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12 Signs That Russia Is Ready To Fight A War Over Crimea

Russian Military VehiclesRussia will never, ever give up Crimea without a fight.  Anyone that thinks otherwise is just being delusional.  The Russian Black Sea fleet's main base at Sevastopol is far too strategically important.  In addition, ethnic Russians make up approximately 60 percent of the population of Crimea, and most of the population is rabidly pro-Russian.  In fact, many prominent Crimean politicians are already calling for reunification with Russia.  So if you have been thinking that Russia is just going to fold up shop and go home now that pro-European protesters have violently seized power in Kiev, you can quit holding your breath.  The truth is that Russia is more than willing to fight a war over Crimea.  And considering the fact that vitally important pipelines that pump natural gas from Russia to the rest of Europe go right through Ukraine, it is not likely that Russia will just willingly hand the rest of Ukraine over to the U.S. and the EU either.  If the U.S. and the EU push too hard in Ukraine, a major regional war may erupt which could ultimately lead to something much larger.

Russia and Ukraine have very deep historical ties.  Most Americans may not think that Ukraine is very important, but the Russians consider Ukraine to be of the utmost strategic importance.

As an American, how would you feel if another nation funded and organized the violent overthrow of the democratically-elected Canadian government and replaced it with a government that was virulently anti-American?

By doing this to Ukraine, the United States and the EU are essentially sticking a pin in Russia's eye.  Needless to say, Russia is extremely angry at this point and they are gearing up for war.

The following are 12 signs that Russia is ready to fight a war over Crimea...

#1 More Russian military vehicles continue to pour into Crimea.  Just check out this video.

#2 Russian military vehicles have been photographed in the main square of Sevastopol.

#3 Russian military jets near the border with Ukraine have been put on combat alert.

#4 Russia has ordered "surprise military exercises" along the Ukrainian border.

#5 In connection with those "exercises", it is being reported that Russia has deployed 150,000 troops along the border with Ukraine.

#6 Russia already has approximately 26,000 troops stationed at their naval base in Sevastopol.

#7 Russian ships carrying additional soldiers have been spotted off the coast of Crimea...

Russia’s large landing ship Nikolai Filchenkov has arrived near the Russia Black Sea Fleet’s base at Sevastopol, which Russia has leased from Ukraine since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.

The ship is reported to be carrying as many as 200 soldiers and has joined four additional ships carrying an unknown amount of Special Forces troops. Flot.com also reported over the weekend that personnel from the 45th Airborne Special Forces unit and additional divisions had been airlifted into Anapa, a city on Russia’s Black Sea coastline.

#8 Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu made the following statement to reporters on Wednesday...

"Measures are taken to guarantee the security of our facilities."

#9 An unidentified Russian official has told the Financial Times that Russia is willing to use military force to protect Crimea...

Moscow earlier revealed that it would be ready to go for war over the Crimea region in order to protect the large population and army installations.

“If Ukraine breaks apart, it will trigger a war. They will lose Crimea first [because] we will go in and protect [it], just as we did in Georgia,” an unidentified Russian official told the Financial Times.

#10 Officials in Sevastopol have "installed" a Russian citizen as mayor of the city.

#11 Approximately 120 pro-Russian gunmen have seized the Crimean parliament building and have raised the Russian flag.

#12 There are rumors that Russian authorities have offered protection to ousted Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych...

Viktor F. Yanukovych, the ousted president of Ukraine, declared on Thursday that he remained the lawful president of the country and appealed to Russia to “secure my personal safety from the actions of extremists.” Russian news agencies reported that he had already arrived in Russia, but officials did not immediately confirm that.

No matter what the "new government" in Kiev says, and no matter how hard the U.S. and the EU push, Russia will never give up Crimea.  The following is what a recent Debka article had to say about the matter...

There is no way that President Vladimir Putin will relinquish Russian control of the Crimean peninsula and its military bases there - or more particularly the big Black Sea naval base at Sevastopol. This military stronghold is the key to Russia’s Middle East policy. If it is imperiled, so too are Russia’s military posture in Syria and its strategic understandings with Iran.

And you know what?

The people of Crimea do not want Russia to leave either.  In fact, they overwhelmingly want Russia to help defend them against the "new government" in Kiev.

As you read this, militia groups are being formed in Crimea to fight back against the "nationalist invasion" that they are anticipating.  Just check out the following excerpt from a recent Time Magazine article...

Many of the people at the rally in Sevastopol were not just ready to believe. They were convinced of the imminent nationalist invasion. What scared them most were the right-wing political parties and militant groups that have played a role in Ukraine’s revolution. “What do you think they’re going to do with all those weapons they seized from police in Kiev? They’re going to come here and make war,” said Sergei Bochenko, who identified himself as the commander of a local militia group in Sevastopol called the Southern Russian Cossack Battalion.

In preparation, he said, his group of several hundred men had armed themselves with assault rifles and begun to train for battle. “There’s not a chance in hell we’re going to accept the rule of that fascist scum running around in Kiev with swastikas,” he said. That may be overstating the case. Nowhere in Ukraine has the uprising involved neo-Nazi groups, and no swastikas have appeared on the revolution’s insignia. But every one of the dozen or so people TIME spoke to in Sevastopol was certain that the revolt was run by fascists, most likely on the payroll of the U.S. State Department.

And just remember what happened back in 2008 in South Ossetia and Abkhazia.  The Russians have already shown that they are not afraid to militarily intervene in order to protect Russian citizens.

So what would the U.S. and the EU do if a war erupts between Russia and Ukraine?

Would they risk a direct military confrontation with Russia in order to help Ukraine?

I am very concerned about where all of this could be heading.

What about you?

What do you think?

Please feel free to share your thoughts by posting a comment below...

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  • pulltheweeds

    we are still at defcon 5

  • David M

    I watched a documentary a few years ago. And basically under President Reagan, we worked with the Saudis to devalue oil to hurt the Soviet economy and war machine. This show had major players that were in the Reagan administration and Arabic Bureaucrats.

    I suspect part of the Ukraine action is to cut off the Oil Dollars that the Russians are getting. And this will weaken them economically.

  • Kent Harris

    The Isaiah 9 prophecy is coming to past. We were told by God 3 times that we would be judged after 9/11. There is one outcome and that we would be attacked and destroyed by our enemies from the east and the west. You have China and Russia who are of the east and the west of this country. The prophecy when you consider Isreal was given about 15 years and then were destroyed by fire. We are fast approaching that point.

    • GSOB

      Do you really believe all of that is in the bible?

  • lilbear68

    looking back its interesting that during the 2008 campaign sarah palin predicted that if O was elected putin would take the Ukraine and crimea. the foreign policy pundits shredded her for this.
    I wonder what they are saying now?

    • Adrian

      Yeah, that’s like the one about given enough time, even a monkey can write Shakespere on a typewriter. Give us a break, please…

      • lilbear68

        well im not a palin supporter by any stretch but maybe you could explain how all the people that are supposed to know this stuff didn’t know W T F they were talking about? hmmmm

        • Adrian

          That’s easy…they never do. The state dept. is staffed with lawyers instead of academics who actually study these issues in detail. Obama knows zilch about foreign policy, and his FP record bears this out. However, Palin knows even less about it, so arguing that she somehow foresaw this years ago is stretching the bounds of credulity. The Ukrainian protests only occurred very recently, which led to the current crisis. She just made wild speculation that happened to bear out.

          • lilbear68

            it still demonstrates that the people on the payroll should have known something about it and didn’t.
            this is not new but it re enforces our acceptance of mediocrity and less as the norm.
            and this isn’t the only instance of how those ‘in the know’ don’t and we take what they say and bank on it

          • Adrian

            It depends on who you’re talking about. Lots of us are in the know and have been following this for a long time. Ppl on the payroll did know and have been trying to foment a coup for months there, just like they did in 2004. It goes back to the citizenry being eternally vigilant if they want to keep their freedoms…seems like we’ve lost that fight long ago.

          • lilbear68

            then why did they say this would definitely NOT happen?
            or was that just a secret ploy to appear stupid and collect a pay check regardless. or were they just bent on trying to destroy palins credibility.
            I repeat im not a palin supporter but I am curious about the advice we seem to be listening to. they are either authorities on the subject and can give reliable information or they don’t know and are just pretending to know something when they dont
            youre dodging,

          • Adrian

            Who said this wouldn’t happen? Who are ‘they’? Specify who you’re referring to first. I’m not following your meaning here.

          • lilbear68

            nice dodge but tell me who are those that are ‘in the know’ as you put it?

          • Adrian

            I’m not dodging anything. Your previous post was extremely unclear and I wanted to have you clarify it before addressing it. Those in the know would be academics (both in universities and in think tanks) and lower level bureaucrats and State Dept. officials. The upper echelon elites are more lawyers who know very little about these events and seek to curry political favor, which is why we see the disconnect between US FP and good policy that you are complaining about.

          • lilbear68

            and so those that are actually ‘in the know’ knew this was a possibility and that palin was correct however far removed timewise and yet none that I can recall ever spoke up. either to defend her or if not to defend her at least to refute those that said this could never happen. I guess this is a case of academic CYA?

          • Adrian

            Who said this could never happen? Anything can happen, esp. when we’re meddling in the Russian sphere of influence/backyard. I’ll have to see what Palin said and when she said it, but I don’t put any stock into anything that woman says. She’s comedic.

          • lilbear68

            well its very easy to find her statements, just like when shes accused of saying she could see Russia from her porch/backyard that she never said. then you could also see the people that excoriated her for saying that this is what putin would do

          • Adrian

            I listened to it. I agree Obama has been horrendous in foreign policy matters. Yet, Palin has no clue, either. She misses the point that it’s not up to the US to meddle in Russia’s backyard. The reason Russia has invaded Crimea is b/c Ukraine is trying to go into the Western camp. If you were Putin, you’d have done the same thing. Palin is clueless, as is Obama.

          • lilbear68

            no argument there about the cluelessness but 1 of the other reasons however minor is that traditionaly the Ukraine is the Russian breadbasket and the crimea by association too

          • Adrian

            One other point: Palin said Obama waffled and was indecisive when Putin invaded Georgia in August, 2008. I’m pretty sure Bush was still president at the time…but it is Sarah Palin we’re talking about, here.

          • Gay Veteran

            LOL

          • lilbear68

            it was during the time that she and senator songbird were campaigning

          • mikeymike61

            yeah so we should only believe Kerry and Obama, what difference does it make?

          • Adrian

            Did I say that? Kerry and Obama are morons. I don’t believe a thing they say and never will.

          • mikeymike61

            I was making a statement…sort of adding to what you posted. However, looks like palin is not so dumb after all, it think its painfully obvious she was more experienced than obobo and is more honest than Kerry (well, anyone is more honest than Kerry, so that is not really a big achievement), watch this obobo get us into yet another war, funny how the dems profess to be peace loving but always get us in to the world wars. Screw Ukraine, let allah sort it out (another pearl of wisom from palin).
            If we get into another war, maybe 2gary2 can be drafted so we wont have to read his absurd posts anymore. He should fit right in, what with the end of don’t ask don’t tell.

          • Adrian

            No, Obama will not get us into a war. We will not fight Russians, as they have nukes. Obama knows nothing about foreign policy. If you seriously think Palin knows something about USFP, then you lost credibility points yourself.

  • Hey You

    This situation is the result of miscalculations by those who are most influential in the USA federal system. This can easily escalate out of hand with the USA middle class taxpayers left to (again) pick-up the pieces.

  • cannuck21

    Crimea river

    • michaelbme

      Very clever. LOL

  • Olka Molka

    Thank you!! This is one of the best articles written so far on Crimea, Ukraine! Thank you for your honesty!
    Respect from Ukraine & Russia!

    • Orange Jean

      Olka,
      I appreciate hearing this from someone who is there, getting the news “straight from the horse’s mouth” as we say. Unfortunately the media in the US has become mostly BS… and it is getting harder and harder to find out the truth.

      Not a good situation… and if (as it sounds from your post) you are in the thick of it, here’s to hoping you and your family somehow manage to stay safe. I cannot imagine how terrifying it must be to be there.

      • Olka Molka

        Thank you so much!!!
        Unfortunately, there is a deeper war going on in Ukraine and the MSM specifically covers this up!!
        If you do have any questions, let me know, I will gladly answer all of them!
        And good luck to you and your family as well! It’s refreshingly positive to find intelligent & understanding people!

  • chilller

    The west are masters when it comes to setting others up for a fight. Using intimidation, manipulation and provocation are the three tools they use to create chaos…then attempt to ride in like the cavalry to save the day…the day they themselves created…all the while making someone else look like the bad guy.
    Yep, we’re the bad guys all right. And until we do something to stop it, we the American people are just as responsible for their miscreant ways as they are…

    • Libsare Ajoke

      are you an effeminate euro or a drunk Bolshevik?

    • Arius1071

      Chiller, I agree with you. The US and EU have suckered the Ukrainians to start a slav on slav fight, and the West was more than willing to use fascist elements in West Ukraine to accomplish it, like they did in Yugoslavia in the 1990s.

  • GSOB

    I went to Kiev six times.
    Met my spouse there.
    Been married to the most beautiful Ukrainian for ten years.

    She’s got a Nephew over there and we get the inside scoop.

    In the Ukraine there are still some very beautiful ladies to be courted and now – rescued….guys…

    • garand555

      IMO, with what is going to happen here, that would be like jumping out of the frying pan and into the fire.

    • Bernie

      To be courted over here…and then find someone else after they receive their green card. The mail order bride industry is booming. I am not saying that these marriages are doomed for disaster. The truth of the matter is that the majority of men that go over there come back empty handed. Of course, the men that get suckered into these romance tours are pretty much “out of the game” to begin with. Desperation is a strange animal.

    • mikeymike61

      pos sum piktures!

      • GSOB

        Of what?

        • mikeymike61

          dat ucraniam wimmen

          • WaylonII

            Email?????

          • mikeymike61

            hey you got my email response, right?

          • WaylonII

            No….Never got one…

          • WaylonII

            When was it sent?

          • mikeymike61

            back on the 27th,
            kentuck right?
            I sent again, look and see if your spam filter may have caught it.
            thx

          • WaylonII

            No, nothing there…
            Did you ‘Reply’ to my message or did you send a New message? I have nothing…. Sorry.

          • mikeymike61

            I replied and shot another one today

          • WaylonII

            Great! always fun to shoot another hog!
            I did not get any mail…are you sure the address is correct?

  • Richard Martin

    I’m not real concerned about war. President Obama showed us his wishy-washy side in his dealings with Libya. He continued with the same policy with Syria, Iran and North Korea. The Russians know that President Obama isn’t going to war with anybody. The United States has become a toothless old tiger under the current administration. A lot of roar and not much else.

    • Mike

      He should do like Reagan did with Afghanistan and send over 3 billion in aid, training and weapons. It’ll be years before they eventually become the next Taliban, so idiots will continue to blame the current sitting President. Problem solved.

  • 2Gary2

    in
    America it is the ultra-wealthy and their legislative arm the
    Republican Party taking everything from America and its people. Now, it
    is glaringly obvious that there are no limits to what Republicans will
    take from the people including food, jobs, wages, healthcare, pensions,
    housing, and their lives simply because they can and to satisfy the
    greed of the wealthy and their corporations.

    This is why conservatives are immoral and deserve my scorn.

    • garand555

      BLUE TEAM! BLUE TEAM! RAH RAH RAH! LET’S GOOOOOOOO BLUE TEAM!

      Has it ever occurred to you that there is continuity of policy from Republicans to Democrats, and you are just a useful idiot?

      • Arius1071

        You see the continuity of policy that is the dirty little secret that most Americans are ignorant of. Behind closed doors the two parties are drinking and business buddies.

      • FirstGarden

        “Useful Idiot” -
        Wasn’t that a term coined by Joseph Stalin?

      • Libsare Ajoke

        he’s not even useful

    • Libsare Ajoke

      so obama doubled the deficit to help the middle class?

    • mikeymike61

      hey gary, your ebt card is running low

      • 2Gary2

        hey dawg-get back to work. You need to be taxed so I can have my EBT card reloaded.

  • Mondobeyondo

    Looks like Russia and Ukraine couldn’t wait until July 4th to start setting off the fireworks.

    Will there be war? Let’s hope not. But it’s getting close. Putin is not about to back down. Obama? Yeah, he’ll back down.

  • El Pollo de Oro

    This is too funny:

    Help Barack “Goldman Sachs” Obama Kickstart World War III:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-sdO6pwVHQ#t=93

  • Dewey Olsen

    Isaiah’s Antichrist—The King of Assyria/Babylon
    by Avraham Gileadi Ph.D.

    Isaiah’s version of an End-Time Antichrist is the king of Assyria/Babylon, whom Isaiah portrays as a composite of types. That is, he combines several types or precedents of ancient tyrannical rulers to project a single End-Time one—a consummate archtyrant. Setting a precedent for world conquerors from the North were the kings of Assyria (Isaiah 10:5–14; 37:18, 21–27). To that type, Isaiah adds the king of Babylon, who is also a world conqueror from the North, but who styles himself as a demi-god and exemplifies Babylon’s idolatrous ideology (Isaiah 14:3–21; 47:1–8). In the end, however, because of the loyalty of God’s people, the archtyrant is put down.

    Thus, Isaiah predicts: “But when my Lord has fully accomplished his work in Mount Zion and in Jerusalem, he will punish the king of Assyria for his notorious boasting and infamous conceit, because he said, ‘I have done it by my own ability and shrewdness, for I am ingenious. I have done away with the borders of nations, I have ravaged their reserves, I have vastly reduced the inhabitants. I have impounded the wealth of peoples like a nest, and I have gathered up the whole world as one gathers abandoned eggs; not one flapped its wings, or opened its mouth to utter a peep’” (Isaiah 10:12–14); “How the tyrant has met his end and tyranny ceased!” (Isaiah 14:4).

    End-Time “Assyria”—A Militaristic Alliance
    by Avraham Gileadi Ph.D.

    Featuring prominently in the book of Isaiah is a militaristic superpower that seeks to conquer the world. Indeed, God commissions its king figure—an End-Time archtyrant—to punish God’s people when they turn to evil and apostatize: “Hail the Assyrian, the rod of my anger! He is a staff—my wrath in their hand. I will commission him against a godless nation, appoint him over the people [deserving] of my vengeance, to pillage for plunder, to spoliate for spoil, to tread underfoot like mud in the streets. Nevertheless, it shall not seem so to him; this shall not be what he has in mind. His purpose shall be to annihilate and to exterminate nations not a few” (Isaiah 10:5–7).

    Following the pattern of ancient Assyria, this ruthless world power and its alliance of nations will commit genocide on a world scale: “Hark! A tumult on the mountains, as of a vast multitude. Hark! An uproar among kingdoms, as of nations assembling: Jehovah of Hosts is marshaling an army for war. They come from a distant land beyond the horizon—Jehovah and the instruments of his wrath—to cause destruction throughout the earth. Lament, for the Day of Jehovah is near; it shall come as a violent blow from the Almighty” (Isaiah 13:4–6). Although all nations in their wicked state suffer destruction, it is the apostasy of God’s covenant people that is the catalyst.

    2. 8. 2012

    A Pattern of World Conquerors from the North
    by Avraham Gileadi Ph.D.

    The Assyrians and Babylonians who conquered the ancient world both came “from the North” in relation to Israel when God’s people turned to wickedness. Those events established a pattern that would repeat itself prior to Jehovah’s coming to institute the earth’s millennium of peace. This time, however, it would not be the ten-tribed kingdom of Israel or the people of Judah in ancient Judea who would suffer invasion and destruction by a world power but God’s people who turn to wickedness in the modern age. This time, too, it would be an End-Time world power “from the North” that would overrun the world, following the pattern of those former events.

    When God’s End-Time people reach the same level of wickedness that ancient Israel did, God will respond as did before: “Hail the Assyrian, the rod of my anger! He is a staff—my wrath in their hand. I will commission him against a godless nation, appoint him over the people [deserving] of my vengeance, to pillage for plunder, to spoliate for spoil, to tread underfoot like mud in the streets. Nevertheless, it shall not seem so to him; this shall not be what he has in mind. His purpose shall be to annihilate and to exterminate nations not a few” (Isaiah 10:5–7). “From the North shall come [pillars of] smoke, and no place he has designated shall evade it” (Isaiah 14:31).

    6. 8. 2011

    • goldminer

      Yes a wicked god indeed. One of wrath, jealousy, revenge and destruction.
      My god is none of these.
      He knows not anger and wrath. Because he knows only peace and love. That is who he is.
      He knows no jealousy. He is the supreme being. There is no being for him to be jealous of.
      He knows not revenge because he forgives.
      He knows not destruction because he is the creator and giver of life to all things.
      Your god is very different than my god.

      • Dewey Olsen

        we all have our god of our own understanding.

        Goldminer your loving god, just lets these things happen to good and bad people.

        You did not mention that you believe in a saving god… one who can save you from evil army’s and nations. May you avoid destruction and be happy with your love ones.

        Isaiah explains how that will happen in our day. Christ often quoted him, instead of using his own words.

        The Struggle within America—Isaiah Saw It All!
        by Avraham Gileadi Ph.D.

        Many regard Isaiah’s prophecy as a sealed book. Who does it address, only people in the past? A key to this mystery exists in the linear and synchronous structures that govern the book of Isaiah. These enable us to read it as a prophecy about the past but also as a prediction of the future. The book of Isaiah, in other words, serves a twofold purpose. Without taking anything away from what happened in the past, it uses the past as an allegory of the future. In that case, persons and nations of Isaiah’s day typify ones who perform similar roles at the end of the world. The names of past persons and nations function as codenames for their endtime counterparts.

        The importance of understanding Isaiah’s message increases daily as world events line up like planets for the fulfillment of his prophecy. Under the codename “Egypt ”—the great superpower of Isaiah’s day—America is predicted to suffer spiritual decline, political ineptitude, economic collapse, internal anarchy, and invasion by a foreign military world power from the North—a latter-day “Assyria.” On the other hand, a community of covenanters in “Egypt” will turn back to Jehovah, who will send them a savior and deliver them. In the end, at the commencement of the millennial age, America will again become “my people”—a covenant people of God (Isaiah 19).

        The “Day of Jehovah”—God’s Day of Judgment
        by Avraham Gileadi Ph.D.

        Whether they live before or after Israel’s exile from the Promised Land, the Hebrew prophets predict a great future “Day of Jehovah” or “Day of the Lord” upon all nations (Isaiah 13:6, 9; Jeremiah 46:10; Ezekiel 30:3; Joel 2:1, 11, 31; Amos 5:18, 20; Obadiah 1:15; Zephaniah 1:7, 14, 18; Zechariah 14:1; Malachi 4:1, 5). This Day of Judgment upon a wicked world will come “as a violent blow from the Almighty,” “as a cruel outburst of anger and wrath to make the earth a desolation, that sinners may be annihilated from it” (Isaiah 13:6, 9). Precedents from the past—such as Assyria’s world conquest in Isaiah’s day—typify this great and dreadful endtime event.

        John’s vision of “the Lord’s day” or “Day of the Lord” (Revelation 1:10) depicts the same event. Whereas Isaiah encoded his endtime vision in the historical events of his day, John encodes it in imagery. When you match up the characters, you nevertheless see that both describe the same endtime scenario. The “great whore” that “corrupts the earth with her fornication” (Revelation 19:2) is the harlot Babylon who rules as “Mistress of Kingdoms” (Isaiah 47:5–8). The woman who flees into the wilderness for three and a half years (Revelation 12:6) is the Virgin Daughter of Zion who flees destruction in an exodus out of Babylon (Isaiah 52:1, 11–12). And so forth.

        • GSOB

          The Psalms are quoted most in the New Testament.

          You seem to elevate Isaiah artificially though, just when it comes to the Revelation

          Revelation was written while the Christians were oppressed by the Romans and before AD 70,…… the prophets Isaiah, Ezekiel and Daniel wrote while the Jews where under Babylonian domination.

          What remains for us is the Gospel of God, Christ coming, the final resurrection and the final judgement.

          No codes needed.

          Faith, Hope and Love….

          • Dewey Olsen

            gsob Your are correct Isaiah is 2nd.

            Psalms (68 times)
            Isaiah (55)
            Deuteronomy (44)
            Genesis (35)
            Exodus (31)
            Leviticus (13)
            Proverbs (8)
            Zechariah (7)
            Jeremiah (5)
            Hosea (5)

            The reason Isaiah is important, is it is a blue print of America, and Russia.

            The book of Isaiah—Blueprint of Our Time
            by Avraham Gileadi Ph.D.

            What sets the book of Isaiah apart from all other prophetic writings is its all-inclusiveness in depicting an End-Time scenario. More complete in its portrayal of that time than even apocalyptic writings such as Daniel and Revelation, it spells out a great confluence of events to which humanity may look forward. Using Israel’s ancient history as an allegory of the end of the world, it predicts the future by drawing on events of the past. Only a prophet–poet with extraordinary literary skills could have predicted “the end” based on the world’s beginnings (Isaiah 46:10). Only a visionary who saw both time periods could have crafted such a prophetic masterpiece.

            While the book of Isaiah’s apocalyptic message accords with Jewish tradition, and while literary structures provide proof of its twofold applicability—Isaiah’s day and the end of the world—it still requires a leap of faith to believe that this is indeed a handbook for our time. For one thing, it may mean discarding much or all of what we have been taught. Isaiah foresees this confusion when he speaks of the deaf “hearing” and the blind “seeing” the words of his book. Only then will “they who erred in spirit gain understanding and they who murmured accept instruction” (Isaiah 29:18, 24). Fortunately, not all of God’s people fall in that category (Isaiah 66:2, 5).

  • Tudor

    “..Russia will never, ever give up Crimea without a fight. ”
    ……………………………………………………………..
    Crimea is part of Ukraine, Russia does not have it. Russia rents a space for military base in Sevastopol. The question is rather if Russia will occupy Crimea or not?

    • Colin

      The Russian people have attempted to annex the Crimean Peninsula twice in the past two centuries. The latter of these two attempts was more successful, with the Soviet Union holding onto the Peninsula until the dissolution of the Union in 1991 and Ukraine becoming a separate country. The Crimean Peninsula is critical to Russia, for it has one of two ports that aren’t near the Arctic. (The other is in Syria.)

      Putin wants to resurrect the Russian empire. If his forces do invade Ukraine, I would not be surprised.

      • Gay Veteran

        the only empire on this planet is the American one

  • drewlips

    People in general have somehow forgotten the USA’s covert arm of international destabilization and subversion the CIA, which had a budget of 14.7 billion dollars last year 2013. Nuland stated that the USA has destabilized the Ukraine to the tune of $5 billion over the last few years. The CIA loves to play around in this kinds of sandbox. It is is only one section of the USA’s overall intelligence budget – (inflation-adjusted US$ 39.1 billion in 2014) – Wikipedia.

  • Lucky Jack

    A natural consequence is for Ukraine to shut off water and power to Crimea.

  • Colin

    I am leery of what our intelligence services ability to read a situation accurately. Far too many times, they have either missed what was happening or misread the situation. On many occassions, people have died who didn’t need to die.

  • Trailer Park Investor

    off topic:
    A couple years ago I bought a dosimeter (to measure radiation). When I bought it, it was between 65 and 70 mrd
    Over the last year and a half I have been watching it slowely climb NON STOP and now it reads just over 200 mrd That is Mili-rads) So my question is where will it stop? 1 rad, 2 rads, 3 rads or more.
    Forget war the winners STILL LOSE.

    • goldminer

      Its called Fukushima dude! The gourd of ashes is being poured out on the USA.
      Lets just hope we don’t start growing mushrooms.

  • 2Gary2

    Research
    by the University of Illinois and UC Berkeley documents that taxpayers
    pay about $243 billion each year in indirect subsidies to the fast food
    industry because they pay wages so low that taxpayers must put up $243
    billion to pay for public benefits for their workers.

    Make the capitalist pig fast food MF pay.

    • FirstGarden

      In fast food terms, that’s a real Whopper.

      • mikeymike61

        don’t mention the word “wopper” you will get 2gary2 excited.

    • Libsare Ajoke

      capitalist pig, like al gore?

      • FirstGarden

        Al Gore wasn’t all that bad..
        he just got on the wrong Al-gorithm.

  • http://brandontward.blogspot.com/ Brandon @ WEB

    It appears Russia is moving in already. The West seems to be very upset by this. This week should be extremely telling. It looks like that ol Bear is rising. They are one of the elements of Revelation 13.

  • El Pollo de Oro

    I don’t blame Signore Celente for avoiding the Obamabots at MSNBC (also known as ONN, the Obama News Network) and neocon clowns like Hannity at Fox. Hannity isn’t even worth spitting on.

  • hvaiallverden

    hrmf
    Ladys and Gentlemen, lett us recap a litle.

    In the latest decade the new american millenium is in full trotle, and we all know it, and in the last years, the uSSa/Israel have made wars in land after land, we all know the story.
    Snipers everywhere.
    And stil you dont gett it.

    I have sayed a lott about Putin, no doubth about that, but its at the same level as I hammer my own moronic political broilers that lacks even fondamental knowledge about everything.
    But the “hasbaratnjiks” atemts to make Russia, to be an agressor isnt something I agree upon, at all.
    And during this years people forgett that Putin, inherented a ruin, and have managed to rise Russia economicaly to an posittion the uSSa isnt nowhere ear at all, infact Russia runns on surplus, morons.
    And compared with the uSSas bloody path, nobody is even close to the mindboggeling amount of death and destructions, all the last wars, in the last centurys is orcestrated and finnacied by the uSSa, and in the reasent decades, Zinonists/Comunism/Atheism and alone slaughtered hundreds of millions people, and to day on topp of it all the lunatic binn, Israel

    And stil, some babbles about Russia.
    huh
    Either are you totaly ignorant and wrapped in with total arogance on behalf of the f… fatcs, or you are payed provos draggen into the arena by the latest uSSa wars, and in the latest days the infor war have been ramped up, I notise that easely, the level of bollocs in unusual high.
    And when Americans talk about Ukraina, they dont even know where it is, do you.

    This time, by the way, I cant see what Putin is doing wrong, when the Ukraina was cuped by foreign forces and that have instaled their puppets, and now ravages the streets and is violent and treators in every term avaiable, and with the legitimate head of state in hideout, what is then wrong in this picture, americans enlighten us infidels and gentiles.
    Any attac on Mother Russia is an attac on My grandmothers land, boy.
    I dont like that at all.

    peace

  • Gay Veteran

    hey Einstein, you think heterosexuals don’t engage in sodomy?

  • http://www.RestlessBoomers.com/ Restless Boomers

    Not to worry. Our buffoon John Kerry is headed to Kiev to set things right.

  • Gay Veteran

    hey junior, your posts have been like a monkey tossing his feces at his betters

  • Gay Veteran

    “…At some point, they both must be purged….”

    spoken like a true fascist

  • Gay Veteran

    personal issues? you project much?

  • Gay Veteran

    the corporate media blackballed him after 9/11 when he didn’t toe the party line on Afghanistan and Iraq.

    • Zoltar

      Ya sure. Like they blackballed Cindy Sheehan.

      Nice rationalization with no evidence. Count yourself as a groupie.

      • Gay Veteran

        man you are dense, talking about things you don’t have a clue about.
        “think for yourself”
        that’s a good motto

        • Zoltar

          So Cindy Sheehan didn’t get a podium by the media?

          And you have evidence that Celente was blackballed?

          Let’s see all this evidence you got, blowhard.

          • Gay Veteran

            wth does Sheehan to do with Celente???
            have you ever checked out Celente’s website???

          • Zoltar

            Where do you think I listened and watched most of the 50 some interviews?

            Sheehan had the same as Celente, and was made a celebrity. Therefore your thesis is faulty.

            Plus, you have no evidence he was blackballed.

          • Gay Veteran

            what is your f-ing problem?
            the media made Sheehan, they tried to ruin Celente

          • Zoltar

            Where is the evidence they tried to ruin Celente?

            You say a lot of stuff, but never back it up.

            Why won’t Celente go on a show where his views will challenged?

            You have no idea, do you?

            I have some ideas.

          • Gay Veteran

            yeah, he should go on the talk shows and be grilled by the pressitutes.
            odd, you have YET to say how you disagree with what Celente says, just BS about where he appears

          • Zoltar

            Why can’t he? If he is so sure of himself and has the facts on his side, he should be able to wipe the floor with the Presstitutes.

            You’re as trusting as an Obama worshipper.

          • Gay Veteran

            says the troll who refuses to name ONE thing he disagrees with Celente

          • Zoltar

            You’re obviously too dense to perceive anything. I can make a calculated guess, based on all my viewings of Celente that he is saying that Obama and the other Psychopaths want a war. Which is how this conversation started out, didn’t it? Remember Carnack?

            The U.S. will not even come close to a war over Ukraine. Obama won’t do diddly squat. He wants to emasculate the U.S. military, not get into a war where he has to increase troop levels.

          • Gay Veteran

            emasculate the military? ROFLOL.
            you’re obviously too dense to understand that the bloated Pentagon budget won’t be significantly cut

          • Zoltar

            I don’t have problem cutting the fat. I have a problem cutting troop levels and readiness.

            You’re too dense to understand the difference.

            We;ll get a major war on our hands doing stupid stuff like that.

          • Gay Veteran

            and who the hell is going to invade America? Iran?
            smaller military means fewer imperial adventures

          • Zoltar

            Was America invaded during WWII? (if you don’t count the Aleutians)

            Please. You’re beclowning yourself. You just don’t know much.

            P.S. How about that RT anchor resigning on air? You know. RT. The Russian Propaganda Network Gerald Celente loves to appear on and never say anything bad about Russia. He only mentions psychopaths in the U.S. and the West. Never Russia.

            I wonder why?

          • Gay Veteran

            you’re full of BS, Celente has as much love for Putin as he does for Obama.

            and you really need to get a clue about the U.S. corporate media:

            “…Glenn Greenwald points out the independence that RT, a Russian media organization, permits Abby Martin who denounced Russia’s alleged invasion of Ukraine, compared to the fates of Phil Donahue (MSNBC) and Peter Arnett (NBC), both of whom were fired for expressing opposition to the Bush regime’s illegal attack on Iraq. The fact that Donahue had NBC’s highest rated program did not give him journalistic independence. Anyone who speaks the truth in the American print or TV media or on NPR is immediately fired….”

          • Gay Veteran

            maybe if we had a smaller military then we wouldn’t have waged a war of aggression against Iraq

  • Gay Veteran

    Malcolm gets spanked yet again.

    • Malcolm Reynolds

      Only in your perverted mind. Back here in reality, not so much, sword swallower.

      • Gay Veteran

        yep, little Malcolm got spanked good.
        just like he tried to prove I was a liar, FAIL

  • mikeymike61

    Obama needs to get dennis rodman over there ASAP,
    wadda ya think 2gary2?

  • Hiroshi Yamamoto

    Washington administration is “threatening” Russia with, mostly, economic sanctions. Not even a word about any military action. So Russia will invade Ukraine. If Russia succeed, next will be Baltic states( Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia) and even Poland. World War 3 begins…

  • jimmyrage

    Obama wears Putin pajama’s.

  • jimmyrage

    Duck and cover!

  • CallingBatman

    Seems like step one would be for a lot of the commenters to do a little historical research on the relationship of Crimea to Russia/USSR and the history of Ukraine. Just sayin’

  • INDIGENOUS

    you white illegal turds in north America are going to DiE!, get off our soil!

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