Other Signs: U.S. and Its ‘Enemies’ Getting Ready For WW3 Pt. 3

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 21:23 PM
March 26, 2013

History proves that one seemingly small incident can start a World War.  In WW1, it was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, and his wife.  As the History Channel writes:  “Taking place against a backdrop of escalating tensions in the Balkans, the assassination set off a chain of events that would lead to the start of World War I barely one month later.

“To many people, the Great War––as it was known at the time––seemed to come out of the blue, as the European continent was enjoying a long stretch of unparalleled peace and prosperity. In fact, the seeds of the devastating conflict had been planted long before Princip fired those fatal bullets.”

The world now witnesses similar possibilities.  Just as The Fiscal Times in their article,  “Will the U.S. Spend $100 Billion to Stop a Madman?,” labels North Korean President, Kim John Un, as insane, it could also have been said of Princip.  Yet that man’s insanity led to millions deaths in World War One!

In his latest verbal attacks, Kim John Un offers a more reachable target: that he will bomb U.S. bases in South Korea, other parts of Asia, Hawaii, Guam, etc. Yet, South Korean intelligence sees no armament activity in the North.

But even the U.S. military admits it has not accurately forecasted armament capabilities of China and North Korea:  “ . . . last week, a four-star general and an independent panel alleged the U.S. was less than prescient in predicting the speed of military developments in Asia. It’s not a new concern;

“Defense Secretary Robert Gates notably said in 2011 that the U.S. “underestimated” how fast China would rollout a “stealth” fighter jet, and the chief of naval intelligence at the time said China’s anti-ship missile systems were appearing faster than predicted.”

Thus, according to Kevin Bacon at foreignpolicy.com in ‘North Korea targets U.S. bases; U.S. intel botching Asia? . . .:  Northern Command’s Gen. Chuck Jacoby insists:  “There have been several attempts with TD-2 [North Korea’s Taepodong-2 missile] to put a space vehicle into orbit, The intelligence community was mixed on whether they would be successful.

“And I think that we have to consider that successful and we have to consider it a demonstration of their ability to pursue ICBM technology as reflected in the rollout of the long-range road-mobile missile. And so, from the NORTHCOM perspective now, what that means is we honor that threat.”

Thus, some parts of America’s military interpret the threats of ‘insane’ North Korean leader as both serious and capable. The problem is time. One flip of the switch can unload a nuclear missile.  And spiritual powers on both sides of good and evil battle for control of those switches around the world.

This is why cultural studies war history argues that prayer is urgently important: “ . . . the effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much (James 5: 16).”  Only Almighty God can protect this earth from that switch.

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