Scott Ritter: Russia to Score Major Victories in Donbass, Must Adapt to New NATO Game

…Russia’s objectives in this thing – and this is what Russia has said, a permanently neutral non-NATO Ukraine, linked to the strategic objectives that were outlined by Russia. I believe, on 17 December, when they provided two draft treaties, one to the United States, one to NATO, that said that Russia finds the existing situation in Europe this to be NATO and Russia unacceptable and it goes beyond simply Ukraine, beyond simply saying no to the eastward expansion of NATO. And it includes that NATO must work with Russia to redefine what European security looks like and that the new European security framework needs to include NATO’s withdrawing back to the 1990-1997 lines. Now, this is Russia’s stated objectives.

And now we have the United States Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin speaking about using this conflict to inflict a strategic defeat on Russia by inflicting so many casualties that Russia becomes weakened to the point that it can never again carry out an operation like this in Europe.

That’s a completely different objective than what the United States was saying at the beginning. And NATO is bought into that objective. So my point is, when Russia finishes phase two, they’re still going to be confronted with a hostile Ukraine that is more closely linked to NATO’s today than they were when the conflict started. And with a NATO that is not willing to roll over and accept Russia’s demands regarding a new European security framework where both sides can live in peace together, but rather which is focused on destroying Russia and Ukraine through continued nonstop combat operations. Which means that Russia better have a phase three in mind because this war isn’t over when they finish with phase two.

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Monkeypox Was a Table-Top Simulation Only Last Year

Elite media outlets around the world are on red alert over the world’s first-ever global outbreak of Monkeypox in mid-May 2022—just one year after an international biosecurity conference in Munich held a simulation of a “global pandemic involving an unusual strain of Monkeypox” beginning in mid-May 2022.

Monkeypox was first identified in 1958, but there’s never been a global Monkeypox outbreak outside of Africa until now—in the exact week of the exact month predicted by the biosecurity folks in their pandemic simulation.

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“There’s a very important psychological element involved in the narrative war over western weapons supplies to Ukraine. If it wasn’t clear already, the collective western policy is to deliberately deny all reports of their aid being struck in Ukraine. There’s a number of reasons”

There's a very important psychological element involved in the narrative war over western weapons supplies to Ukraine. If it wasn't clear already, the collective western policy is to deliberately deny all reports of their aid being struck in Ukraine. There's a number of reasons

1. By denying any reports of them being struck, despite Russia destroying multiple targets, there is a psychological element involved in deliberately playing down Russia's capabilities in order to create doubt in their own war effort, making them appear hopeless.

2. Secondly, western governments do not want to create the impression they are pouring billions upon billions of taxpayer money into weaponry that is simply being destroyed in transit. This will create domestic opposition to the war.

3. Thirdly, this feeds into the broader policy of upholding a complete media blackout on all of Ukraine's losses in terms of both manpower and equipment, again geared at giving the false impression Ukraine is winning and keeping morale high.

4. Finally, to admit that this scenario actually happens is an effective admission of defeat which will create doubt and opposition to the policy. As a result, there is a coordinated effort to simply lie to the western public and pretend it's all Russian propaganda.

Originally tweeted by Tom Fowdy (@Tom_Fowdy) on May 9, 2022.

“An enduring myth about the Soviet Union is that its economy collapsed under the burden of its military spending. This story allows America to congratulate itself on ‘winning’ the Cold War by driving it to collapse under the fiscal weight of the arms race. This is not true”

An enduring myth about the Soviet Union is that its economy collapsed under the burden of its military spending. This story allows America to congratulate itself on "winning" the Cold War by driving it to collapse under the fiscal weight of the arms race.

This is not true. (1/8)

In fact, the Soviet military industrial complex was by far the most cost effective and technologically sophisticated sector of the Soviet economy. The general academic consensus is that the Soviet Union had a comparative advantage in both military R&D and production. (2/8)

Mark Harrison, a economic historian who specializes in the Soviet Economy, wrote that nobody "saw the Soviet Union being crushed under an unbearable military burden." He furthermore deduced a counterintuitive motivation for Soviet secrecy about such matters. (3/8)

The Soviets were secretive about defense expenditures – not to hide a crushing fiscal burden, but actually to hide how cheaply they were able to make weapons! The Soviet state made a huge profit exporting weaponry, and did not wish to make known the size of the markup. (4/8)

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American scientists accused of conducting “a series of human experiments between 2019 and 2021, using patients at a psychiatric ward in Kharkov [Ukraine] as subjects”

A biolab in Ukraine has conducted unethical human experiments. #BiolabsinUkraine😱. The allegations concern a lab located in Merefa, a city in Ukraine’s #Kharkov region. The Russian military claimed that “American scientists from the lab” conducted a series of human experiments between 2019 and 2021, using patients at a psychiatric ward in Kharkov as subjects.

The research involved testing “potentially dangerous biological preparations,” the ministry claimed, without explaining what exactly was being tested.

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U.S. Department of Defense awarded a contract for ‘COVID-19 Research’ in Ukraine 3 months before Covid was known to even exist

United States Government data show that the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) awarded a contract on the 12th November 2019 to Labyrinth Global Health INC. for ‘COVID-19 Research’, at least one month before the alleged emergence of the novel coronavirus, and three months before it was officially dubbed Covid-19?

The shocking findings however, do not end there. The contract awarded in November 2019 for ‘COVID-19 Research’ was not only instructed to take place in Ukraine, it was in fact part of a much larger contract for a ‘Biological threat reduction program in Ukraine’.

Perhaps explaining why Labyrinth Global Health has been collaborating with Peter Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance, and Ernest Wolfe’s Metabiota since its formation in 2017.

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How much weaponry did the Taliban get after Biden’s corrupt and blundering withdrawal?

Thanks to the Government Accountability Office, we now have a clear picture of just how much U.S. military equipment has fallen into the hands of the Taliban, thanks to this Administration’s bungled withdrawal from Afghanistan. Let’s have a look…

Aircraft: The Taliban now ranks #26 in the world in total military aircraft, thanks to us leaving behind
208 planes and helicopters:
110 helicopters
60 transport/cargo planes
20 light attack planes
18 intelligence/surveillance planes

Vehicles: You’ve probably seen the footage of the Taliban riding around in our humvees.
We left a total of 75,898 vehicles:
42,604 tactical vehicles
22,174 humvees
8,998 medium tactical vehicles
1,005 recovery vehicles
928 mine-resistant vehicles
189 armored tanks

Weapons: Get ready for this…
599,690 of our weapons are now in the hands of the Taliban:
358,530 rifles
126,295 pistols
64,363 machine guns
25,327 grenade launchers
12,692 shotguns
9,877 RPGs
2,606 howitzers

And you can throw a couple thousand night-vision goggles, surveillance drones, and communication devices on that list as well.

Price tag: In total, it adds up to nearly $84 BILLION DOLLARS in tax-payer-funded U.S. military equipment.

Originally tweeted by Felix Sater (@felixsater) on April 12, 2022.

Dr Peter McCullough: “Beyond any shadow of a doubt the vaccines are causing large numbers of deaths. It’s unequivocal”

The asymmetric war being waged against USA targets institutions. Our covid medical response proves conclusively that our medical institutions—hospitals, schools, boards, govt agencies, individual doctors—have been completely compromised, rendered impotent, enslaved by our enemies. According to McCullough only about 500 American doctors have been telling the truth about covid and covid treatments. ABN