Biden Panics After Realizing He Ignited War Of Collective West Against Russia
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 Putinissued a decree yesterday calling for the preservation and protection of the values that allow the country to defend and strengthen its sovereignty, while preserving the people of Russia and developing their human potential, and warned the actions of the United States and other unfriendly nations – as well as transnational corporations, NGOs, and media outlets – pose a threat to traditional Russian values, says following issuance of this decree, top Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskovannounced that Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will be heading the Russian delegation at the G20 summit in place of President Putin.
“Everyone with an IQ greater than an absent-minded jellyfish knows Ukraine as an independent actor and state wouldn’t even exist without American politicians granting it an open checkbook even during crippling inflation and functionally open borders.
But America has to privately beg Ukraine because Washington, D.C., is trapped by its own grandiose rhetoric and foolish decision to give Ukraine billions and advanced weapons.
The tail now wags the dog.
No hegemon in human history had to face this ideological trap, not even the Soviet Union with Fidel Castro.
Just like Zelensky and his supporters in D.C. today, Castro would have readily dragged Moscow and the world into a nuclear war in 1962.
But Moscow had the leash of its satellites, including Cuba, in their hands. America had too, during the Cold War.
But the post-Cold War U.S. establishment is not manned by nationalists or realists, and to them, the survival of an “order” is more important than targeted U.S. interests.”
Along with the socialist Biden Regime failing to read and understand the Russian Military Doctrine, this report concludes, they failed to remember the history of Prince Mikhail IllarionovichGolenishchev-Kutuzov, who repeatedly fell back with his forces to give Western colonial leader Napoleon “pyrrhic victories”, until turning around and thoroughly annihilating those foolish enough to believe they could ever defeat Russia—and is a history remembered today by Kremlin media advisor Irina Alksnis, who, in her just published open letter “Russia Left Kherson. Not Really”, factually documents it is the socialist Biden Regime that turned this special operation into a war, and observed:
“In the nine and a half months that have passed since 24 February, it has become quite clear that what we call a special military operation is in fact a war of the collective West against our country.
And in this war, Ukraine voluntarily chose to become a battlefield and at the same time a supplier of proxy troops for the United States and its allies.
Since you have to grind the enemy’s manpower, it’s worth doing it with the maximum savings of your own soldiers and civilians.And then there are the prospects for the destruction of Kherson in the most difficult urban battles and the risk of undermining the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station with flooding of vast territories and further environmental disaster.
At the same time, it is already obvious that the main "military operations" are taking place not at all on the battlefields, but in the economy, energy, social sphere, and international cooperation.
Whoever breaks first, loses.And this year, for the first time in many decades, the West has lost confidence in its invulnerability.
To the bitter reproaches that Russia has left its city (after all, Kherson is a Russian city), one can firmly answer that yes, Kherson is a Russian city.Like Odessa , the Russian South Palmyra, and Nikolaev , the city of Russian shipbuilders.Wherever you poke on the map, you will find yourself in a place to which you can confidently add "Russian".
It is not the first time for Russia to leave, including from very significant and iconic places.Mikhail Illarionovich Kutuzov could tell a lot about the strategic retreat.
But Russia always comes back for its own.”
[Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]