August 11, 2023
Trump Brands Biden “Stark Raving Lunatic” As World Warned “Stands At Critical Juncture”
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A thought-provoking new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev assessed: “The people suffering in the trenches of a divided country really need only to surrender, which could potentially pave the way to peace…But neither Washington nor Kiev want peace”, says this assessment of reality that the socialist Western colonial puppet state Ukraine has lost its military conflict Russia and further deaths are needless was joined by Ambassador Anatoly Antonov observing about the warmongering socialist Biden Regime: “The Administration seizes every opportunity to demonstrate its desire to help its clients in Kiev till the last Ukrainian…The amounts are enormous…Everything is at the expense of ordinary Americans…Many questions remain about how these amounts are actually spent…Do all weapons sent from the United States reach Ukraine?…I’d like to emphasize that even in the United States experts recognize more often that the chances of a successful Ukrainian counteroffensive are negligible…Western weapons will not help…The situation on the ground will not be changed by the troops, hastily trained to the vaunted NATO standards…I’d like to note that Washington is prolonging the conflict…There is some kind of maniacal desire to achieve a Russia’s strategic defeat…However all such endeavors are doomed to failure”.
In a further acknowledgement of reality, this report notes, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic most factually observed: “While Western countries are providing Ukraine with massive military assistance, now it is clear that there is nothing to it, and an easy end to the conflict is nowhere in sight…A war of attrition is being waged, and with all the strength of the West, Russia will not be defeated on the battlefield”—a factual observation followed by article “The Impact Of US-Russia Nuclear War On Americans”, wherein it gravely assessed: “The shadow of a devastating nuclear confrontation between the US-Russia looms large over the horizon…It’s a grim picture painted by U.S. presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., one that warns of catastrophic consequences reaching far beyond the borders of the two superpowers…The world stands at a critical juncture…Decisions made now will resonate for generations to come…It’s high time the international community reflects on the sheer magnitude of what’s at stake…The consequences of inaction, or wrong action, are simply too dire to ignore”.
As World War III “looms large over the horizon”, this report continues, yesterday it saw Supreme Socialist Leader Joe Biden submitting an emergency request to the United States Congress pleaded for an additional $24 billion to be given to Ukraine—and as for the tens-of-billions of American taxpayer dollars Socialist Leader Biden has already given to his money laundering haven Ukraine, it saw European Union and NATO member leader Polish President Andrzej Duda observing: “Does Ukraine have enough weapons to change the balance of the war and get the upper hand?…Probably, no…We know this by the fact that they’re not currently able to carry out a very decisive counteroffensive against the Russian military”.
Among those telling the truth about how the tens-of-billions-of-dollars Socialist Leader Biden funneled into his money laundering haven Ukraine ends up in the pockets of corrupt politicians and defense companies, while its weapons have are turned into scrap metal by the Russian military, this report details, is former US Marine intelligence officer and United Nations weapons inspector Scott Ritter, which explains why YouTube just deleted his channel—a censorship of truth immediately followed by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba declaring like a deranged lunatic: “The counter-offensive will soon give us victories and we will continue to fight, we have no alternatives…If and when Kiev decides to negotiate with Moscow, it will not do so with Russian President Vladimir Putin”—shortly after which Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky revealed he held “closed talks” with top British generals, and his government issued the statement: “On behalf of Vladimir Zelensky, a meeting was held in the format of a videoconference between representatives of the military-political leadership of Ukraine and the United States, dedicated to the situation at the frontline as well as defense cooperation”.
Following President Zelensky conferring with his socialist Western colonial military puppet masters, this report notes, it was reported: “President Vladimir Zelensky is looking for candidates to replace Aleksey Reznikov as minister of defense”—without doubt, these socialist Western colonial military puppet masters told President Zelensky the world is sickened by Ukrainians kidnapped off the street to be used as cannon fodder, as the leftist New York Times just revealed: “President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine ordered the dismissal of all the directors of regional military recruitment centers”—a move followed by the shocking news: “A court ruled against the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, giving the green light to the government to begin forcibly evicting monks from the historic monastery in the heart of Kiev”—all of which was joined by the prestigious American realpolitik think tank Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft releasing its open letter “The Myth Of A Strong Postwar Ukraine”, wherein it warned that Ukraine is committing population and economic suicide, and observed:
As Ukraine’s much anticipated counteroffensive sputters, Ukrainian officials are increasingly voicing accusations that Washington has pushed for attacks but failed to supply sufficient ammunition and air defense, setting up Ukraine for failure.
If that counteroffensive collapses altogether and NATO fails to come to the rescue, it is not hard to imagine a “stab-in-the-back” narrative taking root in Ukraine, with hatred toward Russia mingling with resentment toward the West.
As a rule, wars put strains on democratic liberty. Ukraine has not been an exception. Kyiv has outlawed opposition parties, arrested opposition leaders, closed opposition newspapers and broadcast media, cracked down on religious freedom, and indicated that presidential elections scheduled for 2024 will not be held if the war is still underway.
It is a mistake to believe that Ukraine will emerge from the war as a strong and prospering democracy no matter how it ends or how long it takes.
The longer it continues, the bleaker will be Ukraine’s future.
While Ukraine continues committing national suicide at the behest of its socialist Western colonial puppet masters, this report continues, yesterday it saw President Donald Trump branding Socialist Leader Biden with a series of scathing posts proclaiming: “Biden is not only dumb and incompetent he has gone MAD, a stark raving Lunatic…Our country is being destroyed by a man with the mind, ideas, and IQ of a First Grader”—today it saw the leftist Washington Post fearfully warning: “The prospect of Trump’s return to office hangs over Ukraine like a sword of Damocles”—all which was joined by leftist CNN asking an assembled group of American voters: “Raise your had if you if you think the United States should be supporting Ukraine in the fight against Putin”, and was shocked into silence when not a single one them raised a hand.
As under relentless socialist siege President Trump moves ever closer to returning to office, this report concludes, today it was reported: “The federal judge assigned to former President Trump’s 2020 election case has largely sided with Trump’s defense attorneys on a protective order over evidence, but handed prosecutors a win by broadening which material is considered “sensitive” and should be protected”—a report swiftly joined by the news: “Attorney General Merrick Garland on Friday appointed U.S. Attorney David Weiss of Delaware as special counsel in the ongoing investigation into Hunter Biden’s tax case…Garland made the surprise announcement during a midday news conference at Justice Department headquarters in Washington”—all of which followed famed American constitutional attorney and popular Fox News host Mark Levin most factually observing about President Trump: “This guy is almost like the American Dreyfus, if you want to know the truth…You would not have dreamt, just a few years ago, that this could be happening to our country”—an apt reference to French military officer Alfred Dreyfus, whose unjust prosecution by the French government and media ignited the Dreyfus Affair, whose reverberations from which were felt throughout Europe ultimately ending with Dreyfus’ complete exoneration, and has come to symbolize modern injustice—and in the just published leftist New York Times article “Imagine What Another Indictment Could Do For Donald Trump”, sees it observing:
Donald Trump is the most-indicted front-running presidential candidate ever.
There is, of course, no competition for this distinction. The myriad charges, with perhaps another set on the way, have shown no sign of denting Mr. Trump’s appeal among Republicans. Indeed, it’s not that he’s winning despite the indictments; it’s almost as though he’s winning because of the indictments.
The indictment by the Manhattan district attorney, Alvin Bragg, over the Stormy Daniels hush money changed the trajectory of the Republican race. Mr. Trump had already stabilized from the hit he took after the disappointing midterms for Republicans, but the indictment helped boost him nearly 10 points in the national polls, and he’s stayed on that elevated plane ever since.
Before this, the presumption in contemporary politics has been that a serious presidential candidate would have to withdraw if indicted. If the time and resources necessary to fight criminal charges didn’t dissuade him or her, the voters would leave the candidate no other choice.
Why hasn’t this happened to Mr. Trump? His ability to weather, and benefit from, his legal straits is a testament not just to his hold on the party but also to a deep distrust of the criminal justice system among Republicans.
There’s a natural suspicion when one side is indicting a leading politician of the other. Imagine if George W. Bush’s Justice Department had indicted John Kerry in 2003 when he was the presumed front-runner for the Democratic nomination to run against Mr. Bush in 2004. Even if, in this hypothetical, Mr. Kerry had been caught dead to rights on something, Democrats probably wouldn’t have assumed Attorney General John Ashcroft had the best of intentions.
As for Mr. Bragg, he’s a partisan Democrat who boasted during his election campaign about his work investigating and suing Mr. Trump and, sure enough, indicted him on gossamer-thin charges. If the circumstance were reversed and the prosecuting attorney in Jackson County, W.Va. — 74.7 percent for Mr. Trump in 2020 — found a reason to indict President Biden on dubious charges, Democratic voters surely would rally around Mr. Biden in sympathy and outrage.
On top of this, there is the Russia investigation of Mr. Trump, which began and continued for so long largely as a function of the F.B.I.’s incompetence and hostility toward him. At the time, he denounced the unfairness of it all, and ultimately, based on any reasonable reading of the record, was vindicated. When he invokes “the Russia hoax” or “Russia, Russia, Russia” to paint other investigations as simply further attempts to get him, Republicans tend to believe it.
The split screen with I.R.S. whistle-blowers testifying that Hunter Biden was given every consideration by the Department of Justice in an investigation that is potentially perilous to President Biden only helps Mr. Trump’s case.
Then there’s the politics of attention. As Mr. Trump showed in 2016, when it comes to media coverage, quantity has a quality all its own. The indictments make everything about him more so than is the case ordinarily. His motorcades haven’t been covered as extensively since he was president, and his latest Truth Social posts denouncing his mistreatment are being covered as breaking news.
It all contributes to the miniaturization of the rest of the field. Other candidates are given the choice of saying what many Republicans want to hear about how shabbily Mr. Trump is being treated and end up simply echoing his points or condemning his underlying conduct and seeming to pile on with his bitterest and most-hated enemies.
There may be Democrats who still believe they can somehow indict Mr. Trump out of presidential contention, but many Republicans who oppose him have dreaded the indictments as sure to bolster him, and so it has proved.
A figure like Mr. Trump, a colorful populist adored by a political base in part because he is so embattled, is unlikely to be taken down by the very authorities he says are corrupt and arrayed against him.
In the 1930s, impeachment didn’t stop Gov. Huey Long, the scourge of Louisiana’s establishment, who was entertaining and cunning and seemed to care nothing for rules or norms. After escaping impeachment on charges including blasphemy, partying with a stripper (some things never change) and subornation of murder, he went on to become a U.S. senator, popular with his base until his assassination in 1935.
Being barred from the House and various legal entanglements didn’t stop Representative Adam Clayton Powell Jr. of New York, a larger-than-life civil-rights activist who portrayed himself as the victim whenever faced with potential consequences for various financial and personal transgressions. He won a special election by seven to one after being barred and then won handily again.
Mr. Powell had decamped to the Bahamas for more than a year to avoid subpoenas, then finally came back to New York City in 1968 to surrender and accept the terms of his parole, smoking a cigar. The Daily News recounted, “Then uptown he went, grinning broadly. Screaming supporters mobbed him at the Renaissance Ballroom at Seventh Avenue and 138th Street. Women flung themselves deliriously upon him. Daddy’s home! Daddy’s home! ‘Keep the faith,’ he instructed them one by one”.
Mr. Trump engenders a similar reaction among his supporters. It may be that nearly six months from now, in the cold light of day before the Iowa caucuses, Republicans conclude the burden of his potential trials next year in terms of time, expense and political fallout makes him too risky a nominee.
In the meantime, almost every Republican who wants to beat him is thinking, “Please, no more indictments”.
[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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