The Prophetic Messenger

A Newsletter From Mysteries From The Word Of God Ministries
November/December 2021 - Volume 23/Issue 6

Is Communism Dead? - Revisited - Part V

If when he seeth the sword come upon the land, he blow the trumpet, and warn the people; Then whosoever heareth the sound of the trumpet, and taketh not warning; if the sword come, and take him away, his blood shall be upon his own head. Ezekiel 33:3-4

In this issue of The Prophetic Messenger, we will end a message titled “Is Communism Dead? - Revisited.”

This article is a warning to America of the future war with the former Soviet Union.

9. We will show some recent articles concerning Russia as it prepares for war against the US. Russia has a military presence in Venezuela and the Arctic.

In an article titled "Russia put nuclear missiles in Venezuela, Rep. Diaz-Balart suggests"(Note 11) it says

"Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Fla., appeared on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight' Tuesday and made a case for backing opposition to disputed Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and suggested that Russia had installed nuclear missiles in the South American nation. 'Imagine if this regime that now is receiving a lot of international pressure survives, is it or is it not potentially a green light, an open door for the Russians and for the Chinese and for others to increase their activity against our national security interest right here in our hemisphere, Diaz-Balart told Carlson.' 'The United States, the closest we ever came to nuclear war was because the Russians put missiles, right, nuclear missiles in Cuba,' Diaz-Balart said. 'Are you saying the Russians will put nuclear missiles in Venezuela?' Carlson asked. 'What I am suggesting is that they are already there,' Diaz-Balart said. He did not offer any evidence. Russia famously landed a nuclear-capable bomber in the country late last year and recently confirmed that it has military personnel in the country. The State Department has not immediately returned Fox News' request for a comment on the congressman's suggestion."


In another article titled "A New Cold War in the Arctic? Russia unveils virtual tour of new military base"(Note 12) it says

"Courtesy of the Russian defense ministry, you can now take a tour of Russia’s newest military base. A virtual tour, anyway. The base, dubbed 'The Arctic Trefoil' due to its three-point structure, was built on Franz Josef Land – an archipelago in a remote region of the Arctic. The 14,000-square mile complex, which will house about 150 personnel for up to 18 months, will serve in a capacity of protecting Russian airspace and other interests in the region. 'With the help of the web application, defense ministry website visitors will be able to interactively assess the convenient and ergonomic modular layout of the base, which allows the Russian military to perform service and combat tasks in the hardest natural and climatic conditions of the Arctic,' A Russian defense ministry spokesperson said. Alaska Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan, who told Fox News’ Bret Baier back in January 2016 that 'there are all kinds of countries that are interested in the critical strategic importance of the Arctic,' said he is concerned about the completion of this new base. 'While seemingly a modest investment, the construction of this base sends a clear message to the Arctic community about Russia's ongoing militarization of this strategically important region,' Sullivan told Fox News. “The Russians make claims of wanting a peaceful Arctic, but their actions – building bases, ports, conducting snap exercises with thousands of troops, installing surface-to-air missiles, and conducting bear bomber flights close to American airspace – seem to reveal their real intent.' Russia has been building up its Arctic military infrastructure for several years, starting with President Vladimir Putin’s 2014 announcement establishing an Arctic command structure. In April of that year, Putin addressed a Russian Security Council meeting, saying the country should strengthen the military infrastructure. 'Specifically,' he said, 'I’m referring to the creation of a united system of naval bases for ships and next-generation submarines in our part of the Arctic.'"


A video titled "Inside the Arctic Military Base at the Center of U.S-Russia Tensions by WSJ talks about the tension between the U.S. and Russia. View the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Midn_UNnj5I

10. We will show some recent articles concerning Russia as it prepares for war against the US. Russia has a what they call a 'satellite catcher' in space that could possibly be used destroy or disable our US satellites.

In an article titled "Russia tests 'satellite catcher'"(Note 13) it says

"Russia may be testing a satellite capable of chasing down other orbiting spacecraft, observers say. Such technology could be used for a wide variety of uses, including to repair malfunctioning spacecraft, but also to destroy or disable them. The Kosmos 2499 satellite separated from the upper stage of its rocket in May and then chased it down. The Russian mission follows similar on-orbit tests this year carried out by the US and China. Kosmos 2499 was launched on 23 May 2014 as part of a seemingly routine mission to add new Rodnik communications satellites to an existing constellation. Some previous Rodnik launches had carried a trio of spacecraft, but on this occasion a fourth object was released into orbit. The US military initially classified the object as debris, but it then emerged that the Russian government had told the United Nations the launch had sent four satellites into orbit rather than three. In the meantime, satellite observers had seen the object using engines to perform a series of unusual manoeuvres in space that changed its orbit. These manoeuvres culminated on 9 November with a close approach to part of the rocket that originally launched the satellite into orbit. According to satellite observer Robert Christy, who has been recording the craft's movements, Kosmos 2499 appears to have got to within a few tens of metres of the inactive Briz-KM rocket stage. 'I think this mission is a test, and you test these things with your own satellites, because if you do it with other peoples' they get upset. The Americans don't want bits of Russian hardware sitting alongside their satellites,' Mr Christy told BBC News. Mr Christy says he predicted this in August, tweeting "Cosmos 2499 - Maybe an inspector satellite? Its most probable target is the Briz-KM that launched it." A satellite inspector is designed to sneak up on another satellite and photograph it or eavesdrop on its communications. But the same technology could also potentially be used to disable spacecraft - an anti-satellite weapon."


In another article titled "Russian satellites tailing advanced US spy satellite, report says"(Note 14) it says

" A top U.S. Space Force commander said two Russian satellites are tailing an advanced U.S. spy satellite above the Earth and at times come within 100 miles of the billion-dollar spacecraft. Gen. John Jay Raymond told Time magazine that the Russian satellite was launched in November and called its movements 'unusual and disturbing'. . . . The Time magazine report illustrates an almost sci-fi case of alleged space espionage. Russia reportedly launched a satellite into orbit last November and-- while in orbit-- it split into two separate satellites. One expert compared it to a 'Russian nesting doll.' The Kremlin has insisted that the satellites are simply conducting experiments. An amateur satellite tracker used public data to theorize that the Russian satellites are "cleverly designed" to monitor the U.S. satellite during otherwise challenging visual moments in orbit: like sunrises. 'It's clear that Russia is developing on-orbit capabilities that seek to exploit our reliance on space-based systems that fuel our American way of life,' Raymond told Time.'"


In closing, the first article was dated November 20, 2014 and the last article is dated February 11, 2020.
NOTES:
Note 11: https://tinyurl.com/y2k4xfcs
Note 12: https://tinyurl.com/snns58b
Note 13: https://tinyurl.com/tqqzcfx
Note 14: https://tinyurl.com/ux3jn3w

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I Will Bless Them That Bless Thee - Revisited - Part I. Read this article in the next issue of The Prophetic Messenger.

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