Proposed destruction of Russia
will create far larger
and more ominous problems...
the current United States Government (USG) insanity in regard to Ukraine, may very well get all
of us killed.
Kissinger believes the objective declared by Biden's neocons and "humanitarian interventionists" to dissolve Russia will create far larger and more ominous problems.
He warned that continued attempts to render Russia "impotent" could result in an uncontrollable and unpredictable spiral.
He laid out
that along with the sought after "dissolution" of Russia would come
a massive power vacuum out of which new threats to the whole world
would emerge as bigger powers rush in.
During internationally monitored referenda in these territories, the respective populations voted to separate from Ukraine.
Although Ukraine is described as a democracy in the west, the government does not respect the wishes of the people.
It is a cardinal rule for the state:
In response to
separatist demands, following the US-orchestrated coup of 2014, the
new Nazi-tinged government began bombarding Donbas.
In November, Vladimir Dzhabarov of Russia's Federation Council remarked on the trustworthiness of Zelensky.
Zelensky demands a return to Ukraine's 1991 borders when the Soviet
They have created a
situation where a negotiated settlement is impossible, thus leaving
Russia little choice short of turning Ukraine into an uninhabitable
wasteland, a dystopian landscape devoid of water, food, heated
shelter, electricity, and the other necessities of civilized life.
It is well-known the Mujahideen, an austere
Sunni Wahhabi sect,
received assistance, weapons, and training from
the CIA and Pakistani intelligence.
The American Committee for Peace in Chechnya, founded in 1999, is a who's who of notorious and criminal neocons, including,
John Laughland wrote in 2004, two years after the invasion of Iraq:
And now there is a national-tribal crisis brewing in the Balkans, an
aftershock of the USG's direct involvement in Serbia, then
Yugoslavia, most pointedly its 78-day bombing of that country in
1998, many aspects of which constitute unpunished war crimes
(including but not limited to the use of internationally outlawed
The "elder statesman" Kissinger understands what is at risk in the current standoff in Ukraine.
In 1970, aware Vietnam had become a quagmire dividing America, Kissinger entered into secret negotiations (without Nixon's knowledge) with Vietnam's Le Duc Tho, a high-ranking member of the Hanoi Politburo.
And while these
negotiations did not result in a peace deal, it can be said they
were held, never mind the true intentions of the parties involved.
It is devolving into a humanitarian disaster for the Ukrainian people and soldiers alike, the latter killed in droves every week as the Kyiv government forces them into the shredding machine of Russian artillery.
The Big Lie is that Ukraine can win this war...
It is possible he
may not make it as the war in Ukraine grinds onward, consuming
precious human life, inflicting untold misery, and threatening a
thermonuclear planetary extinction before Kissinger's next birthday...