Thursday, 6 November 2008

Russian short-range missiles moved to NATO border

As the World continues to celebrate the election of Barak Obama as the new President of the United States the same cannot be said within the walls of Kremlin today where President Medvedev has ordered the immediate stationing of nuclear missiles in Europe to counter an expected first strike by American Forces led by US Coup Forces intent upon keeping power despite their being thrown out of power.

Russian Intelligence Analysts are also reporting that those American Military Forces loyal to President Elect Obama are continuing their ‘furious’ assault upon the international drug empire used to finance the NeoCon backed Bush-CIA intent to topple the established government of the United States and plunging our world into Total War.

Russian Military Analysts further reported that information gained by Venezuela Military Intelligence Officers in their raid on Stanford International Bank, and passed onto Obama forces in the US, led to the immediate resignation of Colombia’s CIA-trained Military Chief, General Mario Montoya, implicated in this vast international drug empire, and the killing of innocent civilians, and to the shootdown yesterday of Mexico’s Interior Minister Juan Camilo MouriƱo’s jet aircraft, and Bolivia’s President Evo Morales ordering all US Drug Officials out of his nation.

The real trouble is that not only the NeoCons in the US act aggressively, but also the Russian bear is willing to use or at least display force.

President Medvedev ordered missiles to be stationed up against NATO’s borders yesterday to counter American plans to build a missile defence shield.

Speaking within hours of Barack Obama’s election, Mr Medvedev announced that Russia would base Iskander missiles in its Baltic exclave of Kaliningrad – the former German city – next to the border with Poland.

He did not say whether the short-range missiles would carry nuclear warheads.

Taking advantage of the world’s attention on the US elections, Mr Medvedev also cancelled plans to withdraw three intercontinental ballistic missile regiments from western Russia by 2010.

In his first state-of-the-nation address, Mr Medvedev said the missiles would be deployed “to neutralise if necessary the antiballistic missile system in Europe”. He added that Russia was also ready to deploy its Navy off Kaliningrad and to install electronic jamming devices to interfere with the US shield, which relies on a radar station in the Czech Republic and ten interceptor missiles in Poland.

Nato’s eastern members greeted the Russian move with dismay.

A Czech Foreign Ministry spokesman described the Kremlin’s move as unfortunate. Lithuania’s President Adamkus accused his Russian counterpart of going back on his word.

But government ministers and parliamentary deputies assembled in the Kremlin applauded Mr Medvedev.

The President failed to congratulate Mr Obama or even to mention him by name during the 85-minute address televised live across Russia.

In a criticism directed at the US, Mr Medvedev said: “Mechanisms must be created to block mistaken, egotistical and sometimes simply dangerous decisions of certain members of the international community.” He accused the West of seeking to encircle Russia and blamed the US for encouraging Georgia’s “barbaric aggression” in the war over South Ossetia in August. He also gave warning that Russia would “not back down in the Caucasus”.

“The August crisis only accelerated the arrival of the crucial moment of truth. We proved, including to those who had been sponsoring the current regime in Georgia, that we are strong enough to defend our citizens and that we can indeed defend our national interests,” Mr Medvedev said.

“What we’ve had to deal with in the last few years – the construction of a global missile defence system, the encirclement of Russia by military blocs, unrestrained Nato enlargement and other gifts...

The impression is we are being tested to the limit.” The outgoing President Bush insists that the missile shield is aimed at rogue states such as Iran, but the plan has infuriated Moscow, which argues that it threatens Russia’s security.

Mr Medvedev said that Russia had been forced to cancel its plans to withdraw the intercontinental ballistic missiles, which have a range of 6,200 miles (10,000 kilometres). He said: “We want to act together. But they, unfortunately, don’t want to listen to us.”

Mr Medvedev blamed the US for the global financial crisis, saying that the rest of the world had been “dragged down with it into recession”. He said that the era of American dominance after the collapse of the Soviet Union was over. “The world cannot be ruled from one capital. Those who do not want to understand this will only create new problems for themselves and others,” he said.

I want to add that I consider these words quite powerful and threatening. While Medvedev is known for playing the strong man, Bible prophecy suggests that he will be willing to actually use his power to make his point.

May God bless his children,


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