Syria Readies to Launch Major Attack


France, US and UN Warn Syria

France, the US and the UN have all recently warned Syria that should they launch the planned major attack on Idlib it would be cause for disastrous consequences.

Idlib is the last major area that is being held by rebels and Syria is aiming to take it.


Standing alongside Syria is Russia. Alongside Russia is Iran, then China lastly North Korea and with South Korea warming to North Korea these days, it appears that some major lines are being drawn into the sand.

The catastrophe could harm up to 3 million civilians.

Syria is known for utilizing chemical weapons and the US has gotten word of the factories in Syria where the weapons are made. The US is ready to launch an airstrike should Syria attack the rebel stronghold, which could potentially be just as disastrous.


Chemical weapons factories are no laughing matter and should be handled with extreme caution because quite simply put, we have no idea what is really inside and launching a missile attack puts those chemicals into our environment, our air, the ozone.

Until the sects of Islam find a way for peaceful cohabitation, the middle east will continue to be a mess because peace cannot be forced.

Cristal M Clark

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North Korea – Practices the Art of War…Again

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Kim Jong Un – North Korea Shoots Missile Over Japan

“Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak.” – The Art of War, Sun Tzu


Well it looks as if Kim Jong Un, who graciously gave the world a much needed breather has decided that our break-time is over, flexing his missile power by shooting just that, over Japan.

Of course he is simply just testing the range of his missiles, in preparations for something bigger naturally or he is testing the patience of the world. 

According to some news outlets Kim Jong Un reportedly said that the missile was intended for Guam.

But the question is, will he actually go through with trying to start a war he may or may not be able to afford let alone survive?

“Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win”

I mean, it was rumored just yesterday as a matter of fact that he possibly has a third child now? That is according to reports coming from South Korea and that very well could explain exactly just why he suspended his efforts to start a war. Perhaps he was waiting on the child’s first words, or some special occasion for it.

Kim Jong Un could very well be playing games with us altogether by making it appear that his military capabilities are much weaker than they truly are.

Then again he could also be attempting to make his nation’s military capabilities appear much stronger than they truly are.

The problem is, we are not entirely sure just how advanced North Korea’s Nuclear program is or is not as of today. 

Is the world ready to fight back not knowing what exactly Kim has sitting in his back pocket?

“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.”  

So far that plan has been to employ the use of sanctions, i.e. cutting the head off of the snake if you will. By decreasing the amount of money going into North Korea, the hope is that it will slow, if not halt the funds going into North Korea’s nuclear weapons program and military efforts that lean towards starting a war with any other nation.

Kim should really think about the true Art of War, because he just may lose this battle which will in the end cost him his beloved North Korea.

Taking much needed money from an already poor and struggling economy takes money from the working class, it also carries potentially severe consequences.

Consequences the world may not be willing to protect Kim Jong Un from.

“All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near.”

Cristal M Clark

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