A former Soviet operative contact in a media/source acquaintanceship with our editor, a source developed over decades, told FPM.news‘s editor-in-chief that he felt like yelling our headline at, “the foolish Jens Stoltenberg (NATO) who continues to antagonize Moscow by repeating the US President’s political deception narrative.”
“America’s Donald Trump commit a serious nuclear treaty misstep and Biden cannot get out of it. The money is spent and the nuclear warheads and missiles have been built for the Pentagon during Trump’s time in office,” said the elderly Russian expert.
June 2020 – New INF treaty-busting Intermediate Nuclear Missiles for Poland, Estonia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Latvia, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, possibly Philippines, New Zealand and Australia under the new AUKUS deal, as well as ground launched missiles already under development by the Army with a range prohibited by the former treaty the USA left just before the Pandemic started, including the Precision Strike Missile and the Long-Range Hypersonic Weapon.
Russia objects to the missiles surrounding Russia in Europe and all along the Asian Seas from Japan to Korea and the Russian and Chinese coasts.
By Melissa Hemingway, Associate Editor
“Please give my best to Mike. I have not seen my dear Canadian friend in a very long time,” the very kind, elderly gentleman said. “Not since an amazing day in 2000 when we had a pizza in Maclean, Virginia and an Italian dinner at a DuPont Circle restaurant in DC, did we talk. That was while he was working on that story on the case of the FBI spy Robert Hanssen in 2000. (“possibly the worst intelligence disaster in U.S. history.”) Then came the Twin Towers and the world changed. We lost contact after that until he told you to reach out to me.”
Biden’s new weapon of mass destruction, is the nuclear GBSD, “ground-based strategic deterrent,” missile which Elisabeth Eaves from the bulletin of the atomic scientists explains is the length of a bowling lane. It will be able to travel some 6,000 miles/9,656 kilometers, carrying a warhead more than 20 times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima. While Americans were busy contracting COVID-19 and dying the USA Trump Administration, on 8 September 2020, ordered from the defence company Northrop Grumman an initial contract of $13.3 billion to begin engineering and manufacturing the missile, but that will be just a fraction of the total $100 billion bill. Based on a Pentagon report cited by the Arms Control Association Association and Bloomberg News, the government will spend roughly $100 billion to build the weapon, which will be ready to use around 2029. The USA has ordered 600.
“America has broke all the INF rules and that is why Trump pulled out of the INF and Biden rushed to blast out nonsense about Russia amassing troops where the Western Military Division was practicing for the Army Games 2022 competition in western Russia,” said the source.
“Biden coaxed the Ukrainians into yelping like little dogs about invasion by Russian troops and Russian-backed separatists which deception mission they accepted, probably out of guilt over them and the American contractors getting out of line while shelling the poor civilians in Donetsk and Luhansk, definitely war crimes,” the Russian gentleman added.
“And this guy America installed in Ukraine as President, is a TV star, a comedian Volodymyr Zelensky. I don’t know what kind of guy he is, maybe nice fellow, but he is being seriously exploited by Biden who claims to be really good at getting his way with the Ukrainians,” said the elderly Russian source as he laughed and explained about a video he had seen.
Intermediate Nuclear Missiles on Russia’s doorstep are the real issue, not Ukraine. Russia is preparing for a major war according to the sources and the real world data.
“If Russia invades Ukraine, it will only be because President Putin is begged by the Russians under siege in Donbass have begged,” says source.
This must be stopped, says Putin. New USA INF Nuclear Missiles in Europe antagonize Russia.
At 2:30 PM, on 19 August 2019 the test missile exited its ground mobile launcher and accurately impacted its target after more than 500 kilometers of flight. Data collected and lessons learned from this test informed DOD’s continued development of intermediate-range nuclear missiles now going into Europe. Photo Credit: US DoD
The picture and its story: Russia despised NATO expansion but when Trump axed the INF treaty to put nukes in Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Ukraine, it all changed. Photo: Intermediate Nuclear Land Attack Missile off the coast of California in 2018 would have violated the INF Treaty from which Donald Trump Withdrew in 2019. Photo Credit: US Navy.
Biden’s new weapon of mass destruction, is the nuclear GBSD, “ground-based strategic deterrent,” missile which Elisabeth Eaves from the bulletin of the atomic scientists explains is the length of a bowling lane.
It will be able to travel some 6,000 miles/9,656 kilometers, carrying a warhead more than 20 times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
While Americans were busy contracting COVID-19 and dying, the USA Trump Administration on 8 September 2020, ordered from the defence company Northrop Grumman an initial contract of $13.3 billion to begin engineering and manufacturing the missile, but that will be just a fraction of the total $100 billion bill. Based on a Pentagon report cited by the Arms Control Association Association and Bloomberg News, the government will spend roughly $100 billion to build the weapon, which will be ready to use around 2029. The USA has ordered 600.
Vladimir Putin has repeatedly said publicly through the fall of 2021 and into this year that he is not intending to invade Ukraine; but he is angered and preparing to defend against America’s INF withdrawal and new USA missiles; nuclear missiles America is placing around his country; “missiles that could hit Moscow in five minutes” said President Putin.
In recent months, Biden has been actively accusing Russia of preparing an “invasion” of Ukraine, claiming that Russian troops are being drawn to the border with the neighbouring state. Thus far only ten percent of the troops needed for such an invasion have been assembled for training exercises in the Western Military Division, according to military experts FPMag has interviewed.
Moscow repeatedly denies all invasion claims, stressing that Russia is moving military and equipment within its territories for its own reasons.
“All this is done so that the United States and Europe can secure unilateral advantages,” Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov recently concluded.
A U.S. Navy Tomahawk cruise missile launches during a 2018 exercise. A senior Army official then said his service was considering deploying a land-based version of the missile as an intermediate range (much longer range than the INF treaty allows), a weapon that would have been prohibited by the INF Treaty. (Photo: William Collins/U.S. Navy)
Watch for an extended report “A fearful Russia has taken massive steps toward fighting a global war.” at rinj.org/news/