May 17, 2023
Russia Drapes American Flag On Coffin Of Green Berets Soldier Biden Won’t Acknowledge
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A forewarning new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting the State Duma passed a bill for the denunciation of the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE), says after exiting this treaty, Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev declared: “Good riddance…Now nothing prevents us from placing our weapons where we want to in order to protect our national interests, including in our Russian part of Europe, and we will maximize the production of weapons, military equipment and means of destruction”.
With the CFE treaty designed to prevent the buildup of Russian and socialist Western colonial military forces in Europe, this report notes, the United States began violating it with its so-called “training missions” used to flood American troops and equipment into Europe, one example being the United States Joint Chiefs of Staff issuing the press release “U.S. Presence At Spanish Base Continues To Grow”, and during the past fortnight saw it reported: “Green Berets with the U.S. Special Operations Command and soldiers with Spanish Special Forces observe and test various tactical and rescue operations equipment during RESCUE-OPS II in Alicante, Spain”.
Most insidiously, this report continues, many Green Berets special forces soldiers going to Spain on so-called “training missions” are placed on so-called “indefinite retirement” status, after which they show up on the battlefields of Ukraine—one of whom was US Army Green Berets Staff Sergeant Nicholas Maimer, who last year “moved to Spain to teach English”, then his home town newspaper in Idaho reported: “Now he is halfway around the world, spending his days in the muddy fields outside Kyiv, training Ukrainian civilians how to fight off Russian soldiers”—but instead of training Ukrainian civilians outside Kiev, this Green Berets solider was leading Ukrainian commandos fighting in Bakhmut on the front lines—that is until he was killed by Russian Private Military Company Wagner forces, whose commander Yevgeny Prigozhin, in knowing Supreme Socialist Leader Joe Biden will never honor this Green Berets death, or even acknowledge it, solemnly stated: “So we will hand him over to the United States of America, we’ll put him in a coffin, drape him with the American flag with respect because he did not die in his bed as a grandpa but he died at war and most likely a worthy death”.
In the Eastern European country best described in the article “Welcome To Ukraine, The Most Corrupt Nation In Europe” the demonic socialist Biden Regime won’t even acknowledge the American soldiers being killed there, this report details, after the Ministry of Defense (MoD) announced: “A precision strike by a Russian hypersonic Kinzhal missile has destroyed a Patriot air defense system in Kiev”, it saw British war journalist Kit Macdonald publishing the article “‘Like A Scene From Apocalypse Now’: I Was There When The Missiles Shook Kyiv”—Turkish media sources in Kiev also reported: “Before his destruction Patriot released the entire ammunition of 32 guided missiles, the price of which was $5,275 million per unit…The cost of the battery itself is from 500 million to 1,5 billion dollars, depending on the complexity of the equipment…There were three launchers in total in the positional area…One of them was liquidated, the second was seriously damaged…The third avoided damage in principle”—and in the American defense article “The Patriot System Isn’t Magic, Losses In Ukraine Can Be Expected”, saw it revealing: “There simply was no doubt that these batteries would become absolute missile magnets”.
With even Ukrainian military experts noting that these Patriot batteries fired off all their missiles to minimize damage as they knew their destruction was imminent, this report notes, in addressing the comical Ukraine claim it shot down unstoppable Russian hypersonic missiles, Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu factually stated: “I have already said that, and I will repeat it again…We have not launched as many Kinzhals as they allegedly shoot down every time with their statements…Moreover, the number of these ‘Ukrainian interceptions’ – and who really mans the American anti-aircraft complexes there, is still a big question – is three times as high as what we actually launch”.
Earlier today, this report continues, legendary Pulitzer Prize-winning American investigative journalist Seymour Hersh revealed: “Eastern European allies led by Poland are secretly urging Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky to end the Ukraine conflict, even by resigning himself, which the Ukrainian leader is refusing to do”—a stunning revelation quickly joined by Ukrainian Defense Ministry Main Intelligence Directorate top official Kirill Budanov declaring: “The question of ending the war involves the creation of a demilitarized zone; this is our goal…This would be a 100-kilometer-long demilitarized zone between Ukraine and Russia that could not be attacked by the usual means…In my view, this would absolutely be the right distance”—a declaration, however, whose substance of can’t even be discussed due to President Zelensky’s prohibition on conducting negotiations with President Putin, that he legally enshrined into law by his decree signed on 30 September 2022.
In response to the socialist Western colonial powers claim that Russia’s actions in Ukraine are “unprovoked aggression”, this report notes, top Russian envy Ambassador Gennady Gatilov to the United Nations headquarters in Geneva reminded the world yesterday: “The threat to Russia’s security from the military development of Ukraine’s territory was real and acute and similar to what the United States itself experienced during the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis…In deciding on a special military operation Russia took into account many security factors…In this regard, the Kiev regime’s agreement in principle to the accelerated strategic development of Ukrainian territory by the NATO nuclear alliance hostile to Russia as well as our country’s two nuclear adversaries – the United States and Britain…These countries have been pursuing an openly anti-Russian policy long before the current events in Ukraine…In this context, it is worth recalling London’s construction of a naval base in the Ukrainian port city of Ochakov, NATO’s anti-Russian exercise Sea Breeze in the summer of 2021, which ended with the reckless behavior of a British ship that came under fire from the Russian armed forces and was forced to retreat…Furthermore, in September 2020, the US Air Force used the airspace over Ukrainian territory for familiarization flights by heavy US B-52 nuclear-capable strategic bombers”.
Among those knowing the truth about what Ambassador Gatilov gravely reminded the world of yesterday, this report concludes, is world-renowned American international affairs expert Distinguished Professor Christopher Layne of International Affairs and the Robert M. Gates Chair in National Security at the Bush School of Government Policy & Public Service-Texas A&M University, who, in his just release national security document “Why Are We In Ukraine? On The Dangers Of American Hubris”, first noted that the end of the Cold War: “A bipartisan foreign policy consensus within the United States soon embraced the idea that NATO, rather than going “out of business”, would instead go “out of area””, whose consequences of he reveals: “By embracing what came to be called its “unipolar moment,” Washington demonstrated—to Paris, Berlin, London, New Delhi, and Beijing, no less than to Moscow—that it would no longer be bound by the norms implicit in great power politics, norms that constrain the aims pursued as much as the means employed”, and wherein he warningly observes:
What, after all, would be America’s reaction if Mexico were to invite China to station warships in Acapulco and bombers in Guadalajara?
For the past several years a civilian military analyst who has worked on international security issues with the Pentagon has put this question to the rising leaders in the U.S. military and intelligence services to whom he regularly lectures.
Their reactions, he told us, range from “cutting economic ties” and exerting “maximal foreign policy pressure on Mexico to get them to change course” to “we need to start there, and then use military force if necessary”, revealing just how reflexively these military and intelligence professionals would defend America’s own sphere of influence.
Typifying the egocentrism that governs the U.S. approach to the world in general and relations with Russia in particular, not one of these future military and intelligence leaders has thought to connect, even in this past year, what they believe would be Washington’s response to the hypothetical situation in Mexico with Moscow’s reaction to NATO’s expansion and policy toward Ukraine.
When the analyst has drawn those connections, the military and intelligence officers have been taken aback, in many cases admitting, as the analyst reports, “Damn, I never thought out what we’re doing to Russia in that light”.
The policies that Washington has pursued toward Moscow and Kyiv, often under the banner of righteousness and duty, have created conditions that make the risk of nuclear war between the United States and Russia greater than it has ever been.
Far from making the world safer by setting it in order, we have made it all the more dangerous.
[Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]