Recently years have shown a sharp escalation of Russian bombers “intruding” upon US territories.

While world war has NOT begun over these incursions into US airspace, it’s possible the powers that be might allow a incident to occur in order to get the wheels of war into motion.

These events are becoming more and more common and it makes it easy for the mainstream media to sound the “Russian threat” alarm.


The U.S. military says it intercepted two Russian bombers in international airspace off Alaska’s coast.

Navy Commander Gary Ross, a Pentagon spokesman, says a pair of F-22 Raptor aircraft intercepted the Russian TU-95 Bear bombers on Monday.

Ross says the intercept was “safe and professional.”

North American Aerospace Defense Command monitors air approaches to North America and defends the airspace.

Fox News said Tuesday the Russian planes flew within 100 miles of Alaska’s Kodiak Island.

It said the American jets escorted the Russian bombers for 12 minutes. The bombers then flew back to eastern Russia.

In 2014, two F-22 fighter jets were scrambled after a pair of Russian bombers were spotted 50 miles off the coast of California.