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Hefty Sanctions Imposed On North Korea

Hefty Sanctions Imposed On North Korea

September 21, 2017

The President has signed an Executive Order imposing additional sanctions with respect to North Korea.

Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin has just reported that China has agreed to severe banking sanctions against North Korea.

As reported originally by Reuters, this would effect new North Korean banking customers, winding down of loans with existing customers.

This latest change is to ensure that China holds to the recent sanctions of North Korea and warns them that if they do not uphold the sanctions, this could affect their reputation, as reported by Reuters.

President Trump in an earlier press conference has said; “As I’ve outlined it by address to the United Nations General Assembly, North Korea’s weapon and nuclear development is a grave threat to peace and security in our world and it is unacceptable that others financially support this criminal rogue regime.” “The brutal North Korean Regime does not respect its own citizens or sovereignty of other nations.”

The President has said that China’s central bank has called its banks directing them to immediately stop any future financial banking with North Korea.

President Trump is calling for a complete denuclearization of North Korea.

Many countries are following the sanctions imposed on North Korea and President Trump is calling on other nations to impose sanctions of their own like the USA did today.

In addition to the banking sanctions, our government (Dept of Treasury) will identify new industries including textiles, fishing, manufacturing and information technology in order to further disable/disrupt them economically.

Hopefully this will tighten the screws and North Korea will rethink their position on furthering their nuclear arsenal.

Kim Jung Un, in a public speech branded our President “mentally deranged.” and said the President’s address at the United Nations was “a declaration of war,” as reported by mirror.co.uk.

North Korea’s response to President Trump’s newest sanctions by executive order:

President Trump Imposes Heavy Sanctions on North Korea via Executive Order:

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What Should We Do About North Korea?

September 7, 2017

Since North Korea’s continued aggression will not cease, what options do we have?

North Korea is getting dangerously close to building a nuclear ICBM capable of hitting anywhere within the USA. You can bet that once they get rolling, their going to start producing them in mass since they have the capability. What are our options while trying to avoid a catastrophe?

People have thrown out the idea of a political assassination of Kim Jong Un. This would be an option if we had him in our sights. Anytime he appears in public, he is surrounded by his military. He rarely appears in public, most likely because he is paranoid and fears assassination. He has murdered many that were close to him fearing they were not showing allegiance to him, this shows his paranoia.

It has been noted that most of the people who might be inclined to kill Kim and who live in North Korea are either in custody, under surveillance or are dead. So, that’s not going to happen.

Our USA intelligence community has a very difficult time getting intelligence of his whereabouts, therefore we are unable to pin him down. So, this most likely is not an option for us.

There are some people that are hanging onto a hope that North Korea is so fragile, it may collapse soon. This has been discussed by a North Korean watcher Victor Cha “The Impossible State.” Well, we are running out of time!

The CIA has programs that induce heart attack with a radio frequency weapon, invisible tiny people  (Philadelphia Experiment), used for surveillance purposes, which was exposed by former Taiwan President Chiang Kai-Shek. All these technologies are useless if we can’t pin him down.

There are definitely a lot of cons as to why we should not assassinate him. It’s not clear who would be his successor, since he assassinated most of the people who would have come to power in case of his death. Also, his assassination would cement the Koreans point of view that the USA is a meddling, imperialist giant. That makes us look really bad!

We definitely know that Kim Jong Un has no dialogue with the USA, even if he did, would he listen? He seems hell bent on developing a nuclear arsenal and he can’t be trusted with that nuclear power, period. Even Vladimir Putin says North Korea would rather eat grass than suspend its nuclear weapons program.

Over the next few years if we let North Korea progress, I believe Kim Jong Un will sell those nuclear warheads and technology to other countries like Iran. Now, not only do we have to deal with North Korea, but Iran would definitely have nuclear missiles.

What better way to have someone do your dirty work. If the terrorists are able to get into the USA by way of, say…..a sleeper cell in Customs, they could use a miniature version of a nuclear bomb to terrorize the USA.

I am sure we have sleeper cells here in the USA, just look at the damage that was done in Congress from the Awan’s. I believe we are being attacked from within through computer technology as well as terrorist sleeper cells, waiting in the wings to do the unthinkable like poisoning our food.


We do know who helped Kim to further his nuclear missile program. Most likely they are not protected individuals. Without his trusted scientists who have helped him gain nuclear power, he’s incapable of mass producing these weapons.

According to Fox News, the scientist, Kim Jong Sik who was pictured with Kim Jong Un has apparently been hand picked by Kim to help him further his nuclear weapons program after successfully launching a Unha-3 rocket in 2012.

Reuters also reports that there are two other men that are helping to progress their nuclear capabilities, Ri Pyong Chol and Jong Chang Ha.

Would it be wise for the CIA or Military to possibly consider assassinating the three cohorts of Kim Jong Un? 

Since there’s a small population of aeronautics in North Korea, they cannot replace the three men that quickly. It would slow them down considerably.


Matthew Galat wakes up in the morning to an emergency 🚨 announcement on his phone 📱 Hokkaido, Japan [VIDEO HERE] The loud speaker was telling the Japanese to seek shelter. Can you imagine living through this? Not knowing, when? Where?

As reported by Fox News, on Tuesday, September 19, 2017, President Trump will be meeting with the UN Security Council in New York in the morning to discuss North Korea and possibly to talk about the UN Security Council members who are not enforcing the sanctions, such as supposed back room deals made between North Korea and China. A North Korean Foreign Minister will be there, you have to wonder what his statement will be after these discussions.

Fox News also brings up the 30% reduction in oil due to the sanctions and how hard it is to see if China is sticking to the sanctions. If the oil was traveling by trucks we could see how much oil was being supplied. But, there’s “a friendship pipeline” that runs between China and North Korea, so it is hard to assess how much oil is being supplied.

I really don’t know the answer to the continuing dilemma of North Korea. They may be just posturing so that the USA will give in on certain sanctions. Then again, they may want to be the little country that brings the USA down with an EMP. Either way, we better do something!
What do you think? 

Source for poisoning of Western Nations supermarket food:

North Korea Nuclear Test Confirmed

September 3, 2017

According to AFP, North Korea has just carried out its sixth nuclear test. The United States Geographical survey recorded a 6.3 magnitude earthquake after the test.

As reported by presstv.com, due to test a second tremor which was felt by China, measured 4.6 magnitude just eight minutes after nuclear test.


South Korea has refuted a news report that there was a second earthquake near North Korea’s nuclear test site.

According to Daily Journal, North Korea’s state broadcaster says an important announcement is coming at 3 p.m. in Pyongyang. That would be 3:30 p.m. in Seoul and Tokyo, and 2:30 a.m. EDT

Defcon reports that North Korea’s recent test was estimated at 100 kilotons.

Looks like the second test was not a test, but a “collapse.”

According to NPR, North Korea is developing a “super explosive” hydrogen bomb that can fit on an intercontinental ballistic missile. 


Looks like Kim Jung Un watched as a H Bomb was loaded into an ICBM as reported by KCNA (via XINHUA, China’s Official News Agency).

RT is reporting that the North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons Institute has a “more developed nuke.”

“Our hydrogen fuel, which can be arbitrarily adjusted from tens to hundreds of kilotons depending on the target of the nuclear strike, not only exerts enormous destructive power,” but can also explode at a high altitude, producing a “super powerful EMP [electromagnetic pulse] against a vast region,” KCNA said in the Saturday statement.

Many websites have been warning about an EMP attack for awhile now, which would bring down our electric grid. This isn’t good! We are aware that our electric grid is our largest national vulnerability. I hope we are keeping our eyes on Iran at this time also!

Statement coming shortly as reported by CTBTO.

Announcement most likely coming to us: https://youtu.be/TqWpXnaT4H0, if you speak their language, that is:

Japan’s Prime Minister, Shinzō Abe says he “will not tolerate” another nuclear test from Korea. Japan sends up sniffer planes to try to detect radiation, as reported by Anna Fifield who is a Tokyo Bureau Chief for the Washington Post.

As reported by Arirang News, Tokyo will coordinate measures with Seoul, Bejing, Washington, Moscow. North Korea’s “H Bomb” test was in provocation following the Trump/Abe phone conversation. Trump and Abe confirm trilateral cooperation with Seoul. North Korea’s test comes on the heels of the BRICS Summit

Arirang News also reports, UN most likely will call for harsher sanctions, mainly cutting off oil supply to Pyongyang.

As reported by RT, China strongly condemns the North Korean nuclear test, the foreign ministry said in a statement. “The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has once again conducted a nuclear test in spite of widespread opposition from the international community. The Chinese government resolutely opposes and strongly condemns it,” it said.

RT reports, on Friday Russian President Vladimir Putin warned that this type of behavior “could lead to regional conflict:”

“The situation on the Korean Peninsula, where tensions have grown recently, is balancing on the brink of a large-scale conflict. Russia believes that the policy of putting pressure on Pyongyang to stop its nuclear missile program is misguided and futile,” Putin said.

According to ksl.com, Chancellor Angela Merkel commented that North Jorean provocations have “reached a new dimension.” Merkel spoke with President Emmanuel Macron on the phone, both agree that North Korea has “reached a new dimension,” and are condemning the nuclear tests.

As reported by ksl.com, Macron’s office has said that Merkel and the Prime Minister of Italy, Paolo Gentiloni agree that there needs to be strong sanctions from the EU against North Korea. READ MORE >

President Trump is considering stopping trade with any country doing business with North Korea, among other options.

President Trump will be meeting with General Mattis and other military leaders to discuss North Korea.

Not sure what President Trump means when he says North Korea only understands one thing, sounds like he is getting considerably tired of their escalating threatening ways. 

The bomb that they tested was much stronger than the bomb that was dropped on Nagasaki!

Ambassador John Bolton believes North Korea is not quite there yet to be able to hit major cities in the USA. He stated to Fox News that North Korea could sell ballistic missiles and nuclear devices to Iran and terrorist groups around the world, who by the way has a lot of cash due to Obama’s nuclear deal.

It looks like to me that the US maybe considering taking out Kim Jung Un. North Korea has given us no other option, as stated by Ambassador Bolton: 

.@AmbJohnBolton: “The only diplomatic option left is to end the regime in N. Korea by effectively having the South take it over.” 

The President was asked by a Fox News Correspondent just moments ago; “will you attack North Korea?”

Dan Scavino, the President’s Director of Social Media, also Assistant to the President has a message from Secretary James Mattis:

“Any threat to the US or its territories including Guam or our allies will be met with a MASSIVE military response”

Black Mark? Does Anyone Know What That Means?

August 31, 2017

Very strange thing happened today, received a notification from a service (won’t mention the name) that was streaming an “URGENT” press conference by President Trump from the White House. Many people were in the chat room asking why so URGENT? Why always URGENT? I said “URGENT? I hope it’s not about North Korea.” 

I didn’t think I said anything wrong, but was quickly admonished with text from one of the sites administrators saying “that is going to give us a black mark.”

I was shocked, as I didn’t see what I said was wrong. What do you all think?

If they are going to censure what I say, whether it be the streaming network or the government, then we are really in trouble in this country.

If what I said is that big of a deal, then something must be happening with North Korea, otherwise why censor it?

I have since unsubscribed from this streaming service.

I never checked the bell on YouTube to receive streaming services, why in the world are they sending me a notice on my smartphone? “URGENT….”which would make anyone panic!

Anyway, there are many streaming YouTubes to follow…..I will be moving along.

North Korea Now Preparing For….Their Own Disillusioned Paranoia 

August 27, 2017

According to Fox News, North Korea has fired short range missiles on Saturday, which were all successful. These recent missile launchings were in no way a threat to US military stationed in Guam, North America or US territory in Guam.

Now, we have reports that the United States is having military drills, a ten day joint military exercise with South Korea which could pose a problem with Pyongyang, as South Korea is their long time foe.

State media in North Korea is calling this latest exercise “the most explicit expression of hostility against us, and no one can guarantee that the exercise won’t evolve into actual fighting.”

North Korea ignores that ever since the 1970’s these exercises between Seoul and USA have taken place. As reported by newstalk.com, the drills are mainly computer simulated and designed to hone responses to any situation from conventional weapons to a nuclear war.

According to marines.mil, Max Thunder is an annual operation military exercise. Their main mission is to increase joint interoperability and access tactical mission readiness. READ MORE >

With all the rhetoric coming from North Korea in the last couple of months, the USA must be able to defend us and our allies.

North Korea will most likely use these exercises as a claim that the USA is planning some type of invasion!

North Korea is now conducting their own massive invasion exercises according to Trump Dayz. They are preparing for possible invasion of Seoul. [VIDEO HERE]


Conjecture – Kim Jong-Nam’s  Assassination

April 28, 2017

As reported by 101 East, Kim Jong-Il had two illegitimate sons which the North Korean people were unaware of. Those two sons were Kim Jong-Un and Kim Jong-Nam. Both sons were kept out of the public eye.

As we know Kim Jong-Nam was assassinated on February 13, 2017. Both women assassins who were not North Korean were arrested and questioned. They both told authorities that they were hired, payed $100.00 each to carry out what they thought was a reality show prank.

Normally it is well known that the eldest son is the next in-line after their fathers death. Kim Jong-Nam Had fallen out of favor with his father Kim Jong-Il. He was apparently caught trying to enter Japan on a false passport to visit Tokyo Disneyland.

Kim Jong-Nam’s father sent him to China where he was living in exile under the name of Kim Chol. When his younger brother came to power, he purged family members, most likely to keep the secret. He did not want his legitimacy questioned. Very few people in North Korea know Kim Jong-Nam ever existed.

Kim Jong-Nam’s mother was a very popular North Korean actress, whom was married. If it became known that Kim Jong-Nam’s mother was already married it would of destroyed Kim Jong-Un’s “Godly status,” and that of his father’s legacy. The North Korean leader is looked upon as a Godly figure, without many blemishes to tarnish his life.

Quite interesting to note that Kim Jong-Un has never presented to North Korea his age, where he was born and grew up, what his mothers name is. The North Korean’s are kept in the dark.

Kim Jong-Un was very afraid that his brothers existence would become known in China which could most likely leak out to the North Korean people. The longer he lived in exile, and the many different countries he traveled to, besides becoming friends with several foreign media put his life in danger.

The London suburb of New Malden is home to over 10,000 Koreans, some 600 from the north. The Korean Association for Human Rights and Democracy is in New Malden. The Association is established by defectors from North Korea. As they are basically an exiled government, they looked upon Kim Jong-Nam to lead them. They felt that Kim Jong-Nam could be very persuasive to North Koreans. They approached him three times, the last time in Singapore in June of last year. Kim Jong-Nam expressly said he had no interest in North Korean politics. He stated he felt that the three generation Regime had to stop, that a revolution was the answer. 

They believe that Kim Jong-Un may have heard about the government in exile. Most likely it was reported to him by top officials. This most likely made him very nervous and paranoid.

The officials that Kim Jong-Un is surrounded by are left over from his fathers, and grandfathers regimes. It is very important for him to have their respect. Without the respect he would not be able to keep his place as the leader of North Korea.

All of this has not been proven, but the pieces of the puzzle sure do fit. Let me know what you think, and watch the below video, very interesting indeed!

Source: https://youtu.be/AHMiYmUooj8