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China Refuses North Korea Coal Shipments As Nuclear Tensions Rise – Golden Rule Radio #14



This week we discuss China refusing coal shipments from North Korea as the relationship between the United States and Russia weakens. The missile strike in Syria saw waves made in the markets with gold responding as the DOW transports saw decline. Much is happening geopolitically, stay ahead of the curve and be prepared. Make Sure to listen to this week’s McAlvany Commentary
Syria – False Flag or Not, War Is On The Table

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  • spydergs07 says:

    The only metal's that are worth a damn is lead, copper, and brass.

  • I. Sokolov says:

    The Syria attack saved President job approval rating, it is now 46%. The US taxpayers paid $110 million for the Tomahawk fireworks in Syria. The airport was fully operative the next day. The US will allegedly strike North Korea on US income Tax Day, 15th April. Coincidentally, the birthday of Kim Il-sung “Day of the Sun”. Most of the big brass at one place, so it could become another jump in President Trump approval rating. The North Korean subs is old, but can be used in a suicide mission against South Korea.

    Unlikely the US will use the MOAB, as they did today in Afghanistan, because it is carried by the slow C-130. More likely they might a small adjustable nuke like the B61. Sad for the 75 million Koreans and the 28.500 US soldiers in South Korea. Have anyone told Trump the North Koreans has one of the largest stockpiles of biological and chemical weapons and 10.000 artillery pieces that can attack South Korea. There are more than twenty South Korean nuclear facilities that is in the range of North Korean artillery? PREPARE FOR IMPACT AND FINANCIAL MELT DOWN. GOLD/SILVER LOOKS LIKE A GOOD IDEA.

    Why cannot Trump put AMERICA FIRST?

  • McAlvany Financial says:

    This week we discuss China refusing coal shipments from North Korea as the relationship between the United States and Russia weakens. The missile strike in Syria saw waves made in the markets with gold responding as the DOW transports saw decline. Much is happening geopolitically, stay ahead of the curve and be prepared. Make Sure to listen to this week's McAlvany Commentary


    Syria – False Flag or Not, War Is On The Table

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