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This is probably the most important news story so far.

NBC News:

The U.S. has information that the Russian government is planning a “false-flag” operation to rationalize an invasion of Ukraine, a government official said Friday.

“We have information that indicates Russia has already pre-positioned a group of operatives to conduct a false-flag operation in eastern Ukraine. The operatives are trained in urban warfare and in using explosives to carry out acts of sabotage against Russia’s own proxy-forces,” the official said, confirming a CNN report.

“Our information also indicates that Russian influence actors are already starting to fabricate Ukrainian provocations in state and social media to justify a Russian intervention and sow divisions in Ukraine,” the official said. “For example, Russian officials and influence actors are emphasizing narratives about the deterioration of human rights in Ukraine and the increased militancy of Ukrainian leaders.”

It’s rare for the U.S. government to publicly release intelligence information in real time, especially about a high-value target like Russia, a longtime U.S. adversary.

What’s rare is for the US government to admit that false flags exist.

We’ve been told for decades that the entire core concept of a “false flag” was a “conspiracy theory.”

Now we’re supposed to believe “oh yes, certainly, false flags are a big problem. But only in non-democracy countries that don’t share our values and who we are. The CIA would never do anything like this because they are too moral, because of our values.”

We’ve all been saying that the US government is preparing for a false flag in the Ukraine, then they come out and say “oh, someone’s planning a false flag, alright…”

We’ve also been saying that they only would have built this anti-white “domestic terrorism” system if they were planning a false flag here in America.

It’s shocking just to hear them use the term.

I mean, once the idea is in your head, you look at something like the videos of the alleged “Assad gassings” in Syria and you just start laughing.

Then you go back and look at every single war the US has been involved with for more than a century…

The public is obviously a bunch of drooling retards, so there is no chance of them thinking about anything. But if this is used as a pretext for war – a reverse false flag – and they then try to explain that to the American people – that will be amazing.

Imagine Jake Sullivan rehashing Alex Jones talking points about false flags.

I wonder if this means you can now get banned from the internet for saying false flags are a conspiracy theory and don’t exist?

I mean, Media Matters has an entire section on their website claiming that the entire concept is a conspiracy theory, and a false flag is not possible.

Maybe they should be banned from Twitter and Facebook for this kind of vicious disinformation, which so obviously serves the Russian false flag agenda?

Could Media Matters be yet another front for the Russians?

I’ve seen quite a few Russian fronts in my day.

(Republished from The Daily Stormer by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. It is eerie to witness the Pentagon using Britain’s Poland 1939 playbook, presenting Russia’s legitimate security concerns as aggression against a weaker neighbor. Why not use a tried and true lie that no one but specialist historians realize is a fraud, right? After all Hitler was the old Putin just as Putin is the new Hitler, or something. This false flag line mirrors the Gliewitz incident Germany was supposed to have fabricated, dressing its own men in Polish uniforms to have an excuse to attack. Oddly, Hitler did not mention the incident that allegedly provoked the incursion in his address to the nation, nor did it appear in any German newspaper at the time. A Ukrainian SS Major who spilled the dubious beans to please his captors in 1946 is where that whopper came from.

    I almost burst out laughing when a network “news” program last night showed “unconfirmed images” of Russian tanks being transported by rail “to the front” in further homage to the so-called good war. As if 20th century weapons would be the decisive factor in 21st century combat. This is why it is so necessary to suppress WWII revisionism – that forced conflict provided the rationale to create the military-industrial complex and the propaganda machine that finally undid our fragile republic. So much easier to denounce dedicated historians as neonazi antisemites, call it a day, and keep on bombing the world.

  2. Decoy says:

    Putin must be beginning to think that he underestimated how crazy his American counterparts are. He’s going to need to adjust his strategy. The decision makers are Blinken, Sullivan, and Nuland, not the President, the Vice President, the Secretary of Defense, or the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. . Although Biden’s been there a number of times to pick up his 10% he still couldn’t find Ukraine on a globe, and Harris, well let’s not even go there. The two military guys don’t want anything to do with decision making on Russia. The fiasco in Afghanistan is still rattling through their minds. Meanwhile Blinken, Sullivan, and Nuland have convinced themselves that the Afghan exit was comparable to the Berlin Airlift. I previously thought war with Russia was at 1 in 1,000. Now it seems more like 1 in 50. The war hawk screeching has reached post 9/11 levels.

    • Agree: Alfred
    • Replies: @Bill
    , @Derer
    , @PetrOldSack
  3. Back in mid December, Russia was claiming the USA/UK via its Ukrainian proxies were preparing a false flag event in the Donbass, using chemical weapons (like in Syria):

    https://www.farsnews.ir/en/news/14000930000650/Rssia-Claims-American-Mercenaries-Preparing-‘Chemical-Weapn’-Inciden

    and:

    https://rmx.news/ukraine/russia-says-us-mercenaries-planning-chemical-weapons-attack-in-ukraine/

    Looks like the US may actually go forward with the plan, based on their current utterly ridiculous claims that Russia will be the one doing so. How creative, how brilliant!

    (How nauseatingly predictable……..)

  4. Notsofast says:

    sop…. always accuse your adversary of your crimes, this time in advance. after the russians called out nato on their impending war crime, the geniuses at the state department came up with the i’m rubber your glue tactic they learned in neocon grad school. once again the russians will be unable to resist their primal urge to poison people, proving beyond all doubt that this was another one of their evil plots and that the only way they can finally be taught a lesson, is through all out war. the most depressing part of all of this, is how many americans will believe it, this nation has been slowly lobotomized, first through tv and now through the internet. join the metaverse and receive half off your vr headset and a free drool cup.

  5. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    you look at something like the videos of the alleged “Assad gassings” in Syria and you just start laughing.

    Except for the fact that hundreds, including children, were killed in the false flag attack meant to give the US a pretext to move in with it’s bombing. Can anything be scummier than that? 9-11? Lots of unsuspecting people were set up for that to provide the US with a pretext for Homeland Security and the supposed WOT. Pearl Harbor wasn’t a false flag per se but FDR knew they were going to get hit and wanted it so he could pretend to be dragged into involvement in the war. It’s hard for a normal person to wrap their head around such thinking but the people who rise to the leadership levels are usually cunning amoral sociopaths who’ll make money and gain power over the dead bodies of millions of people.

  6. Emslander says:
    @Observator

    I wonder how they plan to use one of the multi-trillion-dollar carrier strike forces in the Ukraine war. They’ll “show the flag” somewhere, I guess. Good use of our money.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  7. After the 20-year fake war in Crapghanistan, it would be disheartening to find anyone outside of the neocon cabal who wants US troops in another quagmire.

    • Replies: @Notsofast
  8. Bill H. says:

    US Intelligence has discovered Russia preparing to do a false flag operation before they actually do it? And pigs are flying in Ukraine, too. US Intelligence could not find its own ass if you gave it a flashlight and a mirror on a stick.

  9. Chris Moore says: • Website
    @Observator

    Well, WW2 was the Zionist’s “Greatest hour.” Despite the so called “Holocaust,” the ((Jews)) and their stooges still managed to get 90 million or so Europeans killed off. Oy! Our grvates hour! No wonder they want to milk it again and again and again for as much filthy lucre as possible, maybe kill off a few million more Europeans and Christians until the well run totally dry, or they keel over dead from their own evil. That’s what ((Jews)) do, after all.

  10. Notsofast says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    don’t think that they intend to use u.s. troops, they plan on fighting to the last ukrainian, estonian, pole and lithuanian. they’re just going to dump in a bunch of weapons, set the place on fire and run like hell. they will then strike a superior moral posture and try to sanction russia to death, stealing as many russian assets as they can grab.

    • Agree: Avery
    • Replies: @Chris Moore
  11. jews…..the masters of false flags and deceit…..accusing others of false flags and deceit..

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. Rich says:

    The US is using its playbook from WW2 where they goaded Japan into attacking Pearl Harbor. Of course, Russia isn’t an island nation desperate for raw materials, but Blinken and Sullivan must’ve been at band practice during geography class. The question is can Russia survive without access to Western markets? If they can, they may just invade in order to set up the buffer to protect themselves from Nato. If the US restrains itself from resorting to nukes, the Russians could probably march to Berlin pretty easily. A lot of analysts are saying Russia takes Ukraine up to the Dnieper and stops. We’ll see.

    • Replies: @Chris Moore
    , @Avery
    , @Derer
  13. Chris Moore says: • Website
    @Notsofast

    don’t think that they intend to use u.s. troops, they plan on fighting to the last ukrainian, estonian, pole and lithuanian. they’re just going to dump in a bunch of weapons, set the place on fire and run like hell. they will then strike a superior moral posture and try to sanction russia to death, stealing as many russian assets as they can grab.

    That’s choregraphed ((Jewish)) anarchy for ya. The more dead goy (from a distance), the better. The more profiteering from dead goy, the better. The more moral limelight, the better. That’s why ((Jews)) are so beloved, everywhere they go. Great storytellers, too.

  14. Fuzzbaby says:

    Who better would know one to see one?

  15. Anonymous[374] • Disclaimer says:

    Basically, the shit-libs think every foreign policy issue is either 1938 (so they can call the bluff of an opponent not ready to fight), or 1944 (when they can use overwhelming force against an already defeated opponent). They have no fucking idea what to do in between, hence their ridiculous flailing around here.

    • Agree: Drapetomaniac
  16. Chris Moore says: • Website
    @Rich

    If the US restrains itself from resorting to nukes, the Russians could probably march to Berlin pretty easily.

    You’d just love nuking the Slavs, wouldn’t you “Rich”? After all, they’re disposable goy slaves.

    • Replies: @Rich
  17. Rich says:
    @Chris Moore

    Hey dumkopf, and I write that with all due respect, no one wants a nuclear war. Work on your reading comprehension. Slavs are White, I’m a big fan of White folks. I like their music, art, literature, I like them as neighbors, they’re a great group of people. You post a lot of anti-American drivel, and that’s okay, but you just ain’t that bright.

    • Agree: Twodees Partain
    • Replies: @Chris Moore
  18. As far as the general topic of Russians invading the Ukraine in the first place is concerned I am
    shocked by the fact that everybody, from the top echelons of Western Powers to drunken VFW regulars to liberal fags in coffee houses are talking about an imminent invasion as if their personal Idiot phone gave them hourly reports straight from Russian High Command.

    Anybody with a lick of being able to think critically would know that real and legitimate military initiatives require the very highest of security measures and anything that leaks to the general public is disinformation and as such could come from either side. One ‘military expert’ ass-wipe went on a respectable news program here in Canada several months ago and said that the attack will take place on January 17 (!). I actually had normally intelligent friends ask me If I thought that it was true.

    My response to them was that if such a thing were to happen, why does an absolute nobody idiot like you know about it? Do you have any idea what is required in planning an invasion? Do you recall that several months prior to Pearl Harbour every news organization in the world was discussing it even giving the date and yet no precautions were taken and it went of on the discussed date with considerable success? Of course not because in the real (non cyber) world things just don’t happen that way. The phenomenon of cyber idiocy/social media is creating a level of stupidity, in the guise of entitled access to information that the simplest peasant of the 19th century would shake his head at it if he could see it’s effects.

    The concepts of invasions, non invasions, false flags, fake false flags are all bunk as long as they are in the public domain. Just baseline propaganda. What will happen, if anything, will happen and take the zombies by surprise as always. The only thing to be taken from disinformation is that it reveals ‘tells’. In this regard I think that the West is at the checkers stage. The other side clearly plays chess. They will be able to read the tells better than the regular observer. And they will adjust.

    Cheers-

    • Agree: Drapetomaniac
  19. Ukraine, like Poland is a de-industrialized shithole dependent on EU handouts. Vlad’s not buying. But he’s going to be quite happy to vaporize the Nazi government in KIEV (all of a sudden they’re spelling it Kyiv) along with US weapons stores from inside his own borders at the next round of sanctions which are actually acts of war. Invade Ukraine, yeah right. Did anyone in the US diplomatic apparatus notice the CIA op just foiled in Kazakhstan last week? How can they think they have options there?

    • Agree: Drapetomaniac, Decoy
  20. Bill says:
    @Decoy

    The fiasco in Afghanistan is still rattling through their minds.

    The only things rattling through Lloyd Austin’s mind are Big Macs.

    • LOL: Biff
  21. Bill says:

    Does Jake Sullivan’s face look like an access panel which can fold away to reveal a bunch of blinking lights, wires, and turning cogs?

    • Replies: @Drapetomaniac
    , @Decoy
  22. I hate to sound like a girl, but I really think everyone needs to sit down and dialogue about this situation. None of the parties are being terribly constructive.

    Russia has legitimate ties, interests, history, and — dare I say it — prerogatives in the Ukraine. An effort should be made to ascertain what resolution Russia would accept. This is getting to be like the United States backing the SNP or something. In fact, that comparison is not all that off the wall, all things considered.

    …actually, my suspicion is that Israel has a hand in the whole thing. She’ll get the US to back off — just as soon as Russia quits preventing Israel from reducing Syria to permanent anarchy.

    • Replies: @Bill
  23. Bill says:
    @Colin Wright

    Russia has been pretty clear about what they’ll accept, though. No further NATO expansion on their borders and no NATO missiles on their borders.

    These are such obviously reasonable demands, in context, that lack of dialogue is very unlikely to be the problem. It’s kinda like this:

  24. Chris Moore says: • Website
    @Rich

    Hey dumbkopf… You post a lot of anti-American drivel

    Thanks. Coming from a dimwitted ZOG apologist wearing polyester golf pants, I’ll take that as a compliment.

    Oh, and nice use of “ain’t” there at the end. Why, you’re all-American and apple pie, ain’t ya “Rich”? You’re good country folk!

    • Agree: Avery
    • Replies: @Rich
  25. @Bill

    ‘Russia has been pretty clear about what they’ll accept, though. No further NATO expansion on their borders and no NATO missiles on their borders.

    These are such obviously reasonable demands, in context, that lack of dialogue is very unlikely to be the problem. It’s kinda like this…’

    That’s true enough…as far as goes. At the same time, Russia’s hardly been behaving impeccably in the Eastern Ukraine, while at the same time, I’m not aware of the Ukraine displaying any willingness to discuss what is and isn’t more the Ukraine than Russia.

    It really would help if all parties would try to come up with a solution everyone will accept, rather than trying to impose the one they want.

    • Replies: @Greta Handel
  26. Avery says:
    @Rich

    {The US is using its playbook from WW2 where they goaded Japan into attacking Pearl Harbor.}

    Except that there is no comparison with Japan, “Rich”. (hat tip to poster [Chris Moore] for the quotation marks]) : Imperial Japan had invaded much of Asia — Korea, China, Philippines — murdered 100s of 1,000s, enslaved 10s of 1,000s of teenage girls as sex-slaves (Japanese euphemism “comfort women” (sic), conducted medical experiments on victims (Unit 731), and on, and on, and on…): you anti-American, anti-Christian psychopaths would LOVE it if Russia was anything like Imperial Japan, wouldn’t you, “Rich”?

    { The question is can Russia survive without access to Western markets?}

    Yes, Yes, and Yes: EU and US “sanctioned” (sic) Russia after her rescue of the kidnapped child Crimea. Not only Russia survived EU’s puny “sanctions”, but Russia’s agriculture got a boost and was revived thanks to the reptilian-brain Brussels GoloboSorosista idiots. Yeah, maybe Russia will not thrive selling to the rich EU markets, but she will survive: bet your worth -less-every-year US\$ dollar on it.

    { the Russians could probably march to Berlin pretty easily. }

    You blood-thirsty anti-American-people, anti-Christian reptilians would love that, wouldn’t you?
    Youse are sick, “Rich”.

    • Agree: mulga mumblebrain
    • Replies: @Rich
  27. @Observator

    As if 20th century weapons would be the decisive factor in 21st century combat.

    Then why does the Russian Federation Army continue to emphasize tanks? Are you saying that today’s Roosky generals have an obsolete concept of war?

  28. Rich says:
    @Chris Moore

    I’m beginning to wonder of you’re Hasbara, the way you write such idiotic nonsense, making honest anti-zionists look bad. Some of what you write is worth a laugh, but you were so far off on your initial reaction to what I wrote, I’m having a hard time imagining someone could be that dopey. I’ll bet you cash your checks in Tel Aviv, don’t you “Chris”?

    • Replies: @Chris Moore
  29. Rich says:
    @Avery

    Are you and Moishe, I mean “Chris Moore” in the same mensa chapter? Did you really not understand what I wrote? I wrote that the US, Blinken and the boys, were using the same playbook, but I guess in your kibbutz you guys don’t understand what “playbook” means or use Englush as a first language. Try rereading my comment, slowly this time, maybe out loud, and then maybe you’ll get it.

    • Replies: @Avery
  30. @Colin Wright

    Russia’s hardly been behaving impeccably in the Eastern Ukraine,

    Can you be specific?

    You seem predisposed to rationalize Uncle Sam’s objectively provocative actions and rhetoric, none of which — whatever Russia’s falling short of “behaving impeccably” — furthers the interests of the American people.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  31. Chris Moore says: • Website
    @Rich

    dumkopf… ain’t that bright… idiotic nonsense… dopey

    That’s always a ((Jewish)) giveaway. Oy! What’s wrong with you! You stupid!?!

    You ((Jews)) really do believe you’re own “Chosen” dogma, don’t you?

    • Replies: @Rich
  32. @Bill

    The Russians are sane human beings, and the Americans and their stooges are not.

  33. @Emslander

    I’d love to see them park a Nimitz class carrier in the Black Sea, but that would not be fair to the sailors therein or their families.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  34. I would have no problem with the contention that Americans in their 60s are idiots. I know them.

    I have a big problem with the contention that Americans who are younger than 60 are not idiots. I know them.

    • Replies: @Parbes
  35. Parbes says:
    @obwandiyag

    Hah hah, great comment! Bravo. 🤣

  36. Derer says:
    @Decoy

    When the American Christian heard of sheep will wake up and tangibly oppose this repeated coercion to die for a self-benefiting small warmongering clan. We need “Vietnam war protests” before it is too late. Why are warmongering clan families absent from the expanding war veterans society?

  37. Derer says:
    @Rich

    The question is can Russia survive without access to Western markets?

    Yes, they can but can Europe survive without Russian energy. There are some major European countries that prefer Russian energy over the NATO membership…expect big exodus from those (perhaps even EU) compulsory but aimless clubs serving only Washington elite.

  38. @Greta Handel

    ‘You seem predisposed to rationalize Uncle Sam’s objectively provocative actions and rhetoric, none of which — whatever Russia’s falling short of “behaving impeccably” — furthers the interests of the American people.’

    Not really. While I can understand both Russia’s point of view and that of the Ukraine, we’re just being assholes.

    However, that aside, I can’t see that any of the parties are actually seeking a resolution — that is to say, a solution all parties will at least acquiesce in, if not greet with hosannas of triumph.

    As the Japanese supposedly say, ‘don’t fix the blame, fix the problem.’ We can decide anyone is right or wrong all we like — the point is to find a solution everyone will accept. As it is, we seem to have the US seeking a diversion from the failure of its administration’s domestic policies (or doing as Israel commands), the Ukraine being encouraged to believe it can simply have everything it feels it should have, and Russia trying to resurrect the USSR.

    Well, that all can’t end happily. So…how about trying to come up with a settlement?

  39. Let’s see now, Russia warned some time ago that Americans are preparing a false flag provocation with chemical weapons in Ukraine, to be blamed on the Russians. The plausibility of this Russian accusation is reinforced by the Americans’ track record in Syria where their head-chopping “moderate terrorist” mercenaries sprung a gas attack false flag just about every other week, innocents be damned.

    Now the Americans have come out and accused the Russians of setting up a false flag attack in Ukraine to justify a Russian invasion that the Americans seem to be so keen to provoke. Seems like the perfect narrative to run cover for the American false flag which the Russians already warned us about.

    I wonder who I trust more in this situation? I wonder, I wonder, I wonder?

    And what do we call a false flag attack disguised as a false flag by the other side? That only floats if the perpetrator comes out ahead of time and publicly warns of what they are intending to do (but sneakily also publicly blames the other side ahead of the act).

    Crucially, observe the diametrically opposite consequences of these two narratives.

    In the Russian case, forewarning of an American false flag in Ukraine serves as a brake on potential hostilities by the American (and Ukrainian) side. The Russians are stating that they don’t intend to start anything, and if something bad happens, then it wasn’t them that did it.

    In the American case, the allegation of a Russian false flag, if enacted, serves to justify an American response. The Americans are saying that something bad is going to happen, and it’s the Russians that are going to do it (which was kind of the whole point of the American false flag that the Russians warned about in the first place).

    The Russian narrative seeks to prevent war, while the American narrative encourages it.

    If the Russian warning of an upcoming American false flag in Ukraine is given credence, then the subsequent American attempt to flip the narrative by accusing the Russians of the same thing is essentially the bad boy on the block doubling down to cover one lie with an even bigger one, directed toward the same outcome.

    If truth is the first casualty of war, it seems the war is already underway.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  40. Rich says:
    @Chris Moore

    I’m a good Catholic boy, Moishe, I mean “Chris”. Why do you hasbara always use the name “Chris”? And why do you try so hard? I guess you’re trying to discredit anti-zionists by coming off as a moron. Not a bad idea, I suppose, but you’re way over the top. Just reread my original comment, slowly with a dictionary nearby. You went way off the tracks on this thread. Really made yourself look dopey.

  41. @Colin Wright

    However, that aside, I can’t see that any of the parties are actually seeking a resolution — that is to say, a solution all parties will at least acquiesce in, if not greet with hosannas of triumph.

    What a ridiculous statement. As if the Satanic U.S. “government” and the corrupt puppet government in Ukraine were good faith actors in pursuit of legitimate interests.

    • Agree: Greta Handel
  42. @mulga mumblebrain

    [ahem]

    https://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/naval-arms-control-1936.htm

    – Of course the US record at keeping international treaties they didn´t impose themselves is abysmal; further, Turkey is an ally – but until they have completed the canal (that would not be covered by the convention) this limits the size of warships allowed to pass to light cruisers (the Kiew class was a point of contention) and the stay of non-riparian-owned units to 21 days, not long enough to bully.

  43. @Colin Wright

    Again, you seem predisposed to rationalize Uncle Sam’s objectively provocative actions and rhetoric.

    .. and Russia trying to resurrect the USSR.

    Should I bother again asking for specifics?

  44. Robjil says:
    @Colin Wright

    So…how about trying to come up with a settlement?

    Get the US out. The US empire always does this where ever it goes. Turkey took 30 percent of Cyprus in 1974. Crickets about that for almost 40 years. There is no fighting at the border. The US empire took Kosovo in 1999. There is no fighting at the border. Crickets about that since it is a US empire thing.

    Donbass does not want to be part of the US empire. That is their wishes. The US empire has the rest of Ukraine. Let the people of Donbass alone, simple as that.

    • Agree: Notsofast, Avery
  45. Good. Let’s go to war with Russia. Let this country be wiped off the map. All this degenerate country does is export black ghetto low IQ degeneracy anyway. It’s time to cleanse all the LOW IQ black “culcha” before they infect the world.

    • Replies: @Avery
  46. Emslander says:
    @Colin Wright

    For Democrats through the decades, war is merely an extension of their ballot box stuffing. Biden does nothing about acceding even to Russia’s minor concerns so that he can use war as a way to mail ballots to more empty ghetto apartments and have them voted by his operatives at “drop boxes”.

    Can’t you just hear Biden proclaiming that the poor and underserved are inherently more likely to die from nuclear fallout than wealthy white people?

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  47. @Decoy

    I previously thought war with Russia was at 1 in 1,000. Now it seems more like 1 in 50. The war hawk screechin

    Not vaxxing, population manipulation, drugs, dna/rna tech. Methods might vary, but the quality of goals is identical. Our big guys, be it Russia and China or the US pretty much agree.

    It is the quest for Europe that now must be decided, as in later stages the exo-earth. The ones that call themselves players do not seem to find a compartition of trophee Europe, of mine and thine between themselves. Since Western Europe is ready prey(decadence, rotten head-masters, manure middle classes, dysgenic, mutt, addicted masses ) somehow they will have to come to terms, even on the defense. The war is long on, the means and methods must now escalate. The equalizers as trade, and economics, financial hocus-pocus have no longer meaning. What is left is military guerilla tactics, and escalation. The corporate players feel forced to come to terms, to choose sides. A new world. One cannot hold on to the absurd financial agency of these last decades.

    A nice side effect if any, of the above scenario evolving, there should be ample gray zones between episcopates, that could germinate new and “entrepreneurial” alternative mafias, mercenary short term gains for some.

  48. Mulegino1 says:
    @Observator

    This false flag line mirrors the Gliewitz incident Germany was supposed to have fabricated, dressing its own men in Polish uniforms to have an excuse to attack. Oddly, Hitler did not mention the incident that allegedly provoked the incursion in his address to the nation, nor did it appear in any German newspaper at the time.

    Correct. The alleged “false flag” incident at Gleiwitz was a minor, law enforcement level incident which occurred on the night before the outbreak of the war, and was not specifically mentioned as a cause for the war.

    According to the Chief Constable of Gleiwitz:

    Towards 8 p. m. the German Broadcasting Station at Gleiwitz was attacked by a troop of Polish Insurgents and temporarily occupied. The Insurgents were driven off by German frontier police officers. One of the Insurgents was fatally injured.

    (Source: The German Foreign Ministry’s White Paper)

    “Insurgents” would mean “Irregulars”, i.e., non-uniformed partisans, not Polish Army regulars.

    Just another in the litany of lies and exaggerations regarding the origins and causes of the war.

  49. Truth = whatever JSP(Jewish Supremacist Power) feels like

    • Thanks: Maowasayali
  50. @Athena

    The ideal Imperial stooge-a raving psychopath. Everywhere on Earth where decent, intelligent, sane people exist, and have some political power or influence, the Septic Empire seeks them out for elimination, and replaces them with scum, but loyal, boot-licking, scum. Look at Austfailia for an example where the process is almost complete.

    • Replies: @Notsofast
    , @Athena
  51. @Emslander

    Talking of people ‘more’ or ‘less’ likely to die from ‘nuclear fall-out’ misses the point. Thermo-nuclear war will wipe out ALL humanity.

    • Replies: @Emslander
  52. @Ultrafart the Brave

    Imagine if some presstitute was to say, ‘The ‘intelligence’ agencies of the West lied in these cases (several hours of examples follow)-so why the feck should we believe them now?’. Of course, the only people who lie MORE than the ‘intelligence’ agencies of the West ARE the Western MSM vermin, so no hope there.

  53. S says:

    WWI starts over a Eastern European crisis…….in Serbia.
    WWII starts over a Eastern European crisis……in Poland.
    WWIII to start over a Eastern European crisis..in Ukraine?

    Its getting to be a predictable broken record with the promoters of these world wars. 🙁

    • Replies: @Emslander
  54. @Bill

    Maybe, but I’m sure Spock, with a Vulcan Mind Meld, could find a world-class psychopath behind that face.

  55. Emslander says:
    @S

    Until 1920, Eastern Europe was Central Europe. It’s the core.

    • Thanks: S
  56. Avery says:
    @Rich

    {Are you and Moishe, ….}

    Nope.
    Not even close.

    (If you care, you can go back to beginning of UNZ.com and read my posts*.)
    (I have been reading and posting since about the time unz.com was launched. )
    (Loooong before you showed up)

    I am:

    -Of Armenian ancestry. Armenian Apostolic Church Christian.
    -US citizen for many moons.
    -I have no love for the State of Israel: in fact, I have deep hatred for their psychopath leadership: for their support of genocidal Muslim Turks and so-called “Azeri” scum in their genocidal wars against Armenians in Caucasus.
    -I have no ill feelings for the ordinary Jewish Americans: have worked with many; have worked for some; have friends.
    – I despise the Neocon Jewish Americans (Wolfowitz, Pearl, Victoria Nudelman, the wicked Witch Albright, et. al. ) for getting US in endless wars in support of Eretz Israel, and/or GloboSorosa campaigns.
    – I despise Christian American Neocons (Bush the Lesser, Evil Dickhead Cheeeeney, …..) for sending America’s sons to be killed or maimed in foreign lands while they sit home and get rich, or attend banquettes and joke about death & destruction of others**. Disgusting bastards.

    Hope that cleared things up for you, “Rich”***.

    ________________________________

    * Ron has created a magnificent commenting software, whereby one can look up a poster’s entire posting history from when he/she started posting.

    *** if you are advocating for war with (Christian) Russia — which you are, in so many words — you are an enemy of ordinary (Christian) American people.
    ______________________________

    ** [George W. Bush – jokes about weapons of mass destruction .flv]

    • Replies: @Rich
  57. Avery says:
    @dindunuffins

    {Good. Let’s go to war with Russia. Let this country be wiped off the map.}

    No, let’s not.

    Both US and Russia have more+more+more than enough nukes to wipe each other out, plus the rest of the world. Once nuke missiles start flying, nobody is going to stop and say “……Wait…let talk about this….”. US and RF will launch EVRYTHING they got: what’s the point of keeping it?
    It’s the END of EVERYTHING.

    [The World’s Nuclear Weapons]
    https://www.icanw.org/nuclear_arsenals

  58. Notsofast says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    saakashvili is now advising zelensky as to what tie to chew during russian onslaught.

  59. They started WW1 on August 1, 1914 which was the Jewish holiday called Tisha B’Av aka “9/11.” They really love these numbers.

    If the bloody Jews get their way again, WW3 with Russia will start on August 5 of this year.

    But if it’s only going to be a minor war, well, they might start it as soon as March 16, which coincides with the Jewish holiday called Purim.

    Shalom Motherfuckers!

  60. Antiwar7 says:

    Here’s another false flag. Remember MH 17, that passenger jet shot down in 2014, over Ukraine? Evidence pointed to the Ukrainian side, though of course the implausible Western narrative blamed Russian proxies:
    https://consortiumnews.com/2016/09/29/the-official-and-implausible-mh-17-scenario/

    • Replies: @Athena
    , @Quartermaster
  61. Call it Jew-S than US and it all becomes clear.

    Jews are using the US as a tribal bludgeon, but Anglos are such sidekick cucks to Jews.

    New definition of Anglo: Dogs of Jews.

  62. Beattie acting as the one-man-russia. LOL.

  63. Athena says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    ”In a statement on Sunday, Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly announced she would be visiting western Ukraine this week to discuss ways to “deter” potential “aggressive actions” by Russia.”

    https://www.rt.com/news/546220-canadians-told-avoid-ukraine/

    http://www.cryptome.org

    2022-001.pdf Chemical Warfare: Many Unanswered Questions, January 1, 2022 (140 pages, 11MB)

    ”What is the US doctrine on chemical warfare?”

    ”What are the different ways of deterring chemical warfare?”

    ”What is a credible deterrence capability”
    (Lennon’s and Kissinger’s definition of ”deterrence”)

    ”The posture for chemical warfare deterrence that the United States adopts has profound military and diplomatic consequences for not only the United States but also Europe. In most chenical warfare sacenarios, conflict occurs on a Europeam battlefield ground, where those most likely to suffer if deterrence fails are NATO’s troops and European civilians.”

    ”ON TARGET: CANADA BEARS A SHARE OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR UKRAINE’S COMIC-OPERA HIJINKS”

    http://espritdecorps.ca/on-target-4/on-target-canada-bears-a-share-of-responsibility-for-ukraines-comic-opera-hijinks?rq=georgia

    ”Canada has played a role in the Ukraine crisis from the outset when Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird marched arm in arm with protestors in Maidan Square. Since February 2014, we have sunk millions of dollars into not only initiatives aimed at democratic reforms, but also military training of the Ukraine military forces used to prop up this Kiev regime.

    At present, Liberal Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland, herself being of Ukrainian descent, continues to offer Canada’s 100 per cent carte blanche support to the government of Ukraine.

    While Freeland purports to support the people of Ukraine, it must be noted that Poroshenko presently has just a two per cent approval rating; allowing for a margin of error, this equates to zero. Then there is Saakashvili, who is presenting himself as his adopted country’s anti-corruption saviour, while unable to return to his own country where he is himself wanted for corruption.

    And somehow this is all Russian President Putin’s fault?”

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  64. Athena says:
    @Antiwar7

    Measures for ensuring the aviation safety Sevtelekom and Ukrtelekom (were they followed in the case of international civil flights?)

    ITU-SG PP Information Document 13

    Objectives and supporting information on Ukraine’s proposal UKR/84/1 (document 84 rev.1) on Draft New Resolution [UKR-1] “Assistance and support to Ukraine for guaranteeing the use of frequency and numbering resources in the territories of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol”

    4 november, 2014

    https://www.itu.int/md/S14-PP-INF-0013

    ”Measures for ensuring the aviation safety”

    ”The ITU is encouraged to take action to prevent the cases, when the Russian federation

    – uses radio frequency spectrum to provide air traffic services within airspace of the Simferopol flight information region (FIR) which is under the responsibility of Ukraine as officially confirmed by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA),

    – uses within airspace of the Simferopol FIR the frequency 121 MHz which is the aeronautical emergency frequency in the band 117.975-137 MHz in accordance with footnote 5.200 of the Table of Frequency Allocation in Article 5 of the Radio Regulations,

    – uses without authority the operational radio frequencies of Odessa and Dnipropetrovsk ACCs of Ukraine.”

    ”The above cases were officially reported to the ICAO by the Ukrainian State Air Traffic Service Enterprise (UkSATSE) of the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine. The ICAO and EASA drew attention of the states concerned and aviation communities to the possible existence of serious risks to the safety of international civil flights due to unsafe situation where more than one air traffic service provider might be controlling flights within the same airspace from 3 April 2014, 0600 UTC onwards.”

  65. Rich says:
    @Avery

    Reread the original post, Einstein. Nowhere in that post did I advocate war with anyone. I’m not familiar with your previous posts, your boy “Chris Moore” has to be hasbara trying to discredit honest anti-zionists because no one can be that stupid. I grew up next door to a family of Armenians who were good people, so I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt. Just reread the original post. Then come to your senses.

  66. @Athena

    Canada and Australia are the most farcical of the western powers. They would do better to mind their own business and stay out of geopolitics. It’s as if they have an inferiority complex compared to the nuclear three (US, UK, France) – so if you can’t have Polaris submarines the next best thing is nuclear powered submarines even though your best friendly neighbour NZ won’t let you park them there. They are joke countries with an identity crisis. Remember when Ozz wanted to be an Asian country until quite recently and is now swinging the other way with AUKUS and antagonising the biggest and strongest Asian nation, China. And even if you’re not a permanent member of the UN Security Council you still try to meddle in conflict zones as if you were. So what’s Canada going to do? Arm the Azov battalion?

  67. Meanwhile actual and perfectly real Nazi flags fly over Ukranazi trenches in Donbass, and they’re as invisible to western propagandist media as the jihadi headchoppers in Syria were before 2014.

  68. @Antiwar7

    all of the evidence pointed to a Russian shoot down. The pellets in the missile were not used in the models of the Buk missile possessed by the Ukrainians as they were used in newer models. The missile also rose from Russian controlled territory. Only Russian shills try to put it at the Ukrainian’s feet.

    • Replies: @Antiwar7
  69. References to Bandera and others of that era is nothing but idiocy. It is simply a deflection. Even if it were true that Ukraine is a Nazi state, it would make no difference whatever. They have the right to self determination and to be left alone by the little rodent in the Kremlin.

    The only reason Putin is beside himself is that he wants Ukraine back under Moscow’s thumb. He’s playing the same game the Communists previously played with complaints about their security. If Putin doesn’t want Ukraine in NATO, then the best move is to quit threatening Ukraine and get his troops out of all of Ukraine, including Crimea and the Donbas.

    The public is obviously a bunch of drooling retards, so there is no chance of them thinking about anything.

    That’s a very good self description by the author.

    • Replies: @Antiwar7
  70. Pancho says:

    If Americans are accusing Russia of preparing a false flag operation they must be right, because the U.S. government is the world’s expert in false flags. Remember the Maine, the Lusitania, Pearl Harbor, 9/11, just to mention a few.

  71. Antiwar7 says:
    @Quartermaster

    “All of the evidence”? You obviously didn’t read the Consortium News article I linked, or any of its links. In particular, there’s this:

    A finding from the Dutch intelligence service, MIVD, released last October, said the only high-powered anti-aircraft missile systems in eastern Ukraine at that time, capable of bringing down MH-17 at 33,000 feet and killing all 298 people onboard, belonged to the Ukrainian military, not the rebels.

    https://consortiumnews.com/2016/09/28/troubling-gaps-in-the-new-mh-17-report/

    That certainly seems like evidence to me. And there’s more of it, for anyone who bothers to read.

  72. Antiwar7 says:
    @Quartermaster

    They have the right to self determination and to be left alone by the little rodent in the Kremlin.

    “They”? Ukraine is clearly a culturally divided country. What right do we have to pay one half to wipe out the other half?

    Also, using words like “little rodent” exposes the vacuity of your statements.

  73. Athena says:

    ”Russia has made it very clear it has no intention of invading Ukraine – but if the hardcore right-wing nationalists in Ukraine decide they want to attack the Donbass. Russia has said that it would respond.”

    ”And then the response would be from NATO not military intervention, but disconnecting Russia from the SWIFT system, which they call the nuclear option.”

    ”Which is actually quite interesting, because it would be basically dropping a nuke on the US-controlled financial system, and would be the final straw that would officially decouple Russia and China from the US-controlled financial system.”

    Excerpts from : What Is Causing So Much Inflation?
    https://www.unz.com/mhudson/what-is-causing-so-much-inflation

  74. Decoy says:
    @Bill

    I took a 2nd look …..and you nailed it. Jake Sullivan could go right into a science fiction movie without makeup. Putin , Lavrov, and the other Russian and Chinese counterparts have to be startled upon first seeing Biden, Harris, Sullivan and Blinken in the flesh. Even the former KGB guy probably has a hard time suppressing a smile.

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