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DEFCONWarningSystem.com @ 3 - China Mobilizes, Masses Troops on North Korean Border

DEBKAile Special Report | April 12, 2013 | 8:59 AM

Friday, April 12, the US raised its nuclear alert status to DEFCON 3, Condition Yellow (out of 5 levels), stating “There are currently no imminent nuclear threats against the United States at this time, however the situation is considered fluid and can change rapidly.” Many believe that North Korea will launch their test missile on or about April 15. Japan has instructed its armed forces to shoot down any North Korean missile that heads toward its territory.

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As Gerald Celente says,

"Currency war, Trade war, World War."

Here's a quick review of the

Here's a quick review of the Defcon levels:


the banker jews can say what they want im not playing their game

enough theater, we need liberty

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Is this just the MSM and Politicians blowing more smoke up our *** or is this for real?

This shit just got real.

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Nice distraction

to keep Americans from focusing on the attack on their 2nd Amendment Rights! Nice MSM and political tactic.

Push fear, pull rights

That's the agenda, it always has been.

"Timid men prefer the calm of despotism to the tempestuous sea of liberty."

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North Korea is a...

Communist Chinese proxy, and China's command/control economy is a creation of communist Wall Street investment banks and US trade policy. If not for the transfer of Trillions of dollars of investment capital and technology from the U.S., China would still be a backward third world economy. The globalized economy resulting from "free" trade includes the Military Industrial Complex. As a result, the US military does not protect the interests of the U.S., it protects the interests of criminal global elites. For example, most of Iraq's oil is going to China, and according to Peter O'Malley from HSBC, Chinese State Owned Entities (SOE's) have already begun mining a trillion dollars of mineral reserves in Afghanistan. So U.S. blood and treasure are subsidizing China's totalitarian regime. These treasonous policies are designed to subsidize China's totalitarian model and crush America's Constitutional government and economy. The following clips are Peter O'Malley on Afghanistan, and Pat Mulloy, a member of the U.S./China Economic and Security Review Commission. Mulloy says U.S. trade deficits will result in China's Communist government owning large chunks of the U.S. economy.

The Globalized Military Industrial Complex (GMIC) has a vested interest in creating the conditions for perpetual war. That's why US business and political leaders have partnered with Communist China and look the other way while China arms North Korea and Iran. Don't take my word for it, check out these short clips.


US leaders have a similar treasonous relationship with the Saudi monarchy, which funds a global network of Sunni extremism that produces an endless supply of new recruits for Al Qaeda. Facts to back this up are provided in these short clips from a Congressional hearing, and Alex Alexiev, a leading expert on terrorism.


North Korea's recent threats are a coordinated US/China propaganda campaign that not only distracts from domestic attacks on the Bill of Rights, but provides a pretext for strengthening the US regime's totalitarian policies.

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as pointed out below this is not DEFCON


The DEFCON Warning System is a private enterprise which monitors world events and assesses nuclear threats against the United States by national entities. It is not affiliated with any government agency and does not represent the alert status of any military branch. The public should make their own evaluations and not rely on the DEFCON Warning System for any strategic planning. At all times, citizens are urged to learn what steps to take in the event of a nuclear attack.


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Michael Nystrom's picture

If this threat is serious...

How come gold isn't responding as it should?

If we were on the brink of war, gold should be going nuts. Instead, it is down $26.00


It's not a serious threat,

It's not a serious threat, and gold is dead for the time being. Will be trading under $1200 by 2014.

Michael Nystrom's picture

If gold is dead for now it means the bigger threat is


Gold was the last to inflate. It started in 2001, after the dot.com bust. The housing market rose and fell, but gold rose, and never fell for the past dozen years.

Now that they've gotten the stock market and the housing market bubbles restarted, gold has fallen out of favor as the investment vehicle of choice. There are fads and fashion in "investing," (if you can call it that anymore) just as there are in eyeglass, necktie and dress styles.

The serious threat is an economic collapse, and I think all of this war posturing is the diversion. This is the sleight of hand. As the economy implodes, everyone's eyes will be on the brightly lit tracers reigning down across Asia, as broadcast on CNN.

If what you are saying is

If what you are saying is true then why are record amounts of physical gold and silver leaving the warehouses. Someone is buying large quantities. Price is fixed and manipulated by the FED. through it's proxies JPM etc. Physical silver is very hard to find. The Central banks are buying up every last ounce of gold they can find.

Price should be going up because of demand. It is not because the Government/FED does not want it to at this time.

I agree that that all this is- is a diversion. Yes it is covering up a coming economic collapse. I agree 100% with that.

An economic collapse is North

An economic collapse is North Korea in the early 90's. The USA is no where near that, even Cyprus is no where near that.

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I think the US is closer than you think

Outside of the major cities, there is a lot of suffering going on in this country. I think the only thing placating it is the widespread availability of nearly free entertainment - i.e. the internet.

So it depends on who you are. There is no economic collapse in North Korea for those guys wearing the giant hats, hanging around with Kim Jung Un. No economic collapse for the lobbyists in DC. In rural N. Korea, as in rural America, it is a different story. No big hats out there, and record low mortgage rates are meaningless.

Deflation - not that it has to be a disaster - but it would be for this country, based on how things are currently structured. Japan is trying to create inflation within its own borders by exporting deflation. The NWO can't have that. Suddenly Japan is enemy #1 for N. Korea?

Very convenient.

Do you mean "threat" or likelihood?

I'm not convinced that deflation is necessarily bad.

Here come wartime laws.

Here come wartime laws. Expect even more ammo shortages and private property confiscation.

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Maybe we should just

start making our own ammo. DP ammo....I'd buy that.

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challenge with that is not only is ammo (if you can even find it) extremely expensive, the components like powder, primers, brass, projectiles, and reloading equipment are equally if not more scarce.

A case of just 22lr ammo which was 165 bucks shipped several months ago is now going for over 720 dollars PLUS shipping today. It's gone up almost 5 times in price in some cases.

If someone hasn't been stocking up over the last couple of years, they are either paying out the nose, or just plain SOL.


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found this in just a couple of minutes. The auction still has 2 days left and it's already at 716.00. This is for Remington thunderbolt (aka "thundercrap") ammunition.

This is for 5,000 rounds

This is a whole case of .22 ammo. Is that a usual buy for someone with a .22? I don't have one so I wouldn't know.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

Misleading title US did not raise DefCon


The DEFCON Warning System is a private enterprise which monitors world events and assesses nuclear threats against the United States by national entities. It is not affiliated with any government agency and does not represent the alert status of any military branch. The public should make their own evaluations and not rely on the DEFCON Warning System for any strategic planning. At all times, citizens are urged to learn what steps to take in the event of a nuclear attack.


The DEFCON level is controlled primarily by the U.S. President and the U.S. Secretary of Defense through the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Combatant Commanders, and each DEFCON level defines specific security, activation and response scenarios for the troops in question.

Different branches of the U.S. Armed Forces (like the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, Air Force) and different bases or command groups can be activated at different defense conditions.

I was replying to this thread

I was replying to this thread, not to the actual DEFCON system, which I know quite well.

This OP post was in fact based on information gleaned from this private website's declaration that the US did increase it DEFCON, which it did not.

Thanks for misunderstanding my point.

Could it be all the world leaders are basically on the same team

except for a few? This sounds like distraction while the gun ban is pushed through and the 2nd amendment is torpedoed. They are so good at doing this. A rope-a-dope?

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I think that would be like saying:

"Could it be that all the pro wrestlers are on the same team except a few?"

Think about how that would work at the WWF. Everyone is on the same team, acting by the same script, except a couple come out to actually fight.

Something is going on, clearly. Something that isn't what it seems.

Drudge's headline up to a second ago was:


Curious, don't you think, that Japan just started an agressive currency war, and now they're about to get hammered by an actual war?

Now Drudge's headline is screaming in red:


It links to this page:


Which is currently down. Obviously can't handle the traffic. But "Express.co.uk"? Who the hell are they?

I think you hit the nail on

I think you hit the nail on the head Michael! It's all the sleight of hand all just a little to convenient.

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Trans Pacific Partnership is also in the background

This is a BIG issue that we are hearing little about from mainstream media. It could be pushed trough while we are all distracted with N. Korea threats of nuclear missiles.

(And re the WWF yeah I think they are all on the same team and practice together. It is called the money team. lol)

Trans Pacific Partnership
"In addition to the United States, the countries participating in the negotiations include Australia, Brunei, Chile, Canada, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, and Vietnam. Japan has expressed its desire to become a negotiating partner, but not yet joined negotiation, partly due to public pressure to steer-clear.

The TPP would impose punishing regulations that give multinational corporations unprecedented rights to demand taxpayer compensation for policies they think will undermine their expected future profits straight from the treasuries of participating nations – it would push the agenda of Big PhaRMA in the developing world to impose longer monopoly controls on drugs, drastically limiting access to affordable generic medications that people depend on.