Russia’s Plans to Start WWIII

The Arctic region is known to hold large amounts of untapped oil and gas reserves. The United Nations previously canceled all previous land claims on the North Pole. This is in response to these territories being at the center of several disputes between the United States, Russia, Canada, to a large degree, and includes Norway and Denmark, to a smaller degree. This dovetails with the giveaway of seven oil rich Islands which should be a part of Alaska but was given away to Russia. Senator Begich from Alaska wrote a letter in response to my claims of treason with regard to the giveaway of these Islands and said that these Islands always belonged to Russia and the proof for this dates back to 1867. Then this should have never been a point of contention in the Alaska media, and it was, when the transfer was made (See the map featured below of the disputed Islands that appeared repeatedly in the Alaskan media at the time of the transfer). My military sources should not be concerned with this giveaway if this was only a benign giveaway, but they are highly concerned as they have pointed out to me that three of the Islands could be ideal origination points for a Russian invasion of Alaska. The other four Islands serve to support Russian military forays into the mineral rich Arctic region. The duplicitous nature of the Begich letter, published by a reader, in the comment section of my website, should be cause for concern because the emerging facts suggest that Russia is preparing to conquer and possess the mineral rich resources of the Arctic.

Russia’s Plans to Start WWIII

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