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Sporadic Tsunamis Hit Western Coastline of North America, Three Huge Asian Earthquakes, China 8.8, Japan 7.9

11 Mar
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There have been 1200 seismic events in China in the last 90 days. On Thursday in Japan a 7.9 quake and an 8.8 quake struck followed by a catastrophic tsunami in the early afternoon on 3.10.11. Videos covering this event are posted below.

This is breaking news and this post will be frequently updated. I was evacuated from Crescent City California (where I was traveling on my way north to Seattle) all day today, so I am late reporting on what took place, just got back online 9:30 pm 3.11.11.

Mega Earthquake, Tsunami Leaves Scenes of Devastation in Japan

Tsunami Damage to Crescent City California Harbor

Governor Brown Declares State of Emergency for Four California Counties Due to Tsunami Damage

Earthquake related Tsunami hits North Eastern Japan

A TSUNAMI WATCH has been issued for Guam, The Philippines, Soul South Korea and Hawaii on 11 pm 3.10.11

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in the U.S. state of Hawaii said a tsunami warning was also in effect for Russia, Marcus Island and the Northern Marianas.  It said a tsunami watch was issued for Guam, Taiwan, the Philippines, Indonesia and Hawaii.

For the latest tsunami alerts See http://www.weather.gov/ptwc/

Live Internet Seismic Server Global Earthquake Reports 24-7

“Anti North Korea” Riots Rock South Korea, Rioters Gassed

28 Nov

11.27.2010 Youtube re-post by CK Hunter

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UK Financial Times World Weekly Podcast: North Korea, China’s Response, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, EU

27 Nov

Podcast repost 11.26.10 By CK Hunter

Click http://podcast.ft.com/index.php?pid=987

Browse all recent UK Financial Times Podcasts here.

Europeans Strive to Calm Nerves in Financial Markets

Will Ireland Default? Ask Belgium

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NBC Introduces the President of the CFR to America in Response to North Korea’s Attack on South

24 Nov

Copyright 2010-3010 Chase Kyla Hunter, Re-posts permitted leaving content and links intact.

Have you ever heard of Richard N. Haass? He is the sitting president of the Council on Foreign Relations, the New York based new world order “think tank” which is directly tied to the UN and it’s globalist mandate. The CFR tells all top American politicians “what they should be doing” and how to proceed on any number of issues both foreign and domestic, from behind the scenes and has done so for at least 20 years or more. I’ve been monitoring this entity since 1990, so I am not in the mood for anyone who hasn’t studied the CFR for 20 years to try to argue with me.

What had my jaw on the floor this evening while watching the NBC Evening News with Brian Williams was the fact that comments from [so called] President Barack Obama were not necessarily referenced first on NBC in response to yesterday’s blatant provocations by North Korea. No, the man they trotted out to be interviewed on live TV for Americans to see and hear, was none other than the current sitting President of the Council on Foreign Relations. I see this as a strong signal that the CFR will be taking a much more public role in foreign policy crisis management.

So I’d like to ask American readers the 64,000 question once again: Who do you thinks REALLY operates and governs the United States of America, including operating and managing the White House? It’s not the sitting US President, it’s not congress, the Senate or the Judiciary. It’s the NYC based Council on Foreign Relations. Tonite’s media appearance by Richard N. Haass to soothe frayed nerves over North Korea could not be a more clear signal. There is a higher political and advisory power behind the White House, and tonite Americans watching NBC Nightly News met the president of that power.

For other astute “evening news decoders” like me who were watching the opening 5 minutes of this evenings NBC Evening News, we get the signal loud and clear. Barack Obama is a lame duck president, not relegated with enough relevancy to even be referred to first in a moment of possible imminent national crisis. Who did Big Media turn to for a comforting word?

They turned to a live TV interview with the President of the American arm of the new world order: Richard N. Haass. Whether or not anyone else noticed, for me, this was a significant turning point in American big media, possibly the beginning of tacitly introducing more and more of the “hidden powers that be” into the open bright lights of tv news rooms, magazine covers, and related news networks affiliated with nwo big media.

If you are as unhappy as I am, along with other American patriots, then continue to confront these ruling elites just as you have seen done in several of the videos below. The American people are NOT HAPPY to learn that a secret think tank in NYC has been puppeteering the White House and the US Presidency for nearly 40 years, and there has to be a way to put a stop to it, before it is too late.

Chase Kyla Hunter

Here’s the interview from NBC Nightly News and related items:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp/40344754#40344754

Want to be totally infuriated? Watch this video:

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North Korea Fires on South Korea: At Least 4 Injured

23 Nov
Topographic map of South Korea. Created with G...

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11.23.10 Re-post from Google News By CK Hunter

See http://edition.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/asiapcf/11/23/nkorea.skorea.military.fire/?hpt=T2

By the CNN Wire Staff
November 23, 2010 — Updated 0704 GMT (1504 HKT)
North Korean soldiers stand guard in Panmunjom in the buffer zone between the two Koreas on October 20, 2010.
North Korean soldiers stand guard in Panmunjom in the buffer zone between the two Koreas on October 20, 2010.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • NEW: At least 200 rounds of artillery hit island, Yonhap says
  • NEW: South Korea deploys fighter jets
  • Four soldiers are hurt, the Yonhap news agency says
  • Some of the artillery landed on an inhabited island
RELATED TOPICS

Seoul, South Korea (CNN) — North Korea on Tuesday fired artillery into the sea near its tense western sea border with South Korea, injuring at least

four South Korean soldiers, the Yonhap news agency reported.

At least 200 rounds of artillery hit an inhabited South Korean island, Yonhap said.

The firing began about 2:30 p.m. local time

The South Korean army raised its alert condition and braced for any possible fire, the report said.

The country’s military responded with 80 rounds of artillery and deployed fighter jets to counter the fire, Yonhap said.

Images of plumes of smoke were quickly broadcast on Yonhap television, but it was not immediately clear what the artillery had hit.

The island that was hit has a total of about 1,300 residents, a fisherman who lives on the island told Yonhap.

The South Korean immediately called an emergency meeting of its security ministers.

North Korea shells South Korean island

Reuters – Jonathan Thatcher, John Chalmers – ‎30 minutes ago‎
SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea on Tuesday fired dozens of artillery shells at a South Korean island, setting buildings on fire and prompting a return of fire by the South, Seoul’s military and media reports said. A witness said residents of the island

Report: N. Korea fires on S. Korea, injuring at least 4

CNN – ‎25 minutes ago‎
By the CNN Wire Staff North Korean soldiers stand guard in Panmunjom in the buffer zone between the two Koreas on October 20, 2010. four South Korean soldiers, the Yonhap news agency reported. At least 200 rounds of artillery hit an inhabited South

S. Korea Scrambles Jets, Returns Fire After North Shells Island

BusinessWeekBomi Lim – ‎19 minutes ago‎
Nov. 23 (Bloomberg) — South Korea scrambled fighter jets and returned fire after North Korea lobbed dozens of shells into its territory, injuring four soldiers, Yonhap News reported. A South Korean Defense Ministry official, who declined

EURO GOVT-Bunds rise after N.Korean artillery fire reports

Reuters – William James, Patrick Graham – ‎13 minutes ago‎
LONDON Nov 23 (Reuters) – German Bund futures rose on Tuesday, matching a sharp rally in US Treasuries after reports of North Korean artillery fire at a South Korean island pushed investors towards safe-haven government bonds.

North Korea artillery fire hits South island

Reuters – ‎23 minutes ago‎
SEOUL Nov 23 (Reuters) – North Korea on Tuesday fired dozens of artillery shells at a South Korean island, setting buildings on fire and prompting a return fire by the South, Seoul’s military and media reports said. Seoul’s YTN television quoted a

North Korea Fires on South Korea: 4 Injured

23 Nov
Topographic map of South Korea. Created with G...

Image via Wikipedia

11.23.10 Re-post from Google News By CK Hunter

See http://edition.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/asiapcf/11/23/nkorea.skorea.military.fire/?hpt=T2

By the CNN Wire Staff
November 23, 2010 — Updated 0704 GMT (1504 HKT)
North Korean soldiers stand guard in Panmunjom in the buffer zone between the two Koreas on October 20, 2010.
North Korean soldiers stand guard in Panmunjom in the buffer zone between the two Koreas on October 20, 2010.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • NEW: At least 200 rounds of artillery hit island, Yonhap says
  • NEW: South Korea deploys fighter jets
  • Four soldiers are hurt, the Yonhap news agency says
  • Some of the artillery landed on an inhabited island
RELATED TOPICS

Seoul, South Korea (CNN) — North Korea on Tuesday fired artillery into the sea near its tense western sea border with South Korea, injuring at least

four South Korean soldiers, the Yonhap news agency reported.

At least 200 rounds of artillery hit an inhabited South Korean island, Yonhap said.

The firing began about 2:30 p.m. local time

The South Korean army raised its alert condition and braced for any possible fire, the report said.

The country’s military responded with 80 rounds of artillery and deployed fighter jets to counter the fire, Yonhap said.

Images of plumes of smoke were quickly broadcast on Yonhap television, but it was not immediately clear what the artillery had hit.

The island that was hit has a total of about 1,300 residents, a fisherman who lives on the island told Yonhap.

The South Korean immediately called an emergency meeting of its security ministers.

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North Korea shells South Korean island

Reuters – Jonathan Thatcher, John Chalmers – ‎30 minutes ago‎
SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea on Tuesday fired dozens of artillery shells at a South Korean island, setting buildings on fire and prompting a return of fire by the South, Seoul’s military and media reports said. A witness said residents of the island

Report: N. Korea fires on S. Korea, injuring at least 4

CNN – ‎25 minutes ago‎
By the CNN Wire Staff North Korean soldiers stand guard in Panmunjom in the buffer zone between the two Koreas on October 20, 2010. four South Korean soldiers, the Yonhap news agency reported. At least 200 rounds of artillery hit an inhabited South

S. Korea Scrambles Jets, Returns Fire After North Shells Island

BusinessWeek – Bomi Lim – ‎19 minutes ago‎
Nov. 23 (Bloomberg) — South Korea scrambled fighter jets and returned fire after North Korea lobbed dozens of shells into its territory, injuring four soldiers, Yonhap News reported. A South Korean Defense Ministry official, who declined

EURO GOVT-Bunds rise after N.Korean artillery fire reports

Reuters – William James, Patrick Graham – ‎13 minutes ago‎
LONDON Nov 23 (Reuters) – German Bund futures rose on Tuesday, matching a sharp rally in US Treasuries after reports of North Korean artillery fire at a South Korean island pushed investors towards safe-haven government bonds.

North Korea artillery fire hits South island

Reuters – ‎23 minutes ago‎
SEOUL Nov 23 (Reuters) – North Korea on Tuesday fired dozens of artillery shells at a South Korean island, setting buildings on fire and prompting a return fire by the South, Seoul’s military and media reports said. Seoul’s YTN television quoted a

 

Nuclear War “Flashpoint” Warning: North Korea Fired Torpedo on March 26th 2010 That Sank A South Korean Ship

21 May

5.20.2010 By CK Hunter

Nuclear War “Flashpoint” Warning:

Dire events are issuing forth from the long acknowledged to be deranged Kim Jong Il of North Korea. Comments made by a North Korean official indicate an attitude and disposition of actually attempting to blackmail the USA and world community with nuclear war if any sort of military retaliatory actions or UN sanctions are taken. His comments were deeply disturbing, if they are, in fact, taken at face value.

These compiled videos show just a few recent events that should give the world pause:

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US warns N Korea over sinking

BBC News – ‎59 minutes ago‎

The US state department says there “will definitely be consequences” for North Korea following the sinking of a South Korean warship in March. The North is facing international condemnation after investigators blamed it for the sinking of the ship,
May 20, 2010 Lewis Chessmen, Malawi anti-gay legislation, State Dinner for Mexican President Calderon, South Korean warship remains and more. May 20, 2010: Jacqui Austin, left, and Lindsay McGill of National Museums Scotland show off some of the Lewis
Foreign Affairs Minister Stephen Smith says a report blaming North Korea for sinking a South Korean warship means any hope of holding nuclear disarmament talks with Pyongyang in the near future has been dashed.

North Korean Torpedo Blamed In Sinking Of Warship

AHN | All Headline News – Windsor Genova – ‎1 hour ago‎

Seoul, South Korea (AHN) – South Korea announced Thursday it found North Korea responsible for the sinking of its warship on March 26 and vowed punishment. Pyongyang responded by threatening war for any military retaliation or economic sanction by its

Pentagon won’t say ship sinking is an act of war

The Associated Press – Anne Flaherty – ‎2 hours ago‎

WASHINGTON — The Pentagon’s top leadership refused on Thursday to label the sinking of a South Korean ship an act of war. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the United States supports the finding that North Korea sank a South Korean warship in March.

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