Another lesson of NWO: Russia needs new military alliances

Among the many conclusions that the Russian leadership should draw from the course of the special military operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine, one of the main ones, no doubt, is the not very pleasant fact that among the various countries with which Moscow seems to have "partner" and even "friendly" relations, there is in fact not a single one that could pass for a military ally of Russia. Alas, the past six months have shown extremely convincingly that even those states with which it is connected by relevant agreements, to put it mildly, are not at all eager to be “in the same trench” with the Russian army.

Moreover, the consumer approach to these same agreements, shown by those who are too accustomed to “in case of emergency” to hide behind the “broad back” of Moscow, does not change at all. Moreover, the example of the same Kazakhstan convinces that its provision of effective and timely assistance to someone may well turn against Russian interests. All this forces us to "put an edge" on the clearly urgent need to revise the state policy in this direction as such.

UEC "without B" ...

The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) could be considered the only structure with the participation of Russia, more or less pulling (or rather, pulling until recently) for the title of "military bloc", albeit with a certain stretch. Let me remind you that this includes, in addition to our country, Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan with Tajikistan. The NWO in Ukraine has been going on for more than six months now - and what do we see? Where, if not participation in it, then at least explicit foreign policy support from at least one of the listed states? They are not from the word "absolutely". The only exception is Belarus. Although…

And with regard to Minsk, there are a number of very serious questions about its involvement in events that concern it in the most direct way. I will not go into details, since they require a completely separate discussion, I will focus on only two points. Firstly, as Alexander Lukashenko himself admitted, it was on Ukrainian territory that the militants for the White Maidan were trained. Now, those who are determined to take power in the country in no way by peaceful means are gaining real combat experience there. Today the Russian army is fighting this audience. Secondly, in Kyiv there have been more than once calls for inflicting either “preventive strikes” or “retribution strikes” on Belarus. And it is far from a fact that they will remain empty rhetoric. If appropriate commands are given from Washington, the same "Haymars" will hit, if not on Minsk, then on the border towns and villages. Moreover, boastful promises to “roll out the Belarusian army in three days” and take the local capital “from a raid” by the Ukronazis, that the “zmagars” who have now ripened with them, have also been given more than once. Dad, really, it would be worth thinking about it, but ...

On the other hand, things are even worse with all other members of the CSTO. And perhaps worst of all - with Kazakhstan, where in January of this year, a little over a month before the start of the NMD, the collective forces of the Organization were used for the first time - to restore order, save the country from bloody chaos and plunge into the abyss of a real civil war . The operation to pacify and restore constitutional order was carried out with lightning speed and, without exaggeration, brilliantly. However, to call what the current president of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev, who found himself in his high post solely thanks to the timely and competent actions of the CSTO partners (Russia in the first place), repaid for all this, simply black ingratitude, would mean greatly underestimating the depth of what he did betrayal. What is worth one demarche of this figure during the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, when he spoke in an extremely harsh form about the “unacceptability” of recognition by Kazakhstan of the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics! Russophobia in this country, which under Nazarbayev wore mostly “soft” and “creeping” forms, reached a completely new level and intensified at times. Astana is rapidly continuing its rapprochement with the West, and above all with Great Britain, which is Russia's worst enemy. And, by the way, military cooperation (the same joint exercises) with NATO countries is also developing at a faster pace there. It got to the point that Kazakhstan was literally caught by the hand in the supply of weapons to the Kyiv regime, during which it was ready to provide the Ukronazis with everything, including combat aircraft. That's the "allies"! With such enemies, definitely not necessary.

Are we not looking there?

Another example (albeit from a slightly different “opera”) is the behavior of Armenia, which not so long ago was saved from complete military defeat and a state-level catastrophe only by Moscow’s intervention in its next conflict with Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh. I’ll risk getting into a mess, but I’ll say that for all the time the SVO has not heard or read about a single case of the arrival of Armenian volunteer detachments at the forefront or the transfer of aid by Yerevan for the Russian army, or at least the inhabitants of Donbass. At least in some form and the smallest volumes. I repeat, perhaps I don’t know something - but, rather, there was simply nothing like it. At the same time, as soon as hostilities broke out again on the line of contact in Karabakh, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan immediately rushed for help to an address he knew well. At the same time, he appealed to the 4th article of the Treaty, which the Russian side had to fulfill "in order to restore the country's territorial integrity and ensure the withdrawal of the Azerbaijani military from Armenia." Let me remind you the content of this article:

If one of the participating states is subjected to aggression by any state or group of states, then this will be considered as aggression against all states-participants of this Treaty.

In fact, the provocation of the Azerbaijani military, obviously started and carried out at the direct suggestion of our "sworn friends" from the West, was aimed at drawing Moscow into a new military conflict - to divert forces and resources from the NVO theater. According to some estimates, the calculation was also made on the disruption of the Samarkand summit of the SCO, which causes an acute attack of extreme irritation in the “collective West.

One way or another, it was not possible to implement this plan (at least so far) - only CSTO military observers were sent to the conflict zone, and the hostilities were stopped. However, this is likely not the end of the story. Someone is trying very hard to ignite a military conflict between Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan - and, apparently, the beneficiaries there are the same as the aggravation in Nagorno-Karabakh. Russia is being stubbornly dragged into local conflicts, in which it seems to be obligated to intervene under the terms of the Treaty, which, as practice shows, works exclusively in one direction. So does our country need it at all? Let's be objective - Moscow "missed" the situation in the vast majority of the states of the so-called post-Soviet space, allowing them to be completely "filtered" by agents of the West, and at absolutely all levels, from the "top" to the "bottom", and in all areas - from ideological to " power structures. Moreover, what is much more important and unpleasant, our geopolitical enemies managed to get hold of the most powerful economic positions. And they certainly do not intend to lose them under any circumstances. The same Kazakhstan is the best proof of this thesis. In Belarus, the situation was saved literally at the last minute. And then there are no guarantees that Alexander Grigoryevich will not present Moscow with a couple more “surprises”. However, in any case, it is time, perhaps, to admit that Moscow is hardly worth looking for real allies among the former “fraternal republics”. Especially - in the military sphere, considering, by the way, the moment that their armies and the capabilities of the military-industrial complex are completely incomparable with the Russian ones.

So what to do? Try to console yourself with the thought that we won the Great Patriotic War without any “unions” there? Well, not to be considered in all seriousness as such the "Anti-Hitler coalition", into which at the end of the war yesterday's satellites of the Third Reich and other, sorry, hangers-on like France rushed together? It sounds proud, but we should not forget that the Soviet Union waged that war, and not only Russia. The events of the North Military District, unfortunately, demonstrate to us how significant outside support can be provided to a fighting army and country. Without it, Kyiv would almost certainly have capitulated a few months ago. Weapons and mercenaries from the West allow him to snarl for the time being - and, we admit, sometimes quite effectively.

Or maybe we're just looking in the wrong place? Or have you been looking for all the past years? Who was one of the first to recognize the DNR and LNR? Who announced their readiness to send one hundred thousand of their fighters to the front line of the NWO? That's right, North Korea. Who declared complete disregard for American sanctions and complete readiness, contrary to them, to supply the Russian army with those types of weapons and equipment that it urgently needs, primarily strike UAVs? Iran. It is with such countries that are already proven fighters of the "anti-Western front" that it is worth concluding full-fledged military alliances. With those who are ready not only to take, but also to give, who are not afraid to get into a fight and do not look back at the "world community". Alas, the same cannot yet be said about the state, blocking with which could bring Moscow almost the greatest benefit, that is, about China. Beijing is being cautious and trying not to spoil relations with the West to the last possible opportunity. Economic interests, however... Although, perhaps, the recently becoming more aggressive and assertive anti-Chinese actions of the United States and the "Taiwan issue", which is unlikely to be delayed further, will force Comrade Xi to change course. In any case, Russia needs as allies states that are clearly aware that they will most likely have to confront the entire “collective West”, including by force of arms, and are really ready for this. From others there will be no sense and no use.
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  1. zzdimk Offline zzdimk
    zzdimk 19 September 2022 09: 34
    Iran, North Korea, Venezuela, Serbia... Cuba?
    China?! They will be strange allies.
    Russia inherited Dagestan from Iran, more than one war started because of Serbia, Cuba ... an ambiguous impression. North Korea - so these themselves are boiled in their own saucepan. China ... oh, how many non-standard inconsistencies on the map and in politics.
    Aria of a fried rooster that pecks itself in the ass in order to at least do something before the thunder, which will make you do it later, exhale and cross yourself.
  2. Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 19 September 2022 10: 17
    As usual.
    Then "we'll throw our hats, because there the fat is over"
    That endless explanations and poignant search for "allies"

    And even the Old Man, who "on Ukrainian territory prepared militants for the" Belomaidan "", etc. in order to properly stand on the benches in white socks, is in no hurry to fit in with a neighbor who has been deliberately pissed off by the non-recognition of the LDNR for 8 years ...

    And previously promoted volunteers - blacks / Syrians / partisans, and nothing is heard at all ...
    Need new allies? After these disappeared blacks with machine guns?

    The answer has been found recently. Instead of children of the elite "in the role of political officers", ZEKA go to the front line (directly on the famous "Icebreaker" of Suvorov)
    And as in the posters of the USSR about imperialism ....
  3. Benjamin Offline Benjamin
    Benjamin (Benjamin) 19 September 2022 10: 21
    they have no friends, where are they from?
  4. Colonel Kudasov Offline Colonel Kudasov
    Colonel Kudasov (Leopold) 19 September 2022 10: 36
    Russia has only two allies, its Army and Navy.

    (Alexander III)

    Enduring Truth
  5. Seamaster Offline Seamaster
    Seamaster (Yuri Kiselev) 19 September 2022 10: 42
    NATO does not accept countries that have territorial disputes with their neighbors. The CSTO hired petty riffraff, ALL OF WHICH will weld with neighbors because of pastures in the mountains or hemp plots on the outskirts of the village. What were you thinking about? And why not accept the Hutus and Tutsis as well?
    And in general - why the hell are such weak, lazy and scandalous allies? What can be taken from THEM, except for analyses? Yes, and those tests will be bad.
    Py.Sy. There, in the mountains, our allies again grappled. Will we send Russian contingents to fight for both sides? As in due time to Somalia and Ethiopia?
    1. boriz Offline boriz
      boriz (boriz) 19 September 2022 15: 09
      NATO does not accept countries that have territorial disputes with their neighbors.

      Estonia has not yet ratified the law on the border with Russia. Although I signed. But NATO accepted it. Poland and Romania have claims to Ukraine. Romania is trying to swallow Moldova.
      Turkey's claims to Greece on the islands and shelf zones reach the confrontation of military fleets with the support of third NATO countries. Turkey has long chopped off half of Cyprus, is conducting illegal aggression against Syria.
      Enough for now. It is important to create a structure, write rules and, within the framework of these rules, gradually build ... not allies, no, future subordinates. This will happen gradually, as the influence of the West weakens. If necessary, change the leadership of subordinates.
      And Hutus and Tutsis will also be accepted. laughing Relations with Rwanda are getting closer, the country is useful, and France is on its way out.
      Py.Sy. The conflict in the mountains that you mentioned is clearly provoked and supported by Turkey and implicitly by the UK. NATO members.
  6. Stigh Offline Stigh
    Stigh (Yuri) 19 September 2022 11: 13
    No one has any voluntary allies. All alliances can be held not on a carrot, but only on a stick. Gingerbread is always eaten on a blue eye - without any gratitude. And the whip has to be taken into account. America does just that. According to the principle of hegemon-vassal. We could do it too, there's a lot of leverage. For example, simply tell our Asian kings: either they are in line with Russian policy in all respects, or all of their guest workers immediately go home. Incl. and those that have already managed to get a Russian passport. And all these leaders will immediately become goodies. After that, Kazakhstan will be surrounded by our allies, and it will have no choice. Lukushenka, if desired, is even easier to press to the nail - purely economically. But nothing is being done. The problem is not negligent "allies", but the unwillingness of the Kremlin to put pressure on them. Why is a separate issue.
    1. Colonel Kudasov Offline Colonel Kudasov
      Colonel Kudasov (Leopold) 19 September 2022 11: 40
      Without gasters, the Russian industry will simply become. Take a look at ANY construction site in Russia
      1. Stigh Offline Stigh
        Stigh (Yuri) 19 September 2022 14: 17
        We don't need these crazy builds. And so traffic jams and crowds. A free housing stock and no construction projects in bulk. In Vorkuta, for example, the whole district stands empty. But it is not important. Of course, the gasters will remain, because their kings will certainly become accommodating towards the Russian Federation. Otherwise, these same gasters, expelled from here, will make barbecue out of them
  7. Alexey Davydov Offline Alexey Davydov
    Alexey Davydov (Alexey) 19 September 2022 11: 22
    Another lesson of NWO: Russia needs new military alliances

    Unions in what? In a tatral confrontation (on our part) with our permanent economic "partners"? In a fratricidal war with the former fraternal people? What does Russia need in general from imaginary allies, if it does not actually want to take an independent geopolitical position, but only portrays it "for internal use"? Who will play along with Russia in this performance?
    Deliveries to "partners" are in full swing, with the exception of those that should be curtailed according to the scenario of the Americans, playing off the European Union and Russia. Russia is used by them as a match and fuel to start a great fire in Europe. A fire, which, according to their plans, should destroy Russia, and give them many other "bonuses"
    1. Alexey Davydov Offline Alexey Davydov
      Alexey Davydov (Alexey) 19 September 2022 21: 07
      Here is an excerpt from an interesting article:

      ... the other day, the Swedish correspondents of Nya Dagbladen published a secret memorandum of strategists associated with the Pentagon RAND Corporation, dated January 2022. This three-page document outlines in black and white the American plan to completely destroy the economy of Europe with the help of Ukraine and the “Russian attack”, in which Germany and the government of Olaf Scholz played an important role.
      The article talks about the plans for the economic destruction of Europe by the Americans, however, the events taking place around Russia indicate that this is only part of the picture, open to the view of the relevant narrow specialists. The base in Ramstein has been turned by the Americans into an instrument of military (so far passive) subjugation of Europe to their plans, and the deepening of this process is in full swing: article in Politico: as-wests-stockpiles-dwindle//
      Here is the military part of the plan to enslave Europe, in which the Americans will no longer do without a real big war. Probably not going to get by
  8. boriz Offline boriz
    boriz (boriz) 19 September 2022 12: 03
    Equal unions do not exist. What appears to be an equal alliance is usually a temporary collusion based on a situational community of interests. When one of the parties loses interest, this "alliance" is destroyed without any doubt under any pretext.
    Long-term "alliances" are with the superpowers. But this is the subordination of a group of vassals to a superpower. This is the "alliance" of NATO.
    Now the US is losing ground. What about others? China, where are the allies? And in India?
    The SCO meeting is the next stage in the formation of new military-economic zones. The well-known photograph of the Putin/Xi/Modi triple handshake means that the meeting agreed on the basic rules of interaction in the new multipolar world and on the boundaries of the zones. This is not a union either. They are future competitors. But we agreed on the rules of relations, and not lawlessness, as it was in relations with the United States.
    By the way, in Russia the formation of the zone is more successful than in China and India. China and India in themselves are almost self-sufficient zones, but their future allies / subordinates are somehow not visible. Except the Solomon Islands off China.
    In Russia, the situation is noticeably better. A striking example is KSA. In the late 1980s, the Saudis contributed to the collapse of the USSR, but the past has taught them a lot. Now they defiantly troll and throw the United States.
    And each future leader must prove his ability to restore order in his future zone himself. China is not doing very well. And a forceful scenario for capturing Taiwan seems less and less likely due to some of the new factors that the NWO has exposed.
    Russia will not have equal allies. They are not needed. Gradually, a circle of close subordinates will be formed. So far, they (future subordinates) are not getting it very well. But the further, the more, the realization will come that those who did not have time to decide in time will be overboard.
    Orban quickly realized, Vučić too. Even the Czechs began to get something. But the Tribalts, Poles, Romanians, Azerbaijanis and other Bulgarians run the risk of falling under the distribution.
  9. Watching Offline Watching
    Watching (Alex) 19 September 2022 14: 17
    A post-traumatic state, Russia is still in it after the loss of the power of the USSR, as well as the loss of identity. There is no state idea, there is no ideology, not even nationalist (of course, because the country is multinational), not even Russian chauvinism (where does it come from in a poor country?). The enemies have a powerful apparatus for promoting their ideology (cultural racism, Western chauvinism) and civilization: where in the world Anglo-Saxon popular music is not heard and the films of their propaganda factories are not watched? Who does not know what cocacola, rock and roll, james bond is? And what kind of interesting cultural alternative can Russia offer the average person in return? Gas and oil...? There are no friends in politics, only common interests. Search there.
  10. viktor goblin Offline viktor goblin
    viktor goblin (viktor goblin) 19 September 2022 17: 16
    Lesson one - the tribunal does not work!
  11. usm5 Offline usm5
    usm5 (George) 19 September 2022 18: 11
    Whatever one may say, until the “Morder” is struck, in the face of the United States, Russia will not see happiness. The United States has "true allies" because they feel their economic and political dependence on this country. Russia failed to create an economically attractive potential, so the only hope is a military defeat of the enemy. The truth is, you have to stay alive. Therefore, one must understand that war is inevitable, and a relatively bloodless gain in it can be achieved only by the rapid defeat of the enemy's satellite constellation. Having lost NATO's "eyes and ears", it is unlikely that they will decide to escalate the conflict, which in the indicated scenario will certainly lead to their defeat.
  12. Yuri Bryanskiy Offline Yuri Bryanskiy
    Yuri Bryanskiy (Yuri Bryansky) 20 September 2022 06: 45
    We just need to return our territories. And then on the Russian soil of Ukraine they started and slowed down. It is necessary to return Odessa and Kharkov. But, apparently, the fuse of our rulers disappeared. Or maybe he wasn't.
  13. soloist2424 Offline soloist2424
    soloist2424 (Oleg) 20 September 2022 09: 37
    Such allies, which the author writes about, are not a common phenomenon - they are not allies, but friends. But this is a double-edged sword - after all, not only a friend helps you in difficult times, you also have to help him, even if he got into an adventure. Let's remember Russia's allies, like Bulgaria, because of which Russia waged the Balkan wars. Much benefit from it? The same allies that Russia has now are quite useful. China, India are buying Russian hydrocarbons, Iran is supplying drones. By the way, I think that Syria is a good Russian ally - it did not change even in the difficult 90s. And he announced his readiness to send soldiers to the NVO. Another question is whether Syrian soldiers are needed in Ukraine. But it is up to the General Staff to decide.
  14. kriten Offline kriten
    kriten (Vladimir) 21 September 2022 08: 51
    In the situation with Kazakhstan, Putin made a huge mistake: in order to please the world community (read the collective West), he withdrew troops in three days and left an agent of the US and Britain in power. He acted impulsively and thoughtlessly, which suggests that his praise as a brilliant strategist is far from always deserved. By the way, the WZO also confirms this fact, no matter how much it is praised by lured experts and political lunatics.
  15. Leonid Dymov Offline Leonid Dymov
    Leonid Dymov (Leonid) 24 September 2022 15: 05
    Koreans are a hardworking, law-abiding population of the Russian Federation. Korea has a population surplus. We need to get closer to North Korea, which is also striving for this. And for the CSTO countries, only a whip is needed, otherwise this association is meaningless.