Before looking at today's matrix, let's look at a North Korean propaganda video (4 minutes 14 seconds) about how North Korea plans on defeating the U.S. The bad news is that it's in Korean. The good news is that my wife is a kosher South Korean who translated it for me while laughing at how ignorant the North Koreans are when it comes to talking about the United States. The article was produced by David Cenciotti in 2013 before North Korea successfully test fired two Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs). The film was released on Apr. 13 by Pyongyang, which depicts the U.S. targets exploding into balls of flames as the missiles strike on the map. Noteworthy, even if one of the presumed targets is Colorado Springs (most probably because it is where the North American Aerospace Defense Command – NORAD – is located), the target site on the map is actually located elsewhere, in southern Arkansas or northern Louisiana. But there were other errors (obvious to anyone who speaks Korean and who knows anything about our mililtary.
ROUGH TRANSLATION OF THE VIDEO. This propaganda goes something like this:
Only North Korea is confident enough to attack the United States.
The first strike will be against Washington, D.C. This long distance will be connected using a nuclear bomb. This they think will cut out the heart of the U.S.
The second strike will be against Colorado Springs because Space Command is there at Peterson Air Force Base.
The third strike shall be against the naval base in Los Angeles, California. They say that their strike will kill 22,000 people working there. (Note: The base they speak about is actually in San Diego). They think that when they cut off the (nonexistent) submarine base in Los Angeles this will get rid of the American legs.
The fourth planned strike will be against U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM) in Hawaii to eliminate the eyes and ears of the world. They indicate this means the U.S. ability to monitor communications everywhere. There are several references to eliminating or slicing off ears and eyes, then discussion of cutting off American legs and arms in one slice, leaving only the trunk of the body. But they see attacking PACOM as cutting off two of our arms leaving only our body. They think that one strike will kill all of us and they say that Kim Jong Un will order the strike - that is his war plan.
So, if there are any liberals out there who think all this is due to Donald Trump being President, now hear this. The video was released in 2013 - long before Donald Trump announced that he was a candidate for the office that he won in 2016, and assumed on January 20, 2017. This war, when it arrives, has been inevitable now for decades. When it arrives it will be because on October 21, 1994 Bill Clinton failed to buy off North Korea's weapon plans in a deal that gave them $5,000,000,000 worth of nuclear technology (two new reactors) and oil, and it will arrive because President Obama failed to act when North Korea had all four successful nuclear detonations while Obama was in office. Yes, the North tried to detonate a nuke while President Bush held office, but that test failed, having an explosive force of under 1 kiloton (in fact, only about 0.7 KT - meaning that it might not have been nuclear at all). The blast that destroyed Hiroshima was about 13 to 18 KT. The blast in Nagasaki was 20 to 22 KT.
FIGURE 1 BELOW AND ITS STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE. I have already published several matrices about an atomic war against North Korea, and an economic war against China which has helped North Korea reach its present nuclear status. Most recently I added Atomic Holocaust, Korea, China, and Guam and An economic war with China is better than a military on. In today's matrix I sought reinforcement to concepts covered above with a 9-letter axis term of TRUMP AND CHINA in wrapped Torah. It requires a letter tav rather than a tet for the first letter. As per my usual protocol, no statistical significance was assigned to the axis term, however axis term has a rare letter samech in it and an R factor of 1.127 meaning that it only had about 1 chance in 13.409 to exist. The most significant a priori key term was WAR in the open text. It had about 1 chance in 44.6 to be found this way. For the second term (KOREA) I checked for four 5-letter transliterations and found one of them touching the axis term. Odds against finding this term at an ELS on the 192-letter matrix were about 19.18 to 1. Overall the matrix was found against odds of about 855 to 1. The good thing about this matrix is that it's relatively small, however it requires a row split of 3 for the axis term to bring everything into focus. If I were to factor in the axis term then combined odds against the matrix would be about 11,471 to 1. Click here to see the full list of articles about Korea that are on this site.
Watch a 1999 video with Donald Trump explaining how he would handle North Korea. Notice that his thoughts then are very similar to his actions now:
As tensions escalate between President Donald Trump and North Korea leader Kim Jong-un, a video clip has surfaced of the late Tim Russert interviewing Trump on "Meet the Press." In the two-minute clip, Trump recounts to Russert how he'd handle a "sort of wacko" North Korea.
"You say that you as president would be willing to launch a pre-emtive strike against North Korea's nuclear capability?" Russert asks.
"First I'd negotiate," Trump says. "I'd negotiate like crazy." Trump then goes on to say that North Korean "is not a bunch of dummies and they are going out and developing nuclear weapons." He suggests military action will be needed if the negotiations don't succeed.
"If that negotiation doesn't work, you better solve the problem now than solve it later, Tim," he says. "And you know it, and every politician knows it."
Trump goes on: "Jimmy Carter who I really like and he went over there and was so soft, these people are laughing at us."