Putin Joins US Supreme Court To Strike Biden With Fatal Blows

July 1, 2022

Putin Joins US Supreme Court To Strike Biden With Fatal Blows

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers

A forewarning new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting President Putin announcing that Russia is ready to fully meet the fertilizer demand of agricultural producers from friendly countries, says he then delivered a fatal blow against Western colonial Supreme Socialist Leader Joe Biden by signing a decree ordering the transfer of the Sakhalin-2 oil and gas project in Far East Russia to a new domestic operator in response to unfriendly Western sanctions and threats to Russia’s national interests and economic security, the immediate effect of which destroys Western global energy giants’ billions-of-dollars worth of investments and deprives Japan of 10% of its critically needed liquefied natural gas imports.

In the latest blatantly illegal Western colonial move in response to the “Special De-Nazification Operation” to liberate Ukraine, this report notes, Germany seized control of three liquefied natural gas carriers that belong to Russian energy giant Gazprom—and in quick response, Gazprom announced it will completely shut down natural gas supplies to the European Union that flow through Germany from 11 July to 21 July, with them stating: “Nord Stream AG will temporarily shut down both lines of its gas pipeline system for routine maintenance works inclusive testing of mechanical elements and automation systems for ensuring reliable, safe, and efficient pipeline operations”.

As to if Gazprom will really reopen natural gas supplies to the European Union, this report continues, it bears noticing Belarus Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei warning: “The Iron Curtain is now being erected by Westerners themselves…It is practically already up…The Western countries are doing it carefully, so as not to pinch anything off, but the process is underway”—a warning immediately joined by Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov assessing that even though the NATO Founding Act of 1997 that prevents war between Russia and the Western colonial powers from breaking out legally remains in force, “it has effectively been violated by the American-led bloc”—an assessment followed by Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev declaring: “Under certain circumstances, such hostile steps can be perceived as an act of international aggression…And even as a casus belli…In response to them, the state has the right to individual and collective self-defense”.

With articles now appearing like “Rationing Has Already Started In Europe As The Entire Globe Plunges Into A Horrific Economic Nightmare”, this report details, a group of 21 highly-influential German academics, philosophers, journalists, artists and ex-diplomats released their open letter “Ceasefire Now!”, wherein they state: “So far, Ukraine has been able to defend itself, thanks in part to massive economic sanctions and military support from Europe and the United States…But the longer these actions last, the more unclear the goals of the war become…The victory of Ukraine and the return of all the occupied territories are considered unrealistic by military experts, since Russia has a military advantage and is capable of further escalation of hostilities…Western countries should therefore ask themselves exactly what goal they want to achieve and whether (and for how long) the arms supply is still the right solution…The continuation of the war, which would lead to the complete victory of Ukraine over Russia, is the death of thousands of victims of the war in the name of a goal that does not seem realistic”.

In quick response to these esteemed German policymakers, this report notes, it saw Ukrainian Ambassador Andrey Melnik to Germany firing back like a lunatic: “What a bunch of pseudo-intellectual losers…They should go to hell with their defeatist advice”—a “hell”, according to Melnik, that should also make room for senior adviser Harlan Ullman at the Atlantic Council, who has actively advised American Secretaries of State and DefenseNATO strategic commanders (including serving on the Senior Advisory Board of Supreme Allied Commander Europe for thirteen years), and NATO secretaries-general as well as members of Congress and heads of a number of foreign governments in Europe and the Indo-Pacific regions, and in whose just published open letter “What’s Putin’s Next Move?” assesses:

Putin has size and quantity on his side in the war against Ukraine.  No matter how heroic Ukrainian resistance has been, it is not infinite, especially as casualties rise and weapons and logistics stocks are depleted.

Putin no doubt sees, rightly or wrongly, the weaknesses and flaws in the Western alliance that, over time, will not be contained and can be exploited.

In that context, energy and food will be exploited to divide the alliance.

Europe is dependent on Russian gas and oil.  And the cost of gasoline in America, assuming it will remain high, is a huge problem for President Biden and his domestic support, exacerbated by swelling inflation that may constrain a longer term consensus to allocate many billions of dollars to support Ukraine.

Putin learned in his engagement in Syria, migration can be a powerful weapon.   With an outbreak of massive global starvation and food shortages, the implications for migration are self-evident. 

With 5 million displaced Ukrainians and substantial numbers seeking refuge in Poland, Romania and elsewhere, starvation will drive orders of magnitude more people to find safety and sustenance in Europe and the U.S.  The West may not be able to handle this.

Putin sees that the U.S. has been forced into planning for a two-front war directed against Russia and China.

Putin fully appreciates the folly of such a strategy.  Napoleon and Hitler ultimately were defeated by embarking on two-front wars, invading Russia in 1812 and the USSR in 1941, respectively.

China then is a strategic asset as well as a market for Russian energy to circumvent the sanctions and force the U.S. to dilute its resources in having to cope with two major adversaries half a world away.

Putin also sees the divisions in America over virtually every issue as further constraints on its power and ability to influence events.”

Now joining the assessment made by senior American advisor Ullman, this report continues, is a new poll published this week by the Institute of Politics of the University of Chicago, wherein it grimly reveals: “Almost half of Americans feel like strangers in their own country…The majority of people consider their government as a corrupt institution working against them, with more than a quarter saying it may be necessary to take up arms”—today it sees an avalanche of economic articles appearing like “US Stocks Off To Worst Start In Over 50 years”—in the just published economic article “It’s Been A Vicious 6 Months For Stocks. Here’s What The Grim Markets Are Signaling” sees it warning: “If, in a few months, there are indications that the Fed is succeeding at bringing inflation under control, markets will stabilize…But if it becomes clear the Fed isn’t getting a handle on inflation, all bets are off”—to what the under socialist siege American people are facing sees it being documented in economic articles now appearing like “BREAKING: BIDEN ECONOMY Officially in Recession – Key Fed GDP Tracker Turns Negative”—and to explain why “more than a quarter” of Americans said “it may be necessary to take up arms”, it was best exampled yesterday when top Biden economic advisor Brian Deese demonically told these suffering peoples: “This is about the future of the Liberal World Order and we have to stand firm”.

Most unfortunately for these suffering Americans, this report notes, is that decades of socialist indoctrination and leftist media propaganda have left them unable to understand how their own government works, specifically their Supreme Court—a lack of basic knowledge explaining why over the past fortnight they’ve been whipped into a frenzy over Supreme Court rulings about religion, guns and abortion—but who failed to understand that the most important and critical Supreme Court ruling is always released on the last day of its yearly session, and is authored by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

Also not known to these under socialist siege suffering Americans, this report continues, is that one of the most important years in their nation’s entire history was 1887, which was when Professor Woodrow Wilson of Bryn Mawr College wrote that “the complexities of modern life demand government by expert administrators with large powers and unhampered discretion”—in 1913, it Professor Wilson becoming President of the United States, who threw America into World War I, that sowed the seeds for World War II, but most importantly saw him creating the “administrative state” of unelected socialist bureaucrats “with large powers and unhampered discretion” that have now brought the United States to the very brink of destruction.

In a fatal blow against Socialist Leader Biden and his unelected “administrative state” destroying America, however, this report concludes, yesterday it saw Chief Justice John Roberts issuing his last day of the session 6-3 ruling driving a stake deep into its corrupt socialist heart—a fatal blow documented in articles like “Supreme Court Puts Brakes On EPA In Far-Reaching Decision” and “E.P.A. Ruling Is Milestone in Long Pushback to Regulation of Business”—is a ruling not just affecting the EPA, but every single alphabet government agency that for over a century have been making up tyrannical rules and regulations without the consent of the American people—and is why the just published Wall Street Journal article “The Justices Send A Message To Congress” today proclaims about this historic landmark ruling: “It’s a missile aimed solely at the bureaucratic swamp…And it’s just as much a swipe at that bureaucracy’s enabler: the feckless U.S. Congress”.  [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]