From John Spring, February 17, 2018

During the 1930s, publicists for Albert Einstein had promoted him as “The Smartest Man in the World.” So due to so much publicity, the letter that he wrote and had sent to President Franklin D. Roosevelt about the urgent need for the Manhattan Project was read at once and afterwards it had begun with the highest priority in America’s history for the R&D required for producing and deploying an atom bomb that could be dropped from a B-29 bomber by the end of World War II.

By contrast, after the Cuban Missile Crisis had ended, I received a letter that was written and signed by President John F. Kennedy, which had confirmed my remarkable accomplishment for providing an analytic intelligence report that enabled him to save the lives of 170 million human lives in America. But due to Russian GRU Military Intelligence Officer Oleg Penkovsky being blamed by the Soviet KGB for my accomplishment, arrested, severely tortured and executed, he became known as “The Greatest Spy in the World.” Later, President Kennedy was assassinated.

So, in order to stay alive and to protect my loved ones, I kept a very low profile for decades. As a result of my earlier accomplishment, I had earned the title of “The Greatest Geopolitical Analyst in the World.” This actually means that my analytical abilities related to geopolitical intelligence exceed those of any other domestic or foreign analysts. My analytic reports are at least one-year in advance of most events or would-be incidents due to my superior understanding of geography.

Unfortunately, the Trump Administration been relying upon intelligence information that has been gathered and analyzed by various U.S. agencies based in Washington instead of material that has been sent directly by me. So President Donald J. Trump may still be unaware that North Korea has been able to strike America with its ICBMs with thermonuclear warheads for several years that are actually very compact hydrogen bombs.


John W. Spring 


John W. Spring

Post Office Box 18946

Anaheim, California 92817                                                                       

February 17, 2018 

RE: Listen to hear my plan for a deal with North Korea on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 on the Hour Three podcast at 5:00 pm EST or 2:00 pm PST of the Nutrimedical Report Show with Dr. Bill Deagle at or

Dear Friends,

During the President’s State of the Union Address when he said the words, “North Korea’s reckless pursuit of nuclearmissiles could very soon threaten our homeland,” I became very concerned because Pyongyang’s ICBMs are already capable of reaching the continental United States with many thermonuclear warheads on long-range ballistic missiles that could now be launched simultaneously from the Korean Peninsula. However, because he used term “nuclear missiles,” that I use, he might have actually read at least some of my analytic reports and letters.

But, due to the urgency of making sure that my proposed plan for a deal with North Korea will reach the President, I intend to release it to the public on The Nutrimedical Report Show with Dr. Bill Deagle, which is a podcast on the or, during Hour Three, Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 5:00 pm EST or 2:00 pm PST.

My only concern about releasing it then would be that foreign entities might monitor the podcast and their companies could contact Pyongyang before American firms were aware of any possible deal. However, considering the risk of athermonuclear war at any moment, with less than 35 minutes after launch, there is an urgency for this plan related to rare earths to be discussed as soon as possible. If possible, as an economic geographer, I would like to be present if it is being discussed in Washington. For the record, based on prior accomplishments related to the Cuban Missile Crisis, I am considered to be the “Greatest Geopolitical Analyst in the World.”

Note: Part of my proposed Plan for a Deal with North Korea is included on the following pages.

Sincerely, John W. Spring  


John W. Spring                                                 

January 19, 2018

The President, The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20500

Dear Mr. President:

Because Pyongyang’s ICBMs are now able to strike at all of the major cities in the continental United States in 35 minutes or less from the Korean Peninsula that are armed with thermonuclear warheads capable of destroying any large American city in less than 35 minutes from a launch, we need to consider a proposal for a plan for a deal with North Korea if the Korean Peninsula were to become denuclearized. Considering a decisive U.S. military victory would probably cost the lives of at least 170 million Americans in a thermonuclear war and in a conventional war it would probably become more costly than the lives of all Americans who were killed in combat during World War II. So this is why we must at least consider a deal with North Korea under certain conditions that would require denuclearizing the entire Korean Peninsula.

North Korea’s mineral resources were estimated to be worth at least $6 trillion. However, Lloyd R. Vassey, a senior adviser at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, reported North Korean mining production has declined significantly since the early 1990s. There is a shortage of heavy mining equipment and North Korea is unable to purchase new equipment due to its dire economic situation, the energy shortage and the age and generally poor condition of the power grid. Also rare earthsare abundant in North Korea.

Last August in 2017, I wrote an article titled “Behind the Real Causes for the North Korean Missile Crisis,” which you may find of interest because it is the main reason for me to propose making a deal with Pyongyang that Kim Jong Un may find hard to refuse because it provides for more wealth for him and his communist regime than even I had imagined since my research that is related to my proposal had begun. According to a news article published on July 3, 2017 in the New York Post, North Korea had mineral resources estimated to be worth at least $6 trillion that, in an article by Steve Mollman forQuartz on June 16, 2017, the secretive state on a vast array of mineral resources below the nation’s mostly mountainous surface are reserves, which include the following metals of iron, gold, magnesite, zinc, copper, molybdenum, graphite as well as more than 200 kinds of minerals. Also present, are large amounts of rare earth metals, which factories in the nearby countries need to make smart phones and other high-tech products. The coal from North Korea, which is mainly anthracite, also contains a high concentration of the rare-earth elements. Other sources had suggested North Korea has the world’s second largest reserves of rare-earth metals, but that estimate was never based on recent technology. So its deposits of rare-earths are potentially far greater.

Summary: North Korea may have larger deposits of LithiumRare-Earth and Precious Metal ores than those of the world’s currently known reserves combined so the United States should be able to make a deal with the regime of Kim Jong Un at Pyongyang so that a thermonuclear war can be avoided if Washington is only able to provide a convincing plan for denuclearization of the entire Korean Peninsula. I am hoping to meet with you so to further discuss this matter.


John W. Spring

Because North Korea may potentially have far greater deposits of LithiumRare-Earth and all Precious Metal ores than any other nation in the world, it might be possible for the United States to make a deal with Pyongyang that could provide the DPRK with considerable wealth and a far higher quality standard for living providing denuclearization of the entire Korean Peninsula does occur in the very near future, which must be completely verified. So besides that nation’s mined reserves of iron, gold, magnesite, zinc, copper, molybdenum, graphite and more than 200 other minerals, large amounts of rare-earthsare available throughout North Korea.

Besides rebuilding its electrical power grid, more roads and pipelines need to be constructed. But by providing North Korea with the technology to recover and produce rare-earths of very high quality, such a plan would enable North Korea to provide revenue for developing and improving infrastructure required for additional economic activity in many other areas.

A desire for improved education and health for the people in North Korea would also improve its work force considerably. So schools, clinics and hospitals would also need to be considered.

Sincerely,  W. Spring



John W. Spring

There are probably many reasons for the current North Korean Missile Crisis. In retrospect, is it possible when Kim Jong-un had secretly visited the United States several years ago that he might have been completely unaware of Pyongyang’s missile and nuclear programs in North Korea? At that time when I had direct eye contact with him at less than 20 feet, he appeared to be interested in America as a place that could possibly be enjoyed in the future. Of course, it is also possible if Kim was willing back then to take his calculated risk by riding in a 1951 Chrysler bulletproof car with a chauffeur and an armed bodyguard that he would be willing to also risk a thermonuclear war later with the United States.

According to my research related to many types of mineral deposits in North Korea, which are abundant, if its land were almost completely destroyed by a thermonuclear war, whoever could gain control of that country would acquire most of the sought-after metals and rare earths for a massive profit. So, apparently, there must be several multinational corporations and nations that are very interested in North Korea even if it were nearly completely destroyed during a war.

But even today, very few Americans are aware of the “Oregon standoff” or even that those who were involved at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge had been acquitted. However, far fewer were ever aware of the Russians contacting U.S. Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton at the Department of State for special favors if they would contribute to the Clinton Foundation, which happened to be cattle ranches in the western United States where valuable deposits of uranium and precious ores were located. This was why Robert LaVoy Finicum, an Arizona rancher and spokesman for the Citizens for Constitutional Freedom, had been attempting to inform the American people about the U.S. Bureau of Land Management or BLM confiscating cattle ranches and selling their land to the Russian mining interests allegedly at the request of Secretary Clinton.

So it is also possible that the Russians might be interested in obtaining the world’s very largest mineral deposits located in North Korea. Perhaps that is the real reason behind this crisis. JWS

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  1. I looked up Citizens for Constitutional Freedom and name seems to be changed to People for C. F. and it’s about the Bundy’s. LaVoy Finicum was killed at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge. I found nothing about the Clintons.

  2. To Ted Belman: Do you read all this stuff before you post an article? Seems that this one may have slipped through the cracks and I do mean “cracks”.

  3. Who is this guy Spring? And why should we believe his claim to be the world’s greatest intelligence analyst?

  4. @ adamdalgliesh:
    And even if he is telling the truth, is that the only accomplishment he can point to since 1963???

    To get the word out, he tells us he’s going on a quack snake oil peddling radio show?

    Reminds me of the plot from “Our Man in Havana” starring Alec Guinness which is a parody of Graham Green’s novel and prophetically came out within months of Castro’s taking power.

    Tell me, does his strategic advice for preventing immanent thermo-nuclear war, (sounds so much more impressive than plain old “nuclear” war, doesn’t it?) also come with a 90-day-money-back-guarantee if you are not happy with it for any reason?

    Is there a hidden recurring credit card charge for monthly deliveries of uncheckable advice?

    Does he have an endorsement from Larry King?

  5. @ Sebastien Zorn:

    Not from Larry King…from Ed Norton…. I also looked him up and found nothing intelligible, no Wiki rundown on his career. Of course he’s given us that himself…..

    Of course, like that Sinatra song (oy how I couldn’t stand that creature, always looked as if he’d just done a job for Lucky Luciano) called “They didn’t believe me”….A real piece of drek to issue to a credulous public.

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