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Member States War is a secret global war between member states of the United Nations, that has only been realized since 2015/2016.


“Member States War (MSW)” is a placeholder name for a secret war that has not yet been identified for an official name.

MSW is a conflict that only became visual through academic studies for the deterioration of North Korea–United States relations since the 1950s. The conflict escalated through the crisis of Iran–United States relations, amidst aggravations of the Global War on Terror. MSW may be an extension of the Cold War since the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan into the US War in Afghanistan (2001–present).

Modern warfare tactics have all been covert black ops that started with the use of biological weapon (BW) attacks, since 1950, by the United States against North Korea.[2] The conflict escalated from 1953 Iranian coup d'état,[3] and the Iran–Contra affair which instigated war between Iraq and Iran throughout the entire decade of the 1980s.[4] As artificial intelligence improved into the 21st century,[5] advanced warfare tacticts have been employed such as cyber-attacks, and drone-led assassinations.[6] The most recent covert operation was the release of COVID-19 in 2020, by some or most belligerents involved. Concentrated high areas of outbreak were China, Iran, Italy, and United States.[7]

Korean theatre[]

Wikipedia, China–Iran relations

Baghdad theatre[]

Wikipedia, Iran–North Korea relations

  • Qasem Soleimani was assassinated on 3 January 2020 around 1:00 a.m. local time (22:00 UTC 2 January), by U.S. drone strike near Baghdad International Airport.[6][8]

In response to the assassination, Iran launched "ground-to-ground missiles" at Iraqi bases hosting U.S. troops. ISNA added that the code used to launch the missiles was "Oh Zahra".[9]

  • On 4 January 2020, two rockets hit the Balad Air Base located near Baghdad. Two mortars also hit Baghdad's Green Zone.[10]
  • On 8 January 2020, Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) launched numerous ballistic missiles at the Ayn al-Asad airbase in Al Anbar Governorate, western Iraq, as well as another airbase in Erbil, Kurdistan Region, in response to the killing of Major General Qasem Soleimani by a United States drone strike.[11] Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 was a casualty of war.

Eastern theatre[]

Politico, Trump team’s new mission: Defend the ‘wartime president’ by GABBY ORR and LARA SELIGMAN, 03/19/2020 04:30 AM EDT

On January 20, the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) published that COVID-19 would spread worldwide (Michael T. Osterholm, PhD, MPH).[12]

In February 2020, TMZ got footage of a remote location just east of L.A. where the online retailing giant, Jeff Bezos of Amazon, had been stashing hundreds of delivery vans, at the ready, in a hillside dirt parking lot (TMZ, AMAZON HIDDEN VAN STOCKPILE IS RIDICULOUS Hundreds At The Ready!!!, 2/25/2020 2:46 PM PT).

Biological warfare

COVID-19 biological warfare concentration

Coronavirus (from which COVID-19 comes from) was grown in a US government lab, as early as the 1950s, overseen by the United States Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) 1946—1975. In 2006, a private sector US company obtained the patent rights for a Coronavirus strain under patent number US-2006257952. A patent for the vaccine, EP3172319B1, was obtained by a European country in 2014.

Note that China–Spain relations are very healthy. The volume of trade between the two countries has grown considerably in recent years. Total trade, at US$7.2 billion in 2004, had increased to $22.7 billion by October 2008. As a consequence, China has become Spain's sixth-largest trading partner.[13] Spain held the rotating EU presidency from Jan 1 to June 30, 2010.[14]

United States and allies[]


US President Trump at Western Wall

See also[]

Entomologist Jeffrey A. Lockwood thinks that it is very likely that the US dropped insects from aircraft during the Korean War to spread diseases, and that the Chinese and North Koreans were not simply engaged in a propaganda campaign when they made these allegations. The Joint Chiefs of Staff and Secretary of Defense approved their use in the fall of 1950 at the "earliest practicable time". At that time, the US had five biowarfare agents ready for use, three of which were spread by insect vectors.[2]