NATO Checkmated at the Ukraine

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Operation Disclosure | By David Lifschultz, Contributing Writer

Submitted on April 9, 2021

NATO CHECKMATED AT THE UKRAINE

Compliments of the Lifschultz Organization founded in 1899

The position of NATO has never been weaker. In a military confrontation with Russia it would lose the war in ten minutes or less as the Russian hypersonic missiles wiped out all air fields of NATO as well as any they can use, and the Russian shock armies can reach the English Channel in two weeks. The formidable air force of NATO would either have been wiped out or fled as far as they could fly away. That is if Russia so chooses. If Russia chooses to occupy just the Ukraine, and the US blocks Russia at SWIFT-CHIPS, Russia would most certainly take over the 14 million barrels a day of oil in the stans such as Kazackstan, and the others, and block 25% of the oil and going to the west. We see now frantic US negotiations with Iran for if Iran in alliance with Russia shuts the Straits of Hormuz, then another 22% of the world oil supply would be blocked.  

This would trigger an implosion of the 600 trillion to 1.5 quadrillion derivative structure, and what is left of the burned down and lawless cities in the US would totally collapse triggering at least a 50% unemployment. That would be an end of the totally corrupted US system where elections are stolen as a matter of course for hundreds of years not just the recent one, key cases at the Supreme Court have always been fixed for centuries, the whole court system is rotten, as well as the House and Senate each of whose members has a Hunter Biden to collect bribes.  We understand there may be a further delay in the exit from Afghanistan so Hunter Biden can get his hands on some billions of dollars of the heroin loot presently divvied up between the CIA and DIA. And half the US is on transfer payments. Half its industry lies in ruin in rust belts, and the flood of immigration is destroying the wage structure of the poor who cannot support a family while on Wall St. the cash settlement manipulations protected by the SEC and DOJ steal at least a trillion dollars a year for the billion dollar tycoons. When I put my ear to the ground methinks I hear the tumbrils going to Madame Guillotine full of billionaire Wall Street swindlers. We are not counting naked shorting and currency manipulation. This is not to speak of the 26% unemployed if we count those out of work over a year.

This is not the end of the story. The US links into Russia were the oligarchs who stole half the Russian wealth that was transferred under the nose of Patrushev mentioned in the article below.  Where was this super sleuth? Yeltsin was a CIA asset and the Russian oligarchs ruled by Lord Jacob Rothschild coincidentally rules those in the Ukraine. While the Russian oligarchs stole half of Russia, the oligarchs in the Ukraine stole just about everything. Yes, it is possible that Zelensky is practicing a form of misdirection to take his ruined peasants attention away from the fact they their whole country has been stolen as the US deep state after stealing the US election is creating incidents with China, and Moscow to distract attention from the corrupt election in the US. They say let’s get back to business. After all Biden reports to the same deep state number one as Trump did and as far as they are concerned it was just a game of musical chairs.

Russia ‘would really not want’ Cold War 2.0

The Triple Yoda, Nikolai Patrushev, hopes cooler heads can avoid sanctions such as the SWIFT ‘nuclear option’

By PEPE ESCOBAR
APRIL 9, 2021

Russia’s security council secretary Nikolai Patrushev waits for the start of a military parade marking the 75th anniversary of the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany in World War II at Red Square in Moscow on June 24, 2020. Photo: AFP/Pavel Golovkin

The Beltway was always fond of describing the late Andrew Marshall – who identified emerging or future threats for the Pentagon and whose proteges included Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and Paul Wolfowitz – as Yoda.

Well, if that’s the case, then Chinese national security supremo Yang Jiechi – who recently made shark fin’s soup out of Tony Blinken in Alaska – is Double Yoda. And Nikolai Patrushev – Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation – is Triple Yoda.

Amid current ice-cold US-Russia relations – plunged into their worst state since the end of the Cold War – Triple Yoda, discreet, diplomatic and always sharp as a dagger, remains a soothing voice of reason, as demonstrated in a stunning interview by Kommersant daily.  

Patrushev, born in 1951, is an army general who worked for KGB counter-intel in Leningrad, during the USSR days. Starting in 1994 he was the head of quite a few FSB departments. From 1999 to 2008 he was the FSB director, and led counter-terror ops in the North Caucasus from 2001 to 2003. Since May 2008 he is Russia’s top security advisor.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, accompanied by Secretary of Russia’s Security Council Nikolai Patrushev, meets with the secretary-general of Japan’s National Security Council at the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow on January 16, 2020. Photo: AFP/Mikhail Klimentyev/Sputnik

Patrushev rarely talks to the media. Thus the importance, for global public opinion, of highlighting some of his key insights. Let us hope the Beltway will be listening.

Patrushev clearly states that Russia does not want Cold War 2.0: “We would really not want that.” And he hopes that “common sense will prevail in Washington.”

Patrushev speaks

On Biden declaring Putin a “killer”: “I would not like to draw parallels, but exactly 75 years ago, in March 1946, Churchill delivered the famous Fulton speech in the presence of President Truman, in which he declared our country, his recent ally in the anti-Hitler coalition, an enemy. This marked the beginning of the Cold War.”

On Ukraine and Donbass: “I am convinced that this is a consequence of serious internal problems in Ukraine, from which the authorities are trying to divert attention in this way. They solve their problems at the expense of Donbass, while capital from the country has been flowing abroad for a long time … and Kiev is selling to foreigners – as they say now, at democratic prices – those remnants of industry that were able to stay afloat.”

On the first order of business for the US and Russia: It’s “the sphere of strategic stability and arms control. There is already a positive example here. It is our common decision to extend the Treaty on Strategic Offensive Arms, which was certainly not easy for the US administration.”

On possible areas of cooperation: “There is a certain potential for joint work on such issues as the fight against international terrorism and extremism … as well as Syria, the Middle East settlement, the nuclear problem of the Korean peninsula, the JCPOA with Iran … It is long overdue to discuss cyber-security issues, especially in view of Russia’s concerns and the accusations that have been brought forward to us for several years now.”

On contacts with Washington: “They continue. At the end of March, I had a telephone conversation with the assistant to the president of the United States for national security, Mr Sullivan .… By the way, it was held in a calm, business-like atmosphere, and we communicated quite thoroughly and constructively.”

US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan speaks during a press briefing on February 4, 2021, in the Brady Briefing Room of the White House in Washington. Photo: AFP /Saul Loeb

On having no illusions about US apologies: “The United States dropped atomic bombs on Japan completely unnecessarily – although they knew perfectly well that the Red Army was starting hostilities against the Japanese grouping in Manchuria; they knew that Tokyo was ready to surrender. And the Japanese, and indeed the whole world, have been told for three quarters of a century that atomic strikes were inevitable … a kind of punishment from above. Remember what Obama said in his speech at the Hiroshima mourning event? ‘Death fell from heaven.’ And he did not want to say that this death fell from an American plane on the orders of the American president.”

On improvement of relations: “Given the unprecedentedly difficult nature of the internal situation in the United States today, the prospects for the further development of relations can hardly be called encouraging.”

On the US seeing Russia as a “threat,” and whether it is reciprocal: “We now see the main threat in a pandemic. For the United States, by the way, it turned out to be the moment of truth. The problems that American politicians were hiding from their fellow citizens became obvious, including by diverting their attention to the legends of ‘aggressive Russia.’”

On US bio-labs: “I suggest that you pay attention to the fact that numbers of biological laboratories under US control are growing by leaps and bounds across the world. And – by a strange coincidence – mainly at the Russian and Chinese borders … Of course, we and our Chinese partners have questions. We are told that there are peaceful sanitary and epidemiological stations near our borders, but for some reason they are more reminiscent of Fort Detrick in Maryland, where Americans have been working in the field of military biology for decades. By the way, it is necessary to pay attention to the fact that outbreaks of diseases uncharacteristic of these regions are recorded in the adjacent areas.”  

On US accusations that Russia uses chemical weapons: “There is zero evidence, there is no argumentation either; some speculation does not even withstand an elementary test … When chemical incidents occurred in Syria, conclusions were drawn instantly and based on the information of the notorious ‘White Helmets.’ The organization worked so ‘well’ that it sometimes published its reports even before the incidents themselves.”

Personnel working inside the bio-level 4 lab research at the US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick on September 26, 2002. Photo: AFP/Olivier Douliery

On NATO: “The question arises: who is holding back whom? Are Washington and Brussels holding back Russia, or is it their task to hold back the development of Germany, France, Italy and other European states? On the whole, NATO can hardly be called a military-political bloc. Remember how in the days of feudalism the vassals were obliged to appear to the master with their armies at his first request? Only today they still have to buy weapons from the patron, regardless of their financial situation; otherwise questions about their loyalty will arise.”

On Europe: “Engaging with Europe is important. But being together with Europe at any cost is not a fix for Russian geopolitics. Nevertheless we keep the doors open, because we understand perfectly well that there is a momentary situation that Western politicians are guided by, and at the same time there are historical ties that have been developing between Russians and Europeans for centuries.”

On multipolarity: “There are a number of problems in the world today that, in principle, cannot be resolved without normal cooperation between the world’s leading players – Russia, the USA, the EU, China and India.”

The SWIFT ‘nuclear option’

Patrushev’s insights are particularly relevant as the Russia-China strategic partnership is solidifying by the minute; Foreign Minister Lavrov, in Pakistan, has called for literally everyone, “including the European Union,” to join Russia’s vision of a Greater Eurasia; and everyone is waiting for a face-off in the Donbass.

Patrushev’s diplomatic finesse still cannot erase the uneasy feeling in chancelleries across Eurasia about the distinct possibility of an incoming flare-up in the Donbass – with some extremely worrying consequences.

Dangerous scenarios are being openly discussed in Brussels corridors, especially one that sees the US/NATO combo expecting a de facto partition after a short hot war – with Novorossiya absorbing even Odessa.

If that is established as a fact on the ground, a new harsh round of US sanctions will follow. Iron Curtain 2.0 would be in effect; pressure for cancelation of Nord Stream 2 would reach fever pitch; and even the expulsion of Russia from SWIFT would be considered.  

Dmitri Medvedev, currently Deputy Chairman of Russia’s Security Council, once called the latter “the nuclear option.” Patrushev was diplomatic enough not to address its volcanic consequences.

David Lifschultz
LIFSCHULTZ ORGANIZATION, Founded 1899
DAVID@LIFSCHULTZORGANIZATION.COM
Tel: (212) 688-8868

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