o it has begun.
While good part of the world will blame Russia for invasion, it is the US that made it happen.
The US knew very well what will happen if Ukraine starts the process of joining NATO. Yet, they've
broken the promise
and started expansion toward Russia.
of NATO is bad for a couple of reasons, even for its members
, but, to US NATO, Russian demands
Let's not fool ourselves, the NATO is led by US, it follows its foreign policy and it
is, effectively, the expansion of its military power.
How can diplomacy be a non-starter to an organization supposed to ensure peace?
This is similar to non-starters regarding climate change, where the US has shown it is determined not
to change its lifestyle at home. It's obviously determined not to change its lifestyle in the
rest of the world - the NATO, just like the economy, must
keep growing indefinitely.
Wars and economies are tightly entangled and sometimes conservation of lifestyle will require war.
The Russia clearly did not want this war, the US clearly did, as did the president of Ukraine, who
openly called for military action against Russia even before the war.
This is also the guy who stated the exact time the war will start and when it didn't start at that
time, he claimed he was joking (!). Wow, who wants this joker for a president? US? Croatia? Nah... we
already had one as a prime minister, who, somehow, ended up in jail (we are still surprised, he had
3rd Act updated.
Perhaps not all politicians are puppets, but if any politician is a marionette, this one is the
most obvious one. Consider this, Mr. Zelenskyy (Ukrainian president):
- did not have a career in politics previously, he was an actor prior to his presidency,
- he had a lot of experience acting the president,
- his campaign was sponsored by a billionaire who's a former banker, who was likely
stealing money from Ukrainians and transferring it to US and Switzerland and who
also kept a live 5-meter long shark in his office (!),
- during his campaign, Mr. Zelenskyy was avoiding journalists, leading the campaign mostly
through social media (= his campaign was completely scripted).
On top of that, after he was elected, Mr. Zelenskyy appointed the lawyer of the
as his chief advisor
(head of the Presidential Administration
Clearly, Mr. Zelenskyy was chosen as a puppet, he never stopped acting the president, he just
replaced one script with the other.
Per the deal, he likely has no choice but to act the hero in this war, just like he had no
choice but to insist on NATO membership and just like he has no choice but to have a role in fake
news and misinformation orchestrated by media in Ukraine (again, controlled by his master).
This war was started by two men - pro-US billionaire supporting American export
democracy (promising people everything they could possibly want, even a war-free country, then
sucking everything they have into the mouth of the elite - after the war), and the Russian president who
became allergic to promises.
So no, the real Ukrainian president and his mouths and selfies
are not fighting for
interests of the people of Ukraine, certainly not more than mr. Trump is fighting for truth
with a product called Truth Social
I do not consider Russia white and US black (far from that), but it's not Russia that's disrupting
balance in the world, it wants to restore some balance and ensure it is not consumed by US.
The Ukraine was divided between east and west before the war, now it will be formally
divided and devastated (which was even announced with the last message from god). That is
also, statistically, most probable scenario.
But will it end there? There are still more countries to divide and conquer. Even the divided ones
are not off the table when you're greedy. But the question now might be how
angered Russia is, not how greedy US is. Will it now start reflecting US behaviour and try
destabilizing democratic states as US did with communist ones? Or has that started already?
As the war started (almost on schedule), now the US and their European corrupt puppets are
trying to portray Putin as a madman. Sounds familiar? The same rhetoric (or recipe) was used
against Saddam Hussein (perhaps even for the same reason - oil). This is done for two purposes:
- to provoke the guy even more,
- to have an excuse to kill him and take over his homeland.
The US wants Putin angry, and if he does get angry, the 14 countries that joined NATO
after 1997 should become a bit worried.
Some are even comparing Putin with Milošević and his invasion of Bosnia and Croatia. Well,
Milošević wasn't interested in saving Yugoslavia, he was interested in expansion of Serbia. That's
why he was targeting civilians, that's why there was genocide and ethnic cleansing.
Putin is choosing his targets carefully and he isn't interested in the expansion of Russia, he
wants to subdue the expansion of America - because the expansion
of American democracy
, military presence/power (through NATO) and
American lifestyle (which is, basically, the expansion of cancer) - is the expansion of America.
Russia was trying to use diplomacy to stop NATO expansion since the 90's but it was ignored.
As Putin said, the US created the enemy in Russia. Now, it's manufacturing insanity
in Putin. Although he sometimes says non-sense about his enemies, unlike some other
presidents, he's generally acting very intelligently. All politicians are prone to saying non-sense
and lies as part of their propaganda. One should be looking at what politicians [do not] do, not much what
they say, otherwise one would conclude that all of them are mad and insane.
3rd Act updated.
However, thanks to whistle-blowers, nowadays dirty laundry has a tendency to get exposed. Corruption
often lurks behind the comedy in politics. NATO is too big for itself and some, long overdue, exposure
could be a trigger of collapse. It would save many countries from this war and could shift
the battleground from the cursed
to the sacred
Be there conscious conspiracies here or not, I'm sure karma will eventually make it right. The 3rd World War might have started
on neutral ground
but I see it ending far away, not necessarily with weapons it has