It is believed that Russia will use a modified scissors strategy in the case of a World War III.
When World War III begins, my sources believe that Syria will serve as a deception and the Russians will employ a Sun Tzu strategy by drawing some US forces to Syria and then focus their attack in Afghanistan where the bulk of the US ground troops are stationed. They will be hopefully outnumbered and Obama and Russians will have neutralized the backbone of our ground forces.
It is difficult to imagine that when American soldiers pursue our self-created boogey man, ISIS, into Syria, that Russia will not immediately retaliate by attacking Alaska. My deep background sources have concluded the Battle for Alaska will be over in hours/days as Russian forces will cut through Alaska, with the help of prepositioned assets, like a hot knife through butter. Within just a few short days, British Columbia, Washington, Montana and Oregon will be imperiled.
It was revealed that Russia had obtained the consent of the Cuban leadership to place “the latest mobile strategic nuclear missiles on the Island…” Recently, the Russians surprisingly docked a Russian spy ship in Havana. This is the Cuban Missile Crisis revisited!
My sources are adamant that Cuba is being militarized by Russia as I write these words. Cuba, along with deployed Russian troops and troops “borrowed from fellow Latin American countries will form the center of the invading Army from the Southeast along with the support of the Russian Navy and Air Force.
Most are aware that the Russians are militarizing the Arctic, presumably to secure vast amounts of mineral wealth. However, there is a also a tactical advantage behind the stationing of Russian troops at the North Pole.
A move to split the U.S. would be necessary before a full invasion could be successful. The thinking of some military strategists would include the belief that a mid continent invasion is necessary to accomplish the goal of splitting up of America.
Certainly, Russian forces in the southern regions of the Arctic could accomplish this goal.
The plan entails sweeping southward through Canada and entering the U.S. at the Minnesota/Canadian border. If the invasion was initiated during the coldest part of the year, this would give the Russian Arctic forces advantages over American forces who would be less equipped than their American counterparts.
This phase gives some hint as to the time of year that we could see the commencement of the attack upon the United States. The winter would provide the best cover for invading Russian forces from both the Northwest and from due North.
Phase six is designed to move south and southeast and secure the eastern bank of the Mississippi River and effectively cut the U.S. in half.