October 23, 2022
Biden Battles Kissinger As Ukrainians Cry “We’ll Have To Live Like Cave People”
A compelling new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting President Putin sent a message of congratulations to Chinese President Xi Jinping upon his securing a third term in power, wherein it stated: “I will be glad to continue our constructive dialogue and close joint work on the development of comprehensive partnership and strategic cooperation between our countries”, says this message followed President Donald Trump telling a rally of tens-of-thousands of cheering supporters last evening: “I ran twice, I won twice…And I did much better the second time than I did the first…Getting million more votes in 2020 than I got in 2016, and, likewise, getting more votes than any sitting president in the history of our country by far…Now, in order to make our country successful and glorious again, i will probably have to do it again”—all of which has now been joined by the Politico article “US Election Outcome Threatens Ukraine Aid”, wherein it warns: “EU members should be prepared to provide more aid to Ukraine after the November 8 midterm elections in the US…If the Republican Party takes control of Congress, NATO’s most generous donor to Ukraine’s war effort may suddenly seem much more parsimonious next year”.
Among those hourly observing the rapidly shifting political tides that will determine global war or peace, this report notes, is former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, who today assessed: “I regret that the European Union creates the impression that it is in slavery to the Americans…Whether we like it or not, countries do not change their address, Europe and Russia are doomed to maintain peaceful and good neighborly relations…If we managed to reconcile France and Germany, we can reconcile Europe and Russia”—an assessment concurred with by world-renowned American historian Professor Harold Hyman, who in the highly-influential French publication Causeur just released his open letter “Biden versus Kissinger”, wherein he wrote:
The two men do not have the same relationship to geostrategy.
Kissinger honed his reputation as a theoretician through his books and public speaking, while Biden, despite his political experience, did not produce a body of work.
Since the beginning of the Russian invasion, Kissinger has expressed himself more frequently than ever in the media, written and audiovisual. Its manifest objective is to revise its doctrine for posterity by updating its geopolitical vision…
By contrast, Joe Biden allowed himself to take a clearly belligerent and moralizing stance towards Putin. Like, democracy and international law must be protected, and so on.
As for Putin, Biden began to simply insult him, linking the Russian president with high-profile crimes. As if Biden wanted rehabilitate himself by throwing off the image of a weak president, established after the failures in Afghanistan.
Kissinger makes it clear that the Western media’s impassioned condemnation of Russia as an ‘expansionist dictatorship‘ misses the mark. The problem is no longer geopolitics, but elementary security.
They met about thirty times and spoke in German. Kissinger often wrote about Putin’s foreign policy, presenting him as a pragmatist, a “mystically strong national leader” and a “patriot”.
Secretary of State Henry Kissinger called for a diplomatic solution to the Ukrainian conflict, otherwise it could turn into a serious escalation.
Among those standing in the middle of the geopolitical battle raging between the forces aligned with senior American statesman Henry Kissinger and those supporting Supreme Socialist Leader Joe Biden, this report continues, is German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who in response to leftist American media fake news claims that President Putin threatened to escalate the conflict in Ukraine, factually stated: “For good reasons, I don’t speak about the negotiations that I have with the Russian president…But here’s what I can say: The reports that I read about the alleged threats during these negotiations are false”—a factual statement Chancellor Scholz joined with the revelation: “During my conversations with our citizens, I got the impression that between 20 and 30% of them disagreed either with the policy of sanctions on Russia or with the supplies of weapons to Ukraine”—because of these economically suicidal Russian sanctions the German Federal Statistics Office just grimly reported: “Producer prices jumped by nearly 50% for two months in a row in August and September and are the highest measured since the survey began in 1949”—and today it sees unnamed German political and defense industry representatives telling the Handelsblatt newspaper: “Germany is “massively” reducing its rearmament plans as high inflation and a strong dollar have made the equipment too expensive to buy for the country”.
For only the second time since the Ministry of Defense (MoD) launched the “Special De-Nazification Operation” to liberate Ukraine on 24 February, this report details, Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu accepted a call from his American counterpart Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Friday, wherein they “discussed issues of international security, including the situation in Ukraine”—following this call it saw former CIA Director and retired United States Army General David Petraeus issuing the public threat: “The United States and its allies might directly intervene in the ongoing conflict between Moscow and Kiev, even if there is no threat to any NATO member states”—a public threat joined by Socialist Leader Biden deploying the United States Army 101st Airborne Division into Romania on the border of Ukraine, whose commanders told CBS News they “would not hesitate to enter Ukraine should a conflict break out between Russia and NATO”—after ABC News investigative journalist James Meek discovered what the Americans are planning for Ukraine, the socialist Biden Regime disappeared him from the face of the Earth six months ago—all of which follows Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov urging the socialist Western colonial powers to refrain from interfering in Russia’s military offensive in Ukraine, also reminding them that Russia’s nuclear arsenal is on its highest combat alert status, and strongly suggesting they read the document “Russia’s Nuclear Weapons: Doctrine, Forces, and Modernization”.
As the socialist Biden Regime contemplates starting a nuclear war with Russia, this report notes, it comes during the same week the “2023 Index of U.S. Military Strength” document was released, wherein its Executive Summary first shockingly notes: “Since its founding, the U.S. has been involved in a major “hot” war every 15–20 years”, then grimly reveals: “As currently postured, the U.S. military is at growing risk of not being able to meet the demands of defending America’s vital national interests…It is rated as weak relative to the force needed to defend national interests on a global stage against actual challenges in the world as it is rather than as we wish it were…This is the logical consequence of years of sustained use, underfunding, poorly defined priorities, wildly shifting security policies, exceedingly poor discipline in program execution, and a profound lack of seriousness across the national security establishment even as threats to U.S. interests have surged”.
With American military forces now poised on the border of Ukraine, this report continues, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky screamed that the world should make it clear to Russia that it would have to face an immediate military response if it decides to use nuclear arms against Kiev and demanded the world should tell the Russians: “If you strike the Ukrainian President’s Office on Bankova Street there will be a strike at where you are”—are the ravings of a lunatic now joined with the grave news: “According to credible sources in various countries – including in Ukraine – the Kyiv regime is preparing a provocation on its territory related to the detonation of the so-called “dirty bomb” or low-yield nuclear weapon…The purpose of the provocation is to accuse Russia of using weapons of mass destruction”—on Thursday it saw President Zelensky claiming that Russia has mined the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant Dam on the Dnipro River in Ukraine’s southern Kherson Oblast, setting the stage for a “large-scale disaster”—is an insane claim that doesn’t explain why Russia would blow up this critical dam that provides water to millions of people in Crimea, and in factual reality sees Ukraine launching over 100 missiles a day in their attempt to destroy this vital dam, which is why Russia is evacuating peoples from this region—while making his insane claims President Zelensky ordered 83-year old businessman and former lawmaker Vyacheslav Boguslaev with a Hero of Ukraine title detained on treason charges, and now faces a life sentence—while continuing to round up and arrest its own citizens, yesterday it saw Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmigal demanding the European Union immediately give them $8.8-billion to pay salaries and pensions, a demand he joined with the threat that Ukraine will flood the European Union with a “tsunami” of refugees.
As part of its so-called “strategy” to counter Russia, this report concludes, the socialist Western colonial powers have flooded into Ukraine air defense systems, whose missiles cost between $2 and $4 million per unit, but which are used to fend off massive waves of Russian drone attacks that some experts estimate cost as little as $200—after Ukraine fires off tens-of-millions of dollars worth of missiles to take down massive fleets of cheap drones, Russian air and sea launched cruise missiles have been free to obliterate the heating and electrical infrastructure throughout the entirety of Ukraine—this morning the largest electrical producer in Ukraine announced: “By order of NPC Ukrenergo, stabilization blackouts began in Kyiv”, then it was reported: “Emergency shutdowns began in the Rivne region of Ukraine due to an increase in the load on the power grid”—and today the peoples of Ukraine are being warned: “Total darkness and cold are coming”, quickly after which one of them posted the crying message: “If it continues much longer like this, we’ll have to live like cave people”. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]