An American economist and forecaster has predicted that the United States and North Korea will engage in a major military “confrontation” by Sept. 11 or 12, Infowars reports.
Martin Armstrong, well known for correctly predicting the 1987 Black Monday meltdown and the 1998 Russian financial collapse, said his war models seem to be right on target for collision on Sept. 11 or 12.
“There is no question he is doing this to show strength to retain control,” said Armstrong in reference to North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un move to launch missiles over neighboring Japan earlier this week.
He added that Americans “must be on guard” for those dates on September where a confrontation could occur.
North Korea’s state media warned on Wednesday that the missile launch over Japan was a prelude to more military operations targeting the island of Guam, an American territory.
Earlier that day, the U.S. conducted a missile intercept test off the coast of Hawaii, according to a statement from defense officials.