Archive for April 14th, 2017
WIth A Carrier Contingency off shore, most likely two Two Nuclear Subs below, They can annihilate that punk in one day.
North Korean Official: Ready for War If Trump Wants it
North Korea’s Vice Minister Han Song Ryol (AP)
Friday, 14 Apr 2017 01:15 PM
PYONGYANG, North Korea — President Donald Trump’s tweets are adding fuel to a “vicious cycle” of tensions on the Korean Peninsula, North Korea’s vice foreign minister told The Associated Press in an exclusive interview Friday. The official added that if the U.S. shows any sign of “reckless” military aggression, Pyongyang is ready to launch a pre-emptive strike of its own.
Vice Minister Han Song Ryol said Pyongyang has determined the Trump administration is “more vicious and more aggressive” than that of Barack Obama. He added that North Korea will keep building up its nuclear arsenal in “quality and quantity” and said Pyongyang is ready to go to war if that’s what Trump wants.
Tensions between Pyongyang and Washington go back to President Harry Truman and the 1950-53 Korean War, which ended in an armistice, not a peace treaty. But the heat has been rising rapidly since Trump took office in January.
This year’s joint war games between the U.S. and South Korean militaries are the biggest so far — the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier has been diverted back to the waters off Korea after heading for Australia, and U.S. satellite imagery suggests the North could conduct another underground nuclear test at any time. Pyongyang recently tested a ballistic missile and claims it is close to perfecting an intercontinental ballistic missile and nuclear warhead that could attack the U.S. mainland. NEWSMAX – CLICK HERE TO READ ON>>>>>
This is what we have setting of North Korea’s shore, you cannot tell me this isn’t making little Kim Jung Un shake in his britches.
NOTE: Carriers do not operate alone. Carriers typically deploy as part of a “carrier strike group” that includes multiple guided-missile warships equipped with the Aegis combat system. Aegis is the most advanced air and missile defense system in the world, capable of defeating every potential overhead threat including ballistic missiles. It is linked to other offensive and defensive systems on board U.S. surface combatants that can defeat submarines, surface ships and floating mines, or attack enemy sensors needed to guide attacking missiles. In combination with the carrier air wing, these warships can quickly degrade enemy systems used to track the strike group. Carrier strike groups often include one or more stealthy attack subs capable of defeating undersea and surface threats.
U.S. Navy carrier strike group. USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) is the strike group’s current flagship, and other units current assigned to Carrier Strike Group One include Carrier Air Wing Seventeen; the Ticonderoga-class cruisers USS Bunker Hill (CG-52) and USS Lake Champlain (CG-57); and the ships of Destroyer Squadron 1.[Note 2]
Arleigh Burke-class destroyers
USS Stockdale (DDG-106)
USS Sterett (DDG-104)
USS Gridley (DDG-101)
USS Higgins (DDG-76)
USS Benfold (DDG-65)
USS Russell (DDG-59)
President Donald Trump is abruptly reversing himself on key issues like NATO, China and Russia. As he
approaches 100 days in office he appears to be increasingly embracing what he describes as his “flexibility.” (April 14)
President Trump is suddenly winning positive reviews from a Washington establishment that has often feuded with the White House.
Trump has evolved — or flipped — on a series of economic and foreign policy issues, including relations with Russia, NATO’s relevance, Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen’s future, whether China is a currency manipulator and the usefulness of the Export-Import Bank. The changes have generally warmed the hearts of former critics, including MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Washington Post columnists David Ignatius and Charles Krauthammer.
Just as important as the policy reversals is the sense that White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon is losing influence in the West Wing at the expense of a more centrist group of advisers led by Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner. “Donald Trump is finally doing what we’ve been hoping and America has been hoping he would do,” Scarborough declared on his Thursday broadcast. “You can tell, the National Security Council is not Steve Bannon’s play yard.”
National security adviser H.R. McMaster and Defense Secretary James Mattis have also seen their stock rise. Both men were involved in the decision making over last week’s airstrikes in Syria, another departure for a president who previously had signaled a reluctance to get involved in that conflict. THE HILL – CLICK HERE TO READ ON>>>>>
To Those Who attend John Michael Chambers Presentation at The Highlands Tea Party On Tuesday Evening Or Wednesday;
John recommended a Movie all should see, it is a Paramount Picture you can watch in on Youtube for $2.99, below is the short for the The Big Short.
The Big Short: Watch 10 Dark and Hilarious Minutes From the Film
Steve Carell asks awkward questions about sub-prime losses, Christian Bale realises it’s a completely fraudulent system and Brad Pitt finds a sure thing in this extended clip from the Oscar-winning drama which hits Digital in the UK on May 16.
You can rent the movie for $2.99 at this Youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j13KSg4l9gM
The Big Short
THE GALL OF THIS LADY USING THE U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT FOR HER AND BILL’s OWN GOOD, AND WORKING TO STRENGTHEN RUSSIA, AN THE DEMOCRATS WORRY ABOUT THE RUSSIANS AFFECTING OUR ELECTION?
TIME TO LOCK HER & BILL UP
by DEROY MURDOCK April 7, 2017 4:00 AM
Kremlin-crazed Trumpophobes snored as Hillary and Bill made Russia great again.
The Democrats and old-guard news media (forgive the redundancy) are pathologically obsessed with the hypothesis that Team Trump and Russia rigged last November’s presidential election. If Donald J. Trump so much as played Tchaikovsky’s Marche Slav on his stereo, these leftists deduce, he was in cahoots with the Kremlin.
Meanwhile, the same folks who spy a KGB agent behind every filing cabinet in Trump’s White House are aggressively apathetic about Hillary and Bill Clinton’s policies, decisions, and actions that gave aid and comfort to Russia. Hillary’s much-mocked “Russian reset” established the tone for the Clintons’ coziness with the Kremlin.
On March 6, 2009, during a trip to Geneva, she presented Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov a small, red button. Hillary thought it was emblazoned with the Russian word for “reset.” Her team mistranslated and the button actually read “overload.” Nonetheless, Clinton and Lavrov jointly pressed the symbolic button. And a new era in U.S.–Russian relations erupted. While visiting Moscow on March 24, 2010, Hillary explained the Reset’s purpose: “Our goal is to help strengthen Russia.”
Hillary said this in an interview with veteran broadcaster Vladimir Pozner of Russia’s First Channel TV network. Pozner is a Soviet-era relic who still communicates in barely accented English. During the Cold War, he popped up on American TV and radio programs and presented the views of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Pozner’s pleasantries made him and his totalitarian bosses seem blandly benign. The shadiest deal that the Clintons hatched with Russia is called Uranium One. This outrage should mushroom into Hillary and Bill’s radioactive Whitewater scandal.
Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/446526/clinton-russia-ties-bill-hillary-sold-out-us-interests-putin-regime