Shadow of Apocalypse

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Shadow of Apocalypse
By Hal Lindsey

In Japan, people scrambled to find shelter as a North Korean missile flew overhead. The nation issued a J-alert. Train service was suspended. Officials ordered residents in the northeastern part of the country to evacuate buildings and find bomb shelters. Both Japan and South Korea sit minutes away from almost all of North Korea’s large ballistic missile stockpile. But they’re not alone. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea also has intercontinental ballistic missiles that can reach most of the world, including the United States.

On October 4th, the Los Angeles Times ran an article with the headline, “North Korea’s latest missile test reminds the world of Asia’s powder keg.” The article said, “With the war in Ukraine and Russia’s threats to deploy tactical nuclear weapons, it was easy to lose sight of the rising danger North Korea poses.”

But with a threat like Russia, such an oversight is understandable. When the nation with the world’s largest stockpile of nuclear weapons, repeatedly threatens to use them, it’s hard not to put your focus there. It may feel good to see Ukraine’s success, but we also need to understand the danger their success creates. Putin’s army is falling apart. Men fearing the draft have been fleeing the country at an astounding rate.

An ever-growing number of Putin’s inner circle have met untimely deaths, suggesting that it’s dangerous even in private to question the Czar-like Putin. But on the battlefield, another kind of desperation has set in. It has become increasingly common to see white flags attached to Russian tanks, and Russian soldiers walking toward enemy lines with their hands raised.

Vladimir Putin is being deeply humiliated. That feels like justice, but it has created an almost unfathomable danger for every person in the world. The Daily Beast ran an October 4th article with the headline, “It’s Time to Brace for Putin’s Greatest Meltdown Yet.” They called him a “cornered animal,” and said, “The great unraveling of Russian President Vladimir Putin could be right around the corner. It won’t be pretty.”

As Russia’s leader is further weakened, he becomes more likely to lash out with the only thing Russia has that scares everyone else — his nukes. He’s looking for a way to stay in power, and maybe even to stay alive. It is a time of desperation, and that means anything is possible.

That same day, October 4, 2022, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) said it was purchasing $290 million worth of the drug Nplate, used “to save lives following radiological and nuclear emergencies.” Think about that. The United States is now stockpiling antiradiation drugs. What brought that on? One guess. Russia.

Vladimir Putin, a man who seems to be in poor health and showing increased mental instability, controls the world’s largest arsenal of nuclear weapons — larger even than that of the United States. In a televised September speech to the Russian people, Putin said he was not bluffing when he warned that he might use nuclear weapons against the West. He told them the very existence of Russia is now at stake in Ukraine. Since he said that, Russia’s strategic position in Ukraine has only grown more dire.

“Perilous times” have come, just as the Bible said they would. Stay close to the Lord in prayer and Bible reading. We must not despair, but walk in faith — getting the Gospel out in every way we can, for as long as we can.

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Wally

Choose your words carefully...
Makes one admire Romneys insight and despise Obama's ignorance.

But then the worst enemy is the one hiding within our own ranks.

Socialism is for tyrants.

Capitalism needs to be cudgeled every now and then, but when paired with charity and benevolence and accountability is is incredible.

Socialism is a self sustaining death trap.
 
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Spartan Sprinter 1

Formerly known as Shaun
Does anyone ever threaten or harass N Korea? If they just sit there and mind there own business, does anyone even acknowledge them? Is this attention seek ing behavior?
I liked the whole article, but just don't understand little Kim and how his mind works.

Unfortunately they don't, i don't know how far back this use to go but whenever rocketman's family would do these missile tests or threaten to fire them, most of the Western world use to give them appeasement money so that they wouldn't follow through with their threats and since we would pay them every time a threat was made, naturally they continue to do this.
 

TrustinHim

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Does anyone ever threaten or harass N Korea? If they just sit there and mind there own business, does anyone even acknowledge them? Is this attention seek ing behavior?
I liked the whole article, but just don't understand little Kim and how his mind works.
President Trump did after Kim of N.K. made a comment about having a red button for missiles Trump replied "mine is bigger and it works!" After that Kim was much less threatening.
 

GEOINTAnalyst

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The US buying up the drug Nplate, I wonder how well it works and who they purchased it from. China? The drug is probably only for the elite anyway so they are welcome to it.
Because I’m :rapture
hopefully by then
On October 4, the United States Department for Health and Human Services (HHS) announced it was purchasing a supply of the drug Nplate "as part of long-standing, ongoing efforts to be better prepared to save lives following radiological and nuclear emergencies."
Nplate is a prescription drug produced by California-based biotechnology company Amgen. This means it is not available to buy over the counter. According to Amgen, the drug is given as an injection by a healthcare provider.

Amgen says the drug is intended to treat low blood platelet counts due to a condition known as immune thrombocytopenia, and not for a low platelet count caused by any other condition.

However, HHS states that the drug is approved to treat blood cell injuries that accompany acute radiation syndrome in adults and children.
While it has been available on the commercial market for some time, Amgen told Newsweek this is the first time it has supplied Nplate to the government, which purchased it under the 2004 Project Bioshield Act.
According to the HHS statement, the government supply would be held separately to the doses available in the commercial market.

Here is my 2 Cents - Amgen says - "the drug is intended to treat low blood platelet counts due to a condition known as immune thrombocytopenia" - but the HHS says - "the drug is approved to treat blood cell injuries that accompany acute radiation syndrome" that is two completely different things - so who do you believe Amgen the company who made it or the government who wants to use the shot for something else???

https://www.newsweek.com/american-government-buys-nuclear-radiation-drug-nplate-1750644
 

MAL18

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If Putin were to to strike at Western Europe or the USA with nukes, would the Biden Administration respond or just send Joe to the bomb shelter with a lifetime supply of (your favorite brand) ice cream?
 

usoutpost31

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Does anyone ever threaten or harass N Korea? If they just sit there and mind there own business, does anyone even acknowledge them? Is this attention seek ing behavior?
I liked the whole article, but just don't understand little Kim and how his mind works.
The US/South Korea joint military exercises agitate the North, as they accuse the South of preparing for an invasion of their country. Kim wants sanctions relief and the US to withdraw its troops from SK.

Firing those missiles is their way of attempting to pressure their neighbouring countries to negotiate concessions on their behalf.
 
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