December 7, 2021
Biden Given Last Chance To Avert Modern-Day Cuban Missile Crisis
An informative new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting President Putin has made his position clear to Supreme Socialist Leader Joe Biden ahead of their scheduled secure video talks by stating: “It is not we who are threatening anyone, and accusing us of this, given the reality on the ground, or as we say to shift the blame from the person who’s sick in the head to the healthy one, is at minimum irresponsible”, says in response the White House announced that Biden during these talks “will raise concerns about Moscow’s military activities on the border with Ukraine and reaffirm the United States support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine”.
Immediately following this White House announcement, this report notes, the United States said it would not send troops into a conflict between Russia and Ukraine—however, Washington then pledged that it’s prepared to “bolster” members of its NATO military bloc, and stated: “We do not know whether Putin has made a decision about further military escalation in Ukraine, but we do know he’s putting in place the capacity to engage in such escalation should he decide to do so”.
Quickly joining the United States stating its intentions, this report continues, leftist mainstream propaganda media outlet CNN reported that anonymous socialist Biden Regime officials were mulling severe sanctions against Russia, to include cutting it off from the SWIFT international banking system, sanctioning Russian energy producers and sanctioning President Putin’s “inner circle”—sanctions made laughable because Biden’s lunatic energy policies caused Russia to become the second biggest oil exporter to the United States in 2021, and it remains one of the biggest suppliers of diesel heating fuel for America—and in quick reply to this leftist propaganda, saw Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov stating: “This is not news, but rather a continuation of the media hysteria that we have witnessed recently”.
This transcript next sees Security Council Members reviewing an analysis of these issues just released by renowned historian Dr. Tarik Cyril Amar in his strategic document “Putin-Biden talks: Is There Any Hope For Compromise?”, wherein he documents the present relationship between Russia and the United States as being: “Trust has collapsed; intransigence dominates; diplomacy and compromise are routinely denounced as appeasement…Leaders are captives – often willingly – of their own rhetoric and tough images”.
With these talks between President Putin and socialist leader Biden occurring on the 80th Anniversary of the 7 December 1941 attack on America that plunged it into World War II, this report details, it is fitting that Dr. Amar compared the present situation to the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis that nearly plunged the United States into World War III—a crisis Dr. Amar accurately describes by noting: “When Cuba exercised its sovereign right to engage in a military partnership with the Soviet Union, the US did not champion the principle of sovereign right to choose military partnerships…On the contrary, the US demonstrated it was prepared to start a nuclear war in 1962 to prevent Cuba from exercising its sovereign right to host Soviet missiles”.
Security Council Members in this transcript note that the right exercised by the United States over the sovereign nation of Cuba to dictate and threaten nuclear war over whom it formed a military alliance with is based on the concept of “sphere of influence”, which the United States asserts over the totality of North, Central and South America—a “sphere of influence” that America protects with its NATO military bloc, and would use if China and/or Russia began establishing military bases and placing missiles in countries like Cuba and Nicaragua—and in this instance sees Russia defending its “sphere of influence” over Ukraine, that will never be allowed to become a NATO threat on the very border of the Russian Federation.
The sole purpose underlying the United States whipping up hysterical war propaganda over Ukraine, this report concludes, has nothing whatsoever to do with an imaginary Russian invasion, rather its intention is to justify the existence of the NATO military bloc and its staggering costs, but whose reason for being evaporated with the collapse of the Soviet Union—is a Ukraine not needing to be invaded by Russia, as it’s a failed state that will soon cease to exist—but in trying to factually and realistically talk with the United States about these issues, it sees Dr. Amar most accurately describing what Russia is facing:
George Orwell brilliantly summed up how propaganda turns language on its head to make dissent impossible: “War is peace, freedom is slavery and ignorance is strength”.
In the age of NATO hegemony, invasion is humanitarian intervention, coup is democratic revolution, subversion is democracy promotion, gunboat diplomacy is freedom of navigation, torture is enhanced interrogation techniques, sphere of influence is a ring of well-governed states, expansion of military blocs is European integration, dominance is negotiating from a position of strength, purging the media and political opposition in Ukraine is defending democracy against Russian hybrid war, and Russia’s demands for guarantees against NATO expansionism are an assault on democracy and sovereignty.
[Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]