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All it would take would be that one spark

We Do Know Where You Are Getting Your Information—Straight From The Kremlin

Disinformation is a key part of Putin’s campaign of hybrid warfare

We Do Know Where You Are Getting Your Information—Straight From The Kremlin

NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — Cloudy weather, intermittent snow and minus 2 degrees in Moscow today. The situation with Ukraine had worsened to the point that the U.S. Intelligence Community said it was only a matter of days before President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia attacks Ukraine, and the Biden administration must treat Russia as a rogue state and aggressively isolate the Kremlin. The mayor of Kiev Vitaliy Klitschko announced in Kiev preparations for a “military emergency” and the evacuation of citizens: “The critical and social infrastructure of the capital is working in preparation for work in an emergency,” he said. All it would take would be that one spark, and the low-intensity hybrid action Vladimir V. Putin of Russia had been waging could morph into a full-on military invasion. The fake ever-untrustworthy treacherous globalist mainstream media speaks of hybrid warfare like it is a new phenomenon, but we do know where you are getting your information—straight from the Kremlin. Disinformation is a key part of Putin’s campaign of hybrid warfare. But there is nothing new about it. The Kremlin is executing the time-tested battle plan of using the full spectrum of power. In the U.S., we refer to this under the acronym DIME. Diplomacy, information, military, and economics. Don’t plan anything for Wednesday, the Kremlin will invade Ukraine.

In The U.S., We Refer To This Under The Acronym DIME

The Most Unlucky Man Of The Year

And his decision, which will be born out of panic, will make Vladimir Putin the unluckiest man of the year. Putin is famous for his late-night meetings, often conducted in his offices in Building One of the Kremlin complex, or even in sitting rooms in the Grand Kremlin Palace, normally reserved for ceremonial functions. The Rich TVX News Network had learned from his friends working high in the Kremlin that Vladimir V. Putin had changed many of his habits in the past several days, giving them the impression he was becoming more paranoid about those around him. Putin’s Munich speech was revolutionary, with a vision of the future, although no one imagined that in 15 years the world would slide into a cold war, Dmitry Peskov, the Press Secretary for the President of Russia said. The Kremlin had become a difficult place to work since the COVID-19 pandemic. It had been determined by the U.S. Intelligence Community that the Kremlin will stage an attack in eastern Ukraine that will kill pro-secessionist protesters, Russia’s supporters in the troubled region. The Kremlin will use that event then to justify an invasion, which could start with aerial bombing that would make departures difficult and endanger civilians. The U.S. Intelligence statement prompted countries around the world to issue fresh warnings to nationals in Ukraine.

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Why Would He Panic?

The Kremlin guard wasn’t focusing on Putin’s face first, but he could see the panic, and he knew something had happened. Panic, indecision, and then slowly determination. Putin´s panic took hold of him completely. His arms and legs flailed. “Why would he panic?” Well, the NWO Cabal blackmailed Putin. Told him they’d reveal what they knew about his ties to certain networks and how that brought him to power in Russia. Putin knew this to be true — it was in line with his assertions during the last siloviki meeting. These are indeed difficult times, even the Kremlin has repeatedly denied any plans to invade Ukraine despite massing more than 150,000 troops near the border. As we know now, around the time Russia’s foreign and domestic intelligence agencies merged with each other, the U.S. Intelligence Community began tasking a lot of analytical manpower to identify the personal assets of the small cabal of Kremlin policy makers at the center of influence. The CIA knew that the key to dealing with the regime in the Kremlin was to understand both where their money came from and, perhaps more important, where it was going. It has even become clear now that the oligarchs’ accounts will be seized in the UK and their travel privileges curtailed. Russia is a kleptocracy, all the power in the hands of a corrupt few. Nobody can work with banks or be in business in Moscow without having ties to the Kremlin and the FSB, as the siloviki ran both institutions as well as the Russian economy. This wasn’t a perfect foil to Putin’s actions by any means, as it will also hit several of Kremlin’s top power players, and it will increase pressure on Vladimir Putin from within. We no longer believe Putin has the power to do whatever he wants, but make no mistake: Vladimir V. Putin of Russia is still at the controls.

The United States Continues To See Signs Of Russian Escalation

The Hope Dies At Last

President Joe Biden hosted a video call with transatlantic leaders, including Justin Trudeau of Canada, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, European Council President Charles Michel, President Emmanuel Macron of France, Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany, Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, President Andrzej Duda of Poland, President Klaus Iohannis of Romania, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom, in which they agreed on co-ordinated action to inflict severe economic consequences on Russia if it invaded Ukraine. The leaders expressed their concern about Russia’s continued build-up of military forces around Ukraine and reaffirmed their support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. They expressed their desire for a diplomatic solution to the crisis, and discussed recent engagements with Russia in multiple formats. The leaders agreed on the importance of coordinated efforts to deter further Russian aggression against Ukraine, including their readiness to impose massive consequences and severe economic costs on Russia should it choose military escalation, and to continue reinforcing the defensive posture on NATO’s eastern flank. They committed to continued close consultation, including working with and through NATO, the EU, the OSCE, and the UN. The hope dies at last.