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January 1, 2023
2023 Opens With “This Isn’t A New Cold War, It’s A New Great Game” Warning
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
An insightful new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting President Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping exchanged congratulatory telegrams on the occasion of New Year, says this followed Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev giving his New Year address, wherein he vowed Russia will “put an end to the criminal Nazi regime in Kyiv” and proclaimed: “We could no longer look at how the Kyiv regime is subjecting people in the Donbass to genocide, shelling, blockade...Russia has become stronger because all Russians are together…The truth is behind us, and in truth – victory”.
Unlike Russia using truth to achieve victory, this report notes, the socialist Western colonial powers rely on propagandist lies, as best exampled last week when British intelligence sources comically said: “The shrinking stockpiles of long-range missiles might be the reason why Russia does not resort to massive missile attacks on Ukraine’s critical civilian infrastructure more often than around once a week”—a comical socialist lie met yesterday with the Western defense article “Russia Prepares Something “Very Big”: Hits Base Of NATO Advisers & Mercenaries - Missile Waves With 400 Missiles & Drones In 3 Days”—this morning Russian military forces pummeled Ukraine with another massive wave of missile strikes—after which the Ministry of Defense (MoD) announced: “Massive missile strikes have destroyed Ukrainian facilities involved in the production of unmanned aerial vehicles...The goal of the strike was achieved, Kiev’s plans to carry out terrorist attacks against Russia in the near future have been thwarted”.
As a result of these massive waves of Russian missile strikes against the Nazi regime in Kiev, this report continues, Director Volodymyr Kudrytsky of Ukraine energy giant Ukrenergo just revealed: “Damage to Ukraine's energy infrastructure has reached an unprecedented level…A fairly large part of the facilities were either damaged or destroyed…And we are talking not only about Ukrenergo substations, we are talking, unfortunately, about power plants - thermal, hydroelectric power plants, thermal power plants that generate electricity and warmth for our cities”—a revelation joined by Russian military expert Vasily Dandykin factually observing: “There is essentially no Ukraine anymore…There is a US proxy army”—and top Russian military intelligence expert Rustem Klupov grimly assessed: “Ukraine has already imprisoned and shot half of their population”.
In a rare acknowledgment of truth, this report details, leftist CNN international security editor Nick Paton Walsh revealed today: “NATO’s patience may be ended by the supply of weapons...This will force us to look for economic feasibility at the expense of long-term security and insist on a peace unfavorable for Kyiv”—a revelation that joins top American military expert retired US Army Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Davis at the Defense Priorities think tank in Washington DC most factually observing: “There is no scenario that projects a Ukrainian military victory…This is because the plain military reality is that the Ukrainian Armed Forces is not equipped or staffed with the necessary tools to conduct a major offensive operation of sufficient power to drive the hundreds of thousands of Russian troops out of Ukraine, especially given that they’ve been building extensive defensive fortifications throughout their zone of occupation”, and sees him assessing: “Owing to the combat losses, Ukraine is presently having to conduct another major mobilization of its male population, which also complicates domestic production capacity: with fewer men left to work, there are more jobs going unfilled…Relatedly, the United Nations estimates that almost nine million Ukrainians have fled the country since the war began. Ukraine’s GDP plunged by 41% in November; worse is likely in the new year as Russia’s missile attacks will likely continue”.
As the new New Year opens, this report concludes, top Kremlin media analyst Vladimir Kornilov, in his just released open letter “New Year 2023: It Will Be Hot Not Only In Ukraine”, examines the multitude of issues creating global chaos to explore their consequences and states: “All these predictions are meaningless in the event of a global nuclear war, the threat of which has become much more real in the past year…But we can safely predict that a global nuclear catastrophe will not happen in 2023…Not because it is unbelievable, but because if this prediction fails, no one will be able to verify it anyway”—but for the truest sense of what’s occurring, it’s explained by top Russian geopolitical analyst Professor-Doctor Timur Fomenko at Moscow State University, who, in his just released open letter “How The Year 2022 Ended The American Unipolar Era”, historically assessed and warned:
The year 2022 is coming to an end. It has been a year which has significant consequences for the future of global geopolitics, and will be remembered as such in the history books.
Specifically, it marked the
closing of three decades of American unipolarity,
which had begun with the collapse of the
It is no surprise that in this period, the US did not pursue ‘great power competition’ but actively vested itself in scores of regime-change operations across every continent as it sought to implement what George H.W. Bush described as “the new world order”.
This included wars in
Owing to the hubris of its
Cold War victory in the belief in the inevitability of its ideology, or ‘the end of history’, the US during this period did not
seek to counter states such as Russia or China precisely because it believed,
at least initially, that these states were on a pre-determined path to
westernization and liberalization. As
Fast forward to 2022, and the last remnants of these premature hopes have been swept away.
Although long in the
making, the past 12 months marked the ultimate consolidation of a new
The main catalyst of this shift was the
Seeing the rise of these countries, which had through America’s own approval integrated themselves within the global economy and prospered, but not adopted the American values as anticipated, the US veered back towards great power competition and began to provoke geopolitical conflict with a view to reasserting control over its wayward allies.
This became extremely obvious in the foreign policy of the Biden administration, which sought to take an uncompromising approach to the expansion of NATO (igniting the conflict in Ukraine), while also aggressively accelerating attempts to contain China through the creation of new alliance systems such as AUKUS and escalating tensions over the Taiwan Strait.
These actions by
Part of this is the effort
to actively ‘roll back’ globalization. By creating geopolitical conflict, the
Likewise, it is bulldozing
the entire semiconductor supply chain while forcibly rebuilding it around
itself in a bid to isolate
The implications of these actions are huge.
This has created new arms races, new technology races, and also the expansion of blocs alternate to the West, such as BRICS, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), and more.
As such, the year 2022 will stand as a definitive moment of change. The post-1991 world, although long fluttering, is finally gone.
The new world is an increasingly uncertain arena of geopolitical conflict, making it less stable, less certain, and more divided than at any point since the end of the Second World War.
This isn’t a new Cold War as such, it’s a new great game.
[Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
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The word Kremlin (fortress inside a city) as used in
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