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Russia’s Military Now Argues That They’re Not Fighting Ukraine, But NATO
NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — Red Square at night is one of the most striking scenes in Moscow. On the left is Saint Basil’s Cathedral; in the center is the Spasskaya Tower, the main tower on the eastern wall of the Moscow Kremlin which overlooks Red Square, through which government officials enter the Kremlin. In a strange way, Vladimir V. Putin of Russia tries to avoid the Kremlin whenever he can these days. The Siloviki are stoical and suspicious in the presence of strangers, though emotional and gregarious among security friends. They circulated the following joke: FSB agents must now travel in groups of three. One FSB agent can read, the second agent can write, and the third agent keeps an eye on the two intellectuals. Nevertheless, these contradictions only scratch the surface of the Siloviki paradox. The Kremlin’s brutal and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine has entered its third month with scores of civilians dead, entire cities leveled, and perhaps most troubling, no end in sight. As already reported, the U.S. Intelligence Community has been briefed that the war in Ukraine could last another 10 to 20 years. The United States has rushed weapons and humanitarian aid to Ukraine. No wonder, many in the Kremlin believe that the NWO cabal controls the American government, financial centres, mainstream media and the military. They call the American government the “Reptilian Humanoids Occupation Government” or RHOG; «Okkupatsionnoye pravitel’stvo reptil’nykh gumanoidov» or OPRG; their main aim is to overthrow Russia. The NWO cabal and RHOG´s aim was to provoke a war between Russia and the Ukraine and to overthrow the Putin government. Some Russians believe that any level of violence is justified to destroy the NWO cabal groups they hate and in their war against the RHOG. In short, the hope that future generations will be saved from the scourge of nuclear conflict has yet to be realized; as Russia’s military believes that limiting the war’s initial goals is a serious error, the vision of mushroom clouds rising over our heads has not gone away; people now worry about a global nuclear holocaust, as nuclear weapons are now back on the Russian agenda more firmly than at any time since the height of the Cold War, as the Russian military now argues that Russia is not fighting Ukraine, but NATO. The Putin system in Russia has become rigid and static, and time is taking its toll; Vladimir Putin cannot last indefinitely. Inherently potent in a contest of power, the Russian military poses a serious problem for Putin, as it demands all—out war now.
The United States Has Rushed Weapons And Humanitarian Aid To Ukraine
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