO, and to do this without complaint, and therefore also without taking military countermeasures, which NATO would call yet more “aggression by Russia.” Any defensive moves by Russia can thus be taken by the West to be unacceptable provocation and justification for a “pre-emptive” attack against Russia by NATO. That would be World War III, and it would be based upon the same accusation against Russia that the Republican candidate for the U.S. Presidency, Mitt Romney, had stated when he was running against Barack Obama: “This is, without question, our number one geopolitical foe.” Perhaps the West here intends the final solution of the Russian problem.(emphasis added)


Read whole article(recommended)...  http://www.globalresearch.ca/nato-announces-war-policy-against-russia-chilling-scenario-of-encirclement/5526014

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A First Look at America’s Supergun

Julian E. Barnes

May 27, 2016


Video at link


"The Navy’s experimental railgun fires a hardened projectile at staggering velocity—a battlefield meteorite with the power to blow holes in enemy ships and level terrorist camps"


"DAHLGREN, Va.—A warning siren bellowed through the concrete bunker of a top-secret Naval facility where U.S. military engineers prepared to demonstrate a weapon for which there is little defense.

Officials huddled at a video screen for a first look at a deadly new supergun that can fire a 25-pound projectile through seven steel plates and leave a 5-inch hole.
The weapon is called a railgun and requires neither gunpowder nor explosive. It is powered by electromagnetic rails that accelerate a hardened projectile to staggering velocity—a battlefield meteorite with the power to one day transform military strategy, say supporters, and keep the U.S. ahead of advancing Russian and Chinese weaponry.
In conventional guns, a bullet loses velocity from the moment the gunpowder ignites and sends it flying. The railgun projectile instead gains speed as it travels the length of a 32-foot barrel, exiting the muzzle at 4,500 miles an hour, or more than a mile a second.
“This is going to change the way we fight,” said U.S. Navy Adm. Mat Winter, the head of the Office of Naval Research.
video here
BN-OF265_backgr_3_20160526180642.jpgSource: Office of Naval Research
Some officials expressed concern the technology has commanded too large a portion of resources and focus. “This better work,” one defense official said.
The age of the gun faded after World War II, hampered by the limited range and accuracy of gunpowder weapons. Missiles and jet fighters dominated the Cold War years, prompting the Navy to retire its big-gun battleships. The railgun—and its newly developed projectiles—could launch a new generation of the vessels.
“Part of the reason we moved away from big guns is the chemistry and the physics of getting the range,” said Jerry DeMuro, the chief executive of BAE Systems, a railgun developer. “The railgun can create the kind of massive effect you want without chemistry.”
The Navy’s current 6-inch guns have a range of 15 miles. The 16-inch guns of mothballed World War II-era battleships could fire a distance of 24 miles and penetrate 30 feet of concrete. In contrast, the railgun has a range of 125 miles, officials said, and five times the impact.
“Anytime you have a projectile screaming in at extremely high speeds—kilometers per second—the sheer kinetic energy of that projectile is awesome,” Mr. Work said. “There are not a lot of things that can stop it.”
Railgun Firing Mechanics

The railgun projectile gains speed as it travels the length of a 32-foot barrel, exiting the muzzle at 4,500 miles an hour, or more than a mile a second.





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A Historical Move the US made:

President Obama's Full Speech in Hiroshima, 27th May 2016


There's no word literally saying sorry.

But is it just me that after all, a current President of the US to visit Hiroshima and said what he said....surely sounds a bit like apologizing...


Not that Japanese citizens care.

Consensus within Japan is said to be "It was great to have him there" being 98%.


In fact, the news about him embracing one of the man who was in tears as he shook hands with President Obama was one of the best highlight of the lot.


Not that President Obama knew this when it just happened, this old man, Mr. Shigeaki Mori(森重昭) fought for the US soldiers who was bombed at the same time when the A-bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, to get them to be recognised by the US as well as by Japan.

He had to stand up alone fighting for it 40+ years, even though the Right Wing peeps were attacking him, calling him as a traitor.

But he still believed those American soldiers must be recognised as victims.

Lots Japanese peeps welded up as they watched the scene.



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↓1:22~ the actual embracing happens in the vid segment, if you can watch it from your country.



And another episode that melted Japanese peeps' hearts was that President Obama brought 2 paper cranes he made (with some help, according to him. LOL) to the Memorial building, where has the actual paper crane made by the 10 yo girl who was suffering from the aftermath of the A-bomb blast.

As he was looking at that object, he presented those 2 to girls near by him.

It was like a proof for Japanese peeps that the President did looked into what really happened there, and wanted to show the very caring attitude.


Look, in the hard reality, every single President of the US will be passed on the full research results of those A-bombs when they get into the President's seat.

So it's not as if he didn't know.

But still that act itself would make Japanese people to fall in love with America again, this time, without the War Guilt Information Programming not backing it up.


To me, that's a great point.


Now for the CT mind, The US will have support from Japan for the security in the region.

(If Japan is not where it is, the US faces to Russia and China directly entering into the Pacific. Having very highly skilled Japanese engineers at the US bases in Japan is a LIFE LINE for the US to deploy military peeps to needed places closer to Russia and China quickly.)


Just as the US would be creating its own security for the country regardless of other countries, Japan would seek its alliance with Russia.

Japan always wanted it in order to save the Northern islands that were taken away by Russia.

Russia NEEDS Japan's help in heck a lot of aspects.

Japan needs Russia to get rid of Chinese threats.


China got kicked in its ass badly by G7 meeting stating any unlawful movements are to be squashed down, and PM Abe had been to EU to continue to shut down any moves from China asking for alliance in EU countries, it's really shitting itself right now. He also went to visit the Backdoor of China, to make sure they are gonna stand up fighting against China. And Japan and those countries got really good relationships.  


With China stopping whole lot of railway constructions they promised to many countries in South America to Asia, it only shows Chinese economy is getting almighty dodgy.


Whole bunch of countries from AIIB may leave the group for China won't be paying out for the projects, except giving them the whole lot of bluffing tactics, which I'm sure everyone started to see through.


The big change in the world continues.


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Date: Wednesday, 1-Jun-2016 12:17:23

Published on May 30, 2016

Sub for more: http://nnn.is/the_new_media| Putin is pissed off because NATO keeps mounting troops on the Russian border. Why are we in a rush to war? Gerald Celente reveals whatyou won't hear on the corporate media with Gary Franchi on the Next News Network.

Source http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=48212

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The End of M.A.D. — The Beginning of Madness

6133 Views June 01, 2016  42 Comments

by Eric Zuesse

John Helmer, who explains military-strategic matters better and more knowledgeably than just about anyone, headlined on May 30th, “The Red Line Crossed, In the Cross-Hairs, At Trigger Point”, and he opened:

First there was the red-line announcement. On Friday [May 27th] in Athens there was the cross-hairs statement. By the month of October, the month before the US presidential election, there will be the trigger point.

The US and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) allies are going to war with Russia, accelerating the inevitability that Russia will strike in self-defence. This is what the first and second statements by President Vladimir Putin warn. There will be no statement of warning.

More http://thesaker.is/the-end-of-m-a-d-the-beginning-of-madness/

Original Source http://www.transients.info/2016/06/unspun-news-for-3rd-june-2016.html#more

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