Today Hal Turner reported that he had received “intel” from “Brussels” from an informant. 

He says: “The following Intelligence came in from . . . ahem . . . Brussels, Belgium this morning. It outlines what the Ukraine Counter-offensive will consist of — and it is literally huge’

Here is the essence of what he reported. 

  • The reason why there has not been a spring counteroffensive by the Ukrainian is the weather – there is too much mud in Ukraine still to blitz attack the Russian positions.

In this regard let’s hope climate change comes to the rescue and the entire summer will be wet,

  • The “report says” that Ukraine has around 60.000 – 80.000 REAL frontline troops VS 350.000 Russian troops

Quite where these real troops will come from is anybody’s guess. NATO troops disguised as Ukrainian??

  • The “report”says Ukraine/NATO will use around 5000 drones in swarms – 50% suicide drones already programmed for specific targets and  50 % will be targeting drones, seek & destroy drones to attack soldiers in trenchesThe report talks of long-range missile attacks at the same time,, including on Russian airbases so the Russians are unable to  react to defend the attacks, along with fake attacks to mislead the Russians. This would make way for russian airbases ,
  • This is supposed to make way for fast mobile tanks, fast driving equipment to secure towns and villages, and protect the streets and surroundings for other troops and logistics to get in
  • The US, NATO will be on DEFCON 1, because nobody knows how Russia will react
  • The fifth wave , if capitulation and diplomatic negotiations worked, will give Russia the possibility to retreat all of its remaining troops back to Russia and Ukraine will release all Russian prisoners ( they will be in the 10’s of thousands) and transport them all back to Russia.
  • The alternative is ARMAGEDDON: If Russia decides to react in total violence and decides to use tactical nuclear weapons. Then the US, NATO will send more then 500 planes to annihilate all the remaining Russian army. NATO planes will be on standby from the beginning of the assault and on the highest alert ever and can all take off within 4 minutes...


All of this, if it is not a bit of disinformation thrown Hal Turner’s way is that it is the wet dream of warmonger psychopaths sitting in Brussels HQ. However, the usual commentariat (the Duran, Scott Ritter and others) fail to even acknowledge what they are saying on RUSSIA–1.

Vladimir Soloviev is an influential Kremlin insider who is in-the-know.

This is what Russian TV are saying according to Serbian media . I have to conclude that if the above people are your only point of reference you MAY be in for some unpleasant surprises if the warmongers even launch a part of their plans.  You need to look at all sides and ultimately pray like you’ve never prayed, to God.

Russian presenter: If we lose, we will take everything with us. Who needs a world without Russia? – The world

Russian presenter: If we lose, we will take everything with us. Who needs a world without Russia? – The world

Vladimir Solovyov, Putin’s propagandist, threatened severe consequences in the event of Russia’s defeat in Ukraine in his show on Russian state television Russia 1. Journalist Julia Davis published a clip from his show, in which film director and screenwriter Karen Shahnazarov was a guest, writes Newsweek.

Shahnazarov questioned whether Russian citizens fully understood the “gravity of the threat” posed by the outcome of the war and that the conflict was “much more complex and dangerous” than World War II. He emphasized that modern Russian society is not at all similar to the one that existed in 1941 when Nazi Germany attacked the Soviet Union.

“War is fateful for us”

According to him, today’s Russians grew up consuming American culture. He believes that there are internal divisions in the country and a lack of younger people, which means that older citizens are serving on the front lines in Ukraine.

“War is fateful for us. Our political elites must understand this. We need to start recognizing that this is not just a special military operation but a war. “If we lose this war, we will disappear like some Indian tribes,” he said.

He suggested that the defeat of Moscow’s forces in Ukraine would lead to books being written about “how Russia lost itself and Eurasia”. “If we lose, we will take the whole world with us,” Solovyov added, noting that he hoped Ukrainians were aware of the potential consequences of a Russian defeat.

Let me remind you what the Commander-in-Chief said – ‘who needs the world if Russia is not in it?’” he continued, quoting President Vladimir Putin. The presenter then said that Russia should use its nuclear weapons, lift restrictions against testing and “convincingly show what it has”.

Since the beginning of Putin’s invasion, Solovyov has repeatedly said that Russia should use its nuclear weapons capabilities to attack Western countries that support Ukraine. Last week, on his Full Contact radio show, he said that “nuclear war is inevitable,” he reports Index.

HERE is the Newsweek article

This is from the great pessimist


NATO reaches back to Cold War past with first major defense plans

By Sabine Siebold
  • NATO braces for ‘conflict that can present itself at any time’
  • Plans will require better readiness and improved logistics
  • Leaders expected to take decision at Vilnius summit in July

BRUSSELS, May 18 (Reuters) – NATO will step back to the future at its Vilnius summit in July, with leaders set to approve thousands of pages of secret military plans that will detail for the first time since the Cold War how the alliance would respond to a Russian attack.

The move signifies a fundamental shift – NATO had seen no need to draw up large-scale defence plans for decades, as it fought smaller wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and felt certain post-Soviet Russia no longer posed an existential threat.

But with Europe’s bloodiest war since 1945 raging just beyond its borders in Ukraine, the alliance is now warning that it must have all planning in place well before a conflict with a peer adversary such as Moscow might erupt.

“The fundamental difference between crisis management and collective defence is this: It is not we but our adversary who determines the timeline,” said Admiral Rob Bauer, one of NATO’s top military officials. “We have to prepare for the fact that conflict can present itself at any time.”

By outlining what it calls its regional plans, NATO will also give nations guidance on how to upgrade their forces and logistics.

“Allies will know exactly what forces and capabilities are needed, including where, what and how to deploy,” said NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg about the highly classified documents that will, as in the Cold War, assign certain troops to the defence of certain regions.

This formalises a process triggered by Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014, which prompted Western allies for the first time to deploy combat troops to the east, with Britain, Canada and Germany each taking the lead in one of the Baltic states.


But while many features resemble NATO’s military line-up before 1990, some crucial factors have changed for an alliance that has since then expanded some 1,000 km (600 miles) to the east and grown from around a dozen to 31 members.

Finland’s accession last month has alone doubled NATO’s border with Russia to some 2,500 km, forcing a more flexible approach to deployments than in the past, when Germany was seen as the main battlezone.

Also, the alliance is no longer preparing to fight a large-scale nuclear war against Moscow and its allies – most of whom are now NATO members – said Ian Hope, historian at NATO’s Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE).

“We don’t envision the type of war that the Cold War was, where allied forces … would be hit simultaneous with large-scale Warsaw Pact attacks,” he said, pointing rather to regionalised conflicts that needed to be contained by quick force deployments.

At the same time, the internet, drones, hypersonic weapons and a rapid flow of information present new challenges.

“The good news is that we talk about the transparency of the battlefield. With all the satellites, with all the intel we’re able to see a maturing crisis,” said Lieutenant General Hubert Cottereau, SHAPE’s Vice Chief of Staff. “For Ukraine, we had all the indicators quite in advance.”

This transparency is one of the reasons why NATO, contrary to the Baltic states’ demands, does not see any immediate need to ramp up troop numbers in the east.

“The more troops you are massing up on the border, it’s like having a hammer. At some point, you want to find a nail,” warned Cottereau. “If the Russians are massing troops on the border that will make us nervous, if we are massing troops on the border that will make them nervous.”


Still, it will be a huge task to drastically improve readiness. NATO agreed in 2022 to put 300,000 troops on high alert, up from 40,000 in the past.

Shortcomings in the alliance’s capacity to produce sufficient weapons and ammunition have been highlighted by the struggle to keep pace with Ukraine’s demands, and NATO must also upgrade the long-neglected logistics needed to quickly deploy troops via rail or road.

The need to finance the implementation of the regional plans is one of the reasons why Stoltenberg has called upon leaders to raise the alliance’s military spending target, another topic that will be discussed in Vilnius.

NATO officials estimate it will take a few years for the plans to be fully implemented, though they stress that the alliance can head into battle immediately if required.

“We are ready to fight tonight. You know, you are never sufficiently ready. Never,” said Cottereau. “We have to be able to fight tonight if necessary, with what we have.”


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