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North Korea – Famine & Civil Unrest

One of the reasons North Korea has such a large army is not patriotism. Those in the army are fed before everyone else. North Korea has always had a major problem [...]

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The Rising Tensions: Kashmir – Hong Kong – Korea

The War Cycle is by far on schedule. We have tensions rising almost everywhere. In Asia, we have the Kashmir Crisis as hundreds of people took the streets in [...]

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Winnipeg Grain Exchange Closing Right in Time for the Cycle

  Canada’s last commodity exchange is closing. The Winnipeg Grain Exchange, which was established in 1887, will shut down for good after its owner [...]

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Can the Sanction Work on North Korea

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, can the sanctions against North Korea succeed now that China is implementing them as well? ANSWER:  The UN sanctions are curbs on [...]

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Kim Jong-un Blinks

Well Kim Jong-un has blinked as he has now said he will wait before sending missiles towards the US Pacific territory of Guam. He said he was prepared for [...]

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The Revolution Cycle can be just 13 to 26 Weeks

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; What you are saying is there is no diplomacy that would work and that the only real player here is regime change and that is in the hands [...]

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North Korea & Pushing the Button

  The United States for the first time in a very long time, won a major victory in the United Nations.  The Security Counsel unanimously approved sanctions [...]

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North Korea Prepares for World War III

The risk of war with a true madman at the head of North Korea continues to escalate. But is he really mad, or trying to strengthen his position for negotiations [...]

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North Korea – Beware of Internal Events

QUESTION: Marty; I find it really amazing how your computer picked Ukraine, then Syria, and then you said in an interview that you regard Korea as the most [...]

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