Saturday, February 5, 2022

Andrei Raevsky Does The "Unpacking"...

Of Russian-Chinese joint statement.  Here is a good sample:

Some actors representing but the minority on the international scale continue to advocate unilateral approaches to addressing international issues and resort to force; they interfere in the internal affairs of other states, infringing their legitimate rights and interests, and incite contradictions, differences, and confrontation, thus hampering the development and progress of mankind, against the opposition from the international community.

Read the whole thing, it is worth it. Bernhard at MoA also reviews this statement and, indeed, there is a lot to unpack. Also Larry Johnson gives his perspective on US-Russia military conflict, should this come to it:

And this is the fact which must be made very clear to anyone who still exercise a delusion that the United States can fight and win a major war with Russia in Europe. Considering the "level" of modern US "elites" there are many of them who think so. 

Sadly, only in Russian. Here is one of a very few military experts in Russia I respect, Alexey Leonkov explains in a very simple language why the United States will not fight Russia directly. 

Leonkov's conclusion that we need to expect a major false flag from the UK-US tandem in Ukraine trying to blame it on Russia is correct. What will be this false-flag? As he correctly states, it must be something so horrible, so immense as to beat down spineless EU into utter submission. Rostislav Ischenko doesn't exclude even a detonation of a small nuclear device in Kiev, while we may also expect something on the order of rounding up and execution of a whole village or two with all women and children in Ukraine, granted Associated Press, Reuters and DW "journalists" will be conveniently there, and then blaming it on Russians. As practice has shown even the latest raid against some, yet another, ISIS "leader" by the US special forces didn't go as planned and involved killing of children. But this recent video shows how badly the whole thing went with the US losing one of its helos. 

I also talk a little bit about Russian-Chinese joint statement and discuss Scott Ritter's piece on RT:
Obviously, we need to remember that  this joint statement is based on a solid foundation of some major-major contracts ranging from a new gigantic gas contract to $80 billion oil contract among many other contracts. So, it is not just political and "vision" statement, however important.  That's the recap.

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