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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Russia's Revised Military Doctrine Sees Major Threats from NATO, US

Prophecy Sign:  Rumors of War - The rise of Russia, (Rosh/Meshek/Tubal)

“Son of man, prophesy against Gog and say: ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says: I am against you, Gog, chief prince of Meshek and Tubal.  I will turn you around and drag you along. I will bring you from the far north and send you against the mountains of Israel.  Then I will strike your bow from your left hand and make your arrows drop from your right hand. Ezekiel 39:1-3 NIV

Russia's Revised Military Doctrine Sees Major Threats from NATO, US
President Vladimir Putin approved a new military doctrine Friday outlining the threat Russia says is posed by NATO’s expansion and military buildup closer to its border. NATO has boosted its military presence in Eastern Europe this year because of Russia’s support for insurgents in eastern Ukraine; the Kremlin says the Western allies' heightened activity in and near Eastern Europe is a "violation of international law.” Sources familiar with the text of Putin's new doctrine says it appears to refer specifically to the United States when it condemns “acts contrary to international law aimed against the sovereignty, political independence and territorial integrity of states.” It says these are threats to “international peace, security, global and regional stability."  

Russia's Terrifying 'Nuke Trains' Will Be Roving the Rails By 2018
Banned under the previous STARTII treaty, but not excluded in 2011's New START treaty, Russia is pulling from its Soviet strategic playbook and reviving the intercontinental ballistic missile toting, hiding in plain sight, 'Nuke Train' concept. Sounding more like a set-piece from a James Bond movie, this new and improved Nuke Train will be carrying even more terrifying cargo than its Soviet predecessors. The Combat Railway Missile Complex (as the Russians call it) is somewhat akin to a ground-based nuclear ballistic missile submarine, although it is much less expensive to operate. Its constantly moving nature and 'hiding in plain sight' camouflage represents a survivable, hard to target, land-based nuclearsecond strike deterrent. 

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