“Conversion of Russia” Update:
China Will Target U.S. With Nuclear Missiles
by Christopher A. Ferrara
The “conversion of Russia” just keeps rolling on. On January 9, 2001 Associated Press reported that Russia’s strategic and military partner, Red China (to which the Pope has just apologized for the “sins” of 19th Century missionaries), “is expected to have between 75 and 100 long-range nuclear missiles pointed at the United States by 2015, roughly quadruple the current number, according to a CIA report released Wednesday.”
Now 75 or 100 missiles may not sound like very much, but three things must be noted: (1) they are more than enough to wipe out the United States; (2) the U.S. has no anti-missile defenses, and (3), perhaps most worrisome of all, warns the CIA report, “Many of those intercontinental ballistic missiles will be on mobile launchers, helping China maintain a nuclear deterrent against the vastly larger U.S. missile force.”
Furthermore, “the Chinese military is developing three new missile systems, all of which could be fielded by 2010 [and] the Chinese may also be able to mount multiple-independent re-entry vehicles — MIRVs — on its older silo-based missiles. These enable a single missile to launch warheads at several targets, vastly increasing potential damage.”
Meanwhile, the same CIA report also warns that “North Korea and Iran will probably have long-range missiles capable of reaching the United States by 2015.” And let’s not forget Russia itself, which will “still have far and away the largest nuclear missile inventory capable of hitting the United States.”
Our Lady of Fatima warned that if the Consecration of Russia were not done as She requested, “Russia will spread its errors throughout the world…” She also promised, however, that “In the end My Immaculate Heart will triumph. The Holy Father will consecrate Russia to me, which will be converted, and a period of peace will be granted to the world.”
In the vision depicted in the Third Secret the Pope is executed by a band of soldiers as he kneels before a wooden cross outside a half-ruined city. The words of Our Lady explaining this vision have yet to be produced. (Many believe the missing words follow the never-completed phrase “In Portugal the dogma of the Faith will always be preserved, etc.” in Sister Lucy’s fourth memoir.) At this point, however, it seems reasonable to believe that the vision predicts the final persecution of the Church after Rome is destroyed in some sort of attack.
In any event, in view of the threat from China and the Sino-Soviet military alliance recently forged, and the rise of world terrorism supported by Chinese and Russian hardware and technology, the continued insistence of the Vatican apparatus that the Third Secret depicts an unsuccessful attempt on the life of the Pope twenty years ago is shaping up as one of the greatest follies in human history.