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Without warning just after sunset last Saturday night the US Navy purposely picked a time to launch an unarmed Trident II missile
from the submarine the USS Kentucky from waters off the Southern
California coast so hundreds of thousands of witnesses would be sure
to observe the brightly lit up sky and headlines would certainly spread
around the world.
The unusual event was seen as far
away as northern California, Arizona and Nevada. It triggered a
firestorm of conjecture that included possible UFO’s to World War III.
Beginning last Friday evening the FAA suddenly declared that the US Navy
created a no fly zone shutting down LA airport flights
from flying west over the ocean from America’s second busiest airport
until Thursday this week due to unspecified military activity. The Navy
then fired a second unarmed Trident missile
on Monday during daytime hours claiming it would have also been
launched on Saturday night along with the first one but there “too many
private boats in the area” prohibited it. Strange that too many boats
didn’t stop the first launch, the one “seen” around the world. Chalk it
up to military logic.
With these latest unsettling events, the
writing on the wall keeps looming larger as war drums keep beating
louder. From every direction we’re being bombarded these days by doom
and gloom news that World War III could break out at any time.
Just two weeks ago the US Navy destroyer
the USS Lassen brushed within 12 nautical miles of a couple of freshly
built Chinese islands just to piss off China. Beijing immediately
accused the US of violating its territorial rights staking its regional
claim over the South China Sea’s Spratly Islands. While China threatened
military retaliation the next time the US patrols too close, unnamed US
government officials defiantly vowed they will do it again claiming
free navigational maritime rights since the US refuses to accept the
manmade islands as China’s legitimate territory.
recent months the navies and air forces of all three superpowers have
been patrolling ever so closer to waters and airspaces near each other’s
borders. In September five Chinese warships were observed near Alaska’s Bering Strait. Little more than a week ago two Russian reconnaissance planes
had to be escorted away from a US aircraft carrier in the Sea of Japan.
This dodgy game of chicken continues with each nation seemingly bent on
ratcheting up tensions in an undeclared war that’s been building for
more than a year.
during this last month the most dangerous, ready-to-explode hotspot has
been Syria where for the first time the US has sent military boots on the ground
after Russia launched its anti-ISIS offensive. The mounting number of
ground forces may be joined by US puppet Gulf state Qatar sending troops
to the Syrian battlefront. Both US and Russian superpowers are
precariously sharing the same airspace with warplanes supporting
opposing forces. In retaliation for Putin taking charge and upending the
US fake war against ISIS, in recent weeks Obama sent Special Forces into Syria to help rescue its terrorist ally on the run (3000 jihadists fled to Jordan and Turkey in the first week alone) and defiantly oppose
the Russian led coalition aiding Syria. Unfortunately the United States
seems committed to winding up on the wrong side of history after
creating and to this day continuing its not-so-secret support of its
terrorist mercenary ally the Islamic State militants. Syria remains a
powder keg ready to explode on a moment’s notice into world war.