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January 30, 2023
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A thought-provoking new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting top Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov revealing to reporters this morning: “As for NATO and contact, we don’t have any…You know that, in fact, at one time NATO stopped any kind of meaningful communication with our country. Therefore, it is very difficult to talk about such contact at the moment”, says NATO stopped its contacts shortly after Russian military forces conducting the “Special De-Nazification Operation” began seizing evidence of secret American biowarfare activities in Ukraine, about which the Ministry of Defense (MoD) revealed today: “Over the period of the special military operation, Russian troops have secured over 20,000 documents, references and analytical materials, and interviewed eyewitnesses and participants in American military-biological programs”—and as it pertains to these seized American biowarfare documents, General Igor Kirillov further revealed today: “The aforementioned materials confirm the Pentagon’s intention to create biological weapons components and test them on the population of Ukraine and other countries along the perimeter of our borders...As part of activities to wind down military biological operations in Ukraine, the United States are proactively engaging the material base of chemical and pharmacological plants of Poland and the Baltic States; furthermore, equipment from the Ukrainian territory was delivered there”.
According to a new BBC documentary set for broadcast today, this report notes, disgraced and ousted from power former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson ludicrously claimed about a phone conversation he had with President Putin last year: “He sort of threatened me at one point and said, ‘Boris, I don’t want to hurt you, but with a missile, it would only take a minute’, or something like that”—a ludicrous claim joined with the fact: “No reference to the alleged exchange between Johnson and Putin appeared in accounts of the call given by either Downing Street or the Kremlin, the BBC makes clear”—in quick response, top Kremlin spokesman Peskov factually stated: “What Mr. Johnson said is not true; more precisely, it is a lie”—and as to why President Putin barely even thinks about either Britain or its socialist leaders, is best explained in the just published Sky News article “US General Warns British Army No Longer Top-Level Fighting Force, Defense Sources Reveal”, wherein it states:
A senior US general has privately told Defence Secretary Ben Wallace the British Army is no longer regarded as a top-level fighting force, defence sources have revealed.
The general used a term to
rank the strength of a country's military, with tier one regarded as a top-level
power such as the
Tier two would describe a
more middling power with less fighting capability such as
According to the sources, the general, referring to the army, said: "You haven't got a tier one. It's barely tier two".
Offering a sense of the scale of the challenge faced by the army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force, it is understood that:
1.) The armed forces would run out of ammunition "in a few days" if called upon to fight
3.) It would take five to 10 years for the army to be able to field a war-fighting division of some 25,000 to 30,000 troops backed by tanks, artillery and helicopters
4.) Some 30% of
5.) The majority of the army's fleet of armoured vehicles, including tanks, was built between 30 to 60 years ago and full replacements are not due for years
Along with British military forces not posing a real threat to Russia, this report concludes, the American think tank The Heritage Foundation, in its “2023 Index of U.S. Military Strength”, grimly assessed: “The US military may not be able to win one war — let alone two — as the Pentagon struggles to keep its forces equipped against potential threats from China and Russia...Years of underfunding and poorly defined priorities has led the military to become weak relative to the force needed to defend national interests on the global stage...The current U.S. military force is at significant risk of not being able to meet the demands of a single major regional conflict...The force would probably not be able to do more and is certainly ill-equipped to handle two nearly simultaneous major conflicts”—a grim assessment ignored by Supreme Socialist Leader Joe Biden as he keeps dangerously provoking Russia, that has the world’s largest natural resources valued at over $75 trillion making it impossible to sanction, and he also forgot the facts just documented by historian Christopher Roach of the Center for American Greatness research institute, who, in his just released open letter “Wunderwaffen Won’t Save Ukraine”, assessed and observed:
summer of 1944, the Soviet Army destroyed
Throughout the war, the Germans undeniably had more sophisticated and superior weapons, including their Panther and Tiger tanks. They also developed jet fighters, as well as the first cruise and ballistic missiles. In addition to these technical advantages, the German Wehrmacht had an innovative and decentralized system of tactics and maintained rigorous training for officers through the end of the war.
Even so, in spite of such qualitative superiority, by 1944 it was
No such victory would be forthcoming. In a war of attrition, numbers, supply chains, and mass end up counting for more than the quality of armaments and other technological advantages. As Paul Kennedy famously argued in The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers,
"The triumph of any one Great Power in this period, or the collapse of another, has usually been the consequence of lengthy fighting by its armed forces; but it has also been the consequences of the more or less efficient utilization of the state’s productive economic resources in wartime, and, further in the background, of the way in which that state’s economy had been rising or falling, relative to the other leading nations, in the decades preceding the actual conflict."
A similar dynamic is currently underway in Ukraine.
American media seem confused, but this is probably
because very little of this war is “telegenic” when
compared to the
Russia’s industrial age economy is apparently well
suited for a war of attrition, as Russia has the ability to produce both food
and other necessities for her people, while also producing tanks, endless
kamikaze drones, and an order-of-magnitude more artillery shells than its
Not only can Russia produce more than Ukraine, but
it turns out, at least for now, that it can produce more arms and ammunition
than the entire West. Having offshored much of its dual-use industrial infrastructure to
provide a qualitative advantage, the West has showered
For all of
the ways this move has provoked
all similar to the situation facing the Wehrmacht in
tanks—the Soviet T-34 and the American M4
But, in spite of all this innovation, massive numbers of American and Soviet tanks, along with rising numbers of trained troops, all supported by coordinated industrial power, were able to overwhelm the German military completely.
The West and its leaders are either engaged in
massive denial or they are deliberately destroying their limited reserves of
weapons and ammunition for some nefarious purpose. There is currently no
prospect of Ukrainian victory, and a few hundred Wunderwaffen
are not going to change the outcome.
Even the highest
having little prospect of success, the latest move risks at least two bad
outcomes. First, having put its prestige on
the line, the West may now be committed to Ukraine simply to avoid “losing
face,” much like the United States stuck it out in Vietnam and Afghanistan long
after any plausible national security advantage was in view. Second, not
appreciating the repeated nuclear threats from
committing massive and widespread atrocities in the
This is all ominous. But it would not be the first time a great power sealed its fate through hubris, historical illiteracy, and self-destructive leadership.
[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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