President Trump Does NOT KNOW; US Still In State Of Active War With North Korea; Not Honoring Armistice Agreement And Is Now Provoking Nuclear War Via First Strike Policy, War Games, PBS And RT Documentary Movies, Slave Labor

14 04 2017

AGR Daily 60 Second News Bites

President Trump promised to wipe out ISIS within 60 days, but nothing has changed in that direction and that timeline came and went.

Trump is now threatening North Korea DIRECTLY, by doing a FIRST STRIKE before North Korea does anything. What Trump does not understand or know is that the US is still in an active state of war with N. Korea.. This article lays out this history and reasons that led up to the continued state of war with this nation by the US.

His ‘first strike’ against Syria was also illegal, but when you are a white supremacist, you don’t have to follow any of the rules or laws that anyone else does.

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A Different View of N. Korea Nuke War Gamble

4 04 2013

The US may have had a reason for the fake nuke attack on N. Korea staged in their current war “games” but we can’t find one.

Here is some info not on CNN.

VIDEO: Korean crisis to cause global thermonuclear war: US expert

Benjamin Fulford  :

“The first thing people need to understand when looking at North Korea is to realize the country was set up by remnants of the Japanese army that was stationed in China during and before World War 2. The regime in North Korea thus closely resembles the war time government of Japan with the main difference being the God King is named Kim and not Hirohito. Remember, what is North Korea now was part of Japan or under Japanese influence from the late 19th century until the middle of the 20th century.

The next thing people need to understand is that part way through the post-war US occupation of Japan, a fundamental change in US policy took place. Following the murder of President Roosevelt by Nazi sympathizers towards the end of World War 2, a large part of the US intelligence community was gradually taken over by Nazis.

In Japan this meant that during the first part of the US occupation strenuous efforts were made to turn Japan into a pacifist, socialist country. Then as Nazi influence grew the fake so-called Cold War started and the policy shifted to fighting the Soviet Union. As a part of this new strategy 50,000 Japanese intelligence and military officers, experts in fighting communism in China, were brought over to Japan from North Korea.

This group has, to this day, exerted serious but hidden control over the Japanese political world in the post-war era. That is why it is no coincidence that the headquarters of the unofficial North Korean Embassy in Japan, the Chosen Soren (North Korean Citizens Association) is located next to the Yasukuni shrine honouring Japan’s war dead.

For much of the post-war era, the North Korean group in Japan was headed by Yasuhiro Nakasone and was closely allied to US power brokers like George Bush Sr. and David Rockefeller. For example, until recently the 20,000 strong Inagawa-kai yakuza gang prominently displayed a picture of George Bush Senior at its headquarters.” . . . (more)

On the author – “He worked in Japan as a correspondent for Knight Ridder, the International Financing Review, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun English edition, and the South China Morning Post before moving to Forbes magazine, where he was the Asian Bureau chief from 1998 to 2005.”


 U.S. Chemical Battalion’s Redeployment in S. Korea Condemned by CPRK Secretariat
Pyongyang, April 3 (KCNA) — The 23rd Chemical Battalion of the U.S. Army based in Seattle City, Washington State was recently redeployed in the U.S. Second Division in south Korea.
It was reported that an official ceremony in this regard will taken place in Uijongbu, Kyonggi Province on April 4.
The battalion was stationed in the U.S. military base in Chilgok, North Kyongsang Province as it belonged to the 19th battle area support command of the U.S. imperialist aggressor forces till 2004. It was withdrawn to the U.S. mainland. This battalion mercilessly killed many people in the Korean war and other wars. .  . . (more)


Hostile Forces Should Not Misjudge DPRK’s Will to Annihilate Enemies: DFRK Chairman

[snip] . . .“The U.S. imperialists and the south Korean military warmongers’ madcap war exercises aimed to ignite a nuclear war against the DPRK has entered the practical step, after going beyond the danger line, the statement said, and went on:  The hostile forces should not misjudge the will of the army and people of the DPRK to annihilate enemies.”

To see what the news agency says see their English website – KCNA

3rd Atomic Test from N. Korea – Updates

12 02 2013

SKorea believes NKorea conducted third atomic test

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea is believed to have conducted a widely anticipated nuclear test Tuesday, following an earthquake that monitoring agencies around the globe said appeared to be unnatural.

The South Korean Defense Ministry, which raised its military alert level after the quake, said it was trying to determine whether it was a test. Nuclear blasts can create tremors but they are distinct from those caused by natural earthquakes. . . . (more)


M5.1 – 23km ENE of Sungjibaegam, North Korea

Update, Feb. 13 –

North Koreans celebrate successful nuclear test – Video

Latest Korea nuke test dwarfed previous ones:  Seismic waves show steady progress to bigger bomb, scientists say

“A nuclear test explosion set off last night by North Korea was far larger—perhaps by three or four times—than the country’s last known blast…”

North Korea: Nuclear Test Coming ‘Soon’ – UPDATE: Maybe a Charade

24 04 2012

North Korea has almost completed preparations for a third nuclear test, a senior source with close ties to Pyongyang and Beijing told Reuters . . . .

And –  they are pissed off at the US for putting a bunch of missles around Asia:

Korean Central News Agency — The U.S. is intent on establishing missile defense system (MD) in Northeast Asia and Mid-east under the signboard of “defense”. It is even making far-fetched assertion that the DPRK’s satellite launch for peaceful purposes was a long-range missile launch. . .

PLUS – [unrelated but fun to read] –

North Korea is real mad at critic, Lee Myung Bak: 

The army and people of the DPRK will make rat-like Lee and his group meet the most miserable and disgraceful end for doing such mischief in rat holes as defaming the sun. . .

Do we really need to play nuclear chicken with China right now with all these out of control melt downs going on? Boys! Boys! Boys! Put down those firecrackers and come inside! – F.C.

UPDATE, April 24

North Korea’s preparation for third nuclear test almost complete

April 27North Korea’s new missiles ‘not very convincing fakes’

Analysts who have studied photos of a half-dozen ominous new North Korean missiles showcased recently at a lavish military parade say they were fakes     . . .