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    RAISING THE STAKES: Putin slams US nuke threat with ultimatum

    October 5, 2016 - Fort Russ -
    - Rostislav Ishchenko, RIA Novosti - translated by J. Arnoldski -
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    Following the president of the Russian Federation’s decree on suspending Russia’s compliance with agreements with the US on the disposal of weapons-grade plutonium and the submission of the corresponding bill to the State Duma, disputes have begun in the media on whether this is connected to the rupture of the Syria deal.
    The second stumbling block is a question: Why is Russia, having known that the US has not fulfilled its part of the deal, only reacted now after a few years?

    Some nuclear experts argue that the deal was objectively beneficial for Russia. Maybe. I’m not an expert in this sphere and it’s difficult for me to say how objective they are. Moreover, that which is beneficial from the standpoint of the nuclear industry might be disadvantageous from the point of view of security.
    In principle, I think that there were no particular security problems. Russia has a sufficient nuclear arsenal capable of inflicting a deadly blow on the United States. Washington recognizes this as well. There was also more than enough material for the production of new warheads. In the event of full-scale nuclear strike exchanges, the production of another batch of weapons would already be redundant and, indeed, physically impossible. The real problem would be physically preserving the remains of civilization at least at the level of the stone age.

    As for the Syria, this is not the first time, and not only in Syria, that the US concludes agreements only to disrupt their fulfillment and then conclude them again.
    The form of the Russian reaction is clearly not comparable to Washington’s public rejection of cooperation which, in fact, it has yet to do.

    I think that in order to understand the scale of this incident, it is necessary to pay attention to the fact that Putin has not simply taken Russia out of a contract. He has announced the possibility of returning to it, but he has furnished certain conditions.


    Let’s look at these conditions:
    (1) the US must lift all sanctions against Russia;
    (2) compensation should be paid not only for the losses from American sanctions, but also for the losses incurred by Russian counter-sanctions;
    (3) the Magnitsky Act should be repealed;
    (4) the US’ military presence in Eastern Europe should be sharply reduced; and
    (5) the US should abandon its policy of confrontation with Moscow.


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    one word fits in determining the essence of Putin’s demands: “ultimatum.”


    As far as a I remember, the last time that Washington was given an ultimatum was by the United Kingdom over the Trent vessel incident. And that was in 1861 during the American Civil War.

    Even then, in extremely difficult conditions, America agreed to partially meet British demands.
    It should be noted that the British demands in 1861 did not contain anything humiliating for the US. The captain of a US Navy ship had indeed broken international law, arrested people on a neutral (British) ship, and thereby encroached upon the sovereignty of the UK, nearly provoking a war. Then America disavowed the actions of its captain and freed the prisoners, albeit refusing to apologize.


    But Putin is not demanding any apologies or the release of a few prisoners,
    but for all of American policy to be changed, and still more for Russia to be compensated for losses due to the US’ sanctions.
    This is an un-meetable, humiliating demand.

    T
    his demand essentially means complete and unconditional surrender in the hybrid war which Washington does not consider to be irreversibly lost. And there’s still all those indemnities payments and reparations.

    Something similar was demanded from the US by the British Crown before the end of the war for independence, when the Americans were still King George III’s rebellious subjects. For the last 100 years no one has even imagined talking with Washington in such a tone.


    And so, the first conclusion is: Putin has deliberately and demonstratively humiliated the US. He has shown that it is possible to talk tough to the US, even tougher than the US itself has gotten used to talking down to the rest of the world.



    How was this done? What did Putin actually react to?

    Did he actually think that the US would fulfill the Kerry-Lavrov deal and is now upset over what happened? Russia also knew that Washington has not been observing the plutonium deal for years, but Moscow has extracted serious profit from this for its nuclear industry by nearly becoming a global monopoly and is clearly not perturbed by the US’ technological backwardness preventing them from disposing of weapons-grade plutonium as stipulated in the agreement.

    Russia’s tough and almost immediate reaction followed the statements of the US Secretary of State’s spokesperson to the effect that Russia will have to start sending its troops home from Syria in body bags, is going to start losing planes, and that terrorist attacks will begin to plague Russian cities.

    In addition, the State Department’s statement was immediately followed by the Pentagon's announcement that it is ready to launch a preventative nuclear strike on Russia.

    The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs also reported that Moscow knows about the US’ intention to launch an air war against Syrian government forces, which also means against the Russian contingent legally stationed in Syria.

    What else formed the background for Putin’s ultimatum?:

    The exercises from six months ago involving air and missile defense and strategic missile systems which practiced repelling a nuclear attack on Russia and then launching a responsive counter strike. Add to this the other day's emergency exercises involving up to 40 million Russian citizens that inspected the readiness of infrastructure and civil defense structures for a nuclear war and provided additional information to citizens on the plan of action in the cause of “X hour.”

    If we take all of this together, then we can see that the US has long since informally frightened Russia with a nuclear conflict, and Moscow has regularly hinted that it is ready for such a turn of events and is not going to back down.

    However, given the end of Obama’s rule and lacking absolute confidence in a Hillary Clinton victory in presidential elections, the Washington hawks have decided to raise their bets once again. And now things have reached an extremely dangerous limit in which conflict begins to reach the stage of developing independently. At this stage, nuclear Armageddon could begin over any kind of incident,

    including due to the incompetence of some senior Pentagon officials or White House administrators.
    At this precise moment, Moscow has seized the initiative and upped the ante, but by moving the confrontation onto another plane.

    Unlike America, Russia is not threatening war.


    It is simply demonstrating its capability of giving a harsh political and economic response which can, in the event of further inappropriate behavior by the US, realize just the opposite of Obama’s dream: tearing apart Washington’s economy and financial system.

    In addition, with these actions, Russia has seriously undermined the international prestige of the US by showing the whole world that America can be beaten with its own weapons.

    The boomerang has come back. Given such dynamics and turn of events, we might see hundreds of representatives of the American elite at the dock in the Hague not only in our lifetime, but even before the next American president serves their first four-year term in the White House.


    The US has been given a choice.

    Either it will carry through with its threats and start a nuclear war, or it will accept the fact that the world is no longer unipolar, and begin to integrate into the new format.

    We don’t know what choice Washington will make. The American political establishment has a sufficient number of ideologically-blinded, incompetent figures who are ready to burn up in a nuclear fire with the rest of a humanity rather than recognize the end of US world hegemony, which has turned out to be short-lived, senseless, and criminal.

    But they have to make a choice, because the longer that Washington pretends that nothing has happened, the greater the number of its vassals (who are called their allies, but have long since been bogged down in dependency) will openly and explicitly ignore American ambitions and cross over to the other side of the new perspectives of global power arrangement.


    In the end, the US could be faced with the status of one of the centers of the multipolar world no longer being available for it.

    Not only Africans, Asians, and Latin Americans, but also Europeans will gladly take revenge against the former hegemon for their former humiliation.
    And they are not so humane and peace-loving as Russia.


    Finally, Putin’s ultimatum is a response to all of those who were outraged that Russian tanks didn’t take Kiev, Lvov, Warsaw, and Paris in 2014 and pondered over what Putin’s plan could possibly be.
    I can only repeat what I wrote back then.

    If you are going to confront the global hegemon, then you have to be sure that you will be capable of responding to any of its actions. The economy, army, society, and state and administrative structures should all be ready. If everything is not fully ready, then one needs to buy time and build muscle.

    Now things are ready and the cards have been put on the table.

    Let us see what the US will respond with. But the geopolitical reality will never be the same. The world has already changed.
    The US has had the gauntlet publicly thrown down before it
    ....and they have not dared to pick it up right away
     
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    Speaking at an annual US Army conference last Tuesday called the AUSA, one of the major confabs for defense contractors sucking at the public teat and their subservient asslickers in the military, US army Chief of Staff General Mark A. Milley, almost shouted himself hoarse with a great chest-thumping chickenhawk performance.

    Milley seemed to be rallying his colleagues to an oncoming global war, thundering with much bravado, that the US would crush all comers:







    “I want to be clear to those who wish to do us harm….the United States military – despite all of our challenges, despite our [operational] tempo, despite everything we have been doing – we will stop you and we will beat you harder than you have ever been beaten before. Make no mistake about that,”

    “Other countries – Russia, Iran, China, North Korea – went to school on us,” he said, adding, “They studied our doctrine, our tactics, our equipment, our organization, our training, our leadership. And, in turn, they revised their own doctrines, and they are rapidly modernizing their military today to avoid our strengths in hopes of defeating us at some point in the future.”

    Milley went on to bluster this oncoming brawl would “be highly lethal, unlike anything our Army has experienced at least since World War II,” involving fighting in “highly populated urban areas.”

    “Make no mistake about it, we can now and we will … retain the capability to rapidly deploy,” he said, “and we will destroy any enemy anywhere, any time,” he added.

    Calls from RI to General Milley's office asking him whether he didn't think that perhaps he and other undoubtedly patriotic American soldiers and officers were being manipulated by neocon political leadership to stumble into a completely unnecessary and manufactured global military confrontation went unanswered.

    We would also like to ask the General whom he favors in the upcoming elections.
     
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    Russia. The Grave of Armies. SITREP October 7th, 2016 by Auslander
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    The situation is getting very serious. I cannot fathom what Obama thinks he is doing, my only conclusion is he is so far from reality he really has not a clue. Since a very great deal of this aggressive noise is emanating from The Pentagon one can only conclude that Pentagon is doing what Obama wishes, if they were not he has the power to cashier them instantly. He has not cashiered any officers and has not said a word of what looked like almost a soft coup by Pentagon against Washington, ergo there is no ‘soft coup’, Pentagon is following orders albeit with alacrity.

    In my opinion this whole mess started over Sevastopol. Sevastopol was the prize, the goal of the coup in Ukraine three and more years ago. From Sevastopol, the planned base of an American Black Sea Fleet, Russia would have lost her lake and access, however tenuous, to the Med and Europe and her fleet would have been defacto destroyed without a shot being fired, caught between the American presence in Krimea and Sevastopol and a resurgent Gruzya with another American Navy base, effectively surrounding the Russian Navy base in Novorossisk.

    Well, Sevastopol turned out to be a tough nut to crack. The citizens took up arms and negated any plans America had for the city and peninsula, much to the rage and frustration of Washington. This rage is ongoing today and is doubled by Russia frustrating the plans of Washington to take Syria and fragment that ancient country in to little fiefdoms that would be easy to manipulate as massive pipelines were built through what was Syria to take the oil and gas from Saudi et al directly to Europe, effectively destroying Russia’s supplies to Europe and hopefully destroying the Russian economy. That hasn’t worked either, Russia went in to Syria at the invitation of the legal government of Syria and saved that sovereign nation by the skin of it’s teeth. Literally within a few weeks of Russia’s presence in Syria if that presence had not been accomplished Syria would have fallen completely.

    Today the threats emanating from Foggy Bottom are getting ever more strong and vitriolic. Threats are being promulgated about ‘no fly zone’s’, attacks on Syria Armed Forces, Russian soldiers coming home in body bags and Russian planes being shot down in Syria. Let me ask this simple question. Who has the right to be in Syria, Russia assisting Syria defeat a civil war started, supported and commanded by an outside source, or US et al who were neither invited nor welcomed in Syria and have no national or international mandate to attack and destroy Syria?

    Now, for a little history lesson for those in Foggy Bottom, Berlin, Paris and London.

    1. Napoleon picked a fight with Russia, in particular the Czar, and gathered a huge army, the largest the world had seen at that time, that was about 35% French and 65% European, European either press ganged or joining the army willingly. How many months later was the Russian Army in Paris? All those little hills alongside the road of retreat of the ‘French’ army between Moskau and Vilnius are the burial mounds of the soldiers, literally hundreds of thousands of them. There is still an island in the Berizina River formed from the corpses of dead French soldiers swept off the rickety bridges thrown across the Berizina in the attempt to escape the Russians.
    1. Germany returns Lenin et al to Russia in a closed and guarded train to the Russian border. February 1917 the revolution in Russia is successful and SSSR was born. Germany lost the first war, the War To End All Wars. All European participants in that war except America were exhausted and some ceased to exist. However, after patiently waiting for another generation of young men to grow to maturity the second round of the War To End All Wars commenced. This time, after unbelievable sacrifice Russia was in Berlin and stayed there for 45 years. The German army, and its allies, are buried in mass graves from Stroganoh just outside of Mockba to the Elbe. 35,000 of them and their allies are buried just south of Yalta Ring in Sevastopol in the German Cemetery, to this day maintained by the Federal Government of Germany.
    This is the fate of anyone who attacks Russia. Your army will be in mass graves from Mockba all the way to the English Channel and beyond but in the end you will lose and your armies will perish. Yes, you have the toys to kill us in our tens, our hundreds of thousands but you will not get one square centimeter of Russian land. Perhaps you should look to your west, look at the Bering Straights. Think about that and understand that Russia is the master of Winter War.

    Leave us in peace because Peace is all we desire. But if you want war you will get war and a war you cannot comprehend. Russia will destroy you, pure and simple. You can not win.

    Thank you for your time,

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