80 N. Korean nuclear missiles ready to strike U.S. and Japan
N. Korea has 80 nuclear missiles ready to be fired at the United States and Japan, according to Larry Nichols.
"This situation is worse than the Cuban missile crisis (1962)" when a nuclear war almost started, said Nichols. In 1962, Russian nuclear missiles were set up in Cuba, only 90 miles away from the U.S. A nuclear war was prevented when Russia removed the missiles from Cuba.
A former trusted adviser to Bill and Hillary Clinton, Nichols helped run Bill's political campaigns while Bill was President.
Nichols said these are key indicators of pending nuclear war:
- Russia, China, and the rest of the United Nations (UN) Security Council passed a resolution to sanction N. Korea for testing nuclear weapons. Unanimous votes of this Council are extremely rare. Sanctions are future penalties.
- "All Marine aircraft have been ordered to stand down", said Nichols. This is an order to keep planes on the ground until further notice. Nichols said this indicates a pending military crisis.
Nichols is a former Army green beret, operating Special Forces in Nicaragua. Special Forces work behind enemy lines and can operate any way they wish in order to accomplish their military objective.
Nichols broke stories like the Lewinsky Scandal. He had the semen stained, blue dress from Monica Lewinsky, a White House page. It ignited President Bill Clinton's impeachment. It was alleged that Lewinsky had sex with President Bill Clinton in the White House.
Nichols also broke the story of the Iwan brothers. They made untold millions by selling information while working in charge of the computer networks for the White House, Congress, Hillary Clinton, and the Democratic Party.