War with North Korea on the horizon?
(INTELLIHUB) — Noted economist and trends forecaster Martin Armstrong has predicted a military “confrontation” with North Korea by September 12th of this year.
Known for correctly predicting the 1987 Black Monday crash among other successful forecasts, Armstrong also accurately predicted the political uprising that eventually led to the election of Donald Trump.
“Our models seem to be right on target for the escalation of military threats from North Korea. We gave our two targets for the opening of this window for a conflict on our war model with North Korea to watch were August 12/13, 2017 and September 11/12, 2017,” Armstrong noted.
“There is no question he is doing this to show strength to retain control. There are always people within a government who would assassinate him if he appeared weak. Such is the fate of dictators.”
Armstrong went on to give an exact time frame as to when a confrontation could take place. “We expect tensions to rise into the next target September 11/12th.”
Over the last few months we have seen the rogue nation conduct multiple nuclear missile tests, with the latest actually flying over Japan. For his part, Trump has promised a swift response which even led Obama-era liberals to actually call for allowing North Korea to openly have nukes.
In early August, Former Obama National Security Advisor Susan Rice took to the pages of the establishment New York Times to openly call for the United States to allow North Korea to have nuclear weapons.
“In a move strikingly similar to the case made against Winston Churchill throughout the 1930s, Rice worries about provoking the rogue nation even as they openly plan to attack the United States, possibly with the very nuclear weapons Rice wants us to allow them to have,” Intellihub News reported.
“Rice herself is a globalist who has openly supported numerous wars and proxy wars throughout the world but now, when we are actually facing a real threat, she wants the country to simply allow a mad man his nukes.”
Keep in mind that any sort of “confrontation” with North Korea would almost certainly mean war and, depending on China’s reaction, possibly World War 3.
What do you think? Will the United States attack North Korea in the very near future?