December 11, 2022
Putin Warns “Hundreds Of Our Missiles Are In The Air” Once Early Warning System Activates
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A foreboding new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting President Putin and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan discussing by phone this morning a record growth of trade turnover and energy projects of the two countries, the grain deal and the Syrian settlement, says this discussion followed President Putin revealing he was “surprised and disappointed” by former German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s confession that the purpose of the Minsk peace agreements was to “buy time” for Ukraine, added that it justified the “Special De-Nazification Operation” to liberate Ukraine, then he factually observed about the socialist Western colonial powers: “Their point was only to load up Ukraine with weapons and prepare it for hostilities…We see that…Honestly, we may have realized that too late, and maybe should have started all this sooner…I thought other participants in that process were honest…Turns out they too were deceiving us…The deception about Minsk now raises a question of trust…It is currently almost at zero”.
With “zero trust” existing between Russia and the socialist Western colonial powers, this report notes, President Putin warned them all: “I assure you, after the early warning system receives a signal of a missile attack, hundreds of our missiles are in the air…There will be nothing left of the enemy, because it is impossible to intercept a hundred missiles…This, of course, is a deterrent — a serious deterrent”—a warning followed by the leftist American article “Putin Makes New Nuclear ‘First Use’ Threat”, wherein it states: “The Russian leader is mulling the idea of adding the potential of a preventative nuclear first strike to his nation’s military doctrine”—but in factual reality, President Putin isn’t making a “threat”, rather he’s responding to the international Arms Control Association official document “Biden Policy Allows First Use Of Nuclear Weapons”, wherein it revealed this past April: “Senior U.S. officials said that Biden has decided not to follow through on his 2020 pledge to declare that the sole purpose of nuclear weapons is to deter a nuclear attack against the United States or its allies…Instead, he approved a version of a policy from the Obama administration that leaves open the option to use nuclear weapons not only in retaliation to a nuclear attack, but also to respond to non-nuclear threats”.
With the United States having deployed nuclear weapons in Europe and on warships surrounding Russia, this report continues, in knowing that early warning systems can only detect a missile launch, and not if it’s nuclear armed, it caused NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg to respond to President Putin’s warning with the statement: “I fear that the war in Ukraine will get out of control, and spread into a major war between NATO and Russia”—and in knowing that the criminal Ukrainian regime is capable of staging a false flag missile attack from a NATO country on Russia to ignite World War III, whose Russian response would obliterate socialist Western capitols like Berlin, it saw German Chancellor Olaf Scholz revealing he’s keeping in close contact with President Putin, and stating: “I’ll keep talking to him…I want to live to see the moment when it is possible to get out of the situation…You can’t do that if you do not talk to each other”.
As World War III looms, this report concludes, Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev warned the peoples of Russia: “Moscow’s enemies are not only in Kiev, but also in Europe, North America and a number of other locations whose allegiances lie with contemporary Nazis…Therefore, we are increasing the production of the most powerful weapons and munitions…Including those based on new principles”—a warning joined by top Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov most factually observing: “We are not moving, we have already arrived at the station called “confrontation”…And we need to be collected, powerful and need to have a margin of safety, because we still have to live in the conditions of this confrontation”—all of which was followed by Director Thomas Greminger of the Geneva Center for Security Policy, and former secretary-general of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe, assessing: “The conflict in Ukraine has given rise to a new security paradox in Europe…Many in the West argue that, until Russia is truly democratic, Ukraine will need Western security guarantees…For its part, Moscow insists that until the world is multipolar and global governance is authentically democratic, NATO and the expansion of Western military infrastructure toward Russian borders will present an existential security threat for Russia…Can these contentions be reconciled without another continental war in Europe?”. [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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