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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

FALSE FLAG/WW3 WATCH: ISIS Makes Threat Against Times Square in New York

FALSE FLAG/WW3 WATCH: ISIS Makes Threat Against Times Square in New York
LATEST IN FALSE FLAG, WW3 NEWS...
An ISIS supporter released a poster of Santa Claus on the group’s social media haunts. The poster shows Santa overlooking Times Square with a case of dynamite at his side.  In the image, the New York streets are filled with pedestrians at nighttime and Santa carries a bulky red sack.  “We meet at Christmas in New York… soon,” reads the text on the image.


It follows propaganda posters making holiday threats toward Europe, with a hand holding a bloody knife before a market in the neighborhood of the Eiffel Tower and a black-clad jihadist standing over Santa on London’s Regent Street.  The threat also comes as the ISIS-supporting Wafa’ Media Foundation has released numerous threats against the holiday and against the Vatican. In a message to fellow jihadists last week, the group noted that “the crusaders’ feast is approaching.” READ MORE

NKorea says test of new ICBM was success, and it can reach all of US mainland…

NKorea says test of new ICBM was success, and it can reach all of US mainland…
North Korea said it successfully tested a powerful new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on Wednesday that put the entire U.S. mainland within range of its nuclear weapons. North Korea’s first missile test since mid-September came a week after U.S. President Donald Trump put North Korea back on a U.S. list of countries it says support terrorism, allowing it to impose more sanctions.
North Korea, which also conducted its sixth and largest nuclear test in September, has tested dozens of ballistic missiles under its leader, Kim Jong Un, in defiance of international sanctions. The latest was the highest and longest any North Korean missile had flown, landing in the sea near Japan. North Korea said the new missile reached an altitude of about 4,475 km (2,780 miles) – more than 10 times the height of the International Space Station – and flew 950 km (590 miles) during its 53-minute flight. READ MORE




NATO warns of growing Russia and China challenge; higher risk of war

NATO warns of growing Russia and China challenge; higher risk of war
China’s growing military strength and a resurgent Russia will pose growing challenges to the trans-Atlantic alliance in coming years, and NATO’s moves to bolster its capabilities could trigger a new Cold War-style arms race, a NATO report said.  The report, completed once every four years, identifies 20 global trends that are likely to affect the alliance through 2035, ranging from artificial intelligence and accelerating technology development to climate change and growing inequality. General Denis Mercier,
NATO Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, told Reuters the report showed a higher risk of major interstate war than in the 2013 report. “We see a considerable increase in the risk of a major interstate conflict,” Mercier said in an interview on the sidelines of the Berlin Security Conference. His command will release a companion report that maps out what NATO should do to respond to these trends in the spring, with both documents to inform the 2019 NATO political guidance. READ MORE



UPDATE: Hawaii Reinstates Cold-War Era Nuke Attack Warning System.

UPDATE: Hawaii Reinstates Cold-War Era Nuke Attack Warning System.
Hawaii is reinstating a statewide nuclear attack warning signal in December to prepare for a potential attack from North Korea.  The alarm, which has not been used since the Cold War will be reinstated on Dec. 1 as part of a ballistic missile preparedness program, according to the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency (HI-EMA). Residents are instructed to immediately “Get inside, stay inside, and stay tuned” when they hear the siren. Alerts will be sent to resident’s phones and broadcast on television and radio.
“When [HI-EMA] started this campaign there were concerns we would scare the public. What we are putting out is information based on the best science that we have on what would happen if that weapon hit Honolulu or the assumed targets,” said HI-EMA Administrator Vern Miyagi during an emergency preparedness presentation. READ MORE

COMMENT BELOW!

11 comments:

  1. WHAT ISNT ISIS GOING TO ATTACK, LOL

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  2. The bankers want this war and they will make sure it is going to happen !

    Nancy Wilkinson/Maureen O'Hara

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  3. Jews collaborating with the USA. We are at their mercy. Where next?

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  4. They want us paranoid. That is what the war on terror is all about. Made up enemies which will help them to implant the global police state.

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  5. I wouldn’t doubt an attack on the Vatican or New York. Good thing I don’t travel much

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  6. Sick and tired of the North Korea vs. USA news bit. Trump and Kim Jung bum are both FreeMasons.

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  7. Fr. Martin said keep on eye on Russia/Ukraine. It is just a matter of time now

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  8. Hawaii has a lot to worry about these days. It must be so hard on the children. I wonder when we will start doing cold war drills again. Big cities beware.

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