December 6, 2022
Putin And Dolly Parton Slap Down Satan As West Realizes Russia Will Never Run Out Ammunition
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
An intriguing new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting President Putin signed into law a bill passed unanimously by the Russian Parliament completely banning LGBTQ propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations, gender reassignment and pedophilia on social networks, in the mass media, films and advertisements, says at near the exact same time this bill was signed into law yesterday, the United States Supreme Court was hearing the case known as 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis, that will decide if a Christian web designer can be forced to make a website for homosexuals against her religious belief—a case where it saw radical socialist Democrat Party nominated Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, who during her nomination couldn’t define what a woman is, beyond shockingly describing the beloved Christmas classic movie “It’s A Wonderful Life” as: “fodder for white supremacists”—but joining President Putin to defend Christianity against socialist Western colonial demonic ideology, world-renowned American music legend Dolly Parton performed her hit song “Go to Hell” during a leftist NBC special programme, where she rebuked the Devil on prime-time television, proclaiming “Satan is real” and warning “He is trying to destroy everything good and beautiful”.
As proof “Satan is real”, this report notes, the Ministry of Defense (MoD) revealed this morning: “A Ukrainian drone strike on two Russian airbases in the Ryazan and Saratov regions has resulted in the deaths of three service members and minor damage to two airplanes”—a revelation joined by the MoD reporting: “Russian military forces carried out a massive strike using strategic bombers, aiming to disrupt the transport of Ukrainian troops – as well as their Western-supplied weapons, equipment and ammunition – to the front lines by rail…All 17 assigned objectives were hit”—swiftly after which, Ukraine’s power grid operator Ukrenergo warned that there will be emergency blackouts across the country due to new Russian strikes, and stated: “Due to the consequences of the bombings, to maintain the balance between production and consumption, a system of emergency holidays will be implemented in all regions of Ukraine…Electricity will be given priority to basic infrastructure…Some power plants will not be able to operate fully for some time, and combined with the frost that will intensify over the next 24 hours, this will lead to a system deficit”.
Also today, this report continues, the MoD reported: “Russian aviation, missile troops and artillery hit the temporary deployment of foreign mercenaries in the Kharkiv region and destroyed the radar station of the Ukrainian S-300 anti-aircraft missile system in the DPR…In addition, 83 artillery units of Ukrainian troops in firing positions, manpower and military equipment in 176 districts were hit”—a report joined by Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu revealing: “The enemy’s losses in November amounted to more than 8,300 servicemen, five airplanes, 10 helicopters, 149 tanks and more than 300 armored combat vehicles”—and is a revelation that follows the independent Ukrainian telegram channel Mir Mikhail Onufrienko having reported: “The irretrievable losses of the Ukrainian armed forces approached 402 thousand people, of which 387 thousand were killed…The information was obtained using extracts from mortuaries, documents from funeral homes and information from the exchange of data between various units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine…In addition, the Committee of Soldiers’ Mothers of Ukraine demanded to clarify the fate of 320 thousand military personnel, but the SBU refused for reasons of national security…At the same time, Western sources also report heavy losses of pro-Kiev forces…The former deputy head of the European Command of the United States, Stephen Twitty, in an interview with the Linke Zeitung newspaper noted that about 200 thousand military personnel were missing in the Armed Forces of Ukraine and no one knows about their whereabouts”.
As the socialist Western colonial powers continue flooding weapons into Ukraine in order to sate their demonic bloodlust, this report notes, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari just warned: “Weapons shipped from Western countries to Ukraine are beginning to filter” to the Lake Chad basin region…Regrettably, the situation in the Sahel and the raging war in Ukraine serve as major sources of weapons and fighters that bolster the ranks of the terrorists in the region”—a warning now joined by British mercenary Joseph McDonald, who during an extensive interview about his time in Ukraine described it horrors and revealed such truths like: “We had two trucks with 84 M4s, 12 SCAR-Heavies… a couple of Javelins, and some M240-Bravo’s, and an absolute truck full of ammo – which just went missing in the convoy…There was an awful lot of looting going on…Like, a lot of looting…It appears a lot of people who came to volunteer for the Ukrainians were also kleptomaniacs – or just total gits – who’d gone there with the intention of plunder”.
Last week, this report details, former US Marine intellignece officer and UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter gave an in-depth assessment of the conflict in Ukraine, wherein he factually noted that Russia began its special operation in February using very few forces in order to limit casualties on all sides, most particularly civilian ones, but once the MoD realized that the socialist Western colonial powers are using Ukraine in an undeclared war against Russia, tactics were changed to total war, which is why between February and June the MoD only launched 20 satellites, then launched 38 more between July and November—and in Ritter’s assessment released yesterday, that begins with a clip of world-renowned American international relations scholar Professor John Mearsheimer warning back in 2015 that “Ukraine is going to get wrecked in war with Russia”, it’s factually noted: “Russia has demilitarized NATO”.
Since June, this report notes, the United States has sent 20 weapons known as the M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) into Ukraine, that cost over $3.8-million a piece—yesterday the Wall Street Journal revealed: “The HIMARS rocket launchers Ukraine received from Washington have been “secretly modified” to make them inoperable with longer-range missiles, even if Kiev obtains them from elsewhere”—as Russia has a purely defensive military, it had never faced these HIMARS, that the American military uses in its Middle East wars—after learning about these HIMARS, it saw Russian military experts developing new software able to shoot down 100% of the missiles they fire—with its “shoot and scoot” capability, these HIMARS are supposed to fire and escape before counter strikes hit them—but in winter conditions with no foliage to protect them, these HIMARS have become “sitting ducks” for the Russian satellites that follow their tracks and direct strikes to obliterate them.
Within a few hours after German Chancellor Olaf Scholz explained Germany’s plans for a major military expansion yesterday, this report continues, it was reported: “Germany on Monday walked back its promise to swiftly raise defense spending to at least 2 percent of its economic output — breaching the key commitment made days after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to become a more serious military force”—after receiving a new arms shipment from NATO member Italy this week, a top Ukrainian commander exclaimed: “These are old, outdated models that were made in 1966, and the optics and aiming systems date back to 1947…They are much worse than their Soviet equivalents from World War II…Our unit got six of them, but the ammunition never arrived from Rome”—and to explain why NATO has no more weapons or ammunition left, the British intellignece organization Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) document “The Return Of Industrial Warfare” reveals: “In short, US annual artillery production would at best only last for 10 days to two weeks of combat in Ukraine…The US is not the only country facing this challenge…In a recent war game involving US, UK and French forces, UK forces exhausted national stockpiles of critical ammunition after eight days…From the Vietnam era to today, small arms plants have shrunk from five to just one…This was glaring at the height of the Iraq war, when US started to run low on small arms ammunition, causing the US government to buy British and Israeli ammunition during the initial stage of the war…At one point, the US had to dip into Vietnam and even Second World War-era ammo stockpiles of .50 calibre ammunition to feed the war effort”.
Unlike the socialist Western colonial powers, this report concludes, Russia has hundreds of ammunition producers able to supply an inexhaustible supply to its military forces—in the just published Deutsche Welle article “Ukraine War Is Not All Good News For Arms Industry”, it reveals that Western arms makers are cut off from Russian raw materials they’ve relied on for decades, and states: “If supply chain disruptions continue, it may take several years for some of the main arms producers to meet the new demand created by the Ukraine war”—and today, the leftist Washington Post observed: “At the height of the fighting in Donbas, Russia was using more ammunition in two days than the entire British military has in stock…“A major industrial expansion programme will be required if the nations of the West are to rebuild the capacity to design, produce and stockpile the large quantities of munitions. and platforms, that will be required for both deterrence and response missions in the twenty-first century”, retired Australian Maj. Gen. Mick Ryan wrote….And production will take considerable time…Mark F. Cancian, an expert on defense industry at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, reminds “that U.S. mobilization in World War II took about six years,” from 1938 to 1944 — And we are not, of course, going to mount such an all-out mobilization today unless we find ourselves in World War III…Moreover, building weapons systems today costs a lot more, and takes a lot longer, than during World War II — partly because systems are more sophisticated and partly because bureaucracy is more extensive…Boeing began designing the B-29 long-range bomber in 1938, and by 1946 had produced 2,766 B-29s…By comparison, Lockheed Martin began developing the F-35 fighter in 1995, and the United States currently has only 450 F-35s”. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
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