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Russia Is Putting World Peace At Risk, Says Pentagon Chief Ash Carter


The US defense secretary, Ash Carter, has accused Russia of endangering world order and said the Pentagon was searching for creative ways to deter Kremlin aggression and protect its allies.

Speaking in California after eight days of travel in Asia, Carter also expressed concern about China’s expanding influence and growing military might. But he reserved his strongest words for Russia.

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Carter told an audience at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley that Russia was undertaking “challenging activities” at sea, in the air, in space and in cyberspace.

“Most disturbing, Moscow’s nuclear sabre-rattling raises questions about Russian leaders’ commitment to strategic stability, their respect for norms against the use of nuclear weapons, and whether they respect the profound caution nuclear-age leaders showed with regard to the brandishing of nuclear weapons,” he said.

His remarks were perhaps the strongest he has expressed about America’s former Cold War foe.

“We do not seek a cold, let alone a hot, war with Russia,” he said. “We do not seek to make Russia an enemy. But make no mistake; the United States will defend our interests, our allies, the principled international order, and the positive future it affords us all.”

The backdrop to Carter’s remarks is the reality that after more than two decades of dominating great-power relations, the United States is seeing Russia reassert itself and China expand its military influence beyond its own shores.

Carter cited several pillars of the international order that he argued should be defended and strengthened: peaceful resolution of disputes, freedom from coercion, respect for state sovereignty and freedom of navigation.

“Of course, neither Russia nor China can overturn that order,” he said. “But both present different challenges for it.”

Under the presidency of Vladimir Putin, Russia is challenging the US in many arenas, including the Arctic, where last year Moscow said it was reopening 10 former Soviet-era military bases that were closed after the Cold War ended in 1991. Russia also is flying more long-range air patrols off US shores.

Carter left open the possibility that Russia’s role in Syria could evolve into one the US can embrace.

“It is possible – we’ll see – Russia may play a constructive role in resolving the civil war,” he said.

In a question-and-answer session with his audience, Carter said he believed Putin “hasn’t thought through very thoroughly” his objectives in Syria. He called the Russian approach there “way off track”.

As Russia makes what Carter characterised as threatening statements about its potential use of nuclear weapons, the US was modernising its entire nuclear arsenal — not only the submarines, bomber aircraft and land-based missiles that are armed with long-range nuclear weapons, but also the weapons themselves.

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“We’re investing in the technologies that are most relevant to Russia’s provocations, such as new unmanned systems, a new long-range bomber, and innovation in technologies like the electromagnetic railgun, lasers and new systems for electronic warfare, space and cyberspace, including a few surprising ones I really can’t describe here,” he said.

Carter said China was the single most influential player in Asia’s future, and he noted that earlier this week he went aboard an American aircraft carrier in the South China Sea to demonstrate US commitment to freedom of navigation. Washington objects to China’s claims of territorial limits around disputed artificial islands there.

“As a rising power, it’s to be expected that China will have growing ambitions and a modernizing military,” he said. “But how China behaves will be the true test of its commitment to peace and security.”

This is typically famous for everyone, especially the story about the nuclear confrontation taking place in the Middle East. Actually, following the predictions of Nostradamus, one assumedly major nuclear confrontation will possibly happen in the area in which the aggressor is the one breaking the promise of not using the nuclear weapons or its violent power in any warfare. The sad tidings here would be how the naval fleets would go kept by other powers, and then they could get scattered due to the violence of the powerful blast.



During the course of 2014 to present day 2015 we have seen a huge up-tick  in global military action, in some countries we have even seen military personnel on the streets and in the homes and businesses of the people who they are paid to protect. We have seen global governments pushing and prodding each other into position of war via proxy wars, economic wars, as the war on humanity is what takes centre stage Enchanted LifePath Alternate Media Reports takes a closer look at exactly what countries are invoked in military procedures at home or abroad throughout the world.



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With the world inching closer to war, many historians, Biblical scholars and fans of Nostradamus are pointing to the current Middle East conflict between Israel and Iran. Global alliances could quickly turn a 2-nation war into a regional war, and then into a world war. How would the US fair and who would be on our side? We divided the world based on current alliances to see how the two sides match up and who has the edge.

WW3 began in 2015

The following battle lines were researched and chosen exclusively by Whiteout Press. We used a number of criteria to make our decision for each nation. Among the items we considered were; current military alliances, religious affiliations, historical alliances, ethnic ties, trade relations and statements by national leaders right out of today’s headlines.

Judaism vs. Islam, Christian civil war

As the world map is laid out, one of the trends we immediately notice is that the former Soviet nations and their Eastern Orthodox Christian faith will follow-up on their current promise and come to the aid of their Islamic allies in any war against the United States. With the Soviets come the global Communists, including some right in America’s backyard.

The Neutrals

It is inevitable that many nations will attempt to remain neutral. But in the global world we live in, there is no such thing as neutrality. Nations that can’t fight for or buy their neutrality, like India and Switzerland, will simply be used like pawns in a chess game by the world’s superpowers. We did take history into account and countries like Nepal, Nigeria and Sweden who have always fought for and won their neutrality during regional wars are labeled as neutral again here.

Other neutral countries are marked that way for a different reason. Some countries around the globe are so devastated and disoriented by current civil wars, they have no functioning government able to take any side. Some might conclude that a few of these civil wars are the first wave of the possible coming World War 3. In many instances, the wars are between militant Christians and Islamic Jihadists.

The numbers and statistics

We’ve left out nuclear weapons capabilities, as well as chemical and biological weapons. Nations don’t typically disclose their actual arsenal and half the nuclear-armed countries still don’t acknowledge they have the weapons of mass destruction. Another reason to leave them off the list is pure wishful thinking. For if World War 3 is in fact a nuclear war instead of a conventional war, there will be nobody left to read these words anyway.

In the cases of some small nations without any military or published information, we had to make our best guess. Most all statistics however come from each respective nation’s published data or one of the following sources:


Global Firepower

CIA Fact Book

IHS Jane’s

While the below map, numbers and accompanying list of allied nations is purely the result of the research of Whiteout Press, it shouldn’t be too far off from reality.

Population numbers for each nation are readily available, while even the number of standing military soldiers is a typically known figure across the globe. For ‘Land’ weapons, we tried to limit the number to tanks, heavy artillery, missile systems and similar offensive weapons. For ‘Air Force’, we included all military aircraft with attack capability.

‘Navy’ was trickier. Many nations have no access to the open ocean and instead use their small and medium sized vessels to rule the rivers that divide their continent. For ocean-faring, large powers, we used the number of warships typically from the frigate class and up. For smaller nations with no large warships but a small, armed navy, we included their armed trawlers, cannon-mounted speed boats, etc.


  Population Soldiers Land Air Force Navy
Iran and Allies 3,252,030,954 12,460,680 396,352 23,352 3,622
Israel and Allies 2,154,805,585 8,029,844 343,108 42,949 5,860
India and Neutrals 1,511,454,436 1,933,686 89,457 3,069 634

Iran and Allies

Country Population Soldiers Land Air Force Navy
Afghanistan 29,835,392 150,000 2,558 125 0
Albania 2,994,667 16,000 1,000 100 0
Algeria 34,994,937 435,000 5,134 440 41
Angola 13,338,541 130,500 1,500 8 7
Armenia 2,967,975 49,000 300 14 0
Bangladesh 158,570,535 100,000 1,000 500 25
Belarus 9,577,552 73,000 4,000 300 0
Bolivia 10,118,683 55,500 750 8 125
Brunei 401,890 5,000 100 30 15
Bulgaria 7,093,635 30,000 7,500 480 85
Burkina Faso 16,751,455 40,000 4,000 26 0
Burma 53,999,804 492,000 11,000 240 125
Cambodia 14,701,717 150,000 2,800 10 190
Chad 10,758,945 30,350 1,500 20 0
China 1,336,718,015 2,285,000 22,795 4,092 562
Comoros 794,683 500 0 10 2
Republic of Congo 4,243,929 65,000 200 20 15
Costa Rica 4,576,562 1,000 0 0 0
Cuba 11,087,330 38,000 6,400 140 30
Cyprus 1,120,489 12,000 300 25 10
Djibouti 757,074 12,000 12 2 4
Ecuador 15,007,343 35,000 350 85 20
Egypt 82,079,636 468,500 48,740 884 221
Eretria 5,939,484 250,000 1,400 110 30
Ethiopia 90,873,739 182,500 3,098 703 0
Gambia 1,797,860 3,500 10 5 6
Palestine 4,279,699 50,000 0 0 0
Guinea 10,601,009 22,000 60 10 3
Guinea-Bissau 1,596,677 5,000 65 6 2
Haiti 9,719,932 22,000 30 10 2
Indonesia 245,613,043 438,410 1,577 510 136
Iran 77,891,220 545,000 12,393 1,030 261
Iraq 30,399,572 276,600 5,344 1,139 15
Jordan 6,508,271 100,700 12,212 711 26
Kazakhstan 15,522,373 80,000 2,900 365 9
North Korea 24,457,492 1,106,000 20,692 1,650 708
Kosovo 1,825,632 2,500 0 0 0
Kyrgyzstan 5,587,443 15,500 550 115 0
Laos 6,477,211 29,100 50 24 16
Lebanon 4,143,101 60,000 5,785 100 50
Libya 6,597,960 119,000 6,844 480 21
Macedonia 2,077,328 10,000 220 8 0
Mali 14,159,904 12,150 720 17 0
Mauritania 3,281,634 20,870 540 2 10
Moldova 4,314,377 11,800 400 40 0
Mongolia 3,133,318 70,000 1,430 47 0
Montenegro 661,807 3,200 30 0 2
Morocco 31,968,361 175,000 2,875 125 17
Mozambique 22,948,858 50,000 1,130 12 6
Nicaragua 5,666,301 12,000 300 34 8
Oman 3,027,959 39,800 340 55 7
Pakistan 187,342,721 617,000 16,461 1,414 11
Romania 20,298,580 75,000 1,800 48 20
Russia 138,739,892 1,200,000 91,715 2,749 233
Senegal 12,643,799 19,000 160 3 9
Serbia 7,310,555 40,000 640 128 0
Sierra Leone 5,363,669 8,500 2 5 2
Singapore 4,740,737 72,000 8,000 422 47
Somalia 9,925,640 24,000 180 6 6
Sri Lanka 21,283,913 149,000 1,200 80 50
Sudan 45,047,502 104,000 5,600 240 2
Syria 22,517,750 304,000 25,406 830 19
Tajikistan 7,627,200 11,000 76 4 0
Tanzania 47,746,620 27,000 296 22 7
Togo 6,771,993 20,000 110 12 2
Tunisia 10,629,186 45,000 900 47 25
Turkmenistan 4,997,503 34,000 1,100 87 0
Ukraine 45,134,707 159,000 20,780 1,003 70
United Arab Emirates 5,148,664 65,000 1,100 200 72
Uzbekistan 28,128,600 55,000 950 245 0
Venezuala 27,635,743 155,000 2,084 306 50
Vietnam 91,519,289 455,000 6,600 258 120
Western Sahara 522,928 6,200 20 0 0
Yemen 24,771,809 401,000 7,968 350 65
Zimbabwe 12,619,600 29,000 270 26 0
Iran and Allies 3,252,030,954 12,460,680 396,352 23,352 3,622

Israel and Allies


Country Population Soldiers Land Air Force Navy
Antarctica 4,490 0 0 0 0
Argentina 41,769,726 73,100 4,241 463 42
Australia 21,766,711 57,500 3,259 374 53
Austria 8,217,280 40,000 400 40 0
Azerbaijan 8,372,373 86,000 1,200 150 30
Belgium 10,431,477 44,500 1,042 198 20
Belize 321,115 1,000 10 5 13
Bhutan 708,427 6,000 0 0 0
Botswana 2,065,398 9,000 100 40 0
Brazil 203,429,773 371,199 6,395 1,061 100
Burundi 10,216,190 40,000 750 30 25
Canada 34,030,589 67,756 5,106 544 33
Cayman Isles 51,384 0 0 0 0
Chile 16,888,760 86,000 2,674 315 68
Colombia 44,725,543 200,000 1,400 150 50
Ivory Coast 21,504,162 20,000 0 8 5
Croatia 4,483,804 20,000 240 115 35
Curacao 142,180 100 0 0 0
Czech Republic 10,190,213 20,000 850 135 0
Denmark 5,529,888 22,000 2,000 202 74
Dominican Rep. 9,956,648 44,000 400 40 25
Dominica 72,969 100 10 0 0
El Salvador 6,071,774 18,000 475 15 4
Ecuatorial Guinea 668,225 1,800 65 20 10
Estonia 1,282,963 18,000 180 18 40
Fiji 883,125 3,500 4 0 9
Finland 5,259,250 34,700 2,300 165 30
France 65,312,249 362,485 10,621 1,757 289
Gabon 1,576,665 5,000 220 33 12
Georgia 4,585,874 37,000 3,628 654 9
Germany 81,471,834 148,996 4,539 783 90
Ghana 24,791,073 7,000 10 10 8
Greece 10,760,136 177,600 44,500 741 133
Greenland 57,670 100 0 0 0
Grenada 108,419 100 0 0 5
Guatemala 13,824,463 15,500 75 25 10
Guyana 744,768 3,200 30 5 1
Honduras 8,143,564 20,000 225 35 15
Hungary 9,976,062 26,000 800 45 0
Iceland 311,058 250 0 4 3
Ireland 4,670,976 10,000 32 6 5
Israel 7,473,052 187,000 12,552 1,964 64
Italy 61,016,804 293,202 12,185 1,004 180
Jamaica 2,868,380 12,000 12 0 5
Japan 126,475,664 239,430 5,220 1,953 110
Kenya 41,070,934 24,200 300 57 6
South Korea 48,754,657 653,000 13,361 1,568 170
Kuwait 2,595,628 20,000 600 60 2
Latvia 2,204,708 4,300 10 5 10
Liberia 3,786,764 2,100 5 0 0
Lithuania 3,535,547 14,500 75 5 6
Madagascar 21,926,221 13,500 50 10 13
Malawi 15,879,252 5,300 25 3 3
Malaysia 28,728,607 124,000 2,465 258 65
Mexico 113,724,226 259,770 4,286 431 189
Namibia 2,147,585 8,000 120 18 1
Netherlands 16,847,007 61,000 1,450 235 36
New Zealand 4,290,347 9,700 20 25 17
Niger 16,468,886 5,300 10 2 0
Norway 4,691,849 26,200 2,164 136 70
Panama 3,460,462 11,000 20 0 4
Papua New Guinea 6,187,591 2,100 0 0 2
Paraguay 6,459,058 12,500 20 8 17
Peru 28,302,603 120,000 1,100 90 35
Philippines 101,833,938 120,000 2,379 289 120
Poland 38,441,588 100,000 7,259 555 80
Portugal 10,735,765 44,000 358 50 20
Bahrain 1,214,705 9,000 200 40 40
Qatar 848,016 11,800 760 92 86
Saudi Arabia 26,131,703 233,500 8,574 1,200 77
Slovakia 5,477,038 14,000 500 45 0
Slovenia 2,000,092 7,600 165 15 2
South Africa 49,004,031 74,000 7,186 231 53
South Sudan 8,260,490 22,000 200 4 0
Spain 46,754,784 177,000 3,241 716 95
Suriname 491,989 2,200 0 3 0
Swaziland 1,370,424 3,000 10 4 0
Taiwan 23,071,779 290,000 14,750 837 118
Thailand 66,720,153 305,860 4,392 913 164
Trinidad/Tobago 1,227,505 4,000 20 4 3
Turkey 78,785,848 612,900 69,774 1,940 265
Uganda 34,612,250 45,000 850 20 0
United Kingdom 62,698,362 224,500 11,630 1,663 99
United States 313,232,044 1,477,896 56,269 18,234 2,384
Uruguay 3,308,535 24,000 475 30 3
Zambia 14,309,466 22,000 285 46 0
Israel and Allies 2,154,805,585 8,029,844 343,108 42,949 5,860



India and Neutrals


Country Population Soldiers Land Air Force Navy
Benin 9,325,032 4,800 180 15 2
Bosnia/Herzegovina 4,622,163 11,000 1,000 16 0
Cameroon 19,711,291 40,000 2,000 50 50
Central African Rep. 4,950,027 7,500 150 10 0
Dem. Rep. of Congo 71,712,867 130,000 3,900 0 0
Nigeria 155,215,573 80,000 870 63 20
Rwanda 10,624,005 70,000 344 8 0
Sweden 9,088,728 25,000 2,809 318 387
Switzerland 7,639,961 134,886 1,148 87 0
India 1,189,172,906 1,325,000 75,191 2,462 175
Nepal 29,391,883 105,500 1,865 40 0
India and Neutrals 1,511,454,436 1,933,686 89,457 3,069 634





September 30th 2015, 23:33 UK Time







US Military Cargo Plane Footage Over The Skies Of Liverpool, England, UK

US Military Cargo Plane Circles Liverpool Skies In Low Flying City Training OPS – UK 29 SEP 2015

The C-17 commonly performs strategic airlift missions, transporting troops and cargo throughout the world; additional roles include tactical airlift, medical evacuation and airdrop duties.

A spokesperson for Liverpool John Lennon Airport said the 53m-long aircraft is taking part in routine military training.

The plane is performing low approaches to another radar vectored circuit, before repeating the entire process.

Last November another military plane was spotted flying above Wirral and was being used by the RAF to train aircrew.

UK must prepare for WAR with Russia: Army calls for fleet of battle tanks to take on Putin

BRITAIN must invest in its fleet of main battle tanks to meet an increasing threat of ground war with Russia, senior Army officers have warned.


It comes as tensions between Nato countries and Moscow continued to mount, with Russia threatening “nuclear counter measures” over a plan to bolster nuclear facilities in Germany.

David Cameron is currently trying to find a “compromise deal” with Russian president Vladimir Putin over tackling the IS terror group in Syria.

But Russian aggression in Eastern Europe,  an increase in Nato air-space incursions by Russian bombers, and the development of a new Russian “super tank” has led senior commanders to admit that the prospects of a conventional ground war In Eastern Europe can no longer be ignored.

The British Army has 227 Challenger 2 main battle tanks but, while they are still respected, they are in urgent need of upgrade.

Last year the British Army took part in live-fire Nato exercise in Poland with more than 100 armoured vehicles. Operation Black Eagle “highlighted the British Army’s ability to deploy an armoured battlegroup at short notice anywhere in the world in support of the nation’s allies.”


The British Army has 227 Challenger 2 main battle tanks

However the Sunday Express has learned that, unlike its Nato allies, Britain not able to deploy a full squadron of 14 tanks plus two in reserve within the regulation 30 -days time limit.

Some, according to serving members of the Kings Royal Hussars armoured regiment, took more than three months to make ready because they had been mothballed, or cannibalised for parts.

Speaking recently General Sir Nick Carter, head of the British Army, confirmed that the future of the Challenger 2 was being considered at the highest levels.

“We have got issues with the tanks we’ve got and if we don’t do something about it we will have issues – what we will do is in discussion, “ he said.

Senior Army sources confirmed last night that the development of the new Russian T-14 main battle tank, unveiled at the Moscow Victory Day Parade in Moscow in May, had “focussed minds” on the issue.

Putin-355791Putin Taking No Shit but Who Is Pulling All The Strings?

Boasting exceptionally think armour and an “unmanned turret”, the T-14 is the first of a new generation of power tanks for the Russia Army, which hopes to have 2,300 of them by 2020.

Last week Russia announced that it would be forced to take counter measures to “restore the balance of power” in Europe if the United States carried out upgrade its nuclear presence in Germany by placing 20 B61-12 nuclear bombs at the Büchel Air Base later this year.

Speaking last night Maj Gen Patrick Cordingly who, as commander of the “Desert Rats” 7th Armoured Brigade, led US and British forces to victory over Iraq forces in 1991, said:

“There are 100 nations in the world who have battle tanks – they have them for a reason and for us not to invest in our main battle tank now would go against logic.

“Even in Afghanistan, it would have been usefully to have our own battle tanks. We were forced to rely on the Danish army.

“A tank is more than a weapon system – it also makes a statement. And when you’re trying to reign in another country, it helps to be able to make a statement in this way. “

The 2010 Strategic and Security Defence Review saw most British battle tanks put into storage as planners focussed on “asymmetrical” warfare of the type fought in Afghanistan.

So convinced were military planners of this that BAe was allowed to sell off its tank-manufacturing base in Newcastle in 2012, though BAe retained a rump of 60 specialists at tis facility in Tidworth.

Britain’s armoured base in Germany was also earmarked for closure by 2019, though recently there have been moves to reverse this decision.

Events since then, including the Russian invasion of Crimea have shown Britain and the rest of Nato “must be prepared to revisit Cold War scenarios, and this includes conventional, symmetric warfare in Eastern Europe,” said a source last night.

However, the Challenger 2 will have to jostle for priority against £9bn worth of other armoured vehicles – many intended for conditions like Afghanistan.


They include the troubled Scout and Warrior programmes.

The Scout Reconnaissance Specialist vehicle has already eaten up £4bn.

“The Scout is now so heavy because of protective armour and anti-IED capability that is can’t cross bridges or be airlifted – not brilliant for a reconnaissance vehicle’” said one industry insider last night.

Last night Nick, de Larrinaga IHS Jane’s think tank said: The Ukraine crisis has certainly prompted a rethink. The chance of a symmetric conflict happening has risen, and our ability to deal with it is less than it was during the Cold War.

It needs to be taken a bit more seriously.

“If you look at all the mine resistant, ambush protected vehicles bought for Afghanistan are very little use doing anything cross-country.

“The one area that hasn’t been heavily invested in is the Challenger 2 fleet. Either a life extension programme or a replacement programme would seem sensible.”

Chinese troops to join Russian marines in Syria soon, says report


The Chinese troops are expected to join the Russian forces in the Latakia region, where the Russians are building a massive military base.

However, according to Israeli military news website – DEBKAfile, the aircraft carrier, Liaoning-CV-16, is already docked at the Syrian port of Tartus, accompanied by a guided missile cruiser.

In recent weeks, world leaders including the US have been forced to reconsider their stance on Syria, largely owing to Russia’s continued backing for Syrian President Assad and its bold move to dispatch military troops and aircraft to Syria.

A CNN report on Sunday (27 September) confirmed that Iraq has agreed to share military intelligence with Russia and Syria to fight Isis.

Similarly Iran, emboldened by the Russians, last week dispatched 1,000 soldiers to Syria. Iran has claimed that it has deployed the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) to assist the Hezbollah in Zabadani.

And within days after the arrival of the Iranian marines, reports last week revealed that Russian forces reportedly teamed up with the Hezbollah and the Syrian army to carry out a raid against an Islamic State (Isis) near Aleppo.

The Russians reportedly launched an attack on Isis at the Kweiris airbase located east ofAleppo.





4th Chemical Plant Explosion In 26 Days rocks China

September 7th 2015, 18:55pm UK Time


BREAKING: 31/8/15 – Another Huge Explosion In China – Shandong Chemical Plant – WW3


August 31, 2015 21:21pm UK time

Another huge blast at a chemical facility has reportedly occurred in the Chinese province of Shandong. The explosion, located in an industrial zone in Lijin, Dongying City, happened late on Monday, China’s People’s Daily reported.

The blast was so massive it could be seen and heard from a great distance. A chemical factory is believed to have been in the area. According to People’s Daily, the blast happened at around 11:30pm local time (3:30pm GMT).


China Sends Tanks To North Korea – FALL OUT WITH NORTH KOREA – Kim Jong Un Losing Allies???

BUILD UP TO WW3 – China Sends Warning To North Korea As The US Reviews Korean war Stratedgy


August 24, 2015 02:12am UK time

BREAKING: North Korea Sends Out 50 Submarines To Unknown Destinations

Kim Jong-Un Declares War On S. Korea

North Korea mobilises its submarines as one million volunteers pledge to defend nation against South Korea


Is China Behind This Escalation Of Tensions Between The Korean Nuclear Super power And The US Backed South As Retaliation To The Tianjin Explosion Just Over A Week Ago?


One million volunteers have signed up to defend North Korea

North Korea has doubled its artillery power and the majority of its submarines seem to be away from their bases, a South Korean military official said, as cited by the Yonhap news agency. The announcement comes amid ongoing talks between the two sides over the border crisis.

According to the official, more than 50 North Korean submarines are out for operations.

“Seventy percent of North Korea’s submarines left their bases, and their locations are not confirmed,” a South Korean military official said, adding that Pyongyang has about 70 submarines in total.

“It’s a very serious situation,”


Chinese Tanks Seen Moving Across North Korean Border Today


More Pictures Show The Mobilization Of Tank Destroyers Near North Korea’s Border Seen Driving In Yanji


Inter-Korean relations have been strained since the deadly sinking of a South Korean warship in 2010, which Pyongyang denied responsibility for. Tensions sparked up again this month after two South Korean soldiers were wounded by landmines along the border. The North denied laying the mines but days later Seoul began its propaganda broadcasts in random three-hour bursts from loudspeakers, including news reports and K-pop music.


Tensions have recently escalated on the Korean peninsula after both sides exchanged fire on Thursday. Also on Thursday there were reports that South Korea had ordered the evacuation of some 15,000 civilians from the border area to the west of the Korean Peninsula, reportedly shelled by the North’s military

On Saturday, Pyongyang delivered an ultimatum to Seoul demanding it stop broadcasting propaganda via loudspeakers across the borders. It set a deadline of 17:00 local time (08:00 GMT) on Saturday for this to happen. The North threatened ‘imminent’ military action if Seoul didn’t meet the demands.

However, South Korean Vice Defense Minister Baek Seung-joo told parliament that the broadcasts would continue, adding the North was likely to fire at areas in the Demilitarized Zone where transmitters are stationed.


The second round of talks between the North and South’s top officials are ongoing on Sunday. Earlier on Saturday, the sides started negotiations to try and ease the border crisis. The meeting lasted over 10 hours and went past midnight. The sides then adjourned to review each other’s positions.

BREAKING: Pentagon Confirms Explosion At Sagami US Military Depot In Japan – WW3 China Retaliates


August 23, 2015 11:12pm UK time

Pentagon Confirms Explosion At Sagami US Military Depot In Japan

The Pentagon confirmed on Sunday that an explosion had occurred at a US military base in Japan. No injuries were reported.

Video posted to YouTube appeared to show the explosion. A Department of Defense spokesman later said the blast happened just after midnight local time “at a building on a US army post, the Sagami Depot in the city of Sagamihara … about 25 miles southwest of Tokyo”.

In the statement emailed to the Guardian, navy commander Bill Urban added: “There are no reports of injury, and base firefighters and first responders are currently fighting the resulting fire to prevent its spread to nearby buildings.”

The Sagami depot is home to the 35th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, concerned with army supply and logistics including the management of chemicals and ammunition.

The local fire department said it received a call just after midnight of an explosion at a US army depot where it said “dangerous material” was stored, and sent firefighters.

It added that the fire had subsided and there was no danger of it spreading. The cause of the fire was not immediately known, the fire department said.

A US army spokesman subsequently told Reuters the building where the explosion occurred did store any hazardous material.


“The building that exploded was not a hazardous material storage facility,” said Lieutenant Kevin Toner. “We are in the process of determining the contents of the building. The depot does not store ammunition or radiological materials.”

Toner added that no troops lived at the depot, which is the workplace of an estimated 200 personnel.

In Japan in 2011, the 35th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion assisted in recovery and aid efforts after a catastrophic earthquake and tsunami.



An eyewitness told the NHK news agency she initially thought the explosion was thunder, but then heard multiple “explosions in quick succession.” She also reported smelling a “gunpowder-ish smell.



Saturday 22nd August 2015 4:30am UK time

China BOMBSHELL: China and America Already at War: Tianjin Explosion Carried out by Pentagon Space Weapon in Retaliation for Yuan Currency Devaluation… Military Helicopters Now Patrolling Beijing

Did the Rod of God weapon hit Tianjin?


“Last week’s explosions sent massive fireballs into the sky and hurled burning debris across the industrial area at the world’s 10th-largest port, burning out buildings and shattering windows kilometres away,” reports the Daily Mail UK.


The explosions that devastated Tianjin yesterday were so powerful, they registered as seismic activity by China’s National Earthquake Network. And the “quakes” geophysicists saw don’t even begin to capture the magnitude of the blasts.

Yesterday, two explosions originating at a warehouse owned by Tianjin Dongjiang Port Rui Hai International Logistics Co. ripped through the port city of Tianjin, smashing buildings and cars and leaving an apocalyptic scene in their wake. The first explosion was enormous, and the second was even bigger: the China Earthquake Networks Center is comparing it to 21 metric tonnes of TNT. A hundred miles northwest in Beijing, a seismometer station picked up the blasts as the equivalent of magnitude 2.3 and 2.9 earthquakes on the Ritcher scale.


The Chinese government’s official explanation for the explosion, which has now killed 114 people, is a complete whitewash. China is going to declare regional martial law in the next 18 days, Natural News has learned, in order to exercise total control over the movement of people and information. The government has banned reporters from entering the area and has begun arresting bloggers who promote what the government calls “conspiracy theories” regarding the cause of the massive explosion.

China has blacked out reporting on Tianjin in exactly the same way the U.S. media blacked out reporting on Dr. William Thompson, the CDC whistleblower who admitted the CDC buried evidence linking vaccines to autism. In both China and the United States, when the government doesn’t want the citizens to know something, it censors the story across the entire state-run media, invoking “information totalitarianism.”

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