I am not a student of war. I don’t know the proper terminology, but I know what I see taking shape. I will describe it as best I can.

Russia and China are allied, and lately have been conducting joint military exercises. Russia has also conducted joint naval exercises with Venezuela and is presently working with Cuba to upgrade its military equipment.The Chinese subs that have recently been patrolling off our coasts could obviously be a hindrance to shipping traffic in the event of a war against the United States. And between Russia’s outposts of Cuba & Venezuela, the Gulf of Mexico could be blocked. It is probably safe to assume that the Chinese subs are capable of initiating an EMP (ElectroMagnetic Pulse) attack.

An EMP attack would destroy, in an instant, any unshielded electronic equipment within range. I would guess that means everything from a calculator to a jumbo jet–cell phones, computers, cars, digital thermostats, bank atms, gas pumps, cell phone towers, radio & tv broadcast equipment, etc. We would be without, transportation and communication. If it occurred in winter (which it almost certainly would), we would be without heat.

No means to get food, no heat, no news, no way to call for help, no way to contact family, stuck in place with no transportation and no idea of what’s going on. (How long will it take to realize that it isn’t an ‘ordinary’ blackout? Well–does your cell phone work? Does your calculator work? Does your car start?)

That is how the war would most likely begin–and because of the damage an EMP attack does, it could be years before all these electronic components could be replaced-if they were even available.

Chinese and Russian cyber attacks have mapped out our critical infrastructure and have left software in place that will allow them to seize control of our electrical power grid. Our water and sewage systems are also at risk. So, add to the above: no electricity, no water, and sewers backing up.

A cold, dark hell. For how long? Plenty long enough for what would come next.

Consider the present state of our military. Russia, who lost a protracted ‘war of attrition with Afghanistan’, now plays the part of ‘Brer Rabbit’ and concedes to let our military continue to exhaust its men and supplies in a location to which Russia controls evacuation and supply routes. Weary soldiers have served tour upon tour in some of the most desolate, extreme and spiritually oppressive locations on the face of the earth. And our blessed new leader (all hail) feels that this is an opportune time to begin disarming America by decreasing our military spending! If all that isn’t enough, figure in the constant pressure, here at home, to disarm the American people.

The first wave of invasion will be Russian, from the north. Alaska is just a skip and a jump from Russia. (As I understand it, the land is passable when the ground is frozen to a great enough depth, making winter the most attractive time of year for an incursion via Alaska.) The Russian tanks will roll in, cross Canada and flood the center of America. At the same time, Russian tanks in Venezuela will be moving to the North–and others will be moving into the Southeast via Cuba.

I’m sure there’s more. Our oil supplies can obviously be cut off in the Persian Gulf, but I think (until the real attack comes) that’s more likely to be a strategy to gain leverage over issues like permitting Iran and other Russian proxies to continue with their weapons programs.

Oh, did I forget to mention the new supersonic ‘Sizzler’ Russian antiship cruise missiles that can decimate a fleet of US aircraft carriers? Yeah, they’re passing those out to their friends too . . .

We are missing what is in plain sight!!

Start doing your own Google searches about these subjects. The warnings are out there, but we are falling apart in so many ways here at home, that we are nearly oblivious to the noose that is closing around us!

I was asked, by someone who was skeptical, ‘Why would Russia attack us?’. I don’t know. Do we have to have a reason first, to believe it could happen? My immediate response is-why wouldn’t they?

I guess it’s the old ‘glass half full or glass half empty’ conundrum. Some people look at things as being improbable unless there’s a good reason for them to happen, but I see things as probable unless there’s a good reason for them not to.

I can speculate as to why, or put myself in the place of a Russian or Chinese leader and see good reasons for it, but ‘why?’ is not really important to me. For me, the question is always ‘how?’

It’s important to remember-everyone is not like us. We all see the world differently. We all have different aspirations, different values. Just because we wouldn’t do something, doesn’t mean someone else wouldn’t see it as being a perfectly good option.

If you are a person who always has to know why, my reasons will probably seem lame, but here they are:

1. my intuition is telling me so
2. several people in Russia, at great personal risk, are trying to alert us to the coming danger
3. the Bible foretells it

Don’t get stuck at why!

Here are some links to start with:


Here are a couple of older articles that are still very relevant:

2001: http://archive.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2001/9/19/204945.shtml
2007: http://www.globalsecurity.org/org/news/2007/070219-venezuela-subs.htm

And a video:

Selling Out Poland

PLEASE Wake Up!!

Spiritual Wickedness In High Places

Oh Yes He Does Get It!


update 1/7/11:

USA, China, Russia and the New START  Treaty