USA, Japan to act May 29, 2017 - US, Japan to take specific action after N. Korea missile hit Japanese economic zone. Tokyo will join forces with the USA to deter Pyongyang, after a North Korean missile flew inside Japan’s economic zone.
Due to the ongoing missile tests by North Korea, the UN Security Council has expanded sanctions on the threatening country.
thehill.com reports: The United Nations Security Council unanimously voted to increase sanctions on North Korea on Friday after weeks of negotiations between the U.S. and China, citing the regime’s repeated missile tests.
China’s support comes after the Trump administration has repeatedly pressured China to rein in its aggressive southern neighbor.
"The security council is sending a clear message to North Korea today - stop firing ballistic missiles or face the consequences," U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley said after the vote.
North Korea compares Trump to Hitler Jun 28, 2017 - North Korea state media described President Donald Trump’s “America First” policy as Nazism and compared the U.S. president to Adolf Hitler. 18.104.22.168/focus/f-news/3564719/posts
TrumpTweets July 4, 2017 North Korea has just launched another missile. Does this guy have anything better to do with his life? Hard to believe that South Korea and Japan will put up with this much longer. Perhaps China will put a heavy move on North Korea and end this nonsense once and for all! twitter.com/realDonaldTrump
NUCLEAR ATTACK on AMERICA Visions of Duduman, Henry Gruver, AA Allen all dovetail. When the people start to fight against their govt, thats when Russia and China will attack. Prophets Duduman, Allen and Gruver all had visions of America attacked, nuked. I see this Day building in daily NEWS. cj.myfreeforum.org/about708.html
China's purpose in building the Stratley Islands is to take over the entire Pacific Rim. If Duduman-Gruver visions are correct, China plans to take USA too - with Russia. China may well be PROMPTING NKorea to entice Trump to war.
I want to believe President Donald Trump prefers PEACE, but he gives the current appearance of a WAR President.
0bama nearly put USA in the hand of globalists / Islam Trump is rapidly cutting their fingers off USA but 'they' are an octopus with MANY fingers so its hard to tell
My visionary friend Ed says - angels will help us - we will need them AMEN
Ecclesiastes 3 To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted;
A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance; A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing;
A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away; A time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak; A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace.
NKorea ICBM test marked escalation of threat: top US diplomat DEBKA reports the US confirmed North Korea tested an ICBM. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called Pyongyang's action escalation, global action is required. Any country that provides Pyongyang with economic or military benefits, or fails to fully implement Security Council resolutions regarding the North, is aiding and abetting a dangerous regime. Krauty said the world doesnt care, NKorea is American's problem and we must deal with it alone. I suspect he's correct. debka.com/newsupdatepopup/20984/NKorea-ICBM-test-marked-escalation-of-threat-top-US-diplomat
NKorea plan July 4, 2017 debka - Putin and Xi agree on a plan for defusing NKorea missile crisis. Thats all USA needs - foreigners deciding our fate!
Presidents Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping met in Moscow and laid out a joint plan for North Korea to declare a moratorium on testing missiles, while the US and South Korea would refrain from large-scale joint maneuvers.
LIES of WAR As war looms larger, closer, and seemingly inevitable, the abililty to believe anything we hear / read is in serious doubt.
NEW YORK CITY–The Trump administration is reportedly moving toward acting alone against North Korea, a sign of increasing U.S. frustration with the stalemate on the issue in the United Nations Security Council.
The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that the administration is moving unilaterally toward tightening sanctions on North Korea, particularly targeting Chinese companies and banks funding the rogue regime’s weapons program. The focus from the administration comes after Pyongyang launched an intercontinental ballistic missile with the ability to potentially reach U.S. cities this month.
The Journal cites recently unsealed court filings as offering clues that the White House is ready to act on its own in sanctioning banks. In those filings, the Justice Department pointed to a network associated with five companies linked to a Chinese national that hid transactions to help finance the North Korean regime.
Analysts told the Journal that some Chinese banks handle allegedly laundered money that could be targeted. While efforts to shut down North Korea’s missile program have stumbled in recent years, officials said the missile launch was a game changer, particularly as it put Alaska within reach.
The Trump administration has shown a more muscular stance on North Korea and had been eyeing more sanctions even before the launch. However, the unilateral option will look more enticing to U.S. officials considering the stalemate in the U.N. Security Council.
While the U.S. has shown a desire to work through the Security Council, with U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley promising a tough resolution on the matter, the chances of its success seem limited judging from the rhetoric coming from China and Russia during an emergency session called in the wake of the July 4 missile launch.
At that session, China called on all parties to “exercise restraint” and avoid “belligerent rhetoric.” Russia, meanwhile, expressed skepticism as to whether the missile launched was indeed an ICBM, claiming data shows it to be in line with mid-range ballistic missiles.
“This requires thorough clarification and investigation,” Deputy U.N. Ambassador Vladimir Safronkov said, adding that Russia was against any actions that could lead to a “hardening of antagonisms” and “warmongering.”
Safronkov rejected sanctions and military action and instead hailed a joint initiative based on a Chinese proposal involving a “dual suspension and parallel progress” for North Korea, involving a moratorium on missile tests, and would include the U.S. ceasing to conduct training exercises in the region.
Haley was clearly angered by the attitudes of the Russians and Chinese and warned that the U.S. was prepared to go it alone, saying:
If you are happy with North Korea’s actions, veto it. If you want to be a friend of North Korea, veto it. But if you see this as a threat, if you see this for what it is—North Korea showing its muscle—then you need to stand strong and vote with the international community to strengthen sanctions on North Korea and if you choose not to, we will go our own path.
In her initial remarks, Haley also warned that the U.S. was not going to repeat the failed attitudes of the past that had allowed the North Korean crisis to escalate.
“We will not repeat the inadequate approaches of the past that have brought us to this dark day,” she said.
Brutal North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is shipping tens of thousands of impoverished citizens to Russia for the hard currency his cash-strapped regime desperately needs, Fox News has found.
Alarmed human rights groups say the North Korea workers in Russia are little more than slaves, subjected to everything from cruel and violent acts to ruthless exploitation at the hands of corrupt officials, while being forced to turn over large chunks of their pay to the North Korean government.
A report issued earlier this year by the Seoul-based Data Base Center for North Korean Human Rights estimates that about 50,000 North Korean laborers are working low-paying jobs in Russia. They send at least $120 million every year to the regime in Pyongyang.
“The North Korean government maintains strict controls over their workers’ profits, in some cases probably taking 90 percent of their wages,” Scott Synder, director of the Program on U.S.-Korea Policy at the Council of Foreign Relations, told Fox News. “This is an issue that has been going on under the radar for a long time.”
International sanctions have crippled North Korea’s economy. The country produces few goods suitable for export. Kim needs money any way he can get it.
North Koreans helped construct a new soccer stadium in St. Petersburg. They also helped build a luxury apartment complex in Moscow.
Unusual North Korean Sub Activity Aug 1, 2017 FOX - North Korea can hit major US cities using subs. The US military has detected highly unusual and unprecedented levels of North Korean submarine activity. A test missile launch also detected. kek.gg/u/n7Mb