Ukraine trying to start a war with Russia

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On March 24, 2021, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky signed into law Decree 117/2021, “On the Strategy of de-occupation and reintegration of the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.” While the stated primary goal of this decree is the “restoration of the territorial integrity of Ukraine within its internationally recognized state border, ensuring the state sovereignty of Ukraine,” the reality is that the issue of restoring Ukrainian “territorial integrity” is merely a vehicle toward “gaining full membership of Ukraine in the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.”
According to Zelensky, there is only one pathway for resolving the ongoing dispute between his nation and Russia over the status of the Crimea and the ongoing fighting in the pro-Russian eastern Ukrainian region of the Donbass. “NATO is the only way to end the war in Donbass,” Zelensky declared in a recent phone call with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. Zelensky called for the immediate implementation of a ‘Membership Action Plan’ delineating Ukraine’s entry path into the NATO alliance. Such a move, Zelensky noted, “will be a real signal for Russia.”
Zelensky’s militant directive and blatant appeal for NATO membership did not go unnoticed by Russia. Nor did the deployment by the Ukrainian military of hundreds of armored vehicles and thousands of troops into the region, a fact that has been "under-reported" in the west.
A military exercise conducted some 30 miles from its border with Ukraine, involving 4,000 troops, was originally scheduled to end on March 23. A decision by Moscow to keep its forces in the field prompted the US military’s European Command to raise its watch level from possible crisis to potential imminent crisis – the highest level.

Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu had called the Russian exercises “routine control checks of the armed forces’ combat readiness.” This prompted the US Defense Department to call on Russia to “make their intentions more clear as to what they’re doing with this array of forces along the border.
 

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Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu had called the Russian exercises “routine control checks of the armed forces’ combat readiness.” This prompted the US Defense Department to call on Russia to “make their intentions more clear as to what they’re doing with this array of forces along the border.

It's great how the Russians are using their own pilpul and passive-aggressiveness.
 

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Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu had called the Russian exercises “routine control checks of the armed forces’ combat readiness.” This prompted the US Defense Department to call on Russia to “make their intentions more clear as to what they’re doing with this array of forces along the border.

It's great how the Russians are using their own pilpul and passive-aggressiveness.
The word you're looking for in this context is maskirovka, or "military deception," which is a Russian specialty. Even in the 21st century, comparatively crude measures like staging inflatable tanks and driving empty trucks around can befuddle sophisticated electronic reconaissance.

 

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Ukraine is the battering ram against Russia... think it was even created for that purpose?
I thought Russia was created by the Vikings in KIEV?!? They were called the Kievan Rus. Some groups of Northern Europeans who took the continental route from the Baltic Sea to the Black Sea and Constantinople via lakes Rivers and by hauling their dragon ships overland.


The Viking ships ranged from the Baltic Sea to far from the Scandinavian homelands, to Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Newfoundland, the Mediterranean, the Black Sea and Africa.


 

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I thought Russia was created by the Vikings in KIEV?!? They were called the Kievan Rus. Some groups of Northern Europeans who took the continental route from the Baltic Sea to the Black Sea and Constantinople via lakes Rivers and by hauling their dragon ships overland.






Kiev does not = Ukraine, neither do vikings? I don't think a Ukranian nation existed until German foreign policy makers ushered it into existence... this was to force russia out of 'european' affairs (allowing germany to fulfill its manifest destiny last century) without needing a war with russia. And Germany with it's American owner is busy playing this game again.
 

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Ok, what then?
It´s Russia anyway? That was kind of my point.
There were of course other "states" with different names before that, but I´m prettty sure Ukrainians don´t want to be Poles.

In the aftermath of the Russian Revolution, a Ukrainian national movement for self-determination emerged, and the internationally recognized Ukrainian People's Republic was declared on 23 June 1917.
 

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Correct me if I'm wrong.
A jew that was playing a president in a tv comedy is now president of Ukraine.
Nuland gave money to Nazi agents, people were killed by Nazi snipers, all of a sudden, a jew comedian is president.
 

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I thought Russia was created by the Vikings in KIEV?!? They were called the Kievan Rus. Some groups of Northern Europeans who took the continental route from the Baltic Sea to the Black Sea and Constantinople via lakes Rivers and by hauling their dragon ships overland.
It was always called just Rus'. The words "Kievan Rus'" were invented by western (probably Jewish) historians around 18th-19th century for an obvious purpose.

Read the Primary Chronicle, you won't find "Kievan Rus'" in there:
 
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Correct me if I'm wrong.
A jew that was playing a president in a tv comedy is now president of Ukraine.
Nuland gave money to Nazi agents, people were killed by Nazi snipers, all of a sudden, a jew comedian is president.
I thought the snipers were Israeli secret service or military and some of the "nazis" had jewish military leaders/advisors.
All of this are conspiracy theories of course.

It was always called just Rus'. The words "Kievan Rus'" were invented by western (probably Jewish) historians around 18th-19th century for an obvious purpose.

Read the Primary Chronicle, you won't find "Kievan Rus'" in there:
It sure looks interesting, but my Russian is a little rusty. :cry:

LOTR was probably the Last Great White Film ever made in the west. If there were black actors they were hidden under Orc masks.
Of course Jackson had to foul up the mediocre (some say abysmal) Hobbit adaptation with as much diversity as possible. Lake Town is a real hodge podge.

This Russian film, I am only 20 minutes in and I really wish I could understand Russian, it looks absolutely adorable.
It appears to be very faithful to the book.

It also seems as if Jackson may have seen this Russian version. There are scenes and even single shots that were so good that Jackson may have just copied them.
(Specifically Deagols hand grabing the ring from the bed of river Anduin, and Smeagols metamorphosis/degeneration into Gollum.)
In the directors and writers comments on the LOTR films Jackson reveals that he exactly copied one specific shot from the 80´s animated film to pay hommage to its director Ralph Bakshi. (The Proudfoot-Proudfeet shot from Bilbos 111th birthday party during Bilbos speech.)
 

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Ukraine is the globalists ankle chomper to provoke non-globohomo countries into war, similiar like the role of Poland 1939 which provoked Germany.
 

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LOTR was probably the Last Great White Film ever made in the west.
@Walter

I remember he turned down almost 1 billion to make it in America. He fought to make it in New Zealand, with his special effects house. I think he delivered all of them for $330 million.
It was a great victory, that was early stages of red pilling for me, it did not escape me, his battle against the jewish studios. The Tolkien Foundation had been saying no to Spielberg for 25 years.
It will be remembered as the equivalent of The Iliad or something.


As for the Ukraine Situation, it's the only plausible scenario.
 

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It was always called just Rus'. The words "Kievan Rus'" were invented by western (probably Jewish) historians around 18th-19th century for an obvious purpose.

Read the Primary Chronicle, you won't find "Kievan Rus'" in there:
I found this. Its very small and hard to read, but it says the Ukrainian coat of arms is actually a Khazarian Tamga and that one Rus ruler conquered Khazaria and destroyed their state. (Again the Rus are called the Kievan Rus, which in my uderstanding means where they´re from, where they lived at that time.)


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The Biden administration appears to be intensifying their efforts to marshal a broad anti-Russia coalition, with Ukraine being the focal point of their "deep concern." Here is the entire text of an Antiwar.com article that was published yesterday.

The Defense Department announced on April 8 that Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin was to leave today to consult with civilian and military leaders in Israel, Germany, NATO headquarters in Brussels and Great Britain.

Topics to be discussed include international defense relationships, burden sharing and “enduring trans-Atlantic security.” The last is a reference to NATO.

In Israel he’s to meet with his opposite number, Defense Minister Benjamin Gantz, and with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

In Germany he’s scheduled to meet with Minister of Defence Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer and Chancellery Foreign and Security Policy Adviser Dr. Jan Hecker to discuss what the Defense Department website describes as bilateral military cooperation with “one of our closest NATO Allies.” The Pentagon press release also states Austin and the German officials will deliberate over “combatting the malign influence of our shared strategic rivals.” That can only mean Russia and China.

While in Germany Austin will also tour U.S. European Command and U.S. Africa Command headquarters in Stuttgart where he’ll meet with senior commanders to discuss “security interests in the region.” The top commander of U.S. European Command, General Tod Wolters, is also NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Europe.

From there he’ll travel to NATO headquarters to meet with Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg to coordinate efforts on dealing with “destabilizing behavior by Russia, a rising China, terrorism, and global challenges such as COVID-19 and climate change.” The threats, and their ranking order (more or less), are the same identified at the NATO foreign ministers meeting at NATO headquarters last month.

The final leg of Austin’s journey will be in Britain where he’ll meet with Secretary of State for Defence Ben Wallace to discuss “global security challenges.”

Bloomberg News announced today that Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, who only left NATO headquarters two and a half weeks ago after condemning Russia in language as harsh and condemnatory as one would have expected during the Cold War, is to return there next week to meet with top NATO and other European officials as, to quote Bloomberg, “the U.S. grows increasingly concerned about Russian troop movements near Ukraine.”

Blinken’s visit to NATO will coincide with Austin’s – that is, the U.S.’s top diplomat and defense official will be at NATO headquarters simultaneously to address the crisis in Ukraine, no matter which subsidiary issues are examined – and his meetings are expected to last most of the week. Blinken’s website has no information on the impending visit, neither does NATO’s.

In his two-day visit in March to NATO headquarters Blinken held a joint press conference with Secretary General Stoltenberg and delivered an address after the foreign ministers meeting ended on March 24.

In the first he attacked Russia’s Nord Stream 2 natural gas project, stating:

“Ultimately, it’s in contradiction to the EU’s own energy security goals. It has the potential to undermine the interests of Ukraine, Poland, a number of other close partners or Allies. And I’m sure I’ll have an opportunity to reiterate that, including the law in the United States which requires us to sanction companies participating in the efforts to complete the pipeline.”

In his policy pronouncement of March 24 entitled Reaffirming and Reimagining America’s Alliances he mentioned NATO’s Article 5 collective military obligation clause in the course of launching blistering attacks on Russia in a veritable catalog of accusations that included “undermin[ing] the rules-based order,” and “aggression in eastern Ukraine; its build-up of forces, large-scale exercises, and acts of intimidation in the Baltic and Black Sea, the Eastern Mediterranean, the High North; its modernization of nuclear capabilities; and its use of chemical weapons against critics on NATO soil.“ He also accused Russia of the “use of disinformation to erode confidence in elections and in safe, effective vaccines….”

The highly unusual if not unprecedented simultaneous deployment of America’s secretaries of state and defense to the headquarters of the thirty-nation military bloc to plan a collective response to Russia over the Donbass crisis is alarming to a degree.

 
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