We tend to kick the Russians around a lot – or at least the mainstream media does.
But we seldom question how provocative our behavior is or what deals with the Russians we’ve reneged on. (1) Perhaps their refusal to be provoked should merit applause.
Rick Sanchez in this video explains how we brazenly violated an agreement we made with Mikhail Gorbachev at the time of the reunification of Germany. Very useful briefing.
But now the Russians have landed sophisticated bombers in Venezuela. What can it mean?
I have to say that I regard Russian and American saber-rattling as a smokescreen to cover the movement of troops to be used for peacekeeping purposes during a global cabal takedown.
I think it’s meant to deflect attention. A White Hat deception.
I could be a minority of one in this view. I have absolutely no proof.
But we do know, as backdrop, that neither the galactics nor the celestials will permit a war. Therefore any hostile intent will remain saber-rattling.
Which can allow us to watch it with a degree of composure.
(1) In the last 1,000 years Russia has been invaded by the Vikings, the Mongols, the Ottomans, the Swedes, the English, the French, and the Germans. Their concern for their territorial integrity has a precedent.
They in turn have invaded a long list of countries and amalgamated many, destroying those countries’ territorial integrity. In many cases, it was to create a buffer because of the fear of invasion. The fear of threat and the posing of a threat has been a constant theme in Eurasian history and ours of more recent time.
It’s this fear and aggressiveness that have to be dropped and everyone’s territorial integrity respected.