While Obama Snoozes, Russia Is Preparing For Nuclear War With The United States

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Nuclear War - Public DomainDid you know that two Russian bombers practiced launching cruise missiles at the United States from a spot in the North Atlantic just the other day?  And did you know that Russia is spending massive amounts of money to build and test new nuclear weapons systems?  Meanwhile, the Obama administration is doing absolutely nothing to upgrade the U.S. nuclear arsenal.  Our nuclear officers are actually still using floppy disks and other computer technology from the 1960s.  The size of the U.S. nuclear arsenal has been reduced by about 95 percent from the peak of the Cold War, and Barack Obama has spoken of even more dramatic reductions.  Obama is snoozing even as a Russian general speaks of the need to “spell out the conditions under which Russia would launch a preemptive nuclear strike” against the United States.  Obama appears to be entirely convinced that a nuclear war between the U.S. and Russia is not even a remote possibility.  He better be right, because we are definitely not prepared for one.


Even with everything that has happened between the United States and Russia lately, most Americans still believe that “the Cold War is over” and that Russia presents absolutely no threat to us.

But Russia is behaving as if the Cold War is still very much on.  You probably didn’t hear a peep about it from the mainstream media, but just the other day a couple of Russian bombers simulated launching cruise missiles at us from the North Atlantic.  The following is an excerpt from an excellent article by Bill Gertz

Two Russian strategic bombers conducted practice cruise missile attacks on the United States during a training mission last week that defense officials say appeared timed to the NATO summit in Wales.

The Russian Tu-95 Bear bombers were tracked flying a route across the northern Atlantic near Iceland, Greenland, and Canada’s northeast.

Analysis of the flight indicated the aircraft were conducting practice runs to a pre-determined “launch box”—an optimum point for firing nuclear-armed cruise missiles at U.S. targets, said defense officials familiar with intelligence reports.

And Russia is spending money as if a nuclear confrontation with the U.S. is a very real possibility.  In fact, Russian President Vladimir Putin has committed to a “weapons modernization program” that is going to cost the equivalent of 540 billion dollars

Putin said Russia’s weapons modernization program for 2016-2025 should focus on building a new array of offensive weapons to provide a “guaranteed nuclear deterrent;” re-arming strategic and long-range aviation; creating an aerospace defense system and developing high-precision conventional weapons.

He would not elaborate on prospective weapons, but he and other officials have repeatedly boasted about new Russian nuclear missiles’ capability to penetrate any prospective missile shield.

The Kremlin has bolstered defense spending in the past few years under an ambitious weapons modernization program that runs through 2020 and costs the equivalent of $540 billion.

You don’t spend that kind of money just for the fun of it.

Putin is deadly serious about being able to fight (and win) a war against the United States.

Of course nobody on either side actually hopes that such a war will happen.  But most wars are won before a single shot is fired, and right now Russia is working very hard to make sure that it will have the best chance possible of coming out on top in any future conflict.

For example, Russian media is reporting that 60 percent of all Russian nuclear missiles will have radar-evading capability by 2016

Russia’s Defense Ministry plans to complete the rearmament of Strategic Missile Forces within six years.  “By 2016, the share of new missile systems will reach nearly 60%, and by 2021 their share will increase to 98%. At the same time the troop and weapon command systems, combat equipment will be qualitatively improved, first of all — their capabilities for the suppression of antimissile defense will be built up,” Defense Ministry’s RVSN spokesman Colonel Igor Yegorov told ITAR-TASS on Friday.

But of greatest concern is the new generation of nuclear-powered attack submarines armed with long-range cruise missiles that Russia has been developing.

Just this week, Russia conducted a successful test of the new submarine-launched Bulava intercontinental nuclear missile…

Russia carried out a successful test of its new Bulava intercontinental nuclear missile on Wednesday and will perform two more test launches in October and November, the head of its naval forces said.

The armed forces have boosted their military training and test drills since the start of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, which Russia considers in its traditional sphere of influence.

The 12-meter long Bulava, or mace, has undergone numerous tests, some successful, and can deliver an impact of up to 100 times the atomic blast that devastated Hiroshima in 1945.

Each one of these missiles weighs more than 36 tons and has a range of more than 5,000 miles.

But in a future conflict, they would likely only have to travel a short distance.

That is because Russia has developed super silent attacks subs that are virtually undetectable when submerged.

In a previous article, I talked about how the U.S. Navy refers to these virtually undetectable subs as “black holes”…

Did you know that Russia is building submarines that are so quiet that the U.S. military cannot detect them?  These “black hole” submarines can freely approach the coastlines of the United States without fear of being detected whenever they want.  In fact, a “nuclear-powered attack submarine armed with long-range cruise missiles” sailed around in the Gulf of Mexico for several weeks without being detected back in 2012.  And now Russia is launching a new class of subs that have “advanced stealth technology”.  The U.S. Navy openly acknowledges that they cannot track these subs when they are submerged.  That means that the Russians are able to sail right up to our coastlines and launch nukes whenever they want.

Most Americans don’t realize this, but Russian subs can come cruising right up to our coasts without us knowing about it and launch missiles which will start hitting our cities within just a few minutes.

And if you do not think that this can ever happen, perhaps you should consider what a Russian general said about a preemptive nuclear strike just the other day

A Russian general has called for Russia to revamp its military doctrine, last updated in 2010, to clearly identify the U.S. and its NATO allies as Moscow’s enemy number one and spell out the conditions under which Russia would launch a preemptive nuclear strike against the 28-member military alliance, Interfax reported Wednesday.

Russia’s military doctrine, a strategy document through which the government interprets military threats and crafts possible responses, is being revised in light of threats connected to the Arab Spring, the Syrian civil war and the conflict in Ukraine, the deputy chief of the Kremlin’s security council told RIA Novosti on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the Obama administration has discussed reducing the size of our already neutered strategic nuclear arsenal down to just 300 warheads.

Let us hope and pray that we never see a nuclear war between the United States and Russia.

Because if one does happen, there is a very strong possibility that America will not be the winner.

  • Richard

    Spoken like the mouthpiece of a true bully. Don’t you get it that if America kept its snotty nose out of other people’s affairs IT WOULD HAVE NOTHING TO FEAR FROM RUSSIA OR ANYBODY ELSE? Don’t you get it that it is AMERICA that is the aggressor, the danger to humanity? Sometimes I think you do get it. Other times I think you are just a shill for Exceptional, Indispensable UHMUHRUHKUH.

    • jsmith

      I’m wondering too, but what is UHMUHR……?

      • Richard

        ‘America’… spoken in the macho, gruff drawl of the typical redneck, gun-toting Middle-American warmonger…

        • Richard

          From Ilargi (Automatic Earth)

          What do you think the situation in Scotland would be like if an army
          acting on behalf of the London government had just killed thousands of Scots in Glasgow and Edinburgh over the past 6 months and destroyed their streets and homes and water and electricity grids, and if moreover that government had seized power after a violent coup and essentially
          been handpicked by Washington?

          If you’re awake a little, one of the first things you would think is
          wow, those Scots must really have something those guys in London and Washington want, and badly too. And you would be right. Scotland has quite a bit of oil, for one thing. You would obviously also think: this doesn’t feel right.

          In the same exact way Ukraine has a lot going for it economically. But it also has the added quality of bordering on Russia, which really
          has a lot of resources. And ‘our side’ wants them, and has figured that occupying Ukraine would be a great way to get closer to them.

          So ‘we’ did when we saw our chance in the Maidan protests. But then there were a few million who won’t co-operate, so we started bombing and shelling them. Not out in the open, we had someone else do it for us. So they would get the blame or, even better, the other side would. And we threw Russia into the blame game as the main perpetrator. It’s all just about media control, and our own media only. Who reads Russian media? That’s all just propaganda anyway, right?

          Michael, for God’s sake, wake up, man!

          • That has happened so many times in say….1200..no 1500 years….the reaction is well documented in the history of those violent islands. Bruces vs Percys, King Robert vs Longshanks and Edward II and Edward III and Henry V and everybody. maybe you should find a more applicable analogy.

        • Syrin

          Ah, so you’re a bigot. Thanks for the verification.

          • Richard

            Yes, I am. Thanks for noticing.

          • DasTroof



      • Alleged Comment

        That is Omar trying to speak pidgin French.

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    • Twisk

      Well said, Richard.

      One wonders how, after so much relentless American warmongering, some still don’t want to see America is the planet bully.

    • greanfinisher .

      America is surely bent on empire building.

      • Alleged Comment

        Would rather live under communism brutality or American freedom?

  • seth datta

    russia versus america.
    bankers win. the people of both countries lose.
    satan wins big.

    Deny satan friendship and obedience.
    Love, repent to and seek God first.
    then be oroactive in making steps locally to improve things.

    • Syrin

      We have a winner

  • jsmith

    What’s going on Michael? We started this cold war with Russia when Nuland (Nudelman) created the coup in Ukraine. The kosher neoconservatives are behind this demonizing of Putin and Russia. Why are you starting this fear campaign when it is clear that we spend more money on offense than the rest of the world put together?

    • Syrin

      At this point it is irrelevant who started as it is CLEAR that Russia is preparing for a nuclear war. If you can’t see that, then you are as dumb as we suspect. They are TELLING you they are preparing. Lord knows what they are saying with the mics off.

      • Gay Veteran

        which country abandoned the Anti Ballistic Missile Treaty? the country that wants a first strike capability: U.S.

  • DJohn1

    The problem with nuclear weapons is that no one really wins a war using them.
    The environmental problems of radioactive materials means we all suffer for many years. That includes the “winners” of such a conflict.
    There are other weapons that do not have these side effects.
    It would be like all these people are in a small room and one of them brings out a gas weapon. Who wins? The person that uses that weapon in a small room? But everyone will die right?
    That is the option of nuclear weapons in a modern world.
    Now if they came up with a new conventional weapon without it backfiring on them, that would be a problem.
    The winds blow West to East. That means that even if you leave a country in radioactive ruins, when the winds are through, you have a mess on your hands in your own country from using Nuclear Weapons. And the winds will be deadly whichever way they blow.
    I suggest anyone starting a nuclear conflict needs their head examined. Then they need to be put away somewhere safe so that they can never do anything like that again. Preferably a really good psychiatric facility for the criminally insane.
    The local media is useless. We need to break up the ownership of that media so it becomes more effective and actually reports things.

  • Handog

    Mutual assured destruction and a competent president with testicles has historically been the deterrent. Not “I’ll have more flexibility when I bend over after the election.” With a weak hand shake.

    • An semi-mincing urban metrosexual afraid of testosterone( as if he ever manifested any) spreading inclusion and thinking we will put in our mouths the things he puts in HIS…..

  • Twisk

    Michael, you have it all backwards. The USA started this new cold war, and have been pondering a “preemptive first strike” on Russia for months. The Russians are just getting fed up with the constant provocations, that’s all. Get Nato to STOP ITS UNLAWFUL EXPANSION EASTWARDS, stop the stupid sanctions policy and you’ll see how fast it will all calm down.
    Russia is only defending herself. It threatens no one and only wants to be left in peace.

    • greanfinisher .

      I couldn’t have said it better myself.

    • nilst2011

      @Twisk : You are completely right about that Obama started this new cold war.

    • Johnny drops

      You must be Russian

    • Boni Biggun

      ALL SIDES ARE BANKER PUPPETS! It goes way beyond simply the B.R.I.C.S.
      nations moving away from the petro-fiat dollar! It also doesn’t matter
      that both Iran & North Korea don’t have a ROTHSCHILD centralized
      bank controlling them outright, BUT they are both controlled by proxy.
      Again, ALL NATIONS ARE PUPPETS/PAWNS in the lager scheme, to have
      planned order out of chaos, RE-establishing a Ancient World Order!
      Research; Nikola Tesla, Maxwell’s original 20 differential equations,
      Col. Thomas E. Bearden, Iron Mountain Report, The Georgia Guide Stones,
      The Book of Enoch, Major Jordan’s diary, Dr. Mary’s Monkey…

  • MadAsHellYankee

    The Bulava should scare the living daylights out of you. It’s a SLBM version of the Topol-M ICBM. Once it’s launched good luck figuring out where it’s going to hit espically if it has MIRV’s in it.

  • greanfinisher .

    I’m not sure that either of the two superpowers would emerge victorious from a nuclear conflict.

    • Jus’Say’n

      The Bible makes clear that that the Russian Alliance WINS!!!
      Babylon is Surprised and Utterly DESROYED in ONE HOUR!!!


      • greanfinisher .

        I would hardly call one hundred million dead on the Russian side as a victory.

        • Still’Say’n

          No! You don’t get it!
          BABYLON is destroyed in a Surprise (First Strike) attack! She doesn’t even get to return fire!
          Probably EMP’d 1st!

          Jer 50:9-10

          For I will stir up and bring against Babylon
          an alliance of great nations (BRICS?!) from the land of the north.
          They will take up their positions against her,
          and from the north (Note: “Launch Box” in Article Above) she will be captured.
          Their ARROWS (ICBM’s/SLBM’s) will be like skilled warriors
          who do not return empty-handed.
          10 So Babylonia will be plundered;
          all who plunder her will have their fill,”
          declares the Lord.

          She’ll be Destroyed!!!

          • greanfinisher .

            With the inevitable fallout in that event, I’m not sure that the world would remain habitable. Perhaps the dead would be the victors here.

  • Sam

    John Titor knew something.

  • Gay Veteran

    “…And Russia is spending money as if a nuclear confrontation with the U.S. is a very real possibility….”

    gee, wonder why? could it be because of the U.S. sponsored neo-Nazi backed coup in Ukraine? surrounding Russia with military bases? neo-cons thinking that the U.S. can win a first strike?

    • Jus’Say’n

      Something in your name reminds me of my last supervisor!


  • Zeb3065

    America should keep there noses out of everyone else’s butt and things would calm down. However, given the fact that every prophesy in the Bible thus far has proven true, all this is leading up to the end of days as we know them. In order for one Man (Anti-Christ) to come on the scene the world has to be in turmoil worse than it ever has been and since this person is to come from the middle east it makes sense that the middle east would have to be in huge conflict. Now I ask you , is the Middle East in conflict and continuing to grow in conflict right now? Secondly, who is Gog and Magog that the Bible talks about? The end is coming that is for sure when I do not know. What I do know is things are heating up all over the world and the stage is being set for the Lawless one to step in calm things down and show the world signs and wonders that fool people into believing he is God!

  • nilst2011

    The elite (read: The Bilderberg Group) will sacrifice USA to get their New World Order (NWO). They don’t care how and if most people on Earth die, because they think the world is overcrowded, and must be reduced with at least 85%. Their wealth are more important to them than we are, You and me.

  • mark mc

    You can either worry about these things or you can take some action.
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    Download and read up.

  • teller123

    If I could have anything I would bring all our military home to their families and saw off Washington DC fully loaded with all the politicians, bankers, George Soros, the past 3 administrations and their thugs and shove them off. Then I would send the signal to Russia to have at it. Let the criminal politicians, elitists and bankers reap what they have sown. No more Federal Reseve, No IRS, No NSA, No FBI, No CIA, No Homeland Security, No EPA-all gone. The people in this country would benefit greatly to be rid of them. Sadly that is not going to happen and we are witnessing a group of maniacs hell bent on starting WWIII. The Bible shows the future if you want to know how it all turns out.

  • Arizona

    America doesn’t want WAR,hahaha,..I think its time for some BIN,readers to do a survey on the streets of america,I did and was shocked at how many americans ON VETERANS DAY,were all in favior of a NUCLEAR WAR with russia and america,and I heard some of the stupidest reasons I every heard in my life,YOU GOING TO WAR AMERICA,AND YOUR GOING TO LOSE……………

  • william mony

    America is under judgement from God and every day that judgement gets closer to a finality.
    Keep putting up monuments to Satan, glorifying evil and deviant lifestyles, and calling evil good and we won’t be here in 2015.
    Repent now to the king of kings Jesus and know where you will spending eternity.
    Most Americans gave their heads into Facebook and American idol.
    In eternity, you will have plenty of time to contemplate what you thought was so important was beyond trivial.
    The days are short people!

  • Sunny

    Do we really need a Nuclear WAR anymore???

    Massive radiation plume from Fukushima heading toward U.S. West Coast according to a scientific report!!! :-(

  • notaliberal

    The undetectable super sub referenced in the article likely is not outfitted for intercontinental ICBM’s since attack subs are designed for stealth and speed in hunting ICBM carrying “boomer” submarines. But technicalities aside, we have been provoking Russia for well over a decade in trying to expand NATO up to its borders and through the expenditures of 5 billion dollars to oust the pro-Russian prime minister in Ukraine and install a pro-EU and US puppet. Moreover, missing from this article is the fact that the US has updated its nuclear doctrine to include preemptive strikes, so Russia is now following suit as a matter of national survival.

  • folgers21

    This article sounds scary on the surface if you don’t
    have the background knowledge required to assemble an accurate picture of the
    issue. I’m not pro-Russian, but if you
    step back and look at the situation, you can see Russia’s concerns and why they
    might be a little upset.

    Let’s hop in the Wayback Machine for a moment. In 1991, when the USSR collapsed, they threw
    in the towel. Their military stood
    down. Actually, they sort of collapsed,
    retreated East in disarray, and they spent the next decade and a half trying to
    reorganize. In that time, their military
    was essentially not a threat. They cut
    off the provocative bomber flights, the subs off our coast, the big military
    exercises, etc. The Warsaw Pact was
    dismantled and the threat to Western Europe vanished. The Fulda Gap was no longer in danger. Germany was reunited. Europe was at peace.

    The US, however, did not stand down. NATO did not demobilize and we maintained our
    aggressive patrols near Russia.

    As if that wasn’t enough, we then started trying to
    expand NATO into Eastern Europe. If you
    know anything about Russia’s mindset and why they set up their satellites in
    the first place, you might realize this was a provocative move. It was also in direct violation of assurances
    we gave Yeltsin when the USSR collapsed that we would NOT move East into the
    former USSR’s backyard. Poland,
    Bulgaria, Romania, etc were not supposed to become NATO members, never mind the

    Remember in the 1990s, NATO had nothing better to do than
    going into Yugoslavia and bombing the Serbs flat? NATO had no interest in Yugoslavia,
    especially when you consider NATO was a defensive pact. Yugoslavia never attacked NATO. To Russians, NATO’s action against Serbia
    could be seen as aggression against their brother Slavs, with whom Russia has
    always had a good relationship. Russia
    couldn’t do much to oppose NATO, but they did enter Yugoslavia, too.

    So, fast forward through the 1990s, which were a pretty dark period in Russia,
    and we come to the 2000s, when oil suddenly started going up in value. Russia started to realize some real wealth
    from oil sales and immediately began a move to modernize their military. Compare their embarrassing performance in the
    Chechnyan wars with the occupation/liberation/annexation of Crimea. In recent years, they’ve resumed their bomber
    flights, sub cruises, massive exercises, and expanded their nuke forces,

    So now, knowing the Russians ceased their aggressive military stance, but we
    did not, does this article still cause you alarm? Or does our own aggressive stance seem
    alarming? I’m all for a strong military,
    but to me, our military is here to protect us from enemies, foreign and
    domestic, not to garrison the planet and poke other powers in the eye to see
    what they’ll do in response.

    BTW-if you go to Russia and talk to their Cold War
    veterans, they’ll tell you they were protecting Russia and Europe from
    you. They were told America and the West
    were violent and eager to attack them and only the USSR could protect Eastern
    Europe from invasion. It sounds strange
    to you and I, but that’s because we grew up with our propaganda. I don’t mean to be preachy, but this isn’t
    covered in the sensationalist press.

    • watchmanonthetower

      “Are we gonna use The Wayback Machine again, Mr. Peabody?”
      “Quiet, you.”
      (…with apologies to Scott and Tetley.)

      Seriously, excellent post, folgers. A calm and concise history lesson. A treat.


      • Jus’Say’n

        I agree! Thank’s for taking he time, Coffee guy 21!!!

    • Lenin sated that after 75 years or so they would appear to collapse. Look it up…..1917 revolution….

  • Alleged Comment

    We are being NICGAD! Negro In Control Guaranteeing America’s Decline.

  • Alleged Comment

    We may do that externally but those other countries you beg to live in do those things INTERNALLY!

    Now, you said what country you want to live in???

    • greanfinisher .

      Yes, but the people in the vast majority of those affected countries are habitually exploited, impoverished and enslaved under brutal and criminal American puppet regimes.

  • DasTroof
  • Robert Veklotz

    Obama is not snoozing. He’s golfing. Get it right.