Another U.S. civil war looming?

According to an obscure report in the European Union Times (EUTimes.net), “Russian military analysts are reporting to Prime Minister Putin that U.S. President Barack Obama has issued an order to his Northern Command (USNORTHCOM)’s top leader, U.S. Air Force General Gene Renuart, to ‘begin immediately’ increasing his military forces to 1 million troops by January 30, 2010, in what these reports warn is an expected outbreak of civil war within the United States before the end of winter. According to these reports, Obama has had over these past weeks ‘numerous’ meetings with his war council abut how best to manage the expected implosion of his nation’s banking system while at the same time attempting to keep the United States’ military hegemony over the world in what Russian military analysts state is a ‘last ditch gambit’ whose success is ‘far from certain.'”
The EU Times article continues by saying, “To the fears of Obama over the United States erupting into civil war once the full extent of the rape and pillaging of these peoples by their banks and government becomes known to them, grim evidence now shows the likelihood of this occurring much sooner than later.”
The Times story goes on to say that there are “over 220 million American people armed to the teeth and ready to explode.”
The Times article concludes by saying, “Though the coming civil war in the United States is being virtually ignored by their propaganda media, the same cannot be said of Russia, where leading Russian political analyst, Professor Igor Panarin

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