Defeated NATO and Kiev Will Soon Say ‘A Frozen Conflict Anyone?’
Russia shall not be fooled twice.
‘The current on his way out’ NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg keeps rattling with his nuclear saber galore followed by his squeaky puberty boy voice, which is supposed to sound intimidating that he (they) will fast-track Ukraine to join NATO. At approximately the same time the leaders of Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia are calling the part of the world they arrogantly regard as ‘the free’ world (which is circa 25ish %) to not get derailed off their steadfast pathway to the complete destruction of Russia and the total victory of the Collective West.
But reality check snaps back at them: this very same world which masquerades around as the free and democratic now coyly admits that Russia is a colossal world power and a mighty empire worth their respect and one should treat it that way. These odd requests seem to be trickling in from those circles in the U.S. which have brutally proven how influential they have been far too many times by pushing for each and every imperial war which Washington, Bundestag, Number 10 Collective have waged against so many for them ‘undemocratic’ countries and alleged dictators on the other side of the political radar. However, they now appear to be calling for peace (in 50 shades of John Lennon‘s style (well, I shall say that again: you cannot fool me again). They are calling for peace not because they want peace. If they had wanted peace in the first place, they wouldn’t have caused it, nor would they have kept churning out weapons and shoveling it off into Ukraine but because they must surely know (which they cannot admit publicly though) that the continuation of this war will bring them a miserable defeat and not a triumphant victory they have been hoping for. This ongoing polemic inevitably leads to the Rand Corporation yet again.
While reading about Rand Corporation, I have an urge to add a resounding red-pencilled, negative not after each verb therein. Jokes aside, two months after the Rand Corporation (read: Pentagon) in their borderline defeat-admitting posturing suddenly recommended avoiding a long-lasting war because the price the USA and the EU will have to pay in the time to come will be increased manifold. An offer of peace with strikingly similar reasoning has arrived from two more equally important institutions: the Council on Foreign Relations and the Centre for Strategic and International Studies. The chances are slim that these most
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