Obama is the most evil president in American history. The fact that he was re-elected says much about the kind of nation America has become. But, I had hoped that there was a silver lining to this awful presidency – a reduction in the threat of nuclear war.
That vain hope was dashed when I saw the CIA’s muddy bootprints all over events in Ukraine. If Russia had any doubts about America’s intentions, you can bet that she is now certain that America is determined to destroy Russia.
Worse, it is merely confirmation of reports that Russia has been getting for years.
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America Destroyed – Part 3 – Nuclear Decisions
As I said yesterday, the Bible’s account of an attack on Israel (Gog and Magog), is more than enough proof that something dreadful has happened to America. The US MUST defend the petrodollar system, or her empire ceases to exist. The fact that she can’t means that imperial America HAS fallen.
Add to this Revelation’s description of a deadly wound happening to such an empire as America’s… well, suspicion becomes certainty. But, certainty can still leave room for doubt. So, let’s remove all doubt by digging up the decisions America has been making that will lead her to this ‘deadly wound’.
When the Soviet Union finally collapsed on December 26th, 1991, there was nothing that protected her from her enemies, except for nuclear weapons. And, even that was under threat as her financial system spiraled out of control. It hit rock-bottom in 1999, but she still scraped up enough cash to invest in the modernization of her nuclear weapons systems.
In 1997, as their GDP was about to fall by more than 50%, they put into service the Topol-M, also known as the SS-27. This missile was specifically designed to survive a nuclear attack, so that it could be used in retaliation. And, it was also designed to evade America’s anti-missile defense system, and it is apparently still able to do so.
The capabilities of this missile were loudly publicized in hopes of making any potential enemy think twice before attacking Russia.
US Nuclear Intentions Revealed
Fast-forward to 2006 and an article that shook the world of foreign policy. It appeared in the CFR’s magazine, Foreign Affairs, and was titled “The Rise of U.S. Nuclear Primacy” by Keir A. Lieber and Daryl G. Press. Through careful and irrefutable analysis, they indicated that America was developing the ability to launch a nuclear first strike and defeat any retaliation – which they called Nuclear Primacy.
This was NOT good news for those who were suspicious of American intentions, which was probably why the Russians rolled out an upgraded missile, the RS-24 Yars, in 2010. If you have a history of being attacked and run over by history, you tend to treat threats seriously. And THIS threat was big.
CIA Attempts To Encircle Russia
During this time, the CIA went in and overthrew the government of Georgia, on Russia’s southern border – installing US ally Mikheil Saakashvili. The US then handed Georgia military training, money and weapons. Saakashvili had dreams of joining NATO, a desire that the US State Department encouraged.
This led to Georgian over-confidence and the Russo-Georgian War of 2008. Georgia was defeated, but Russia was rattled and feeling threatened by the US.
The Obama administration attempted a ‘reset’ with Russia in 2009, and presented Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov with a button labelled peregruzka, or ‘overload’ – claiming that they meant ‘reset’. With all that the United States had been doing, the Russians would have undoubtedly wondered if the Americans were really interested in a new US-Russian relationship, or… just an ‘overload’.
Then, just two years later in 2011, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the CIA launched the ‘uprising’ in Syria to stop a certain natural gas pipeline. That pipeline would have stretched from Iran, through Iraq and to a Mediterranean port on the coast of Syria. The ‘uprising’ killed the deal which was a big blow to Russia, because the Russian company Gazprom had an enormous stake in that pipeline.
Worse, this uprising in Syria threatened Russia’s naval presence in Syria’s second-largest port, Tartus, and her influence in the region. Add to this, direct Saudi involvement in stirring up trouble in Chechnya, within Russia, and you have a very, very unhappy Bear.
All of this would have been extremely bad news for Russia. But as deplorable as the situation was, cooler heads in the Kremlin might have dismissed these moves by America and her allies as just a bit of over-confident irrationality. But, all of that changed this year.
Then, There’s Ukraine
When the CIA and the US State Department overthrew the government of Ukraine in February of this year, they pointed a dagger at the heart of Russia. America had physically breached Russia’s geopolitical boundaries and threatened the Russian heartland. It was a threat that could NOT be ignored.
Please understand that Russia’s unfortunate history has been one of hostile neighbors and indefensible borders. That’s why Russia considered it vital to have either mountains or water separating the Russians from their neighbors.
By overthrowing Victor Yanukovych and installing a US puppet in Ukraine, America trampled over what Russia considers to be a vital interest – The Carpathian mountains. Without the Carpathians as a barrier to NATO, Russia was wide-open for invasion. It was an invitation to a return to the nightmare of Russian history.
Whatever reason America had in doing what she did in Ukraine, the Russians would have seen this as a revelation of American intentions. Everything America had done in the past would have been cast in a new light, and there could be no question in my mind that the Russian government now felt a real and present threat to their existence.
Unfortunately, we aren’t done.
The Final Threat
Now, we are hearing that US military strategists are lobbying for a nuclear strike on Russia. And, if WE are hearing about this, you can only guess at what Russia is hearing.
Have we gone beyond the lobbying stage and directly into planning a nuclear attack on Russia?
My suspicion is that they have, and there is some evidence to back up these thoughts. In addition to whatever hard evidence that we may have, please remember that Russia is an active threat to the petrodollar system. And, the United States will do ANYTHING to keep that system alive – including the murder of tens of millions of Russians in a nuclear first strike.
Furthermore, Russia knows that it cannot hope to survive a nuclear first strike. And, that leaves only one option:
Now, many of you will want to claim that Russia could never pull this off, that it would be an impossible task. And, most in the US government would agree with you.
But, are you sure?
More on THAT, tomorrow.
Are you ready for this?
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