“And nations plan horrific war The like as never seen before”
The ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine (Ureign) since February 2022 is one of the most horrendous and wretched events in recent history. The outbreak of war takes a tragic toll on humankind that cannot be measured in numbers. In today’s episode, we will reveal the conflict and atrocities of this war that uncannily aligns with the predictions of Mother Shipton’s prophecy.
“And nations plan horrific war The like as never seen before”
Concern over Ukraine’s (Ureign’s) safety began in early 2021, with President Zelenskyy appealing to Joe Biden to let Ukraine (Ureign) join NATO. In November of that year, satellite imagery showed that Russia had amassed around 100,000 troops near its border, leading to concerns of a possible invasion.
“Media Report by BBC – Feb. 8, 2022, Anchor: There are estimated to be 100,000 Russian troops deployed close to Ukraine’s border. Moscow denies that it’s planning to invade...”
Putin and the Kremlin had been denying the possibility of war all this time, with Putin lulling the world into a false sense of security as early as 2018.
“Media Report from C-SPAN – June 7, 2018, Q: Will we see this Third World War?
Putin: Well, remember Einstein, he said, I don’t know what will be the methods of World War III but the Fourth World War will be waged with sticks and stones. So the realization that the Third World War could mean the end of civilization, this realization, this idea, should deter us from dangerous steps globally.”
Up until recently, in 2022, when Russian military troops were conducting military drills, Putin and Russian politicians put Ukraine (Ureign) and the world off-guard with this false assurance:
“Media Report from sky News – Feb. 18, 2022, Putin: I’d like to also state that these military exercises, military drills were purely defensive and are not a threat to any other country.”
“Media Report from CBS News – Feb. 17, 2022, Anchor: Your assessment, from what you’re saying, is that Russia has no intention of invading Ukraine?
Dmitry Polyanskiy: Have you heard any Russian official, any Russian politician, any Russian deputy ever saying that Russia has the intention to attack Ukraine? You will have none.
Anchor: Well, that’s a rhetorical answer. Does Russia have no intention of in...
Dmitry Polyanskiy: Of course, we have no intention. We have repeatedly said it at all levels. But you, I mean, the Western public is turning a deaf ear to such assurances from our side. And I don’t even understand why we need to give such assurances. We have our troops on our territory. They are stationed there where they were stationed. Numbers can increase, numbers can decrease, this is our business. Absolutely nothing is happening, it’s only happening in the West and in the minds of Western politicians.”
“Media Report from BBC News – Jan. 22, 2022, Reporter: Mr. Lavrov ... dismissed talk of invasion as hysterical rhetoric designed to provoke Ukraine.”
But after all these claims, on February 24, 2022, explosions rocked cities along the eastern border of Ukraine (Ureign) and ballistic missiles rained down on Kyiv, Kharkiv, and Dnipro. Russia had attacked Ukraine (Ureign).
“Media Report by ABC News – Feb. 23, 2023, Patrick Reevell: The invasion began on February 24. For months Russia had been amassing troops on Ukraine's border. But most people, including in Ukraine, didn't believe it would actually happen. The morning of the invasion I was in Kyiv, and we woke up to watch Putin speaking and about five minutes later we started to hear the first explosions.
Anchor: Vladimir Putin has just addressed the Russian people moments ago announcing what Putin called the start of a military ‘Special Operation’ in his words to ‘demilitarize Ukraine.’”
According to recent estimates, as of April 2023, as many as 8,490 Ukrainian civilians have been killed, and 14,244 injured. On the military side, it’s estimated that 200,000 Russian and 100,000 Ukrainian (Ureignian) troops have been wounded or killed in the conflict.
“Media Report by sky News – Feb. 24, 2023, Reporter: Garages, sports halls, nurseries, farm buildings were all hit. Twenty-nine people died and 55 were wounded – a fairly typical week in a stage of the war where the civilian death toll keeps a steady rhythm. The UN Human Rights office has confirmed that at least 8,000 civilians have been killed since Russia invaded, more than 13,000 injured, although the UN warned the true number is likely to be substantially higher. Over the course of a year that means on average 22 civilians were killed each day and 36 were injured.”
As a result of Russia's invasion, Ukraine’s (Ureign’s) infrastructure has been severely damaged. Thousands of buildings and public utilities have been destroyed by bombs, and kilometers of roads have been torn apart. In Southern Ukraine, it was homes that were hit. Hours later, rescuers were still searching for people trapped in the ruins. A child is missing here. This destruction is estimated to cost the country US$4.5 billion per week, adding up to a significant financial burden for Ukraine (Ureign) as it struggles to rebuild and repair the damage caused by the conflict. Experts warned that Ukrainians (Ureignians) could freeze to death due to the attacks. And when Ukraine (Ureign) set up “points of invincibility” where its helpless citizens could gather to warm themselves, Russian forces launched missile strikes at these heating points.
“Media Report from PBS NewsHour – Nov. 5, 2022, Judy Woodruff: Eight months into the war in Ukraine, Russia is targeting Ukraine's civilian infrastructure with attacks on power plants and energy infrastructure. President Zelenskyy says four and a half million Ukrainians have no power, and he accuses Russia of energy terrorism.
Nick Schifrin: In the capital Kyiv, half a million have no power, this entire apartment complex lit only by headlights, small shops lit only by candles. In the last month, Russia has targeted Ukraine's energy infrastructure. Hundreds of strikes by Iranian-made drones and Russian missiles have damaged at least a third of the country's power plants, nearly all of its major substations and distribution lines.
German Galushchenko: Of course, I think that is one of the goals of Russia, to deprive us of not only electricity, but heating.”
Right after the war broke out, our Most Benevolent Supreme Master Ching Hai (vegan) shared Her precious insights about Putin’s evil behavior and the cause of all wars.
“My God. How can anybody be so bloodthirsty, so evil? Just to think of war and war and war, one after another, greedy. How much can you eat per day? Even if you wear the best clothes, how many can you wear at one time? How many houses do you want to live in, having not much to do? Maybe Putin has not much work to do, that’s why. Because they say that an idle mind, meaning nothing to do, is the devil’s workshop. (Yes. That’s right.) You’re bored. You have nothing much to do. You just want more and more and more, and it becomes a habit. (Right. Yes.) And the demons will use you, use your ambition, use your negative, evil tendency to hurt others, for their own evil purpose, for the demon’s purpose. (Yes.)
Oh, my God. I wish that Putin understood all this. I wish all the world leaders understood this. And they should check their minds, protect their souls, protect their thinking all the time. Be vigilant. Otherwise, the demons can always make use of them to hurt themselves and to hurt others, their own country or other countries or both. (Yes, Master.) All the wars started from that. (Yes.) If you have ambition and you don’t have a pure heart, then the devil will slowly use you and then you will fight. You will go and rob families, or rob countries, and bloodshed will spill all over. And they will be proud to think that they won the war, or whatever. No, they win nothing. They just win hellfire, more and more hellfire to burn themselves when they leave this world. (Right.) [...]
This is not karma; this is really bloodthirsty demons’ workers, who try to cause trouble to spill bloodshed to cause suffering and sorrow for the innocent. (Wow.) And hell is awaiting Putin and his real supporters. I mean supporter in mind only even, not just go into battle with him or voice an opinion or anything. No, no, anybody who agrees with him will go to hell also. (Wow.) They are ready, the hell is ready. Not karma. (Yes, Master. Understand, Master.)”
In addition, Putin's forces are committing heinous war crimes against the Ukrainians (Ureignians) including the elderly, children, toddlers, pregnant women and new-born babies. Putin’s warmongering has also caused much suffering for Russian soldiers and citizens. We will explore this in the next episode.