Noord Korea aan de Noordzee met Spoedwet – Interessante Tijden


17-08-20 08:47:00,


Donderdag schaft de Tweede Kamer zichzelf af door voor de ‘Spoedwet’ te stemmen die al onze mensenrechten intrekt. Nota bene de Partij voor de ‘Vrijheid’ (Geert Wilders) dringt bij Hugo de Jonge er nog op aan om mensen die positief getest zijn (dat hoeft dus niet ‘besmet’ te zijn) voor EEN virus meteen op te sluiten. Daarom heb ik even een email gestuurd naar de PVV voor opheldering.

Alleen de FvD pleit openlijk voor intrekken van de Spoedwet waarbij de minister absolute bevoegdheid krijgt, en de Tweede Kamer opzij mag schuiven. We worden verplicht tot ontmenselijking via allerlei vernederende regels en reinigingsrituelen, op een wijze waarbij Noord Korea een feest van vrijheid lijkt.


Aan Rene Dercksen van de PVV, waarvoor ik wel eens een ecologenklusje deed, stuurde ik nog deze email, met de titel ‘Is Geert Wilders gek geworden’?, nadat ik een filmpje van zijn optreden zag:

Beste Rene

Wie in de virus-hysterie niet het zelfde patroon en achtergronden herkent als al die andere ‘crises’ zoals de CO2-hysterie, heeft die het wel begrepen?

Daarmee wil ik je vragen, of je contact hebt met Wilders die perfect het spelletje meespeelt met De Jonge via these-antithese-synthese: een tirannie instellen, en dat door een ‘Partij voor de Vrijheid’.

Tegenover Hugo de Jonge wat de Law and Order jongen uithangen, flinke meneer, de ‘regse’ posee, terwijl de discussie moet zijn:

In wat voor maatschappij willen we leven, 1 op basis van dwang, bedrog, bangmakerij en intimidatie of op basis van vrijwilligheid en eerlijkheid.

Je hoeft je maar oppervlakkig te informeren om te zien dat die viruswaan eender is aan al die andere crises: uit het verband gerukte risicoperceptie voor corporate belangen

In dit geval: voor het medisch industrieel complex rond Bill Gates cs, in NL rond Feike Sijbesma, Klaas Knot cs en de 2030 Agenda. Zie ook mijn filmpje voor Blue Tiger, en ik hoop dat je Wilders tot rede kunt brengen

Wat zijn jullie: Partij voor de VRIJHEID, hoe kun je dan ook maar 1 seconde serieus overwegen om een Big Brother/Big Doctor is Watching You-maatschappij te installeren?

Twee gevangenen geven de middelvinger 🙂

They Try to build a Prison
Daarom vandaag maar wat foto’s van de strafkolonie Veenhuizen,

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North Korea Supplied Syrian Chemical Weapons A Lie


29-05-20 05:59:00,


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WikiLeaks dice que se publicaron documentos no redactados del ...Accusations from Prof. Remco Breuker, Leiden University: the North Korea connection of delivering chemical substances to Syria, to make chemical weapons, and therefore, the Syrian government could kill its own people. For that reason, he claims they bombed Syria in 2018.

The United States, along with Britain and France, bombed Syria in April 2018, because of the alleged chemical attack in Douma, where 42 people lost they’re live. An illegal attack, nothing was proven that the Syrian government poisoned its own people. It was a “fake” attack, as many witnesses came forward and even traveled to the OPCW in Den Haag, the Netherlands.

Later it turned out, that all of it was invented by the so-called White Helmets, who were also responsible for setting-up the alleged chemical attack in Khan Sheikoun. Once Khan Sheikoun was liberated by the Syrian and Russian army, evidence was found, in the caves surrounding the city. Suits, chemical components were found, the chemical poison was mainly supplied by British companies.

2018 Bombing

A report by U.N. experts finds that North Korea supplied the Syrian government with materials that could have been used to produce chemical weapons on several occasions in the last two years, lending weight to long-standing suspicions that Syria is continuing to use these weapons on its own people.

The 200-page report, which remains unpublished but was reviewed by the New York Times, documents at least 40 previously unreported shipments from North Korea to Syria from 2012 to 2017, they claimed. No word about the British shipment of protective suits, the components for chemical poison delivered to the White Helmets in Khan Sheikoun. the White Helmets as we know we’re part of Al-Queada, Al-Nusra and DAESH.

Components for Chemical weapons

A Dutch professor, specialized in North Korea, Prof. Remco Breukers, claims in his research that North Korea shipped chemical components from 2012 till 2017 to Syria, already under president Hafez-Al-Assad there were good relations between Syria and North Korea, what is wrong with that, you can ask yourself? Germany, the Netherlands, France, the US, and VK shipped many chemicals to Syria,

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Cooperation between North and South Korea not dependent on US-N. Korea talks – Seoul


15-01-20 09:21:00,

Inter-Korean cooperation doesn’t necessarily have to wait for Washington’s denuclearization talks with Pyongyang to progress, South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha said on Tuesday.

She made the statement after meeting with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and other diplomats in Palo Alto, California. “Our basic stance is that North Korea-US talks and inter-Korean dialogue complement each other in a virtuous cycle,” the minister said.

Kang added that, with US-North Korea talks in stalemate, it is essential to revive “North Korea’s engagement momentum” through inter-Korean talks.

The meeting came after South Korean President Moon Jae-in said inter-Korean cooperation could help ease the way for sanctions to be lifted on North Korea. However, it is unclear whether Pyongyang would welcome the proposed steps, Reuters said.

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Worst deal ever? S. Korea fumes as US tries to raise price tag for hosting American troops by FIVE TIMES


19-11-19 01:44:00,

A US demand for South Korea to quintuple spending for hosting American troops earned a stiff rebuke from Seoul, to which Washington responded by walking out of “cost-sharing” talks to give Koreans time to “reconsider.”

Some of the US’ closest allies have bowed to pressure and agreed to pay more for the US-provided protection and deterrence, but the price tag is still an issue for Seoul. The US and South Korea found themselves at an impasse when the former demanded that Seoul spend $5 billion each year for hosting 28,500 American personnel on its soil.

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The sum would compensate US troops for their labor, support their families, and fund rotational troop deployment, along with offshore training expenses, according to Yonhap. Previously, Seoul was only asked to pay for its workers hired by US forces, construction activities at American bases, and other minor expenses.

$5 billion is actually five times bigger than one of East Asia’s biggest economies agreed to pay this year. Unsurprisingly, the cost-sharing meeting between American and South Korean negotiators abruptly ended one hour after starting, though it was scheduled to run throughout Tuesday.

South Korea’s chief negotiator Jeong Eun-bo confirmed Seoul and Washington are far apart on the issue, noting there is “a significant difference between the overall proposal from the United States and our position.” Seoul’s foreign ministry was a bit more articulate, signaling that Seoul is unwilling to pay more than it has done “over the last 28 years.”

There’s also a growing irritation at the pressure Washington is piling on Seoul. This Monday, the Korea Times, one of the most-read newspapers, run an angry editorial accusing the Trump administration of putting money before a desire to strengthen ties. 

Coming a day after Seoul and Beijing agreed to “foster bilateral exchanges and cooperation in defense,” the piece warned that US-South Korea alliance may fall apart due to “Washington’s blatantly excessive demand for Seoul to cover the cost of the US military presence.”

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‘Game change’: S. Korea to create robots resembling humans & animals for future wars


12-05-19 10:45:00,

In news that may stir fears of a Robocalypse among the faint-hearted, South Korea’s military unveiled plans to design robots that would mimic animals and humans. The ‘biorobots’ could be deployed in five years.

South Korea’s Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has published a new document offering a glimpse into the country’s grandiose plans to put several kinds of sophisticated biometric robots into military service within the next several years, Yonhap reported.

The DAPA said that it would galvanize efforts to design robots that would resemble humans and other living creatures, such as insects, birds, snakes, and possibly other marine life. For the moment, priority has been placed on developing human and insects-like robots. If the effort pays off, the know-how might be brought into the South Korean Army as early as 2024.

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The agency called the proposed biometric robots “a game change in future warfare” that will set the direction for the future of the defense industry. 

Once “enrolled” in the army, humanoid and animaloid robots would be used for a variety of tasks, including rescue and search missions and reconnaissance.

That robots will one day replace humans on the battlefield or will make up the majority of the combat troops is no longer an idea from the world of science fiction, but a firm conviction of some security experts. 

In 2016, the head of Russia’s military hi-tech body – analogous to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in the US – said the notion of people fighting battles on the ground will soon be obsolete.

“Future warfare will involve operators and machines, not soldiers shooting at each other on the battlefield,” Andrey Grigoriev, head of the Advanced Research Foundation (ARF), said

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