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As we struggle to reimagine our lives after the COVID PLANDEMIC that turned our world upside down, we are failing to recognize the new threat that is becoming more and more real.  WAR!  

Whether it is all legitimate or it is contrived it is non-the-less real for all of us.  It is more than likely orchestrated as the next step to bring the world to accept the New World Order.  That next step is about to occur.  

The world around us is getting darker and darker.  The negative energies of humanity are being stirred up and brought to a boil.  The drums of WAR are sounding all around us.  Nations are forming their alliances in preparation for a major conflict.  

We need to shake off our complacency and prepare.  Prepare, mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually for what is about to unfold.

Take a look at some of the recent developments:


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A British spy plane has confirmed Russia has completed its initial test of Putin’s new ‘unstoppable’ missile which experts believe is able to target US cities in the event of nuclear conflict.


A British reconnaissance plane that monitors Russian war games in the Arctic and Moscow confirmed it has now completed initial tests of Vladimir Putin’s deadly new missile.

Reports say the 6,100 mph Zircon hypersonic weapon has now been fired a total of four times from the Admiral Gorshkov frigate and will go into service next year.

Putin sees the Mach 8 Zircon as his missile of choice to target American cities in the event of a nuclear conflict, it is claimed.

A British RC-135W reconnaissance aircraft was circling the skies where the Gorskhov this week sailed off the Kola Peninsula, reported the Barents Observer.

A total of four launches have been made. All missiles hit the ‘bullseye’.
A total of four Zicron launches have been made. (Image: MoD)

It was the second time in a week that a British spy plane had buzzed an area of the Barents Sea to snoop on Russian conducted missile tests, said the report.

The Gorshkov had been expected to fire the “unstoppable” weapon this week, but the defence ministry only specifically confirmed supersonic Oniks missile launches from the frigate which hit a target off Novaya Zemlya.

A total of four launches have been made. All missiles hit the ‘bullseye’.
A Brit spy plane has confirmed testing of Vladimir Putin’s deadly new Zircon hypersonic missile is complete.

The coast already has a large area of water that was declared “forbidden to navigate for all vessels” on both the Barents Sea and Kara Sea sides of the Arctic archipelago.

Despite this, a military source told Russian state news agency TASS: “Flight trials (of the Zircon) from Admiral Gorshkov have been completed successfully.

“A total of four launches have been made. All missiles hit the ‘bullseye’.

A total of four launches have been made. All missiles hit the ‘bullseye’.
All missiles in Zircon tests have hit the ‘bullseye’. (Image: MoD)

Tests of the Mach 8 missile from a submarine are due soon.

Putin has previously described the Ziron – also known as Tsirkon – as “truly unparalleled … in the world”.

The first Zircon test launch of the missile from the Gorshkov was staged in early October – and seen as a 68th birthday present for Putin.


A formation of Chinese H-6K bombers flying over Beijing in October 2019.

A formation of H-6K bombers flying over Beijing in October 2019. Photo: Greg Baker/AFP via Getty Images

At least 20 Chinese military aircraft entered Taiwan’s air space on Friday, according to Taiwan’s defense ministry.

Why it matters: It is the largest incursion by China’s air force since Taiwan’s defense ministry has announced almost daily Chinese military exercises into its air space, per Reuters.

  • A person familiar with Taiwan’s defense planning told Reuters that the Chinese military was simulating an operation against U.S. warships sailing through the Bashi Channel.
  • China has said the exercises are meant to show its determination to defend the island, which it considers part of Chinese territory, though Taiwan’s status is one of the most sensitive political issues between Washington and Beijing.

The big picture: Friday’s exercises involved four H-6K bombers, which have nuclear strike capabilities, 10 J-16 fighter jets and six other military planes.

  • Taiwan said it warned the planes by radio that they were violating its airspace and deployed air defense missile systems to “monitor the activity” of the flight after the aircraft did not change course.


China, Russia, North Korea, Iran Build Ties as U.N. Friends Feud with U.S.



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China, Russia, North Korea and Iran have set out to build on their strategic partnerships as they pool efforts to counter what they see as an increasingly aggressive United States attempting to thwart their interests.

At the center of the push appears to be Washington’s top strategic competitor, Beijing, whose delegation held its first face-to-face talks with officials from U.S. President Joe Biden‘s administration, resulting in a rare flare-up that may only serve to enflame their feud.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, who was present alongside Chinese Communist Party Foreign Affairs Commission Director Yang Jiechi at the tense Alaska talks last Thursday, was set this Friday to head to Tehran to meet with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif, and President Hassan Rouhani.

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Saeed Khatibzadeh said Tuesday that China and Iran planned to review plans to “strengthen the strategic partnership between the two countries and exchange views on international and regional developments.”

The two nations are part of the 2015 multilateral nuclear deal known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, an arrangement that offered Iran sanctions relief in exchange for curbing its nuclear program. Former-President Donald Trump‘s 2018 decision to exit the accord and implement unilateral restrictions against Tehran pushed the nation to ignore some of the treaty’s caps on uranium enrichment, putting the deal in danger.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying told reporters Tuesday that the JCPOA was “at a critical juncture,” but blamed Washington for not moving first to lift sanctions, an action Tehran has said it would answer by reinstituting the nuclear limits.

“The urgent task is for the United States to return to the comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue and lift the relevant sanctions as soon as possible,” Hua said, “while Iran will resume compliance with the agreement, so as to jointly push the comprehensive agreement back on track.”

She said Beijing would remain engaged in attempting to bring all sides to a consensus.

“China hopes that all parties concerned can increase their sense of urgency, meet each other halfway, and strive to reach consensus on some initial steps as soon as possible,” Hua said, “so that the United States and Iran can resume the process of implementing the contract. To this end, China will continue to work actively with all concerned parties.”

That same day, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov met with Iranian ambassador to Russia Kazem Jalali for a “thorough exchange of views” on the current situation surrounding the nuclear deal. Moscow is also a JCPOA member, and has urged Washington to suspend sanctions against Tehran in order to get the accord back on track.

China, Russia and Iran have also conducted joint military exercises at sea, as tensions between Washington and Tehran played out.

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Soldiers from Russia, Iran, China and North Korea pose for a photo before a display during a ‘Kimjongilia’ flower exhibition celebrating late Supreme Leader Kim Jong Il, in Pyongyang on February 14, 2019. The ruler’s son, current Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, would meet with then-U.S. President Donald Trump just two weeks later in Vietnam for their second summit, the failure of which set the tone for an unraveling of a fragile peace process and an apparent shift for North Korea back toward developing ties with longtime ally China.ED JONES/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

As Wang met with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov on Monday for talks in southern China’s Guilin city, Guangxi Province, the JCPOA was a topic of discussion, as were reported international frustrations with the U.S.

This meeting came on the heels of the U.S.-China dialogue in Anchorage, the first such meeting under the Biden Administration. Wang and Yang discussed with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan the Iran deal and a range of other issues, especially as they relate to deteriorating relations between Beijing and Washington over sensitive topics like Hong Kong, Taiwan, Tibet and Xinjiang.

Though statements following the interactions were more subdued, footage from the meeting itself showed moments of rare tension erupt between the delegations of the world’s two top powers.

While U.S. officials accuse China of human rights abuses and coercion through economic, military and political pressure, Chinese officials warn their rising nation will no longer be pushed around or bullied by Western powers as in past years.

“#China is not what it was 120 years ago, when foreign powers could force open its door with guns,” Hua Chunying tweeted in summation of her remarks in response to new U.S., Canadian, Australian and European sanctions. “Certain colluding individuals in politics, academics and media should think twice if they think they could make wanton smears with impunity.”

Beijing is not alone in this endeavor. Moscow and Tehran have also sought to push back against Washington’s attempts to divide their growing ties in areas such as Syria, as well other fields in which their interests have been challenged.

Russia has been particularly incensed since Biden agreed with the characterization of Russian President Vladimir Putin as a “killer” and warned he would “pay a price” for alleged election interference during an interview aired last Wednesday on ABC News.

After Wang’s meeting with Lavrov on Monday, the two issued a joint statement calling on the international community, amid global historic turbulence, “to strengthen mutual understanding and build up cooperation in the interests of global security and geopolitical stability, to contribute to the establishment of a more just, democratic and rational multipolar world order.”

That same day, Chinese President Xi Jinping reached out to another power issuing complaints about alleged unchecked U.S. hegemony. Via senior diplomats from both countries, Xi exchanged verbal messages with North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, who filled the Chinese leader in on the results of the neighboring ruler’s 8th Party Congress of the Korean Workers’ Party in January.

During that high-profile meeting, Kim referred to the U.S. as the “principal enemy” of North Korea, officially the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, and vowed to “adopt an adroit strategy toward the U.S. and steadily expand solidarity with the anti-imperialist, independent forces.”

On Monday, Kim conveyed a desire for North Korea and China to channel their traditional alliance in uniting their efforts to counter adversarial powers.

“Informing in detail that the WPK discussed and decided on its policy stand on the bolstering of defence capabilities of the country, the inter-Korean relations and the DPRK-U.S. relations after an in-depth study and analysis of the situations of the Korean peninsula and the international relations,” Kim “stressed the need to strengthen the unity and cooperation between the two parties and two countries to cope with the hostile forces’ all-round challenges and obstructive moves,” according to the official Korean Central News Agency.

A day earlier, North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Son Gwon joined a number of nations in expressing a message of greeting to Iran for the Persian New Year, or Nowruz.

“Expressing the belief that the traditional friendly and cooperative relations between the two countries would further develop and mutual support and cooperation in the international arena grow stronger in the New Year, too, the message wished the Iranian foreign minister success in his job,” the Korean Central News Agency reported Sunday.

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Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza (C) announces the creation of a group of countries that include China and Russia to defend the U.N. Charter and the rights of member states after US threats of a military invasion, at the U.N. headquarters on February 14th, 2019 in New York. The countries within the Group of Friends in Defense of the Charter of the United Nations have frequently criticized the United States for pursuing a unilateral foreign policy and intervening in the domestic affairs of other U.N. member states.LAURA BONILLA CAL/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

Unlike Iran, which was targeted with a “maximum pressure” campaign that reversed previous years of diplomacy with the U.S., North Korea underwent a historic warming of ties with the Trump administration, as well as U.S. ally South Korea. When this denuclearization-for-peace and sanctions relief process failed to produce any agreement, however, Pyongyang walked back from diplomacy and vowed to shore up its defenses.

North Korean officials have dismissed U.S. attempts to make contact, calling on for an abandonment of “hostile policies” first. Iran also says nuclear negotiations must be predicated on the lifting of sanctions.

In the White House’s Interim National Security Strategic Guidance published earlier this month, both North Korea and Iran were said to “continue to pursue game-changing capabilities and technologies, while threatening U.S. allies and partners and challenging regional stability.”

China and Russia, according to the document, “have invested heavily in efforts meant to check U.S. strengths and prevent us from defending our interests and allies around the world.”

Beijing, Moscow, Tehran and Pyongyang have joined 13 other signatories to establish the “Group of Friends in Defense of the Charter of the United Nations.” The coalition of Algeria, Angola, Belarus, Bolivia, Cambodia, China, Cuba, Eritrea, Iran, Laos, Nicaragua, North Korea, Russia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Syria, Venezuela and the State of Palestine, a U.N. non-member observer state, recently shared with Newsweek a concept note calling for new additions to the group.

Among the primary tenets of the group are the “non-interference in the internal affairs of States, peaceful settlement of disputes, and to refrain from the use or threat of use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any State, as enshrined in the UN Charter.”

The Biden administration, for its part, has also been busy shoring up its alliances and partnerships. Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin conducted an Asia tour ahead of the Alaska talks with China, and both have also spoken out in support of the Cold War-era NATO military coalition, comprised today of 30 countries.

Blinken met Tuesday with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg and, among other major issues, discussed “concern over Russia and China’s malign activity and disinformation efforts.”

“We will stand resolutely against Russian aggression and other actions that try to undermine our Alliance, and I think that that approach is exactly where NATO is as well,” Blinken said. “And similarly, we have to and we will, I believe, make sure that NATO is also focused on some of the challenges that China poses to the rules-based international order, that is part of the 2030 vision as well.”


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“Gunpowder” is one of those words Beijing uses when it wants others to know war is on its mind.

The term is, more worryingly, also especially emotion-packed, a word Chinese propagandists use when they want to rile mainland Chinese audiences by reminding them of foreign — British and white — exploitation of China in the Opium War period of the 19th century. China’s Communist Party, therefore, is now trying to whip up nationalist sentiment, rallying the Chinese people, perhaps readying them for war.

More fundamentally, Beijing is, with the gunpowder reference and others, trying to divide the world along racial lines and form a global anti-white coalition.

There was more than just a whiff of gunpowder in Alaska. The foreign ministry’s Zhao blamed the U.S. side for exceeding the agreed time limit for opening remarks from Secretary of State Antony Blinken and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan. Blinken and Sullivan overran their allotted four minutes by… 44 seconds.

The Party’s Global Times called the two presentations “seriously overtime.” The foreign ministry’s Zhao said the overrun prompted the Chinese side to launch into its two presentations, which lasted 20 minutes and 23 seconds, well over their allotted four minutes.

Yang Jiechi, China’s top diplomat, and his subordinate, Foreign Minister Wang Yi, were mostly reading from prepared texts, suggesting that much of their remarks — in reality a tirade — was planned well in advance.

There were, in addition to the diplomats’ obviously rehearsed expressions of outrage and Zhao’s incendiary comments, a third element to the campaign: a propaganda blast against policies Beijing said were racist. The primary target is America.

“Everything Washington talks about is centered on the U.S., and on white supremacy,” the Global Times, controlled by the Party, stated in an editorial on March 19, referring to the darker skin tones of America’s “few allies” in the region.

Furthermore, the race-based narrative appears in a series of recent Communist Party propaganda pieces indirectly portraying China as the protector of Asians in the U.S. For instance, the Global Times on March 18 ran a piece titled “Elite U.S. Groups Accomplices of Crimes Against Asian Americans.”

Beijing has played the race card in North America for some years. China, for example has tried to divide Canada along racial lines. Lu Shaye, when he was Beijing’s ambassador to Canada, railed against “Western egotism and white supremacy” in an unsuccessful attempt in early 2019 to win the immediate release of Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei Technologies, detained by Canadian authorities pending extradition proceedings instituted by the Trump Justice Department.

Significantly, Yang Jiechi in Anchorage pointedly mentioned Black Lives Matter protests in his opening remarks on Thursday, continuing China’s race-based attack on America.

China’s regime continues to talk about China’s rise, but now Beijing’s propaganda line is shifting in ominous ways. Ruler Xi Jinping’s new narrative is that China is leading the “East.” In a landmark speech he gave at the end of last year, he stated “the East is rising and the West is declining.”

This theme evokes what Imperial Japan tried to do with its notorious Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere, beginning in the 1930s, an attempt to unite Asians against whites.

Racial divisions bring us to Samuel Huntington’s The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order. “In the post-Cold War world, the most important distinctions among peoples are not ideological, political, or economic,” the late Harvard political scientist wrote. “They are cultural.”

Analysts and academics have severely criticized Huntington’s seminal 1996 book, yet whether or not this work is fundamentally flawed, Xi Jinping is in fact trying to remake the world order by leading “the East” in a civilizational struggle with “the West.”

Mao Zedong, Xi’s hero, saw China leading Africa and the peoples of Asia against the West, so Xi’s notion of global division is nothing new, but Mao’s successors for the most part dropped such racially charged talk as they sought to strengthen their communist state with Western cash and technology.

Deng Xiaoping, Mao’s mostly pragmatic successor, counseled China to “hide capabilities, bide time.” Xi, however, believes China’s time has come in part because, he feels, America is in terminal decline.

Xi’s conception of the world is abhorrent and wrong, but Americans do not have the luxury of ignoring him. They and others must recognize that in Xi’s mind, race defines civilization and civilization is the world’s new dividing line.

Xi is serious. In January, he told his fast-expanding military it must be ready to fight “at any second.” That month, the Party’s Central Military Commission took from the civilian State Council the power to mobilize all of society for war.

Militant states rarely prepare for conflict and then back down. For China’s Communist Party, there is a smell of gunpowder around the world, as Xi is triggering a clash of civilizations — and races.

Read more at: GateStoneInstitute.org 



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Devlet Bahçeli.

“My advice to the grandchildren of the criminals who drank the blood of the Muslim Turks is not to test our patience and they should immediately stop their provocations and harassment,” said the leader of the Far Right political party.

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“The rematch for the Morea uprising has not been seen yet, this account has not yet been closed,” he said in reference to the Greek War of Independence that began in the Morea, or more commonly known as the Peloponnese.


“The Morea uprising is one of the bloody and devastating disasters that marked the Turkish nation in the past,” he continued in another tweet.

“And in this uprising, a real genocide took place, nearly 40,000 Muslim Turks were killed,” the extremist leader said in reference to the Peloponnese being rid of non-Christians during the Greek War of Independence.

He of course omits that most of the Muslims in the Peloponnese did not identity as Turks, but rather as Greek or Albanian Muslims.

Bahçeli also omits 400 years of Turkish massacres and enslavement over the Morea.

“What an example is humanity when it is still silent against this mass murder,” he continued.


“On this occasion, I wish God’s mercy to the Muslim Turks who were martyred in the Morea uprising and lost their lives by being thrown into the tunnel of violence and terror, and I remember them all with respect and gratitude,” he continued.

“Our blood is still on the ground, when the day comes, the price will of course be paid,” the Far Right leader threatened.

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Differences between the Gog/Magog war of Ezekiel 38 and 39 and the battle of Armageddon (Har Megiddo):

1. Ezekiel 38-39 God puts hooks in the jaws of Gog (probably a demon king possessing a Russian leader) to bring him down from the North against the land of Israel to take a spoil.—–Armageddon – Demons come out of the mouth of the Dragon, the Beast and the False Prophet and they deceive the kings of the earth and lead all nations to come against Jerusalem to kill all Jews and oppose Jesus at his coming (Zec 12 – 14; Rev 16:14 ; Joel 3:1) .

The nations of Ezekiel 38:1-6 are:

The Nations of Ezekiel 38: 1­ 6
The Ancient Nations The Modern Nations
The land of Magog
Meshech and Tubal
“Many peoples with thee”
Somewhere in Russia
Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan
Ethiopia and Sudan
Austria and Germany
Eastern Europe
Southeastern Europe – Turkey
Various other nations allied to Russia

2. Ezekiel 38-39 – Fire and earthquakes fall on the army. The weapons are knocked out of their hands. The bones of the army are buried after 7 months at a specific location by trained professionals (perhaps because their bones are radioactive). —–Armageddon – The flesh of the armies that come against Israel are dissolved and slain from the sword of the mouth of Jesus. There is no mention of any burial of the bones.

3. Ezekiel 38-39 – The army falls on the northern mountains of Israel they never reach Jerusalem.—–Armageddon – The army falls in the valley of Jehoshaphat (Joel 3:2) and blood runs up to the horses bridles the length of Israel (Rev 14:20).

4. Ezekiel 38-39 – Occurs when Israel is living securely in peace and safety with none to make them afraid.—–Armageddon – Occurs at the end of the tribulation when Israel has already fled to the mountains of Jordan for protection from the Antichrist.

5. Ezekiel 38-39 – Some nations aligned with the West protest the invasion and obviously are not involved.—–Armageddon – All nations are involved.

6. Ezekiel 38-39 – No mention of a religious or spiritual figures it just mentions Gog, men and nations.—–Armageddon – Occurs after Satan is cast out of heaven unto the earth and the incarnated Beast Antichrist and his False prophet visibly reign upon earth.

7. Ezekiel 38-39 – 1/6 of the army survives and is driven north into Russia.——Armageddon – The whole army is destroyed.  (I am now aware that the 1/6th is only found in KJ version and it is not supported by the Greek)

8. Ezekiel 38-39 – The nations immediately surrounding Israel are not included (perhaps they were defeated in the Psalm 83 war and are occupied)—–Armageddon – The nations around Israel are said to be included.

9. Ezekiel 38-39 – The world acknowledges that the God of Israel destroyed the invaders and God of Israel is magnified in the eyes of the nations.—–Armageddon – The world thinks the Antichrist is God and dares to come to battle against the God of Israel and His coming King that everyone on the earth has have been clearly told is coming at this point.

10. Ezekiel 38-39 – The purpose is to bring Israel to repentance so that they acknowledge their God and so God can display and magnify Himself in the eyes of all the nations.—–Armageddon – The purpose is to deliver Israel from the Beast, bring judgment on the Beast and the False Prophet and all the Gentiles armies that follow them. They will not have Jesus reign as King on earth so they will be destroyed by Jesus at His coming.

11. Ezekiel 38-39 – No prior signs are mentioned Israel is living securely.——Armageddon – Occurs after wonders in the heavens and in the earth, blood, and fire, and pillars of smoke. The moon is turned blood red and the sun is darkened and people fear what they see coming upon the earth.

12. Ezekiel 38-39 – the leader of the armies name is Gog, the name adds up to 12 in Hebrew —–Armageddon – The Beast is the leader his name adds up to 666.


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