Could You Survive The Invasion Of America And Living Under Enemy Occupation? The ‘Art Of Staying Alive’
Could You Survive The Invasion Of America And Living Under Enemy Occupation? The ‘Art Of Staying Alive’ by MT Taylor – All News Pipeline
Can you survive a coming foreign invasion of America? And if you do, could you manage to stay alive under enemy occupation?
But don’t worry…. After all, nobody really believes this country will be invaded by foreign enemies, do they—that is, nobody except the prophets!
All over the Web we can read blogs or watch hundreds of videos warning about a coming invasion of the USA by Russia and China. Confirming voices include pastors, prophets and prayer walkers like Henry Gruver, Dimitru Duduman, and Chuck Youngbrandt, along with a host of others who have had dreams and visions of a future takeover of America.
One of the most famous is the waking dream General George Washington had more than 200 years ago when he saw before him “a fearful scene.” It pictured an invasion of hordes of armed men from Europe, Asia and Africa marching by land and coming by sea to attack America.
“I dimly saw these vast armies devastate the whole country–the villages, towns and cities which I had seen springing up,” Washington said. “As my ears listened to the thundering of the cannon, clashing of the swords, and the shouts and cries of millions in mortal combat, I heard a mysterious voice saying, ‘Son of the Republic, look and learn.’”
On Steve Quayle’s website, prayer walker Gruver recently described his vision of a devastating nuclear attack on the U.S. by Russian submarines lurking close to our coastlines (as shared in 1st and 2nd videos below). Similarly, Catholic Priest Father Andrew Wingate has shared online visions of America’s invasion by a united Russian and Chinese army, aided by other communist countries.
In almost every prophetic vision of war, the weapons of destruction are SS19 Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles. Recently unveiled by Russia and dubbed Satan, they are called the world’s most powerful missiles, capable of wiping out the Eastern Seaboard or devastating an area the size of Texas.
Once that happens, what comes next? After the invasion—occupation!
Those who are still alive after a bloody war and enemy takeover will wish they had heeded prophetic warnings when they look up to see a red and gold Chinese flag waving over this nation. Or it could be the tri-color white, blue and red flag of Russia—or both.
In just one day, Americans could wake up to find that we are slave labor for the captors who rule over us. This brings us to the relevant question: How do you survive behind enemy-occupied lines?
Of course, in this country most people don’t want to think about the prospect of a foreign invasion. The idea is too remote, and besides, we’re having too much fun playing with social media on our phones, twittering, taking sides on political issues and watching protesters tear the country apart.
But as North Korea and other rogue nations develop more powerful and sophisticated weapons of destruction, even the mainstream news is recognizing that war is looming ever closer to these shores.
So it’s wise to seriously consider the chances of survival for you and your family not only in the case of war, but in the aftermath of war when foreign troops patrol the land. Suddenly the realization comes that you need to think out of the box and learn some new tricks to placate your captors and stay alive.
It helps to remember that though life is tough, other peoples in war-torn countries have survived and lived to see the fighting stopped. A good example is France, which endured Nazi domination from 1940 to 1944.
Many during this time learned that the art of staying alive was to make themselves invisible and to do as they were told. Common sense told them to keep a low profile and not try to stand out or speak against the enemy.
Survival guidelines posted by the Hub Pages noted that under the German occupation, people had to consider their options: resist and put family and friends in danger or placate their captors and save lives, at least in the short term.
Some of the guideline tips: Don’t use the language of your captors, even if you know it. If questioned, make a sign of not understanding and go your way. In other words, don’t deal with or provoke the invader.