Moscow’s Red Lines  —— (Cross it & Die!)

Two weeks ago, President Vladimir Putin of Russia said, “enough is enough!” In order to understand his frustration, let’s go back to when he became President of Russia.

The US has a Long History of Confrontation with Russia

This goes way back to the time of Lenin’s revolution in 1917 to replace the Tsar with a communist government. Along with more than a dozen other countries, in 1918 the US sent 13,000 troops to fight Lenin’s Bolshevik forces. Although this was gross interference in another country’s affairs, more than 250,000 foreign troops took part in the war against the Russian forces. The Russian forces fought with patriotic zeal, and the foreign troops made little progress and were forced to withdraw in 1920.

US Troops in Vladivostok in 1918

The US finally established diplomatic relations with the USSR in 1933 and an icy relationship has continued to the present. When Nazi Germany attacked the Soviet Union in June of 1941, the US position was revealed by then U.S. Senator Harry Truman when he said: “If we see that Germany is winning we ought to help Russia and if Russia is winning we ought to help Germany, and that way let them kill as many as possible, although I don’t want to see Hitler victorious under any circumstances.”

Primarily through the battles fought by Soviet forces, Nazi Germany was defeated, but instead of gratitude for this historical feat, Washington was persuaded to embark on a totally different course of action. This began with the totally unnecessary and criminal decision to drop atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which killed and injured at least 200,000 Japanese. Japan had been fully prepared to surrender. However, Truman’s inner circle of advisors (advisors tied into the Rockefeller Empire) convinced him to do this. In actuality, this was not to end the war on Japan but to show the Soviet leader, Stalin that this could happen to them if they wouldn’t follow Washington’s dictates.

On September 25, 1975 several previously secret documents from the US War Department, dated September 15, 1945, were declassified. These documents revealed that the US had planned a coordinated unprovoked nuclear attack with 204 atomic bombs to destroy 66 major urban areas in the Soviet Union. This nuclear assault would have been a diabolical and criminal undertaking on human life. Genocide is an understatement. With respect to “insure our national security,” a sane question would be why the US would be so afraid of a USSR devastated by its war with Nazi Germany that the US would still require a further massive nuclear devastation of Russia in order for the US “to be safe.” The real reason is undoubtedly the American desire to destroy the Soviet Union, and grab its resources which was also the same reason for Hitler’s attack on the Soviet Union.

Then Stalin became aware of the Washington’s plans and developed their own atomic bomb in 1949.  This occurred before the US had their 204 bombs for their attack. And once the USSR had their own bombs, the US realized that if they launched their attack, American cities would be hit as well. The overall result was the ensuing Cold War and a nuclear arms race.

In 1991, the Soviet Union collapsed, and from the ashes was born a new state- the Russian Federation. Between that moment until the end of the decade, Russia was mercilessly looted. Estimates have put such losses to Russia anything from $400 to $900 billion. No one knows, and these are, at best, guesstimates.

The next year 2000, Putin becomes Russia’s President. And he slowly but surely begins to rebuild Russia, by first getting rid of the local compradors working for the Jacob and David Rothschild, and a few months later, this task was accomplished.  Then, in October 2003, Putin stopped a deal wherein the Rockefellers Exxon was buying a 40-45% stake in Russia’s second largest oil company – Yukos Oil ( a Rothschild entity). Putin arrested Yukos Oil head – Khordokovsky, and later split up Yukos amongst other Russian oil entities-thus thwarting a serious threat to the sovereignty of Russia.

Since then, Putin has been in the cross-hairs of the two families, and has survived multiple assassination attempts.

In February 2007, Putin’s world-famous speech at the Munich Security meeting, laid down the gauntlet in a very public manner. The die was cast. The Anglo-American alliance continually conspired against Russia, in a variety of ways- Color Revolutions, coups, border wars, internal LGBT groups, financial warfare, etc. Russia stood firm.

In May 2008, Putin changed places with his PM, Medvedev, and these two ran the country in tandem. As Prime Minister, Putin had more time to concentrate on a rapid build-up of the military-industrial sector, in order to develop his military, including developing more advanced weaponry. By 2016, When Putin announced some of the new weapons systems; the Pentagon had a severe case of diarrhea. In 2018, Putin switched with Medvedev, and assumed the Presidency of Russia. Putin was now ready for whatever the West could throw at him. He knew that, from the military point of view, Russia was now invincible, and could even handle threats of nuclear war. When David Rockefeller Jnr issued orders for the global economy to shut down, using the   hoax of the Covid pandemic, Putin knew then that this was the Empire’s end-game, in order to save it from imploding. Any student of history and geopolitics will tell you that the next logical step is war. The targets were obvious – Russia and China.

In 2021, Russian intelligence confirmed that plans were in place for the 150,000 strong Ukrainian Army, was being prepared for an invasion of the Donbass in Eastern Ukraine. A military invasion of this region would force Russia to counter-attack, and this would bring on more sanctions against it. All this and more was known. Since the Ukrainian coup in 2014, Putin has been preparing Russia on the economic, financial and military sectors to withstand more sanctions, and even the possibility of war. Putin PREPARED PLANS.

Then, in November 2021, Putin sent a proposal to the West, and the countdown to war began! Russia has put forward a highly contentious list of security guarantees it says it wants the west to agree to in order to lower tensions in Europe and defuse the crisis over Ukraine, including many elements that have already been ruled out.

The demands include a ban on Ukraine entering Nato and a limit to the deployment of troops and weapons to Nato’s eastern flank, in effect returning Nato forces to where they were stationed in 1997, before an eastward expansion. The eight-point draft treaty was released by Russia’s foreign ministry as its forces massed within striking distance of Ukraine’s borders. Moscow said ignoring its interests would lead to a “military response” similar to the Cuban missile crisis of 1962.

Vladimir Putin has demanded that the west provide Russia “legal guarantees” of its security

The demands, spelled out by Moscow in full for the first time, were handed over to the US this week. They include a demand that Nato remove any troops or weapons deployed to countries that entered the alliance after 1997, which would include much of eastern Europe, including Poland, the former Soviet countries of Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, and the Balkan countries.

Russia has also demanded that Nato rule out further expansion, including the accession of Ukraine into the alliance, and that it does not hold drills without previous agreement from Russia in Ukraine, eastern Europe, in Caucasus countries such as Georgia or in Central Asia.

Those proposals are likely to be viewed extremely negatively by Nato countries. A senior US official said on Friday that the Kremlin knows that some parts of its proposals were “unacceptable”.

The Russia document also calls for the two countries to pull back any short- or medium-range missile systems out of reach, replacing the previous intermediate-range nuclear forces (INF) treaty that the US left in 2018.

The Russian deputy foreign minister, Sergei Ryabkov, said on Friday that there was no deadline for talks but that Russia wants to begin negotiations “without delays and without stalling”. “We can go any place and any time, even tomorrow,” he said in animated remarks. Asked whether he thought the requests were unreasonable, he said no. “This is not about us giving some kind of ultimatum, there is none. The thing is that the seriousness of our warning should not be underestimated,” he said.  “This logically means that [Russia] will have to assure its security single-handedly, most probably by mil-tech [military technical] means,” he wrote. Western countries have warned that Russia may be preparing an invasion of Ukraine in January as Russian tanks, artillery and missiles have massed near borders.

Russia has massed about 100,000 troops on its side of the border. Joe Biden has warned Putin of “sanctions like he’s never seen” should his troops attack Ukraine. On Thursday, European Union leaders urged Moscow to halt its military buildup and return to talks led by France and Germany.

The world is sleep-walking into a global war- World War 3 or as I like to call it, the Third Battle for Eurasia. As Putin and many top Russian leaders have warned over recent weeks, Russia cannot back down to the threats being posed to its very sovereignty and existence.

What does Russia want? Most immediately it wants to remove the neo-Nazi anti-Russian core that the Maidan massacre and coup put in place in 2014. Ukraine is to be neutralized, which to Russia means basically pro-Russian, dominated by Donetsk, Luhansk and Crimea. The aim is to prevent Ukraine from becoming a staging ground of U.S.-orchestrated anti-Russian moves a la Chechnya and Georgia.

Russia’s longer-term aim is to pry Europe away from NATO and U.S. dominance – and in the process, create with China a new multipolar world order centered on an economically integrated Eurasia. The aim is to dissolve NATO altogether, and then to promote the broad disarmament and denuclearization policies that Russia has been pushing for. Not only will this cut back foreign purchases of U.S. arms, but it may end up leading to sanctions against future U.S. military adventurism. That would leave America with less ability to fund its military operations as de-dollarization accelerates.

As Biden explained, the current U.S.-orchestrated military escalation (“Prodding the Bear”) is not really about Ukraine. Biden promised at the outset that no U.S. troops would be involved. But he has been demanding for over a year that Germany prevent the Nord Stream 2 pipeline from supplying its industry and housing with low-priced gas and turn to the much higher-priced U.S. suppliers. U.S. officials first tried to stop construction of the pipeline from being completed. Firms aiding in its construction were sanctioned, but finally Russia itself completed the pipeline. U.S. pressure then turned on the traditionally pliant German politicians, claiming that Germany and the rest of Europe faced a National Security threat from Russia turning off the gas, presumably to extract some political or economic concessions. No specific Russian demands could be thought up, and so their nature was left obscure and blob-like. Germany refused to authorize Nord Stream 2 from officially going into operation.

The recent prodding of Russia by expanding Ukrainian anti-Russian ethnic violence by Ukraine’s neo-Nazi post-2014 Maiden regime was aimed at (and has succeeded in forcing a showdown in response the fear by U.S. interests that they are losing their economic and political hold on their NATO allies and other Dollar Area satellites as these countries have seen their major opportunities for gain to lie in increasing trade and investment with China and Russia.

It is now clear that today’s escalation of the New Cold War was planned over a year ago, with serious strategy associated with America’s plan to block Nord Stream 2 as part of its aim of blocking Western Europe (“NATO”) from seeking prosperity by mutual trade and investment with China and Russia.

Americans have built their consumption at the expense of the dollars’ “unjust” and “inequitable” terms, passing on US inflation to the rest of the world, thus keeping the American’s cost-of-living down.. Estimates show that Americans consume 4 times more than they produce on their territory. The situation in Russia is quite the opposite. Russia produces 4 times more of the global GDP than it consumes. As a result Russia is a contributor to the world economy while the US is a vermin\parasite. These are merely figures\data, nothing personal. So, the dollar is of great importance to the Americans.

The dollar requires worldwide jurisdiction – Anglo-Saxon law – because currency is worthless if it’s not supported by juridical system. Hence comes the mechanism of the world jurisdiction, the unipolar world as a vertical authority. According to Putin, “one power center means one decision-making center”. What’s Russia’s interest? It is to restore the ruble, which will allow Russia to immediately control 6% of the world currency turnover, at present Moscow control only 0.18%. In the long run, taking into account that Russia has 30% of the world’s resources, we expect this figure to reach 30% of the world turnover. We want to have the right to trade in our currency.

State-directed industrialization always has been perceived to be the great enemy of the financialised economy that has taken over most nations since the 1980s. The result today is a clash of economic systems – socialist industrialization versus finance capitalism. That makes the New Cold War against China an implicit opening act of what threatens to be a long-drawn-out World War III. The U.S. strategy is to pry away China’s most likely economic allies, especially Russia, Central Asia, South Asia and East Asia. The question was where to start the carve-up and isolation?

Russia was seen as presenting the greatest opportunity to begin isolating, both from China and from the NATO Eurozone. A sequence of increasingly severe sanctions against Russia was drawn up to block NATO from trading with it. All that was needed to ignite the geopolitical earthquake was a casus belli.

That was arranged easily enough. The escalating New Cold War could have been launched in the Middle East – over resistance to America’s grabbing of Iraqi oil fields, or against Iran and countries helping it survive economically, or in East Africa. Plans for coups, color revolutions and regime change have been drawn up for all these areas, and America’s African army has been built up especially fast over the past 14 years, called AFRICOM. But Ukraine has been subjected to a U.S.-backed civil war for eight years, since the 2014 Maidan coup, and offered the chance for the greatest first victory in this confrontation against China, Russia and their allies.

Russian Options in a World Headed for War

The world is headed for war and has been headed that way for quite a while now.  Several times, just at the brink, the West decided to pull back, but each time it did that its ruling elites felt two things: first, the felt even more hatred for Russia for forcing them to back down and, second, they interpreted the fact that no shooting war happened (yet) as the evidence, at least in their minds, that standing on the brink of war is a pretty safe exercise.  And yet, a major shooting war is quite possible in any of the following locations or even in several simultaneously: (in no specific order)

  1. US-China war over Taiwan
  2. AngloZionist attack on Iran
  3. A war between the Ukraine and the LDNR+Russia
  4. A NATO-Russian war in the Black Sea region

As we can see, all of these potential wars could potentially involve Russia, either directly or indirectly. Russia cannot be defeated militarily by any combination of forces.  For the first time in centuries, Russia is not playing “catching up” with her western foes, but is actually ahead with both her conventional and her nuclear forces.  The Russian advantage is especially striking in her conventional strategic deterrence capabilities.

The West, whose leaders are quite aware of this fact, does not want an open shooting war with Russia.

 For almost 2 years now, the Empire is already dead.  The USA as we knew them died on January 6th. It was the day that Iran hit a US base in Iraq with ballistic missiles- the first time such a thing happened since 1945. It shocked Washington!  But the post Jan 6th USA still exists. For how long is the question, as many other countries are watching, and each is making their own calculations as to “when do we get rid of this American tyranny?”

Putin did trade space for time, and that was the correct decision considering the state of the Russian armed forces before, roughly, 2012.  Trump’s election was also God-sent for Russia because while Orange Man did threaten the planet left and right, he did not start a full-scale war against Russia (or, for that matter, Iran, China, Cuba, Iran and the DPRK).  By late 2021, however, Russia has retreated as far as she could.  The good news now is that Russia has the most modern and capable military on the planet, while the West is very busy committing political, cultural and economic suicide.

According to US analysts, by 2025 the USA won’t be able to win a war against China.  Frankly, this ship has already sailed a long time ago, but that semi-admission is a desperate attempt to create the political climate to circle the wagons before China officially becomes the second nation the USA cannot defeat, the first one being, obviously, Russia.

Conclusion: War on the Horizon

Right now, we are already deep inside a pre-war period and, like a person skating on thin ice, we wonder if the ice will break and, if it does, where that will happen.  Simply put, the Russians have two options:

  • A verbal push back
  • A physical push back

   Hence all the current Anglo posturing in the Black Sea (which is even far more dangerous for US/NATO ships than the China Seas) is just that: posturing. 

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