Are the 4 angels bound in the Great River Euphrates about to be loosed?

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Nuclear war with Russia seems to now be a deliberate, planned, action by the West
August 21, 2022 / Latest Posts, World War 3 / By News-Desk

THE END GAME IS OUT IN THE OPEN: RADIATION LEAK FROM UKRAINE NUCLEAR PLANT “WILL TRIGGER NATO ARTICLE 5”

Nuclear war with Russia seems to now be a deliberate, planned, action by the West, and this weekend, elected members of the two most influential western governments tipped their hand. With what they said, nuclear war may be only DAYS away.

As most readers are aware, much has been made of the Zaporozyhe Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine. That plant was taken over by Russia very early in their Special Military Operation (SMO) to de-militarize and de-Nazify Ukraine.

The reason Russia took control of the plant early is that if there is any kind of radiation leak from that plant, local prevailing winds would not only create a deadly threat to Russian troops operating in Ukraine, the winds could also carry radiation into Russia. As one might expect, Russia does NOT want either of these occurrences.

So Russia, being a superpower against whom Ukraine stands no chance at all of prevailing, took control of the plant, continued allowing Ukrainian experts to run the plant, and all was well . . . until about two weeks ago.

About two weeks ago, Ukraine began firing artillery shells toward the plant. Ukraine claims that Russia has troops in the plant, and those troops are allegedly carrying out attacks against Ukraine.

Russia denied carrying out any attacks from the plant and demanded that Ukraine cease firing artillery at the plant. Ukraine has NOT stopped.

More recently, Ukraine has now begun publicly claiming it is RUSSIA, firing at its own people in that plant, to “create a false flag excuse to use Tactical nukes against Ukraine.”

Russia has repeatedly and publicly decried the shelling of the plant, and has repeatedly and publicly warned of a radiation catastrophe if Ukraine continues firing at the plant.

Russia raised this issue with the UN Security Council, and Russia asked the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to come to the plant immediately to see for itself who is actually firing against the plant.

The UN Security Council did exactly nothing. The IAEA responded to Russia this week, telling them the IAEA may be able to send someone maybe in September. Yes, you read that right . . . maybe in September.

The lack of response by the UN Security Council, and lackadaisical attitude of the IAEA is confounding . . . it makes no sense to any rational, thinking person . . . . unless . . . . it is deliberate.

Now, we seem to have our answer.

Tobias Ellwood, MP British Parliament, said Friday night that “any deliberate damage to the Ukrainian nuclear reactor with a possible radiation leak would be a violation of NATO Article 5.”

A similar statement was made by Adam Kinzinger, member US House of Representatives. In his view, a radiation leak that “will kill people in NATO countries” will automatically trigger Article 5 of the Alliance’s charter.

Now you know why, just a month ago, on July 11, New York City Office of Emergency Management (OEM) issued a Public Service Announcement teaching New York City residents “What to do if a nuclear bomb detonated in the city”.

Now you also know why, also a month ago, the US Department of Homeland Security began distributing large posters in shopping malls around New Jersey, warning shoppers of what to do in “A Radiation Emergency”.

It’s because they have planned this outcome all along.

And right this minute, as YOU read this article, all it’s going to take to kick this whole thing off, is some Ukrainian Nazi, firing an artillery shell into the right spot at that plant, and everything from that moment on is on autopilot. The artillery blast hits and causes a leak, NATO blames Russia and invokes Article 5, Russia is then facing an “existential threat” and unleashes its nukes. NATO returns nuke fire. Each side goes all-in. Full article at the link.

There won’t be any way to control or to stop everything because NATO WILL NOT stop and Russia, facing a threat to its very existence, CANNOT stop.
 

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New York City Begins Preparing Population for NUCLEAR ATTACK
July 13, 2022 / World War 3 / By News-Desk
The New York City Office of Emergency Management has issued a video TRAINING NEW YORKERS FOR WHAT TO DO WHEN A NUCLEAR BOMB HITS.

The ninety second video was released this morning, July 11, 2022, appears below. It is widely believed they have put out this video because THEY KNOW what’s coming . . . because it is the government that intends to cause it.

They are pushing Russia so far with economic sanctions over Ukraine, that the Russians will have no choice but to launch a full nuclear attack because what we are doing is now an existential threat to Russia.

Rather than stop what we’re doing, they intend to keep pushing and THEY KNOW what the result will be.

Here’s the video on DGTV ( video available at the link above)

IDIOCY

Continues at link.
 

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No, there are not "lots of truths"; there is ONE truth, and the rest is conjecture and propaganda, i.e. LIES.

Whoever wrote the article at the link you provided is simply and desperately pushing western media propaganda. That's why the article is replete with hearsay references from Ukrainian officials, pretending that they are somehow still in control (or soon will be again) of areas that they have clearly lost. One of many such examples of hearsay being peddled as "intel":-

Kyiv said the commander killed himself when he learned that 90% of tanks in reserve were unusable and un-serviceable because parts had been stolen.

How would Kyiv know the reason why a Russian commander committed suicide, IF there is any truth to that story at all? And how would Kyiv know anything about the state of 90% of the Russian tanks held in reserve, much less what a Russian commander supposedly learned about Russia's reserves?

Worse yet, we are now at the end of August, and NOTHING the article claims is going to happen has actually happened, proving it is a pack of lies. Did you even bother to read the article before posting it please?

An honest article involving real intel would provide real and verifiable information, i.e. testimony from eye-witnesses (not hearsay), troop movements, actual casualty reports, proof of territory gained (showing it in regional map form is helpful), equipment losses , etc.

Please take the time to actually read what you're posting, before labeling it as "truths" and trying to spread it. Russia doesn't have a "guerilla operation" going on in Ukraine nor is it likely that Russia is going fail, which is extremely wishful thinking on the part of U.S. led NATO, which has funded and armed what began as a 500,000 troop strong Ukrainian military that is presently being wiped out by superior Russian forces, while Russia continues to make territorial advances.
"Please take the time to actually read what you're posting, before labeling it as "truths" and trying to spread it."
Ok, lets examine your contentions with the article:

"Kyiv said the commander killed himself when he learned that 90% of tanks in reserve were unusable and un-serviceable because parts had been stolen. How would Kyiv know the reason why a Russian commander committed suicide" together with "And how would Kyiv know anything about the state of 90% of the Russian tanks held in reserve, much less what a Russian commander supposedly learned about Russia's reserves?"
Well, by the accounts of people such as yourself, Ukrainian intelligence was able to find a top Putin associate (Duggin) and assassinate his daughter. So if they could locate the child of one high-ranking Putin ally and take her out in Russia, its clear that their intelligence services (esp. when bolstered by NATO) would be able to compile dossiers and regular reports about senior Russian military staff. Its strange that you would suggest that somehow the victims would not be actively engaged in espionage and surveillance/counter-surveillance against their attackers... also strange to suggest that the notoriously corrupt Russian military wouldnt have these problems or that they wouldnt be leaked.

"Worse yet, we are now at the end of August, and NOTHING the article claims is going to happen has actually happened"
The articles main prediction was that by September Russia would not have completed their military effort/goals as they had predicted. It predicted Russian forces would still be unable to implement full control in the areas they have occupied while also being unable to seize more significant Ukrainian territory. Its the last day of August and I dont see any Russian victory on the horizon within the next 24 hours so lets just say that your wishful thinking and misinterpretations of the article are "inaccurate"... and thats being charitable.

Your tankie fantasies are evaporating before your very eyes...
 

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"Please take the time to actually read what you're posting, before labeling it as "truths" and trying to spread it."
Ok, lets examine your contentions with the article:

"Kyiv said the commander killed himself when he learned that 90% of tanks in reserve were unusable and un-serviceable because parts had been stolen. How would Kyiv know the reason why a Russian commander committed suicide" together with "And how would Kyiv know anything about the state of 90% of the Russian tanks held in reserve, much less what a Russian commander supposedly learned about Russia's reserves?"
Well, by the accounts of people such as yourself, Ukrainian intelligence was able to find a top Putin associate (Duggin) and assassinate his daughter. So if they could locate the child of one high-ranking Putin ally and take her out in Russia, its clear that their intelligence services (esp. when bolstered by NATO) would be able to compile dossiers and regular reports about senior Russian military staff. Its strange that you would suggest that somehow the victims would not be actively engaged in espionage and surveillance/counter-surveillance against their attackers... also strange to suggest that the notoriously corrupt Russian military wouldnt have these problems or that they wouldnt be leaked.

"Worse yet, we are now at the end of August, and NOTHING the article claims is going to happen has actually happened"
The articles main prediction was that by September Russia would not have completed their military effort/goals as they had predicted. It predicted Russian forces would still be unable to implement full control in the areas they have occupied while also being unable to seize more significant Ukrainian territory. Its the last day of August and I dont see any Russian victory on the horizon within the next 24 hours so lets just say that your wishful thinking and misinterpretations of the article are "inaccurate"... and thats being charitable.

Your tankie fantasies are evaporating before your very eyes...
First, what exactly would you consider to be a "victory" for Russia?

Secondly, in your mind, what are Russia's objectives please?

And thirdly, what do you believe is actually going on in Ukraine?
 

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UK Carrier Suffers Embarrassing Breakdown One Day into Mission
August 31, 2022 / Latest Posts, World War 3 / By News-Desk


by Tyler Durden, Zerohedge

The UK’s biggest warship has suffered an embarrassing setback, breaking down shortly after setting off on a “landmark mission” to the United States. The HMS Prince of Wales experienced an “emerging mechanical issue” – according to a UK defense ministry spokesperson – and is now broken down just off Britain’s southern coast.

The ship is the Royal Navy’s second aircraft carrier, having becoming fully operational last year, and costs an estimated £3 billion. It is further considered a “NATO flagship”. The breakdown came a mere day after it left Portsmouth on Saturday.

“HMS Prince of Wales remains in the South Coast Exercise Area while conducting investigations into an emerging mechanical issue,” a Royal Navy spokesperson said.

The deployment to the US coast was supposed to be for four months, but after a history of problems in only its first year on the seas, the whole mission could be now in question, per The Guardian:

Divers have been inspecting the 930-foot carrier after damage was reported to a propeller shaft, according to the Navy Lookout news site.

The vessel – Britain’s largest warship and Nato’s flagship carrier – has had a history of problems, getting stranded in Portsmouth at the end of 2020 after flooding in its engine room damaged the electrics. During its first two years in service, the carrier reportedly spent fewer than 90 days at sea after springing leaks twice in five months.


The planned joint mission once entering US waters is to focus on F-35 fighter take-offs, as well as operations involving advanced drones. This was going to involve stops in New York, as well as Halifax in Canada and the Caribbean.

A defense and maritime monitoring site Navy Lookout had this to say:

“Should the issue prove to be serious it goes without saying that this is extremely unfortunate and not a good look for the RN [Royal Navy].”

Reports are further strongly suggesting this is no minor issue for the 65,000-tonne warship, but that a “significant technical fault” has forced its halt.

BBC and others have further cited Navy Lookout to speculate the following:

The website says a photograph of the carrier leaving Portsmouth shows only a wake on the port side suggesting a problem with the other propeller shaft.

It states that, unless the problem can be resolved at sea enabling the warship to continue its journey to the US, it might need to go into dry dock at Rosyth in Scotland early, ahead of a planned inspection in 2023.


However, there’s as yet been no official UK defense ministry confirmation of propellor damage, the extent of possible damage, or when the carrier might continue on its journey.

Source: Zerohedge – UK Aircraft Carrier Suffers Embarrassing Breakdown One Day Into 4-Month Mission

RELATED: EPIC FAIL – Why Most US Weapons Systems Are Worse than Russia’s
 

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First, what exactly would you consider to be a "victory" for Russia?

Secondly, in your mind, what are Russia's objectives please?

And thirdly, what do you believe is actually going on in Ukraine?
A) Not sure, because Im not sure what their ultimate goals are. They have centuries of experience in international intrigue and dirty geopolitics, so I think they are not as technologically advanced as they would like the world to believe. I think a main strength is the Russian ability to navigate rough international waters and to remain several steps ahead of their adversaries at key junctures. I understand their legit beef with NATO and the encirclement of Russia, but they played dirty politics in the Ukraine as well, they just lost to the dirty "Western" players... so they really dont have any excuse to invade... which makes me wonder, is their ultimate goal to control more/all of the Ukraine and extend their territory thusly... or are they playing a different game which the West is either unaware of, or simply refuses to report it to the masses.

B) It appears the victory/objective goal posts are moveable for Russia. They didnt fully commit to a Desert Storm-style invasion so Russia still has a lot of options and are not as backed into a corner within their own nation as it would seem on the surface... but I also dont see them gaining anything from a prolonged military engagement from the extra-feisty Ukranian people and their international back-up.

C) I think we are seeing the results of a nation literally caught in-between TPTB of the West and the same from Russia/their loose alliances. I think Russia and the West engaged in dirty politics in Ukraine and the Western-backed side won, so instead of upping their propaganda and disinfo game or ramping up other such tactics, Russia just decided on a unilateral military move. I think the Ukrainians are sick of being in the middle and are ready to fight some/anybody, Putin just had the misfortune of miscalculating how stiff their resistance would be.

Your thoughts?
 

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A) Not sure, because Im not sure what their ultimate goals are.
Russia from the outset has stated that it has two very basic objectives in Ukraine:
1) the demilitarization of Ukraine; and
2) the de-Nazification of Ukraine.

They have centuries of experience in international intrigue and dirty geopolitics,
ALL countries are filled with dirty politicians and corporate fictional governments that work against rather than for the people. Can anything though compare though to the U.K. and U.S. in that regard who, between the two countries, have pretended to be the world's policemen for the past 200 years or so, and done whatever they want, to whomever they want, whenever they felt like it?

At their height, the British Empire spanned 3/4 of the globe, earning it the description:"the empire on which the sun never sets". The Dutch and British East Indies companies pirated vast amounts of wealth from other nations. The opium wars. China and India. South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, and the Americas. British Imperialism knew no limits.

Then came the U.S. towards the end of WW2. The U.S. dollar replaced the GBP as the world reserve currency, allowing the U.S. to create and vastly expand their military industrial complex, and project military might around the globe for the past 75-80 years. Still not enough, they debt financed their own imperialism while plundering and pillaging countries around the world to likewise run drugs and guns into and out of other countries on an unimaginable scale.

The U.S. government is infamous for several despicable traits, including:
1) false flags - no country has ever pulled so many and made them so obvious;
2) "regime change" - the euphemism for installing puppet politicians and favorable governments wherever they want, to sell them oil and other key resources at affordable prices;
3) they NEVER keep their word, i.e. they've broken every treaty they've ever made, and thus cannot be trusted; and
4) they're the only country to ever drop large scale atomic bombs on another country (3 weeks after that Japan attempted to surrender).

Since the collapse of the Soviet Union roughly 30 years ago, can any of the above be honestly said about Russia? This isn't to dismiss political corruption, or Afghanistan or Georgia, only to point out that Russia isn't out trying to conquer and control the entire world the way

so I think they are not as technologically advanced as they would like the world to believe.
The evidence however, proves the exact opposite to be true.

Russia's missile defense systems are the most sought after in the world, so they must be doing something right. Even the S300 and S400 systems are far superior to the U.S. patriot system, which simply does not function as advertised (to which its purchasers can testify). And Russia has S500 missile defense systems in place inside their own borders.

Their hypersonic missile program is years if not decades ahead of the U.S. Russia has proven it has working hypersonic missile technology. The U.S. doesn't have hypersonic missile technology, nor any defense against it. What does that mean? It means the entire fleet of U.S. aircraft carriers are vulnerable, and could be destroyed at the push of a button.

Russian submarines are considered to be the best in the world. The only way the U.S. has been able to compete in that arena is through film/propaganda, with movies like "The Hunt for Red October". Why even make this and similar movies (e.g. "Firefox", with Clint Eastwood), that depict the U.S. needing to steal Soviet military technology, if the U.S. tech is so much better? And yes it's understood it's a Tom Clancy novel, but nevertheless Clancy is considered to be on the mark with his novels according to top U.S. military brass.

Russian military aircraft are vastly superior to U.S. military aircraft (4th and 5th gen). The F-35 is the most expensive blunder in U.S. history. It was designed as a multi-role fighter that instead of being a jack-of-all-trades is, in fact, a master of none. But the U.S. can make movies like "Top Gun" to sell its propaganda and its planes, and to hide the fact that the Russian S400 and S500 systems can track the F-35 and shoot it down according to multiple reports (which is why the U.S. so adamantly objected to Turkey buying the S400, because Turkey would immediately see their F-35s were not so stealthy after all)..

The list goes on and on.

To be perfectly clear, this evidence is not being presented from some American-hater with an axe to grind; on the contrary, this body was born in the U.S. and spent most of its life in the U.S., and I still dearly love the American people. But the U.S. government is completely out-of-control, and is hell-bent on bringing WW3 onto itself and the rest of the world, as should be self-evident at this point.

Further, and most importantly, the reason that we can be absolutely certain that Russia DOES have advanced technology far superior to that of the U.S. and U.K. is that it's prophesied in Scripture. Father (God) always uses Israel's enemies to punish Israel. And the true people Israel are the U.S. and U.K., along with all of the British commonwealth and English-speaking nations of the world.

I think a main strength is the Russian ability to navigate rough international waters and to remain several steps ahead of their adversaries at key junctures.
It's interesting that you bring up key junctures on the waters, because the sons of Joseph (Manasseh and Ephraim – the U.S. and the U.K.) have controlled every major sea gate on Earth, including, but not limited to: the Bering Strait, the Bosphorus Strait, the Cape of Good Hope, Cyprus, the Dardanelles, the Strait of Dover, the Falklands, the Florida Strait, the Strait of Gibraltar, Heligoland, Hong Kong, the Hudson Strait, the Strait of Malacca, Malta, the Panama Canal, the Philippines, and the Suez Canal, which serves as yet another proof of who they are (Gen. 22:17)

I understand their legit beef with NATO and the encirclement of Russia, but they played dirty politics in the Ukraine as well, they just lost to the dirty "Western" players... so they really dont have any excuse to invade... which makes me wonder, is their ultimate goal to control more/all of the Ukraine and extend their territory thusly... or are they playing a different game which the West is either unaware of, or simply refuses to report it to the masses.
The script for WW3 has already been written and is currently being acted out by the various parties and actors. What we currently see as the nations of the world are merely playing their parts to sell all of this chaos to the people of the world (while we are being systematically killed off with lethal injections/vaccines, chemicals and pharmaceutical drugs, and forced supply shortages, and eventually a world-wide shooting war), to manufacture the alleged need for the satanic one-world government.

However, if we read between the lines, to determine where we are in the script, Russia has much more than a just a legit beef with what U.S. led NATO is doing.

The U.S. led NATO forces haven't just surrounded Russia and China with bases; they've funded and armed the largest military in Europe literally on Russia's doorstep: Ukraine. And this is the culmination of roughly 70 years of CIA intervention in Ukraine, to run covert and overt operations into Russia, and installing the neo-nazi government in Ukraine, complete with a western puppet president (e.g. Zelensky and his predecessors, Poroshenko and Yatsenyuk).

Before this conflict began, Ukraine had a fighting force of 500,000 that was armed to the teeth with U.S. military hardware. Compare that with the following countries:

France: 240,000
UK: 231,000
Germany: 200,000
Italy: 190,000

The U.S. has spent the last 8 years poking Russia in the eye repeatedly throughout the Donbas region, hoping to foment a war between Russia and Ukraine, to supposedly weaken Russian forces. And this, as with most U.S. foreign policy has been a dismal failure, as instead of this war bleeding Russia of its troops and armaments, it has instead been Ukrainian troops and armaments that have suffered heavy losses (by some reports at least a 10-1 ratio in favor of Russia, i.e. 10 Ukrainians killed for every Russian KIA).

So Russia basically will continue this battle as long as the U.S. wants to keep sending arms and mercenaries and advisers, until there is nothing left of the Ukrainian military machine.

Meanwhile, the U.S. is hoping to repeat this process with Taiwan, to bait China into a war at the same time. Anyone who actually believes that the U.S. could win a war against Russia or China, should immediately realize that the U.S. will NEVER win a war against both Russia and China, who have been conducting joint military exercises for this exact scenario since at August of 2005. This is how thoughtless and stupid U.S. foreign policy really is, and part of the reason it is doomed to fail.

B) It appears the victory/objective goal posts are moveable for Russia.
They've actually remained the same since the outset:
1) the demilitarization of Ukraine; and
2) the de-Nazification of Ukraine.

And they (Russia) is certainly willing to continue this battle for as long as the U.S. wishes to clean out its outdated weapons stockpiles and sacrifice Ukrainian military personnel, to achieve those two objectives. A Russian-restructured Ukraine would also keep U.S./NATO forces away from Crimea, and in particular Sevastopol, which is Russia's only indigenous warm-water naval base.

They didnt fully commit to a Desert Storm-style invasion so Russia still has a lot of options and are not as backed into a corner within their own nation as it would seem on the surface... but I also dont see them gaining anything from a prolonged military engagement from the extra-feisty Ukranian people and their international back-up.
As above please. Russia will continue to play this game for as long as the U.S. wants to play it, while achieving their two, primary objectives in the process. That's why the U.S., U.K. and allies have been desperately calling for money and arms to be funneled into Ukraine. If it was actually going well for the U.S. and NATO, there would be no reason to do that, nor would the Ukrainians be suffering the heavy casualties that have prompted the call for mercenaries from around the world to join into the fighting for Ukraine.

This is a U.S./NATO proxy war that is out in the open for the entire world to see how the U.S. operates.

C) I think we are seeing the results of a nation literally caught in-between TPTB of the West and the same from Russia/their loose alliances. I think Russia and the West engaged in dirty politics in Ukraine and the Western-backed side won, so instead of upping their propaganda and disinfo game or ramping up other such tactics, Russia just decided on a unilateral military move. I think the Ukrainians are sick of being in the middle and are ready to fight some/anybody, Putin just had the misfortune of miscalculating how stiff their resistance would be.
While the Ukrainian government's political pendulum for years went back and forth between East and West, the installation of the neo-nazis in 2014 and the expanded arms shipments and build-up of Ukrainian military forces, as well as the atrocities that the neo-nazi Ukrainian forces were exerting in the Donbas region, made the decision for Russia.

And as far as a miscalculation goes, the only miscalculation that's been made thus far has been by the U.S., in grossly underestimating Putin, Russian forces and their hardware, while grossly overestimating the Ukrainian military and its impact on Russia. If you've read up on some of the tactics that have been employed thus far by Russia, they are more likely to find their way into future military handbooks than be criticized.

Your thoughts?
As above please. The one-the-ground intel tells a completely different story than what is being peddled by western media. Fox-News, CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, and the NY Times, etc. are never going to provide anyone with an accurate assessment of the situation. And neither is RT News.

Again, this is NOT to say that Russia is some benevolent force, or that they don't suffer from corruption themselves, or that they will ultimately be successful in the wake of WW3; it's only to point out that the demonizing of Russia in the western press is itself war propaganda that doesn't match field reports nor make any sense given the actions that U.S. led NATO forces are currently taking.

Further, as has been personally posted on this forum multiple times. the U.S. and U.K. WILL LOSE WW3 to Russia and China , as punishment for not keeping their Covenant Promise to Father (God) to keep and enforce His Law ONLY. This isn't my opinion; it is prophecy, which is never wrong.
 
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