Russia enters the game

SPOTTED: Putin ‘moves military forces’ to North Korean border as world prepares for WAR. VIDEO has been released (on social media) allegedly showing a mass military mobilisation in Vladivostok, Russia, just eight miles from the border with North Korea, as the world edges towards war.

IF TRUE, and it hasn’t been confirmed by the Russian Federation, this is important.
China, Russia, North Korea, and Trump’s forces are all in position to start the games.
Who will fire first?
Or, more importantly, who will fire next!

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6 Responses to Russia enters the game

  1. Not looking forward to WWIII. I’ll be putting a few more rows of beans in my Victory Garden–or should I be starting on the bomb shelter? There are several under driveways the next block up! Begonia

  2. I commented to one of them that I didn’t think they were deep enough or had thick enough cement on top considering how close we are to a state capitol. Just sayin’.

  3. North Korea has been a potential flashpoint for WWIII since its inception in 1945 and that only escalated with the invasion of South Korea by North Korea in 1950. That war cost well over million lives. While an armistice is in place that doesn’t mean a whole lot. NK snipers regularly take shots across the DMZ (not sure if it is mutual), NK naval and artillery forces will hit South Korean civilians and armed forces every year or two, and NK regularly tries to tunnel under the DMZ. Nuclear and ballistic missile tests by the North violate treaties, agreements and accords. Historically, the rest of the world has tried negotiation, appeasement, bribery and nothing but standing up to the “bully” has been particularly effective. Even China, the primary reason NK still exists, has at times had to resort to moving troops to the border and several cross border incidents have resulted in casualties on both sides.

    NK has provided missile and nuclear technology and arms to anyone with money including Iran, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and several terrorist organizations.

    The leaders of NK are paranoid and, possibly, just a bit insane. They are in control of one of the largest armies on the planet, the third largest chemical weapons stockpile on the planet, and fairly reliable delivery systems at intermediate ranges leaving South Korea, Japan, parts of Russia, Shanghai and even Beijing within range of nuclear, chemical or standard munitions. The Russians would be crazy NOT to have a pretty effective missile defense system in place around Vladivostok and other facilities on their eastern coast.

    NK can leverage a Russian threat to ensure continued support from China just as easily as they could a US threat.

    Who will fire next? The same country that has never stopped firing, NK. The only question is when will they will cross a line that one side or the other (or the other) cannot continue to ignore.

    • Which is why I’m a bit alarmed by Vice President Mike Pence saying that the U.S. “era of strategic patience is over” regarding North Korea and its nuclear and ballistic missile program.

      If nutters are in charge in NK, that’s like a red flag to a bull. Of course they will retaliate somehow, somewhen.

      Political talk is cheap but always inflammatory.
      Unless Russia, China AND the US work together (unlikely), there seems a good chance the bluff will be called.
      Only if it isn’t a bluff and the US go in! Who will China and Russia support?

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