Anonymous hacker group warns world to prepare for WW3

Last night, The New York Post saw fit to publish an article on the hacker group Anonymous’ release of a chilling 6-min. video posted to YouTube urging people across the globe to “prepare” for World War 3 — as the U.S. and North Korea continue to move “strategic pieces into place” for battle.

In a robotic voice, Anonymous says “All the signs of a looming war on the Korean peninsula are surfacing” and that “unlike past world wars, although there will be ground troops, the battle is likely to be fierce, brutal and quick. It will also be globally devastating, both on environmental and economical levels.”

Claiming that “The citizen will be the last to know, so it is important to understand what the other nations are doing,” Anonymous cites the following as evidence of an imminent WW3:

Anonymous concludes the video with the eerie message: “Prepare for what comes next. We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget.”

Here’s the video:

So what should we make of Anonymous’ apocalyptic message?

Perhaps this will help — the same Anonymous had warned:

  • In May 2015 that Americans must prepare for an “inevitable” economic collapse and accompanying false flags to commence during and after the Jade Helm 15 military exercises (video here).
  • In August 2016 that World War 3 had already begun (video here).
  • In September 2016 that an economic and dollar collapse was imminent in 2016 (video here).

None of the above happened: the economy and the U.S. dollar didn’t collapse, nor did World War 3 begin in 2016.

Finally, five days ago, the White House announced that later this month, President Trump will make his first foreign travel as POTUS to Saudi Arabia, Israel, the Vatican in Rome, then on May 25 to Brussels for the NATO summit, and to Sicily for the G7 meeting.

Would he do that if the U.S. and North Korea are set to plunge Earth into World War 3?


17 responses to “Anonymous hacker group warns world to prepare for WW3

  1. traildustfotm

    Thank you for exposing these creeps. As you know, Dr. Eowyn, I have given up listening to apocalyptic messages (except in the Bible). I would not be surprised if some of them were a form of psyop intended to wear down the mental and physical health of their audience. And of course, there a a bunch that are carpet baggers who are busy scaring people in order to sell over priced famine food.

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    • I took this one seriously because the NY Post took it seriously. Then I did some research on Anonymous’ track record of predictions. Shame on NY Post.


  2. Looking at their track record,I can’t see why they have any credibility. Who decided they’re worth listening to to begin with?

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  3. To answer your last question, he might announce that he will make those travels, which may not be reality. Society is living in an adrenaline rush, most caused by false alarms. Let me add to them. Seoul is within easy artillery range of No. Ko. Where do we get much of our electronic goods and many automobiles just for a start? There are many other possibilities. If one runs out of coffee, think of as many as you can.

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  4. My father, who is now in the very presence of the Lord in heaven, fought on the front lines in the Korean War in the 1950s. Now that I’ve learned that all wars are bankster’s wars, I know that all of this kind of rhetoric is nothing but saber rattling. North Korea is definitely one of the darkest places on this earth, but I simply refuse to believe that they are a threat to the whole world, as the war mongers would have us believe.

    Thanks for this article!

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  5. The powers at be will exhaust all diplomatic recourses in order to avoid a nuclear war of that magnitude. KIMMYJong Un is a self-centered irresponsible dictator whom inherited a hot potatoe and doesn’t know how to get rid of it, like any youngster he wants to have fun fun fun, he wishes to hang around, the spotlight, car racing, no headaches specially with Mama China, loose about a hundred fat pounds, and boogie all nite long.


  6. Hackers and fake news walk hand in hand.

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  7. Some people seem to be a little bored and perhaps they were doing a little test to see if they could instill panic and to check if they hold any power.
    The world does not need people like this right now except for entertainment.

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  8. Joel Skousen has credibly reported that the Korean split in 1947 was deliberately set up to serve as a trigger in the future. Sure, Anonymous has been wrong in the past, and I hope they’re wrong here, but I believe that future conflict is inevitable.
    The birthday of Harry Truman was yesterday; Americans ought to examine his POISONED LEGACY of what has proved to be, incrementally over time, the desired dissolution of American Sovereignty (desired of the New World Order). He truly was one of the worst Presidents we’ve ever had, and he was a horrible human being. (One of my late uncles was a personal friend of Truman and served in his Administration).

    Meanwhile, what President Trump ought to do on his three-legged tour to the Middle East and Rome is read all three parties the Riot Act and prove to the world he is not the double agent some have begun to think he may be. I certainly hope that Trump can prove he can stand on principle and not merely be the wheeler-dealer he’s shown himself to be in the past: Peace is built on principles first and foremost, and not on deals—those things we men in the street call “bribes.”

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  9. One thing folks should remember, while “Anonymous” is a “cellular” group, and not necessarily everyone who identifies as it is necessarily evil or part of a central control, the main body of “anonymous” seems to be born out of the “occupy” movement, which upon doing some digging a while back, seems to have some connection or control by soros. Needless to say, the “counter” movements seem to be controlled opposition, and “anonymous”, despite it’s cellular model, doesn’t seem to be any different, information coming from the group should be treated with some considerable salt quarries. Lest we forget in recent years since they cropped up out of “nowhere” they’ve been utilized as a pretext for the police state to implement more controls, particularly online, and to make the general population more nervous & stressed.

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  10. Reader beware. There is a large internet industry of alarmist shills
    who make money frightening people into buying products.
    I fully believe America is like a patient with multiple terminal
    ailments but most preparations are useless. In any case
    lacking an effective crystal ball one can’t tell the exact chronology
    of the Fall of the American empire which has 900 military bases in
    over 100 countries.

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  11. We are always at the brink of war, keep that in mind. Right now there are Russian subs off each coast armed with slcm’s (cruise missiles) that can deliver nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons to our coastal cities in 5 minutes, the Russian subs at the polar cap can deliver slbm’s to our nation in around 30 minutes. That being said, Russian subs can hit us from their home ports, no need to be off our coasts or hiding under polar ice. We can do much the same to them if it’s any consolation. I think the typical Russian warhead yield will be 300kt or so going by open source info and they may use neutron weapons rather than hydrogen as neutron weapons will kill everyone in the immediate area but leave the city more or less intact. It could start as “innocently” as a US sub bumping into a Russian sub and sinking it, and Russia retaliates, or it could be just another preplanned nwo production. Also keep in mind there’s no way to prepare for ww3, you’ll face it with the rest of us with what you have at the time. You can have months or years of supplies and an underground shelter but you’ll be trapped and die there if an “economy” isn’t revived soon after the attacks are over.

    When the trains and trucks stop rolling, food production halts, no jobs to make money at, soon everyone that survives the strikes will run out of food, ammo, maybe even mercy. I suspect this is where a difference will be noted between those who believe in messiah and those who don’t.

    I saw a few pics online the other day that there’s allegedly a buildup of US armor in Jordan just across the border from Syria, wich might explain where all those recently youtubed trainloads of US armor have been going. Ww3 might just start in Syria after all.

    Just some fun thoughts for you all. The good news is everything always turns out better than I expect them to.


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  12. But but but Dennis Rodman says Kim Jong Un is a little teddy bear full of love & joy & loves many American things, including the theme songs to Dallas & Rocky 🙂 :

    On a serious note: Just the Anonymous’ line that “We are Legion” is creepy (Biblical reference Mark 5:9 of demons saying practically the same thing), not to mention their creepy masks (the bloodsuckers are known to be big on wearing masks, their Mask Balls, etc.)

    Also, good to know re: Anonymous’ origins with the “Occupy” provocateurs.


    Then there’s this:

    “And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.”
    –Matthew 24:6.

    Versus this…

    “A hair-raising nuclear confrontation in Korea may, towards the end of the period, threaten man’s very survival.”
    –Peter Lemesurier, “The Armageddon Script”, p. 223 (a supposed “Illuminati Insider” book dated 1981; later 1993 copy at Amazon).

    And lastly this…

    “The Illuminist Plan calls for the Third World War to last precisely 13 weeks, or 91 days.”
    –David Bay, CuttingEdge dot org (former “top secret crypto” Army guy/Christian) who has been saying that for well over 15-20 years (I think he got that from Doc Marquis, a former Illuminati family member who supposedly got saved a few decades ago.)

    Bottom Line: If & When it happens, we should realize it was all planned in advance by pertinent parties.

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    • Regarding your last comment, just about all modern wars were planned in advance with a false flag, so yep, I believe it if it happens. Just like 9/11 (notice the number, just like the emergency number), where they blew up the buildings and then blamed it on terrorists.


  13. If you read some of the books from escapees from N. Korea like “The Aquariums of Pyongyang” and “Escape From Camp Fourteen”, you will see how much of a non-threat North Korea is. They can barely even keep the electricity on, their people (slaves) are starving and they have to use slave labor to make bombs and other weapons. Unless there is some CIA or other government org helping them (like the Rockefellers do), they are no threat. It’s a joke.


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