US Declares War on Russia (Step One)

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By @ShaunyGibson – Used to be @ ShaunyNews

Have been keeping an eye on this since Russia entered Ukraine and the USA sent troops to ‘So I am told’ fight for the Ukraine, it seems to me to be a set-up, made to be. People talk Population control and I never buy because, as I always believe that the powers that be want all our Money. Should we apply logic WWIII makes sense sadly. Our World is in a real bad place and it’s beyond fixing. WWIII is a matter of when and not if. An article I done on my old blog and transferred over to Ace News tonight is one where I guess I first really seen the game that was being played out infront of us https://acenewsdesk.wordpress.com/2014/12/06/are-you-ready-for-nuclear-war-i-have-pieced-a-few-things-together/ AGAIN! Do not expect to read this on Main Stream Media or on Main Stream TV News, I do alternative news as well as Main Stream, so look around you will see many are running this story tonight

Behind the White House’s political smokescreen in Ferguson and New York, US lawmakers were busy sliding through a pre-declaration of war against Russia.The latest resolution by the US Congress, most likely drafted and presented to the speaker by Washington DC-based Neoconservative think tank, Foreign Policy Initiative (formerly Project for a New American Century), calls for renewed political, and military support for Fascist and NeoNazi-sympathizing regime in Kiev, Ukraine, which will include:

The latest resolution by the US Congress, most likely drafted and presented to the speaker by Washington DC-based Neoconservative think tank, Foreign Policy Initiative (formerly Project for a New American Century), calls for renewed political, and military support for Fascist and NeoNazi-sympathizing regime in Kiev, Ukraine, which will include:

– US aid for Kiev regime to keep using military against ethnic Russians in east Ukraine.
– US funding for more weapons and military support in the Ukraine.
– More US funding for foreign language, pro-US, and anti-Russian propaganda throughout eastern Europe and in countries bordering Russia.

In all but name, this US resolution is preliminary declaration of war, moving Washington right up to the final step, which is a formal declaration of war. Based on its recent record of engaging in foreign conflicts, it is unlikely a final declaration will come, as the US has already set numerous precedents already by waging Wiemar-style undeclared wars, or by simply bypassing its domestic checks-and-balances by waging any war through NATO.

They say a picture can speak 1,000 words

They say a picture can speak 1,000 words

It’s believed that the US-funded propaganda portion of the operation is already underway. As Zero Hedge reported today, the Kiev government announced to formation of what it calls, “The Ministry of Information Policy”.

“The Ukraine government has established a department that critics are calling the ‘Ministry of Truth’ in a dystopian reference to George Orwell’s 1984 (apparent instruction manual). Run by a close ally of President Poroshenko’s close ally, while its main objective appears to be confronting Russia’s formidable propaganda machine, the Ministry is likely to also restrict free speech and inhibit journalists’ work – particularly in war-torn eastern Ukraine, according to observers.”

In addition to ‘on the books’ warfare, there would normally be additional budgetary provisions included in this latest initiative for funding and directing proxy war and terrorist guerrilla against Russia through non-state actors in the region – which has already been done by the US already against Iran, as reported by New Yorker Magazine’s award-winning investigative reporter Seymour Hersh in 2008:

“President George W. Bush signed an intelligence finding in late 2007 that allocated up to $400 million for covert operations intended to destabilize Iran’s government, in part, by supporting militant organizations.”

Bush allocated the ‘start-up’ fund help ‘sponsor’ (pay-off) terrorist groups in and around Iran to help Washington in its effort to first destabilize and overthrow the ruling government in Tehran during his second term in the White House. A similar, clandestine operation is believed to already be underway in the Russian region of Chechnya, as weapons used in today’s terrorist attack there were found to have come from abroad.

As NATO expands eastward fulfilling the organizations plans for the encirclement of Russia, a number of high-profile opposition voices have pointed out the obvious – that this alone is an overt act of war. Former Congressman Dennis Kucinich warns about the House’s reckless adoption of the HR 758:

“NATO encirclement, the US-backed coup in Ukraine, an attempt to use an agreement with the European Union to bring NATO into Ukraine at the Russian border, a US nuclear first-strike policy, are all policies which attempt to substitute force for diplomacy,” (Truthdig).
According international watchdog Human Rights Watch (HRW), the US-backed junta in Kiev has refused to investigate its army’s use of banned cluster bombs against ethnic Russian civilians in eastern Ukraine. It also has recommended that Kiev be subject to charges in the International Criminal Court, in order for a proper investigation into its war crimes to take place in public view.

The Project for a New America Century is still alive and well, and in terms of party politics it’s color blind, and its facilitators include both Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush, as well as Secretary John Kerry and Senator John McCain alike.

This is one of the final, formal steps towards a world war…

House of Representatives passes resolution against Russia

House of Representatives passes resolution against Russia

Putin: America is a bully and threat to stability

Via RT America You Tube

The US House of Representatives has overwhelmingly approved a document which strongly condemns Moscow’s actions against its neighbors, calling them a policy of aggression.

Passed with 411-10 votes, the resolution slams Russia’s “continuing political, economic, and military aggression” against Ukraine, Georgia, and Moldova and the “continuing violation of their sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity.” “The US, Europe and our allies must aggressively keep the pressure on Mr. Putin to encourage him to change his behavior,” Rep. Adam Kinzinger, the resolution’s sponsor, said. The resolution calls for Russia to stop supporting local militias in eastern Ukraine and for the cancellation of Crimea’s decision to join Russia. In addition, it calls on Moscow to withdraw its troops which the US claims are in Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova. The House calls on President Barack Obama to provide Ukraine with defense equipment and training…

“Ukraine is clearly in need of urgent military assistance,” Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen said as quoted by The Hill.
Previously Obama declined Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko’s plea for lethal military aid. During his visit to Washington in September, Poroshenko addressed Congress calling to provide Kiev with “more military equipment, lethal and non-lethal” drawing applause from the audience.

Sept. 18, 2014: NeoFascist Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko addresses a joint session of the US Congress

Sept. 18, 2014: NeoFascist Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko addresses a joint session of the US Congress

Thursday resolution also urges NATO members and US allies to suspend military cooperation with Russia. Addressing Obama, the House urged him to review the readiness of US and NATO armed forces under the Conventional Armed Forces in Europe Treaty (CFE).
The lawmakers agreed that the president and State Department should also find a way to “distribute news and information” in Russian to countries with Russian-speaking populations.
RT’s Gayane Chichakyan asked US State Department spokesperson Marie Harf whether this is a fight for more US influence in the region during Thursday’s daily press briefing.
Harf denied that US wants to fight for influence, saying that it plans to “fight for the people of Ukraine and indeed the entire region to get the truth about what’s happening on the ground” and to “talk about exactly what is happening in a much more truthful way.”…

http://21stcenturywire.com/2014/12/04/us-declares-war-on-russia-step-one/

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http://www.newrepublic.com/article/116810/putin-declares-war-ukraine-and-us-or-nato-wont-do-much

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2 responses

  1. I’ll tip ma hat to ye Shaun, you certainly do your homework on this stuff. Personally I don’t particularly threatened by the current situation in central Euro/Asia. Being older than yourself I have the benefit of living through this type of situation before.

    When I was growing up the situation was actually worse, we had NATO and the Warsaw Pact squaring up to each other every minute of every day. We are not anywhere near that just now, although I will concede that we are moving closer to that. There are similarities between now and then. Substitute Ukraine and the southern ex Soviet states with Angola,Uganda, Zaire and other central African countries in the 60’s &70’s and you have a mirror image of the hot parts of a Cold War. As for the Middle East, well that is really a case of ‘as you were’, the West and Russia are still arming who ever can guarantee them Oil despite the USA and Russia having plenty of oil and gas.
    To cut a long story short Nato won the first cold war by bankrupting the Soviet Union through sheer aggressive capitalism. This time around it’s different because Russia has now embraced capitalism, so both sides are into making money by any means possible, and this is why I feel safer than I did back in the 70’s.

    Basically no one can make money if you neuk the other side.

    World War 3 begun in the early 90’s but it’s not a fight between nations anymore, it’s a war of political and religious ideologies and personally I am shit scared of that.

    Rant over. 🙂

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    • No rant, good you are debating me, about time 😉
      There have been financial restraints put on Russia by the UN in the form of sanctions. And these sanctions are biting hard into Russia as we speak.
      One thing I never do mate is watch main stream media, never have, pre-sevco and all that jazz. I always go alternative because that is where the news is at.
      Having friends who Anon/Wiki helps as I get info others don’t allowing me to really research hard.

      And 100% Correct, WWIII has started, only it’s economical more than anything. China and Russia dropped the Restaurant (Trading oil in US Dollars) Here are all my blogs on what has lead to this one. The titles tell the story. I don’t remember the cold war but I researched it and fully understand how it started/was and ended. This is a different war as you say.
      Do we lose sleep? no…
      Do we worry? no…
      Do I personally have wicked fun researching places others can’t? YOU BET!!!
      Do we panic? No, there is nothing we can do apart from tell the story mate.

      This article here proves we are in WWIII https://acenewsdesk.wordpress.com/2014/08/15/world-peace-these-are-the-only-11-countries-in-the-world-that-are-actually-free-from-conflict/
      I love my job as a writer here on AceNews my editor is just a legend. Kinda same as you on TCN.
      He gives me carte blanche and trust to do as I do. I can get 10,000 hits a day..
      I, to this day am amazed by that. Who wants to read the shit I write 😀

      Cheers for the reply..Do come again 😀
      HH

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