Cuban Missile Crisis Mark 11

This IS World War Mark 111

by Katherine Frisk


On Friday the 12th of February, Patriarch Kirill of the Orthodox Catholic Christian Church in Moscow met with Pope Francis of the Roman Catholic Church in Rome, on the island of Cuba in Havana.

For an update on this meeting see:

Russian Orthodox Church Head, Pope hold historic meeting, sign call to end persecution of Christians

This after the Great Schism in 1054 A.D. when the Hagia Sophia of the eastern Church in Constantinople was sacked and robbed by the mercenaries of the west. A case of pick your hat?

The Turban with the cross on the top?

Or the Sumerian Dogon Fish Hat that shall rise from the sea in red and purple?


This is the Cuban Missile Crisis Mark 11. Mark 1, as you recall, in 1961 almost set the course for a Nuclear War between the USA and the Soviet Union, with Cuba as the central theme.

In those days, Camelot was in the White House, and America was the good guy. Years later, Kremalot is in the Kremlin and Russia is the good guy. My how the wheel turns!

On September the 19th 2015 in Havana, Pope Francis of the Roman Catholic Church made the remark that “the US and Cuba could be an example to the world, a world that needs reconciliation amidst this Third World War.”

F William Engdahl in his Op-Ed rightly asked:

“Was that meant to signal that, led by the militant banner of history’s first Jesuit Pope, the Vatican is bringing us into a World War III against Russia and her allies, most certainly also China? Very few statesmen or political leaders that I know of are calling this World War III today. Is the comment intended to signal that the thousand-year quest of the Roman church to eradicate Orthodox Christianity, for which Russia today is the bastion, along with Greece, Serbia and eastern Ukraine and elsewhere, is seen as the ultimate prize? Let’s devoutly hope not, and hope that the inserted phrase owed to fatigue or jet lag on the long flight from Rome to Havana.”

The three biggest issues between the two churches are:

  1. The Orthodox Church is Apostolic the Roman church is autonomous with the Pope as the head.
  2. The Orthodox Church regards the Holy Spirit as a separate entity through which we become spiritually baptised. The Roman Church sees the Holy Ghost as part of the Son.
  3. The Orthodox Church uses risen bread in communion. The Roman Church uses unleavened bread. Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Last Supper,” supports the former and the woman sitting at his right hand is a symbol of the Holy Spirit.

In early 2016, the Russian intervention in Syria to wipe ISIS off the face of the earth was noticeable for its lack of action. By the end of January, things began to speed up remarkably. What has become clear is that Putin is not going to back down. He will remove ISIS from Syria in no uncertain terms. And if invited, will do same in Iraq, which would mean the fall of Mosul occupation.

Vladislav-Surkov-Nuland_385194928A flurry of meetings between western “leaders” for lack of a better word, though none of them appeared to be acting on behalf of the President of the United States of America, took place.

Victoria Nuland-Kagan, the Khazar princess of the west, though some would rather call her the wicked witch of the west, made a surprise visit to Russia demanding to see “Your f#cking Tzar!”

Unfortunately, the duly-elected President of Russia, Mr Vladimir Putin with a 95% approval rate was not available. So she was invited to see the Spin Doctor Vladislav Surkov instead, who as rumor has it, can replicate a “color revolution,” Boston Bombing or Sandy Hook with more finesse and better crisis actors than his western counterparts. One wonders if he also has a bag of cookies in his arsenal? Kagan-Khazar was also heard to scream something along the lines of “you are going to start World War III!”

Even the Bilderberg Group got in on the act and sent die-hard “military men are just dumb animals” Kissinger for an emergency meeting with Putin.

John Kerry was heard to say, “What do you want me to do? Start a war with the Russians?”

Was this a rhetorical question?

A desperate bid was attempted at the UN for a cease-fire, which failed. It failed because the Saudi-backed rebels refused to take part.

Don’t blame me,” Kerry said, “Blame the opposition. It was the opposition that didn’t want to negotiate and didn’t want a ceasefire, and they walked away.”

So what is all the fuss about? Aleppo and Raka and ISIS finally being irradiated from Syria. While Takfiri, al Qaeda, ISIS, Daesh, Syrian “rebels,” (the multi-named, multi-headed, lunatic fringe, oil stealing, women- and children-abducting terrorists whom Bush and the gang have supposedly been fighting since 9/11 — though they have been funding them and supporting them along with the Muslim Brotherhood, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Israel, who supports them on the Golan Heights) are fleeing across the border into Turkey and Iraq, screaming foul as they go.

The western Murdoch Mockingbird media is insisting that they are all hard done by “refugees” and that Putin is creating an even worse refugee crisis. Gotta be the bad guy right? But if anyone has forgotten who these people really are, please see HERE and HERE as two examples of many.

Even the Wall Street Journal had to admit:

“About a half-dozen cities and towns targeted in the new regime offensives have one thing in common: All were held by a mix of Islamist and moderate rebel groups funded and armed by Saudi Arabia and Turkey. Complicating the picture is that some, but not all, of these groups collaborate with the al Qaeda-linked Nusra Front. That gives the regime and its allies fodder for their claim that they are fighting terrorism.”

But then on the 10th of February the US decided to “create” some “collateral damage” for the Russians. RT reported:

“Two US Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt II assault warplanes carried out airstrikes on the city of Aleppo on Wednesday, destroying nine facilities, Russia’s Defense Ministry reported. The same day, the Pentagon accused Moscow of bombing two Aleppo hospitals, while there were no Russian flights over the city.

Yesterday, at 13:55 Moscow time (10:55 GMT), two American A-10 assault aircraft entered Syrian airspace from Turkey, flew right to the city of Aleppo and bombed targets there,” Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said Thursday.

Also on Wednesday, Konashenkov recalled, the Pentagon’s spokesman, Colonel Steven Warren claimed that Russian warplanes allegedly bombed two hospitals in Aleppo.

In his words, some 50,000 Syrian have been allegedly deprived of vital services,”Konashenkov said, pointing out that Warren forgot to mention either hospitals’ coordinates, or the time of the airstrikes, or sources of information. “Absolutely nothing.”

Most interesting statement of Major General Igor Konashenkov .– US bombing hospitals Aleppo (subs) 

So what do the “rebels” know that we don’t? A massive build up on Turkey’s border and a Saudi buildup on the border of Iraq? Are they ready for an all out war? Is Kerry playing the innocent ”I tried to stop it but couldn’t” line? While the US still backs ISIS?

As usual this is all about oil and control of the Middle East and the whole of Eurasia. But the BZ “Grand Chessboard” is coming unraveled by the hour. China, Saudi Arabia’s biggest buyer of oil is insisting on being paid in Yuan, not the petro dollar. Russia is the main supplier of oil to China, Angola coming a close second. Angola has more oil than Saudi Arabia. Now that sanctions are lifted on Iran, they too will start pumping and are cutting deals with India. Also excluding the petro dollar.


All that aside, there are also the individuals and companies who have been buying oil from ISIS delivered to Turkey, where Erdogan and his son have been lining their pockets rather nicely. Western companies have also been buying up all this oil, and in effect have been funding ISIS through these purchases. See HERE and HERE.

Now Aleppo and Raka are about to fall into the hands of the Syrian Army with the assistance of Russia, Hezbollah and Iran, and their lucrative oil deals will tumble. No doubt Iraq will soon get the same assistance and will follow.

So that is the setting for World War Mark 111. What about the Cuban Missile Crisis Mark 11?

In a recent report from Pravda we find:

“From my point of view, should the war with Turkey start, it must be a determined, ambitious and quick war. Russia will have to strike a nuclear blow on main infrastructure and military targets in Turkey immediately – not on cities, of course, where people live, but on headquarters, major centers of communications, ammunition depots, airfields, ports. During the first few hours of this war, Russia must destroy the entire military infrastructure of Turkey,” Mikhail Alexandrov said. “One does not even have to use ballistic missiles in this strike – Iskander-M with nuclear warheads would be enough. As soon as the military infrastructure is destroyed, the Russian troops will go and take the area of the straits,” he added.

“The West will not even have time to do anything. European countries will be so horrified that they will not even dare to intervene. The Americans will face a choice – either they begin a strategic nuclear war against Russia or not. As a result, Russia will take the area of the straits, and the rest will be left to Turkey,” said the expert, explaining that “this is not a cunning plan of the aggressor, but the requested scenario of “what to do if the war breaks out.”

One has to wonder what the Roman Catholic Pope knew in when he said: “the US and Cuba could be an example to the world, a world that needs reconciliation amidst this Third World War.”

And now the meeting in Cuba with Patriarch Kirill.

Russia is not going to blink. It did not blink in Crimea and said no to the Kiev junta. It did not blink in Ukraine and said no to invading that country and sent much needed aid to the besieged Donbass instead. It has not blinked in Syria and has said no to all terrorists groups.

One thing I have learnt about bullies, they do not understand the word “no.” “No” does not exist in their vocabulary. They persist and persist and persist until you say “yes.” Or… you finally have had enough and take a knockout punch. To which they reply in surprise, “What did I do?” Or to quote Kerry, “wasn’t me it was him!”

neoconservatives-Neoconed1If the Neocons persist, if Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Israel persist, that knockout punch is coming. It is written.

To the Zionists in Tel Aviv, Jeremiah told you centuries ago. You did not listen then, and you are not listening now. Same sh#t different day. Read Jeremiah 34. Nothing has changed.

To all those who have besieged Damascus and laid it to waste, Isaiah told you centuries ago. You did not listen then, and you are not listening now. Same sh#t different day. Read Damascus The Anti Christ and Armageddon.

A Messiah came from the East. Cyrus the Great, and overthrew the suppressors. The plot never changes. It stays the same.

Katherine Frisk is a freelance writer, political commentator and the author of: Jesus Was A Palestinian.

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11 Responses to "Cuban Missile Crisis Mark 11"

  1. captain obvious  February 12, 2016 at 5:07 am

    this latest “business” of trying to demand a ceasefire..
    THAT is something agreed upon by two or more countries, NOT between a country and military mercenaries who are terrorizing a country. the demand, by implication, is an admission they DO have control over the military mercenaries that are pretending to be Syrian freedom fighters (that have come into Syria from over 50 different countries?!).
    what I don’t understand is that no one seems to get it, by demanding a ceasefire they ADMIT they are in control, and that it IS them warring against Syria!

    • Katherine Frisk  February 12, 2016 at 5:26 am

      lol Good Point! Maybe nobody really wanted a ceasefire in the first place. Not with a planned buildup in Turkey and Saudi to invade Syria from two ends. The thing is this. They need to provoc Russia so that Turkey and Saudi can ask for help from NATO. The plan has always been a Libya repeat, with a no fly zone and destroying Syrian infrastructure. With Russia in Syria this has now become a NATO Russia potential war. China and Iran will join Russia. The implications of this stupidity are horrendous.

    • captain obvious  February 12, 2016 at 8:37 am

      yup, and many many times now I’ve said (typed) that Assad and Putin should have declared Syria a no fly zone to ANYTHING not Syrian or Russian from the moment Russia entered the picture last September. Russia is the only country ever asked-invited to help Syria. it could have maybe prevented bombing Aleppo’s power and water supplies, and a whole lot of injured terrorists being airlifted out of Syria to hospitals in izrahell. I remember part of the list the District of Criminals deemed “non-lethal support”, like body armor, gas masks, encrypted radios for more secretive ATTACKS.. and lots more that are all VERY LETHAL.

    • Katherine Frisk  February 12, 2016 at 8:57 am

      Well if I look at Russia’s tactics, they are patient. They give people enough rope to hang themselves and then present it to the UN at a very timeous moment, or the G20 etc etc with lots of backup evidence and they cover themselves every step of the way with International Law. If anything they are thorough.

  2. Altimometer  February 11, 2016 at 10:54 pm

    Katherine, ever hear if the Castro bros. are jesuit? Not sure even the mighty Skankagen would be allowed to enter Moscow Russia’s restricted airspace without prearrangements made by someone. Her uncle Henry might report that his visit was informational if he could just remember what was discussed but yet the build-a-hamburger got their courier in there didn’t they. To be a fly on the wall during that meeting.

    • Katherine Frisk  February 11, 2016 at 11:15 pm

      I strongly suspect that everything that needed to be discussed has been discussed. That this is a photo op and media opportunity. It is a decision to support all Christians apparently, and Christians in the Middle East have been persecuted. The knock on from this is… Christians in Israel and Palestine. the extremist Zios have been burning churches and arresting priests for no reason. And then Bethlehem now has a wall around it. We shall see later today. Or this evening what comes out of it. I found this quote interesting in this article, you know the “burn heretics at the stake” jive? This implies that the Vatican did. “Fidel Castro has said that Kirill “is not the enemy of socialism. He does not condemn to eternal fire those of us who use Leninist Marxism as a basis to fight for a just world.” ”

    • Katherine Frisk  February 12, 2016 at 9:27 am

      How about the Vatican accepts responsibility and stops blaming the “Jews”for all their BS for a change? IN any case which “Jews”are you talking about? The Levite priests of the temple who were in bed with the ROMAN Legion and the Herod kings or the Essenes/Chritians? The Babylonian Talmud “Jews”or the Torah Jews and the Palestinian Talmud? The Khazar converts who are Zionists or the “Jews”who are not Zionists? Which “Jews”and Roman black nobility of Europe along with the Wahabbi are you talking about?

    • Katherine Frisk  February 12, 2016 at 5:17 pm

      Amelius the problem with that definition of “Judaism” is that the Talmud was not found amongst the Dead Sea Scrolls. Neither was the book of Esther. The Babylonian Talmud only dates from approximately 300 A.D. and at the time was in contrast to the Palestinian Talmud from Galilee. Both are commentaries not the actual texts. The people who wrote the Dead Sea Scrolls which are to date the oldest version of the Old Testament that we have, were “Jews”and I use that word with hesitation. Because it was derived from the area of Judea, which was only one fraction of Israel. Judea/Jews are not all of Israel. What is more these people who wrote these texts were not Pharisees, if anything they were opposed to the temple and everything that it stood for, including animal sacrifice and usury. Today some “Jews” want to rebuild the temple and already have hand picked a bull for sacrifice, which means that they themselves appear to have a scewed view of their own belief system.

    • Katherine Frisk  February 12, 2016 at 5:32 pm

      Further on this subject. these “Jews” were known as the Teachers of Righteousness. Noah was seen as one of the Righteous. They traced the Righteous in a line through history. Noah only had one wife. The Righteous did not practice polygamy. Another reason why they were opposed to the High priests of the temple and the Herod Kings. The Habakuk text does not see David as one of the Righteous because he had more than one wife. Joseph on the other hand was seen as Righteous because he had one wife. So going back to prior 1 A.D the term “Jews”is a misnomer. And if Rothschild thinks he is descended from David, he is in effect not one of the Righteous, ie Israel. But rather opposed to Israel.

    • Katherine Frisk  February 13, 2016 at 1:46 am

      The thing is, if you are going to profess to believe in something, then you need to know the real history of that belief. The first Temple for example. They have been tunneling under the dome of the rock for years and to date there is still no evidence of that temple. David in turn, there is very little evidence for him either. They have come to the conclusion that he was a minor tribal chief. Solomon also did not exist as we have been sold him. Comparative Egyptians studies suggests that he was Amenhotep and an Egyptian King. As for the temple, pick one there are so many down the Nile. So basically this story has been palgarized and overlaid. Animal sacrifice was rare in Egypt. The religion was based on Astronomy. Not cattle herding. I they had not destroyed the Great Library in Alexandria, Judaism as it is presented today would not exist. Hopefully between the Scrolls and archeology, a lot can be put right. Christianity in turn was born out of this world. By clarifying many issues were can get a better understanding of both Christianity and in turn Islam.

  3. davor  February 11, 2016 at 9:56 pm

    So what are they going to discuss? Palestine? Or the Qatari pipeline? Pipelines are neither Catholic nor Orthodox, pipelines are not of religious dimension. If they were concerned over fates of migrants they would have repeatedly issued encyclicals regarding oil and gas vs. the safety of indigenous. It may prove challenging since there was no mention of oil and gas in the gospels, but they have to address it, otherwise they will be regarded as quiet morons and blindfolded on purpose. One cannot serve both God and money. They cannot just confess the officials and then watch them over with blessing as they plunge the weaker into chaos. If Bush would come to Wojtyla and said “father I have sinned, but I have to destroy Iraq” he cannot just respond “go on my son, I absolve you”. Are they going to vote for another Samaria to be established in the Middle East?

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