April 11, 2017 By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A fearful Ministry of Defense (MoD) emergency action bulletin circulating in the Kremlin today says that President Putin has ordered the Northern Fleet to its highest wartime footing after confirmation was received that a North Korean submarine, believed to be nuclear armed, is currently being chased in the Pacific Ocean waters off the Western Coast on the United States—and whose orders to unleash an attack upon America were broadcast in coded messages by Pyongyang Radio less than 24 hours ago. [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 bulletin, at 00:00 (midnight) (GMT+8:30) local time, Pyongyang Radio began broadcasting to its “members of the remote education university” a massive series of mysterious random numbers—with MoD intelligence experts noting that this broadcast coincided with all known North Korean submarines currently active in the Pacific Ocean region suddenly undertaking combat evasive actions.
Within 6 hours of this North Korean broadcast occurring, this bulletin continues, the MoD reported that US and Canadian anti-submarine warplanes were rapidly converging off the coast of California—with the Pentagon refusing to inform their Federation counterparts as to what was exactly occurring.
Multiple low-flying aircraft including a Navy EP-3E Aries II, which is used for electronic surveillance, a Navy P-3C Orion, which is used for submarine spotting, and a Boeing P-8 Poseidon used for anti-submarine warfare off California
Within 1 hour of these US and Canadian anti-submarine warplanes converging over the Pacific Ocean waters off the coast of California, this bulletin further notes, China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) ordered an emergency deployment of 150,000 troops to its common border with North Korea—and 2 hours later ordered nearly a dozen North Korean ships carrying coal to immediately leave Chinese waters and return to their port of origin.