Mike Pompeo reveals war with North Korea starts within 12 weeks, triggering WW3
The head of the CIA has warned that war with North Korea will happen within 12 weeks
The head of the CIA has warned that war with North Korea “will happen within the next 12 weeks,” and will inevitably trigger World War 3.Central Intelligence Agency whistleblower, Author James Rickards, has revealed the bone-chilling warning issued by Director Mike Pompeo to a group of high-ranking government officials.

According to Rickards’ report, Pompeo confirmed that plans for a conflict were set in motion during a private event in Washington DC where the CIA head told a small think tank group of “global elites” that WW3 was inevitable.In a statement about Pompeo’s comments as he addressed the group with a stark warning, Rickards said:

“The most important financial or geopolitical issue in the world today is a coming war between the U.S. and North Korea, probably in the next twelve weeks,”“How can I be so sure about the timing? The Director of the Central Intelligence Agency told me.”

According to Rickards, Pompeo said, “It would be imprudent to assume it would take North Korea more than ‘five months’ to have a reliable arsenal of nuclear-armed ICBM missiles. These could strike U.S. cities and kill millions of Americans.”The meeting took place on October 20, meaning March 20 would be the outside window for the war to begin, although Rickards says “the war will likely begin before then.”Last week, Marine Corps commandant warned U.S. troops stationed in Norway that conflict was just around the corner.“I hope I’m wrong, but there’s a war coming,” Gen. Robert Neller told them. “You’re in a fight here, an informational fight, a political fight, by your presence.”

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Rickards’ prediction is also echoed by Chinese General Wang Gongguang, who also said that war was likely before March.“The war on the Korean Peninsula might break out anytime between now and March next year,” Wang told the Global Times, adding that “China should be psychologically prepared for a potential Korean war, and the Northeast China regions should be mobilized for that.”Meanwhile, a North Korean soldier who defected to the South earlier this year has been found to be immune to anthrax, sparking fears that the regime has succeeded in weaponizing the disease for potential delivery via intercontinental ballistic missiles.


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