United States officials claim Russia is planning on conducting nuclear war drills in an effort to make NATO back down from seeking to add Ukraine to its U.S.-led military alliance.
However, these same so-called “intelligence” officials fail to point out that Russia conducts nuclear drills every single year; the nation has simply moved up the timing of the drills in a show of strength against Western nations that are fomenting conflict in the region.
Furthermore, it’s worth pointing out that the United States just finished conducting war games simulating the use of nuclear weapons in its own show of strength against perceived Russian aggression.
PUTIN AND XI CALL FOR END OF U.S. HOSTILITIES
Given the fact that the world seems to be inching ever closer to what could wind up as World War III, it is not surprising that two sensible albeit demonized world leaders, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese Leader Xi Jinping, are calling for the end of the “Cold War” mentality currently prevailing in the White House.
A joint statement issued by both leaders (which is HUGE, showing the alliance of superpowers Russia and China) asks the United States to “abandon its ideologist Cold War approaches…respect the sovereignty, security and interests of other countries, the diversity of their civilizational, cultural and historical backgrounds, and to exercise a fair and objective attitude towards the peaceful development of other States.”
“President” Joey has yet to comment on the statement, but words from his White House Security Advisor make it plain as day that the United States is still pushing for conflict in the region.
NSA Jake Sullivan, who was instrumental in pushing the Russiagate hoax, blithely told Fox News that a conflict in Ukraine would come at “enormous human cost” to Ukraine while coming at a “strategic cost” to Russia as well.
Other officials in the Biden Regime offered further details, noting that the conflict could kill up to 50,000 Ukrainians and spark a huge refugee crisis in Europe as Ukrainians flee their home country to escape the war.
UKRAINE SENDS MIXED SIGNALS AS RISK OF CONFLICT ESCALATES
Just last month, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky urged Biden to tone down the rhetoric and stop warning that conflict with Russia was imminent, as the rumors of impending conflict were having a devastating negative impact on Ukraine’s economy.
At the same time, Zelensky doesn’t seem to mind accepting American weapons just in case such a conflict was to materialize.
As of February 6th, eight planes with U.S.-made weapons have landed in Ukraine, bringing in a range of armaments for the Ukrainian army.
New war toys include ammunition, lethal Javelin anti-tank weapons, small arms, and even patrol boats.
It’s almost as if the Ukrainian president is saying one thing, while making it clear that he believes the opposite is going to happen.
GUESS WHO ELSE ISN’T BELIEVABLE
While the mainstream media continues to demonize or ignore anyone who doesn’t follow its narrative, it’s becoming increasingly clear that its “narrative” is growing increasingly ridiculous.
When State Department Spokesman Ned Price alluded to a story that “Russian crisis actors” were planning a “false flag attack” by NATO, one mainstream reporter had enough and asked to see the evidence.
Price couldn’t provide it, so resorted to attacking Associated Press reporter Matt Lee, a seasoned journalist who has been covering the State Department since 1999.
Lee, who won the Arthur Ross Media Award in 2019 and has traveled with every American Secretary of State since Madeleine Albright, discovered what it feels like to be labeled a “fringe reporter” as Price senselessly accused him of wanting to “find solace” in Russian information.
ALEX JONES WAS RIGHT
Speaking of conspiracy theories, Tucker Carlson bluntly told his audience in the wake of the Price-Lee exchange that widely derided InfoWars head Alex Jones was far more believable than Biden’s State Department.
At least Jones hasn’t yet posted a headline claiming Russia and Ukraine are at war, as Bloomberg recently did.
The headline remained in place for about half an hour, leading Russia to jokingly comment that it would use the term “Bloomberg News” when referring to fake news in the future.
At least it’s possible to have something resembling a sense of humor while the world heads ever closer to what could turn out to be a nuclear war.