During WW2, there was a top secret race on to develop an atomic weapon.
The first country to cross the finish line would win the war. Germany
and Japan certainly tried, but the USA got there first with the dropping
of "Little Boy" on Hiroshima, 8-6-1945. Just to make sure Japan and the
rest of the world got the message, "Fat Man" destroyed Nagasaki, 8-9-1945.
We still don't know the exact civilian death toll. Estimates range from
200,000 to 300,000 men, women and children.
Six days later, Japan surrendered and the war was over. Was this first
use of nukes justified? A boots on the ground invasion of the islands
of Japan was estimated to cost a million or more Japanese and American
lives. President Truman made the decision to drop the bombs, right or
wrong, we still don't really know.
Since we unleashed the nuclear genie in 1945, other countries quickly
followed in our footsteps. The former Soviet Union wasted no time catching
up. The 1950s spawned the intense Cold War, the United States and the
Soviet Union being the primary players in a race to see who could build
the most nukes.
The WW2 bombs(15kT) were pipsqueaks compared with the ones in today’s
arsenals. The world’s biggest nuke, the Tsar Bomba yielded 57 MT! They
could have dialed it up to 100 MT. This explosion was well documented
by the Soviets. Just search Tsar Bomba, there’s a wealth of information
available on the Internet.
The principle of MAD, Mutual Assured Destruction, somehow prevented nuclear
war, however, on many occasions, the Cold War almost got Hot. President
Kennedy's Cuban missile crisis being the most widely known instance. The
temperature dropped a bit after the fall of the Soviet Union. Now, 60+
years later, the Cold War is back with a sudden and unexpected vengeance.
Worse yet, the events of the last few days in Syria have raised the temperature
President Trump was elected based on what he promised during his campaign
against warmonger Hilary Clinton. Since assuming the great power of the
Presidency, he has broken many promises made during his campaign and in
his first speech as President. Most importantly, he promised to work hard
to repair our relationships with Russia and the rest of the world. He
wanted to lead America to greatness, not spend trillions of borrowed money
policing the world. He has done just the opposite. Instead of bringing
home the troops Obama sent to Europe, he has sent more, lots more. Gen.
Flynn, history, Bannon near history, not good. Russia is justified in
seeing these moves like President Kennedy saw the Cuban missile crisis.
Imagine, for a moment, that you are a Russian citizen, how would you feel
“Soon after his victory, I noted that everything would depend on how soon
Trump’s election promises would be broken by the existing power machine.
It took only two and a half months,” said Russian Prime Minister Dmitry
Medvedev. He also warned that we are "within an inch, just one step away"
from a military conflict with Russia.
Thanks to a one hour warning sent on a communications channel intended
to prevent accidents, Russian soldiers were able to get out of harms way
this time. That vital channel is now history, further raising the temperature.
As a kid growing up in Los Angeles, I remember the temperature of the
Cuban missile crisis very well. It was "duck and cover" drills at school.
My mother took us to check out the "fallout shelter" that we were supposed
to survive in. It was at the bottom of a 4 level parking garage at big
Sears store. What a joke.
It's common knowledge that the wealthy and powerful elite of this world
have spent billions of our tax dollars building bunkers, huge underground
cities, where they plan to ride out a nuclear war. These idiots actually
believe they can survive a full scale nuclear war. Well, I've got news
"The living will envy the dead," a haunting quote often attributed to
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, though nobody knows for sure who said
After the 6 minute war, The elite may live for several years in their
bunkers. Eventually, their food supply will run out. They will open the
massive doors, expecting to find a world not much different from the pre-war
world, just minus about 7 billion useless eaters. Surprise, they will
be greeted by a completely changed world, especially the unbreathable
On Thursday, the day that 2 of our ships launched 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles
at Syria, something rather strange happened to me. Earlier in the day,
after listening to music for a few hours, I turned everything off. The
sounds of silence took over in my little Denver apartment. I often do
this when I need some heavy duty "pondering" time.
Something I have no words to describe "hit" me. I booted up my computer,
sat down and started typing. It just effortlessly flowed through my fingers
and on to the screen. I had heard no news yet, did not know about the
Not much thinking on my part, this felt like a mental download. Such things
had happened before, but they were musical or visual, not verbal. Despite
a lifetime of paranormal and UFO experiences, I had no idea what was happening
or where it was coming from. Some might label it 'channeling" or "automatic
writing". I really don't know, so let’s just call it inspired writing
or a glimpse of future history.
Once finished, I felt totally exhausted, went to the bedroom and crashed
for a few hours. After some rest, I got up and read what I had typed in
hours earlier. Basically, it was a description of post nuclear planet
Earth. I felt there had to be some reason for this happening, I just didn’t
know it yet.
During the Cold War, there were numerous documented incidents of UFOs
interfering with nuclear weapons, both Russian and American. As tense
as the world is right now, such an incident could easily touch off WW3,
so whoever, whatever they are may be trying a different tactic.
I don't claim to be "psychic", I'm not an ET contactee, at least that
I'm aware of, nor do I have a phone line to God, but I do have an open,
receptive mind. I'm just an old Cold War Veteran and retired musician,
a nobody in this world. I wonder now, was it just me, or did any other
receptive minds have a similar experience on Thursday or Friday?
The people of Planet Earth deserve to know this, especially the so called
elite who mistakenly believe they can survive. After adding a few sentences,
I decided to send it to Jeff, because after 20 years of reading Rense.com
and listening to Renseradio, I know he cares and his platform reaches
many millions of smart people every day, including the elite ones.
Reading the headlines about the attacks, it chilled me to the core as
I realized that I was writing as the strike was going down. Instantly,
it all made bizarro sense. As Jeff has said many times, “there are no
This information is not pretty, not pleasant, but it is the truth. Post
nuclear Planet Earth will survive in a different form, but we won't. No
one will survive, regardless of wealth or power. Sorry to burst your bubble.
If you think you can handle this truth, go ahead and click the link below,
otherwise, just go stick your head back in the comfy sand and wait for