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

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 10:12 AM
May 2, 2014

UKRAINE-RUSSIA-CRISIS-POLITICS    In many ways, various moves by American leaders––in addition to public statements and sanctions against Russia for its actions in Ukraine––may indicate the U.S. is preparing for World War III.  This is especially so when one attempts to look beyond veils of news reports, to surmise what leaders know in secret.

For instance, one can easily assume that during his recent travels to Asia, ostensibly for trade negotiations, the President not only warned China about a few disputed islands, but also stealthy advised that nation not to following Russia over the abyss of world war.  Nick Simeone of American Forces Press Service writes in ‘Obama: U.S. Treaty Commitment to Japan is “Absolute”:’

“President Barack Obama, making the first state visit by an American president to Japan in nearly two decades, made clear today the United States would be obligated to come to Japan’s defense in any confrontation with China over islands both nations claim in the East China Sea.” He stressed the same about North Korea’s recent nuclear missile tests.

A few days afterward, U.S. Defense Secretary Hagel also visited Japan for joint meetings with pro-American regional defense officials.  Cheryl Pellerin, also from American Forces Press Service, reports:  “The leaders discussed a range of regional security issues [including] Chinese military activities.”

Before going to Tokyo, Secretary Hagel met with defense ministers of the 10 countries––Burma, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam––in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) because “it represents the collective interests of the region.”

Hagel added:  “When you add to [this] the ASEAN Defense Ministers Meeting-Plus members [which consists of the 10 ASEAN defense ministers and defense ministers from the United States, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, India, New Zealand and Russia] … that’s a significant representation of this part of the world.”  Of course, now, because of Ukraine, Russia would not be in the group.

Just last week Ministers of Defense for the U.S., Canada and Mexico issued a joint statement following the ‘Second Mexico's President Pena Nieto gives a speech during a news conference at the North American Leaders' Summit in TolucaMeeting of North American Defense Ministers’: “Our three countries are closely connected through common geography, strong links between our peoples, and comprehensive trade relations. As such, we share many mutual defense interests.

“Threats to North America and the hemisphere are increasingly complex and require coordinated responses. . . . we remain committed to enhancing our common understanding of those threats and developing effective and efficient approaches needed to address them. . . our countries continue to work together to address the security and defense challenges that our continent faces.”

What could be a threat to North America, beside those countries in South America (i.e. Brazil, Venezuela, etc.) that have allied themselves with Russia? The  next blog will cover the first U.S. troops in Eastern Europe, NATO, more of Russia and China’s significant stakes in Latin America, the Middle East and Africa.

By necessity, in order not to unnecessarily rile the public, political and military leaders often speak in opaque coded language. However, The Commander of First World War angels of The Lord instructs Christians to “be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves (Matthew 10: 16).”

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