Russian Nukes Can Be Used To Defend Annexed Ukraine Regions, Kremlin Warns
They’d better hope they don’t need any rockets for their nukes since the rocket scientists are being mobilized. Go force Z!
Good! Let them freak out.
Putin is not bluffing with this mobilization.
Good to see this.
Putin won't use nukes. If anyone bothered to listen to his translated speech, or read the transcript, he clearly defined who the enemy is and it's not Ukrainian, Russian, or citizens of any other countries. It is the globalists, 'nats', and elitists.To paraphrase, he said Russia would use whatever weaponry they have at their disposal. This also could mean information. Information warfare, or 5th generation warfare.
I believe he also mentioned in his speech that he has the full backing of the Russian people and those Russian citizens living in Ukraine.
A side note that a few people have posted on social media: At Trump's Ohio rally he displayed a blackened US flag with no stars, or the stars were blacked out. The only person who can change the US flag is the Commander in Chief of US military forces. That black flag was a signal to the "enemy", I think the Deep State, that any deals are off the table, they must surrender and any further agression would result in annihilation. Someone on another website posted the military code for this flag and I forgot to copy it. Some of you who may know where to find that may want to check on that. Might be interesting to watch his 9/24 rally.
Link to video
Aside from all of the nuke fear going on, I think we're about to see Old Testament God.
There's still the option of a cozy execution though, right? (asking for a politician)
"LIVE! Life is a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death. LIVE! LIVE! LIVE!" Auntie Mame
I never asked for trust funds. They were thrust upon me. Have pity.
Don't rule nukes out. When he said whatever means necessary--that would mean nukes. But the threshold will be high... and that would mean direct involvement by NATO. First he would use high precision hypersonics against NATO command centers and staging points. When and if NATO makes direct attacks on Russian soil--then the glove come off and the canned sunshine is opened up.
The reserves are coming in Russia by the droves. The protests are just minor pimples here and there and overblown by the western MSM. In reality about 1 million reservists are being called back into action--and in about three months the final onslaught in Ukraine will unfold. If NATO intervenes, then the canned sunshine will most likely be employed.
You can thank your US government and fuk-nuts who think like Brute-Ass-Wipe for what will unfold.
Brainwashed for War With Russia
by Ray McGovern Posted onSeptember 22, 2022
Thanks to Establishment media, the sorcerer apprentices advising President Joe Biden – I refer to Secretary of State Antony Blinken, national security adviser Jacob Sullivan, and China specialist Kurt Campbell – will have no trouble rallying Americans for the widest war in 77 years, starting in Ukraine, and maybe spreading to China. And, shockingly, under false pretenses.
Most Americans are oblivious to the reality that Western media are owned and operated by the same corporations that make massive profits by helping to stoke small wars and then peddling the necessary weapons. Corporate leaders, and Ivy-mantled elites, educated to believe in U.S. "exceptionalism," find the lucre and the luster too lucrative to be able to think straight. They deceive themselves into thinking that (a) the US cannot lose a war; (b) escalation can be calibrated and wider war can be limited to Europe; and (c) China can be expected to just sit on the sidelines. The attitude, consciously or unconsciously, "Not to worry. And, in any case, the lucre and luster are worth the risk."
The media also know they can always trot out died-in-the-wool Russophobes to "explain," for example, why the Russians are "almost genetically driven" to do evil (James Clapper, former National Intelligence Director and now hired savant on CNN); or Fiona Hill (former National Intelligence Officer for Russia), who insists "Putin wants to evict the United States from Europe … As he might put it: "Goodbye, America. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out."
Absent a miraculous appearance of clearer heads with a less benighted attitude toward the core interests of Russia in Ukraine, and China in Taiwan, historians who survive to record the war now on our doorstep will describe it as the result of hubris and stupidity run amok. Objective historians may even note that one of their colleagues – Professor John Mearsheimer – got it right from the start, when he explained in the autumn 2014 issue of Foreign Affairs "Why the Ukraine Crisis is the West’s Fault."
Historian Barbara Tuchman addressed the kind of situation the world faces in Ukraine in her book "The March of Folly: From Troy to Vietnam." (Had she lived, she surely would have updated it to take Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, and Ukraine into account). Tuchman wrote:
"Wooden-headedness…plays a remarkably large role in government. It consists in assessing a situation in terms of preconceived fixed notions while ignoring or rejecting any contrary signs. It is acting according to wish while not allowing oneself to be deflected by the facts."
Six Years (and Counting) of Brainwashing
Thanks to US media, a very small percentage of Americans know that:
14 years ago, then US Ambassador to Russia (current CIA Director) William Burns was warned by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov that Russia might have to intervene in Ukraine, if it were made a member of NATO. The Subject Line of Burns’s Feb. 1, 2008 Embassy Moscow cable (#182) to Washington makes it clear that Amb. Burns did not mince Lavrov’s words; the subject line stated: "Nyet means nyet: Russia’s NATO enlargement redlines."
Thus, Washington policymakers were given forewarning, in very specific terms, of Russia’s redline regarding membership for Ukraine in NATO. Nevertheless, on April 3, 2008, a NATO summit in Bucharest asserted: "NATO welcomes Ukraine’s and Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations for membership in NATO. We agreed today that these countries will become members of NATO."
8 years ago, on Feb. 22, 2014, the US orchestrated a coup in Kiev – rightly labeled "the most blatant coup in history’, insofar as it had already been blown on YouTube 18 days prior. Kiev’s spanking new leaders, handpicked and identified by name by US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland in the YouTube-publicized conversation with the U.S. ambassador in Kiev, immediately called for Ukraine to join NATO.
6 years ago, in June 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin told Western reporters of his concern that so-called antiballistic missiles sites in Romania and Poland could be converted overnight to accommodate offensive strike missiles posing a threat to Russia’s own nuclear forces. (See this unique video, with English subtitles, from minute 37 to 49.) There is a direct analogy with the 1962 Cuban missile crisis when Moscow put offensive strike missiles in Cuba and President John Kennedy reacted strongly to the existential threat that posed to the US.
On December 21, 2021, President Putin told his most senior military leaders:
"It is extremely alarming that elements of the US global defense system are being deployed near Russia. The Mk 41 launchers, which are located in Romania and are to be deployed in Poland, are adapted for launching the Tomahawk strike missiles. If this infrastructure continues to move forward, and if US and NATO missile systems are deployed in Ukraine, their flight time to Moscow will be only 7–10 minutes, or even five minutes for hypersonic systems. This is a huge challenge for us, for our security." [Emphasis added.]
On December 30, 2021, Biden and Putin talked by phone at Putin’s urgent request. The Kremlin readout stated:
"Joseph Biden emphasized that Russia and the US shared a special responsibility for ensuring stability in Europe and the whole world and that Washington had no intention of deploying offensive strike weapons in Ukraine." Yuri Ushakov, a top foreign policy adviser to Putin, pointed out that this was also one of the goals Moscow hoped to achieve with its proposals for security guarantees to the US and NATO. [Emphasis added.]
On February 12, 2022, Ushakov briefed the media on the telephone conversation between Putin and Biden earlier that day.
"The call was as a follow-up of sorts to the … December 30 telephone conversation. … The Russian President made clear that President Biden’s proposals did not really address the central, key elements of Russia’s initiatives either with regards to non-expansion of NATO, or non-deployment of strike weapons systems on Ukrainian territory … To these items, we have received no meaningful response." [Emphasis added.]
On February 24, 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine.
The US insists that Russia’s invasion was "unprovoked". Establishment media dutifully regurgitate that line, while keeping Americans in the dark about such facts (not opinion) as are outlined (and sourced) above. Most Americans are just as taken in by the media as they were 20 years ago, when they were told there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. They simply took it on faith. Nor did the guilty media express remorse – or a modicum of embarrassment.
The late Fred Hiatt, who was op-ed editor at the Washington Post, is a case in point. In an interview with the Columbia Journalism Review [CJR, March/April 2004] he commented:
"If you look at the editorials we wrote running up [to the war], we state as flat fact that he [Saddam Hussein] has weapons of mass destruction." "If that’s not true, it would have been better not to say it."
(My journalism mentor, Robert Parry, had this to say about Hiatt’s remark. "Yes, that is a common principle of journalism, that if something isn’t real, we’re not supposed to confidently declare that it is.")
It’s worse now. Russia is not Iraq. And Putin has been so demonized over the past six years that people are inclined to believe the likes of James Clapper to the effect there’s something genetic that makes Russians evil. "Russia-gate" was a big con (and, now, demonstrably so), but Americans don’t know that either. The consequences of prolonged demonization are extremely dangerous – and will become even more so in the next several weeks as politicians vie to be the strongest in opposing and countering Russia’s "unprovoked" attack on Ukraine.
Humorist Will Rogers had it right:
"The problem ain’t what people know. It’s what people know that ain’t so; that’s the problem."
Ray McGovern works with Tell the Word, a publishing arm of the ecumenical Church of the Saviour in inner-city Washington. His 27-year career as a CIA analyst includes serving as Chief of the Soviet Foreign Policy Branch and preparer/briefer of the President’s Daily Brief. He is co-founder of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS).
Looks like the Chechen’s won’t be joining them this time.
Chechnya Exempts Itself From Russia’s Draft
And here they come!
The administration, and its cohorts, are guilty of putting this country at risk, all for protecting their honey hole in Ukraine (which Trump exposed). This proxy war is unsustainable, and will be exposed if let to continue. Hoping they back off and let Putin reclaim the small area he wants back for Russia.
Call me the Breeze -------
He probably won’t get that area back if his tanks keep blowing up.
The reality of the situation is that Putin did NOT WANT these regions back into Russia. Yeah they reclaimed/annexed Crimea which was in fact historically Russian territory (purchased from Turkey).
The people of Luhansk and Donsesk are in fact heavily Russian ethnics (over 80%) and want to break away from Ukraine--and in the process the Ukranian government has been waging a war of genocide against them. Then they actually moved masses of tropps against these regions and this is when Putin decided to move against Ukraine.
Now they have conducted a plebiscite to give people the choice of actually becoming a part of Russia (smart move BTW). And of course this will happen and further attacks on these areas WILL BE considered a direct attack upon the Russian homeland/motherland itself.
Even smarter to make sure the vote goes the way they want!
The couple of dozen biolabs (WTF), shelling the Donbas for 8 years, attempting to eradicate the Russian language and culture (with indiscriminate shelling of civilians, that is called Genocide kids...)
And the LITERAL NAZI Brigades. FFS.
Corporate media is sure to explain to its clueless consumers that this was "UNPROVOKED", every fucking time they say that. This is how you know that it indeed WAS provoked and Russia wasn't given a choice here. They have been very restrained so far, let's hope that lasts.
I'm not a Putin fanboi but FFS. Russia wants security. This whole thing could have been avoided. Boris was dispatched to Ukraine to tell Zelensky not to deal.
And here we are.
Looks like it will if this is any indication.
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My guess is that if the Rooskies decide to launch their nukes 3/4ths of those ancient rusty things will blow up on the launch pad.
Don't count on that.
FYI--all of their nuclear arsenal has been replaced and modernized since the collapse of the USSR.
In fact most of their arsenal is far more advanced than out shit--which BTW is in fact aging 70's and 80's technology.
You're thinking like a militard.
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