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The Beijing Winter Olympics start Feb. 4, this will be the begin of the hardest battle

Beijing 2022 Bloody Winter Olympics And The Russo-Ukrainian War

The battle to the death between Ukraine and Russia to start

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Beijing 2022 Bloody Winter Olympics And The Russo-Ukrainian War

NEW YORK ( — This Rich TVX News Network bulletin has no qualms about telling hard truths and making hard judgements. Vladimir V. Putin, skillfully pushed by the New World Order globalist cabal and spurred on by new attractions, could invade Ukraine. The news of the war will be electrifying. The Beijing Winter Olympics start Feb. 4, this will be the begin of the hardest battle – a battle to the death between Ukraine and Russia: 78% of Ukrainians and 71% of Russians, identify as Orthodox Christians, two brothers will fight each other in the snow of the East; to maintain themselves in spite of everything, with the enemy in front of them, the snow falling from the sky, and the ice gnawing away at their bodies and their morale. The preparations for the new Russian offensive were drawing to close. Each day, shortly before nightfall, the Russian planes would come, three at a time, to survey the border. They never stayed more than a few minutes. Russia could advance toward Kiev along two routes. The first would be 150 miles by road through Novye Yurkovichi, Russia; Chernihiv, Ukraine; and into Kiev, Ukraine. The second would be a 200-mile thrust through Troebortnoe, Russia; Konotop, Ukraine; Nizhyn, Ukraine; and into Kiev, but Russia could also advance due west along three routes. The first might include a 200-mile axis that moves through Belograd, Russia; Kharkiv, Ukraine; Poltava, Ukraine; and finally to Kremenchuk, Ukraine. The second might include a 140-mile axis thrust through Donetsk, Ukraine to Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine; and possibly also another thrust from Donetsk to Dnipro, Ukraine. The third might involve Russian forces advancing along the coastline toward Mariupol, Berdyansk, and the Perekop isthmus connecting Crimea to Ukraine. Russia could also advance across the Perekop isthmus to take Kherson and the source of freshwater for Crimea and simultaneously toward the vicinity of Melitpol to link up with Russian forces advancing along the coast of the Sea of Azov.

Munich Speech Of Vladimir Putin

The military preparations of Russia during the fall of 2021; all these left Ukraine no doubt about the ambitions of the Kremlin. The longer they waited, the more likely they would be attacked. How long have the preparations for war been going on by the NOW cabal? Well, the answer is very simple, since the Munich speech of Vladimir Putin given in Germany on 10 February 2007 at the Munich Security Conference. The speech expressed significant points of future politics of Russia driven by Putin. Putin criticized what he called the United States’ monopolistic dominance in global relations, and its “almost uncontained hyper use of force in international relations”. The speech came to be known, especially in Russia, as the Munich speech. He said the result of such dominance was that, […] no one feels safe! Because no one can feel that international law is like a stone wall that will protect them. Of course such a policy stimulates an arms race. Putin also distorted a quote from 1990 speech by Manfred Wörner to create an impression that US made a binding promise not to expand NATO into new countries in Eastern Europe. Putin publicly opposed plans for the U.S. missile shield in Europe, and presented President George W. Bush with a counter proposal on 7 June 2007 which was declined. Russia suspended its participation in the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe on 11 December 2007 because: Seven years have passed and only four states have ratified this document, including the Russian Federation.

The Rendezvous With War

Beneath the snow stretched the Ukraine, its vast horizons dotted with ice and with coppery groves. The villagers were friendly, as were almost all the country-folk of the Ukraine. U.S. President Joe Biden‘s administration faces a genuine danger of war in Europe, as Russia began moving tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, rocket launchers and other military equipment westward from their bases in its Far East, according to the U.S. Department of Defense. Same time, Russian mass media broke into a run, their blood-curdling battle cry after the security talks in Geneva, “Ourrah pobieda!,” “Hurrah for victory!.” The military hardware is believed to be the first to be shifted in the current crisis from Russia’s Eastern Military District, on the opposite end of the country. A huge Russian force—150,000 troops and 1,200 tanks—assembles right across the Russia-Ukraine border. Occasionally, Russian artillery shells were already landing on Ukrainian Border, inflicting terrible casualties when they were on target. Russian elite units, brought in from Siberia, plan to cross the frozen Donets River, to the north of the industrial basin. The Russians subsequently will make a very deep thrust in the direction of the Dnieper. Russia has deployed “a group of operatives” into Ukraine to foment a pretext for another invasion of that country, Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby said. Still, the U.S. government believes there is room to solve the problem of the Russian build-up on Ukraine’s border diplomatically. If Russia does invade its neighbor, the United States will continue to provide security assistance to Ukraine to help them better defend themselves.

U.S. President Joe Biden’s Administration Faces A Genuine Danger Of War In Europe

Kirby Said The U.S. Believes Vladimir Putin Has Not Decided On Invasion Yet

The Russian operatives are a part of Russia’s playbook that was used in 2014 when Russia invaded Crimea and later illegally annexed the area. Kirby could not give many details, but said the United States does “have information that indicates that Russia is already working actively to create a pretext for a potential invasion, for a move on Ukraine.” Moreover, in war, as long as everything is not lost, nothing is lost. The Russian operatives are pre-positioned in Ukraine to conduct “what we call a false flag operation — an operation designed to look like an attack on … Russian speaking people in Ukraine, again, as an excuse to go in.” The United States also has information that Russia is fabricating Ukrainian provocations in state and social media as some sort of pretext for invasion, he said. “We’ve seen this kind of thing before out of Russia,” he said. “When there isn’t an actual crisis to suit their needs; they’ll make one up. So we’re watching for them.” Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby wouldn’t go into much detail on the operatives themselves, but noted that Russia often “hybridizes” their personnel drawing them from their intelligence communities, their security services or their military. There are American forces in Ukraine working to advise and assist the Ukrainian military. There are less than 200 Florida National Guardsmen assigned to the mission. Kirby said the United States believes Russian President Vladimir Putin has not decided on invasion yet. But if there is an incursion, force protection for American personnel remains paramount. “We will make all the appropriate and proper decisions to make sure that our people are safe in any event,” Kirby said.