posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 08:37 AM
The economic crisis is the worst after 1929 or even worse, because today we have a global economy.
Another issue is the unresolved political questions after the end of the Cold War. The Russian English media writes constantly about that. The missile
defense is the latest in a row. The CFE treaty for conventional weapons was abandoned by Russia in 2007 and yesterday, by USA towards Russia (it
includes all European states). Let alone the conflicts around Georgia, Kosovo,...
A new Middle Eastern war may be the last piece that will turn the scales. We already have the warning of Russian general chief of staff Makarov that a
regional conflict near Russian Central Asian borders (understand Iran) may grow to nuclear and worldwide war. The question is how much Russia will
allow before it strikes. And why should it strike in first place?
Seems there is much hidden hi-tech on both (all) sides. The US robotic spacecraft and now hypersonic glider missile are just two pieces of that tech
that surpasses our imagination. What to say about molecular manufactured on nano scale robots - warriors that may be enough in numbers to overwhelm
the Russian missiles on the ground. Russia on the other side revealed the existence of space-based weapon laser called Polyus in 1980s. Buran shuttle
was intended as a nuclear payload (both against the existing treaty for non militarization of space). Despite both projects were abandoned by
Gorbachev, we don't know what is developed in secret meanwhile. We already know that some ICBM have as reentry vehicle a scramjet. How about the
unending secret space crafts called under the code names Cosmos? They use Plesetzk launching pad in the North, different from the civilian Baikonur.
Last year, such "defunct" Kosmos collided with the commercial Iridium. The official version was accidence...can you imagine the vast space much
larger than the entire planet, and two bullets flying with that speed hit each other? Iridium was maneuverable, while Kosmos - not (officially). Later
it was acknowledged that the "defunct communication satellite" weighting 1 ton (1000 kg) was nuclear powered. Defunct for some 10 year service of a
nuclear generator? Or may be a nuclear payload on orbit, against the treaties. Russian general chief of rocket space forces in an interview hours
before the collision said they had alert preparedness to launch missiles in less than 120 seconds...That means they indeed feared the collision could
be a first strike EMP, or feared their own nukes on Cosmos. Because the orbits in space are calculated long before any "accidental collisions".
There are more details that could be considered. One may add the NATO expansion, the Georgian and other regional wars, the US nuclear capable ships in
Black and Baltic sea, the Russian ships and planes going to Venezuela with nuclear payload during Obama election. Do we need to remember the words of
Putin and generals during the Bush last term? They openly warned of preemptive strike.
All that leads to the idea (hope only idea) that indeed WW3 has been prepared for all that time. It is important to realize that WW3 will start in
seconds and end in hours or maximum days, whatever the result. I.e. we will not have some escalation known from pre WW1 and 2, even less exchange of
diplomatic declarations of war in old fascioned honorable way. If we look for escalation, it builds up right now - in the Middle East. The real first
nuclear strike will be surprising.
Another question rises - does someone want that to happen, someone different from the attacker? The attacker is obviously Russia plus China. I do not
imagine the vice versus scenario.
All Russian weapons are offensive or designed for offensive war. US weapons especially the newest shield are defensive. It started to be like that
since Reagan's Star Wars - USA prepared to neutralize the Soviet missiles, while USSR improved the invulnerability and penetration capability of the
missiles. Nothing changed so far, only the weapons are better.
"Que bono?" said the Romans. Who benefits? Will Russia benefit? Certainly not USA if it is the first stricken country. Is there someone behind
scene, as in Terminator's Skynet, who actually will benefit if the 2 (or more) biggest powers on Earth attack each other, especially if Russia is the
first to attack? Could that someone be off-world entity?
Together with 2012 scenarios, WW3 may have a quite narrow window of opportunity. If 2012 is what we are told to be: if there will be continental shift
as we were shown on movies, what does it matter several dozen nuclear bombs, would say an attacker. And the population could be saved for both WW3 and
planetary cataclysms in the underground cities, that seem to exist on both sides.
Could the people be saved WITHOUT WW3??? Why don't the superpowers unite in that to limit the impact of the coming catastrophe? Who is against that,
and is he a human entity? Soon we will have all answers. Hope not too late.