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article imageWill World End by Biological Attack or After American Civil War?

By Carol Forsloff     May 15, 2009 in World
In a world getting smaller, it’s good to get perspective on important medical or scientific information. Out of Russia comes speculation about the end of the world, that mentions biological attack as an issue or American civil war.
While the rest of the world gets sometimes fantastic news, as in over the top at times, Pravda isn’t immune from looking at world emergencies in quite dramatic fashion. A recent article discusses the prophecies from Vanga about World War III that Pravda maintains is now all over the Russian blogs. This prophecy says, “The war will begin in November 2010 and end in 2014. It will begin as a conventional war, then nuclear weapons will be used and then chemical weapons.” These are the words that are repeated, once given by the famous fortune-teller known by the Russians.
The conversation about biological warfare and its possibilities as part of the scenario for the end of the world began with discussion about the swine flu epidemic but has continued past that to speculation about biological attacks. These piggyback the blog comments and articles on the end of the world issues.
Sergey Markelov, who is described by Pravda as a doctor and political consultant, claims he has been to secret laboratories in Latin America that indicate the swine flu virus might be connected with biological weapons. He first declares two reasons for the appearance of global infections that include a first one which is mutation of a virus and a second type, where it leaks from secret laboratories. He believes there was a leak with respect to the swine flu, but the version was sealed. He talked about the location of swine flu labs that could be in Mexico or one of the Latin American states where he has seen many laboratories around. Markelov goes on to say, in answer to a question about the news of the virus being spread to detract attention from the global crisis that indeed the efforts could have been part of the information war. That war is either about the swine flu or the economic crisis.
Dr. Markelov considers the potential of biological attacks but also the possibility that the publicity surrounding the swine flu might be a political diversion from more serious types of attacks as he answered Pravda’s questions about these matters.
Uniquely another Russian has been cited in the American media concerning the possibility of a world war in 2010. A scholar by the name of Igor Panarin who is said to have been thinking about the future of the United States for about 10 years, has predicted that the country will begin to disintegrate sometime this year and lead to the next Civil War. Vanity Fair reported the observations of Panarin who has talked about the inevitability of war beginning as first a civil war in the United States.
The Wall Street journal’s contributions to the discussion on the anticipated end of the world on 2010, takes Panarin’s gloomy predictions and relates the following:
California will form the nucleus of what he calls "The Californian Republic," and will be part of China or under Chinese influence. Texas will be the heart of "The Texas Republic," a cluster of states that will go to Mexico or fall under Mexican influence. Washington, D.C., and New York will be part of an "Atlantic America" that may join the European Union. Canada will grab a group of Northern states Prof. Panarin calls "The Central North American Republic." Hawaii, he suggests, will be a protectorate of Japan or China, and Alaska will be subsumed into Russia.
The predictions follow speculations that are going on around the Internet, reflecting the concern expressed by world events. Russia remains one of the sources of this type of information, beginning with the fortune teller’s predictions to scientist’s statements on the matter of the end of the world in 2010. Russians discuss the potential of war first approached conventionally then expanding by chemical and biological weapons while at the same time predicting an American disintegration brought about by civil war. We might certainly hope they are wrong.
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