South Korea Urges Restraint After Recent North Korea Missile Tests

South Korea’s Defense Minister Jeong Kyeong-doo on Saturday fended off calls to step up pressure on North Korea after it test-fired missiles last month. TIME Jeong told an annual security conference in Singapore that the tests were being investigated and a conclusion is within reach. “There are discussions whether or not it is a short-range ballistic missile. There is a perspective that it is a Russian Iskander missile, or it is a new tactical ballistic missile,” he said. “There are da...
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Australia: Chinese Lasers Forced Military Pilots to Land

Australian navy pilots claim that they were forced to land their helicopters after Chinese militia boats aimed lasers at them during a routine exercise over the South China Sea. FUTURISM The laser-induced, precautionary grounding is just the latest of many similar accounts by pilots from the U.S. and elsewhere, according to The Guardian — but now the Chinese government is denying that the incident ever took place. I’m Rubber You’re Glue A spokesman for the Chinese military told reporters o...
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Acting Defense chief Shanahan vows U.S. will no longer ‘tiptoe’ around Chinese behavior in Asia

In his first major speech on the international stage, Shanahan denounced China's efforts to steal technology from other nations and militarize man-made outposts in the South China Sea. NBC NEWS Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan blasted China in a speech to national security leaders in Singapore on Saturday. In his first major speech on the international stage, Shanahan denounced China's efforts to steal technology from other nations and militarize man-made outposts in th...
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Trump dismisses North Korean tests of ‘some small weapons’

BBC US President Donald Trump has dismissed concerns about recent North Korean missile tests, appearing to contradict his own national security adviser. In a tweet issued shortly after his arrival in Japan on Sunday, Mr Trump called the missiles "small weapons". US National Security Adviser John Bolton said on Saturday that the tests violated UN resolutions on North Korea. President Trump began a state visit to Japan on Sunday by teeing off a round of golf with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe....
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Second time in 2 days, Russian warplanes intercepted off coast of Alaska

KTUU.COM United States warplanes once again intercepted multiple Russian bombers and fighter jets off the coast of Alaska, making it twice in just two days that U.S. planes had such interactions with Russia so close to the state. KTUU first reported the incident on Monday, but according to officials, a similar intercept happened on Tuesday. The North American Aerospace Defense Command, also known as NORAD, confirmed the second incident occurred when two Russian bombers accompanied by two Su-3...
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China says it will increase its military presence in Africa

China is looking to strengthen defense engagement with African countries, adding to its economic and commercial profile on the continent. ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED BY CNBC For decades, China's presence in Africa has largely focused on economic, commercial and peacekeeping activities. Now, Beijing is building on that by establishing greater military links to protect its national assets on the continent and gain greater geopolitical influence. The People's Liberation Army conducts regular joint ...
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South Korea: There Will Be No War on Korean Peninsula

There will be no war on the Korean peninsula, South Korean President Moon Jae-In stated Thursday, adding that Seoul effectively had a veto over US military action in response to the North's nuclear and missile programs. Alahednews Tensions have soared on the peninsula in recent months, with Pyongyang carrying out its first successful tests of an intercontinental ballistic missile [ICBM], bringing much of the US within range. Last week it threatened to send a salvo of rockets towards the U...
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US Ignores China’s Warning About Inciting Tension Across East Asia

According to the most senior official in the U.S. armed forces, canceling the upcoming joint military drills between the United States and South Korea — drills both China and North Korea have said will only ratchet up regional tension — is simply not an option. THE ANTI MEDIA Stating that a cancellation is “not currently on the table as part of the negotiation at any level,” Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Joseph Dunford said Thursday the U.S. military must stay sharp and alert: As ...
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Most Dangerous Places when the SHTF

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There are some major us cities that you don't want to be in if there is a world war 3, civil unrest, food riots, power outages or other natural disasters. This article was originally published by Stefan Stanford at AllNewsPipeline.com In the new story over at Survival Dan called “During The Collapse: Where To Go And What Places To Avoid”, he reports that when IT hits the fan, America’s ‘population hubs’ will likely explode with violence, looting and the total breakdown of law and order as ...
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Trump’s WW3 Reset to lead America to New World Order

Will Trump's geopolitical world war 3 moves lead America into a new world order lead by China and Russia? Eric Zuesse - RINF.COM The disenchanted Reagan Administration official and much-honored economist and political scientist, Paul Craig Roberts, headlined on April 27th, “Washington Plans to Nuke Russia and China” and stated an impressive case that this radical conclusion is realistic, no mere alarmism. Roberts even said in it that “Russia and China cannot simply sit there and await Amer...
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Paul Craig Roberts: Sauron Rules in Washington

PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS “The problem is that the world has listened to Americans for far too bloody long.”  — Dr. Julian Osborne, from the 2000 film version of Nevil Shute’s 1957 book, On the Beach A reader asked why neoconservatives push toward nuclear war when there can be no winners. If all die, what is the point? The answer is that the neoconservatives believe that the US can win at minimum and perhaps zero damage. Their insane plan is as follows: Washington will ring Russia and China with ...
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North Korea Alleges Plot by CIA and South Korea to Kill Kim Jong Un

North Korea accuses the West and South Korea of conspiring to take out their leader while the world waits to see how China will really respond their rhetoric. It should also be noted that the Trump / China alliance is not what it appears to be. THE WASHINGTON POST REPORTS: North Korea accused the U.S. and South Korean intelligences agencies on Friday of plotting to kill the nation’s leader, Kim Jong Un, using “biochemical substances.” The accusation came amid sharply increased tensions b...
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World War 3 May be Delayed, Not Canceled

I know that most of us here are concerned about World War 3. I want to comment on this as well as terms and meaning. For example, many say there will never be a WW3 because the elites are in bed together. This is not any evidence that there will be no deception or false flag to engineer events that will send men and women out to kill other men and women. They are already doing it in and to the middle east and their people. Why will the WEST be sparred from all violence and blow-back from...
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China Orders US to remove anti-missile THAAD system from South Korea

This we could see coming. As the world was distracted with North Korea's threats and the US response, the THAAD system was being installed in South Korea. This system is a offensive system as are the systems outside Russia. They are setting the state for conflict and this makes a target out of South Korea. This is a major reason behind the protests there opposing the missile defense shield. The Independent Reports: ‘China has demanded the US reverse the deployment of an anti-missile...
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US Dispatches Drone to Spy on North Korea

ZERO HEDGE The US Air Force deployed an RQ-4 Global Hawk high-altitude surveillance drone at Yokota Air Base on Monday night, starting a five-month operation in Tokyo, Japan Times reports. The drone, the first of five to arrive in Japan, is tasked to survey ballistic missiles and nuclear facilities in North Korea, and is part of the 69th Reconnaissance Group Detachment 1. Global Hawks do not have offensive capabilities. Its mission is to provide near real-time aerial imagery reconnai...
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