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Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Russian bombers fly near Alaska; Air Force scrambles jets

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A pair of Russian nuclear-capable bombers flew near Alaska Monday night, two U.S. officials told Fox News, coming as close as 100 miles from Kodiak Island -- the first time since President Trump took office that Moscow has sent bombers so close to the U.S.

The two Russian Tu-95 “Bear” bombers flew roughly 280 miles southwest of Elmendorf Air Force Base, within the Air Defense Identification Zone of the United States.

The U.S. Air Force scrambled two F-22 stealth fighter jets and an E-3 airborne early warning plane to intercept the Russian bombers.

The American jets flew alongside the Russian bombers for 12 minutes, before the Russian bombers reversed course and headed back to their base in eastern Russia.

While Tillerson was in Moscow, three Russian bombers flew near the east coast of Japan, forcing the Japanese military to scramble 14 fighter jets at various times to intercept the bombers.

Credit to Fox News

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Pentagon Considers Shooting Down North Korea Missile Tests

Just when a few hours had passed without any escalation around the Korean Peninsula, The Guardian reports that the US military is considering shooting down North Korean missile tests as a show of strength to Pyongyang according to two sources briefed on the plans.
As the USS Carl Vinson heads towards the peninsula, along with two oither carriers, the Pentagon is looking for ways short of war to pressure North Korea into denuclearization, particularly if Pyongyang goes forward with an anticipated sixth nuclear test.
The option, which defense secretary James Mattis has briefed to Congress, has, as The Guardian reportsyet to mature into a decision by the military to intercept a tested missile. One US official said the prospective shoot-down strategy would be aimed at occurring after a nuclear test, with the objective being to signal Pyongyang that the US can impose military consequences for a transgression Donald Trump has said is unacceptable. But experts and former officials said shooting down a North Korean missile during a test risks an escalation that Washington may not be able to control, one that risks war on the Korean peninsula and potentially devastating consequences to allies South Korea and Japan.
“I would see such an action as escalatory, but I couldn’t guess how Kim Jong-un would interpret it,” said Abraham Denmark, the senior Pentagon policy official for Asia in Barack Obama’s administration.

“But I would be concerned he would feel the need to react strongly, as he would not want to appear weak.”
Both sources said the military was not looking to use the high-profile missile-defense system the US is providing to South Korea, the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (Thaad). Thaad’s 200km range and sophisticated radar have unnerved China, whose president, Xi Jinping, has been coaxed by Trump into pressuring North Korea. 
In the past, several US administrations have considered shooting down North Korean missile tests, only to turn away from the option when considering the consequences of escalation against an unpredictable and bellicose adversary. Rumors have circulated since Trump took office that he has been mulling a shoot-down. A US official said the military was discussing a potential shoot-down ahead of Trump’s meeting with Xi on 6 April at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. The discussion also preceded Friday’s North Korean military parade, during which Pyongyang displayed advancements in its intercontinental ballistic missile program and anti-ship missiles, as well as a test-launch failure on Saturday. Senior Pentagon officials pondering the shoot-down option are said to have conceded they are unsure how North Korea would respond, especially considering North Korea's comments...
"If the U.S. is reckless enough to use military means, from that very day, there will be all out war. Our nuclear weapons protect us from that threat," Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-Ryol told the BBC's John Sudworth. "We'll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis," he threatened. He said that an "all-out war" would result if the US took military action.
Neither Pentagon nor US Pacific Command representatives responded to a request for comment. Another factor complicating a shoot-down would be the risk of embarrassment should Aegis interceptors miss a North Korean target, which might embolden Pyongyang and unnerve US regional allies.
Ken Gause, director of the international-affairs group at the CNA thinktank influential with the Pentagon, said US planners have grown frustrated with coercive diplomacy amid North Korea’s maturing nuclear and missile capability. But Gause said that while Washington might spin a shoot-down as a step below an attack on North Korea or an attempt to overthrow its government, it risked validating Kim’s position that North Korea needs nuclear weapons and long-range missiles to respond to American aggression.
“I still see this as escalatory and playing with potential fire. At the end of the day, Kim Jong-un cannot be seen internally as backing down from pressure”, Gause said.
It seems odd that the US would telegraph this intent - given Trump's campaign discussions of not doing exactly this. Or is this simply a way of showing that the Pentagon remains on a war footing despite a very temporary lull in global thermonuclear ware rhetoric.

Credit to Zero Hedge

9-Year-Old Boy Has A Vision Of An Asteroid Hitting The Atlantic And A Nuclear War Involving The United States

Did God give a 9-year-old boy a vision of the future of America? Last night, my wife pulled me aside and strongly urged me to watch part of an amazing video that she had found on YouTube. I was quite tired at the time, but I agreed to watch it because I could tell from my wife’s expression that she had found something special. And without a doubt, what I am about to share with you does appear to be extraordinary. A grandmother known as “A Daughter of The Highest King” on YouTube came across a dry erase board that her 9-year-old grandson had been drawing on, and the things that he had been drawing were so unusual that she decided to ask him about them.

Well, it turns out that this little boy had been trying to draw a picture of things that were shown to him in a vision. When he received this vision he was in bed, but he was not asleep at the time. He told his grandmother that in his vision he was standing in space and looking down at the Earth, and it appears that he may have been shown things that are coming in the future. If you would like to watch the entire video, you can find it on YouTube here.

When I started watching this little boy describe his vision, one thing immediately jumped out at me. He said that he saw a giant asteroid that appeared to be “flaming hot red” coming toward the Earth.

As it got very close, he said that it appeared to break up into pieces and strike multiple locations, but according to him the main impact seems to have happened in the Atlantic Ocean.

When this little boy said that I was absolutely startled, because my wife and I have been collecting dreams and visions of a giant asteroid that is going to strike the Atlantic Ocean for many years. In fact, my wife has collected more than 100 of these dreams and visions. Many have seen that the asteroid breaks up into multiple pieces before it hits, and that the impact in the Atlantic Ocean causes an enormous tsunami that will be hundreds of feet high. When this gigantic tsunami slams into the east coast of the United States at an extremely high speed, the devastation that will be caused will be almost too horrible for words.

As you can see in the video, this little boy is not even allowed on the Internet, and so he probably has never even heard about any of these dreams and visions. But his description of the vision that he was given matches up perfectly with what dozens of other prominent men and women of God have received over the years.

And of course the Bible tells us that someday a giant object will plunge into the ocean. The following is what Revelation 8:8-9 says in the Modern English Version

8 Then the second angel sounded, and something like a great mountain, burning with fire, was thrown into the sea. A third of the sea became blood, 9 a third of the living creatures in the sea died, and a third of the ships were destroyed.

After the asteroid strikes, this 9-year-old boy was shown nuclear missiles flying all over the world, and many of them hit the United States.

Once again, this fits perfectly with what other men and women of God have been shown. The great tsunami on the east coast comes first, and after that a nuclear conflict involving the United States happens.

In his vision this young boy was also shown “giant people with goat horns” roaming around. Some have suggested that these could be demons on the Earth during the Great Tribulation, while others have suggested that what he saw may have been Nephilim.

We do know that things will get quite wild here on this planet during the Tribulation period. I have always said that it is going to be crazier than the most insane science fiction movie that Hollywood can possibly come up with, and this youngster may have gotten a small glimpse of what life will be like during that time.

He also saw the planet breaking apart in various areas and a “giant crack in the middle of America”. I have been warning about the great “megaquake”that is coming to the New Madrid fault zone for many years, but it is not clear from the video if that is exactly what he saw.

But I certainly do believe that this vision was from the Lord, and this would be perfectly consistent with Scripture. In the Book of Joel, we are told that our sons and our daughters will prophesy in the last days. This is what Joel 2:28-29 says in the Modern English Version

And it will be that, afterwards, I will pour out My Spirit on all flesh; then your sons and your daughters will prophesy, your old men will dream dreams, and your young men will see visions. 29 Even on the menservants and maidservants in those days I will pour out My Spirit.

Could this vision be a very small part of the fulfillment of that ancient prophecy that was given to the prophet Joel?

God is not sending us these warnings to frighten us.

Rather, God is sending us these warnings so that we will not be afraid.

God wants us to know that He knows everything that is going to happen in advance, He has a plan, He has everything under control, and He is not going to abandon us.

Yes, the most challenging times in all of human history are coming. But for the people of God it will be the greatest chapter of all as multitudes come into the Kingdom even in the midst of all the shaking.

You were born for such a time as this, and now is the time for all of us to become the people that God created us to be.

Credit to endoftheamericandream.com


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Japan May Consider Deploying Troops in Case of DPRK Missile Fall in Its Waters

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For the first time the Japanese government is considering the possibility of deploying the Self-Defense Forces in case of a fall of a North Korean missile in the country's territorial waters, local media reported on Tuesday.
The laws adopted on March 29, 2016, divided security threats into three categories: the possibility of military aggression, obvious threat of military aggression and military aggression.
The government wants to recognize fall of a foreign missile in its territorial waters as an obvious threat of military aggression, which allows deployment of troops, the Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper reported.
Credit to Sputnik

Russia Warns U.S. Not To Act Unilaterally Against North Korea

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In response to the US vice president, Russia's foreign minister Sergey Lavrov said that Mike Pence’s statement on the US running out of “strategic patience”
towards Pyongyang does not contribute to resolving the crisis. The top Russian diplomat also voiced hope there will be no repeat of the US strike on Syria in North Korea.
On Monday, speaking from the DMZ, Mike Pence said the world has witnessed the “strength and resolve of Trump in actions taken in Syria and Afghanistan,” and threatened North Korea “not to test” this resolve or “or the strength of the armed forces of the United States.” 
Lavrov responded by saying “I hope that there won’t be any unilateral actions like we recently saw in Syria and that the US will follow the policies Trump repeatedly declared during his election campaign.” He also warned the US not to take any military actions, stressing that the “risky nuclear and missile endeavors of Pyongyang” violating UNSC resolutions could not be used as an excuse for violating international law and the UN Charter “in the same fashion” as in Syria. 
The period of US policy before the current escalation could be hardly described as an “era of strategic patience,” Lavrov added.
“I cannot call the Obama administration’s period an ‘era of strategic patience,’ as the US has been quite harshly limiting North Korea’s capabilities to develop economy sectors related to nuclear or energy areas,” Lavrov said, referring to past US initiatives, many of them backed by the UN Security Council. 
Also addressing the matter, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that harsh statements do not contribute to peace and stability in the region, while commenting on South Korean President Hwang Kyo-ahn’s promise to “implement intensive punitive measures” on Pyongyang in case of any “provocations.”
“Our position is well known and consistent. We call on all sides to avoid any actions which might be perceived as a provocation. And we stand for the continuation of coordinated international efforts in existing formats to resolve the North Korean problem,” Peskov said.
Meanwhile tensions on the Korean Peninsula remain high: after Pyongyang conducted a missile test amid joint US-South Korea drills in March, and with at least one and as many as 3 US aircraft carrier groups headed toward the Peninsula, today North Korea's UN ambassador said the US has "created a dangerous situation in which the thermonuclear war may break out at any moment on the peninsula and pose a serious threat to the world's peace and security, to say nothing of those of northeast Asia." 
Separately, North Korea told the BBC that the country would be "conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis," in effect assuring a provocation. 
Judging by the market's response on Monday, a global thermonuclear war would be just the catalyst to pust the S&P back over its all time high of 2,400.

Credit to Zero Hedge