Nuclear Scientists Back Putin: North Korea Crisis Is False Flag To Start WW3

Three top atomic scientists have blown the whistle on mainstream media lies and the New World Order's desperate push for war.

Three top atomic scientists have spoken out and backed President Putin’s claim that North Korea does not have nuclear missiles, and their missile tests are all for show.

Vladimir Putin has warned that the North Korean nuclear crisis is being orchestrated as a false flag by the New World Order with the goal of starting a major global conflict that will escalate quickly into World War 3.

As tensions continue to rise between the United States and North Korea, Putin has warned that we should read between the lines and see the crisis for what it really is – a New World Order manufactured false flag to advance their agenda for a one world government.

In a paper entitled North Korea’s ‘Not Quite’ ICBM Can’t Hit the Lower 48 States for the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Ted Postol, Markus Schiller and Robert Schmucker wrote: “Calculations we have made indicate that these rockets actually carried very small payloads that were nowhere near the weight of a nuclear warhead of the type North Korea could have, or could eventually have.

These small payloads allowed the rockets to be lofted to far higher altitudes than they would have if loaded with a much-heavier warhead, creating the impression that North Korea was on the cusp of achieving ICBM capability.

The acclaimed scientists who have worked on the famed Doomsday Clock, added: “From the point of view of North Korean political leadership, the general reaction to the July 4 and July 28 launches could not have been better.”

The world suddenly believed that the North Koreans had an ICBM that could reach the West Coast of the United States and beyond.

While Putin and atomic experts are urging caution and speaking out against war, the corporate media, led by the pro-war Washington Post, have begun pushing the claim that North Korea has miniature nuclear weapons that they could use to hit Guam, or Japan, or South Korea, or even the United States mainland.

But Putin cut to to chase and explained what is really behind the mainstream media’s relentless beating of war drums. In short, North Korea has trillions of dollars in untapped rare minerals. And they are one of the few remaining countries that does not have a Rothschild-controlled central bank.

I will tell you the facts about North Korea: They don’t have nuclear bombs. They don’t have Western-controlled banks. They don’t depend on the US dollar. What they do have is a land full of wealth in unmined minerals,” Putin said last week.

We have seen all of this before. The same people said the same things about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. They said they could hit major European cities within 45 minutes. But after the Iraq war, after independent international inquiries, we find nothing. The cabal just wanted war.

There is a major historical battle at the moment between globalized central bankers and those who refuse to fall in line. While Putin does not believe Kim Jong-un is a good guy, he believes in national sovereignty and he rejects the globalist vision.

North Korea’s mineral wealth 

Putin’s claims about the real reasons for going to war with North Korea stand up to scrutiny.

Their national banking system isn’t controlled by the IMF and they don’t have a Rothschild-controlled central bank, nor are they dependent on the US dollar.

The country also has between $6-10 trillion in untapped mineral resources.

According to Quartz, below the nation’s surface are “vast mineral reserves, including iron, gold, magnesite, zinc, copper, limestone, molybdenum, graphite, and more—all told about 200 kinds of minerals.”

North Korea is also sitting on large quantities of rare earth metals, which factories in nearby countries need to produce smartphones and other tech products for Western consumption.

Estimates as to the value of the nation’s mineral resources have varied greatly over the years, made difficult by secrecy and lack of access. One estimate from a South Korean mining company places the value at over $6 trillion. Another from a South Korean research institute places the value closer to $10 trillion.

Baxter Dmitry

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