Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas: U.S. Prepares for World War 3, Pt. 2

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 13:32 PM
May 5, 2014

Weiter blutige Gewalt in der OstukraineAnyone for War?  Would you like that Cold or Hot?  Agreeing that Russia is using this semi-invasion to start World War III in Europe, Ukraine’s Acting Prime Minister Yatseniuk dispatched his troops to the eastern third of his country to fight pro-Russia forces. Indeed that War may have already begun.

In ‘Arseny Yatseniuk, Ukraine Prime Minister, Says Russia Wants To Start World War III By Occupying Ukraine,’ Pavel Polityuk and Alastair Macdonald reporting for Reuters write:  “Yatseniuk accused Russia of wanting to start World War Three by occupying Ukraine militarily and politically.

“The world has not yet forgotten World War Two, but Russia already wants to start World War Three. . . Russia’s goal is to wreck the election in Ukraine, remove the pro-Western and pro-Ukrainian government and occupy Ukraine.”

Europeans are particularly shaken by Russian President Putin’s refusal  to honor Geneva agreements to pull Russian forces out of Ukraine and away from its borders. Spiegel’s news staff in ‘How the Ukraine Crisis Is Stoking Fears of War in Europe,’ reveals the continent’s shock and unpreparedness for war––especially in Germany.  Most find the thought of World War III unimaginable.

An ex-soldier, 94-year old German Otto Fausten can’t watch the news any more. Fausten lost a leg in Ukraine during Anti-government protesters carry an injured man on a stretcher in Independence Square in Kievthe war. “Fausten didn’t think he would ever again witness scenes from Ukraine hinting at the potential outbreak of war.”

Spiegel reporters reveal that this week, “Russian long-range bombers entered into Dutch airspace,” as if to signal a larger war.  “Europeans are currently rattled by that very possibility––the frightening chance that a civil war in Ukraine could expand like brushfire into a war between Russia and NATO,” Spiegel says.

“Hopes that Russian President Vladimir Putin would limit his actions to the Crimean peninsula have proved to be illusory––he is now grasping at eastern Ukraine.  Efforts at diplomacy have so far failed and Putin appears to have no fear of the economic losses that Western sanctions could bring. As of last week, the lunacy of a war is no longer inconceivable.”

According to Spiegel, Europeans no longer think of refugees pouring over borders as a problem between Syria and other Middle East nations, but as something very possible in Europe:  “After 20 years in which it was almost unimaginable, it seems like a major war in Europe, with shots potentially being fired between Russia and NATO, is once again a possibility.

“The irony that these developments and this new threat of war comes in 2014––the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War I and the 75th of the start of World War II––has not been lost on anyone.” Memories of those two wars led Europeans to de-emphasize military preparedness, instead––through formation of the European Union––opting for peaceful negotiations and economic growth.

Moreover, western Europe has put little resources into military spending. Putin is aware of these weakness and now takes full advantage of them. Russia and both sides of Europe all claim to be Christian nations, but much of that claim is not more recently based on Biblical knowledge, especially Bible prophecies.

As Christian non-fiction prophecy books foretell, Putin will ultimately struggle with resurgent Holy Roman and Greek Empires, neither of which he will have the power to defeat. Daniel 11: 40 – 44 explains that soon anti-Christ from the revived Grecian Empire––Syria, Egypt, Turkey and Greece––will defeat both Russia and Germany, only to be defeated Himself by the return of Jesus Christ and His army of saints and angels, as seen in Revelation 19:11-15.

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