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Dr Bill Deagle MD, www.ClayandIRON.com, www.Deagle-Network.com, www.NutriMedical.com, John W Spring, NORTH KOREA ABLE TO REACH WASHINGTON, D.C WITH WARHEADS,ARMISTACE DAY, VETERANS DAY, Preparing America for Surrender DAY, Unbirthday of Aborted USA World Babbies, NSA WikiLeaks of Hacking Tools On Purpose, Lack of Missle Shield On Purpose, 2018 Year Gov Brown Accept North Korean Nukes!?,
November 15, 2017
RE: NORTH KOREA ABLE TO REACH WASHINGTON, D.C WITH WARHEADS
North Korea is able to reach Washington with thermonuclear warheads on ICBMs launched from the Korean Peninsula. In fact, North Korea has been able to reach the Eastern Seaboard along the Atlantic Coast for at least two years, but now more are able to be launched during the same time. Unfortunately, our intelligence agencies have not reached this conclusion quite yet. Of course, the same incompetency had also existed over 55 years ago before my analytic reports were later confirmed by technicians at U.S. Naval Intelligence when analyzing U-2 aerial reconnaissance photographs of Soviet nuclear ballistic missile launch sites located at Pinar del Rio Province in northwestern Cuba. This became the discovery that rapidly became known as the Cuban Missile Crisis during the fall of 1962. After the October Crisis, President John F. Kennedy thanked me.
Some of my recent articles have been used by writers without acknowledging me with any credit. However, my analysis had at least provided them with a very convincing reason as to why North Korea, for the past two years, has been able to reach into the United States with thermonuclear warheads on ICBMs launched from the Korean Peninsula.
At this moment, any American city could be destroyed by the regime at Pyongyang in a matter of 20 to 40 minutes. Yes, U.S. missiles might be launched to strike North Korea before an ICBM is able to reach its designated target(s) in America, but the target(s) in the United States would be destroyed by the thermonuclear warhead(s) because we do not have an effective Missile Defense System in operation that is capable of protecting the American people in the United States.
Although the hour is late, as a geographer and geopolitical analyst with a scientific background, I shall try to provide a plan that will lead to a solution on this crucial matter. But I need your help on this matter because, apparently, the screeners at the White House have refused to forward my analytic reports to the President. If you might have any contacts, please let me know. JWS
John W. Spring
ARMISTACE DAY – VETERANS DAY
John W. Spring
Although I had served in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve for eight years before being honorably discharged as a noncommissioned officer, I am not a veteran. When I was aboard any cutter on the Atlantic Ocean or Pacific Ocean, hazardous sea pay was given to me because my life was on the line—especially on rescue missions while generally on duty at the bridge of the vessel, there was always a calculated risk. We were on the high seas during heavy storms and hurricanes for saving human lives whenever possible. But for all that I had accomplished by my service to our nation, it pales compared to the bravery and valor of American veterans, past, present and future, who always sacrifice their lives for us so we can remain free in the United States of America.
As a young child, I can recall seeing the Civil War veteran, over a 100 years old, who had lived across and down the street from our home in Los Angeles, California. I also knew veterans of the First World War. By the time I was in Kindergarten, there was a military parade on Broadway at Downtown in Los Angeles that I shall never forget during World War II. Although I had heard the applause and cheers for fans of Hollywood celebrities, it paled in comparison to the roaring applause and thundering cheers for General George S. Patton and General James H. Doolittle when they passed by us in review. Over four decades later I had a telephone conversation with General Doolittle when he was past 90 years. His mind was just as alert as ever.
During the Second World War, there were many heroes from all cultural backgrounds and races. We shall never forget the soldiers of the 442nd Infantry Regiment who were of Japanese ancestry; the African-American Tuskegee airmen who had formed the 332nd Fighter Group and the 477th Bombardment Group; the Hispanic soldiers who had served so bravely in Europe and the Pacific; and the Native Americans, including the Navajo Code Talkers, who served with honor and valor.
Later in life, I had the honor of meeting with General Homer Eaton who fought in Korea with the California National Guard under General Douglas MacArthur who was never allowed to win that war, which has now become a major threat to America due to ICBMs and nuclear warheads.
I received a letter from General William C. Westmorland after he had served in Southeast Asia during the War in Vietnam, which was another conflict that America was not allowed to win.
We are still involved in a war in Afghanistan, which has become our longest, and other conflicts in the Middle East that may continue for years if not decades. However, I hope that you will take the time to not just remember our veterans, but to also help them because they have, are and will do whatever it takes to keep us free in America. So always thank them for their service. JWS