LIAONING, CHINA – China has ramped up security along its border with North Korea, installing new surveillance cameras, deploying extra security forces and operating radiation detectors as it braces for a potential crisis.


China is preparing for a mass of North Korean refugee’s that they believe will flood their borders as well as preparing for any nuclear fallout that they feel will reach their towns on the border.

China has not been forthcoming with what is happening along their 880 mile border with North Korea.

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In the border towns radiation monitors are running and red banners have been tacked up with a warning and message to the people that reads:


“Citizens or organizations who see spying activities must immediately report them to national security organs.”


Japan Times reports that the locals have been warned not to interact with the North Korean people as Chinese military have stepped up patrols along the border.

New checkpoints have been built, especially heavy around Dandong and the road that runs along the Yalu river.

The locals have a common message, “The army patrols and watches. Before, the North Koreans came to our side to fish. Now they don’t dare,” said Zhang Fuquan at his fish farm on the Chinese side of the Yalu River.”

North Korean soldiers look out of turquoise watchtowers and at least one warplane flys the territory from above.

“The North Koreans very likely are flying a patrol along the Yalu,” said Rick Fisher~the International Assessment and Strategy Center, a U.S.-based think-tank.

“They want to see what they can on the Chinese side” and deliberately “raise Beijing’s alarm.”

China fears that a nuclear accident is highly likely as China’s Ministry of Environmental protection regularly runs tests to check for radiation.

December 2017, a state-run newspaper in the Jilin border province pissued a full-page illustrated advisory detailing how to response in the event of a nuclear attack or disaster.

“If there is a river, lake or pond near you, jump in to protect yourself,” it read.

Afterwards, “flush out your nostrils, rinse your mouth, and clean out you ear canals.”

December 2017, Breitbart reported that China has also constructed at least 5 refugee camps so far, setting up five refugee camps in the northeastern province of Jilin along its 880-mile (1,416km) border with North Korea, was leaked this week through an internal document leaked from China’s biggest telecommunications company, China Mobile, and later seen by the Financial Times. 

I understand that mainstream media focuses on fluff and garbage to keep sheep distracted from world issues and the United States potential for heavy conflict.  However, we have a right to know what is going on and who it is going on with.

The North Korea nuclear program has been a tornado of information and saber rattling by both sides.

Rex Tillerson has never supported military action against North Korea and his stance has always been diplomacy.

As RWT reports, Tillerson has thrown down the hammer for once and given North Korea 2 choices and 2 choices only.

Either Negotiate, or We’ll Take Military Action! – U.S. Secretary of State Issues SCATHING Warning to North Korea

None of us know how this is going to play itself out, nor do we know how the United States military is going to use kinetic energy against the North.

Chris “Badger” Thomas is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.






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