"Russia represents the greatest threat to our national security," claims General Dunford.
"In Russia, we have a nuclear power. We have one that not only has the capability to violate the sovereignty of our allies and to do things that are inconsistent with our national interests, but they're in the process of doing so," he cautions.
"So, if you want to talk about a nation that could pose an existential threat to the United States, I'd have to point to Russia. And if you look at their behavior, it's nothing short of alarming," warns not only the General, but many top military officials.
Meanwhile, guess who the Russian government cited as its top threats? The United States and NATO!
General Dunford is in line for the highest U.S. military post: Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff--and he is sounding the alarm loud and clear: Russia poses a real threat to the United States.
The Bible also sounds an alarm when it links Russia, Iran (along with a coalition force) against Israel in the last days. (see Ezekiel 38).
Israel feels especially threatened by Iran, given the signing of the recent nuke deal and Teheran's repeated vows to destroy Israel. Add Russia to the mix, and what could go wrong?
(oh, and there really is a last trump coming, but it has nothing to do with our old pal "The Donald").
A wise man once said: "The Iran Nuke deal is worse than we could have imagined--the worst agreement in U.S. diplomatic history." -- Charles Krauthammer, columnist and Fox News analyst
"While people are saying, "There is peace and security," then suddenly destruction will come upon them as labor pains come upon a pregnant woman and they will not escape." 1 Thessalonians 5:3News:
- The Washington Free Beacon: "Iran: Obama Admin Lying About Nuclear Deal for Domestic Consumption"; U.S. downplays Iranian victory to 'soothe' fear over deal.
- Bloomberg News: "Top French Official Contradicts Kerry on Iran Deal"; apocalyptic picture if deal is killed not true.
- Associated Press: "Iran Says Deal Will Ban U.S. Experts From U.N. Nuclear Inspections"; nor will IAEA have access to "sensitive and military documents".