North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made good on his promise to demolish his country’s nuclear test site, which was formally closed in a series of huge explosions Thursday as a group of foreign journalists looked on.
Israel has long carried out a ruthlessly effective policy of targeting scientists and engineers to deprive its enemies of a technological advantage.
Οι διεθνείς τραπεζίτες, επιζητούν την σταδιακή κομμουνιστοποίηση των θεσμικών δομών της Νοτίου Κορέας μέσω του μανδύα του φιλελευθερισμού και του σταδιακού ξεπουλήματος των κρατικών βιομηχανικών υποδομών της Βορείου Κορέας…
Yes! Of course! And so is Russia, who is not only supplying oil, but missile technology, boosting North Korea’s ability to launch intercontinental ballistic missiles. Check out this article from The Daily Mail. And where is Russia getting their technology from? Could it all tie in nicely with Operation Talpiot?
A lecture by John Stockwell given in December, 1989 on the inner workings of the national security council and the CIA’s covert actions in Angola, Central America and Vietnam.
The holocaust has been elevated above all other historical occurrences and is treated as an unquestionable truth – movies, books and documentaries are churned out on an industrial basis and the holocaust even has a dedicated international day of remembrance. Yet communist mass killings and genocides are largely ignored or even unheard of in the West despite the fact that communism has killed over a 100 million people. I examine the political and social reasons for this and lay bare the hypocrisy and double standards employed by the establishment when it comes to genocide.
Three-part Dutch series focusing on Zionist Jewish Chabad Lubavitch mobster Felix Sater (Trump’s Bayrock partner), Zionist “King of Diamonds” Lev Leviev, and other Jewish-Russian Zionists mobsters like Semion Mogilevich and Alex Sapir.
As tensions on the Korean Peninsula reach new heights with Pyongyang’s latest nuclear test, Japan is planning for a possible mass evacuation of the nearly 60,000 Japanese citizens currently living in or visiting South Korea. “There is a possibility of further provocations,” Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said at a Monday meeting with ruling coalition lawmakers. “We need to remain extremely vigilant”.