Rothschild has spoken out about the "disorderly situation" between the United States and North Korea to say that the only option left on the table is a "change of regime".In response to questions about his Chairman's Statement for Rothschild Investment Trust (RIT Capital Partners) in which he cited "daunting uncertainty and political turmoil," he said:
"Currently, the world order is facing a new threat that places our global liberal democracy at risk.""The global economic structure relies on international cooperation and security otherwise we face playing a diminished role on the world stage.""The UN Security Council is in agreement that options have become severely limited, and the only option left to secure a future for Globalism may be a change of regime in North Korea."
Tensions between the United States and Kim Jong-un's North Korean regime have reached boiling point this week following Donald Trump's statement that N Korea will be met with "fire and fury like the world has never seen" should they continue to their nuclear testing program.
North Korea responded to the statement by saying they were looking at plans to launch a strike against US territory Guam.President Trump's comments came in response to a report in the Washinton Post that had developed nuclear warheads that were small enough to be fitted to their long-range missiles, which would increase the threat of a nuclear attack on American soil dramatically.Russian President Vladimir Putin has massively contradicted these claims though by stating that North Korea doesn't have any weapons of mass destruction, and any reports that they have developed nuclear warheads are a complete fabrication constructed by Western governments and the corporate-controlled mainstream media.
Putin: North Korea Doesn't Have Nuclear Weapons, It has Trillions in MineralsDuring an emotionally charged Q&A session in Sochi, Mr. Putin said that Kim Jong-un "would never launch a real attack, it'd be suicidal. Pyongyang knows this and so does Washington", adding: "They know they can easily provoke the North Koreans and they will react, but the story that they are a threat is false."
"I will tell you the facts about North Korea: They don't have nuclear bombs. They don't have Western-controlled banks. They don't depend on the US dollar. What they do have is a land full of wealth in unmined minerals."President Putin is correct about the North Korean economic situation as they don't have a banking system that relies on the International Monetary Fund and they don't have a Rothschild-controlled central bank, nor are they dependent on the US Dollar.Their land is also rich in untapped minerals which are said to be worth trillions of dollars.According to one estimate from a South Korean state-owned mining company, they’re worth over $6 trillion.