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British Secretary of State Refuses to Rule Out A ‘Preemptive Strike’ On North Korea

Mac Slavo
October 23rd, 2017
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Boris Johnson, the British secretary of state for foreign affairs, has said the option of military action against North Korea “must theoretically remain on the table” in discussions about the country’s nuclear crisis. Johnson refuses to rule out a preemptive strike.

According to The Independent UK, while speaking at Chatham House, the Foreign Secretary said it was “the duty” of United States President Donald Trump to keep the possibility of a preemptive strike against Kim Jong-un’s regime available at all times. “It is the duty of any president of the US given the threat that his or her country could face from a nuclear-armed North Korea, it is the duty of the President at least to explore those military options and keep them on the table,” he said. “And yet clearly it must remain on the table. The possibility of some kind of military option – there is a spectrum of things that could be done – that possibility must theoretically remain on the table.”

When pressured as to whether or not the United Kingdom would support a preemptive strike against North Korea, Johnson stressed that he preferred the “productive avenue” of talks orchestrated by China. “I don’t think anybody can conceivably want a military solution to this problem, and I know many who have studied the matter find it hard to see how the military solution might play out,” he said. He was also asked if it was now time that the world accepted the hermit nation as among the club of nuclear states. Although it didn’t appear that he answered that question directly, he did make reference to the Cold War.

“The public can be forgiven for genuinely starting to wonder whether the nuclear sword of Damocles is once again held over the head of a trembling human race,” Johnson said. However, the British politician did say the Pyongyang regime’s nuclear ambitions would not make the country safer.

“No one wants any kind of military solution to the problem,” he said. “But Kim and the world need to understand that when the 45th President of the United States contemplates a regime led by a man who not only threatens to reduce New York to ‘ashes’, but who stands on the verge of acquiring the power to make good on his threat, I am afraid that the US president – whoever he or she might be – will have an absolute duty to prepare any option to keep safe not only the American people but all those who have sheltered under the American nuclear umbrella. And I hope Kim will also consider this: that if his objective is to intimidate the US into wholesale withdrawal from East Asia, then it strikes me that his current course might almost be designed to produce the opposite effect.”

Johnson’s comments come on the heels of Donald Trump’s decertification of the 2015 pact with Iran. Trump said that his predecessor Barack Obama was taken advantage of in negotiations, and last week repeated his threat to pull out of the landmark deal entirely. Johnson alleged that the Iran deal proved crucial at a time when the country had been “only months away” from producing a nuclear weapon, which could have triggered an arms race in “one of the most volatile regions of the world.” He said: “Think of the nightmare that deal has avoided.” Johnson also added that Trump had not “junked” the deal and with “determination and courage” the joint comprehensive plan of action deal could be preserved.

Johnson also acknowledged concerns about Iran’s support for Hezbollah, its supply of weapons to Houthi rebels in Yemen and interference in Syria. “But that does not mean for one minute that we should write Iran off, or that we should refuse to engage with Iran or that we should show disrespect to its people,” he said. “On the contrary, we should continue to work to demonstrate to that population that they will be better off under this deal and the path of re-engagement that it prescribes.”

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  1. Genius says:

    I have read that a Chinese official said if NK fires one more missile that China itself would take military action against them. Whip that stepchild!

    • TheGuy says:

      Makes me wonder about a lot of things. That road they’re building. Is it for military convoys or is it to offer up the political asylum deal to all North Korean citizens? Mass exodus? God knows they have enough empty cities just kicking around…

    • The Deplorable Braveheart says:

      Genius, let’s all hope that’s true so we can stay out of it. But I don’t see what dog the limeys…..I mean british have in this fight.

    • CrackSummSkulls says:

      I propose the US Government Open a Government branch called “Dept of Peace and Tranquility.” There is profit in peace if you look.

      But Naw, cheating, by destroying all nations who refuse to be enslaved to prop up your Fascist Monopolies, just seems like more fun. And do it under the fraudulent guise of patriotism, freedom and liberty.

      The Majority of the Human Race is evil.

  2. Boris Johnson (Trump lookalike) refuses to rule out a preemptive strike.

    Evidently … he didn’t get the memo from China about their stance on a preemptive strike against North Korea.

    Johnson alleged that the Iran deal proved crucial at a time when the country had been “only months away” from producing a nuclear weapon,

    That’s a fargin LIE! To this day, no evidence has shown to prove otherwise.

    Johnson also acknowledged concerns about Iran’s support for Hezbollah,

    Lookalike Trump says this is bad … but Western collaborators have no problem funding, supplying, and arming their ally/fictional enemy ISIS.

    I’m having a difficult time, trying to understand how anybody could support or join our “modern day military”. It’s absolutely disgraceful!

    • CrackSummSkulls says:

      Remember what happened the last time we listened to the Brits.

      Bush’s 16 words- In President George W. Bush’s January 28, 2003, State of the Union 2003 speech, reportedly over 5,400 words long, perhaps the most memorable are Bush’s 16 words

      “The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa.”

      It was actually the British Un-Intellegence whopper of a claim.

  3. Historian says:

    A recent column by Bp. Richard Williamson:

    All prophecies are mysterious, including the famous Secret of La Salette revealed to a French peasant girl in the Alps of eastern France in 1846. However, that Secret certainly follows the Venerable Holzhauser’s broad outlines of the Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Ages of the Church, so that a large part of the Secret applies to our own end of the Fifth Age. Here is a substantial extract from that part of the Secret, in italics, followed by a Resistant priest’s presentation of how that end of an Age looks in our very own time. Firstly, Our Lady of La Salette:—

    “There will be extraordinary wonders in every place because the true Faith has been extinguished and a false light lights up the world. ( . . . ) My Son’s Vicar will have much to suffer, because for a time the Church will be handed over to great persecutions: it will be the time of darkness; the Church will undergo a frightful crisis. With God’s holy Faith forgotten, each individual will want to direct himself and rise above his peers. Civil and ecclesiastical authority will be abolished, all order and justice will be trampled underfoot. Only murders, hatred, jealousy, lying and discord will be seen, with no love of country or family. ( . . . ) Civil governments will all have the same objective, which will be to abolish and make every religious principle disappear, to make way for materialism, atheism, spiritism and vices of all kinds . . .”

    And secondly a priest of today:—“The Revolution has had a huge impact, and in 2017 it is a storm which is reaching its climax. Now is the time for us to hunker down, and help one another to survive the storm. This requires total abandonment to God’s Providence, and it requires more prayer and study to navigate and survive in the storm. It is no use hankering for that “Sunday Catholic” life-style which Traditionalists made a great effort to restore after the ea rthquake of Vatican II. Both the 1950’s and the 1970’s are gone for ever. By this crisis God is purifying His Church, which may be reduced to numbers and to a life-style close to those of the early Church. The beautiful buildings, relics, artwork and museums have been lost once to the Modernists, and they will be lost again to the Muslims, to natural causes, to wars. Let us brace ourselves to see the whole Christian heritage disappear, and as Lot fled Sodom, let us flee Neo-modernist Rome without looking back!

    “For let us dream that at the next Conclave in Rome, by a direct intervention of God, the truly best of Cardinals is elected Pope. What could he do to restore the Church? Practically nothing, except offer up all the persecutions that would befall him the day after the election. Why? Because, surely as with President Trump in the United States, all the administrative machinery of the Church would still be in the hands of the Pope’s enemies, and he would not have the good men to replace them. And even if by a series of miracles, the whole of Rome was truly Catholic once more, would not the rest of the world on its present course have become virtually inconvertible? What can now stop mankind from becoming almost totally inhuman, unnatural, unreal? How could even a converted Rome evangelize tomorrow’s Zombies?

    “We are going through a New Deluge, that of the Revolution, where the saving Ark which once was Rome has been hijacked by the enemies of God, and they are in the process of scuttling it. The Society of St Pius X was a lifeboat. But since 2012 it has thrown a rope towards the sinking Ark and is now attached to it. We poor souls of the “Resistance” are bobbing up and down on the waters, grabbing at pieces of wood for dear life. And that is how it is, and we had better face the reality around us.”

    Kyrie eleison.

  4. Kevin2 says:

    I sure hope that this is a psy ops head game and its not really done.

  5. Genius says:

    Most religions have specks of truth in them (enough to get people to go with it). Catholic church invented by Constantine in the 300’s is no better than any of them. I believe we are in a cycle that has repeated several times in the past therefor knowledge of it exists. Not to hard to add a little of it to any religion and be correct. Be a martyr for a bunch of zombies? I will pass on that one. Man must learn the hard way but never does. He just continues with the predictable cycle of destruction and slavery.

    • Kevin2 says:

      The Catholic Religion is a business, pure and simple.

    • Historian says:

      Your Constantine claim is complete rubbish. I am no longer surprised at the scriptural and history ignorance of Protestants.

      Scripture makes numerous references to a hierarchical church, specifically priests bishops, and the primacy of Peter: 1 Timothy 4:14, 2 Timothy 1:6, Acts 14:22, Acts 20:28, Titus 1:5, Acts 6:6, John 20:21-23, among others.

      The Church hierarchy was established while the Apostles were still alive. The Apostles who walked and talked face-to-face with Jesus formed and participated in the hierarchy and teaching authority, “the Magisterium.” The Apostles neither rebelled nor spoke against the hierarchy or teaching authority. The existence and legitimacy of the hierarchy and Magisterium preceded Constantine by almost 4 centuries. The hierarchy and Magisterium are apostolic, not ‘pagan.’ The phony claims of heretics then and now are contradicted by mountains of evidence. St. John the Apostle submitted to 4 popes in his life (St. Peter, St. Linus, St. Anacletus, St. Clement I) without one word against them. St. Clement’s letter in about 95 A.D. exercised his papal authority against a troublesome faction in Corinth. The Corinthian Christians, like the Apostles, respected and obeyed papal authority then and after.

      • Genius says:

        OK so explain what Constantine did exactly. He married the pagans with the christians to form modern catholisism. But then neither you or I KNOW THAT FOR A FACT as history is rewritten by the rulers of the time. Don’t post any ancient history you have read as if it were a FACT. The only FACT is that history is written by men that change it to fit their agendas. Religion IMO was the first form of govt. How about the Gnostics? Why were they killed off? If the Christian religion (re- legion) is true then explain how we haven’t seen a return of Christ. We were seeded/engineered by an ancient alien race. Makes more sense than anything else eh?

        • Genius says:

          However we are still subject to natural law. The universal law. The golden rule. Karma is real. Can you PROVE me wrong?

          • Karma has to do with reincarnation which is not Scriptural. But the Bible does talk about reaping and sowing. Reaping is the result of what we’ve sown. Reaping can be a good thing or a bad thing.
            Do not be deceived: God is not mocked, for whatever one sows, that will he also reap. Galatians 6:7
            With Karma you get what you deserve. In Christianity Jesus got what you deserve. Grace from God is the opposite of Karma.

            • Genius says:

              Uhhh, what is your point?

              • The point is karma is just another man made-up religion/idea.
                Religion is not from God. The Pharisees were religious, Jesus criticized the Pharisees for their hypocrisy. Christianity is not a religious system, but a relationship with God.
                The difference between Christianity and every other faith in the world is that all religions are about man trying to reach up to God with their own good works. Christianity is about God reaching down to man in spite of man’s rebellion against God.
                Not all who claim to be Christians actually follow the teachings of Jesus. Follow HIM not man. We only get one life here on earth to accept God’s way.
                Just as people are destined to die once, and after that to face judgment, so Christ was sacrificed once to take away the sins of many; and he will appear a second time, not to bear sin, but to bring salvation to those who are waiting for him. Hebrews 9:27-28

                • may as well drop it Abe, “genius” has a personal issue he needs to address within himself and instead goes on weekly post-fest’s questioning everyone elses faith; then postulates his own unfounded beliefs and ctarts crowing for others to disprove him, lol.
                  Its entertaining. he doth protest too much.

            • grandee says:

              karma means action, work or deed

              (in Hinduism and Buddhism) the sum of a person’s actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences

              it also refers to the spiritual principle of cause and effect where intent and actions of an individual (cause) influence the future of that individual (effect)

              Karma is closely associated with the idea of rebirth in many schools of Asian religions

            • Historian says:

              There is a religion that does teach reincarnation. Scroll down to gilgul neshamah:

              judaism DOT is/paganism.html

              • Genius says:

                I believe in reincarnation. It makes a lot more sense than christianity. Earth is a school for beings. I could be wrong but I doubt it.

                • Historian says:

                  “Woe to you that call evil good, and good evil: that put darkness for light, and light for darkness: that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter. Woe to you that are wise in your own eyes, and prudent in your own conceits.”

                  Isaias 5:20-21

        • Historian says:

          Recap:
          1. You made a bogus claim about Constantine founding the Church, then…
          2. You said, “But then neither you or I KNOW THAT FOR A FACT as history is rewritten by the rulers of the time” and then…
          3. You asked me to explain what Constantine did.

          So having made a claim that you admit cannot be proven, you ask for more history while insisting that history is unknowable. Go figure. “Genius,” eh?

          While some history has been falsified, the history of the Church has been so well-documented that the truth is knowable.

          If you are really serious (and not just looking to take drive-by cheap shots), I think that Volume 1 covers Constantine quite thoroughly:

          History of the Catholic Church,
          Vol. 1 (of 8) Period of Early Expansion
          by Rev. Fernand Mourret (translator: Rev. Newton Thompson),
          archive DOT org/stream/AHistoryOfTheCatholicChurch/VolumeOne#page/n1/mode/2up

          • Genius says:

            “1. You made a bogus claim about Constantine founding the Church, then”

            Bogus? How is that? What DID Constantine create out of pagan/christian faiths then?

            “So having made a claim that you admit cannot be proven, you ask for more history while insisting that history is unknowable.”

            Of course it’s unknowable, did you witness it? I don’t state that Constantines catholic creation is FACT just what is written about it.

            “While some history has been falsified, the history of the Church has been so well-documented that the truth is knowable.”

            Hmmmmm, so history was WELL documented including catholisism all through the dark ages too? For christ sake, it is PROVEN that a true story passed from person to person in REAL TIME degrades so bad that it isn’t even the same story after a short while. The catholics ARE an old religion from someone to gain control of them. Like saying ” I know “shithead” did the vegas shooting.”

            “If you are really serious (and not just looking to take drive-by cheap shots), I think that Volume 1 covers Constantine quite thoroughly:”

            When was that written? Oh ya centuries later using whatever documents were available. Like I said, you nor me have a clue if ANY of this is correct. Look at what is happening in skool today, history is being misrepresented and changed and this is all in real time. Don’t tell me it is an accurate representation 2000 years later (or 1759 years later). MAN IS MAN AND THE NATURE OF RULERS IS TO BEND THINGS TO SUIT THEIR DICTATORSHIPS. Even things like ancient scrolls, you DON”T know what they tell you it means is true. It is the current governments propaganda unless YOU know what it says. I would love to know true history but that is impossible!

            • Genius says:

              FACT: Historians are merely people that parrot info they have read and or been taught as being true. In the future the Vegas shooting will go down in history books as the “lone gunman” bullshit. Historians in the future will parrot that story as fact. There is sooo much false crap in history that it is virtually useless. Sorry to pop your bubble but I can THINK FOR MYSELF and use critical thinking. Some history is true, a lot of it is NOT.

              • Genius says:

                I like history too but I have to think about what is true or not. believing history is like believing the govt. You have to imagine the opposing stories too.

                • Historian says:

                  That sure was a lot of blather, smoke, and hand waving, but it did not effectively conceal that “Genius” has a deep disorder of logic.

                  You insist that history is unknowable, yet pontificate on history. From where are you channeling your history?

                  Having defeated his opponents under the sign of the Cross, Constantine eventually converted, was baptised, effectively ended the persecution of Christianity, and he allowed Christians to avoid servile work on Sundays, so that Christians would be free to worship at Mass on Sundays as Christians had worshiped for centuries.

                  Constantine did not invent Catholicism and Constantine did not change worship to Sunday. Backwoods pastors who preach otherwise to their gullible flocks are sadly misinformed.

                  Lastly I find it gutbustingly hilarious that you insist that history is unknowable, but you believe in reincarnation. Go figure, “Genius.”

                • Genius says:

                  You have no clue how stupid your reply is because YOU HAVE NO CRITICAL THINKING ABILITY! I’m done… move along unthinking one…

      • There is no good historical evidence that Peter was ever anywhere close to the city of Rome. The Catholic Church is the old Roman Empire continuing under a religious guise. Rome’s position of global inferiority next to the Church of England was cemented with the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588, the failure of the “Gunpowder Plot” to blow up Parliament in 1605, the founding in 1694 of the Bank of England and other events. Rome does not tell the Anglican-Episcopalians what to do. http://www.pilgrimsociety.org
        Just one Church of England figure, the Duke of Westminster, owns more wealth in buildings in 70 nations than the entire worldwide Roman Catholic Church, and the Royal family owns more than The Duke.

        • Historian says:

          Oh, really???

          It is an indisputably established historical fact that St. Peter laboured in Rome during the last portion of his life, and there ended his earthly course by martyrdom. As to the duration of his Apostolic activity in the Roman capital, the continuity or otherwise of his residence there, the details and success of his labours, and the chronology of his arrival and death, all these questions are uncertain, and can be solved only on hypotheses more or less well-founded. The essential fact is that Peter died at Rome: this constitutes the historical foundation of the claim of the Bishops of Rome to the Apostolic Primacy of Peter.

          St. Peter’s residence and death in Rome are established beyond contention as historical facts by a series of distinct testimonies extending from the end of the first to the end of the second centuries, and issuing from several lands.

          That the manner, and therefore the place of his death, must have been known in widely extended Christian circles at the end of the first century is clear from the remark introduced into the Gospel of St. John concerning Christ’s prophecy that Peter was bound to Him and would be led whither he would not — “And this he said, signifying by what death he should glorify God” (John 21:18-19, see above). Such a remark presupposes in the readers of the Fourth Gospel a knowledge of the death of Peter.
          St. Peter’s First Epistle was written almost undoubtedly from Rome, since the salutation at the end reads: “The church that is in Babylon, elected together with you, saluteth you: and so doth my son Mark” (5:13). Babylon must here be identified with the Roman capital; since Babylon on the Euphrates, which lay in ruins, or New Babylon (Seleucia) on the Tigris, or the Egyptian Babylon near Memphis, or Jerusalem cannot be meant, the reference must be to Rome, the only city which is called Babylon elsewhere in ancient Christian literature (Revelation 17:5; 18:10; “Oracula Sibyl.”, V, verses 143 and 159, ed. Geffcken, Leipzig, 1902, 111).
          From Bishop Papias of Hierapolis and Clement of Alexandria, who both appeal to the testimony of the old presbyters (i.e., the disciples of the Apostles), we learn that Mark wrote his Gospel in Rome at the request of the Roman Christians, who desired a written memorial of the doctrine preached to them by St. Peter and his disciples (Eusebius, Church History II.15, 3.40, 6.14); this is confirmed by Irenaeus (Against Heresies 3.1). In connection with this information concerning the Gospel of St. Mark, Eusebius, relying perhaps on an earlier source, says that Peter described Rome figuratively as Babylon in his First Epistle.
          Another testimony concerning the martyrdom of Peter and Paul is supplied by Clement of Rome in his Epistle to the Corinthians (written about A.D. 95-97), wherein he says (chapter 5): “Through zeal and cunning the greatest and most righteous supports [of the Church] have suffered persecution and been warred to death. Let us place before our eyes the good Apostles — St. Peter, who in consequence of unjust zeal, suffered not one or two, but numerous miseries, and, having thus given testimony (martyresas), has entered the merited place of glory”. He then mentions Paul and a number of elect, who were assembled with the others and suffered martyrdom “among us” (en hemin, i.e., among the Romans, the meaning that the expression also bears in chapter 4). He is speaking undoubtedly, as the whole passage proves, of the Neronian persecution, and thus refers the martyrdom of Peter and Paul to that epoch.
          In his letter written at the beginning of the second century (before 117), while being brought to Rome for martyrdom, the venerable Bishop Ignatius of Antioch endeavours by every means to restrain the Roman Christians from striving for his pardon, remarking: “I issue you no commands, like Peter and Paul: they were Apostles, while I am but a captive” (Epistle to the Romans 4). The meaning of this remark must be that the two Apostles laboured personally in Rome, and with Apostolic authority preached the Gospel there.
          Bishop Dionysius of Corinth, in his letter to the Roman Church in the time of Pope Soter (165-74), says: “You have therefore by your urgent exhortation bound close together the sowing of Peter and Paul at Rome and Corinth. For both planted the seed of the Gospel also in Corinth, and together instructed us, just as they likewise taught in the same place in Italy and at the same time suffered martyrdom” (in Eusebius, Church History II.25).
          Irenaeus of Lyons, a native of Asia Minor and a disciple of Polycarp of Smyrna (a disciple of St. John), passed a considerable time in Rome shortly after the middle of the second century, and then proceeded to Lyons, where he became bishop in 177; he described the Roman Church as the most prominent and chief preserver of the Apostolic tradition, as “the greatest and most ancient church, known by all, founded and organized at Rome by the two most glorious Apostles, Peter and Paul” (Against Heresies 3.3; cf. 3.1). He thus makes use of the universally known and recognized fact of the Apostolic activity of Peter and Paul in Rome, to find therein a proof from tradition against the heretics.
          In his “Hypotyposes” (Eusebius, Church History IV.14), Clement of Alexandria, teacher in the catechetical school of that city from about 190, says on the strength of the tradition of the presbyters: “After Peter had announced the Word of God in Rome and preached the Gospel in the spirit of God, the multitude of hearers requested Mark, who had long accompanied Peter on all his journeys, to write down what the Apostles had preached to them” (see above).
          Like Irenaeus, Tertullian appeals, in his writings against heretics, to the proof afforded by the Apostolic labours of Peter and Paul in Rome of the truth of ecclesiastical tradition. In De Præscriptione 36, he says: “If thou art near Italy, thou hast Rome where authority is ever within reach. How fortunate is this Church for which the Apostles have poured out their whole teaching with their blood, where Peter has emulated the Passion of the Lord, where Paul was crowned with the death of John”. In Scorpiace 15, he also speaks of Peter’s crucifixion. “The budding faith Nero first made bloody in Rome. There Peter was girded by another, since he was bound to the cross”. As an illustration that it was immaterial with what water baptism is administered, he states in his book (On Baptism 5) that there is “no difference between that with which John baptized in the Jordan and that with which Peter baptized in the Tiber”; and against Marcion he appeals to the testimony of the Roman Christians, “to whom Peter and Paul have bequeathed the Gospel sealed with their blood” (Against Marcion 4.5).
          The Roman, Caius, who lived in Rome in the time of Pope Zephyrinus (198-217), wrote in his “Dialogue with Proclus” (in Eusebius, Church History II.25) directed against the Montanists: “But I can show the trophies of the Apostles. If you care to go to the Vatican or to the road to Ostia, thou shalt find the trophies of those who have founded this Church”. By the trophies (tropaia) Eusebius understands the graves of the Apostles, but his view is opposed by modern investigators who believe that the place of execution is meant. For our purpose it is immaterial which opinion is correct, as the testimony retains its full value in either case. At any rate the place of execution and burial of both were close together; St. Peter, who was executed on the Vatican, received also his burial there. Eusebius also refers to “the inscription of the names of Peter and Paul, which have been preserved to the present day on the burial-places there” (i.e. at Rome).
          There thus existed in Rome an ancient epigraphic memorial commemorating the death of the Apostles. The obscure notice in the Muratorian Fragment (“Lucas optime theofile conprindit quia sub praesentia eius singula gerebantur sicuti et semote passionem petri evidenter declarat”, ed. Preuschen, Tübingen, 1910, p. 29) also presupposes an ancient definite tradition concerning Peter’s death in Rome.
          The apocryphal Acts of St. Peter and the Acts of Sts. Peter and Paul likewise belong to the series of testimonies of the death of the two Apostles in Rome.

      • The Deplorable Braveheart says:

        The catholic religion was totally bogus. My wife when I first met her was one of those “recovering catholics”. She told me stories about her life in the church that blew me away. Not much different from my experience as a protestant. I’ve stayed away from religion ever since.

    • TheGuy says:

      OP: Right my man but if the pattern is a repeating pattern… I’m not saying there’s necessarily something supernatural going on here but to be able to predict it, identify the causes leading up to it, and try to avert it… is a worthy goal. And there’s just gobs of empirical data they’ve been gathering since basically forever.

      Or you could just ignore it and say this time it will be different LOL!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Those limey posers won’t do shit! Bank on it.

  7. aljamo says:

    Trumps missing twin brother? I read that Israel delivered the first nuke to North Korea. Trump and Putin both read Veterans Today. The US wants that site gone. There must be a reason. I also read that Google has a 20,000 man army at their disposal. The US still plans to move closer to control Syria, Iraq and Iran building a toll road in northern Iraq to move closer to Iran. There is a fine article at veteranstoday.com titled: NEO-Oxford propaganda front attacks Veterans Today, the Neocons Witch Hunt Begins.

  8. Whiskey2BeerNback says:

    Someone needs to inform Fish’nChips that the USA is no longer a colony of Britain.

    He has no business defining what the duty of The President Of The U.S. is, or should be.

  9. Sgt. Dale says:

    What will be will be.

    There is nothing you or I can do about it.

    Don’t forget Nov 4Th. You in the big cities, Please keep your eyes open.

    Sgt.

  10. Lookingdown says:

    This idiot Boris Johnson exemplifies a Brit to a tee.
    A pussified punk that thinks the British Empire still exists
    when in reality the UK is filled with fluoridated limp-wrist
    sissies that are owned by the corrupt Rothschilds and exist solely to serve the Zionists. Of course these morons do not know this nor do they know that the UK is only after North Korea because they not unlike Syria, Libya, and Iran are one of the only countries in the world without a criminal Rothschild central bank. Most Americans also do not know that
    this like all wars are for the sole benefit of the Rothschilds and/or Israel. Pathetic but true.

    • Frank Thoughts says:

      Of the Europeans, the British are the most war-loving and they will fight. When Argentina misjudged the Falklands, the British sent a fleet down there and kicked butt. When Sadaam pushed it too far, the British were there to take him down. The British are itching to take on NK and Russia. Wisely, the British have also trained up vicious Muslim and black jihadis who could be redeployed out of the ME. Bojo is a Churchillian figure posied to lead the British to their greatest victory since WWII.

  11. TheGuy says:

    He looks like a cross between Trump and Gary Busey.

  12. Yes! More wartime cooperation with our “Pilgrim Partners”
    http://www.pilgrimsociety.org
    See the January 2012 lecture there, they are unhappy with me.

  13. aljamo says:

    I read something about after dying you should walk towards the dark instead of the light as many near death experiences or actually declared dead people walked towards the light. It was said that walking into the light returned you to another birth on Earth to live out another life here. While heading into the dark was the better option escaping life on Earth and advancing spirituality.