North Korea to ‘launch missile TODAY’ as hundreds of ‘ELITES’ move to safety

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The Chinese have closed their border with North Korea.

The North and South Korean border is also closed.

Foreigners are advised to flee South Korea.

The North Korean Ambassador has moved out of London.

Japan is on a war footing.

America continues to rattle the cage.

Hundreds of elites are quietly moving to safety.

Britain celebrates the new series of ‘The Voice’. 

Ex-Feds & Wall Street Execs Are Going Into Hiding-Why?

 

 

In my role as a talk show host, I have been approached by individuals who claim to have “insider information” about what is coming, and according to these individuals, what is coming is very bad. Most credible sources demand complete anonymity.

As a result, I have found myself in a position to try and evaluate whether to write about and broadcast some very controversial information. Sometimes, my insider information turns out to be stunningly accurate as evidenced by the Chris Stevens murder story which was spot on. My information on the Aurora Batman shootings  has also proven to be very accurate.

There is a risk in using unnamed sources. Simply, they could be wrong, they could be disinformation agents or they might just be crazy as they are looking for their 15 minutes of fame. It takes a degree of courage to air information derived from confidential sources. Therefore, I want to thank Doug Hagmann for daring to publish his dire warnings which come from an inside source at DHS. I have subsequently decided to reveal what I know as well.

The decision to air these warnings will undoubtedly encourage others to come forward. Hopefully, so many “insiders” will come forward that it will become impossible to hide what it is coming from those who are actively seeking answers. To the general public, it does not matter what they are told, for they will still believe that the government will take care of them, CNN truthfully reports the news and Santa Claus exists. As a result, these fools will never know what hit them.

Although the Hagmann warnings differ somewhat from my sources, there are some common threads. One area that Hagmann’s source did not focus on is the dropping out of sight by ex-federal officials and prominent figures on Wall Street. and that is the remaining focus of this article.

The Marrs Observation

wall street undergroundIn a December 9, 2012 interview on The Common Sense Show, Jim Marrs discussed how approximately 400-500 top level bankers have left their positions and have gone into seclusion. Marrs reminded my listening audience of how the elite have developed seed vaults which only they have access to.

Marrs was clearly alluding to the fact that some very bad events are coming and the global elite are aware of it and are moving to meet the threat. My insider sources inform me that the same thing is happening in various federal organizations who have recently retired from the CIA, DHS, NSA and FEMA. This fact is indisputable. I have firsthand knowledge of three ex-fed officials and their families who have relocated to safety enclaves when doing so was very disruptive to their respective family’s lives. Increasingly, it is looking like some major event(s) is/are coming and persons with insider information are attempting to remove themselves from harm’s way.

Massive Retirements From
the Alphabet Soup Agencies

When government officials, from the various alphabet soup agencies, retire en masse, it is not necessarily a noteworthy event. However, when the same officials retire en masse and then relocate to form their own survivalist enclaves, then this is something that we should all sit up and take notice of, especially when we are seeing the same behavior on the part of Wall Street executives.

In my dealings with purported alphabet soup agency informants, I have been receiving some very dire warnings in terms of what lies ahead for America. Given the above facts, it should be understandable why I found the recent Hagmann interview with Rosebud to be a little bit more than interesting.

I have had conversations with two insiders and a relative of another insider who tell similar stories of a coming series of apocalyptic events. Much of the Hagmann information, to a large extent, corresponds to the information I’ve received except for the fact that many ex-feds are forming self-sustaining communities. Therefore, this installment will strictly deal with the fact that officials from the NSA, CIA, DHS and FEMA are retiring/early retiring and going into seclusion with their former comrades in arms.

DHS and CIA Relocations

It is a matter of official agency policy that some current DHS and CIA officials and their families will be provided safe sanctuary in various strategic locations in Colorado in times of trouble. Most people in the know are aware of the underground facilities which lies below the Denver International Airport which has an underground connected railway to the Cheyenne Mountain NORAD/Fort Carson/Peterson Air Force Base underground facilities.

The structures are part of the Continuity of Government program developed by the United States government in the early days of the Cold War. However these facilities are increasingly becoming the planned refuge for many of the global elite residing within the United States when all hell breaks loose. In September 2011, the evacuation of the elite to this safe hideaway was rehearsed in the DHS exercise known as Operation Mountain Guardian in which the Denver airport was shut down to commercial air travel except for specific, undesignated planes which were allowed to land in preparation for some staged catastrophe. This aforementioned event is not newsworthy because it has been reported in the mainstream.

However, where this even becomes noteworthy to the public is because it is not coincidental that the CIA has relocated its major data collection facilities to underground structures in the Denver International Airport. The implications for residents living in or near the Washington DC Metropolitan area should be clear. The planned obsolescence for the nation’s capital is becoming increasingly apparent. If I were you and I lived in this area, I would be looking for a new place to live in the very near future. The previous information is what is publicly available. The following information has not been disseminated but is highly relevant to what lies ahead.

Ex-CIA and DHS Relocations

Parallel to the Colorado being prepared to become the new capital, it is highly relevant to note that retired officials from the DHS and the CIA, who are not part of the privileged elite but who know what is coming, have developed their own enclaves in the Rocky Mountains outside of Denver and Colorado Springs. As it has been described to me that these facilities are a poor man’s imitation of the Denver International Airport facilities. The structures are largely natural, but are very well equipped and the resources include a self-contained air supply. My source for this information is a former DHS insider.

This is the same insider who revealed to me in mid-2008 of a rift between the old guard of the New World Order and the up and coming new wealth of the same group. His information at that time proved to highly credible then and I believe that this is credible as well.

NSA Relocations

ozarksRecently, retired officials from the NSA have relocated to an area in the Ozarks where they have access to underground safety zone which have/are being transformed into mini-villages of self-sustainable protection. Their properties consist typically of 5 to 10 acres for each family, contains a portable water supply, residents are armed to the teeth, have alternative communications that are not reliant on the grid and have years of stored food.

My source is an individual who retired from the NSA almost two years ago. His decision to participate in the relocation was triggered by the impending re-election of President Obama which he said will hasten the onslaught of what is to come because Obama’s administration fully embraces the destruction of America.

Ex-FEMA Relocations

north carolinaRecently retired officials from FEMA are relocating to mountainous areas, in North Carolina, approximately one hour from the coast. Their enclave contains the same resources involving air, water, food and guns. These enclaves also include underground structures which are sensibly self-contained and can serve to isolate the inhabitants from the outside. I have two sources on this information which includes a family member and a retired FEMA official who has chosen not to participate in this relocation.

The nonparticipant ex-official from FEMA did not seek sanctuary with these groups because he feels that several of these enclaves will be targeted for destruction by the powers that be because of the knowledge contained by the inhabitants in this case of “dead men tell no tales.” This makes sense because it would allow the elite, following the coming cataclysms, to rewrite history in their own version without any contradiction from knowledgeable individuals that know what really has gone on. This insider knowledge is a threat which would serve as an obstacle to the new truth. Personally, I think this view has a great deal of merit.

Conclusion

I fully realize that unnamed sources don’t carry as much credibility as documented sources. However, as similar stories make their way into the national discussion, it might be wise to take a closer look. I don’t ask that the facts presented here be taken at face value, I encourage everyone to do their own research  and if you find credibility to the claims made in the following parts in this series, it would be prudent to take the proper precautions.

What is coming, you ask? That will be the topic of Part Two.

 

North Korea to ‘launch missile TODAY’ after warning foreigners to evacuate South as thousands stage war dance of death

  • Thousands of North Koreans danced in honour of Kim Jony-Il on Tuesday
  • Pyongyang told foreigners and tourists to leave South Korea
  • North Korea said the two countries are on verge of nuclear war
  • Japan deployed missile interceptors around Tokyo in case of attack
  • Jointly run factory in Korean Demilitarized Zone remains closed yesterday
  • South Korean President Park Geun-hye exasperated by ‘endless vicious cycle’ of hostile behaviour from North Korea

By BECKY EVANS

PUBLISHED: 08:49, 9 April 2013 | UPDATED: 02:05, 10 April 2013

 

North Korea is preparing to launch a mid-range missile launch today from its east coast, officials in Seoul have claimed – hours after foreigners living in South Korea were warned to leave the country.

The chilling forecast came as thousands of North Koreans held a mass waltz yesterday to celebrate the father of madman dictator Kim Jong-un.

Women dressed in brightly coloured traditional costume danced with their partners in front of the Monument to the Foundation of the Workers’ Party in Pyongyang. 

Meanwhile the Communist government issued a stark warning about the prospect of war, saying: ‘We do not wish harm on foreigners in South Korea should there be a war.’


Thousands of North Koreans dance in Pyongyang in celebration of their former leader Kim Jong-Il Thousands of North Koreans dance in Pyongyang in celebration of their former leader Kim Jong-Il

 

The event came as Pyongyang warned foreigners to leave the South, saying the two Koreas are on the verge of civil warEvent came as Pyongyang warned foreigners to leave the South, saying two Koreas are on verge of civil war

 

 

 

North Korea ‘must choose path to peace’ says White House

 

It added: ‘The situation on the Korean Peninsula is inching close to a thermo-nuclear war. Once a war is ignited on the peninsula, it will be an all-out war, a merciless, sacred, retaliatory war waged by the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea).’

North Korea warned all foreigners to evacuate South Korea yesterday because the two countries are on the verge of a nuclear war – as Japan set up a huge new anti-missile system in Tokyo.

 

 

Foreign companies and tourists in the South have been told to leave as Kim Jong Un continues to ramp up tensions on the Korean Peninsula.

South Korean President Park Geun-hye said yesterday that she is exasperated by the ‘endless vicious cycle’ of hostile behaviour from the North. 

Japan has responded to continuing threats from Pyongyang by deploying missile interceptors in key locations around Tokyo.

Japan has deployed missile interceptors across Tokyo as precaution against North Korean attack Japan has deployed missile interceptors across Tokyo as precaution against North Korean attack

 

Japan's chief cabinet spokesman said the government is 'doing all we can to protect the safety of our nation'Japan’s chief cabinet spokesman said the government is ‘doing all we can to protect the safety of our nation’

 

North Korea has warned all foreigners to leave South Korea as Kim Jong-un's government continues to increase tensions on the Korean Peninsula

North Korea has warned all foreigners to leave South Korea as Kim Jong-un’s government continues to increase tensions on the Korean Peninsula

On Monday, chief cabinet spokesman Yoshihide Suga said: ‘We are doing all we can to protect the safety of our nation.’

North Korea has made repeated threats against Japan in the past weeks and there are fears the country, an ally of the U.S., would be in range of its missiles.

Japan’s Defence Ministry has deployed Air Self-Defense Force’s PAC-3s as a precaution against possible ballistic missile tests.

Analysts see the latest warning from the North’s Korean Asia-Pacific Peace Committee as an attempt to raise anxiety in Seoul and believe a direct attack on the capital as unlikely.

Observers say a torrent of North Korean prophesies of doom is partly meant to win Pyongyang-friendly policy changes in Seoul and Washington and to boost the image of leader Kim Jong Un.

Japan's Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) missiles have been deployed at three bases in the country Japan’s Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) missiles have been deployed at three bases in the country

South Korean soldiers on exercise near the border as they prepare for possible attacks by the North South Korean soldiers on exercise near the border as they prepare for possible attacks by the North

The South Korean president has expressed exasperation at the 'endless vicious cycle' of hostile behaviour

The South Korean president has expressed exasperation at the ‘endless vicious cycle’ of hostile behaviour

Last week, North Korea told foreign diplomats based in Pyongyang that it will not be able to guarantee their safety as of Wednesday.

It halted work at a factory complex jointly run with its neighbour on Monday and 75 managers from the South are preparing to return home.

Only about 400 South Korean managers remained at the Kaesong industrial complex, just north of the Demilitarized Zone today.

One manager said he and his colleagues are relying on instant noodles but plan to stay to watch over company equipment while food lasts.

President Park said the closure of the facility will scare foreign investors away from the North.

A South Korean soldier sets up a barricade on the road connecting South and North Korea at the Unification Bridge A South Korean soldier sets up a barricade on road connecting South and North Korea at the Unification Bridge

About 75 South Korean managers will cross the border today after the North closed the Kaesong complex

 

About 75 South Korean managers will cross the border today after the North closed the Kaesong complex

She said: ‘North Korea should stop doing wrong behaviour and make a right choice for the future of the Korean nation.’

More than 120 South Korean companies operated at Kaesong and they issued a joint statement urging North Korea to reopen.

‘If this situation continues, companies will face the risk of going bankrupt,’ said Yoo Chang-geun, a vice president of the Corporate Association of Gaesong Industrial Complex.

After an emergency meeting on Tuesday in Seoul, representatives of the companies said in a joint statement that they hope to send a delegation of small and medium-sized companies to North Korea in hopes of reopening the complex.

The statement also appealed to South Korea to take a ‘mature, embracing posture’ and work out all available measures to help normalize Kaesong’s operations.

Meanwhile, a shipping container was seen outside the North Korean Embassy in Ealing, London yesterday, sparking rumours that the ambassador may soon be pulled out of the UK.

 

 

Has North Korea pulled ambassador out of embassy in suburbs? Removal van loads up outside Ealing semi where secretive state is based

  • Large lorry with shipping container pictured outside North Korean embassy
  • Country deny ambassador Hyon Hak Bong is quitting Britain
  • Say huge removal van is for a secretary’s belongings who is going back to North Korea after his term ended

By MARIO LEDWITH

PUBLISHED: 12:51, 9 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:44, 10 April 2013

 

There was speculation that North Korea may have pulled its ambassador out of Britain after  a removal truck was seen at its  suburban west London embassy yesterday.

Boxes were loaded into a shipping container at the property in Ealing.

An official at the property denied that it was being evacuated, saying that speculation of a withdrawal from Britain was ‘ridiculous and not true’.

orth Korean embassyA large container was reversed into the North Korean embassy in west London, leading speculation that the ambassador is being pulled out of the UK

 

Police held traffic so the container could be moved into position at the embassy in Ealing Police held traffic so the container could be moved into position at the embassy in Ealing

But the man, who refused to give his name, would not explain why possessions were being removed from the building or say whether ambassador Hyon Hak Bong was relocating.

He said: ‘I won’t say anything about this. We have said everything we are going to say to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.’

The country’s regime has a reputation for extreme secrecy, such as censoring its citizens and allowing only a small number of visitors through its borders, who are closely monitored during their stay.

 

 

Speculation that the country’s ambassador was preparing to leave the UK was prompted earlier this week when a sign appeared on a tree outside the property warning that ‘loading’ would take place on Tuesday.

An individual at the property previously said that a secretary was leaving the UK having come to the end of his term and that a replacement secretary would arrive shortly afterwards.

The seven-bedroom property, which has been North Korea’s embassy since 2003, is often a focal point for demonstrations against the oppressive regime. Built in the 1920s in a residential suburb, it is a far cry from the more luxurious ambassadorial properties of other nations in central London.

 

Boxes
Boxes

Boxes were seen being brought out of the house into the waiting lorry, that had been reversed up to the door to try to shield the action from waiting cameras

The move came on the day that North Korea sent more shivers through the international community by warning foreigners  living in South Korea to flee because the region was on the verge of nuclear war.

‘The situation on the Korean Peninsula is inching close to a thermonuclear war  … North Korea does not want to see  foreigners in South Korea fall  victim to the war,’ the government mouthpiece, KCNA news agency, said. ‘All foreign institutions and enterprises and foreigners, including tourists, are requested to take measures for shelter and evacuation in advance for their safety.’

The latest threat came as North Korea’s anxious neighbours beefed up their defences.

Getting out? A sign outside the North Korean embassy suggests the ambassador could be quitting London - as there will be 'loading' on Tuesday morningGetting out? A sign outside the North Korean embassy suggests the ambassador could be quitting London – as there will be ‘loading’ on Tuesday morning

Quitting London? The seven-bedroom ordinary home that is the North Korean embassy where ambassador Hyon Hak Bong livesQuitting London? The seven-bedroom ordinary home that is the North Korean embassy where ambassador Hyon Hak Bong lives

Honour: Hyon Hak Bong, the North Korean ambassador, presents his credentials to the Queen in a private audience at Buckingham Palace last yearHonour: Hyon Hak Bong, the North Korean ambassador, presents his credentials to the Queen in a private audience at Buckingham Palace last year

 

Japan ordered Patriot missile batteries to be deployed in the centre of Tokyo amid growing fears North Korea may be preparing a new missile test.

The new threat appeared to be an attempt to scare foreigners into pressing their governments to get Washington and Seoul to act to avert a conflict.

Analysts see a direct attack on Seoul  as extremely unlikely and there are no overt signs that North Korea’s 1.2 million-strong army is preparing for war – let alone a nuclear one.

Japan's chief cabinet spokesman said the government is 'doing all we can to protect the safety of our nation'Japan’s chief cabinet spokesman said the government is ‘doing all we can to protect the safety of our nation’

Threats: Dictator Kim Jong-Un, pictured here pointing a pistol, has repeatedly threatened to attack South Korea and the USThreats: Dictator Kim Jong-Un, pictured here pointing a pistol, has repeatedly threatened to attack South Korea and the US

Few embassies in South Korea have advised their citizens to quit the country. The United States, which has also been threatened by Pyongyang, says there are no imminent signs of threats to American citizens.

Earlier yesterday, North Korean workers failed to turn up for work at a factory complex operated with South Korea, effectively shutting down the last major symbol of co-operation between the hostile neighbours.

Analysts say Pyongyang’s war rhetoric also has a domestic  purpose – to bolster support for Kim Jong-un, 30, the third  member of his family to lead  the country.

But UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon warned that soaring tension on the Korean Peninsula was ‘very dangerous’ – and said ‘any small incident caused by miscalculation or misjudgment’ might ‘create an uncontrollable situation’.

The US military commander in the Pacific, Admiral Samuel Locklear, said North Korea’s  pursuit of nuclear weapons and long-range ballistic missiles  represented a ‘clear and direct threat’ to the US and its allies in the region.

Admiral Locklear said the US military and its allies would be ready if North Korea tried to strike.

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China-North Korea border crossing closed to tourists amid tensions

This file photo shows North Korean soldiers patrolling along the bank of the Yalu River in the North Korean town of Sinuiju across from the Chinese city of Dandong.

A key border crossing between China and North Korea has been closed to tourist groups amid escalating tensions on the Korean Peninsula.

According to a statement released by a local Chinese official at the Dandong Border Office on Wednesday, travel agencies are not allowed to take tourists into North Korea through the border crossing. However, the ban does not include business people.

“Travel agencies are not allowed to take tourist groups to go there, since the North Korean government is now asking foreign people to leave. As far as I know, business people can enter and leave North Korea freely.”

This comes a day after North Korea’s Asia-Pacific Peace Committee advised all foreigners in South Korea to leave the country and “take measures for shelter and evacuation in advance for their safety.”

Beijing is a major ally of Pyongyang and provides the vast majority of its trade with most passing through Dandong.

South Korea and Japan say they are on alert ahead of a possible missile launch by North Korea. On April 8, Japan also deployed Patriot missile launchers to ‘defend against a potential attack by North Korea.’

Meanwhile, South Korea and the United States have increased their coordinated military surveillance of North Korea to monitor the situation for a possible missile launch.

The commander of US forces in the Pacific, Admiral Samuel Locklear, said North Korea has moved an unspecified number of long-range Musudan missiles to its east coast.

The prospects of an outbreak of war in the Korean Peninsula have sharply risen following the participation of nuclear-capable US B-52s and B-2 stealth bombers in recent joint military drills with South Korea.

On March 30, North Korea declared that it is in a “state of war” with South Korea, warning that any provocation by Seoul and Washington will trigger an all-out nuclear war.