By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
15 June, 2021
An abbreviated new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting that President Putin arrived safely with the world watching in Geneva-Switzerland, traveled without incident to the summit location and began his first sit-down meeting with Supreme Socialist Leader Joe Biden, says the official Russian Federation stance towards this event was revealed when Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov firmly stated: “The Americans should not make a mistake thinking that through some kind of pressure or some verbal techniques they can change our principled position on well-known subjects”.
A firm stance needing to be crystal clear to the Americans, as in the hours prior to this summit beginning, socialist leader Biden went into full war mode and threatened: “I will tell you this: I’m going to make clear to President Putin that there are areas where we can cooperate, if he chooses…And if he chooses not to cooperate and acts in a way that he has in the past, relative to cybersecurity and some other activities, then we will respond…We will respond in kind”.
Is a war threat coming 24-hours after the latest NATO summit showed that enabling never-ending American dominance is the REAL reason it exists—specifically because Biden achieved his goal of expanding NATO to confront China—an expansion of NATO to confront China defense experts have branded as an “Empire Of Clowns Versus The Yellow Peril”—a threat China immediately responded to by sending a record armada of 28 warplanes towards Taiwan while warning NATO “We Won’t Sit Back!”—that was quickly followed by the USS Ronald Reagan nuclear weapons armed strike group entering the disputed South China Sea—all of which was joined by China Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian strongly advising: “The United States is sick…The G7 should feel its pulse and prescribe medicine for it”.
In knowing how truly sick the United States is, this report explains, it caused President Putin to call out socialist leader Biden’s inhumane treatment of Trump supporters involved in the 6 January protest at the US Capitol, and then directly ask Biden: “Did you order the assassination of a woman who walked into Congress?”—a troubling question needing an immediate answer after it was beyond shockingly revealed that the FBI secretly helped organize and coordinate the 6 January breeching of the US Capitol—a fact of the FBI’s secret involvement proved in multiple court filings—and sees this sickness extending to when socialist Biden began traveling to this summit by first landing at an American air base in England, where the stunning evidence shows he was greeted by actors pretending to be US soldiers, as not a single one of them had name tags, American flags, rank insignias, or anything else on their uniforms proving who they really were.
Joining these “pretend” soldiers greeting Biden, this report concludes, is the, likewise, “pretend” NATO—whom every defense expert in the world knows Russian military forces can completely annihilate and crush into oblivion in about a week—which makes it no surprise former United Nations weapons inspector and US Marine intelligence officer Scott Ritter has just released his dire open letter “Biden Wants NATO To Project The Strength It Doesn’t Have”, wherein he truthfully reveals and warns:
Biden is a veteran American politician who was part of the establishment which squandered the inheritance of wealth, prestige and power America had accumulated in the aftermath of the Second World War.
He is the living embodiment of American political hubris, where words speak louder than results.
Biden has shown no real appreciation for the state of affairs he has inherited, formulating a foreign policy premised on the mantra of “America is back” without having an appreciation of what “back” means.
His rhetoric and posturing suggest that he believes the dominance and prestige America enjoyed in 1991 can be replicated today simply by willing it to be so.
This is irresponsible fantasy, something even Biden seems to realize in the aftermath of his “Putin is a killer” comments to the US media.
The reality check that followed Biden’s impolitic chest thumping, manifested in the withdrawal of Russia’s ambassador and the snap mobilization of 100,000 Russian troops on Russia’s border with Ukraine, drove home the reality that the US and its NATO allies were not in any position to confront Russia militarily.
Moreover, more sober assessments coming out of both Europe and the US held that the rise of an expansionist China represented a greater threat to the geopolitical positioning of the transatlantic partnership than Russia.
The real purpose behind the NATO Summit was to construct a fiction capable of bolstering Biden’s posturing during his meeting with Putin.
The fact that Russia is fully aware of this reality only underscores the theatrics of the entire affair.
That, more than anything, defines the current situation between the US and Russia – theater posing as reality, to cover for weakness in order to project strength, all in an effort to avoid a conflict no one wants.
The United States is facing a perfect storm of crises of its own making.
On the domestic front, the American democratic institution is collapsing under the weight of centuries of unresolved societal inequities that threaten to divide the country into two irreconcilable factions.
In the Pacific, decades of geopolitical neglect fundamentally ceded the strategic advantage to a surging China, allowing the momentum of that country’s economic and military expansion to challenge and, in some areas, surpass what had previously been a region of uncontested American influence and control.
In Europe, the post-9/11 focus on the Middle East and South Asia left a once dominant American military posture in ruins and with it the influence 300,000 troops once forward-deployed on European soil used to bring.
Lacking an American military spine, the NATO alliance withered into virtual irrelevance, unable to meaningfully project power or mount a credible defensive deterrence.
[Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]