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Las Vegas Shooting: What Tank 202 Tells Us

The bullet strikes on Tank 202 could actually be the most damning evidence available proving at least two shots could not have been fired from those broken windows in the Mandalay Bay hotel.

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Russia, Turkey & Syria Condemn US Creation Of Kurdish “Border Force”

from Penny for Your Thoughts

I covered the “border force” creation January 7/2018 US Plans to Recognize Annexed Syrian Territory as Kurdish. And had actually thought about doing a reminder post yesterday on this news, but, decided against it out of fear of being to repetitive.

Clearly the US is making preparations to officially recognize the annexed Syrian territory- which was always THE PLAN! As has been stated here repeatedly.  No gibberish about a plan a/plan b was presented here- THE PLAN has been to remake the region. Balkanize Syria…

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What is Syria Border Security Force? Meet the new US proxy army (new Greater Kurdistan terrorists)

Nope. The Greater Kurdistan project isn’t dead yet. Got those terrorist Kurds hanging out with nothing to do, might as well pay em, arm em and train them in more terrorist destabilization techniques.

Blind, epileptic and arthritic woman declared fit for work despite saying she cannot leave her home unaided

from the Independent

A blind, epileptic woman who told the Government she cannot leave her home without help, use a pen or make a cup of tea has been declared fit for work, it has been reported.

Hazel Macrae, 62, who also suffers from osteoarthritis and type 2 diabetes, told assessors looking at her entitlement to Employment Support Allowance (ESA) that she would be unable to move safely in a workplace, according to Chronicle Live.

Now she has been judged to have “limited capability for work”, her payments have been reduced by £15 a fortnight and she must meet with a work coach, the newspaper reported.

Ms Macrae, of Walker in Newcastle upon Tyne, told the Chronicle: “There are no jobs that I can do. They have said that I can use my hands and I’m expected to apply for all jobs going.

“I can’t even make a cup of tea myself because of the boiling water.”

She has been placed in the work-related activity group category of claimants, but has appealed the ruling, the site said.

The Department for Work and Pensions said it planned to look again at Ms Macrae’s case…

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Two Koreas to talk PyeongChang on Wednesday, may march under ‘Korean Unification’ flag at Olympics opening

by Jung Min-kyung , from the Korea Herald

Kwon Hyok-bong, director of the performing arts bureau at the culture ministry and the North‘s chief delegate, left, and Lee Woo-sung, a senior official at the Seoul‘s culture ministry and the South‘s chief delegate, step into a meeting room in Tongilgagk in the northern side of Panmunjeom, for a working-level talks on Monday. (Yonhap)

South Korea has agreed to North Korea’s proposal of holding working-level talks Wednesday at the truce village of Panmunjeom to further discuss its participation in the PyeongChang Olympics, the South’s Unification Ministry said Monday.

Seoul’s sports minister also said if the two sides agree on a joint entrance at the opening ceremony, the athletes would march under the “Korean Unification” flag — a white flag with a blue shape of the Korean Peninsula in the center.

The North’s move, which came earlier in the day, came in response to South Korea’s offer Friday to arrange formal talks. Seoul said it would send a three-member delegation led by Vice Unification Minister Chun Hae-sung. “South Korea has agreed to North Korea’s proposal to hold working-level talks at 10 a.m. at the Peace House (in Panmunjeom) on Jan. 17, through the South-North communication channel at 4 p.m.,” the ministry said in a statement.

The North will send a three-member delegation headed by Jon Jong-su, vice chairman of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Country, added the ministry. The CPRC handles inter-Korean affairs within the North Korean government…

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Hawaiian False Alarm: Shall We Play a Game? (Y/N?)_

Hawaiian False Alarm, the Aegis Ashore System and a Pending $2 Billion Dollar Contract: Shall We Play a Game?

by Scott Creighton

The following are a series of clips from various news agencies which illuminate a pattern that I noticed while researching what happened yesterday in Hawaii. I will be producing a video about this later today but unfortunately one of my cats passed away last night and I have to repair a tire this morning so while my interest in the events is certainly peaked, my thoughts are less focused than they should be.

As I wrote last night about the false alarm that took place yesterday, I find it hard too believe that one person can send any message in their emergency system with the “accidental” press of a button and I find it harder to believe it takes 38 minutes to post a correction… ESPECIALLY if “one person can send any message in their emergency system with the… press of a button”

These two statements make no sense in conjuncture with one another when you think about it and they contradictory to one another when Hawaiian officials make them as well.

“Richard Rapoza, spokesman for the emergency management agency, said the worker who sent out the erroneous alarm “didn’t realize his error until he received the alert on his own cell phone.”

The system does ask whether a staffer wishes to send an actual alert, at which point he or she answers yes or no. On Saturday the employee then made a second mistake by clicking yes…

In an interview, Rapoza also said it took 38 minutes to cancel the alert because a process had not yet been created to cancel false alarms and the agency had to seek authorization from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to send out the all-clear and to use the civil alert system to send out the message that there had been a false alarm.” LA Times

So the system makes them ask FEMA if they can send a message saying there is no war being launched on them… but it’s a simple “yes or no” button to send one that says there is?

Does that make any sense to anyone?

Of course not. It’s bullshit.

So what really happened?

As you can see from the graphic above… there is a new development in the Aegis Ashore defense system which is hooked directly to Hawaii’s early warning system which is the ONLY system that could have caused the false alarm like Hawaiians saw Saturday morning.

And as it just so happens, that new development in the system was being shown off to an official from Japan just this week as they try to decide whether or not they want to spend 2 billion dollars of the Japanese people’s money on the system.

And, as it turns out… Tokyo “hoped to confirm the system’s performance” and “Lockheed said it plans to conduct missile engagement simulations and live tracking demonstration in the first half of 2018.”

The event took place at perhaps the best possible time it could have, all things considered. School was out (though some kids were involved in various programs), many people were home from work, the highways were not jam-packed … and more importantly… the financial markets were all closed so the thought of pending thermonuclear war wouldn’t crash them instantly.

All very good timing for an “accident” if you ask me.

Plus… well… there is the 2 billion dollar contract to think of.

Is it possible that a war game, a simulation on behalf of that Japanese official, was conducted Saturday morning involving the Aegis Ashore Missile Defense Test Complex and Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF) and either it was accidentally communicated to Hawaii’s emergency management agency or someone allowed it to go through to test civilian readiness like all those drills they have been doing over the past few months?

I don’t know but this is what I have been working on much of the night. I post this info below so you guys can take a look at it and judge for yourselves. What I am working on is a theory at this point. But it’s one hell of a coincidence isn’t it?

I wish I could do more on this at this time but I have a couple things to deal with as I mentioned above.

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