Sunday, April 9, 2017

Here We Go: US Aircraft Carrier-Led Strike Group Heading Toward Korean Peninsula

Trump is going to make some kind of move for sure. It is not going to be sanctions. It's going to be the decapitation of North Korean leadership or some type of attack.

A US aircraft carrier-led strike group is right now headed toward the Western Pacific Ocean near the Korean Peninsula, a US defense official confirmed to CNN.

Adm. Harry Harris, the commander of U.S. Pacific Command, directed the USS Carl Vinson strike group to sail north to the Western Pacific after departing Singapore on Saturday, Pacific Command announced.

The Vinson strike group will operate in the Western Pacific rather than executing previously planned port visits to Australia, Pacific Command said. The group will remain under the operational control of the Third Fleet.



  1. Wow. Here we go is right. One mad man vs another mad man, both needing to project to "their people" that they are tough leaders, ready to fight to the death! Although there is zero chance that Trump will be physically harmed in any way, but he's ready to send someone's kids to fight to the death.

    1. And he's prepared for the inhabitants of Seoul to be obliterated.

  2. One sea mine away from a totally eff'd situation...

  3. Don't worry. The GOD EMPEROR knows exactly what he is doing. Just ask Vox Day. It's a misdirection for the God Emperor's joint attack with China on North Korea! Oh, and calling the bluff of the Neocons.

    Obviously, I don't know what is happening. But I strongly suspect all this Syria nonsense is a feint to cover an upcoming US-China attack on North Korea.

    We're all hearing deployment news from contacts in the military. But if you look at where the carriers are, the signs point to action in the Pacific, not the Middle East. If you look at the map of the Korean Peninsula, it would make sense for the US to defend the South Korean border, then provide air support and perform amphibious operations from the Sea of Japan while China attacks from the north and from the Yellow Sea.

    I think the fact that Trump and Putin are publicly engaged in this very angsty sabre-rattling over virtually nothing in Syria while Xi is in Florida is potentially significant. Trump and Putin play out the little Syrian charade, Trump explains it to Xi, and then the US Navy has the greenlight to go after the lunatics before Tokyo, Moscow, or Beijing get nuked.

    This appears to be wrong about the Syrian action a feint; the God-Emperor has come out very noisily against North Korea and expressed satisfaction with an operation that appears to have accomplished precisely nothing. It looks more like a warning to a third party. Therefore, I conclude that the Syrian strike may have achieved two goals for him.

    Calling the neocons' bluff. They were all in favor of this attack and claimed it would accomplish something significant. Obviously, they knew it wouldn't, but hoped it would provoke a response from either Assad or Putin that would permit further entanglement and a justification for an invasion. That didn't happen, and now the President can tell them that he already took their advice and it did not work as they predicted.

    Putting pressure on Kim. I don't know what happened beyond what we all know from the news, but something that has come out of North Korea recently appears to have all the world leaders rattled. Japan's Abe was just at the White House. China's Xi was actually there during the Syrian strike and took no offense at what the some in the media tried to portray as disrespect. Notice in particular how Trump stressed that the Syrian attack proved that he is a man of his word just prior to launching some very serious threats at Kim.

  4. Bob Roddis must have been banned from Vox Popoli. Sperg away, Bob.