North Korea told to SHUT UP: South Korea’s new president in no-nonsense order over WW3

South Korea's Moon Jae-in warned North Korea to stop making provocations after speaking with China

South Korea’s Moon Jae-in warned North Korea to stop making provocations after speaking with China [Reuters]

 

NORTH Korea must stop sabre rattling, South Korea’s new President said after Kim Jong-un blamed Seoul for turning the region into a “battlefield for nuclear war”.

hit out over the deployment of the US supplied antimissile system Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD)in the South, but South Korea’s new President Moon Jae-in showed he is taking no nonsense from despot .

In recent days North Korea has continued its war of words with Washington and Seoul with Kim Jong-un claiming US President Donald Trump wants world domination in an editorial in North Korea’s state-run newspaper, which acts as a mouthpiece for the state’s leader. Continue reading

Iran’s supreme leader tells students to prepare for cyber war

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has delivered a sabre-rattling speech to Iran’s ‘Revolutionary foster children’ (in other words, university students) to prepare for cyber war.

The supreme leader has urged his country’s students – whom he called “cyber war agents” – to prepare for battle, the semi-official Mehr news agency reported Wednesday.

“You are the cyber-war agents and such a war requires Amman-like insight and Malik Ashtar-like resistance. Get yourself ready for such war wholeheartedly,” wrote Khamenei. The supreme leader was referring to two of Prophet Mohammad’s warrior companions in early Islamic history. Continue reading

Putin announces permanent navy presence in Mediterranean to protect Russia’s security

Russia announced on Thursday that it will keep a fleet of about dozen navy ships in the Mediterranean Sea, a move President Vladimir Putin said is needed to protect his country’s national security. Continue reading

Beijing troop movements foreshadow upheaval in neighboring N. Korea

When given some thought, all the sabre rattling and threats could plausibly be the result of an already-collapsing regime that is attempting to distract the domestic attention.

Communist Party General Secretary and commander-in-chief Xi Jinping has asked the nation’s military and police forces to take full precautions regarding the possible collapse of the Kim Jung-Un regime. Continue reading

Russia’s Putin tells army to shape up for foreign threat

While the military threat currently emanating from Moscow may not be immediate, it’s purpose is five 5% sabre rattling and 95% conditioning for immediate combat readiness for an immanent war in the near future. Meanwhile, America is lulled into a false sense of security and still twittering about the Oscars, while its defensive and offensive capabilities are stripped/disarmed by its top leadership.

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Vladimir Putin ordered military leaders on Wednesday to make urgent improvements to the armed forces during his new presidential term, saying Russia must thwart attempts by the West to tip the strategic balance of power.

“Attempts are being made to tip the strategic balance,” said Putin, who as president is commander-in-chief of the armed forces, told his audience at the General Staff academy on Moscow’s outskirts. The head of the Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Kirill, sat in the front row.

“Geopolitical dynamics call for a quick and considered response … Russia’s armed forces must move on to a new level of capabilities in the next three to five years,” said Putin, who has not ruled out seeking another term in 2018.

He said drills must be sharpened up and held with less advance warning, to keep soldiers on their toes. Continue reading