March 7, 2023
Russia Vows To Drive “Final Nail” In Coffin Of Biden’s Neo-Colonial Aspirations
A compelling new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting President Putin assessing about the godless socialist Western colonial powers’ de facto declaration of total against the Russian Federation: “Certainly, there would be no fortune but misfortune helped: this is nevertheless a strong step towards further sovereignization, growth of our economic and financial sovereignty; this is very important”, says this assessment was joined by Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev directly vowing to Supreme Socialist Leader Joe Biden: “Russia is ready to help the world do away with the vestiges of a Western-dominated colonial past…We, together with other countries, can now drive the final nail in the coffin of the Western world’s neo-colonial aspirations”.
In immediate response to Deputy Chairman Medvedev vowing to “drive the final nail” into the coffin of Socialist Leader Biden’s “neo-colonial aspirations”, this report notes, Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang declared: “If the United States does not hit the brakes but continues to speed down the wrong path, no amount of guardrail can prevent derailing, and there will surely be conflict and confrontation…The more unstable the world becomes the more imperative it is for China and Russia to steadily advance their relations…With China and Russia working together, the world will have a driving force”, after which he gravely warned: “There is an ‘invisible hand’ pushing the conflict towards escalation and trying to use the Ukrainian crisis to serve a certain geopolitical agenda…There will either be cessation of hostilities, restoration of peace and a move towards political settlement, or fuel will be added to the fire, the crisis will expand, and the situation will get out of control”.
With the godless socialist Western colonial powers “invisible hand” flooding Ukraine with weapons to “add fuel to the fire”, this report continues, Defense Ministry Sergey Shoigu reported this morning: “The support of the Kiev regime by NATO countries does not lead to the success of Ukrainian troops on the battlefield…On the contrary, there is a significant increase in losses among the personnel of the Ukrainian armed forces…In February alone, Ukraine’s losses increased by more than 40% month-on-month and exceeded 11,000”—a grim report followed by the Ministry of Defense (MoD) revealing that Russian military forces killed 325 ill-trained and ill-equipped Ukrainian soldiers over the past 24 hours while obliterating hundreds-of-millions of dollars worth of Western weapons, and reported: “In all, the Russian Armed Forces have destroyed 398 Ukrainian combat aircraft, 217 helicopters, 3,356 unmanned aerial vehicles, 410 surface-to-air missile systems, 8,205 tanks and other armored combat vehicles, 1,055 multiple rocket launchers, 4,294 field artillery guns and mortars and 8,780 special military motor vehicles since the beginning of the special military operation in Ukraine”.
Against the advice of his top general, this report details, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky vowed he won’t surrender the besieged city of Bakhmut surrounded by Russian military forces—a vow coming at the same time Agence France-Presse quoted a Ukrainian tank operator in Bakhmut saying: “Bakhmut will fall…We are almost encircled…The units are progressively retreating in small groups”—all of which comes at the same time the Wall Street Journal reported this morning: “Ukraine urged residents of Kherson to evacuate amid an uptick in Russian attacks in the southern city that was retaken by Kyiv’s troops last fall, while pressure grew on Ukraine to vacate the besieged eastern city of Bakhmut”.
In tactically viewing the current battlefield situation, this report concludes, Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu assessed: “Taking Bakhmut under control will allow further offensive actions deep into the defense of the Armed Forces of Ukraine”—a tactical battlefield assessment countered by United States Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, who laughably claimed: “The fall of Bakhmut won’t necessarily mean that the Russians have changed the tide of this fight”—is a not surprising laughable claim coming from a Secretary of Defense Austin who oversaw the crushing American military defeat in Iraq by armed goat herders, after which he earned tens-of-millions of dollars as an arms merchant for American defense giants—is a path from losing wars to gaining obscene war merchant wealth now followed by retired four-star United States Navy Admiral John M. Richardson, who after overseeing the entire US Navy in its crushing defeat against armed goat herders in both Iraq and Afghanistan, today is being crucified in the leftist Washington Post article “Former Top U.S. Admiral Cashes In On Nuclear Sub Deal With Australia”—joining in these demonic spoils of war is NATO member Norway that joined with the United States to bomb the Nord Stream pipeline of their top energy competitor Russia, and today sees it reported: “The exorbitant windfall revenues amid a surge in demand and sky-high energy prices have earned Norway bitter accusations of profiteering from its numerous customers, including Germany, Poland and the EU at large…Altogether, Norway earned $140 billion in revenues from oil and gas, by far the highest ever recorded”—all of which comes at the same time the American military has massed a staggering amount of war equipment at a port in Poland to get it out of Europe and back to the United States before Russia turns it all into scrap metal and the United States Congress heard testimony this week that nearly 1.3 million military families, National Guard troops and veterans qualify for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) because they can no longer afford to feed themselves while the criminal socialist Biden Regime and its war losing military commanders keep raking in ungodly billions-of-dollars fighting to the last Ukrainian. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]