World War 3, Insanity that Could Never Happen?
By Rick Brinegar
Eric Zuesse, of the Centre for Research on Globalization, has accused the Obama administration of using the Ukraine crisis as an excuse to confront Russia. “…it’s solely using Ukraine as a launching-pad for WW III against Russia,” he said. The U.S. Congress has given hearty approval to support the fight against Russia, by supplying Ukraine with around $350 million of military hardware.
The United States unilaterally pulled out of the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty in 2002. Since then, the U.S. has worked relentlessly to create a global missile defense system, which Russia sees as a threat to itself and to world peace. Russia has repeatedly maintained that no country will ever attain military superiority over Russia. As the war drums are beating, United States war doctrine is changing. Washington has policymakers who sincerely believe that nuclear war is winnable and who regard nuclear war as a means of preventing the rise of Russia and China as world powers.
A Russia Today editorial says that a United States House of Representatives resolution has “brought the nation one step closer to all-out war with Russia.” Future historians, according to the editorial, “may one day point to House Resolution 758 as the single piece of legislation that sparked a global conflagration between two leading nuclear powers.” The resolution, which was passed on December 4th, accused the Russian Federation of aggression against Ukraine and of attempting to establish dominion over the country and erase its independence. Ron Paul called the legislation “reckless” war propaganda. According to Paul, it provokes World War 3 with Russia “that could result in total destruction.”
Iran nuclear talks have resumed in Geneva. Negotiators failed to reach an agreement in Vienna by their self-imposed November 24 deadline. Now, that deadline has been extended until the beginning of July 2015.
Iranian Shia leaders believe that the Twelfth Imam never died, but was hidden by Allah in 941, and that he will reappear to create a perfect global Islamic caliphate after the world has fallen into complete chaos. Iranian leaders may believe that, by acquiring nuclear capability, they can actually hasten the global bedlam required for the appearance of their savior. Iran may want to destroy Israel, even if Iran is destroyed in the process. Foreign Affairs Magazine actually suggested in 2012 that a nuclear-armed Iran would most likely “restore stability to the Middle East.”
Israel knows Iran will use nuclear weapons on Israel once Iran has them, and that only one nuclear weapon is capable of destroying all of Israel. If Israel is forced into a nuclear corner, Israel may feel compelled to act alone to prevent annihilation.
A Bible prophecy reveals that common sense will not prevail, and that one-third of mankind will die in a war originating in the area of the Euphrates River. The Euphrates River flows through Turkey, Syria, and Iraq, and empties into the Persian Gulf. In other words, the war in which over two billion will die begins in the Middle East. The prophecy is found in Revelation chapter nine, verse 15: “And the four angels were loosed, which were prepared for an hour, and a day, and a month, and a year, for to slay the third part of men.”
We live in a time in which nuclear war between the great powers is commonly viewed as unlikely. The outcome, we assume, would be so devastating that each side must be doing their utmost to avoid it. Surely, we think, our governments will be rational, a nuclear war is insane. However, World War 3 will happen. It is in your Bible. And, no war would have ever been waged, if the losing side, or even both sides, knew what the outcome would be before it occurred.
World War 3: U.S. Congress ‘Declares War’ On Vladimir Putin And Russia Over Ukraine, Claims Ron Paul
World War 3 may have already begun in a piecemeal fashion according to Pope Francis, and now Ron Paul is warning that the U.S. Congress essentially declared war on Vladimir Putin with the recently passed Resolution 758, which calls for President Barack Obama to significantly escalate the actions of the United States in regards to the Ukraine war by providing lethal aid.
12/15/14 The Guardian
Iran nuclear talks resume in Geneva
After failing to reach agreement in Vienna by a November 24 deadline after nine months of negotiations, diplomats are sitting down in Geneva today to try to keep the momentum for a nuclear deal going.
July/August 2012 Foreign Affairs
Why Iran Should Get the Bomb
Nuclear Balancing Would Mean Stability
The past several months have witnessed a heated debate over the best way for the United States and Israel to respond to Iran’s nuclear activities. As the argument has raged, the United States has tightened its already robust sanctions regime against the Islamic Republic, and the European Union announced in January that it will begin an embargo on Iranian oil on July 1. Although the United States, the EU, and Iran have recently returned to the negotiating table, a palpable sense of crisis still looms.