I suggest that North Korea is about to get spanked in the near future – and that this is a key step towards WWIII. North Korea’s plan for many years has been to act crazier and show more military aggression whenever we go into the season when the United Nations is about to decide how much MONEY will be allocated to whom for things like food aid. Of course, North Korean dictators like Kim Jong-Un funnel money given for food aid into weapons programs, so they can “become a superpower” or at least threaten “enemies” loudly and demand more money again next time.
But the threat level has escalated to a point that is soon going to prove intolerable. Kim Jong-Un probably has ZERO desire to attack the United States or bomb any American cities. But it’s hard to ignore him – and irresponsibly dangerous to ignore him – when he keeps threatening to do so, as he actually develops the military capability to do so.
He does not want to be ignored. He wants to make threats as loudly as possible to get the reaction he wants, which gives him more money. At least, that is what it has done for many years. But there’s a new sheriff in town this year in America. Obama wanted to redistribute excess power and influence away from America and see nations like Iran and North Korea rise a few notches in the global pecking order.
No one else wants to see North Korea develop such capabilities – and since they are partners with Iran on such weapons development, North Korean nuclear missile capabilities also tilt the balance of power in the Middle East in Iran’s favor. So at a minimum, the United States, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, and Israel do not want to see Kim Jong-Un reach the point where he can threaten anyone and dictate terms.
For such reasons, and others I won’t get into here, I predict a massive strike on North Korea in the not too distant future.
I’m not the only one talking about this:
“For all the hope that this weekend’s UN breakthrough, in which the Security Council voted unanimously 15-0 to impose $1 billion in sanctions on North Korea exports, that saw both China and Russia side with the US, would lead to a resolution of the North Korean crisis, it appears that the rogue regime refuses to even contemplate a negotiation or a cooling of tensions and on Monday, North Korea threatened to use nuclear weapons against the U.S. if provoked militarily and said it would “under no circumstances” negotiate on its nuclear and missile weapons programs.”
“North Korea vowed Monday to strike the U.S. with “thousands-fold” revenge after the United Nations imposed new sanctions in response to a recent intercontinental ballistic missile launch from the rogue regime… North Korea, which consistently threatens to send “gift packages” to the U.S., vowed to take “righteous actions” that would make America pay “thousands of times.” The fiery response from the nation came in the face of the sanctions and as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson demanded the rogue nation halt its missile tests so the U.S. and North Korea could start negotiations.”
“U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley called the resolution “the single largest economic sanctions package ever leveled against the North Korean regime” and “the most stringent set of sanctions on any country in a generation.”
Haley told Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures,” “What we basically did was kicked them in the stomach, told them to stop and told them they are not going to put up with it anymore and the ball is now in North Korea’s court. They have a big decision to make. They can either respond by pulling back and said that they’re not going to be part of this reckless activity anymore, or they can see where it goes…”
“There is a military option: to destroy North Korea’s nuclear program and North Korea itself,” Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday on a television news show. “He’s not going to allow — President Trump – is not going to allow the ability of this madman to have a missile that could hit America.”
“There are innumerable variations, starting at the low end with sabotage, cyberattacks and general disruption. The high end could involve using air- and sea-based power to eliminate the entire program as American analysts understand it.” He also recommended that the U.S. “sow chaos” in North Korea by killing the country’s leaders through a combination of air strikes and special-forces operations.
These plans very well could be on President Donald Trump’s desk, according to Graham. During the TV interview, the senator said the president is mulling military action. He then tried to soothe any anxieties his war talk might provoke by insisting the destruction wouldn’t reach American shores.
“If thousands die, they’re going to die over there,” he said. “They’re not going to die over here — and [Trump’s] told me that to my face.”
“The United States is preparing for all options, including a “preemptive war,” to stop North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs, says White House National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster. Asked by MSNBC’s Hugh Hewitt in an interview on Saturday whether the US was planning to take military action against Pyongyang, McMaster said all options were under discussion.
“What you’re asking is, are we preparing plans for a preventive war, right?” he said in response. “A war that would prevent North Korea from threatening the United States with a nuclear weapon?” McMaster said President Donald Trump has been very clear that the US will not tolerate “North Korea being able to threaten the United States.”
CLEARLY – North Korea’s nuclear capabilities are seen differently in Pyongyang than they are in Washington. To Kim Jong-Un, they are a useful tool for getting money and for staying in power – Saddam Hussein and a long list of other toppled dictators might not have suffered the same fate if they had been armed with nukes. But the view from Washington – and Seoul and Tokyo – and maybe even Beijing – is that a serious nuclear capability in Kim’s crazy little hands is a bad idea that will not be allowed to continue.
Of course, my title for this article mentioned Nostradamus. What did his prophecies predict about all this?
In my recent book, Nostradamus and the Islamic Invasion of Europe, I suggest that “Nostradamus’ most common theme is the military invasion of Europe by an Islamic alliance of nations in the early 21st century. Iran and Turkey are mentioned most often, along with many other Muslim nations that unite to invade Southern and Western Europe. The United States is initially unable to help.” America will be too busy with other problems to defend Europe.
The most likely scenario involves a small war with North Korea, bogging down American military resources at a crucial time when economic collapse is causing global social breakdown and every major power takes advantage of the chaos by invading and annexing whatever they want. If China simultaneously makes aggressive moves in East Asia, ignoring American forces that are conveniently busy – but taking whatever land China wants, (Taiwan, etc.) what would America do? And if Russia does the same thing in Eastern Europe, and Iran and Turkey and other nations all go on the warpath simultaneously, America can not police the world while the economy and the social order collapse at home, especially if already in a war with even a minor opponent that stretches limited resources.
In Quatrain 10:72 one of Nostradamus’ most famous prophecies warned “from the sky will come the great king of terror” which would bring back to life the “great king of the Mongols” – before and after, war reigns. I would worry more about China than Kim Jong Un in regard to Genghis Khan – but the terror from the sky certainly could be nuclear weapons coming in on missiles. The king of terror in ancient skies was traditionally a bad astronomical omen like a solar eclipse – and there is a doozy of an eclipse, visible across the entire United States, coming soon on August 21, 2017. [I believe that eclipse may mark an important prophetic event for America, but that is the topic of another article.] Could the eclipse serve as a marker in time, a celestial clue that says watch for a leader causing terror near Mongolia at this time, because some major nuclear terror is about to occur?
There are even Korean prophecies: “There is a very well known Korean prophecy that started about 1000 years ago (Chung Gam Rok) and then reiterated and confirmed by many other scholars (for example: Kyuk Am Yu Rok) of the Confucian philosophy. Those Korean prophecies are very specific and elaborate in detail. It is a well known fact in Korea that those books of prophecy accurately predicted, the number of years (36 years) Japanese would occupy Korea and then their eventual retreat.
The division of the Korean peninsula into North and South and the eventual unification of the two Koreas were also prophesied… There are much more materials in the book of the Korean prophecy that also tells about what will happen in the world in the “end” days. They also talk about the pandemics and the famine that will kill many people in the world. But the most glaring subject of all in the books of Korean prophecy is this specific mention about the King who will come to Korea [from nearby, like China, but not from Korea itself] and judge all the evils of the world.” Allegedly this occurs no later than 2024.
Even Nostradamus, in Quatrain 10:75, suggests that the Messiah may return not in Europe, but Asia:
“Long awaited he will never return
In Europe, he will appear in Asia;
One of the league issued from the great Hermes,
he will grow above all other powers in the Orient.”
From the year 1999, mentioned in quatrain 10:72 with the reference to Genghis Khan and the king of terror – to quatrain 10:75 with – perhaps – the Second Coming of the Messiah – the prophecies in between speak of judgment and the great millennial age when the dead rise. Nostradamus certainly felt that events in Asia in the early 21st century were at the climax of human history. Nostradamus died in the mid 1500s, but he said in quatrain 3:94 of his prophecies that:
“For five hundred years more one will keep count of him
Who was the ornament of his time:
Then suddenly great light will he give,
He who for this century will render them very satisfied.”
Scholars agree that Nostradamus was talking about himself – and a heightened appreciation for the accuracy and meaningfulness of his prophecies which readers would have in the 21st century. I agree that Nostradamus was on target, especially in regard to WWIII in the early 21st century.