During a time of war for the planet, forces like Russia, China, and Iran have a long history of using fake science to manipulate their war agendas currently.
Let’s explore how for a second.
In recent years, these countries have become increasingly sophisticated in their use of disinformation and propaganda, often using fake science to justify their aggression.
One of the most common ways that evil forces use fake science is to create a false sense of threat. For example, Russia has repeatedly used fake science to claim that its neighbors pose a nuclear threat. In 2016, for example, Russia’s Foreign Ministry published a report claiming that Ukraine was developing nuclear weapons. This report was based on false information and was widely debunked by experts. However, it was still effective in sowing fear and uncertainty among the Ukrainian people.
Another way that evil forces use fake science is to undermine the legitimacy of their opponents. For example, China has repeatedly used fake science to claim that the United States is responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic. This claim is based on no evidence and has been repeatedly debunked by scientists. However, it has been effective in sowing doubt and distrust among the Chinese people.
Evil forces also use fake science to justify their military actions. For example, Iran has repeatedly used fake science to claim that its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes. This claim is contradicted by the overwhelming evidence that Iran is developing nuclear weapons. However, it has been effective in delaying international action against Iran’s nuclear program.
The use of fake science by evil forces is a serious threat to global peace and security. It is important to be aware of these tactics and to be critical of any information that you come across, especially if it comes from sources that have a vested interest in promoting a particular agenda.
Here are some tips for spotting fake science:
- Be skeptical of any claims that are not supported by evidence.
- Check the sources of any information that you come across.
- Be aware of the biases of the people or organizations that are promoting the information.
- Don’t be afraid to ask questions.
As regards the Russia war in Ukraine, Putin likes to even call his weapons things like the ‘The RS-28 Sarmat’ official names as ‘Satan II’.
This is a fact of the name of the weapon Russia call it.
On the above, Satan operates in the background using fake science too many times during a time of war in the spiritual world at the moment too by:
- Twist scientific facts to support his own agenda. Satan is an expert in deception, and he would be very skilled at taking scientific facts and twisting them to support his own beliefs. For example, he could use the theory of evolution to argue that there is no God, or he could use the findings of climate science to argue that humans are not causing global warming.
- Use scientific research to create new technologies that could be used for evil. Satan is always looking for new ways to harm humanity, and he could use scientific research to create new technologies that could be used for evil. For example, he could use genetic engineering to create new diseases, or he could use artificial intelligence to create machines that could take over the world.
- Use science to create a false sense of security. Satan wants people to believe that they are safe from harm, even though he is constantly trying to destroy them. He could use science to create a false sense of security by promoting the idea that we can control nature or that we are immune to disease.
- He could use science to create a sense of doubt and uncertainty. Satan is a master of sowing doubt and uncertainty, and he could use science to do just that. For example, he could fund research that casts doubt on the safety of vaccines or the effectiveness of climate change mitigation efforts.
- He could use science to promote materialism and hedonism. Satan like to think he is the prince of this world (God is in control not him), and he wants people to be focused on the things of this world. He could use science to promote materialism and hedonism by encouraging people to pursue wealth, power, and pleasure at all costs.
- He could use science to alienate people from God. Satan’s ultimate goal is to alienate people from God, and he could use science to do just that. For example, he could promote the idea that science has disproven the existence of God or that religion is a relic of the past.
- He could use science to create a sense of fear and anxiety. Satan is a master of fear, and he could use science to do just that. For example, he could fund research that exaggerates the risks of new technologies or that creates a sense of impending doom about climate change.
- He could use science to divide people. Satan is a master of division, and he could use science to do just that. For example, he could fund research that promotes the idea that certain races or ethnicities are superior to others or that certain religions are more dangerous than others.
- He could use science to control people. Satan is a master of control, and he could use science to do just that. For example, he could fund research that develops new forms of surveillance or that creates new ways to manipulate people’s thoughts and emotions.
It is important to note Satan is, and always was, overrated. Satan is nothing compared to God because:
- God is all-powerful, all-knowing, and all-present, while Satan is a created being with limited power and knowledge.
- God is good and loving, while Satan is evil and destructive.
- God is the creator of the universe, while Satan is a fallen angel who rebelled against God.
- God has a plan for redemption and salvation for all people, while Satan seeks to destroy and corrupt.
- God is all-powerful, all-knowing, and all-present. Satan is a created being with limited power and knowledge. God can do anything, while Satan can only do what God allows him to do. God knows everything, while Satan only knows what God reveals to him. God is everywhere at once, while Satan is limited to one place at a time.
- God is good and loving. Satan is evil and destructive. God’s love is perfect and unconditional, while Satan’s love is selfish and conditional. God wants what is best for us, while Satan wants to use us for his own purposes.
- God is the creator of the universe. Satan is a fallen angel who rebelled against God. God created everything in the universe, while Satan was created by God. God is the ultimate authority, while Satan is a subordinate being.
- God has a plan for redemption and salvation for all people. Satan seeks to destroy and corrupt. God wants to save us from our sins and give us eternal life, while Satan wants to lead us astray and condemn us to hell.
- God is the source of all good. Satan is the source of all evil. God created everything that is good in the world, while Satan corrupted it. God is the source of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control (Galatians 5:22-23), while Satan is the source of hatred, anger, jealousy, greed, envy, strife, deceit, malice, and slander (1 Corinthians 13:4-7).
- God is the only one who can save us. Satan can only lead us to destruction. God is the only one who can forgive our sins and give us eternal life. Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me” (John 14:6).
- God is the only one who can give us hope. Satan can only give us despair. God is the only one who can give us hope for the future. He has promised to never leave us or forsake us (Hebrews 13:5). He has also promised to one day make all things new (Revelation 21:5).