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Monday, October 27, 2014

World War 3? Russia says U.S. to blame, activist calls Vladimir Putin a 'threat'

Prophecy Sign:  Wars and Rumors of Wars


The world is becoming ever more perilous as war drums continue to beat louder.  Both North Korea and Iran continue to work on their respective nuclear warfare programs, while a major backer of both those states continues to pound its own world war three drum, (that being Russia and it's leader, Vladimir Putin).

When you hear of wars and rumors of wars, do not be alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come. Mark 13:7 NIV

Then another horse came out, a fiery red one. Its rider was given power to take peace from the earth and to make people kill each other. To him was given a large sword. Revelation 6:4 NIV

World War 3? Russia says U.S. to blame, activist calls Vladimir Putin a 'threat'
Is World War 3 closer than some Americans might think? Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, gave a public speech this week in which he blamed the U.S. for problems in the Ukraine as well as terrorism in the Middle East. BBC News reports this Saturday, October 25, 2014, that political activist and world chess champion Garry Kasparov recently called Putin a serious “threat,” underscoring him as the key figure interested in drawing a new map towards Ukrainian territory. In a speech that some listeners called the closest throwback to the Cold War in modern times, Vladimir Putin announced that Russia is not to blame for current global issues, and that it is the US responsible for trying to selfishly “remake the world.” The possibility of a World War 3 may seem far-fetched, but the Russian leader had no hesitation earlier this month to remind people everywhere that the Eurasian country has nuclear weapons — and the power to use them effectively.

US General: North Korea Can Miniaturize Nuke Warheads
North Korea has the ability to miniaturize nuclear warheads, the top U.S. military commander in Korea said on Friday. On Friday General Curtis Scaparrotti, the commander of U.S. Forces Korea, briefed reporters at the Pentagon in Washington, DC. During the press conference, Scaparrotti was asked if North Korea had the capability to marry a miniaturized nuclear warhead to a ballistic missile. “Personally I think that they certainly have had the expertise in the past,” Scaparrotti said. He added, “They’ve had the right connections, and so I believe have the capability to have miniaturized a device at this point, and they have the technology to potentially actually deliver what they say they have.” He later clarified that he doesn’t believe North Korea has actually placed a nuclear warhead on a missile yet, and stressed that his assessment of Pyongyang’s capabilities was based on his personal opinion rather than on hard evidence.

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