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October 26, 2019
US Army Warns Of Collapse As Apocalypse Nears—But Reality
Shows Leftists Picked The Wrong Enemy
By: Sorcha Faal, and as
reported to her Western Subscribers
A fascinating new Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today discussing the true motivations behind the “purely defensive” military alliance NATO suddenly contracting out to buy 78,000 winter kits for Arctic warfare, reveals that the American intentions behind this blatant war move can be found in a just released document prepared by the United States Army War College which states: “the US military must immediately begin expanding its capability to operate in the Arctic to defend economic interests and to partner with allies across the region”—a massive war expansion this document warns is immediately needed because “a climate apocalypse is coming soon”—and without which the US military gravely warns it will collapse within 20 years—but whose near comical true reality behind shows the US military has now given its hysterical climate crazed leftist lawmakers no choice but to lavish them with multi-billion-dollar budgets at the expense of domestic needs—otherwise these socialist Democrats screaming that the world will soon end due to climate change will be exposed as being the hypocrites they really are. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
According to this report, the stark fact facing all major nations in the 21st Century is the same as it was during the last half of the 20th Century—a major war between nuclear armed superpowers is un-winnable—most particularly because the warring parties would be evaporated within the first hour of an all-out nuclear exchange—and specifically because global trade interdependency has become, to borrow a phrase from finance, “too big to fail”.
In knowing this reality, this report continues, Russia has continued cutting its defense budget to the point where this year it was dropped from the list of the top 5 of global military spenders—while at the same time, the US military has increased its spending for five year in a row—but are military increases now facing severe socialist headwinds coming from Democrat Party lawmakers and presidential candidates demanding in their “Free-Stuff Primary” multi-trillion-dollar budgets to pay for everything from free college to free healthcare.
Also knowing this reality, this report details, is US Army General Mark Milley—President Trump’s new Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who, this past May-2019, commissioned the United States War College to prepare for him a document on climate change—not just any document, but one using the most crazed and alarmist climate change studies his military researchers could find—thus leading to one of whose more apocalyptic short-term scenarios featured being the collapse of the US power grid within the next 20 years, leaving the country without refrigeration, water treatment, lights, heating, air conditioning, communications, public transportation, fuel distribution, or pretty much anything a technological civilization requires—and as outlined in this document titled “Implications Of Climate Change For The U.S. Army”—whose most salient (notable, important) points in its introduction state:
As an organization that is, by law,
non-partisan, the Department of Defense (DoD)
is precariously unprepared for the national security implications of climate
change-induced global security challenges.
The study itself did not involve
original research on the nature or magnitude of climate change.
The analysis assumes, based on the preponderance of
evidence available, that significant changes in climate have already occurred,
likely to worsen in the years ahead.
The study did not look to
ascribe causation to climate change (man-made or natural), as causation is
distinct from effects and not pertinent to the approximately 50-year horizon
considered for the study.
The study does, however, assume that human behavior can mitigate both
the size and consequences of negative impacts that result from climate change.
The DoD does not currently possess an environmentally
Political and social
pressure will eventually force the military to mitigate its environmental impact
in both training and wartime.
Implementation of these changes will be costly in effort, time and
This is likely to occur just as the DoD is adjusting to changes in the
security environment previously highlighted
In light of these
findings, the military must consider changes in doctrine, organization,
equipping, and training to anticipate changing environmental requirements.
Greater inter-governmental and
inter-organizational cooperation, mandated through formal framework agreements,
will allow the DoD to
anticipate those areas where future conflict is more likely to occur and to
implement a campaign-plan-like approach to proactively prepare for likely
conflict and mitigate the impacts of mass migration.
The DoD must begin now to promulgate a culture of
environmental stewardship across the force.
Lagging behind public and political
demands for energy efficiency and minimal environmental footprint will
significantly hamstring the Department’s efforts to face national security
The Department will
struggle to maintain its positive public image and that will impact the
military’s ability to receive the required funding to face the growing number
of security challenges.
Joint Chiefs Chairman General Milley, of course, this report concludes, could have ordered his military researchers to include in their document the overwhelming evidence proving climate change is a hoax—to include the mathematical proof that man-made climate change is a total hoax and scientists proving it’s a hoax, too—and by his deliberate failing to do so, has given his military forces an amorphous (without a clearly defined shape or form) enemy that even the most demented socialist Democrat Party lawmaker critical of defense spending, is now left with no choice other than to flood the Pentagon with all the money it asks for—money that, most certainly, can never defeat a monster that never existed in the first place—but that, most assuredly, President Trump will use to great effect to fulfill his vow that America “will never be a socialist country”—a vow General Milley and the US Army will aid Trump in keeping—and is the same General Milley who has already warned his fighting forces: “You'll be dealing with terrorists, you'll be dealing with hybrid armies, you'll be dealing with little green men, you'll be dealing with tribes, you're going to be dealing with it all, and you're going to be dealing with it simultaneously”—thus leaving one to seriously wonder if the Biblical codes about General Milley and the coming alien war are true.
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