Discussion in 'IntroSpectrum' started by barnizzle, Mar 15, 2008.
its gettin ugly, russia just said they might arm their baltic fleet with nukes
So how much are the tickets for this great event?
ive been saying this for years! since 1997 to be exact. Russia or Gog and Magog will fight this beast Babylon cause its all prophetic. read the Bible yo, its all there if you read it corre tly (in its Hebraic tone and meanng). the book of Daniel or the revelations, its all the same. this is also what happen in the Genesis, the earth is void and without form. gross and utter darkness covers her. but know, there is a great light being formulated within the heart and mind of someone who will become a living soul pointing the way to a new beginning for all of mankind. there will be a war in heaven, but this time, the Great Lie will be exposed and placed in a bottomless pit of fire, Truth will consume the whole of Creation this time leaving no room for error. cows will be cows, pigs pigs, fish fish, not food thus, they will be lef alone to serve their purpose within the circle of life. the planet will be recognized as being a living being not some mechanicle device to be manipulated as one sees fit... people will all jus be human no blacks whites and so on... equity, compassion, love, truth, mercy, freedom, and justice will become innate attributes; universal laws written in the hearts of man.
are we ready for this?
to live forever?
All you niggas on that theological babbling tip get put on ignore for now on, yo.
nigga dont nobody give a fuck about you ya bitch ass wop
you a crazy juiced up sambo fa real.
My Way News - Russia threatens military response to US missiles
Russia threatens military response to US missiles
MOSCOW (AP) - Russian President Dmitry Medvedev is warning his country may respond to a U.S. missile shield in Europe through military means.
Medvedev says that the deployment of an anti-missile system close to Russian borders "will of course create additional tensions."
"We will have to react somehow, to react, of course, in a military way," Medvedev was quoted as saying Tuesday by the RIA-Novosti news agency.
Russian officials have already warned of a military response to the U.S. plans, but the statement by the Russian leader was likely to further aggravate already tense relations with the West. The comments come after Medvedev recognized two Georgian regions as independent nations, prompting criticism from the U.S. and Europe.
Dimitri Medvedev raises spectre of new Cold War - Times Online
Dimitri Medvedev raises spectre of new Cold War
Russia put the West on alert for a new Cold War that the Kremlin is ready to fight, its President said yesterday.
President Medvedev set tensions soaring when he recognised the independence of two breakaway republics inside Georgia. “We are not afraid of anything, including the prospect of a Cold War,” he said. Hours earlier he had ordered his Foreign Ministry to start establishing diplomatic ties with the secessionist regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
The move brought instant condemnation from the United States, Britain, France, Germany and other Western countries. President Bush appealed to the Kremlin to “reconsider this irresponsible decision”. David Miliband, the Foreign Secretary, said that it was “unjustifiable and unacceptable”.
Mr Medvedev, whose troops still occupy positions in Georgia, including in the vital Black Sea port of Poti, said that he did not want a return to the Cold War, but that “everything depends on the position of our partners”.
The sense of a stand-off deepened when US officials reversed a statement that American warships would be delivering humanitarian aid to Poti. A US diplomat in Tbilisi had announced that two guided missile warships would be docking at the port despite the Russian military presence. Mr Medvedev accused the Americans of trying to smuggle weapons to the Georgians.
President Saakashvili of Georgia declared that Russia’s backing for the separatists was illegal, and accused it of looking for any excuse to provoke Georgia and allow Russia’s military machine to roll back into his country.
He said that Russian forces were building up in Akhalgori in South Ossetia, 20 miles (30km) north of Tbilisi. Remnants of Georgia’s security forces were guarding makeshift checkpoints on the road to Akhalgori, and South Ossetian paramilitaries refused entry to all but local residents, a mixture of South Ossetians and Georgians.
Later, a Russian army helicopter swooped over the Georgian forces and ordered them to withdraw. The Georgians, under orders from their President not to ignite a new war, complied
he actually...has a valid point. you dumb faggot
WW3 is coming and the bible talked about it. russia, iran, and syria...possibly china, against the USA
before you start calling niggaz sambos for dropping real life knowledge on you, do some research and open your minds eye.
stop being a sheep
America,what a great government you created.
If this is really coming to ww3 which I kinda doubt but it's possible,why the fuck would I want to help a person like Double ML?LOL
Talk of Russia-Cuba ties seen as warning to U.S. - Yahoo! News
Talk of Russia-Cuba ties seen as warning to U.S
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba and Russia have stirred memories of their Cold War alliance with recent talk of restoring "traditional" ties in what experts said was a warning to their old adversary, the United States.
Russia, once the island's top economic benefactor and military ally, has hinted at re-establishing a military presence in Cuba in a tit-for-tat for U.S. activities in Eastern Europe, including plans for a missile defense system, they said.
"Russia is clearly irritated at what it perceives as U.S. meddling in its neighborhood," said Cuba expert Phil Peters at the Lexington Institute in Virginia. "It seems to be sending a message that if you play on our periphery, we'll play in yours."
The ghost of Cuba-Russia relations past was raised last month by a news report that Russia might use Cuba as a refueling base for its nuclear-capable bombers. The Russian Defense Ministry later denied the report.
Such action would cross a "red line," said a U.S. Air Force general in language that brought to mind the 1962 Cuban missile crisis when the United States and Russia, then the Soviet Union, almost went to war over Soviet missile bases on the island 90 miles from Florida.
Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin went to Havana this month on what was billed as an economic trip and, accompanied by Russian Security Council Secretary Gen. Nikolai Patrushev, and met with Cuban President Raul Castro.
The security council, which guides Russian national security policy, said in a following statement the two countries planned "consistent work to restore traditional relations in all areas of cooperation."
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin chimed in later, saying, "We need to re-establish positions on Cuba and in other countries."
But analysts said Russia was a lot more likely to get increased trade with Cuba than it was military cooperation.
"It's impossible to imagine that anyone in the Cuban leadership would want to put their country in the bull's eye of another superpower showdown reminiscent of the missile crisis," said Brian Latell, a former CIA analyst now at the University of Miami.
"BLUSTER" FROM MOSCOW
"The military talk seems to be bluster on Moscow's part," Peters said. "Cuba has nothing to gain from a military relationship, which would be high-risk and out of character with the steady renovation of diplomatic relationships" under Raul Castro.
Moscow gave Cuba billions of dollars worth of aid during their long alliance and at the height of their dominance, stationed thousands of troops and advisers on the island.
When the Soviet Union unraveled in 1991, the aid dried up, Cuba plunged into a deep economic crisis and then-leader Fidel Castro accused his former communist ally of betrayal.
That bitter experience has not been forgotten in Havana and may contribute to Cuban reluctance to do anything more than business deals with the Russians, said Frank Mora at the National War College in Washington.
"As I've heard dozens of times over the years from Cubans on the island, the 'bolos' (Russians) are not to be trusted," he said.
The Soviet collapse also taught the Cubans the danger of depending on one ally, which dovetails with another Russian goal, said Dan Erikson at Inter-American Dialogue in Washington.
"Russia seeks to reassert itself as a world power, which includes a renewed presence in Latin America, while Cuba wants to diversify its economic partners to reduce its dependence on Venezuela," he said, referring to Cuba's current top ally and trading partner.
Venezuela did $2.7 billion in trade with Cuba last year, compared to just $362 million for Russia.
After Sechin's visit, the Cubans described the Russians' talk with Raul Castro as "cordial and friendly" and said both sides stressed the "reactivation of economic ties."
They did not mention possible military ties but on August 10 Raul Castro issued a declaration supporting Russia in its military clash with Georgia after the former Soviet republic sent troops to try to reclaim the breakaway enclave of South Ossetia.
He accused Georgia of launching its attack "in complicity" with its ally, the United States
Russian Naval ships sail to Venezuela for joint training exercises
Russian warships have set off for Venezuela for joint exercises unprecedented since the Cold War.
The fleet of ships, headed by the nuclear-powered Peter the Great cruiser, set off from its base at Severomorsk in the Arctic.
The ships are due to take part in joint manoeuvres with Venezuela in November.
The move is seen as a rebuff to the United States, which is facing increasingly fraught relationships with the two nations.
Russian Navy spokesman Igor Dygalo said the ships set sail at 1000 local time (0600 GMT), and would travel 15,000 nautical miles to reach their destination.
"It's the nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser Peter the Great, the anti-submarine warship Admiral Chebanenko and other accompanying ships," he told the AFP news agency.
Two Russian bombers arrived in Venezuela last week for training flights.
'New world potential'
Moscow has intensified ties with Venezuela and other Latin American countries recently as its relationship with Washington has become strained.
"It would be wrong to talk about one nation having exclusive rights to [Latin America]
- Russian Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin
Caracas and Moscow have signed arms contracts, and are looking to extend bilateral co-operation on energy.
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin, in Caracas last week, said five Russian oil firms were looking to begin operations in Venezuela.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who will visit Moscow this week, said on Sunday that Latin America needed a strong friendship with Russia to help reduce Washington's influence in the region.
A staunch critic of the US, he backed Russian intervention in Georgia last month and has accused Washington of being scared of Moscow's "new world potential".
Mr Sechin also warned the US not to view Latin America as its own backyard. "It would be wrong to talk about one nation having exclusive rights to this zone," he told the Associated Press.
During the Cold War, Latin America became an ideological battleground between the US and the then USSR.
People won't know until the bombs hit, but its all written, so it is what it is.
comming? here dumb ass! its been goin down for 6000 years!:screwy:
United States vs. It's People
The war has already started. We have just not returned fire...yet.
aye you shadow color black african hebrew face ass nigga i know that shit
peace god what's todays mathmatics face havin...
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