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September 26, 2021

The Flashpoints To Trigger WWIII Identified, Signal It Is Right On Our Doorsteps: After 'Declaring War' Upon Americans, Elite Prep For A 'Nuclear Winter Of Apocalyptic Proportions' 



By Alan Barton -
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AUKUS Alliance; the Australia, United Kingdom and the United States.  It also includes India in many versions of the story, but not usually mentioned in most.  Why does it even matter?  Why is it important?

A bit of background makes it an easier question to try to answer as is usually the case.  Five years ago, the UK journal The Sun claimed that WWIII is closer to us that at any time in sixty years.  “Russia and China, both of which are pumping vast amounts of money into their militaries, could soon rival the US in terms of power and prestige…..All three nations want to remain a global superpower - if not the only one - and are preparing for war….experts have identified several flashpoints across the globe which are today the most likely triggers for such a war.   Among those flashpoints are Syria, NATO weakened by Brexit, the South China Sea, the Baltic States and Russia, the Pakistan/India (both nuclear powers) troubles and others.  Not even a year ago we thought we had the problem in North Korea contained, but the screw-ups in D.C. have botched that with Dictator Kim announcing his nuclear programs are back online and recently test firing new rail mounted mid range missiles over Japan.  “Anonymous” published a video warning the world to prepare for WWIII as told in the story from the New York Post that included the “Anonymous” YouTube video, and said “All the signs of a looming war on the Korean peninsula are surfacing” and noted that the Minuteman III missile test that President Trump fired was specifically to force Kim to stand down.


Map showing possible ignition points for WWIII



Two and a half years ago the
American Media Group stated thatThe Whole World is Training and Preparing For a ‘Mega War’-Russian and Chinese Elites are Preparing For a Nuclear Apocalypse or a Natural Disaster” and added that “World WarIII will likely be a Nuclear war, involving nuclear warfare, nuclear warheads being launched with launch codes and nuclear bombs being detonated all over the world causing a nuclear winter of apocalyptic proportions”  with a mention that the worlds super elites are PREPPING for just an occurrence.   

Some even claim that WWIII has already started with the C19 and the associated Kill Shot, but with that scenario comes the fact that it is the Illuminati monkeys, aka the NWO, via the USA and the NIH, WHO, etc. that has launched it. 




“World War III Has Already Begun” is the way Military.com phrased it, but they missed a lot of truth and preached the “official” farcical version in their story.

Last February Russian media had stories Putin threatened that Moscow would vaporize US cities with their new hypersonic missiles and nuclear warheads.  But as Business Insider said “With most everything from the Russia or its heavily censored media, it's best to take its claims with a grain of salt. Instead of taking Russia's word for it when it comes to nuclear targets…. while large population centers with huge cultural impact may seem like obvious choices, a smarter nuclear attack would focus on countering the enemy's nuclear forces”   That is just plain old common sense.

 

Map of likely military targets in the U.S.



Last February the New York Post told the story of a US admiral that warned of a real possibility of nuclear war with Russia and China.  “Adm. Charles Richard warned that Moscow and Beijing have “begun to aggressively challenge international norms” in “ways not seen since the height of the Cold War.”

There is a real possibility that a regional crisis with Russia or China could escalate quickly to a conflict involving nuclear weapons, if they perceived a conventional loss would threaten the regime or state,” he wrote in the February issue of Proceedings, the US Naval Institute’s monthly magazine.

“Consequently, the U.S. military must shift its principal assumption from ‘nuclear employment is not possible’ to ‘nuclear employment is a very real possibility,’ and act to meet and deter that reality.” 

Just this past April, the radical leftist rag Dissident Voice (they themselves claim they are “a radical newsletter in the struggle for peace and social justice”) said “US President Joe Biden’s Shameful Push for War with China and Russia. Ignoring History, Denying Reality” and I agree with that statement.  An interesting story, but I am not sure how much of it I agree with, but they do bring out some very valid points.  They also talk of a book, the new “hot” war  novel 2034 co-authored by Admiral James Stavridis (USN, Ret.) and Elliot Ackerman (US combat veteran) depicts a future war between the US and China” that I would like to read.  There is a movie on it, and here is the Preview clip - https://vimeo.com/287233262

But we are not just sitting on our butts eating Cheetos.  For years, the U.S. Air Force concentrated its warplanes at just two bases in the western Pacific: for fighters, Kadena Air Force Base in Japan’s Okinawa prefecture; and for bombers and big support planes, Guam’s Andersen Air Force Base…. After years of build-up, the Chinese rocket force possesses around 1,300 ground-launched missiles with sufficient range to hit Kadena and Andersen from mainland China.

The USAF is keenly aware of the threat. It has its own plan for dodging the missile barrages. The idea is to spread out hundreds of warplanes across potentially dozens of smaller bases—thus diluting the striking power of China’s rocket force”   Forbes said in a June 7 article this year, fanning out across the Pacific.  But we are not alone; we have Japan, Taiwan, the Philippines, Australia, South Korea, India and more theoretically on our side, and China knows it.  And that was just the Air Force; we also have Marine and Navy battle units all over that arena to answer any immediate threat.  The war games have shown the US losing in every game played, but that does not mean we would not have inflicted terminal pain on China and North Korea first.  China has only one aircraft carrier that has proven itself to be very troublesome and a new one nearing completion, a lot of new battle ships but NOT equal to ours, mostly diesel submarines and most of them are old and worn with only 4 nuclear ballistic missile subs, new UNTESTED in combat aircraft including stealth, and so on.  We are for the present time superior, but they are gaining fast.  Knocking out the US power grid first is one of the major points they have to equalizing the fighting spirits and forces, but we would be doing the same to them.  The far superior sub launched nuke force is our major advantage even though it has been severely weakened by the lack of continual updates and testing of new systems and nukes.

The New York Times put it this way, “China is swelling into a military superpower. India, Vietnam and Singapore are spending more on defense. Japan is leaning to do the same. Now Australia, backed by the United States and Britain, has catapulted the military contest with Beijing in Asia into a tense new phase.

Their deal last week to equip Australia with stealthy, long-range nuclear-powered submarines better able to take on the Chinese navy could accelerate an Asian arms buildup long before the submarines enter service.”   

Although the new subs won’t hit the water for at least a decade, it is very worrisome to the Chinese and those weapons they will carry even more so.  The recent agreement with Australia did a lot more than just peeve the French; it is a direct slap in the face of the Chinese and directly affects their view as to how they are going to survive in the coming years without taking out their worst enemy, the USA.  That announcement alone has brought us closer to war with the Chinese than even their rambunctious territorial claims and posturing in the South China Sea and the very serious claims and even more serious threats that they will invade Taiwan.  We have insisted that the new subs will be nuke powered but not nuke armed (I find this point debatable).  If you were China, would you believe that nonsense?  In the first paragraph, I mentioned the AUKUS Alliance, and he UK is a large part of this situation.  AUKUS is to them like the Soviet Union and its friends nearby are to Europe and NATO and visa versa.  Australia’s threat perception has developed since 2016. China’s intervention in Australia’s internal affairs through economic coercion, election interference, academic corruption, and other actions led to a reexamination of needed capabilities. Darwin in Northern Australia, and Guam are roughly the same distance from the South China Sea. Unlike Guam, Australia looks north at several straits that must be navigated by merchant and naval ships seeking access to the South China Sea and the Philippine Sea. The underwater speed, endurance, and stealthy capabilities of nuclear submarines provide obvious advantages for sea control and interdictionis how 19fortyfive put it.  “China’s predictable complaints follow the expected pattern. Cold-War mentality, threats to peace and stability, arms race, and damage to non-proliferation are rolled out again.  No mention is made of China’s extraordinary military buildup, its extensive territorial claims, the militarization of artificial features in the South China Sea, the challenges to Japanese and Taiwanese air and sea space, the intimidation of other nation’s lawful maritime activities in the South China Sea, or the violation of the international treaty on Hong Kong autonomy. China is very likely to react in some way to regain a perception of dominance. We must be prepared.”

Politico said recently that “President Joe Biden just announced a new working group with Britain and Australia to share advanced technologies — including the acquisition of nuclear-powered submarines — in a thinly veiled bid to counter China…. There’s nothing explicitly about China in the three-way deal, but two U.S. officials noted that the subtext of the announcement is that this is another move by Western allies to push back on China’s rise in the military and technology arenas.



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Geo Politics put it this way, “in its growing confrontation with China, a ruthless Washington has demonstrated that what matters to it now is not Europe, but the Indo-Pacific region. This is where the new Cold War is to be fought…. This news is unsettling for Beijing and intensifies the existing arms race in the Pacific region, where tensions are already bubbling. Partially motivated by Scott Morrison’s election pledge and his thirst to double down on disputes with China for his own political gain, it also arguably pushes Australia’s relationship with China to the brink of no-return, which may have immense consequences….  it obvious that the primary instrument of taking on Beijing will be Australia, Japan and India as part of the so-called “Quad” (which is to meet soon), and the United Kingdom”.  While at the same time sabotaging Europe via France and letting NATO wither.   What the hell is little Joey and the NWO illuminati really up to with this betrayal of France and Europe (except England)?

Since June, Biden has infuriated America's oldest ally, France, left Poland and Ukraine questioning the U.S. commitment to their security and upset the European Union more broadly with unilateral decisions ranging from Afghanistan to east Asia. And, while Europe cheered when Biden pledged to return to nuclear negotiations with Iran and revive Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, both efforts remain stalled nine months into his administration.

The seeds of discontent may have been sown in the spring but they began to bloom in July over Biden's acquiescence to a Russia-to-Germany gas pipeline that will bypass Poland and Ukraine, and a month later in August with the chaotic U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan that left Europe scrambling to keep up after it had expressed reservations about the pullout.

Then just this week, Biden enraged France and the European Union with his announcement that the U.S. would join post-Brexit Britain and Australia in a new Indo-Pacific security initiative aimed at countering China's increasing aggressiveness in the region.

Unsurprisingly, China reacted angrily, accusing the U.S. and its English-speaking partners of embarking on a project that will destabilize the Pacific to the detriment of global security. But, the reactions from Paris and Brussels were equally severe. Both complained they were not only excluded from the deal but not consulted on itJapan Today said of it, showing the total lack of competence by our infesting Biden regime.   This, it seems, is the USA (read as Biden and the Illuminati) dumping NATO and going for the Indo-Pacific Theater as our new playground of choice; let the Russians and Euro’s play their own game.  This WILL backfire and the ensuing fights will destroy us as a nation, which is the primary purpose of it all, or so it seems.






Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists – yeh, those same guys who put up the Doomsday Clock – said Australia has no civilian nuclear power infrastructure beyond a 20 megawatt-thermal research reactor and faces a rough nuclear learning curve. It will need to strengthen its nuclear safety authority so it has the capability to conduct, review, and validate safety assessments for naval reactors that are complex and difficult to commission. How long this new nuclear endeavor will take and how much it will cost are anyone’s guesses.”  So it seems that Australia has a long road ahead of itself if this is to be completed.  By the way, the clock is currently set at 100 seconds to midnight.

ABC Australia said “The US and China are preparing for war — and Australia is caught in the crosshairs” in a headline and that “Every year China celebrates a victory over the United States. We know it as the Korean War, the Chinese call it the "War to Resist American Aggression and Aid Korea".

When Mao Zedong's People's Volunteer Army turned back the US Eighth Army in December 1950, it inflicted what is still known today as the longest retreat in American military history.

{note that does not include Afghanistan!}

The battle of Ch'ongch'on has taken on even more significance as the drum beat sounds louder of another conflict between China and the US.

Last year, at the 70th anniversary of China's triumph, Xi Jinping warned the Chinese people "the road ahead will not be smooth". He called on people to revive the spirit of the Korean War, to "speak to invaders in the language they know … to use war to prevent war".

Simply: tell the Americans that China is not afraid, it was victorious once, and will be again…. America and China have already fought a trade war; they are waging war in cyberspace and there are red lines that could trigger a full-blown confrontation.

China's Communist Party mouthpiece Global Times last year warned the US not to "play with fire". The editorial cautioned America to stay out of China's "core interests".

Those core interests are the disputed islands of the South China Sea — now claimed and militarised by China — and Taiwan”.

“Harvard University military historian Graham Allison says any conflict would "get worse before it gets worse", meaning it will escalate to drag in countries throughout the Indo-Pacific, perhaps even globally.

The author of the book Destined for War, Allison says it could become a nuclear war.”

The impact of the AUKUS alliance is a massive hit in the head to the peace of the western Pacific, and war is sure to follow – nuclear war that is, as a conventional war without resorting to nukes seems impossible at this time.  The opening hard shot (nuke) may very well be China using a first strike to take out our power grid, as has been written about on these pages for some time now.  Last year James Conca wrote in Forbes that China now has super-EMP weapons, knows how to protect itself against an EMP attack, and has developed protocols to conduct a first-strike attack, even as they deny they would ever do so.

According to the Center for Strategic International Studies, China has the most active ballistic missile development program in the world, so this is doubly troubling. China used stolen U.S. technology to develop at least three types of high-tech weapons to attack the electric grid and key technologies that could cause a surprise “Pearl Harbor” attack that could produce a deadly blackout to the entire country.

Dr. Pry outlines how China has built a network of satellites, high-speed missiles, and super-electromagnetic pulse weapons that could melt down our electric grid, fry critical communications, and even takeout the ability of our aircraft carrier groups to respond.” 

Dr. Pry just this last June had an excellent article on EMP attacks here on ANP.

Continuing, “China’s military doctrine — including numerous examples presented here of using HEMP attack to win on the battlefield, defeat U.S. aircraft carriers, and achieve against the U.S. homeland a surprise ‘Pearl Harbor’ writ large — is replete with technical and operational planning consistent with a nuclear first-strike,” said Pry in his report.

Needless to say, we are not prepared for this.”




News.com in Sydney a couple months ago seemed as though they knew this is all coming when they wrote “China has toppled the balance of power in the South China Sea. Now Australia aims to do the same over key Indian and Pacific choke points”.  Wow, that sounds like an intentional attack on China is in the making especially with this comment, “Prime Minister Scott Morrison has decided to spend up big on defence during a national economic emergency. Big money is to be splashed out on cyber warfare, underwater surveillance systems, space communication networks – and high-powered strike missiles.”

 “When they talk about the bad behaviour that’s happening in the region, the annexation of territory, coercion, the influencing of domestic politics, the use of cyberattacks – it’s really only one country which is doing that at industrial levels, and that’s the People’s Republic of China,” Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) head Peter Jennings told ABC RN yesterday.”

“Washington has in the past been prevented from deploying ground-based 500km-5500km missile under Cold War treaties with Moscow.

China never signed that treaty and has been busily building such weapons now for decades. But the Trump administration walked away from the deal in August last year, mainly in response to Beijing’s growing threat. Later that same month, US Defense Secretary Mark Esper declared he “would like to” deploy such missiles in Asia…. “If the US insists on the deployment, it will be a provocation at China’s doorstep. China will never sit idle and will take all necessary countermeasures,” Wu told state-controlled media.”

The Nation four years ago had an interesting story titled “This Is What World War III With China Might Look Like - Spoiler alert: We probably wouldn’t win.”  I won’t go through it, but you might like to, it is an interesting scenario.

Eight years ago Joel Skousen even said China’s Long-Range Plan for War — “China doesn’t just want to conquer the world militarily. It wants to harness the world’s economy under its personal control” in his World Affairs Brief, December 27, 2013 Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World with this very interesting little blurb; “In past decades, China has been very secretive about its military advancement, not wanting to alert the West to their use of stolen technology—some from outright spying (which the US facilitated under the guise of friendship), and some from technology transfers through Israel, who acts as a surrogate for the US.

The media almost never allows this secret about Israel’s links with China to come before the American public. That’s still the case even though one story did slip through this week, courtesy of Defensetech.org,

Secret U.S. missile and electro-optics technology was transferred to China recently by Israel, prompting anger from the U.S. and causing a senior Israeli defense official to resign.”   Joels story includes the Chinese “String of Pearls” strategy and implementation, also worth a read.

Military Times a year ago had a similar story titled “What war with China could look like” where they brought up this very interesting point; “China’s moves are so bold that the Pentagon has reoriented its entire worldview. The 2018 National Defense Strategy aims to shore up not only troops and weapons to deter a fight in the Pacific, but also to expand its network of allies in the region.

This network expansion serves several purposes: to increase the total number of assets available to deploy against China, if need be; to explore more forward-basing opportunities that would spread U.S. troops now concentrated in South Korea and Japan farther south and west; and to ensure that, at a basic level, those countries side with the U.S., rather than China, in any possible conflict.” And continued The entire eastern theater command of China’s military is aimed at Taiwan and Japan. And its army “continues to enhance its readiness to prevent Taiwan independence and execute an invasion if necessary






China cannot allow the US to bring up our forces as we have before but will need to play the Pearl Harbor strategy of strike first and repeat before we can bring our superior (so far) power to bear.  The addition of the AUKUS alignment of forces (remember this includes Japan, South Korea, India and many other smaller nations in the Western Pacific) is a DIRECT threat to their plans of ownership and control of the whole region and they will NOT let that stand as is.  Just like in World War II with Japan and their plans for control over the whole arena, a first strike by China is a very real probability.

The more common idea is that we will not have nuclear war with China, or even Russia, but that is more wishful thinking than reality in my opinion.  Most interpretations of the Bible include Daniel 11 and 12, Joel 1 and 2, and Revelation 8, 9 which seem to be the same war, and John saw “hail and fire, mingled with blood… thrown to the earth,… something like a great mountain burning with fire was thrown into the sea, and a third of the sea became blood… and a great star fell from heaven, burning like a torch… and many men died from the water, because it was made bitter… and a third of the sun was struck, a third of the moon and a third of the stars, so that a third of them were darkened… and smoke arose out of the pit like the smoke of a great furnace. So the sun and the air were darkened because of the smoke” (Revelation 8:7-9:2).  And it is only the beginning of the 7 vials followed by “a time of trouble such as was never was” (Daniel 12:1).  That seems like an excellent description of nuclear war to me.

Earlier this year, Express.co.uk saidSouth China Sea: Biden issued chilling warning as war with Beijing ‘more likely than ever'and “The CFR’s annual Preventive Priorities Survey has highlighted the potential risk of war in Taiwan has risen to a “top-tier conflict”.

Experts contributing to the report said Taiwan in particular is growing into “the most dangerous flashpoint in the world for a possible war that involves the United States, China, and probably other major powers”.”

Another Brit rag The Sun said five years ago that THE world is closer to a catastrophic and bloody World War III than at any other point in the past 60 years, experts have warned.”

Rounding out this tale of woe, let’s look at something that is little more than just hype really, but still fun; Nostradamus and the New Prophecy Almanacs 2 says for the year 2024 that “TAIWAN INVADED and CONQUERED BY CHINA - Catastrophic Destruction to US Battleships and Aircraft Carriers”  and continues with The Chinese dictator, whoever is in power in 2024, will threaten to use nuclear missiles against the United States if America tries to defend Taiwan. Thus, in addition to the destruction of US ships, it is possible several West Coast cities will be destroyed: Los Angeles, Seattle, and Anchorage. This is conditional and may not happen, but it will be threatenedRussia, still an ally of China, will react with contempt and horror at this wanton destruction and conquest. The alliance will quickly grow cold and Russia will begin to guard with greater concern the frontiers and borders it shares with China, even some of the former Soviet states adjacent to it, especially since a recent skirmish on a border region. What seemed a minor event will now loom large to those in the Kremlin in the aftermath of China's ruthless display of power and arrogance.

By March 2025, Russia will declare war on China and a protracted conflict will begin”

Not likely the way they put it, but entertaining to consider.


60 minutes of Australia recently considered it all with this video War with China: Are we closer than we think?”


It's hard to ignore the threat of nuclear war. But as long as you're far from the blast, you're safe, right? Wrong.”   I've studied nuclear war for 35 years -- you should be worried. | Brian Toon | TEDxMileHigh


Surviving Nuclear War
...  a few things to keep in mind, and how to prepare





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