May 9, 2017 By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
An intriguing Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that the American briefing papers provided to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) ahead of tomorrow’s “unexpected/unplanned” meeting between Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in Washington D.C. contains a stunning document titled “Proposal: Rebuilding From North Korea Attack—A Path Back To Morality” that strongly suggests the United States is “inviting/urging” a catastrophic attack upon their nation in order so it can be rebuilt to reflect its nearly lost Christian values. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
According to this report, last week when Foreign Minister Lavrov was preparing for his Arctic Council meeting this week with US Secretary of State Tillerson to be held in Fairbanks, Alaska, President Donald Trump (on 2 May) personally called President Putin to request that Lavrov first stop in Washington D.C. for a “secret/private” meeting—and that the US State Department sent supporting documents to the Federation to demonstrate the critical importance of.
Interesting to note, though not contained in this report, was that when the MoD released this information in the Kremlin just hours ago, China reported that it was now conducting live fire drills and weapons tests in the northeastern Bohai Sea close to the Korean peninsula, the Anonymous hacking group warned the world to “prepare for World War III”, and Lieutenant General Viktor Poznikhir issued a warning that the US is surrounding Russia and China with missile defense systems in order to launch a “sudden nuclear strike” and prevent any retaliation.
What this MoD report does contain, though, is a chilling assessment of North Korea’s nuclear arsenal and attack plans upon the United States—that the American people have not ever been told the truth about.
Not being told to the American people about the grave threat they are now facing from North Korea, this report says, is how very simple and easy it is to make an atomic bomb—with the hardest part being able to “obtain/manufacture” the radioactive elements (uranium/plutonium) needed—but that even young teenage school boys (David Hahn and Jamie Edwards) in both the United States and United Kingdom were able to make by building their own nuclear reactors.
With North Korea, at the very least, being reported to have enough plutonium to make ten atomic bombs, this report explains, it’s important to remember that just 25 pounds of this radioactive substance surrounded by 100 pounds of TNT is enough to create a 10-kiloton miniaturized atomic bomb—and is exactly what North Korean leader Kim Jong-un revealed to the world last year his nation had…