The U.S. And Russia Need Each Other
December 20, 2012 in Activism
The United States, and anyone who lives in the United States, MUST understand, that Russia is going to be the most important country that will be tied into the destiny and future of the United States if we expect our country to survive the coming years.
Of course, this works both ways. If anyone who is Russian is reading this right now, please understand that no matter how many problems the United States and Russia have had with each other in the past, at no other time in Russia’s history is it going to be more important to keep the United States as a close ally than right now at our present time. Simply put, our two countries are going to have to increase our friendship with each other more so than we have ever before. We absolutely, positively, beyond the shadow of a doubt, need to see each others countries as two arms of the same body, both working together for the benefit of the entire body as a whole. We must not allow ANY tensions to break us further apart from each other, because if we do it will only result in the possible destruction of each of our countries by themselves, and it is very likely that we could lose the possible war that we can see taking place with China very soon if our two countries do not work together as a team.
Russia deserves it’s credit for World War 2. We have to, as a nation (the United States), give much of the credit to Russia for helping us win the war against that insane creature we refer to as Hitler. If not for Russia beating Hitler’s army during the battles that they faced in World War 2 on Russian territory, it is absolutely possible that Hitler and his minions would have taken total control of Russia and would therefore in turn have been successful in their campaign against the World. It is very important for the American people to understand that Russia during World War 2 was just as crucial against Hitler as America was against the Japanese when it came to the final outcome of the success of the allies vs axis during that dangerous time in our modern day history.
So for all of the people of Russia, you should be extremely proud, because it was your country who defeated Hitler’s army, and you played an extremely important role in that war, and helped all of us here in the United States of America turn the tide for the better sake of Humanity.
Perhaps many people do not realize this, but it was our (The United States of America’s) sister superpower country Russia who actually played a major part in saving the World from the first two Anti-Christ’s of history who have previously both attempted unsuccessfully to conquer it and take it over.
For whatever reason, the Evil forces of the World have always focused their attention on Russia, and thought it to be a major hurdle in their plans for World conquest.
The first Anti-Christ, Napoleon Bonaparte, was unsuccessful in his attempt to take total control of the Russian empire. Try as he might, Russia put up the biggest challenge against Napoleon Bonaparte and his army, greatly decreasing the number of troops in his army, and ultimately being the decisive factor that eventually led to Napoleon’s surrender.
The French invasion of Russia in 1812 marked a turning point in Napoleon’s fortunes. His Grande Armée was badly damaged in the campaign and never fully recovered. Napolean greatly wanted an alliance with the Middle-Eastern powers at that time in order to attempt to wage a successful campaign against Russia. An alliance with Middle-Eastern powers would have the strategic advantage of pressuring Russia on its southern border. From 1803, Napoleon went to considerable lengths to try to convince the Ottoman Empire to fight against Russia in the Balkans and join his anti-Russian coalition.
Napoleon sent General Horace Sebastiani as envoy extraordinary, promising to help the Ottoman Empire recover lost territories. In February 1806, following Napoleon’s victory at Austerlitz and the ensuing dismemberment of the Habsburg Empire, the Ottoman Emperor Selim III finally recognized Napoleon as Emperor, formally opting for an alliance with France “our sincere and natural ally”, and war with Russia and England. A Franco-Persian alliance was also formed, from 1807 to 1809, between Napoleon and the Persian Empire of Fath Ali Shah, against Russia and Great Britain.
The Fourth Coalition was assembled in 1806, and Napoleon defeated Prussia at the Battle of Jena-Auerstedt in October. He marched against advancing Russian armies through Poland, and was involved in the bloody stalemate of the Battle of Eylau on 6 February 1807. By 1812, advisers to Alexander suggested the possibility of an invasion of the French Empire and the recapture of Poland. On receipt of intelligence reports on Russia’s war preparations, Napoleon expanded his Grande Armée to more than 450,000 men. He ignored repeated advice against an invasion of the vast Russian heartland and prepared for an offensive campaign; on 23 June 1812, his invasion of Russia commenced.
In an attempt to gain increased support from Polish nationalists and patriots, Napoleon termed the war the Second Polish War—the First Polish War had been the Bar Confederation uprising by Polish nobles against Russia in 1768. Polish patriots wanted the Russian part of Poland to be joined with the Duchy of Warsaw and an independent Poland created. This was rejected by Napoleon, who stated he had promised his ally Austria (The birthplace of the second Anti-Christ – Adolf Hitler) that this would not happen. Napoleon refused to manumit the Russian serfs, due to concerns this might provoke a reaction in his army’s rear. The serfs would later commit atrocities against French soldiers during France’s retreat.
The Russians avoided Napoleon’s objective of a decisive engagement and instead retreated deeper into Russia. A brief attempt at resistance was made at Smolensk in August; the Russians were defeated in a series of battles and Napoleon resumed his advance. The Russians again avoided battle, although in a few cases this was only achieved because Napoleon uncharacteristically hesitated to attack when the opportunity arose. Due to the Russian army’s scorched earth tactics, the French found it increasingly difficult to forage food for themselves and their horses. The Russians eventually offered battle outside Moscow on 7 September: the Battle of Borodino resulted in approximately 44,000 Russian and 35,000 French, dead, wounded or captured, and may have been the bloodiest day of battle in history up to that point. Although the French had won, the Russian army had accepted, and withstood, the major battle Napoleon had hoped would be decisive. Napoleon’s own account was: “The most terrible of all my battles was the one before Moscow. The French showed themselves to be worthy of victory, but the Russians showed themselves worthy of being invincible.”
The Russian army withdrew and retreated past Moscow. Napoleon entered the city, assuming its fall would end the war and Alexander would negotiate peace. However, on orders of the city’s governor Fyodor Rostopchin, rather than capitulation, Moscow was ordered burned. After a month, concerned about loss of control back in France, Napoleon and his army left. The French suffered greatly in the course of a ruinous retreat, including from the harshness of the Russian Winter. Napolean’s Armée had begun as over 400,000 frontline troops, but in the end fewer than 40,000 crossed the Berezina River in November 1812, to escape. The Russians had lost 150,000 in battle and hundreds of thousands of civilians.
There was a lull in fighting over the winter of 1812–13 while both the Russians and the French rebuilt their forces; Napoleon was then able to field 350,000 troops. Heartened by France’s loss in Russia, Prussia joined with Austria, Sweden, Russia, Great Britain, Spain, and Portugal in a new coalition. Napoleon assumed command in Germany and inflicted a series of defeats on the Coalition culminating in the Battle of Dresden in August 1813. Despite these successes, the numbers continued to mount against Napoleon and the French army was pinned down by a force twice its size and lost at the Battle of Leipzig. This was by far the largest battle of the Napoleonic Wars and cost more than 90,000 casualties in total.
Napoleon attempted suicide with a pill he had carried since a near-capture by Russians on the retreat from Moscow. Its potency had weakened with age and he survived to be exiled, while his wife and son took refuge in Vienna.
Soon after Napoleon’s army suffered severe casualties in his campaign against the Russian empire, Napolean eventually ended up surrendering and being exiled to Saint Helena.
We find it extremely interesting that the first Anti-Christ (Napoleon Bonaparte), wanted so badly to take over the Russian empire, but was never successful in doing so, and his army suffered the most casualties in Russia than it did anywhere else, and it was this reason that ultimately led to his defeat. The same exact scenario played out with the 2nd Anti-Christ (Adolf Hitler), when he too wanted so badly to take over the Russian empire and he too failed in the process, also suffering an extreme loss of men during the war against Russia which, just like Napoleon Bonaparte before him, ended up being the main reason his campaign against the World was ultimately unsuccessful.
For whatever reason, God has chosen Russia to be the beacon of hope against the first two Anti-Christs of the World, and according to Edgar Cayce, the famous American “sleeping prophet”, and also according to another famous American psychic named Jeane Dixon, Russia will once again become a beacon of hope for the World in our near future if the World enters yet another World War (World War 3) against China and it’s allies.
Why God has chosen Russia we don’t know. What is clear though is that God has also chosen another country to guide Humanity to peace, and that country is The United States of America, which has also fairly recently become a beacon of hope for the World through it’s victories during World War II, and along with all of her allies. What can not be denied though is that Russia has saved the World from disaster twice already (once along with America as well), and that it is for this reason that we should all bow our heads to Russia in remembrance of these facts, and we should not look at Russia as an enemy of our homeland, but rather as a special friend who has ironically had similar roles to play in the World that mirror in many ways the role that the United States is playing today.
Two of the most Evil forces that the World has ever known have both tried, but failed, to corrupt and to ultimately control the Motherland of Russia. They have tried both from the outside and within Russia itself, to conquer the Russian people and to use them for their twisted will. It was Russia, however, who had prevailed under these circumstances, and has shined through the darkness in both instances where it was forced to come face to face with an Anti-Christ figure and his enormous army. Even though starving and outnumbered, in both cases Russia has managed to not only defeat the two Anti-Christ’s of the past, but has also managed to be one of the main factors in turning the course of the direction of history in the favor of Love and Peace and all that is Good and Well.
As mentioned before, the second Anti-Christ (Adolf Hitler) also lost his campaign against the Russian Empire.
In the latter stages of World War 2, On Germany’s eastern front, the Axis defeated Soviet offensives in the Kerch Peninsula and at Kharkov and then launched their main summer offensive against southern Russia in June 1942, to seize the oil fields of the Caucasus. The Soviets decided to make their stand at Stalingrad which was in the path of the advancing German armies. By mid-November the Germans had nearly taken Stalingrad in bitter street fighting when the Soviets began their second winter counter-offensive, starting with an encirclement of German forces at Stalingrad and an assault on the Rzhev salient near Moscow, though the latter failed disastrously. By early February 1943, the German Army had taken tremendous losses; German troops at Stalingrad had been forced to surrender and the front-line had been pushed back beyond its position before the summer offensive. In mid-February, after the Soviet push had tapered off, the Germans launched another attack on Kharkov, creating a salient in their front line around the Russian city of Kursk.
In the Soviet Union, both the Germans and the Soviets spent the spring and early summer of 1943 making preparations for large offensives in Central Russia. On July 4, 1943, Germany attacked Soviet forces around the Kursk Bulge. Within a week, German forces had exhausted themselves against the Soviets’ deeply echeloned and well-constructed defences and, for the first time in the war, Hitler cancelled the operation before it had achieved tactical or operational success. This decision was partially affected by the Western Allies’ invasion of Sicily launched on July 9 which, combined with previous Italian failures, resulted in the ousting and arrest of Mussolini later that month. On July 12, 1943, the Soviets launched their own counter-offensives, thereby dispelling any hopes of the German Army for victory or even stalemate in the east. The Soviet victory at Kursk was one of the decisive turning points of the war, giving the Soviet Union the initiative on the Eastern Front. The Germans attempted to stabilise their eastern front along the hastily fortified Panther-Wotan line, however, the Soviets broke through it at Smolensk and by the Lower Dnieper Offensives.
By the end of January, a major Soviet offensive expelled German forces from the Leningrad region, ending the longest and most lethal siege in history. The following Soviet offensive was halted on the pre-war Estonian border by the German Army Group North aided by Estonians hoping to re-establish national independence. This delay slowed subsequent Soviet operations in the Baltic Sea region. By late May 1944, the Soviets had liberated Crimea, largely expelled Axis forces from Ukraine and made incursions into Romania, which were repulsed by the Axis troops.
On June 22, the Soviets launched a strategic offensive in Belarus (known as “Operation Bagration”) that resulted in the almost complete destruction of the German Army Group Centre. Soon after that, another Soviet strategic offensive forced German troops from Western Ukraine and Eastern Poland. The Red Army’s strategic offensive in eastern Romania cut off and destroyed the considerable German troops there and triggered a successful coup d’état in Romania and in Bulgaria, followed by those countries’ shift to the Allied side.
In September 1944, Soviet Red Army troops advanced into Yugoslavia and forced the rapid withdrawal of the German Army Groups E and F in Greece, Albania and Yugoslavia to rescue them from being cut off. By this point, Communist-led partisans under Marshal Josip Broz Tito controlled much of the territory of Yugoslavia and were engaged in delaying efforts against the German forces further south. In northern Serbia, the Red Army, with limited support from Bulgarian forces, assisted the partisans in a joint liberation of the capital city of Belgrade on October 20. A few days later, the Soviets launched a massive assault against German-occupied Hungary that lasted until the fall of Budapest in February 1945.
In February, the Soviets invaded Silesia and Pomerania, while Western Allied forces entered Western Germany and closed to the Rhine river. In March, the Western Allies crossed the Rhine north and south of the Ruhr, encircling a large number of German troops, while the Soviets advanced to Vienna. In early April the Western Allies finally pushed forward in Italy and swept across Western Germany, while in late April Soviet forces stormed Berlin; the two forces linked up on Elbe river on April 25.
German forces surrendered in Italy on April 29 and in Western Europe on May 7. On the Eastern Front, Germany surrendered to the Soviets on May 8.
Again, thanks to Russia’s help in defeating Hitler and his army, The United States and Russia were successful in saving the World from yet another Anti-Christ who was bent on it’s destruction. No two countries in our modern day history have been more influential in fighting and winning the wars against the two previous Anti-Christs. Only the United States and it’s sister Russia can claim such an honor. Although other countries were influential in winning the war against them, it was the United States and Russia who had the most impact on achieving peace for the World after defeating these two Evil figures of the past.
The bottom line folks, is that the United States and Russia must remain friends, and MUST work together, if the World is to find peace.
In the words of Edgar Cayce himself:
Edgar Cayce: “Russia will become beacons of hope for the world. Through Russia, comes the hope of the world. Not in respect to what is sometimes termed Communism or Bolshevism — no! But freedom — freedom! That each man will live for his fellow man. The principle has been born there. It will take years for it to be crystallized; yet out of Russia comes again the hope of the world.”
In the word’s of one of the World’s most famous female seers:
Jeane Dixon: “History will demonstrate that the test-ban treaty was bad for America and will be used against us. It is in our national interest to trade with Russia, although this trade will benefit the Kremlin more than us. Then will come a turning point, and we will align ourselves with Russia in the war against Red China.”
Either we (The United States and Russia) will walk towards peace together, or we won’t walk towards it at all.