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Saturday, March 31, 2012





The Soviet Threat To Alaska


Given the historical and existing current assumptions, as well as strategies involving the Soviet's Cold War era aspiration of Alaska; to wit, it's abundant natural resources, as well as Alaska's strategic location within the northern hemisphere; a thorough analysis of this prevalent threat is therefore required in order to arrive within a the framework of a predicated response which mitigates the omnipresent threat thereof.

Assumption #1:

Current global situations across the theater provide both a realistic, as well as favorable environment for an unprecedented incursion by the Soviet military apparatus into mainland Alaska territories.

The Russian geopolitical and economic situation(s) have reached a critical stage. Widespread dissatisfaction of Vladimir Putin's domestic and foreign polices has given rise to street level protests, some of which have turned deadly.

The primary hub of the Soviet Politburo has always been focused upon their maintaining the status quo within their organizational composition. Dissatisfaction has been historically dealt with at the extreme levels, or by carefully orchestrated deflection of the domestic issues through foreign interventionism; as was the case in the 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.

Assumption #2:

America and its NATO allies, as well as coalition partners, are presently involved within the scope of several multilevel regional conflict(s) which are quickly and disproportionately draining America's strategic reserves, both in the terms of resources and manpower, as well as public opinion.

Assumption #3:

Japan has recently fulfilled a multi-level commerce agreement with its arch-enemy The People's Republic of China. A deal that is viewed by the west as unprecedented, and gives potential for what many believed are a shift in the balance of power among Pan-Asian countries.

Japan is wholly reliant upon America and NATO for its defense, notwithstanding the empire's self-defense forces which are wholly inadequate in dealing with anything more than a local insurrection, or short-term conflicts within its own domicile.

Assumption #4:

The People's Republic of China has repeatedly warned America and NATO allies that interference with its domestic polices regarding Taiwan would harbor consequences. This is evidenced by the increasingly hostile attitude within the military stratocracy, and its aspiration for dominance within the Pan-Asian region; an area that China claims as sovereign territory--including Japan, the Philippines, Thailand, and other Pacific island within the circle of influence.

China's rapid military build-up, and the rearmament of the military services has grown exponentially over the last decade. Its current stockpile of short-range, and medium range missile, as well as its blue water naval capabilities, and strategic air assets; indicate a quiet reaffirmation of its foreign adventurism polices within the region.

Nuclear capabilities, as well as long-range delivery methods have likewise increased, as well as stealth fighter capabilities.

Assumption #5:

North Koreas continual tirade against its neighbors to the south, and threats of global nuclear conflicts have risen sharply since the demise of its former leader. North Korea's military governance has become increasingly hostile toward outsiders.

The primary supplier of weapons, armaments, and munitions to the North Korean military remains unchanged--China and Russia.

Assumption #6:

Given the volatile nature, as well as unpredictable tendencies of global economies, and the increasing shift in Asian attitudes towards the west; it should not surprise America and NATO when The People's Republic of China asserts its power against Taiwan through military force.

Intervention by America would create an immediate regional threat which has the capability to migrate into a global event. China's avowed partners include the Soviet Union, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and other Asian states.

American intercession would open the doors for other state players to enter the dispute; thereby creating opportunistic scenarios for the Soviet Union to fulfill its longstanding initiatives for the reacquisition of its former Alaskan territories.

Strategic Outlook:

Alaska is entirely dependent upon rail, maritime, roadway, and air transport of critical consumer, as well as defense inventories. Any minor disruption of these critical transportation system could create severe consequences for Alaska residents, as well as its military presence.

Within the scope of Alaska's territorial boundaries, certain geographic elements preclude rapid evacuation from affected areas. The ocean and mountainous barriers, as well as weather patterns create unfavorable conditions for a in-depth defensive stratagems. Given the technological advances, and weapons capability of the opponents, the Alaska military presence could offer but token resistance; much akin to the American strategic withdrawal into Seoul during the Korean conflict.

Alaska has little or no naval capability, and limited air capabilities. Given the Soviet invasion doctrine, the rapid development and employment of surface-to-air measures would greatly affect Alaska's air assets. The introduction of the SU-3000 missile system, as well as other delivery systems, likewise preclude air interdiction operations from within Canadian resources.

Soviet doctrines indicate a massed envelopment of the key facilities such as airfields, naval ports, commerce centers, as well as road junctures. Paratroop regiments and Spetnaz (Special Forces) could conceivably limit or restrict movement into or around denied areas; thereby creating static denial areas which preclude rapid facilitation of movement throughout the area; thereby limiting Alaskan mobility and/or tactical response(s).

Soviet naval transport forces, as well as air transportation capability would likely be utilized throughout Alaska, in an effort to secure key facilities. Within hours, the Soviets could transport several combat divisions into the areas already under their control.

It is theoretical that within three days, given the limited response capability within Alaska's military forces, that the Soviet Union could predictably occupy much of Alaska's cities, and other key strategic areas. It is without doubt that a "Denial of Opportunity" strategies employed by the Soviet forces could prevent rapid facilitation of reinforcements through Canada, or by sea lanes.

The proximity of Alaska to the Soviet Union, provides adequate defense in depth capabilities, as well as movement of critical supplies and additional follow-up forces.

Risk Mitigation & Response Strategies:

Understanding the geographical nature of Alaska, and its dependence upon outside resources, the military forces stationed within Alaska would be fighting on an asymmetrical forum. The defense would almost have to consists of delaying actions until reinforcements from other commands could arrive.

Given the current limited heavy armor, mechanized, and artillery disposition within the state's military organizational structures; it would be reasonable to assume an immediate, and potentially fatal assailment by Soviet military forces against these particular units.

Perhaps; in less than 72-hours the military presence in Alaska could be reduced to token levels of military resistance, if not a total capitulation of its forces into Soviet hands, as was the case during the Second World War Corregidor battles, whereby 30,000 combat troops surrendered to the Japanese forces due to lack of critical resources and reinforcement capabilities within the theater.

Key Response Strategies:

1. How would the Alaska State Guard be implemented in order to support Alaska's military forces?

2. Could a rapid draft of civilian citizens be mandated that would allow a swift integration into the overall defense of vital cities and/or population centers?

3. Are there sufficient military munitions inventories stockpiled in order to sustain multi-level protracted defensive actions?

4. Is it possible for Alaska to garrison adequate surface naval forces, as well as submarine capabilities to offset "denial of area" strategies utilized by a Soviet invasion?

5. What programs are currently active to protect vital government facilities, as well as civilian population centers?

6. Does Alaska maintain sufficient medical facilities, triage centers, and first echelon treatment capability to handle casualty rates of this nature?



Soviet Military Forces Disposition:

The Soviet military forces responsible for defense of the eastern region of the Soviet Union falls upon the Far Eastern Military District; a Red Banner Group commanded by Colonel-General O.L. Salyukov who assumed command in 2009.

The Far Eastern Military Districts is comprised of the following units:

14th Separate Brigade of Special Designation (Spetsnaz)

The 5th Army

The 35th Army,

HQ 68th Corps

Four Motor Rifle Divisions,

Four Machine-Gun/Artillery Divisions

83rd Airborne Brigade (With an incorporated light tank battalion)

635/654 and/or 954/598 Separate Airborne Battalions

Guards artillery battalion, and support units.

Ten units in the DVVO are now manned by contract servicemen.

Naval Forces Disposition:

Eastern Military District - Eastern Joint Strategic Command Pacific Fleet:

(1) Slava class cruiser

(1) Sovremennyy class destroyer

(4) Udaloy class destroyer

(3) Delta III class submarine

)2) Oscar class submarine

(5) Akula class submarine

(7) Kilo class submarine

The Pacific Fleet also includes coastal combatants such as corvettes and patrol ships, mine warfare vessels, support and logistic ships and light amphibious ships.

Naval Infantry:

9 motor-rifle brigades

1 tank brigade

1 Russian Airborne Troops brigade

1 Naval Infantry Brigade

7 bases for storage of weapons and equipment

Historical precedents accomplished by the Far Eastern Military District:

On August 20 Georgy Zhukov opened a major offensive with heavy air attack and three hours of artillery bombardment, after which three infantry divisions and five armoured brigades, supported by a fighter regiment and masses of artillery (57 thousand troops in total), stormed the 75,000 Japanese force deeply entrenched in the area. On August 23 the entire Japanese force found itself encircled, and on August 31 largely destroyed. Artillery and air attacks wiped out those Japanese who refused to surrender. Japan requested a cease-fire, and the conflict concluded with an agreement between the USSR, Mongolia and Japan signed on September 15 in Moscow. In the conflict, the Red Army losses were 9,703 killed in action (KIA) and missing in action (MIA) and 15,952 wounded. The Japanese lost 25,000 KIA; the grand total was 61,000 killed, missing, wounded and taken prisoner.

Shortly after the cease-fire, the Japanese negotiated access to the battlefields to collect their dead. Finding thousands upon thousands of dead bodies came as a further shock to the already shaken morale of the Japanese soldiers. The scale of the defeat probably became a major factor in discouraging a Japanese attack on the USSR during World War II, which allowed the Red Army to switch a large number of its Far Eastern troops into the European Theatre in the desperate autumn of 1941.

Summary of military units currently operating within the Far Eastern Military District:

Order of the Red Star Far Eastern Military District 2010:

Combat formations:

5th Army, in Ussuriysk

57th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Krasnodar"

59th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Sergeyevka equipped with BMP

60th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Kamen-Rybolov equipped with BMP

70th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Dukhovshchino-Khinganskaya", in Barabash equipped with MT-LBV

237th Reserve Base (89th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Bikin

245th Reserve Base (93rd Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Lesozavodsk

247th Reserve Base (94th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Sibirtsevo

35th Army, in Belogorsk

38th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Yekaterinoslavka equipped with BMP

64th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Khabarovsk equipped with BMP

69th Independent Brigade "Svir-Pomerania", in Babstovo

240th Reserve Base (90th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Belogorsk

243rd Reserve Base (92nd Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Khabarovsk

261st Reserve Base (95th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Mokhovaya Pad

18th Machine Gun-Artillery Division, in Goryachie Klyuchi

46th Machine Gun-Artillery Regiment

49th Machine Gun-Artillery Regiment

14th Independent Spetsnaz Brigade, in Ussuriysk

39th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Khomutovo equipped with MT-LBV

83rd Independent Airborne Brigade, in Ussuriysk

230th Reserve Base (88th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Dachnoye

392nd District Training Center, in Knyaze-Volkonskoye

Missile and Artillery formations:

20th Guards Missile Brigade "Berlin", in Spassk-Dalny

107th Missile Brigade "Mozir", in Birobidzhan

165th Artillery Brigade "Prague", in Nikolskoye

305th Artillery Brigade, in Ussuriysk

338th Guards MLRS Brigade "Nevsko-Dvinskaya", Novosisoyevka

7020th Artillery Reserve Base "Kharbin", in Ussuriysk

7021st Artillery Reserve Base, in Nikolskoye

Air-Defense formations:

5th Army

8th Air-Defense Missile Brigade "Shavlinskaya" equipped with the Buk missile system

641st Air-Defense Command Center

35th Army

71st Air-Defense Missile Brigade equipped with the Buk missile system

643rd Air-Defense Command Center

Radar formations:

76th Independent Radio Technical Brigade, in Vyatskoye

94th Independent Radio Technical Battalion, in Ussuriysk (5th Army)

1889th Independent Radio Technical Battalion, in Belogorsk (35th Army)

Engineering formations:

37th Engineer Regiment (35th Army)

58th Engineer Regiment (5th Army)

2463rd Independent Engineer Battalion, in Ussuriysk

7027th Engineer Reserve Base

NBC-Defense formations:

16th Independent NBC-Defense Brigade, in Galkino

70th Independent Flamethrower Battalion, in Razdolnoye

122nd Independent NBC-Defense Battalion, in Ussuriysk (5th Army)

135th Independent NBC-Defense Battalion, in Khabarovsk (35th Army)

Signal formations:

17th Independent Electronic Warfare Brigade

104th (Communications Hub) Signal Brigade "Kluzh", in Khabarovsk

106th (Territorial) Signal Brigade

54th Signal Regiment (35th Army)

86th Signal Regiment (5th Army)

156th Independent (Rear) Signal Battalion


[ The aforementioned assumptions are derived from my own research; and the following conclusions are likewise derived from my own research. The reader is advised to do his/her own research in order to arrive at their own conclusions. Franke Schein - March 30th 2012 - Anchorage, Alaska)

A quick analysis of the distance separating Alaska from the Russian Peninsula indicates that a mere 65(+/-) miles separates the two countries. 65-Nautical miles is nothing when considering the speed at which modern military formations are capable of producing.

Throughout the context of this document, it is clearly evident that the Far Eastern Military District is comprised of several Army Groups with attached support apparatus, as well as naval forces, and special forces units. The rapid deployment of these units, and their inherent cross-country capability is without doubt substantial in itself.

Unconfirmed analysis also indicates that at least four Hydro boats are deployed in the district, in order to facilitate rapid movement of combat regiments, light armor, and heavy armor units.

The several different airborne units, as well as the air-mobile units are part of the rapid deployment structure common to Soviet Doctrine of Warfare. The augmentation of several air-defense forces at both the Army Group, Divisional, and brigade levels; indicates a rapid response capability which matches the US capabilities in many degrees.

Artillery, chemical, military police, KGB, and other essential units are indigenous to the Military District's Operational structure.

What is concerning are the number of submarines laying just off Alaska's coastal areas; some of which have been updated with modern technologies and weapons delivery systems. It's would be feasible for these submarine forces to deny access to the Bearing Sea, or even the Pacific approaches that could be utilized by the US Naval Forces.

In all; there exists a colossal Soviet military force within quick striking distance of Alaska's shores. Given that the American military presence in Alaska is minimal; should a cross oceanic invasion occur, the Soviets would likely seize large swaths of strategic areas within Alaska, while denying the Alaska military forces movement capability.

I believe that American military force's only option would be to conduct delaying tactics while reinforcements from the lower-48 states could arrive. Much like the obstacles that US/ROK forces faced during the Korean war; would in all likelihood be repeated here in Alaska.

Soviet warfare doctrine has not change much since World War Two. Their advancement in weapons capabilities, as well as war-fighting and signals technology mirrors the achievement of the US. But, their special designation units, as well as advance teams would likely infiltrate into Alaska before the planned invasion. This is evidenced in the Soviets previous cross-border invasions since the 1915 era wars. Afghanistan, Chechnya, Georgia, and other break-away republics were dealt with in the same manner.

Historically the Airborne units, special forces, as well as air-mobile units would be the first echelon formation. Their movement would without doubt, be preceded by a massive air campaign against US Air force assets, as well as a rapid employment of anti-air units to counter any potential attacks by American air assets, and submarine based missile strikes against American artillery units.

Soviet Advance teams could feasible shut down major maritime ports, airfields, and highways leading away from the proposed naval landing areas. Follow-Up forces would include mechanized infantry, light and heavy tanks, as well as mobile rocket launchers and field artillery.

A gradual widening of the area, and pacification of the surrounding civilian areas would then be next on the roster. Pacification is normally carried out through intimidation by a strong show of force, or the outright executions of community leaders, resistance units, and captured military personnel.

Soviet doctrine dictates a rapid envelopment of key objectives, and control of roads, bridges, and government facilities within a 24-hour period. Follow-up forces then bring combined arms units (mechanized Infantry with heavy tank support) against strategic areas. Air defense and field artillery units are an integral parts of this doctrine.

These assumptions and conclusions are based upon an invasion forces seizing a single objective along Alaska's coastline. It's quite possible, and very likely, that several different ports and airfields across Alaska would be seized at the same time. If this is truly the case, then I submit that an asymmetrical war would greatly intensify the conflict beyonf what the Alaska based military is capable of dealing with.

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Situational Alert:


President Obama today shut-off Iran’s capability to export their oil to other countries, and promised swift financial actions against countries that ignore these UN sanctioned actions.

[ Details can be found here:  Obama sets stage for tough new sanctions targeting Iran’s oil  ]

In earlier articles I have warned that increased sanctions against Iran could lead to fifth column attacks against America and it’s allies. I am concerned about the possibilities that Iranian Special Forces teams located in America, could undertake actions against civilians, and perhaps America’s oil production system.


I am advising that everyone maintain a situational awareness through the next few weeks. as this situation develops, it could suddenly intensify with little or no warning.


The Israeli Defense Forces are prepared to initiate a strike against Iran at the first sign of Scuds or missile emanating from that area.


Folks; the world will not be safe until the madmen in Tehran have their nuclear toys taken away.


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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Jihad: Where is The Outrage






Mohamed Merah, a 23 year old Jihadist from Afghanistan killed seven people, including several children. Take a close look at these kids and then ask yourself one simple undeniable truth:


Why are they keeping quiet about the premeditated slaughter of these children?

I won’t post that bastards picture on my blog, but in an even more disgusting development, the father that sired this SOB wants to sue France for killing his son. Of course Momma is all tore up that her son was killed, and never once says anything about the dead children that have been flown to Israel for burial.


Remember this folks; it’s election year—and those people running for office that have given these monsters a voice in American policies should be remembered for their action when you step into the voting booth.


It’s only a matter fo time before more of these jihadist murders start occurring the the USA

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Attorney General Eric Holder 1995: We Must ‘Brainwash’ People Against Guns


November elections are coming around fast. Remember this when you head into the voting booth. It’s guys like Eric Holder, and those that appoint them—that should dictate who you cast your vote for. Don’t complain about things that you don’t like, if you are not willing to step up to the plate and do something about them. Your apathy negates your right to whine about it later.



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Friday, March 16, 2012

Current Trends:



Volcano Eruption in Japan on Tuesday, 13 March, 2012 at 15:15 (03:15 PM) UTC.


Sakurajima continued its second day of violent eruptions on Tuesday, spewing hot rocks and ash, but there was no major damage in the vicinity, the Japanese Meteorological Agency said. The agency said Monday's powerful eruption was the most forceful since 2009. The volcano is located in the southern prefecture of Kagoshima. The Meteorological Agency added that the volcano has been erupting steadily for the last two years, but the eruption on Monday turned violent, throwing 50-centimetre (1 foot 6 inches) rocks nearly 1.2 miles away, the furthest since 2009. In response, the Meteorological agency extended the eruption warning to residents living further away from the mouth of the volcano. The volcano has already had over 300 eruptions this year. Sakurajima volcano, one of Japan's more active volcanoes, resumed activity in 1955 and has been active ever since. Sakurajima volcano in Japan's southern Kagoshima prefecture erupts violently in what officials say is the most powerful since 2009, though there has been no damage so far.


Volcano Activity in Colombia on Saturday, 10 March, 2012 at 03:56 (03:56 AM) UTC.


The Nevado del Ruiz volcano, whose eruption 26 years ago killed around 25,000 people, is showing signs of activity after nearly 20 years laying dormant, said Colombian geological group Ingeominas Thursday. Early Friday morning, geologists completed an observational fly-over with the assistance of the Colombian Air Force, during which they photographed the Nevado del Ruiz volcano and noted "ash on the glacier, near the crater rim and on the eastern flank," as well as a 4,500 foot gas column at the mouth of the volcano. During the same day a seismic tremor was reported along with an increase in sulfur dioxide emissions. All of these factors signal that the volcano is heating up. Located about 80 miles west of Bogota, Nevado del Ruiz is an active volcano that produces pyroclastic flows, or swift currents of hot gas and rock that lead to destructive mudslides. There have been numerous eruptions over the centuries, with the most recent was on November 13, 1985.


Volcano Eruption in Russia [Asia] on Friday, 09 March, 2012 at 08:22 (08:22 AM) UTC.


Friday saw a new eruption of the Bezymianny volcano on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Russian Far East. Earlier in the day, the volcano spewed ash up to 8 kilometers high, seismologists said, adding that the eruption does not pose a threat to population centers in the area. One of the most active volcanoes in the world, Bezymianny is located 350 kilometers northeast of the city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. During its most powerful eruption in 1956, the 2,800-meter volcano ejected about three cubic kilometers of volcanic debris in a very short time.

Volcano Eruption in USA on Friday, 09 March, 2012 at 04:02 (04:02 AM) UTC.


Monitors have detected what is described as a small explosion at the Cleveland Volcano in Alaska. The volcano is located in Alaska's remote Aleutian Islands, southwest of Anchorage. According to the Alaska Volcano Observatory, the eruption happened just after 7 p.m. Wednesday. The incident was similar to eruptions in December which sent small ash clouds into the atmosphere. But they were small enough to dissipate quickly, and did not interfere with air traffic. Photos of the latest explosion was masked by cloud cover so satellite imagery is unavailable.


Volcano Eruption in Ecuador on Monday, 05 March, 2012 at 03:33 (03:33 AM) UTC.


Ecuador's Instituto Geofísico (IG) reports an increase of Tunguarahua volcano's activity: Since last night (3 March), 4 explosions have been reported of moderate to large size. An explosion at 07:31 local time today produced an ash columnreaching about 4 km in height and drifting to the west - northwest. A second explosion took place at 09:11 (local time) and produced a strong shock wave that rattled the ground and windows in nearby areas. CLoud cover has prevented detailed observations, but with the help of thermal sensors, hot fresh deposits were detected on the flanks, suggesting they were the result of a pyroclastic flow. In the morning, the observatory post at Cusúa reported the presence of hot deposits on the upper flank typical for fresh pyroclastic flow deposits. Ash fall was reported from Choglontús, Manzano and Motilones areas before, and this morning ashfall reached the Yuibug area. The monitoring system has been recording variable seismicity and powerful tremor episodes lasting minutes to hours (which probably indicate rising magma), interrupted by short moderate to large explosion signals corresponding to the ash eruptions from the growing lava dome.


Preliminary Earthquake Report

Magnitude: 5.2

Mercalli scale: 5

Date-Time [UTC]:
17 March, 2012 at 01:49:28 UTC

Local Date/Time: Saturday, March 17, 2012 at 01:49 at night at epicenter

7° 4.800, 123° 23.400

634 km (393.95 miles)

Indonesian Archipelago


124.0 km (77.05 miles) of Pangalia,

Generated Tsunami:
Not or no data!

Not or not data!

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Alaska 2012: Polar shift (Repost From February 2012)


This is a repost of an article that I wrote in February 2012. It’s rather uncanny how much of what what explored in this article has come to fruition two years later.


In a previous article I discussed the consequence of another earthquake in Alaska, such as occurred in 1964. This article will deal with a more frightening scenario—Pole Shift.

In this hypotheses, it is summarized by several factors leading to a shifting in the poles. However; there is considerable speculation as to what might actually occur in this event.

Generally there are two distinct types of pole shifts that could occur:

The geophysical pole shift scenario; whereupon the north and south poles change relative position, and the geomagnetic pole shift—a scenario that has the inner (magnetic core) of the earth shifting due to some outside interference.

Geophysical Pole Shifting was the basis for the blockbuster movie 2012; In the movie, the earth’s physical poles shifted due to an interaction with a rogue planet passing through our solar system. This scenario is embraced by many ardent followers of the Planet-X scenario. Among the followers are the Zeta’s. An internet based survival group that been on the scene for twenty or more years.

In their Troubled Times forum, Anchorage Alaska is described as;

“Anchorage is dealt several blows during the shift, as it lies along a coastline, is near a chain of volcanoes, and borders the Pacific where subduction of plates will occur. During the week of rotation stoppage, the water normally pooled at the equator due to the effect of rotation will drift toward the poles, equalizing. Thus, the tides will be higher. At the shift, the volcanoes to the west will explode spewing ash over the nearby vicinity, which will become upwind to Anchorage to some degree due to the prevailing westerly winds which will still pull the ash toward Anchorage. Sloshing water, already higher than normal along the coast, will rise to the tops of the buildings in the city. After the shift, however, the ocean fishing, and the familiarity of the people with this activity, should prove a good lifestyle. Survivors will need to become accustomed to a very warmer climate, as the new Anchorage will be close to the new equator. “

“Alaska will fare well during the coming geological changes for a number of reasons. Where it is now in a cold climate, it will move to a very temperate location. The volcanic eruptions anticipated where Alaska's active volcanoes now exist should blow out across the water, not inland, under the influence of the new prevailing westerly winds, so the land should be spared. And since it is scarcely populated, there will not be the problem of masses of starving humans to contend with, which can create destructive riots. In selecting locations in Alaska, one should consider the possibility of tidal waves along the coast, but the key consideration should be the volcanoes, which are already active, and which will increase their activity to the point of exploding during the pole shift.

The Alaskan Pipeline will inevitably be fractures along its course during the pole shift and will thus drain dry. What oil does not soak into the ground will be lit and burned during the lightning storms that occur during the pole shift, a burning that might start at only one place but will spark burning along the entire course. Oil that does not drain out of the pipeline will burn at the ends, creating a torch that may burn for months.”



The effects of a geophysical pole shift would include the following catastrophes:
· Mega-Earthquakes
· Tsunamis
· Large scale Volcanic eruptions
· Cyclonic winds
· Massive Inland flooding
· Meteor showers
· Wild fires
· Tectonic Plate shift
· Ocean sloshing
· Geophysical position change

This particular scenario is horrific in itself. The basis for this hypotheses has been argued by several learned scholars, and the potentialities discussed over the years by think tanks and various government agencies. While none have publically announced that this scenario is credible, none have denounced it either.

Currently there are reams of pages that point to the likelihood of this scenario occurring in the early part of December 2012. Chief among them are the ancient Mayans predictions, Edward Cayce, Jean Dixon, Nostradamus, and others who have published prophecies regarding this. Additionally the Holy Bible also predicts a similar fate—though no exact date is given therein.

If a number of volcanoes were to erupt either at the same time, or in sequence throughout the course of a week; the result would lead to a “Nuclear Winter” scenario. The introduction of massive ash clouds into the upper atmosphere would block out the sunlight, and temperatures would drop significantly. A sudden drop in temperatures would thereby have cataclysmic effects on the entire globe.


In a geomagnetic pole shit, the magnetic poles would change polarity, and many scientists feel that this scenario is more plausible, and more likely to occur. Experts believe that the present magnetic field changes are a prelude to such a pole shift scenario.

One cannot also discount the recognized association between earthquakes and the movement of the planets. Tidal like effects drive the oceans tides, and is thought to also affect wildlife, as well as human moods and behaviors.

The Dark Rift is the galactic alignment of the December solstice sun with the Galactic equator. This alignment occurs as a result of the precession of the equinoxes. This Galactic Alignment occurs only once every 26,000 years, and was what the ancient Maya were pointing to with the 2012 end-date of their Long Count calendar. Many people strongly believe that the galactic alignment will signal the end of the world scenarios.

No matter what anyone believes, the fact is that we are witnessing first hand a rapid and progressive change in our world. Winter storms have been more severe than before, flooding has plagued many of the Midwest states, while drought has affected others.

Marine sea life have mysteriously beached themselves on the shorelines of our coasts, baffling the scientific community. Black silt that is normally found on the ocean floor, has turned up in the Gulf of Mexico, and nobody can explain how it got there, or even why. Earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanic activity has increased dramatically over the last few years.

All of these occurrences correspond to the fact that planet earth is presently undergoing severe changes. The future outcome is as of yet unpredictable, but many people around the world are convinced that in 2012 mankind will undergo a catastrophic event that will rapidly change our planet, and perhaps erase a large percentage of the human population.

Historically it has been proven that our ancestors endured a similar fate during their time on this small planet. Considering the fact that most of the deserts around the world were once lush tropical continents, and the unmitigated fact that fossilized fish have been found in our southern deserts, and also in the Hindu Kusch mountains—would substantiate that earth’s history is filled with pole shift theories.

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Alaska The Last Frontier State

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Afghan President Hamid Karzai: The two faces of politics

Isn’t it kind of obvious that Karzai has already made up his mind where he will lead his country? His constant attacks against the principles of America should be a non-brainer” for those occupying the White House and State Department.

“President Hamid Karzai said a U.S. service member killed 16 people - nine of them children and three women - in a shooting spree Sunday that he condemned as "an assassination."

“Karzai demanded an explanation from the United States, adding new tensions to a relationship already severely strained over Americans burning Muslim holy books on a base in Afghanistan.”
BUT; whenever another American is killed in that 15th Century backwater country he has nothing to say!

Two American officers were shot dead at close range in Afghanistan No quote from Karzai on these deaths.

30 Americans Killed in Afghanistan Helicopter Crash  Afghan President Hamid Karzai sent his condolences to President Obama, according to a statement issued by his office. (Obama didn’t loose anyone is this incident. Why couldn’t Karzai say something to the families of those that died?)

As many as 13 Americans killed in Afghanistan suicide bombing No comment or quote from Karzai about these deaths. Guess he was to busy to thank Americans for dying for his freaking country, and keeping his sorry ass in office.

Two More Americans Killed In Afghanistan No comment or quote from Karzai about these deaths. Once again the true face of an anti-American is revealed.
Here you go Karzai; these are the faces of the sons and daughters of Americans that have fallen in that awful war. A war that began with terrorists in your country planning the wholesale murder of innocent Americans around the world. Let’s not forget that you were in Exile because there was a price on your head. You are free to walk in your own country because Americans gave you that freedom.

--Franke Schein

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Monday, March 12, 2012

Hamas Terrorist Attack Video


Over the past four days, life has become unbearable for the people of southern Israel. With over 300 rockets exploding in Israeli territory, their days were reduced to keeping within 15 seconds of a bomb shelter

Video of rocket attacks by Palestinian terrorists. Actual footage from people in their homes as the rockets are raining down into their neighborhood. So far there have been 200 rockets fired into Israel.



Tell me again how these bastards in Gaza can claim that they are freedom fighters.


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Thursday, March 8, 2012

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Monday, March 5, 2012

Be thankful that you are in America




Graphic videos from presents day Iraq. This is what happens when Iranian Special Forces pose as Iraqi citizens. Imagine what would happen if these bastards are turned loose on the streets of America.



China executes more of its citizen that any other country on the face of the earth. The costs of the executioners bullet is sent to the family of the deceased prisoner.

Be thankful that you live in America that operates under the presumption of innocence allowing due process.


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Friday, March 2, 2012

Welcome to 2012: Weather Phenomenon rise

Welcome to 2012; and you thought it was all just fluff.

Tornadoes are roaring across the country tearing up cities and towns, as well as killing indiscriminately as it traces a path cross the mid-west.



Indiana is one of the hardest hit areas:

Is this just the beginning…?

The Bug Out Vehicle


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One of the primary element of my own family survival plan is the ability to quickly get away in the event something happens.

Here in Alaska we are faced with several real potentials for disasters. All of our plans detail our little family being able to stop whatever we are doing, and jump into the main BOV that awaits us in the driveway.

I have outfitted with old Suburban 4x4 with a brand new 5.7L 350hp engine, reworked all of the electronics, and outfitted the truck with programmable scanner, mobile HAM/Commercial radio, and a standard Citizen’s Band radio.

Double stuffed winter tires, and extra lights keep us on the road during those long and dark winter nights when seeing 50 yards up the road is almost impossible without High Intensity Discharge (HID) spotlights. They are tinted in blue in order to cut through the snow.

Inside the 4x4 we keep extra a clothing, wool blankets, tools, and our personal survival gear. Theirs is 1-month worth of food in back, as well as a full blow EMT kit for medical emergencies. Extra fuel cans, motor oil and fluids round out the inventory.

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The roads in Alaska are ALWAYS glazed over with ice. Unlike the lower-48 states where the snowplows keep the roads clean; here in Alaska we have so much snow, that it is always ice covered and dangerous. Whiteouts occur with little or no warning, and oftentimes the weather will change in a heartbeat. Those who venture out into the remote areas have to keep basic survival supplies in the car, or they could potentially die within a few miles of the nearest gas station. Most small (mom & pop) gas stations close a little after dark-thirty.



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The radios utilized by The Alaska Watchmen Group are Yeasu FT1900R 55-Watt mobile HAM radio that have the MARS/CAP option installed. The radio is capable of receiving and transmitting on the 136 MHz – 174 MHz band. In a SHTF event, a 100-Watt power amplifier cross-linked to a repeater system allows the group to maintain constant radio communications with each team.



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[ Better days for the old 4x4 Work-Horse ]


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[ Typical Spring Weather In Alaska ]

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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Survival Basics

Food War

Guns & Gear

Rouge paramilitary survivalists

Global Medical Pandemic

Reality Sucks

Good Survival Planning