July 12, 2023
Americans Warned “It Could All Come Crashing Down In The Next Few Weeks”
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A forewarning new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev grimly assessing about the socialist Western colonial powers pledging to pump more weapons into Ukraine during their just concluded 2023 NATO Summit: “The completely crazed West could not come up with anything else…In fact, it is a dead end…World War III is getting closer…The aid decisions were highly predictable, to the point of idiocy…What does it all mean to us?…Everything is obvious…The special military operation will be continued, with the goals remaining the same”, says this grim assessment was joined by President Donald Trump warning the American peoples: “Joe Biden should not be dragging us further toward World War III by sending cluster munitions to Ukraine—he should be trying to END the war and stop the horrific death and destruction being caused by an incompetent administration…These unexploded cluster munitions will be killing and maiming innocent Ukrainian men, women, and children for decades to come, long after the war—we pray—has ended”.
Earlier today, this report notes, Director Sergey Naryshkin of the Foreign Intelligence Service informed the media that he accepted a call from his American counterpart Director William Burns of the Central Intelligence Agency in late June, about which he revealed: “The call lasted for over an hour…Burns wanted to assure me that the US government had nothing to do with the then-ongoing mutiny by businessman Evgeny Prigozhin…It was, to a large degree, a pretext, because the main part of the conversation focused on the issue of Ukraine…We considered, debated what we should do with Ukraine”—a revelation quickly followed by Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu reporting: “To sum up some results, what did they achieve for this widely promoted and announced, as they called it, strategic counteroffensive…As a result, what have they got approaching the NATO summit?…Since 4 June, the enemy’s losses have amounted to more than 26,000 military and 3,000 units of various weapons”—all of which was joined by Sky News releasing its interview with traumatized Irish mercenary Rhys Byrne, who along with his comrades fled screaming from the battlefield when faced with a Russian tank, and in saying why he left Ukraine revealed: “The biggest problem we encountered when going into trenches was stepping over all the dead bodies that are already there from the last people who went in…It’s horror, it’s a genocide, it’s a slaughter…There are dead bodies laying everywhere, Russian soldiers Ukrainian soldiers dead just left there”.
In response to the just concluded NATO Summit, this report continues, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova most factually observed: “Of course, NATO does not seek conflict with Russia. NATO is just participating in it”—a factual observation joined by the Wall Street Journal revealing: “Ukraine’s leaders came to Vilnius seeking hard security guarantees, more weapons and a clear road map to membership in NATO…Instead, they were set to get mostly reassuring words and loose defense pledges”—a revelation joined by the Fox News article “Zelenskyy Outraged After Biden Rejects Ukraine’s NATO Membership: ‘Unprecedented And Absurd” and the leftist Washington Post reporting: “The US delegation attending the NATO summit in Vilnius is furious over a tweet by Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, in which he criticized the military alliance for its reluctance to provide a concrete roadmap for Kiev’s accession to the bloc”—the Romanian Defense Ministry than reported: “NATO allies and Sweden signed a declaration that formalized a coalition for teaching Ukrainian pilots to fly F-16 fighter jets”—all of which was followed by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba telling the media: “Ukraine is still unaware of the conditions it must fulfill to join NATO…That’s the problem…I mean, when will those conditions be met?…What are those conditions?…Who should formulate them?…What are they?”.
Before leaving the NATO Summit, this report details, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak revealed: “The group of industrialized nations, not all of which belong to NATO, will announce an international framework for Ukraine’s long-term security arrangements…The G7 declaration will set out how allies will support Ukraine over the coming years to end the war and deter and respond to any future attack”—in quick response, top Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov warned: “We have a negative view about the issue of Ukraine’s accession to NATO…This topic is directly correlated with a recent statement that the G7 nations will today provide security guarantees and make an announcement with regard to Ukraine…We believe that it’s a mistake and it can be very dangerous”—a warning followed by Ukrainian Defense Minister Aleksey Reznikov expressing skepticism over security guarantees that G7 nations are set to offer Kiev, with him stating: “After the Budapest Memorandum, we will not believe or not just trust paper without any cost”.
In response to NATO’s joint communique, which accused China of pursuing “coercive policies” that “challenge Western interests”, this report notes, the Chinese Mission to the European Union issued the warning statement: “The China-related content of the communique disregards basic facts, wantonly distorts China’s position and policies, and deliberately discredits China…We firmly oppose and reject this…China will safeguard its sovereignty and oppose NATO’s eastward expansion into the Asia-Pacific…Any actions that damage China’s legitimate rights and interests will be met with a resolute response”.
Along with NATO warmongering against both Russia and China, this report continues, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced: “NATO Allies approved the most comprehensive defence plans since the Cold War, addressing the two key threats we face: Russia and terrorism…Under the new plans, NATO aims to deploy 300,000 troops in a state of high readiness, including naval and air forces…NATO leaders also approved a new action plan to boost the defence industry output, and pledged to spend at least 2% of GDP per year on defence”—a massive increase in socialist Western colonial spending on weapons that joins the just published article “Why Ukraine’s Burning Through Ammo In War With Russia”, wherein it observes: “It was estimated earlier this year that Ukraine fires as many 155-millimeter artillery rounds in about five days as the U.S. produces in a month, but that is likely a low estimate according to Guy McCardle, managing editor of Special Operations Forces Report (SOFREP)…”By most accounts, Russia is firing at least four times as many artillery shells as Ukraine”, McCardle told Newsweek via email. “That’s significant…20,000 rounds per day for Russia is a low estimate, as is 5,000 rounds per day for Ukraine””.
With the Russian military having a “practically inexhaustible” supply of weapons and ammunition already paid for, this report details, the same doesn’t apply to the socialist Western colonial powers, most particularly the United States, about which it was just reported: “Just weeks after Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy gave Joe Biden unlimited borrowing authority in the debt ceiling negotiations, the U.S. government national debt has risen by over one trillion dollars”—is a staggering warmongering debt causing unremitting inflation so severe the American peoples are now turning to installment apps Klarna and Affirm to buy groceries on credit—and whose catastrophic effect on the American banking system caused Chairman Kevin O’Leary of O’Leary Ventures to gravely warn yesterday: “I live in the real world…I’m here on the Hill today in Washington talking to everybody I can about the problems I’ve got in just getting working capital for small businesses…We have a crisis emerging”.
As to the true intent of the socialist Western colonial powers and their NATO military bloc, this report notes, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov most factually observed: “We do not define the current phase of international relations as a new Cold War…The issue at hand is about something different, namely, the formation of a multipolar international order…This is an objective process…Everyone can see that new globally meaningful decision-making centers are growing stronger in Eurasia, the Asia-Pacific region, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America…These countries and their associations are seeing success because they promote values such as national interests, independence, sovereignty, cultural and civilizational identity and international cooperation…The goal of the United States and its allies is not to strengthen global security or engage in joint development, but to maintain their hegemony in international affairs and to keep pursuing their neo-colonial agenda, or in simpler terms, to continue to address their own problems at the expense of others, as they are accustomed to doing”.
While the rapidly growing multipolar international order subsumes the socialist Western colonial powers, this report concludes, American geopolitical analyst Tom Luongo, in his just released open letter “Macron, NATO, & The Fate Of The Empire Part II”, notes the government in the Netherlands just collapsed like Spain and Finland have this year, with France and Germany soon to follow, and warningly assessed:
What’s happening in the financial markets is a harbinger that the bureaucratic inertia of the West is too powerful to overcome. They are preparing for the worst but still holding onto hope for the best.
The conflicted message coming from the Biden Administration reflects this. Biden wants more weapons in Ukraine to keep bleeding Russia out, but his military is clearly trying to restrain him from taking us past the point of no return.
Hence his reasoning to block the UK’s Ben Wallace’s ascension to NATO General Secretary and retaining Jens Stoltenberg for another year. It’s why Stoltenberg continues to hold the line about Ukraine’s entry into NATO being predicated on them “winning the war as a sovereign nation”.
The war-mongers in London, DC and Brussels realize that this half-baked form of war is running out of runway. It’s costing them politically, economically and spiritually. They are losing the momentum and need something to ‘wake the sheeple up!’
What should scare everyone is that their thinking is simple: If Biden won’t fully commit to Ukraine then we’ll make that decision for him.
Because, despite everything, it’s finally sinking into their thick skulls that Russia’s economy is not collapsing. And while its industrial production, wage and inflation data all point to real productivity growth neither is it fully committed to full industrial war status yet.
Putin, unlike Biden, isn’t trying to escalate any further than he needs to. By not upgrading the conflict to allow full mobilization Putin keeps the door open for a negotiated settlement. The problem, as the Russians have pointed out time and again, is that they don’t know who to talk to.
No one is in charge of this operation. There are just competing factions without final say as to what the policy should be.
Putin’s approval rating rose in the wake of his handling Prigozhin’s Rebellion. He successfully navigated the domestic division between the realists he represents and the hard-liners who Prigozhin represented.
For the West losing in Ukraine after this much blood and treasure have been spilled, fomenting a full-blown sovereign debt crisis which will consume not only a few more national governments but quite likely the EU itself.
It’s both terribly complicated but incredibly simple.
And it could all come crashing down in the next few weeks.
[Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
Socialist Western colonial puppet leader Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky (above) looks like dead man walking at NATO Summit in Vilnius-Lithuania on 12 July 2023.
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