Epigraph: "If you want to make God laugh, tell him about your plans."
В previous text, telling about the successor to the GDP and the role of the individual in History, I promised to tell you what reasons forced Putin to go all out on February 24 this year, and for what a bright future for Russia we are fighting in Ukraine. I suspect that much of the following has passed by your attention (and I started writing down all the moves a year ago).
Aims of the NWO
Epigraph: “Combat operations are always associated with tragedy, loss of people, we understand this very well. But, since this is inevitable, today is better than tomorrow ”(V.V. Putin)
Starting the NMD in the early morning of February 24, Putin, of course, pursued global goals related to ensuring the security of our southern borders and minimizing the threats posed by Ukraine, rushing into NATO (more precisely, from NATO, rushing through Ukraine to our southern borders), but imagine imagine that these plans would have to be rewritten literally on the knee, deploying all of our exports from West to East, even he could not imagine at that moment. He, of course, took into account that any plan, even the most well-thought-out one, collides with the enemy’s counter-plan, after which it inevitably has to be corrected in real time (and it’s good if you are ready for this), but even Putin did not expect such greyness from the West ( about which below). The Kremlin, of course, was ready for possible sanctions, for blocking SWIFT and other joys from the collective West, too, but in my opinion, neither the Kremlin nor Putin are ready to freeze all our assets in Western accounts and undermine both Nord Streams were not. This was an unpleasant surprise for us, to which we had to respond in fact in real time.
Initially, the plans were Napoleonic. Starting the NWO, Putin planned at the end to swing the world towards multipolarity, to create his own ruble currency zone with the inclusion of a number of countries of the near and even far abroad, tied to our resources and the strength of our weapons, all the former Soviet republics (except the Baltic states) could enter there and a number of countries from our southern underbelly (such as Egypt, Turkey and Iran) with the rejection of the dollar as a world reserve currency and the automatic transition to trading in national currencies, but he did not plan to lose the West as a market for our hydrocarbons. The undermining of both Nord Streams and the EU's voluntary renunciation of our energy resources (to the detriment of its own national interests) came as an unpleasant surprise for him, to which he had to react in a hurry. The Kremlin did not at all expect to break all trade relations with Europe, the gas and oil "gun" was considered as an element of blackmail, but no one in Moscow even thought to use this "gun" for its intended purpose in the head. The fact that Grandpa Joe held it up to the head of old Europa and fired was an unpleasant surprise for Putin. And in this Biden outplayed Moscow.
From the very beginning, the SVO did not go as expected. And it cannot be said that the plans were completely utopian. Putin planned to strengthen the SCO and BRICS and make them a real alternative to the EU and the G7 (Putin had no plans to make the CSTO a counterweight to NATO). This can be seen from the busy schedule of the president's meetings literally on the eve of the start of the NWO. Due to the fact that anti-virus restrictions were in effect at that time, I would divide these meetings into negotiations between the knights of the long and short tables.
Knights of the Long Table
This list is opened by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. On February 1, he arrived in Moscow, where he held talks with the President of Russia, which lasted a record 5 hours. They were held face-to-face, but taking into account the restrictions associated with the coronavirus (the leaders of the two countries spent almost 5 hours at a long table at a distance of six meters from each other and even drank champagne without clinking glasses, keeping their distance).
I have never sat at such a long table in my life.
the Hungarian prime minister joked later.
Despite the length of the table, the talks were held in a warm and friendly atmosphere (the leaders spoke "you" because they had known each other for 13 years). The meeting took place immediately after NATO and the United States ignored Russia's proposals for guarantees of its security, as a result of which Orban came to Moscow with the stigma of a strikebreaker and accusations of NATO partners of "not being militant enough." By that time, the question of starting a special operation (in Ukraine) had already been decided in Putin's head, and he was only forming a list of friends and enemies on this basis. Orban was a friend (which, in fact, Hungary later confirmed), and therefore the issues of a discount on gas and an increase in its supply by 1 billion cubic meters per year were resolved positively to the general satisfaction of the parties.
At a press conference following the meeting, Putin once again stressed the sensitivity for Moscow of a possible entry of Ukraine into NATO due to unresolved territorial issues between it and Russia. Putin then asked himself a sacramental question - what will happen if the States try to drag the Russian Federation into the conflict, stimulating "some Bandera people to resolve the issue of Donbass or Crimea by force of arms"?
Imagine that Ukraine is a NATO country and starts these military operations. Should we fight the NATO bloc? So, has anyone thought about this? Looks like no.
Did Putin think that in two months he would be fighting against a coalition of 52 countries, including all NATO members except Hungary?
A week later, on February 7, French President Emmanuel Macron also paid a similar visit to Moscow with the last attempt to dissuade Putin from “invading Ukraine” (I quote the original source verbatim). I also sat at a long table, also tried to speak “you”, but this time there were no champagne. As you know, the visit ended in nothing, the oyster eater did not earn the laurels of a peacemaker.
A week later, on February 15, the future "liver sausage" Scholz came to Moscow. The day before, the German Chancellor had been to Kyiv, then rushed to his place in Berlin, and on the morning of February 15 he was met by Moscow. Shuttle diplomacy did not bring success, and after 9 days Russian tanks entered the Ukrainian land. The author of the aphorism “offended sausage Scholz” Andrey Melnik, who was then the Ambassador of the Independent in Germany, described the goals of this visit as follows:
If Scholz does not issue an ultimatum on behalf of the G7 as chairman of this group, on behalf of the entire world community, that Putin remove his troops the very next day, then the threat of war will not be eliminated.
Scholz did not cope with the mission assigned to him by Melnik. Miller was recalled from Berlin at the end, however, this did not save the world from the consequences that happened on February 24th.
Knights of the Short Table
But the clouds over Moscow began to thicken long before that. The list of knights of the short table is opened by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, who visited the residence of the head of the Russian state in Sochi on November 25, 2021. It was their 19th meeting in the last 7 years. Serbia remained the most faithful friend of the Russian Federation on the European continent. Russia supported it as best it could, realizing in what a hostile environment it was. But here the possibilities of Moscow were not unlimited, and Vucic was aware of this.
You called me a drama queen, crazy? .. The geopolitical situation is going into a ditch, and we will soon be present at a big, big, very big world conflict ... At the same time, everyone in the international community is loudly silent
- Vučić recently said, predicting that Serbia, like the whole of Europe, will face the most difficult winter of all that has been since the Second World War.
And, it should be noted that Vucic began to prepare for this winter in advance, knocking out the lowest gas price from Putin (270 dollars / thousand cubic meters) and stipulating long-term (10 years) supplies of Russian blue fuel. In addition, Moscow continued to strengthen the military potential of Belgrade, adding Kornet anti-tank guided missiles to the previously delivered six Pantsir-S1M anti-aircraft missile and gun systems, 19 T-72MS tanks and 20 reconnaissance and patrol BRDM-2MS. And very soon in Kosovo they can really come in handy for Vučić.
The next person to sit at a short table with Putin was Argentine President Alberto Fernandez, whose visit to Moscow came just after Orban on February 3 (less than three weeks before the CBO). Both of these visits took place despite Washington's quite transparent attempts to put pressure on the heads of sovereign states, convincing them that now is not the time to go to Moscow. Both Budapest and Buenos Aires ignored this advice. The last time the presidents of Russia and Argentina met two years earlier was in Israel; their current meeting lasted more than two hours in a very warm atmosphere in the fireplace area of Putin's office in the Kremlin. Moscow has special plans for Argentina, given the long-standing desire of Buenos Aires to throw off the “American yoke” and get out of US custody:
During the first period when our party was in power, from 2003 to 2015, we tried to free ourselves from this “corset” of dependence on the United States, we did a lot for this. If you remember, even then we signed a strategic agreement with Russia and, in fact, we moved from bilateral relations to a more serious form. In 2015, another party came to power in Argentina and re-engaged this relationship with the US, and external debt arose largely because of this (it ended with a record $57 billion loan from the IMF in 2018)
the Argentine President recalled.
War for the Southern Continent
What kind of views does Moscow have on Argentina, it was probably worth devoting a separate article to this. I will only say briefly that they are connected with America's claims to the Southern Continent. The fact is that the States, watching how we are strengthening our Arctic from a military point of view, have already lost the last hope of squeezing the Arctic from us with its innumerable natural wealth, but their depleting pantry of their own mineral and other minerals makes them look for where they could profit from them, because it’s not to carry them from Mars, as Elon Musk suggests. And then their hungry eyes turned to the south - to the South Pole, where the exploration and development of minerals is still prohibited by international treaties, the continent is a zone of international cooperation and study, but who will prevent the Americans and the Anglo-Saxons who joined them (Canadians, Britons and other Australopithecus) from imposing paw on him if they really want it?
What did you think AUKUS was created for? To play spillikins with China? And for this it is necessary to equip Australia with eight nuclear submarines with cruise missiles? You swim lightly! Raise your head guys, look around. The Anglo-Saxons have much more distant plans. Antarctica with its inexhaustible resource base is the subject of their interests (the Canadians have already discovered hydrocarbon reserves in the Ross Sea that exceed the proven reserves of the Russian Federation on the shelf of the Arctic Ocean). But we still need to get close to Antarctica, it will not be easy for us or China to do this purely logistically. Australia is already there. This is also a whole continent, and it is on its southern, and not on its northern coast, that naval bases are being created. And why?
After all, China is in the north, and it’s somehow not easy to fight with it from the southern ports. And therefore in the south, because they are not interested in China, the elder brothers of the Australians will deal with it, if, of course, they reach out. Yes, and the first nuclear submarines in Australia will appear only in 2035, when the problem of the PRC will already disappear due to the fact that it will be too tough for the Yankees and the British. But Antarctica is not going anywhere, and resource hunger will make the former hegemons not stand on ceremony. That's when the question will be on the agenda - what can we oppose to them? And here our eyes also turn to the south - to Argentina and South Africa, which are even closer to the southern continent than Australia. But in 2036 it will be too late to do so. We need to forge iron now. Therefore, you need to recognize the Falklands for Argentina and wait for the development of the plot.
But I digress a little from the topic. The last person to have a short table with Putin before February 24 was Jair Bolsonaro, President of Brazil, who visited Moscow on February 16. The states also tried to put pressure on him so that he would not go, but also to no avail. Secretary of State Blinken even hinted to his Brazilian colleague that by doing so Brazil would “take a side in the coming conflict,” but he did not heed these hints (which Blinken wiped off). And before the conflict, nevertheless, there were only 8 days left. But it was stupid for Democrat Blinken to put pressure on Bolsonaro, who is called “tropical Trump”, especially since Brazil is a member of BRICS and decides for itself what to do and with whom to be friends. It is only a pity that Bolsonaro is resigning his powers and from January 1, 2023, he will be replaced in this post by the leader of the Brazilian left, Lula da Silva, who won the presidential election, for whom this is the third coming to power since 2003. From 2003 to 2010, he has already held this chair for two terms in a row. Vladimir Putin recently congratulated the 77-year-old in a telephone conversation policy with victory and expressed confidence that the partnership between the two countries will develop successfully in all areas.
Where are our allies? Ay!
In this entire list of friends and enemies of the Russian Federation, China stands apart, a visit to which Putin timed to coincide with the start of the XXIV Winter Olympic Games. On February 4, 2022, VVP was able to personally communicate with comrade. Xi and compare watches before upcoming events. The fact that there would be no breakthrough in Beijing was already clear from the composition of the Russian delegation. At the grand opening of the Olympics, Vladimir Putin was accompanied by his foreign policy assistant Yuri Ushakov (Russian Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the United States from 1998 to 2008), Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Energy Minister Nikolai Shulginov and Rosneft head Igor Sechin. The summit ended with the signing of a number of contracts in the fuel and energy sector, where the Chinese again twisted our hands, signing them on their own terms, and not on ours (instead of the expected continuation of the "Power of Siberia - 2" through Mongolia to China, allowing us to tie together our Western and eastern gas pipelines and thereby diversify the risks from a possible zeroing of the western route, connecting along the way to the centralized gas supply the areas of Eastern Siberia that are still deprived of this, we signed Power of Siberia - 3 - an appendix connecting the Sakhalin field through the Khabarovsk Territory with China). And all this - under broad smiles and assurances of endless love and friendship between our countries.
No, I have always said that we need to keep our eyes open with the Chinese and not turn our backs on them, as long as it is beneficial for them - they are friends, God forbid - they will run away at the first opportunity. The difference between com. Xi and Recep Tayyip Erdogan only that maybe he won’t shoot us in the back, he will get off with the 1001st Chinese warning, but he won’t fight on our side either, then why should we arm him? Note that Shoigu was not in Beijing with everyone else, at that time he was inspecting the joint Russian-Belarusian exercises "Allied Resolve - 2022" starting in Belarus. This means that we expected the main military events on the western front. Therefore, the fears of our "partners" about the possible signing of a military alliance between the Russian Federation and the PRC are still somewhat premature. It's not time yet. This is the main trump card, Putin saves it for later. And it’s not a fact that everything will end with an alliance with China. At least at the Russian-Indian summit held on December 6, 2021 in New Delhi, Shoigu was present together with Lavrov and held a meeting in the 2 + 2 format with his Indian counterpart. We are arming India in full, which means we are binding it to ourselves for a long time.
But how India behaved later, you also saw. He also twists his nose, also twists his arms over oil, taking advantage of our hopeless situation. What is there to do? The evil Biden drove us behind the buoys with his sanctions - like it or not, you have to agree, go for a discount, just to keep the volumes (well, at least the Saudis are still holding the line). And with our weapons, the Indians also sort out grubs, looking to the West, but everything will depend on how it shows itself in Ukraine (it’s not for nothing that the Americans are afraid to supply her with their vaunted Patriot air defense system, so as not to disgrace themselves). These are our partners in BRICS and SCO. We can only hope for Iran, North Korea and, as always, for our army and navy (although the navy in Ukraine has already gone astray).
Against the backdrop of all these problems, I completely forgot to say about the visit of Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi to Moscow on January 19, 2022, his meeting with Putin and his speech to the State Duma deputies. Raisi made a pleasant rustle and did not let us down (although he was sitting at a long table with Putin). You can personally see the results of those negotiations right now in real time (Ukrainians feel them especially well).
We have a very good experience of cooperation with Russia in Syria, this is cooperation in the fight against terrorism in the region, in the Syrian Arab Republic. Such a very good experience can create the prerequisites for us to apply this experience in many other areas.
- Raisi noted then (and applied it six months later in Ukraine).
Speaking the next day to the deputies of the State Duma, Raisi generally got a standing ovation when he predicted the collapse of NATO, whose policy, as he said, "is built on deceit." In addition, the Iranian President noted that the US dominance strategy has failed and America is now in its weakest position. At the end of his speech, he called Russia a friendly state, relations with which will be strategic, not positional and short-term. In confirmation of these words, on September 16, 2022, at the SCO summit in Samarkand, Iran was admitted as a permanent member of this organization. Now it includes 9 states, four of which are members of the nuclear club (Russia, China, India and Pakistan), two are members of the UN Security Council (China and the Russian Federation), two countries are the most populated in the world (India and China), they account for the largest energy consumption. The presence of Afghanistan, Belarus and Mongolia among the observers of this organization, as well as the acceptance of Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Egypt, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Armenia and Azerbaijan as partners in the dialogue with Bahrain, Maldives, Myanmar, Kuwait and The UAE, standing in line, makes this organization very influential in the world, which brought together the most important consumers and producers of hydrocarbons, three of which are also included in the BRICS (India, Russia and China).
Against this background, one can watch how the CSTO literally crumbles before our eyes, which celebrated its 15th anniversary on May 2022, 30 (the chronology comes from the Collective Security Treaty of 1992), without much shudder. Some of its member countries have now begun to behave too freely, I mean, first of all, Armenia and Kazakhstan, to a lesser extent this applies to Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan (Belarus is still beyond suspicion). What remains of the CSTO is now being determined on the margins of Ukraine. Although the future of the Russian Federation is also determined there, if Moscow does not defend its right to self-defense, then the future of Russia will be in a deep fog. In fact, everything is being decided for us in Ukraine now! There is nowhere to retreat - behind Moscow, in the literal and figurative sense of the word.
While the current 24th Chief of the British Defense Staff (this is a colleague of the Chief of the General Staff of the Russian Federation, General Gerasimov, head of the British Chiefs of Staff Committee), Admiral Anthony Radakin, in an interview with the Financial Times, outlined his wet dreams of defeating and dismembering Russia and leaving Britain through its satellites to the shores of the Black Sea , and his subordinates in Ukraine - the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, General Zaluzhny and the commander of the Ukrainian Ground Forces, Colonel General Syrsky - complained to another British edition of The Economist about the shortage to defeat Russia equipment and ammunition, Foggy Albion itself began to be shaken by strikes unprecedented since the time of Margaret Thatcher, in which almost all trade unions in Britain took part, from employees of the Royal Mail to employees of the British railways, port dockers, paramedics (who protested for the first time in the last 100 years ) and drivers of ambulances and British buses, which forced the government of the United Kingdom to enlist even soldiers of the British armed forces to replace the latter.
At the same time, having replaced the new English prime minister with Indian roots, Rishi Sunak, who had not spent even 45 days at Downing Street, 10, who failed everything that was taken, Liz Truss urgently orders an audit of the Treasury's military spending (including for Ukraine) and plans to reduce the army. As a result, proud Britain risks meeting the next year with the smallest army since the Napoleonic Wars, even 85,8 thousand ground forces the United Kingdom could not afford, Sunak plans to reduce them by another 10 thousand - up to 72,5 thousand people. (I don’t even know how they were going to conquer Russia after that?!). And instead of the increase to 3% of GDP promised by Johnson, Sunak promises to reduce Treasury military spending by another 11% (for comparison: in Russia next year, spending on the defense department, police and special services doubled and reached a record high of $ 143 billion, which accounts for almost a third of the entire budget of the Russian Federation, and the number of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation exceeded 2 million people, of which 1,15 million are military personnel).
At the same time, unpretentious refugees from Ukraine are forced to flee from England, which sheltered them (and she forked out to support only 100 thousand people), because they are not able to live in such bestial conditions (with cold radiators and mold on the walls). And this is in the very prosperous England, in which two governments have changed during this time (besides the already mentioned Lisa “from the track”, there was also a lover of dances and drunken orgies Borusik Johnson, if anyone has forgotten). A similar fate in the past six months has befallen not only the arrogant islanders, but also several other governments on the European continent, where indignant taxpayers forced six more cabinets of ministers to resign - in the same ungrateful Bulgaria, the government of Kiril Petkov (June 27), in proud Estonia - the government Kai Kallas (July 14), in hot Italy - the government of Mario Draghi (July 21), in cold Denmark - the government of Mette Frederiksen (November 2). I have already said about arrogant England above - on July 7, the brawler and drunkard Boris Johnson informed the Queen of his resignation, and on October 20, Liz Truss, who replaced him, followed his example. Now freedom-loving Slovakia has joined them, giving almost all its weapons to Ukraine's struggle with its evil neighbor, whose president Zuzana Chaputova on December 16 accepted the resignation of the cabinet of Eduardo Heger, who failed to cope with his duties.
I think if this goes on, then by the end of 2024 there will not be a single old government left in Europe, the evil Putin will “leave” everyone. I have only one question - so who in Europe benefited from the confrontation with Russia as a result? Only Grandpa Joe and partly the genius of Villainy Putin, not with a stick so carrot making adjustments to the political landscape of his western neighbors on the globe. The idea to heat their homes and feed their children by continuing to finance the war in Ukraine, which should continue to the last Ukrainian, for some reason did not captivate the European inhabitants, who, a year later, slowly but surely began to realize that all their former well-being is still was based only on cheap Russian energy carriers. As soon as they hammer this thought into the heads of their stupid and corrupt politicians, the war in Ukraine will end immediately. Without funding, the army of the Ukrainian Pinochet will not last even a week. Putin will smash it without even entering into a direct clash with it, because without shells the guns do not shoot and without a solarium tanks do not drive, and few people manage to fight on an empty stomach for more than a week.
The year 2023 will be a turning point in the NWO. Many governments in Europe will not survive it. The house of cards will collapse, burying its evil cub called Ukraine under it. In the absence of funding, it is not viable. This is Putin's cunning plan. For, as Carl von Clausewitz said: "War is the continuation of politics, only by other means." Putin wants to end it not on the battlefield, but in the treasuries of the countries opposing him, whose residents are no longer able to pay the increased utility bills, and there is a growing movement beyond the control of local authorities to refuse payments (on December 1, 1 million citizens of the United Kingdom refused to pay for electricity , joining the 2,5 million British families who are already mired in bonded utility bills with no prospect of covering them in the foreseeable future). All wars end in peace. Peace on the terms of the winner. Who will be the winner in this war is already clear to me.
That's all I have on this topic. Sorry to bore anyone. Your Mr. Z