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September 17, 2023
Shockingly Reality Is About To Decimate Biden’s American Sheeple Flock
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A foreboding new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov officially declared to the world this morning: “No matter what it says, the United States controls this war, it supplies weapons, munitions, intelligence information, data from satellites, it is pursuing a war against us”, says this official declaration that a state of war now exists between the Russian Federation and United States followed President Donald Trump gravely warning the American peoples about Supreme Socialist Leader Joe Biden yesterday: “We have a man who is totally corrupt and the worst president in the history of our country, who is cognitively impaired, in no condition to lead, and is now in charge of dealing with Russia and possible nuclear war...Just think of it...We will be in World War III very quickly if we're going to be relying on this man, and it will be far more devastating than any war”.
In full support of deranged and demented Socialist Leader Biden leading Americans into World War III, this report notes, yesterday it saw warmongering former Vice President Mike Pence grimly warning the American peoples: “I’m convinced that if the Ukrainian military doesn’t stop and repel that Russian invasion, it’s not going to be too long before that Russian army crosses a border that our men and women in uniform are going to have to go and fight for under our NATO Treaty...I truly believe it”—a grim warning joined by the article “Three Reasons Why Military Recruitment Is In Crisis”, wherein it revealed: “Many young men in middle America see a disconnect between the regime's latest wars and actual defense of the homeland”—the just published article “Navy Puts The Kibosh On Digital Recruiting Program After Discovering Enlistees Aren’t Into Drag Queens” further reveals: “On Thursday, acting Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Lisa Franchetti confirmed that the Navy is expected to miss its fiscal year 2023 recruiting goals by roughly 7,000 sailors…The revelation came days after the Air Force announced it would miss its “active-duty recruiting goals for the first time since 1999”...The U.S. Army and Coast Guard are also expected to miss their respective fiscal year 2023 recruiting targets”—it was also just reported: “Top NATO military official Dutch Admiral Rob Bauer, the chair of NATO's military committee, warned on Saturday that a drastic rise in ammunition prices means that allies' higher defence spending does not automatically translate into greater security”—and in the just published article “Ukraine Isn’t The Reason the U.S. Is Unprepared For War”, sees it gravely observing: “Our country could very well lose a large-scale war for lack of weapons and ammunition—but not because of aid to Ukraine…In a major conflict, the U.S. would run out of munitions in a few weeks, and in less than a week for some crucial categories…The quantity of weapons we are providing Ukraine is marginal compared with necessary weapons that we have not stocked...Over the past nine fiscal years, budget after budget has traded away combat power, truncated needed weapons early, and permanently closed production lines”.
In preparation for World War III, this report continues, NATO announced on Saturday: “In 2024, the Alliance will be holding its largest collective defense exercise since the Cold War: STEADFAST DEFENDER...Over 40,000 troops from across the Alliance will exercise in Germany, Poland and the three Baltic States”—an announcement of war NATO joined with the threat: “NATO, in accordance with its new defense plans, can deploy 300,000 soldiers in the first month of a potential attack on the bloc, while the total number of the alliance’s military personnel could reach 3.5 million people”—but is a meaningless threat because under the Nuclear War Doctrine Of The Russian Federation, at the slightest hint that NATO is assembling such a force, Russian nuclear strikes will be unleashed against every NATO and American military base in the world.
While actually insane Socialist Leader Biden and his NATO forces prepare to wage a war against the world’s largest nuclear weapons power Russia that they haven’t the manpower, weapons or ammunition to sustain, this report details, today it was reported: “Gasoline prices have surged to a record high for this time of year in the United States, jeopardizing the fight against inflation that’s dogged President Joe Biden”—with the BRICS Alliance controlling 80% of the world’s oil production, its two largest oil producing nations Russia and Saudi Arabia have drastically cut production to skyrocket the price of oil to the socialist Western colonial powers—to keep the price of gasoline artificially low, it saw Socialist Leader Biden draining America’s strategic oil reserves meant for times of war by a beyond staggering 200 million gallons, and is now at an historic low—today Russia is preparing to ban all oil exports to stabilize prices—and it was also just reported: “There appears to be no end in sight for the current oil price rally or for the bullish catalysts driving it as tightening supply combines with the apparent return of Chinese demand growth”.
With the socialist indoctrinated and leftist media brainwashed American peoples about to be decimated by the shocking reality of what the real cost of oil is, and who are obediently following deranged Socialist Leader Biden like sheep to the slaughter, this report concludes, one of their last defenses of sanity is the non-profit Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR) organization, which reports about itself: “FAIR, the national media watch group, has been offering well-documented criticism of media bias and censorship since 1986…We work to invigorate the First Amendment by advocating for greater diversity in the press and by scrutinizing media practices that marginalize public interest, minority and dissenting viewpoints…As an anti-censorship organization, we expose neglected news stories and defend working journalists when they are muzzled...As a progressive group, FAIR believes that structural reform is ultimately needed to break up the dominant media conglomerates, establish independent public broadcasting and promote strong non-profit sources of information”—and in their just released document “Hyping Ukraine Counteroffensive, US Press Chose Propaganda Over Journalism”, sees it factually informing under socialist siege Americans:
It has been clear for some time that US corporate
news media have explicitly taken a side on the
For most of the war, most
Triumphalist rhetoric soared in early 2023, as
optimistic talk of a game-changing “spring offensive” dominated
Over the last three months, it has become clear that the Ukrainian military operation will not be the game-changer it was sold as; namely, it will not significantly roll back the Russian occupation and obviate the need for a negotiated settlement. Only after this became undeniable did media report on the true costs of war to the Ukrainian people.
In the runup
to the counteroffensive, US media were full of excited conversation about how
it would reshape the nature of the conflict. NATO Secretary General Jens
Stoltenberg told Radio Free Europe (4/21/23)
he was “confident
Former CIA Director David Patraeus, author of the overhyped “surge” strategy in
The Washington Post’s David Ignatius (4/15/23) acknowledged that “hope is not a strategy”, but still insisted that “Ukraine’s will to win—its determination to expel Russian invaders from its territory at whatever cost—might be the X-factor in the decisive season of conflict ahead”.
The New York Times (6/2/23) ran a story praising recruits who signed up for the Ukrainian pushback, even though it “promises to be deadly”. Times columnist Paul Krugman (6/5/23) declared we were witnessing “the moral equivalent of D-Day”. CNN (5/30/23) reported that Ukrainians were “unfazed” as they “gear up for a counteroffensive”.
Cable news was replete with buzz about how the counteroffensive, couched with modifiers like “long-awaited” or “highly anticipated”, could turn the tide in the war. Nightly news shows (e.g., NBC, 6/15/23, 6/16/23) presented audiences with optimistic statements from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and other figures talking about the imminent success.
Despite the soaring rhetoric presented to audiences, Western officials understood that the counteroffensive was all but doomed to fail. This had been known long before the above comments were reported, but media failed to include that fact as prominently as the predictions for success.
On April 10, as part of the Discord leaks story, the Washington Post (4/10/23) reported that top secret documents showed that Ukraine’s drive would fall “well short” of its objectives, due to equipment, ammunition and conscription problems. The document predicted “sustainment shortfalls” and only “modest territorial gains”.
The Post additionally cited anonymous officials who claimed that the documents’ conclusions were corroborated by a classified National Intelligence Council assessment, shown only to a select few in Congress. The Post spoke to a Ukrainian official who “did not dispute the revelations”, and acknowledged that it was “partially true”.
While the Post has yet to publish the documents in full, the leaks and the other sources clearly painted a picture of a potentially disastrous counteroffensive. Fear was so palpable that the Biden administration privately worried about how he could keep up support for the war when the widely hyped offensive sputtered. In the midst of this, Blinken continued to dismiss the idea of a ceasefire, opting instead to pursue further escalating the conflict.
Despite the importance of these facts, they were hardly reported on by the rest of corporate media, and dropped from subsequent war coverage. When the Post (6/14/23) published a long article citing Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s cautious optimism about the campaign, it neglected to mention its earlier reporting about the government’s privately gloomier assessments. The documents only started appearing again in the press after thousands were dead, and the campaign’s failure undeniable.
In an honest press, excited comments from politicians and commentators would be published alongside reports about how even our highest-level officials did not believe that the counteroffensive would amount to much. Instead, anticipation was allowed to build while doubts were set to the side.
By July, Ukrainian
casualties were mounting, and it became clearer and clearer that the
counteroffensive would fail to recapture significant amounts of Ukrainian
territory. Reporting grew more
realistic, and we were given insights into conditions on the ground in
According to the Washington
Post (8/17/23), US and Ukrainian militaries had conducted war games and had
anticipated that an advance would be accompanied by heavy losses.
But when the real-world fatalities mounted, the Post reported, “
This caused a rift between
the Ukrainians and their Western backers, who were frustrated at Ukrainians’
desire to keep their people alive. A
mid-July New York Times article (7/14/23)
reported that US officials were
privately frustrated that
After it became undeniable
The Journal acknowledged that Western officials simply “hoped Ukrainian courage and resourcefulness would carry the day”.
One Post column (7/26/23) asked, “Was Gen. Mark Milley Right Last Year About
the War in
And when one official told Politico (8/18/23), “Milley had a point”, acknowledging the former military head’s November suggestion for negotiations. The quote was so telling that Politico made it the headline of the article.
Even Rep. Andy Harris (D-Md.), co-chair of the congressional Ukraine Caucus, publicly questioned whether or not the war was “winnable” (Politico, 8/17/23). Speaking on the counteroffensive’s status, he said, “I’ll be blunt, it’s failed”.
Newsweek (8/16/23) reported on a Ukrainian
leadership divided over how to handle the “underwhelming” counteroffensive. The Washington Post (8/17/23) reported that the
As the triumphalism
ebbed, outlets began reporting on scenes that were almost certainly common
before the spring push but had gone unpublished. One piece from the Post (8/10/23) outlined a “darkened mood in
The Wall Street Journal (8/1/23) published a devastating piece about the massive number of amputees returning home from the mine-laden battlefield. They reported that between 20,000 and 50,000 Ukrainians had lost one or more limbs as a result of the war—numbers that are comparable to those seen during World War I.
Rather than dwelling on the
stalled campaign, the New York Times and other outlets focused on the drone war
War As Desirable Outcome
The fact that
The answer has been clear since before the
war. Despite the high-minded rhetoric
about support for democracy, this has never been the goal of pushing for war in
In December 2021, as Russian President Vladimir Putin began to mass troops at Ukraine’s border while demanding negotiations, John Deni of the Atlantic Council published an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal (12/22/21) headlined “The Strategic Case for Risking War in Ukraine”, which laid out the US logic explicitly: Provoking a war would allow the US to impose sanctions and fight a proxy war that would grind Russia down. Additionally, the anti-Russian sentiment that resulted from a war would strengthen NATO’s resolve.
All of this came to pass as
NATO’s ‘Strategic Windfall’
In the wake of the stalled
In the starkest
demonstration of the lack of concern for
Ignatius is far from alone.
Hawkish Sen. Mitt Romney (R–Utah) explained why US funding for the proxy war
was “about the
best national defense spending I think we’ve ever done”: “We’re losing no lives in
The consensus among policymakers in
‘Fears Of Peace Talks’
Polls show that support for
The failure of the
counteroffensive has not caused
But even within the Biden administration, the
Pentagon appears to be at odds with the State Department and National Security
Council over the
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