As we wrote last week, according to conspiracy theory, world wars are planned.  They are not accidental.  Now the United States military seems to stretch itself to react to North Korea’s threats of nuclear bomb attacks.

But some readers and reporters write suspicious reactions to the recent U.S. push to rearm defenses in view of North Korea’s bluster.  While the U.S. usually ignores that nation’s grandstanding, all of a sudden our leaders take it seriously?

Thinkers are leery because the financial sequester imposed by Congress and the White House put across-the-board cuts on all military expenditures. So, it is ‘convenient’ to have an ‘enemy,’ and thus hopefully increase armament funding.

Writing ‘In response to North Korea and Iran, U.S. Will Beef Up Missile  Defenses,’ The Extinction Protocol (EP) and National Public Radio (NPR) quote Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel: “The United States will deploy 14 additional Ground-Based Missile Interceptors (GBIs) to combat the nuclear attack threats from North Korea and Iran.” How are these now to be financed?

Hagel adds the U.S. is also adding radar stations in Japan, and considering placing another interceptor missile site there. Yet, as they work to improve defenses, officials admit woeful lack of intelligence on North Korea’s capabilities.

Victor Cha, the Korea Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, adds:  “The bottom line is that we just don’t know where Pyongyang’s capabilities lie. These tests might represent lighter and smaller weapons. The North could be lying about that, but then again, maybe they aren’t.”

James Miller, Defense Undersecretary for Policy, insists: “As we think about our homeland missile-defense posture, we do not have a ‘just-in-time’ policy.  Our policy is to stay ahead of the threat—and to continue to ensure that we are ahead of any potential future Iranian or North Korean ICBM (intercontinental ballistic missile) capability.”

But what happened to the C.I.A.? What are their intelligence reports? How can the greatest nation on earth not know if North Korea is serious or not?  And didn’t China have some control over North Korea in the pass?

Of course, the problem is:  North Korea may not be faking.  U.S. defense capabilities on the West Coast may be weak.  And may be correct:  the tiny Communist half of Korea may be working with China and Iran to stretch the U.S. military so thin that it cannot defend itself––much less Israel, Europe, and allies in the Middle East.

Could all of this be planned, or are these just fake chess moves of ‘pretend’ wars?  Such quandaries are why First World War Angels of The LORD insist that Christians must pray:  “I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men; For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty (1 Timothy 2: 1 – 2).” Prayer has the power to stop both fake and real!

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