The Russian Invasion
The United States is upset that their unipolarity is at stake with recent ties between Russia and European nations. One example being the Nord Stream pipeline, another being developing ties to Scandinavia.
This threatens the United States’ dominance in Western Europe. With increasing cooperation between Russia and Western Europe over that of the U.S. Nord Stream would also be a major trade hit and dependency hit.
Worldwide unipolarity is rapidly descending to multipolarity due to the American descent. This is a major problem for the American elites, who are doing everything they can to simultaneously keep their stranglehold on power and crush us.
The Ukraine-Russia debacle is interesting, because the United States is clearly trying to instigate something. Or to at least use the event to their own benefit. The “false flag” they keep mentioning will almost certainly be a false flag—But one by us against the Russians to force them into a provocation.
Even if all Russia does is invade Donbass, it would serve the United States well. They could then force NATO allies to put pressure on Russia, restricting Nord Stream and similar Russian cooperative developments in the region. But this could only happen if the U.S. made it an issue first. In the real world, it shouldn’t have mattered. But this event could be used to their advantage. There is a strong chance that Russia desires a taking of that region, and this is a useful time for America to get what it wants in return.
Otherwise, the U.S. is going to increasingly lose their unipolarity in the world. Even amongst their former strong allies. But that is happening naturally as we decline, anyway. Consider it as a type of last resistance of a dying hyena that has already been shot.
The United States is declaring that a full-scale invasion will occur on Feb 15-17. They’re closing embassies and provoking massive panic as a result:
US Embassy In Kiev Shutters Operations, Relocates & Initiates Rapid Removal Of Documents
Bloomberg writes of the fresh Interfax report: “Ukrainian law-enforcement agencies don’t see a large-scale Russian attack happening Feb. 16-17, Interfax-Ukraine news agency reports citing Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the National Security and Defense Council.”
This is as on Monday Interfax is reporting that Ukraine’s government assesses that there’s no full-scale Russian in the coming days, which stands in direct contradiction to the latest statements out the White House alleging precisely that Russia will invade in a matter of “days”.
I don’t buy in to the theory that this is a distraction event. There is something else going on here, but to what end, I am uncertain.
The Russian piece is rather obvious. The two “republics” in Donbass are of massive benefit to them and are Russian-speaking locations. It would also send a clear message to Ukraine and NATO on what will happen if Ukraine continues to act as a U.S. puppet state. NATO missiles being placed in Ukraine would be akin to Mexico having nukes right along the southern border provided by China. Avoiding this is obvious security risk is an objective of any pragmatic nation-state. We would do the same. The NATO talks with Ukraine is merely NATO pestering Russia, mostly at the behest of the United States. We had guaranteed we would not exceed into East Europe, but we already did and continue to push those boundaries ever closed to Moscow.
Onto the U.S. I think two possibilities are most likely for the United States. The first being the unipolarity topic mentioned above, which is certainly a factor. Russia threatens this. The second being a potential needed “win” for Resident Biden, given his current approval ratings and the upcoming election in November.
The second theory is picking up stem. Especially with recent discussions with Pelosi:
It’s Official – White House Ukraine Crisis is Manufactured – Pelosi Says if Russia Doesn’t Invade Ukraine, It Proves Strength and Brilliance of Joe Biden Policy
[Pelosi:] “Well, I think we have to be prepared for it. And that is what the president is — yes, I do believe that he is prepared for an invasion. I also understand why the President of Ukraine wants to keep people calm and that he wants his economy not to suffer. But, on the other hand, if we were not threatening the sanctions and the rest, it would guarantee that Putin would invade. Let’s hope that diplomacy works.It’s about diplomacy deterrence. Diplomacy deterrence. And the president’s made it very clear. There’s a big price to pay for Russia to go there. So, if Russia doesn’t invade, it’s not that he never intended to. It’s just that the sanctions worked.” … “I’m very proud of the work that the president has done.”
Given that Russia has stated it has no intentions to invade, France and Germany see no threat, and even Ukraine is not blowing any alarms—This theory seems credible.
Under this setup between the two options, the United States wins if Russia invades, they win if Donbass is splintered from Ukraine, and they win if they don’t invade. They’ve certainly set themselves up appropriately. But Russia isn’t known for taking things lying down. It will be interesting to see how this plays out and what pieces Russia wants out of it. Luckily, we don’t have to wait very long.
I’m not sure about the exact end goal here, but the play seems rather obvious. I doubt Russia will pull any false flags. They have no need too, they could just take it if they wanted. If any false flag events occur, they will almost certainly be from the U.S. to provoke Russia to achieve theory #1. If they don’t and it all goes silent, it’s likely theory #2.
Regardless of how we look at it, we have absolutely no reason to be meddling in a country directly on Russian borders, far away from home. But here we are. For whatever reason.
Our nation really is the evil empire.
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