WHY DID HOMELAND SECURITY PURCHASE 2,700 OF THESE VEHICLES?
IT SAYS POLICE/RESCUE ON THEM
WHO NEEDS THAT LEVEL OF RESCUE?
This is getting a little creepy.
According to one estimate,
since last year the Department of Homeland Security
more than 1.6 billion bullets, mainly .40 caliber and 9mm.
DHS also purchased 2,700 Mine Resistant Armor
Protected Vehicles (MRAP).
Dee Finney's blog
start date July 20, 2011
today's date March 15, 2013
update March 28, 2013
update March 30, 2013
UPDATED DAILY UNTIL THE CRISIS IS PAST
TOPIC: THE COMING THREE WARS
North Korea Missile being shot off
South Koreans watch TV news showing a footage of North Korean missiles on a
military parade, at a Seoul Train Station on Saturday, May 18. North Korea fired
three short-range guided missiles into its eastern waters on Saturday.
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea fired three short-range guided missiles into
its eastern waters on Saturday, a South Korean official said. It routinely tests
such missiles, but the latest launches came during a period of tentative
diplomacy aimed at easing tensions.
The North fired two missiles Saturday morning and another in the afternoon,
South Korean Defense Ministry spokesman Kim Min-seok said by phone. He said the
North's intent was unclear. His ministry said it is watching North Korea
carefully in case it conducts a provocation against South Korea.
A North Korean soldier looks out of the window of a guard tower, on the
banks of Yalu River, about 100 km (62 miles) from the North Korean town of
Sinuiju, opposite the Chinese border city of Dandong, April 16, 2013. North
Korea issued new threats against South Korea on Tuesday, vowing "sledge-hammer
blows" of retaliation if South Korea did not apologise for anti-North Korean
protests the previous day when the North was celebrating the birth of its
North Korean ship seized in Panama Canal carried
suspected missile-system components
Arnulfo Franco/AP - A
Panamanian presidential security detail walks on the deck aboard a North
Korean-flagged ship at the Manzanillo International container terminal
in Panama on Tuesday. The ship was carrying weapons system parts buried
under sacks of sugar, Panamanian officials said.
North Korea Issues New Threats Against South On Founder Kim Il Sung's Birthday
By Ju-min Park and Jack Kim
SEOUL, April 15 (Reuters) - North Korea made new threats of military action on
Monday as the reclusive nation celebrated the anniversary of its founder's
birth, stoking tension on the peninsula with a new "ultimatum" to South Korea in
the stand-off over its nuclear program.
The latest statement from Pyongyang followed threats of nuclear attacks on the
United States, South Korea and Japan, after new U.N. sanctions were imposed in
response to Pyongyang tested a nuclear weapon in February.
"Our retaliatory action will start without any notice from now," North Korea's
state news agency KCNA said on Monday, noting actions would "start immediately."
The statement was issued by the official North Korean news agency KCNA after
signs that Pyongyang may be presenting a less warlike stance on the "Day of the
Sun," the date the North's founder Kim Il-Sung was born.
Although many Pyongyang watchers had expected a big military parade to showcase
North Korea's armed forces, the day was marked in Pyongyang with a festival of
flowers named after Kim.
The United States has offered talks, but on the pre-condition that North Korea
abandon its nuclear weapons ambitions. North Korea deems its nuclear arms a
"treasured sword" and has vowed never to give them up.
Nevertheless, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, ending a trip to the region
dominated by concern about North Korea, stressed his interest in a diplomatic
"The United States remains open to authentic and credible negotiations on
denuclearization, but the burden is on Pyongyang," he said. "North Korea must
take meaningful steps to show that it will honor commitments it has already
made, and it has to observe laws and the norms of international behavior."
On Sunday evening, Kerry appeared to open the door to talking without requiring
the North to take denuclearization steps in advance. Beijing, he said, could be
But on Monday White House spokesman Jay Carney said North Korea would have to
"commit itself in a verifiable way to denuclearization" first, which has long
been the U.S. position.
"If North Korea shows that it's serious about pursuing that path, then
negotiations are the course through which that can be achieved," Carney told
Earlier, Kerry said he believed China, the North's sole economic and political
benefactor, should put "some teeth" in efforts to persuade Pyongyang to alter
The Chinese Communist Party mouthpiece, the People's Daily, warned on Monday
that tensions could get out of control.
"It does not matter if it is intentional or accidental, even the smallest thing
could cause the situation to change rapidly and perhaps get totally out of
control," the paper said.
South Korean and U.S. officials said last week North Korea appeared set to
test-launch a medium-range missile as a show of strength linked to Monday's
anniversary of the birth of North Korean state founder Kim Il-Sung.
North Korea has conducted three nuclear tests but it was not believed to be near
South Korea said it remained on guard against any missile launch and it
regretted the North's rejection of an offer of talks made last week by President
Park Geun-hye. It said the offer would remain on the table.
Missile launches and nuclear tests by North Korea are both banned under U.N.
Security Council resolutions, which were expanded after its third nuclear test,
President Barack Obama is under pressure from Republicans in Congress to respond
forcefully should North Korea launch a missile.
"I maintain that the United States should treat any North Korean missile launch
as a threat to our national security and our allies, and that we should shoot it
down once it leaves North Korean airspace," said Senator John McCain, a
Republican from Arizona who is influential on defense issues.
The aim of the North's aggressive acts, analysts say, is to bolster the
leadership of Kim Jong-un, the 30-year-old grandson of the nation's founder, or
to force the United States to hold talks with the North.
The North has also been angry about annual military exercises between U.S. and
South Korean forces, describing them as a "hostile" act. The United States
dispatched B52 and B2 stealth bombers from their bases to take part.
Yoji Koda, a former commander in chief of the Japanese naval fleet, told Reuters
he believed North Korea's threats were part of a "calculated provocation", not a
prelude to an attack.
He said indications the United States was softening a forceful stance to the
North had given its leader Kim Jong-un the opportunity to tone things down.
"This has enabled North Korea to declare victory and sheathe its swords," he
Kim Il-Sung led his country from its founding in 1948 through the 1950-53 Korean
War and until he died in 1994. His son, Kim Jong-il, then took over.
KCNA, the North's news agency, reported that people were flocking to a statue of
Kim Il-Sung, saying, "My father, our great leader".
"This sincere expression comes from the bottom of their hearts," it said.
Kim Jong-un, the third Kim to rule in Pyongyang, attended a midnight celebration
of his father's and grandfather's rule with top officials, including his
kingmaker uncle Jang Song-thaek.
North Korean defectors said army units were expected to contribute for the
celebration of Kim's birthday and in turn, the government, which has struggled
to feed its people, had handed out extra rations of rice and corn.
"People are decorating streets for political events. It's never like war time,"
said Seo Jae-pyoung, a defector who lives in South Korea who spoke last week to
an acquaintance in the North. "The government, which normally can't distribute
rice, has already given about one week or two week's special rations."
North Korea has repeatedly stressed that it fears the United States wants to
invade it and has manipulated the United Nations to weaken it. During the
weekend, the North rejected the overture by new South Korean President Park as a
"We will expand in quantity our nuclear weapons capability, which is the
treasure of a unified Korea ... that we would never barter at any price," Kim
Yong-nam, North Korea's titular head of state, told a gathering of officials and
service personnel applauding the achievements of Kim Il-Sung. (Additional
reporting by Arshad Mohammed and Kiyoshi Takenaka in TOKYO, Ben Blanchard in
Beijing; Somang Yang in SEOUL, Roberta Rampton in Washington; Writing by Robert
Birsel; Editing by Raju Gopalakrishnan and Cynthia Osterman)
North Korea reportedly warns Japan it would target Tokyo first
North Korea reportedly warned Japan that Tokyo would be the first target if
Pyongyang decides to play its nuclear card.
The warning reportedly is in response to Tokyo's standing orders to destroy
any missile heading toward Japan, according to Korean Central News Agency. Japan
has deployed PAC-3 missile interceptor units around Tokyo to protect its capital
and is taking North Korea’s rhetoric seriously.
"We are doing all we can to protect the safety of our nation," chief Cabinet
spokesman Yoshihide Suga said, though he and Ministry of Defense officials
refused to confirm the reports about the naval alert, saying they do not want to
"show their cards" to North Korea.
Japanese officials long have feared that North Korea not only has the means
but several potential motives for launching an attack on Tokyo or major U.S.
military installations on Japan’s main island.
"If Kim Jong Un decides to launch a missile, whether it's across the Sea of
Japan or some other direction, he will be choosing willfully to ignore the
entire international community," U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told
reporters in South Korea. "And it will be a provocation and unwanted act that
will raise people's temperatures."
“We will stand with South Korea and Japan against these threats. And we will
defend ourselves," he said.
Kerry also weighed in on an intelligence report that rocked Washington on
Thursday and suggested that North Korea now had the knowhow to arm a ballistic
missile with a nuclear warhead -- even if the weapons would lack reliability.
Citing the Pentagon's assessment, Kerry rejected the finding and said that
Pyongyang still hadn't developed or fully tested the nuclear capacities needed
for such a step.
Speaking beside Kerry, South Korea Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se called for
more United Nations action against Pyongyang if it commits another provocation.
He refused to comment specifically on the U.S. intelligence report, saying
only that the North has "high nuclear and missile capabilities" but that it is
still some time away from a nuclear bomb that is "small, light and diversified."
Kerry offered strong words of solidarity for South Korea, and praised South
Korea President Park Geun-hye’s "bright vision" of a prosperous and reunified
Korean Peninsula without nuclear weapons. By contrast, he said North Korea's
Kim, has a choice to make between provocation and returning to talks to
de-escalate tension and lead to the end of its nuclear program
Both Yun and Kerry kept the door open for future negotiations with Pyongyang.
But both seemed to suggest that they were unlikely in light of the North's
increasingly bombastic threats, including nuclear strikes on the United States.
Most experts say those are unfeasible based on the North's current capacity and
would never be explored seriously because the U.S. response would be
overwhelming against a regime focused primarily on survival.
Kerry said any talks with North Korea have to lead toward denuclearization.
They have to be really serious," Kerry said. "No one is going to talk for the
sake of talking and no one is going to play this round-robin game that gets
repeated every few years, which is both unnecessary and dangerous."
The Associated Press contributed to
John Kerry Visits South Korea Amid Missile Test Fears
North Korea 'Skating Close To A Dangerous Line,' Says
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel
Agence France Presse |
North Korea is "skating very close to a dangerous line" with its heated
rhetoric and provocative actions, US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told
The United States and its allies hoped Pyongyang would tone down its
inflammatory language but the American military was prepared for any
possibility, Hagel said.
"North Korea ...with its bellicose rhetoric, its actions, has been
skating very close to a dangerous line," the Pentagon chief said.
"Our country is fully prepared to deal with any contingency, any action
that North Korea may take or any provocation that they may instigate," Hagel
The US military's top officer, General Martin Dempsey, told the same
press conference that he could not publicly comment on intelligence
estimates as to how close North Korea was to placing a nuclear warhead on a
But the four-star general said the United States military was ready for
the "worst case" scenario.
"They have conducted two nuclear tests. They have conducted several
successful missile launches.
"And in the absence of concrete evidence to the contrary, we have to
assume the worst case and that's why we're postured as we are today," said
Dempsey, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff.
The military has deployed US naval ships in the region capable of
shooting down incoming missiles and staged a show of force with bomber
aircraft in a bid to deter North Korea from launching any attack.
Hagel said the United States and its allies hoped "that that rhetoric be
ratcheted down" and Pyongyang will seek to defuse a "combustible situation."
The comments come amid widespread speculation North Korea is poised for a
missile launch in defiance of UN Security Council resolutions.
The head of US Pacific Command, Admiral Samuel Locklear, told senators
Tuesday that he favored shooting down a North Korean missile only if it
threatened the United States or Washington's allies in the region.
Locklear, however, said he was confident the US military would be able to
detect quickly where any missile was headed.
North Korea Chronology
Apr. 10, 2013
North Korea warns foreigners to leave South Korea, saying
peninsula is on brink of nuclear war, statement analysts dismiss as
hyperbole; however, American officials express concern that Kim Jong-un may
not have left himself easy exit to reduce tensions.MORE
Apr. 9, 2013
North Korea says that it is withdrawing all of its 53,000
workers from industrial park it runs with South Korea, suggesting that North
is seeking to portray itself as willing to subordinate financial gains to
political and military priorities as it increases tensions on Korean
Apr. 8, 2013
United States and South Korea draw up plans to respond
more forcefully to North Korea than in recent past amid rising military
tensions American officials say new 'counter-provocation' plan calls for
immediate but proportional response that would hit source of any attack by
North Korea with similar weapons.MORE
Apr. 8, 2013
China’s Pres Xi Jinping makes indirect but clear
reference to North Korean crisis, saying world peace should not be put at
risk because of single country.MORE
Apr. 7, 2013
Threats by North Korea and displays of military resolve
by South Korea and United States have begun to unsettle foreign investors'
confidence in South, creating secondary layer of worries for Seoul and
U.S. Can Intercept North Korean Missiles But May Opt Not To, Says Admiral Samuel
By Phil Stewart
WASHINGTON, April 9 (Reuters) - The United States is capable of intercepting a
North Korean missile, should it launch one in the coming days, but may choose
not to if the projected trajectory shows it is not a threat, a top U.S. military
commander told Congress on Tuesday.
Admiral Samuel Locklear, the commander of U.S. forces in the Pacific region,
said the U.S. military believed North Korea had moved to its east coast an
unspecified number of Musudan missiles, with a range of roughly 3,000-3,500
An Obama administration official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told
Reuters "our working assumption is that there are two missiles that they may be
prepared to launch" - which was in line with South Korean media reports.
Locklear said the Musudan's range was far enough to put Guam, a U.S. territory,
at risk but not Hawaii or the U.S. mainland.
"If the missile was in defense of the homeland, I would certainly recommend that
action (of intercepting it). And if it was defense of our allies, I would
recommend that action," Locklear told a Senate hearing.
Asked whether he would recommend shooting down any missile fired from North
Korea, regardless of its trajectory, Locklear said: "I would not recommend
The comments by Locklear came amid intense speculation that Pyongyang may be
preparing for a missile test - something the White House says would not be a
surprise - or another provocation that could trigger a military response from
The Pentagon has in recent weeks announced changes to its posture to respond to
the North Korean threat, including the positioning of two, Aegis-class
guided-missile destroyers in the western Pacific and deployment of a missile
defense system to Guam.
Any U.S. or South Korea response to a North Korean provocation has the potential
to further escalate tensions on the peninsula, just as North Korea intensifies
threats of imminent conflict. Pyongyang warned to foreigners on Tuesday to
evacuate South Korea to avoid being dragged into "thermonuclear war".
NO 'OFF-RAMP' TO TENSIONS
The North's latest message belied an atmosphere free of anxiety in the South
Korean capital, where the city center was bustling with traffic and offices
Despite the heated rhetoric, Pyongyang has shown no sign of preparing its 1.2
million-strong army for war, indicating the threat could be aimed partly at
bolstering Kim Jong-un, 30, the third in his family to lead the country.
Locklear said the U.S. military believed the younger Kim was more unpredictable
than his father or grandfather, who always appeared to factor into their cycle
of period provocations "an off-ramp of how to get out of it."
"And it's not clear to me that he has thought through how to get out of it. And
so, this is what makes this scenario, I think, particularly challenging,"
Lawmakers at the hearing were extremely critical of China, the North's major
benefactor, and Locklear acknowledged that the United States wanted Beijing to
do more to influence the North to dial-back its aggressive posture.
Asked at one point in the hearing whether China was a friend or foe, Locklear
"I consider them at this point in time, someone we have to develop a strategic
partnership with to manage competition between two world powers," he said.
(Reporting by Phil Stewart; editing by Jackie Frank)
North Korea Threats: Pyongyang Urges Foreigners To Vacate South Korea
PYONGYANG, North Korea -- North Korea on Tuesday urged all foreign companies
and tourists in South Korea to evacuate, saying the two countries are on the
verge of nuclear war. The new threat appeared to be an attempt to keep the
region on tenterhooks over its intentions.
Analysts see a direct attack on Seoul as extremely unlikely, and there are no
overt signs that North Korea's 1.2 million-man army is readying for war, let
alone a nuclear one. South Korea's military has reported missile movements on
North Korea's east coast but nothing pointed toward South Korea.
Still, North Korea's earlier warning that it won't be able to guarantee the
safety of foreign diplomats after April 10 has raised fears that it will conduct
a missile or nuclear test on Wednesday, resulting in U.S. retaliation.
The United States and South Korea have raised their defense postures, and so
has Japan, which deployed PAC-3 missile interceptors in key locations around
Tokyo on Tuesday as a precaution against possible North Korean ballistic missile
"The situation on the Korean Peninsula is inching close to a thermonuclear
war due to the evermore undisguised hostile actions of the United States and the
south Korean puppet warmongers and their moves for a war against" the North,
said a statement by the North Korean Asia-Pacific Peace Committee, an
organization that deals with regional matters.
The statement is similar to past threats that analysts call an attempt to
raise anxiety in foreign capitals. Observers say a torrent of North Korean
prophecies of doom and efforts to raise war hysteria are partly to boost the
image of young and relatively untested leader Kim Jong Un at home, and to show
him as a decisive military leader.
Another reason could be to use threats of war to win Pyongyang-friendly
policy changes in Seoul and Washington. Last week, North Korea told foreign
diplomats in Pyongyang that it will not be able to guarantee their safety as of
Wednesday. It is not clear what the significance of that date is.
Tourists continued to arrive in Pyongyang despite the war hysteria.
Mark Fahey of Sydney, Australia, said he was not concerned about a possible
"I knew that when I arrived here it would probably be very different to the
way it was being reported in the media," he told The Associated Press at
Pyongyang airport. He said his family trusts him to make the right judgment but
"my colleagues at work think I am crazy."
Chu Kang Jin, a Pyongyang resident, said everything is calm in the city.
"Everyone, including me, is determined to turn out as one to fight for
national reunification ... if the enemies spark a war," he said, in a typically
nationalist rhetoric that most North Koreans use while speaking to the media.
In Seoul, Presidential spokeswoman Kim Haing told reporters that the North
Korean warning amounted to "psychological warfare."
"We know that foreigners residing in South Korea as well as our nationals are
unfazed," she said.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye, who has sought to re-engage North Korea
with dialogue and aid since taking office in February, expressed exasperation
Tuesday with what she called the "endless vicious cycle" of Seoul answering
Pyongyang's hostile behavior with compromise, only to get more hostility.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday described the tensions as "very
dangerous," and said that any small incident caused by miscalculation may
"create an uncontrollable situation."
Also Tuesday, North Korea said it was suspending work at the Kaesong
industrial park near its border, which is combines South Korean technology and
know-how with North Korea's cheap labor. North Korea pulled out more than 50,000
workers from the complex, the only remaining product of economic cooperation
between the two countries that started about a decade ago when relations were
Other projects from previous eras of cooperation such as reunions of families
separated by war and tours to a scenic North Korean mountain stopped in recent
North Korea Approves Nuclear Attack On U.S.? 'Merciless' Strike 'Ratified,'
According To Rhetoric
LONDON, April 3 (Reuters) - North Korea said it had "ratified" a merciless
attack against the United States, potentially involving a "diversified nuclear
"We formally inform the White House and Pentagon that the ever-escalating U.S.
hostile policy toward the DPRK (North Korea) and its reckless nuclear threat
will be smashed by the strong will of all the united service personnel and
people and cutting-edge smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear strike means of
the DPRK and that the merciless operation of its revolutionary armed forces in
this regard has been finally examined and ratified," a spokesman for the General
Staff of the Korean People's Army said in a statement carried by the English
language service of the state news agency KCNA. (Writing by Kevin Liffey;
Editing by Andrew Heavens)
4-4-13 FROM THE D.O.D.
The Department of Defense will deploy a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense
System (THAAD) ballistic missile defense system to Guam in the coming weeks as a
precautionary move to strengthen our regional defense posture against the North
Korean regional ballistic missile threat.
The THAAD system is a land-based missile defense system that includes a
truck-mounted launcher, a complement of interceptor missiles, an AN/TPY-2
tracking radar, and an integrated fire control system. This deployment will
strengthen defense capabilities for American citizens in the U.S. Territory of
Guam and U.S. forces stationed there.
The United States continues to urge the North Korean leadership to cease
provocative threats and choose the path of peace by complying with its
international obligations. The United States remains vigilant in the face of
North Korean provocations and stands ready to defend U.S. territory, our allies,
and our national interests.
SEOUL, April 4 (Reuters) - North Korea has moved what appears to be a
mid-range Musudan missile to its east coast, South Korea's Yonhap news agency
said on Thursday, quoting multiple government sources privy to intelligence from
U.S. and South Korean authorities.
It was not clear if the missile was mounted with a warhead or whether the North
was planning to fire it or was just putting it on display as a show of force,
one South Korean government source was quoted as saying.
"South Korean and U.S. intelligence authorities have obtained indications the
North has moved an object that appears to be a mid-range missile to the east
coast," the source said.
The Musudan missile is believed to have a range of 3,000 km (1,875 miles) or
more, which would put all of South Korea and Japan in range and possibly also
the U.S. territory of Guam in the Pacific Ocean. North Korea is not believed to
have tested these mid-range missiles, according to most independent experts
South Korea's defence ministry declined to comment.
North Korea has threatened a nuclear strike on the United States and missile
attacks on its Pacific bases, including in Guam. Those threats followed new U.N.
sanctions imposed on the North after it carried out its third nuclear test in
The missile was moved to the coast by train. The North has a missile launch site
on the northeastern coast, which it has used to unsuccessfully test-fire
long-range rockets in the past.
The Yonhap report did not say if the missile had been moved to the missile site.
Japan's Asahi Shimbun newspaper issued a similar report on Thursday, saying the
North had moved what appeared to be a long-range missile to its east coast.
(Reporting by Jack Kim, Editing by Dean Yates)
List of North Korean missile tests -
There have been a number of North Korean missile
tests. It has also fired a number of short-range missiles into the Sea of Japan
(East Sea of Korea),
3 days ago ... The U.S. Navy is shifting a guided-missile
destroyer in the Pacific to waters off the Korean peninsula in the wake
of ongoing rhetoric from North ...
Dec 12, 2012 ... In defiance of the United
Nations, North Korea says it successfully launched a missile
that sent a satellite into orbit .
Mar 16, 2013 ... Defense Secretary Chuck
Hagel announces more missile defenses against possible attack by
Dec 12, 2012 ... North Korea's
successful launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile hit
its target: it bolstered the standing of its young tyrant Kim Jong Un
North Korea Reportedly
Entering 'State Of War' Against South Korea
update 3-28-13 - KIM JUNG UN READY TO LAUNCH MISSILES AGAINST U.S.
NOTE: After I had today's (3-15-13_ dream and vision, which was the 5th one this
month and it's only the 15th of the month, I KNEW I had to tell everyone was is
Besides that Dr. Bill Deagle has been talking about the coming wars for a
long time, particularly Israel and Iran, but Turkey and Syria are all at each
other's throats, and the other Day, the new President of North Korea, threatened
South Korea, so there is a lot of war talk going on.
Here is the audio of the show:
However, today's war dream really freaked me out because it sounded like
'they' were blaming me, and called me "monk" which I think is the abbreviation
of 'monkey', which we basically are considering how we were created in the first
So, I will post these war dreams in the manner in which I received them:
3-05-13 - 3:05 a.m. - I was living in an apartment in
Milwaukee, and my Uncle Roy and his chubby teenage daughter was there.
She was complaining that she didn't like working all the time.
(This had something to do with things that were solid were not and things that
were not solid looked solid and had to be moved around by hand)
So I had a discussion with Uncle Roy (who served in WWII in
Guadal Canal and fought in the jungles and came home with foot rot, and became
an alcoholic and died at the age of 57 of Cirrhosis of the liver) about
why his fat daughter couldn't work, when women who raised several children had
to care from them all day and work at jobs besides.
I was looking up at a shelf in the closet that was supposed to
be empty, and on the shelf, way in the back was a pile of toothpicks that had
gotten scattered around and had a bunch of mouse turds on them, and this had to
be cleaned up.
I then reached down by the floor boards and found a bottle of
india ink and wrote on my leg something about this - like a ink tattoo,
and my Uncle Roy reached past me to pick up a stray toothpick and got some ink
on his face, and now he had an ink mark on his face like I had on my leg ... and
he didn't know it and I didn't want to tell him or he'd get mad at me, so I woke
note: I've had 6 previous dreams about my Uncle Roy - here is
3-5-13 - NAP DREAM - I got a typed letter from my Uncle Roy,
apparently written on a typewriter during WWII.
I couldn't really read what he said, but it was quite a long
I woke up wondering if he did write home from war, and whether
anyone kept his letters.
3-7-13 - THREES
DREAM - Everything in this dream was in threes, and it started
with me having three socks and none of them quite matching.
Following that, everything was in threes, including people -
three men, three women, three of this, three of that.
3-10-13 - 3-11-13 - 11:51 pm to 12-21 a.m.
DREAM - I don't know where I was, but Joe was my husband, and
I said something to him that hurt his feelings and he left the house, and I saw
him outside, and it felt like he was going to do something drastic and leave me
and I didn't want him to leave.
I followed him outside and was in a large parking lot, and I
could hear the music from the play/film EXODUS. There was a record player
and a micrphone out in the parking lot so I started singing along with the
music, and I saw that the record player with the microphone was connected by a
long corrugated cord back into the huge building on the second floor, and I
couldn't just pull the cord out because it was plugged in behind the piano.
That forced me to go back inside so I could pull the plug on
the music playing from the EXODUS.
When I got inside, a group of older and old men were coming
out of a room, all dressed in pale blue and white stipped jackets like they were
in a play together, and when they got closer, the jackets turned to a bright
pale green and each man came up to me to say goodbye because they were leaving.
Then I saw that Adam Lambert (the singer who was on American
Idol and who is now super popular all over the world) came out with the
older men, wearing a bright pale green jacket and he came over to kiss me
goodbye like the old men had, and as I was kissing him, I wanted to him think I
was a good kisser, so I grabbed him behind his head and pulled him closer so I
was kissing him really hard, and I wanted to say to him, "You know that I care
about you so much!" before he left with the old men for the EXODUS.
Verses from Exodus
Click on a Bible Verse to see it in context
- DREAM - I was working on a mysterious case of 'stolen bread' - in other
I had to do an article about it, whether it was a web page or a newspaper
article, I'm not certain, but there were four columns of discussions about the
'stolen bread' - money - going on at the same time, side by side on the page.
I could hear the conversation going on, and occasionally, I would ask or
answer a question about the 'stolen bread' - money ' and the last answer I gave
to the question asked, was that none of the money found was fake. In other
words, it was all real - legal - money.
The person who asked the question was shocked at my answer.
NOTE: Proverbs 20:17
17 Stolen bread tastes sweet, but soon your mouth
is full of gravel.
3-12-13 DREAM - I was copying a web page I had done before. It was in
four columns of text, but the sections were more boxy than long - similar to the
dream I had yesterday. I could read it in the dream, but I can't remember
any of the words now.
It seems the topic was about war.
writing in four columns
Amongst the papers of Ptolemy, some of the most curious are
those in which he writes his dreams or the dreams of the Twins, regarded, of
course, as of prophetic significance, and the very human letter of Apollonius to
his brother in a moment of angry disillusionment: "I swear by Sarapis, if it
were not that I have a little reverence for you still, you would never see my
face again. Everything you say is untrue, and when your visions tell you that we
are going to be saved, then we sink under."35
Perhaps one point of especial interest is that we find these Greeks, here in the
heart of Egypt, with the environment of an Egyptian temple, still holding on to
the literary tradition of their people. As they sit on the sand under the
Egyptian sun, one of their occupations is to copy out on their sheets of papyrus
verses of Greek poets. We have forty-four verses of Euripides in a hand which is
that of neither of the two brothers, other verses on the same papyrus in the
handwriting of Apollonius. On the back of the papyrus are four columns of
Euripides written by Ptolemy, and two epigrams of Posidippus, which had not
otherwise come down to us, on the Pharos Lighthouse and on the temple of Arsinoe
Zephyritis. Their mistakes prove that they are not men of high literary
education; yet these men of a relatively uncultured Macedonian soldier-family,
still in their rough way take pleasure in the scraps of Greek poetry they know.
It is a significant indication of the kind of culture kept up by the Greeks
scattered over Eastern countries in the centuries after Alexander.
NOTE: Most dream pages with the words 'four columns' in it I
find on the internet are about war in different eras.
The columns of horses are always in four.
My own previous dream was in 2009 - about the four horsemen of
Apr 11, 2004 – 8-16-09
- THE FOUR HORSEMEN
OF THE APOCALYPSE ... At
that point, one of the men with
a goatee type beard and mustache, dropped into ...
3-13-13 - DREAM
I went to something like a park-like area where large groups
of people were meeting to share food, drink, and items like a flea market.
On the way there, a very large doctor who used to be my
psychologist/psychiatrist in Washington State came along behind me, and said he
was glad to see me again. He cautioned me to be careful crossing the
street. The street was very wide and had a lot of traffic, but I was a
city girl and knew I wouldn't have any trouble crossing the street.
However, when I got to the far side, a bus was coming along, and I had to
scamper the last couple of feet to get behind a telephone pole so the bus
wouldn't hit me.
I had to cross another street then and was told that my
husband was dead and then I had to get over a gap in the street that had rotten
boards in it with garbage at the bottom, and I managed to get past that, and
went to the house where a tall woman named Nancy came to the door and let me in.
She called me by the wrong name, (I can't remember what name she said,)
but then I thought they were talking about someone else and she just got me
mixed up with another person.
The psychiatrist who I had met on the street earlier was
there, and he asked me how I was, and I said I was fine and that I had gone to a
lot of counseling after I left Washington State (which was true) I went to
a psychiatrist in Illinois, and I went to two different psychologists in
Milwaukee, WI after I went home and was working again. I graduated from both
places after a few weeks because both of those women were so good and I
understood where my thinking process had been wrong, which I worked on changing,
and then I felt a lot better about myself.
This tall male doctor said that he did radio shows all across
the country and I had probably heard him on occasion. Whether I knew it
was him or not, I don't know because I never remembered his name.
The doctor said: "No Bententine." - "I said, No
I'm not certain of the spelling of the word, which is not on
the internet. I did find this instead:
Then he said, "On Sept. 4th, The Tye Sky will die, and when
Tye Sky dies, the sky will go dark."
When that was said, I was actually awake, and lucid dreaming
or something because I heard those words in my head, while awake.
I found some videos about this:
This is about a war being fought in the sky.
All kinds of events are related to September 4th.
3-15-13 - This was a meditation dream - I didn't get enough
sleep last night and didn't dream, which usually means I've been picked up by
I was extremely overtired last night as well because I worked
so hard outside yesterday. Before I fell asleep, I couldn't decide if I should
go to sleep or get something to eat. My head felt really strange and wired
In the following dream, which was after eating breakfast this
is what I remember. There was probably more prior to what I remember.
In the dream I had a cell phone, which when I pressed a button
near the bottom, it caused an alarm to go off out in the hallway of my apartment
in the building. Another woman grabbed my cellphone, stopped the alarm, and the
phone disappeared. I couldn't find it again.
I went to a store or bar with food in it then but while
walking around the store, I realized I had forgotten my wallet in my haste to
get out of the apartment. I wanted to go into the store's bathroom, but a
woman with a double wide baby stroller went in before me and I couldn't wait.
I was trying to drive through a woman's apartment which was
too narrow to back up once I was in it. There were other people trying to
drive in the same space. There were parking spaces along one side, but
there just wasn't enough room to get out of the space I was in.
I went back to the car and in trying to back up, I couldn't
move my foot to step on the brake because I was actually sitting in my
meditation chair and couldn't move my foot backwards to get a different foot
movement in the car at the same time. I was now half asleep, half awake...
Because I couldn't step on the brake, a voice in my head said
loudly, "You just created an alien event, Monk!"
Is that my alien name? It comes to me that it's probably short
I was awake now, and had a vision of the words:
PLANETARY TRIANGULATION ADJUCATION
That really woke me up.
NOTE: After doing a web search for the words PLANETARY
TRIANGULATION ADJUDICATION, it comes to me that it means 'on the planet on which
I am living, and not in space, I think this is about three countries going to
war. Having had multiple war type dreams this month, that becomes more and more
clear since I had nine dreams in 2010 about the 2011 economy crunch by dreaming
about a 'house of cards' coming down.
WHEN I LOOKED UP THE WORDS, THIS IS THE ARTICLE THAT GOT MY
News of similar case emerges day after release of Brandon Raub
Paul Joseph Watson
Friday, August 24, 2012
Just a day after Brandon Raub was released following his
incarceration in a psychiatric ward over political Facebook posts, news has
emerged of a similar case involving a veteran who had his guns seized after
being labeled a “mental defective’ and faces being committed by a judge.
Radio host Steve Quayle
was sent news of an Army combat veteran and Purple Heart recipient in west
central Ohio who was the victim of a police raid on the evening of August 22nd
during which Miami County Ohio Sheriff’s deputies executed a search warrant to
seize the man’s firearms for the “safety of the defendant and the general
public,” according to the warrant.
The veteran, who is currently unnamed, had his guns taken
because he was adjudged to be mentally incompetent, despite the fact that his
previous VA psychiatric evaluations were all clear, he is not on medication, and
he had no criminal record. The man appears to be a respected member of the
community – he works for a Christian company and his father is a police officer
and a pastor.
“The person is under adjudication of mental incompetence, has
been adjudicated as a mental defective, has been committed to a mental
institution, has been found by a court to be a mentally ill person subject to
hospitalization by court order, or is an involuntary patient other than one who
is a patient only for purposes of observation. As used in this division,
“mentally ill person subject to hospitalization by court order” and “patient”
have the same meanings as in section 5122.01 of the Revised Code,” states the
Amongst the items confiscated were a .45 caliber pistol, one
.380 caliber pistol, a 12 gauge shotgun, two AR-15 rifles, a stripped AR-15
lower receiver, as well as a hunting knife.
“In addition to the confiscations, the deputies attempted to
question my friend and his fiancée,” states the email sent to Quayle by the
man’s friend. “I didn’t get specific details on the questions asked. They
refused to answer any questions without an attorney present. When my friend
stated, “This is bullshit,” one of the deputy detectives remarked, “Look man,
I’m just doing my job.”
The veteran now faces “an evaluation of mental competency” with
a judge who will decide whether he should be committed to a state psychiatric
ward. If any more weapons are found on the man’s property in the interim he will
have committed a felony and will face a jail sentence.
Since the veteran is active in the so-called truth movement or
patriot community, it is assumed that his involvement in this field is part of
the reason why he has been targeted for psychiatric evaluation.
“Unlike Brandon Raub’s case, however, the state of Ohio won’t
allow law enforcement to involuntarily commit a person unless there is an
immediate need to do so, such as holding a gun to their head or another person’s
head,” states the email. “Ohio law requires a judge to make the decision on
having a person evaluated for mental illness. Of course, you’re then evaluated
by a state-appointed psych, and that isn’t exactly going to play out in your
favor. Had my friend lived in Virginia, he may be sitting in a metal hospital
(prison) right now. Or worse.”
The veteran’s lawyer has already filed motions attempting to
discover who asked the judge to sign the search warrant and for what reason he
was declared mentally defective.
Earlier this year, we reported on a similar case involving David Sarti, one
of the participants in the National Geographic Channel’s Doomsday Prepper
show. Sarti visited his doctor complaining of chest pains, only to have the
doctor later commit him to a psychiatric ward and alert authorities, before
Sarti was declared “mentally defective” and put on an FBI list that stripped him
of his second amendment rights.
Brandon Raub, a former veteran of the wars in Afghanistan and
Iraq, was also involuntarily detained for psychiatric questioning last week by
authorities in Virginia’s Chesterfield County for leaving anti-establishment
messages on Facebook which questioned the official story behind 9/11 and
referred to corruption within the U.S. government. Raub also posted song lyrics
on a private message board.
The FBI claimed Raub’s posts were “terrorist in nature” and yet
within a week
Raub was ordered to be released by a judge who found that the original
petition for his detention contained no facts whatsoever on the reason for his
Raub’s lawyer John Whitehead revealed that shortly before his release,
psychiatrists had threatened to forcibly medicate Raub in order to “brainwash”
Whitehead warned that there were 20,000 recent cases in Virginia
alone of people being snatched from their homes having been declared mentally
defective by the state with virtually no due process whatsoever and with the
victim having committed no crime.
Critics have made comparisons to the infamous psikhushka
psychiatric prisons in the former Soviet Union where dissidents were sent to be
isolated, brainwashed, and have their political ideas discredited amongst the
Given the fact that the Department of Homeland Security has
repeatedly demonized veterans as likely domestic terrorists, it’s clear that
former servicemen are being targeted as part of an effort to chill free speech
and discourage other veterans from being politically active.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for
Prison Planet.com. He is the author of
Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones
Show and Infowars Nightly News.
3-16-13 - VISION - I looked out the window of my house
towards the north - looking out into the trees, and suddenly a Civil war soldier
wearing a dark blue uniform appeared on a prancing dark brown horse.
3-16-13 - I JUST GOT THIS WAR PROPHECY IN AN E-MAIL FROM A
PERSON WHO DOES NOT KNOW I AM WORKING ON THIS BLOG
Russian Prophecy - Translated from perfect
Russian into English 3-2-13 by the local saints in SW WA
The following prophecy was given to one of God’s followers in February 2013
The text has been translated into English for this printing.
A talk is going around about a war, but not many understand. I am God and I
will let the war happen to humble my people. Wickedness is great and they
are not ashamed to do shameful deeds. But I will not tolerate it and soon
will expose their adultery and they will be crying with bitterness if they
don’t repent. The repentance needs to be genuine, not false like so many are
doing—it is not pleasing Me. But repent genuinely and fulfill My Word. The
people who truly repent, I will guard and save. Soon there are going to be
riots between peoples and there will be a war. Difficult times are coming,
but all this is to humble my people, which once accepted but did not value
how precious the Sacrifice was that I suffered in order to redeem. My
redeemed, washed in my blood, will rejoice because they are going to be
saved. But the ones that don’t esteem My sacrifice, they don’t realize that
they will perish. Soon the earth will open its mouth because of My anger, to
swallow the sinners. But I don’t want this. Repent and you shall be saved.
Hell is a place of torment and I don’t want to send souls there, but many
are plunging down. Renew your heart so you don’t fall into that place. Give
mercy to people, love one another and you will be given mercy and be saved.
I will send sickness to humble the flesh, because wickedness is great and my
soul hates it. Be afraid of those things, so you don’t perish, because many
have perished already and they don’t acknowledge it. I am knocking on their
hearts, but they don’t hear. They are quenching my call. They will be
knocking on the gate but I will reject them like they were rejecting Me. May
your deeds be good not evil. The pure in heart shall see Me. Cleanse your
hearts constantly because I am coming and I will not delay. The earth will
flee from My appearance. The ones that don’t accept my name will be in fear
and shame. They will want to be saved, but they will be too late, because
the time was given. So don’t be a careless soul, because faithful and pure
hearts I will let into my city. They will glow like heavenly lights in My
glory. Woe to the ones who rejected Me. Their cry will be bitter and I will
not listen to them, because they didn’t listen to Me when I wanted their
repentance from their wicked deeds. There is desolation in My temple, and
hearts are not pure. But I will cleanse if you will call. My soul hates
their praises. I don’t want that kind of praise which they bring up to me in
their lawlessness, but I want repentance. The wicked world is waiting for My
judgment for its deeds and I will judge. Don’t think that you can escape
without repentance. So repent today in the acceptable time while My blood
can still cleanse your sins because the pure in heart shall see God. The
ones that don’t want to think about cleansing are condemned now because they
disregarded My sacrifice for sin. I want to give mercy, want to save, want
to bless, but not many want it. Most people choke the good in their hearts
with their deeds. That’s why in these last days I will pour out My Spirit
onto the chosen with pure hearts, tongues and thoughts, but those who lust
and don’t meditate on Me, I will punish. So meditate on me day and night in
every place and you will be blessed. Your prayers will be heard and you will
not be judged with the unrighteous. Thus saith the Holy Spirit, Amen.
Mar 5, 2013
MORE ON 3-17-13
3-17-13 - DREAM - I played several games of cards, looking
for the triangular patterns in them.
3-17-13 - DREAM - This dream was similar to the one above,
but this game attached letters and names to them, though I can't recall
them. Again I was looking for triangular patterns in them.
This article was posted: Friday, August 24, 2012
NOTE: IN RECENT DAYS, THERE WERE E-MAILS ARRIVING IN MY INBOX ABOUT MILITARY
PREPARATIONS OF SOME BIG SIZE IN MY OPINION AND OTHERS ARE WORRIED ABOUT IT AS
The following e-mail was received today: 3-15-13
It has now been confirmed that the goal of the Department of Homeland
Security is to purchase a total of 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition. A portion
of that ammunition is hollow point bullets, which have been banned from use in
war by international law. Another portion is specialized sniper ammunition.
In case you have a difficult time comprehending the significance of 1.6 billion
rounds of ammunition, allow me to give you a couple of comparisons. During the
height of the war in Iraq, the US Army fired less than 6 million rounds per
month. That means DHS has enough ammunition to supply the US Army for 266.67
months (22.22 years) of intense war.
THIS ONE CAME ON 3-16-13
More Warning Signs Obama Poised for Hostile Military Takeover of U.S.
THIS ONE ALSO CAME TODAY:
American Forces News Articles for U.S. Department of Defense.
This information has recently been updated, and is now available.
This one is from 3-10-13
Busted. Gabby Giffords’ Husband Spews Anti-Assault Weapon Rhetoric Then
Caught Buying an AR-15
Kelly bought the AR-15 at Diamondback Police Supply in Tucson.
Mark E. Kelly, gun-control proponent and husband to former Congresswoman Gabby
Giffords, recently purchased an AR-15 (an “assault weapon,” he called it)—which
he now says he intended as an illustration of the need for more stringent gun
>Kelly reportedly bought the AR-15 and a 1911-style semi-automatic pistol at
Diamondback Police Supply in Tucson, Arizona.
>Various sources contacted Breitbart News once Kelly made the purchase, and
after we began investigating the details surrounding the purchase, Kelly
announced on his Facebook that he was not going to keep the AR-15, which he has
yet to pick up from the store.
Leaked yesterday by Arizona radio host James T. Harris via an anonymous
source, the above photo is of Congresswoman Gabby Giffords holding an AR-15 back
in October 2010. The photo was taken during campaign season by an anonymous
source who is of law enforcement — the purpose of the photo was to ‘toughen up’
Giffords’ image. The photo was well known in the Arizona law enforcement
community but had remained publicly concealed until yesterday.
The reason for the photo leak was due to a separate photo released last weak
of Gifford’s husband Mark Kelly
mysteriously purchasing his own AR. Mark Kelly’s hypocrisy upset a number of
law enforcement officials.
Breitbart News, the anonymous source said, “Giffords and Kelly came across
with a different demeanor in 2010. To me, it seems like they’ve done a complete
180 because of what happened. And with the latest controversy — with Mark Kelly
doing what he did with the AR-15 stunt — this photo needs to be put out.”
Both Gabby Giffords and her husband Mark Kelly
recently created the gun control Super PAC Americans for Responsible
NOT THAT LONG AGO, I DID A BLOG PAGE ABOUT THE COMING 'DRAFT' WHICH MEANS WAR
- AND THAT THE DRAFT WOULD INCLUDE WOMEN.
JUST A WEEK AGO, THE NEWS WAS TALKING ABOUT WOMEN BEING NOW ALLOWED TO GO ON
THE BATTLE FIELD WHICH WAS NOT ALLOWED BEFORE.
American Forces News Articles for U.S. Department of Defense. This
information has recently been updated, and is now available.
JUST WHY DO WOMEN HAVE TO GO TO WAR NOW? EVEN IN WORLD WARS THEY
American Forces News Articles for U.S. Department of Defense.
This information has recently been updated, and is now available.
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