Mar 292013
 

In an official announcement from North Korea, it announced Saturday that it has entered a state of war against South Korea. It indicated it will deal with every Inter Korean issue in a warlike manner and threatened to “dissolve” the U.S. mainland. Earlier this week it placed its ballistic missile system on high alert. Today the White House has recently stated that it will not be intimated by bellicose threats and reiterated that it is fully capable of defending itself and its allies.

Mar 292013
 

It what was an apparent attempt at intimidation,  a North Korean MIG-21 flew within 12-30 miles of the South Korean TAL  (Tactical Action Line) and then returned to its base. The TAL is a virtual line designated by the South Korean military 12-30 miles north of the DMZ. If the line is crossed, South Korea will scramble its jets to challenge any intruder.  Reports do not indicate whether the MIG-21 was challenged. This comes within 24 hours after North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un ordered his military leadership to put their rockets on standby to be launched against the U.S. mainland and U.S. bases in Guam, Japan and Hawaii. Photos showing Kim Jong-Un planning attacks against U.S. forces indicated Washington D.C. was also a target.

Mar 242013
 

From the turbulent sea he has risen, this prodigy, this roaring, bellowing, angry man-child. His bellicose words bring cheers to the populace and fears to his neighbors. His prickles have now become spears and he sharpens them by the hour.

His impetuousness nears the precipice of recklessness. Stony is the soil of this mans soul. Beware of a new provocation within the next 45 days.

 

Mar 172013
 

We believe an attack will come in the form of a military strike with possible ground troops included. The attack will target the complex at Fordow and other nuclear sites as well as potential retaliatory strikes from within Iran. Iran will counter with a massive rocket attack on Israel from Lebanon and possibly involving Syria (although we see this as increasingly unlikely).