Russian President Vladimir Putin And North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Sign Treaty Of Mutual Assistance In Case Of Military Aggression To Either Nation

Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Wednesday signed a new partnership that includes a vow of mutual aid if either country faces aggression, in a pact that came as both face escalating standoffs with the West.

If you ever spent any time watching documentaries on WWII, then you know what happening now across Europe and Asia is almost of mirror image of what was happening from 1936 onward, albeit with slightly different players but the game is the same. The Allied and Axis powers are forming into camps, and the battle lines become more and more clear with the passing of time. That war is coming is not debatable, the only question is is when will it break out, and what will be the spark that lights the powder keg.

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 (KJB)

The biblical implications and spiritual overtones of both WWI and WWII are so sharp that it’s nigh impossible to think there won’t be a WWIII, and there will be. But WWIII is not the Battle of Armageddon, Ezekiel 39, and is not the Battle of Gog and Magog, Ezekiel 38. Read ‘The Bible Believer’s Guide To The Two Different Wars As Found In Ezekiel Chapters 38 And 39’ for more information on that subject.

WWI prepared the land of Israel for the Jew, WWII prepared the Jew to return to the land, and WWIII will herald the revealing of the man of sin, sending the Jews into the time of Jacob’s trouble as the Old Testament prophets say will surely happen. Somewhere in the midst of all that, Jesus will return for His Church and catch us up to meet Him in the clouds. That’s the memo.

Russia and North Korea sign partnership deal that appears to be the strongest since the Cold War

FROM THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: Details of the deal were not immediately clear, but it could mark the strongest connection between Moscow and Pyongyang since the end of the Cold War. Both leaders described it as a major upgrade of their relations, covering security, trade, investment and cultural and humanitarian ties.

The two met as Putin visited North Korea for the first time in 24 years. The summit came as the U.S. and its allies express growing concerns over a possible arms arrangement in which the country provides Moscow with badly needed munitions for its war in Ukraine in exchange for economic assistance and technology transfers that could enhance the threat posed by Kim’s nuclear weapons and missile program.

Kim said the two countries had a “fiery friendship,” and that the deal was the “strongest ever treaty” between them, putting the relationship at the level of an alliance. He vowed full support for Russia’s war in Ukraine.

Tensions on the Korean Peninsula are at their highest point in years, with the pace of both Kim’s weapons tests and combined military exercises involving the U.S., South Korea and Japan intensifying in a tit-for-tat cycle. The Koreas also have engaged in Cold War-style psychological warfare that involved North Korea dropping tons of trash on the South with balloons, and the South broadcasting anti-North Korean propaganda with its loudspeakers.

Kim was quoted as saying the agreement “will become a driving force accelerating the creation of a new multipolar world.”

U.S. and South Korean officials accuse the North of providing Russia with artillery, missiles and other military equipment for use in Ukraine, possibly in return for key military technologies and aid. On Tuesday, a U.S. State Department spokesman said that in recent months, Washington has seen North Korea “unlawfully transfer dozens of ballistic missiles and over 11,000 containers of munitions to aid Russia’s war effort.”

Both Pyongyang and Moscow deny accusations of weapons transfers, which would violate multiple U.N. Security Council sanctions that Russia previously endorsed. Along with China, Russia has provided political cover for Kim’s efforts to advance his nuclear arsenal, repeatedly blocking U.S.-led efforts to impose fresh U.N. sanctions on the North over its weapons tests. READ MORE

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said he will “unconditionally support” Russia in its invasion of Ukraine. The statement comes as Kim and Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks in Pyongyang, emphasizing deepening ties between the two nations amid US concerns about arms supplies to the Kremlin. Bloomberg Opinion’s Marc Champion breaks down the situation and its significance.

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