by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show:
A snap military exercise is one in which a potential combatant executes a known military exercise, against a known enemy, in the proximity of an enemy or its resources. The exercise quickly turns from a drill to a live event. In the Asian region, we are witnessing the potential for several “snap” exercises that could easily go live. In fact, suffice it to say, that two of my most trusted insider sources believe that this is a definite possibility in the present time and World War III could commence with almost no warning. In fact, one could say, with some degree of accuracy, that World War III, in many ways has already commenced.
Since I first reported on World War III scenarios in Asia, involving Korea, the fluid events keep shifting. However, the basic premise I ran with 10 days ago, remains in play only with more concrete detail.
Has China Gone On Nuclear High Alert?
China has approximately 250 operational nuclear weapons. Previously, China has kept the majority of nuclear weapons at a low state of readiness. If, for example, the Chinese were to be attacked by a pack of American Los Angeles subs and their payload of 8-16 nuclear missiles, the Chinese would have approximately 3-6 minutes to respond before their major capability to respond in kind with land based nuclear missiles before the war would be over. China, however, has a nuclear submarine fleet that is adept at stealth and the avoidance of being tracked by American satellites. From several incidents off of America’s west coast, it is known that the US cannot track these subs. This was frightening enough. However, there is some stronger circumstantial evidence that China may have upped the ante and is beginning to put its land based ICBM’s on high alert. Here is a report that surfaced on March 7th, six days ago. One of my insiders sources tells me that China would need 10-15 days of assembly and preparation to get their land based ICBM’s fully operational. Since the rumors of Chinese nuclear readiness is rumored to have started on, or about March 1st, we are in the time frame when this task is, or nearly complete. Interestingly, here is a report that surfaced this past week regarding this very topic and it went almost unnoticed.
Late last fall I wrote about two military exercises to be conducted in South Korea involving a record number, over 300,000 troops consisting of American and South Korean military personnel in exercises known as ‘Foal Eagle’ and ‘Key Resolve’. Each exercise takes place for several weeks.
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