Bertrand Daily Report
The War For Our Mind & Soul Continues
Subject: Just Hours Away From Nuclear War
April, 11th, 2017
Ed Note: Latest reports indicate a pre-emptive strike by either China or the United States on North Korea missile sites is apparently immanent. The U.S. Naval "Strike Group" leading the aircraft carrier USS Vinson towards the Korean Peninsula is nearing, while at the same time China is moving 140,000 plus troops near the China / N. Korean border along with medical teams and hardware to deal with North Korean refugees. South Korea are moving troops closer to the DMZ while citizens prepare for a nuclear hit on Seoul by N. Korea.
Will North Korea be able to get a nuclear warhead missile launched towards the United States in-time before being hit themselves, but logic says....the Munchkin-Un will be dealing with his worse nightmare at his front and back door with missiles ready to destroy his infrastructure military assets. Yes....this could very well be the start of WWIII if other rogue countries want to involve themselves, but one major factor that says this will be done efficiently and over within hours after it begins, is the simple fact, President Trump made a deal with China. By all accounts, the preemptive strike on North Korea could happen within hours to just a few days.
In any event, it would be wise to immediately stock-up on drinking water and dry food supplies in the event of an EMP nuclear blast in the atmosphere over the U.S. (that might be a false flag by NEOCONS to coincide with a N. Korea attack), and/or if commerce and banking comes to a complete halt for whatever reason(s) the globalists create. We know for a fact the globalists promoting a New World Order want WWIII and that alone can turn the North Korea attack into an opportunity with President Trump being the last one to know about their "Deep State" plans.
Anything can happen and the biblical timing is ripe. Hope for the best but prepare for the worst, if nothing happens before this weekend, I myself will be heading north into the mountains near water.
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As reports emerge of Chinese troops heading to North Korea border, Seoul warns of possible pre-emptive U.S. strike
Beijing Bulletin - Wednesday 12th April, 2017
- Reports in South Korea claimed China is deploying medical units to handle North Korean refugees
- Report claims units preparing for “unforeseen circumstances” such as a pre-emptive U.S. strike on North Korea
- North Korea is vowing tough counteraction to any military moves
SEOUL, South Korea - The Korean peninsula is now more troubled than ever before as the region is gripped by an uncertainty of what awaits as tensions mount.
China’s State-run tabloid Global Times quoted South Korea’s Yonhap news agency as saying that China is preparing for trouble across its 1420 km border with North Korea.
The report stated that China had deployed 150,000 extra Chinese troops to the border region.
Further, a report in South Korea’s Chosun.com said that China was also sending medical and other units to handle North Korean refugees.
It said the country was preparing for the after-effects of “unforeseen circumstances” such as a pre-emptive U.S. strike on North Korea.
According to a statement issued by a South Korean Defence Ministry spokesman, any action would be taken on the basis of “close collaboration between South Korea and the U.S.”
The spokesperson further warned that people should not be misled by online rumours of an “April crisis on the peninsula.”
Further, in an editorial in its Chinese language edition, the Global Times had earlier warned that “North Korea should not misjudge the situation at this crucial moment, it should not venture to take more risks by thinking a sixth nuclear test will lead to nothing as did the previous five. If it does so, responses from both Beijing and Washington might be unprecedented, even becoming a ‘turning point’.”
Earlier in the day, reports also stated that in a bid to abide by UN sanctions, Beijing had turned back a dozen North Korean coal-carrying cargo ships that had been en route to Chinese ports.
South Korean acting President Hwang Kyo-ahn has now, warned of "greater provocations" by North Korea and has ordered the military to intensify monitoring and to ensure close communication with the United States.
Hwang said, “It is possible the North may wage greater provocations such as a nuclear test timed with various anniversaries including the Supreme People's Assembly.”
Fears of strikes
A day after U.S. ordered a navy strike group, led the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson, to head to the Korean peninsula - fears of another war breaking out in the troubled region were high.
The strike group made its way toward the Korean peninsula, after U.S. President Donald Trump warned that the policy of ‘strategic patience’ with the North Korean regime was over.
The show of force by the U.S. also came merely days after it bombed a Syrian airbase, provoked by a chemical attack that claimed over 86 lives last week.
The strike group includes the U.S. aircraft carrier, two missile destroyers, a cruiser and 74 warplanes.
The action by the U.S. also came amid rising tensions over Kim Jong Un's nuclear ambitions and his display of nuclear might since the start of the year.
However, easing tensions, Lee Duck-hang, the spokesman of the South Korean Ministry of Unification had stated on Monday that there is no threat of war on Korean peninsula as Washington supports South Korea’s policy on peaceful settlement of tensions with North Korea.
Duck-hang was quoted as saying in a report in the Yonhap news agency, "There is no need to be worried much … The U.S. has said it supports South Korea's policy on North Korea, and our government intends to solve all the problems peacefully.”
Seoul said that it believes it is important to settle tensions through political process, and the spokesman added that the restrictive measures against North Korea are designed to engage Pyongyang in dialogue.
Lee stressed repeatedly, “It is not meant to result in the possibility of military tension and confrontation.”
What will an infuriated North Korea do?
North Korea meanwhile has vowed tough counteraction to any military moves by the U.S. strike group, directed its way.
Pyongyang released a statement on Tuesday that said tensions on the divided peninsula are high because of U.S.-South Korea war-games.
The statement said that the annual joint military drills are a dress rehearsal for invasion.
A spokesman for North Korea’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement on the state-run Korean Central News Agency, “We will hold the U.S. wholly accountable for the catastrophic consequences to be entailed by its outrageous actions.”
North Korea warned of a nuclear attack on the U.S. at any sign of a U.S. pre-emptive strike.
Further, North Korea's official Rodong Sinmun newspaper said, “Our revolutionary strong army is keenly watching every move by enemy elements with our nuclear sight focused on the U.S. invasionary bases not only in South Korea and the Pacific operation theater but also in the U.S. mainland.”
Justifying its nuclear ambitions as defensive in nature, North Korea has claimed that the U.S. is preparing some kind of assault against it.
The statement further added, “This goes to prove that the U.S. reckless moves for invading the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea-North Korea’s formal name) have reached a serious phase of its scenario. If the U.S. dares opt for a military action, crying out for ‘pre-emptive attack’ and ‘removal of the headquarters,’ the DPRK is ready to react to any mode of war desired by the U.S.”
The statement from North Korea comes a day after U.S. Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson said that U.S. missile strikes against the Syrian air base also carries a message for any nation operating outside of international norms.
Tillerson said, “If you violate international agreements, if you fail to live up to commitments, if you become a threat to others, at some point a response is likely to be undertaken.”
Officials have indicated that the reclusive nation might be preparing an intercontinental ballistic missile test or something similar as soon as April 15, the 105th birthday of North Korea's founding president and celebrated annually as 'the Day of the Sun.'
North Korea, which has been at odds with the United States since the start of the Korean War in 1950, first tested a nuclear weapon in 2006.
Tensions in the Korean Peninsula escalated after North conducted its fourth nuclear test in January 2016, followed by a satellite launch in February.
The tests irked the international community and provoked the ire of the United Nations, that imposed several sanctions of the reclusive nation.
The country claimed to have secured key intercontinental ballistic missile technologies and eight months after the first test, shocked the world by conducting its fifth nuclear test overall and the strongest one till date.
Apart from the two provocative nuclear tests, in 2016, the isolated country test fired the Musudan missiles over 20 times through the year.
The Musudan missile, with a design range of 1,500 to 2,500 miles, is believed to be capable of reaching South Korea, Japan and even the U.S. territory of Guam and almost reaching Alaska.
In his New Year's speech, the country's dictator Kim Jong Un declared that North Korea has "reached the final stage" in its program to build ICBMs, but western experts were skeptical about his forecast.
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