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February 2, 2019
Putin Orders End To Nuclear Treaty With
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A grimly worded new Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that within 72-hours of the United States starting production of their new low-yield W76-2 nuclear weapon this past week in the Texas Panhandle, they then announced that they were suspending for 6-months their compliance with the INF Nuclear Treaty beginning today—a shocking and unprecedented action President Putin responded to in the past hour by his, also, ordering the suspension of this nuclear treaty—and that he followed by ordering the immediate creation and combat deployment of Russia’s new hypersonic “Armageddon” nuclear weapons that the US has already admitted they have no defense against. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
According to this report, left virtually unknown to the masses of the American people, who weren’t even alive during the Cold War years of 1947-1991, is that the threat of nuclear war global destruction due to animosity between the former superpowers Soviet Union and United States was a fact of everyday life—and because of has led these peoples to ignore the fact that Russia is the only country in the world capable of reducing the United States and/or Europe to ashes within 30 minutes.
In 1987, however, this report notes, the same cannot be said as the United States knew that the Soviet Union could never match the manpower and conventional war production of the West and, instead, had to rely on their defense by creating the largest nuclear weapons arsenal in the world—but that President Ronald Reagan worked to alleviate the danger of by his signing of the Treaty Between The United States Of America And The Union Of Soviet Socialist Republics On The Elimination Of Their Intermediate-Range And Shorter-Range Missiles (INF Treaty)—which was a bilateral agreement prohibiting the United States and the Soviet Union from possessing, producing or test-flying ground-launched ballistic and cruise missiles with a range of 500 to 5,500 kilometers and their launchers.
General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev (left) and United States President Ronald Reagan (right) sign INF Treaty on 8 December 1987
Upon the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, this report continue, the new nation of the Russian Federation was formed—and whose Duma (parliament) voted to approve the continuation of the INF Treaty—with their noting, though, that the United States was in violation of this treaty because of their production, combat use and deployment of their nuclear-capable Tomahawk Cruise Missile that has a range of up to 2,500 kilometers—but that the US claimed was not a violation as this cruise missile was not “ground-launched”, and was only fired from warplanes and warships.
This past November-2018, this report notes, US Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats further explained this US reasoning by saying that although the INF Treaty bans “ground-launched” intermediate range missiles, it allows ground testing of missiles meant for launch from ships and aircraft—but who failed to address why the year prior, in 2017, the US had already begun production of “ground-launched” cruise missiles.
As to the true reason why the United States unilaterally abandoned the INF Treaty, this report details, has nothing whatsoever to do with Russia, but with Communist China—who was never a signatory to this nuclear arms treaty, and because of this has allowed them to rapidly expand its arsenal of cruise missiles, including their successful test firing last October-2018 of a feared supersonic one—that subsequently caused President Trump to declare that “we cannot be the only country in the world unilaterally bound by this treaty, or any other”—his top military experts stating that “America’s leaving the INF Treaty is China’s new nightmare”, with their further stating “it would allow Washington to finally compete with Beijing in building similar weapons previously banned under the treaty”—and their further declaring that the development and placement of intermediate-range ballistic missiles in Japan, Guam, the southern Philippines or northern Australia would enable the United States to check China’s aggression in the Pacific while minimizing danger to US forces and assets.
Rather than being honest with the American people and telling them that ending the INF Treaty is solely due to the threat being posed to them by Communist China, this report continues, they, instead, used the canard (unfounded rumor or story) of Russian hysteria to blame their actions on—in spite of Russia having already proven it is in no way violating this treaty—and whose main central issue revolves around that fact that the United States doesn’t have (but is now rapidly building) a low-yield nuclear weapon these type of banned “ground-launched” cruise missiles are meant to deploy.
The greatest danger, therefore, of the United States unilaterally destroying the INF Treaty, this report explains, is that unlike the US who dismantled nearly all its battlefield low-yield nuclear weapons, Russia took a different path and kept thousands of low-yield battlefield nukes in its arsenal—that even the Trump administration’s latest Nuclear Posture Review warns Russia might decide to fire off early in a crisis—and that the US and its allies wouldn't be able to respond in kind because the only nukes they have left are big weapons designed to fight an apocalyptic kind of nuclear war—and who are further warned “all the Russians are going to see is that a missile that only carries nuclear warheads is heading towards Russia, and Russian policy, as President Putin has said many times, is not to wait for it to land”.
Knowing how close their country really is to total nuclear annihilation at even the merest provocation against Russia, this report concludes, are the American co-chairmen of the Nuclear Threat Initiative, former Democrat Party US Senator Sam Nunn and President Obama’s former US Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz—both of whom just released an alarming document titled “The U.S. and Russia Are Sleepwalking Toward Nuclear Disaster” wherein they warn that the abandonment of the INF Treaty is but the latest wake-up call that relations between the world’s nuclear superpowers are dangerously off the rails, with their noting that American and Russian military forces are once again operating in close proximity, with increased chances that an inadvertent collision—or a deliberate act of aggression, accident, or terrible miscalculation—could lead to the fatal use of nuclear weapons for the first time in nearly 75-years—but whose grave warning, sadly, none of the American people are being allowed to know about by their elite leftist leaders as Armageddon rushes towards them all.
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