Russia Says ‘Global Catastrophe On Its Way’, Deploys Thousands Of Troops

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Russia deploys troops ahead of a series of natural disasters about to strike the world, according to the Kremlin

Russia has ordered an acceleration of troop movements in the Eastern Military District following reports that a global catastrophe is on its way. 

Around 25,000 troops have been deployed since the 19 April, 2016, in a “drill framework” designed not to arouse fears in the general population. Troops have been told to be on full alert for a possible mega-earthquake any day now, should the Pactific Plate begin to fracture. reports:

Doctor-Scientist Mehran Keshe this past year, this report continues, had warned about this catastrophe saying that North and South America could “split” and that mega tsunamis could “strike America and Asia killing 40 million people”.

This grim assessment was concurred with by American Doctor-Scientist Roger Bilham of the University of Colorado Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES), this report says, and wholikewise has warned that the “The current conditions might trigger at least four earthquakes greater than 8.0 in magnitude, and if they delay, the strain accumulated during the centuries provokes more catastrophic mega earthquakes.”

Most in danger, this report notes, are peoples living near and around the Cascadia Subduction Zone along the North American coasts of Canada and the United States—and who’s grim assessment of the worst that could happen reads like a biblical account of the end of days.

This report concludes by shockingly stating that (as of this reports release in the Kremlin) no efforts are being seen by either the American or Canadian governments to either prepare for or warn their citizens of what could potentially occur if the Pacific Plate continues its rapid expansion and that has already cost the lives of hundreds in both Japan and Ecuador.


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