April 16, 2013 in World
One possible scenario is a missile attack from the Asian front that hits a U.S. city or the city of a U.S. ally.
This missile may or may not actually originate from North Korea.
It won’t matter.
A series of carefully worded press releases, announced live on all the major news networks and echoed endlessly by the talking heads, will blame North Korea.
This will ignite Americans’ emotions and provide excuse for war in Asia.
Pundits will describe all of the events leading up to the conflict.
- North Korea developed weapons of mass destruction.
- The U.S. and its allies enforced sanctions but North Korea kept developing these weapons.
- North Korea threatened the U.S.
- The U.S. attempted to negotiate peace but North Korea refused.
- North Korea attacked with its weapons of mass destruction.
- The U.S. had no choice but to invade North Korea.
In a year or two or five, we will discover that the missile that started the war actually came from an American made launch system that was recently sold to North Korea or was actually fired by an American black ops group.
By then, a Rothschild controlled bank will have been set up in North Korea, leaving only Iran and Cuba as the countries without one, a couple of millions lives will have been lost, and millions of dollars will have been earned by defense contractors that contribute large sums of money to political campaigns.
One or two will have an attack of conscious and attempt to talk about it before he or she is arrested or assassinated or accused of sexual misconduct.
Of course, this scenario isn’t limited to a missile launch.
Bombs could be planted at the end of a widely attended race in Boston.
As I listened to coverage of yesterday’s developing events, I heard a female voice say the good news about the bombing is that no missile left North Korea at the same time.
My attention was distracted by an incoming phone call so I didn’t catch who said it.
I didn’t hear the voice again during the coverage.
The comment pushed my mind into warp speed in an attempt to process the information regarding North Korea and the situation in Boston.
Therefore, I have searched for alternative views.
He speculates that the bombing may be a way of delaying the hoped-for prosperity packages that were supposed to be announced yesterday, just as 9/11 supposedly postponed the announcing of NESARA.
I’m not convinced of the reality of the NESARA-related programs so I’ve not written about them lately.
However, I provide the link because Beckow does a good job of footnoting his writing and, even though the prosperity packages may be tenuous, there is ample evidence that current happenings in the market are contrary to what we would expect to see.
This is generally a sign that significant events are about to take place.
Even as I wrote this article, news of a near eight point earthquake in Iran crossed my desk.
My gut feeling is that this is somehow connected.
The fact that one of the largest quakes of the year happened outside of an earthquake watch or warning confirms my feeling.
In the midst of this whirlwind of activity, I am reminded that the peaceful response is to remain centered and to remember that what happens is perfect.
Therefore, instead of worrying over these events, I look on with amazement and wonder, searching for the beauty, and maintaining the intent to create a peaceful world.
Today is a good day to be reminded of this.
If the signs are any indication, we may have plenty of opportunity to practice this in the upcoming days.