Thursday, July 13, 2023

Time To Negotiate

 Receptive to Talks,

   From John Helmer, NATO avoidance-of-reality at Vilnius, as expected. Thanks Christine.
   “Whatever is achieved by the end of this year will be the baseline for negotiation”, the Czech President Petr Pavel, former Czech and NATO army general, announced on the first day of the summit meetings in Vilnius.  There is no more than a six-month window of opportunity, Pavel added, which will “more or less close by the end of this year”. After that, “we will see another decline of willingness to massively support Ukraine with more weapons.”
  The difference between the Czech’s “more or less” was explained to Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky by Henry  Kissinger on the telephone. But the telephone was rigged, and Kissinger was talking instead to the Stavka in Moscow, in the guise of the pranksters Vovan and Lexus.
  After justifying himself at length for initially opposing NATO membership of the Ukraine, and then mispronouncing the word “anomalous”, Kissinger acknowledged there is a problem for the Biden Administration to combat European government opposition to NATO membership for the Ukraine. The Ukrainians must fight against that, too, he implied. So long as the US is backing Zelensky,  it is necessary for the Ukrainian offensive to demonstrate small territorial advantages; abandon more ambitious ones (like Crimea); and only then agree to ceasefire talks.  Although Kissinger told Zelensky he had been speaking with US “military people”, he gave no hint that they had warned him the Ukrainians are facing defeat on the battlefield, and the loss of both territory and European support...
.."Europe”, said Kissinger, “has organised itself to defeat Russia and it would be anamalous [sic] if Finland and Sweden go into NATO but Ukraine, which has sacrificed so much, is not admitted into NATO… Ukraine will be a major country after the war, and after it is rebuilt, it should be in NATO…. We had a Bilderberg meeting…and it was very strange that the European countries that are fighting [Russia] — technically they are supporting you –at that meeting were not in favour of [Ukraine] going into NATO. I was… It will be difficult to engineer membership in NATO.”    
  Between ceasefire negotiations and final peace negotiations, Kissinger said , “you [Zelensky] understand that after a ceasefire it will be very difficult to start the war again with total allied support… I believe the trend in America now is towards a ceasefire… I believe you will be able to conduct your current offensive with full support. I believe our people believe that you will not have total success, that you will regain some territory but not everything. That’s what I was told by military people." ...
..The Russian General Staff calculation is different.
  At the current rate of battlefield casualties – announced by the Defense Ministry counting conservatively — by December 31 the Ukrainian army will lose between 75,000 and 100,000 dead, and up to 300,000 wounded and out of combat. In parallel, the destruction of NATO weapons will accelerate faster than the NATO states can resupply and deliver them, or replacement parts to keep the surviving stock going at the front. By the time Russia’s General Winter takes control of the battlefield, there will be too few Ukrainian fighting men left, and insufficient weapons and ammunition, to resist the start of the Russian offensive. A demilitarized zone of mines and cluster bomblets will have taken shape over several hundred kilometres west of the surrendering Odessa, Nikolaev, and Kharkov; they will abandon Kiev when Kiev abandons them.
  The Russian target then will be to drive what remains of the Ukrainian regime, its flags, tattoos, money, and stay-behind terrorism plans, into an enclave around Lvov...
  One of the  unreported outcomes of the  Wagner mutiny, and of the June 29 meeting in Moscow between President Vladimir Putin and Yevgeny Prigozhin,  is Putin’s commitment to fight for nothing short of the Ukraine’s rout to Lvov, and the NATO retreat westward in the footsteps of the Grande Armée and the Wehrmacht. 
  This too is incomprehensible at NATO headquarters.
  The text of the 22-page, 90-paragraph agreement by the NATO allies declares at the penultimate, 89th paragraph that “NATO remains the strongest Alliance in history. As in the past, we will stand the test of time in safeguarding the freedom and security of our Allies and contributing to peace and security.”  To make this point less than wishful thinking, the earlier paragraphs keep the Ukraine out of the NATO alliance but with a verbal promise which makes the indefinite future tense appear to be the present tense...
..The impact is pushing the NATO allies to withdraw back over the Vistula and Oder Rivers  towards Berlin and Paris with this admission: “We will be in a position to extend an invitation to Ukraine to join the Alliance when Allies agree and conditions are met.” They don’t agree now. The conditions will not be met, cannot be met, if and when – after the coming winter — the capitulation of the Ukrainian armed forces will have been conceded, and the retreat to Lvov begun,  leaving the demilitarized zone (DMZ) and Novorossiya to the east...
..(Russian published assessment:) "The prospects are obvious — on the horizon of the next six months, the AFU will have no sources with which to replenish the thinned-out units. The balance of forces at the front may significantly shift in our favour.”

  Gilbert Doctorow's interview summary of NATO Vilnius summit:
​  ​For more on this, we are now being joined by Dr. Gilbert Doctorow from St Petersburg. Doctorow is an international affairs analyst. Thank you so much for joining us on weon and welcome back. 
​  ​It seems a little premature for Ukraine to ask to join NATO when it is in the middle of a war with Russia. What are your thoughts?
​  ​Gilbert Doctorow:
It is not in the middle of a war with Russia. It is close to the end of a war with Russia – a war that is losing
​  ​Today’s announcements by Stoltenberg and by others at the NATO meeting in Vilnius make fools of commentators at CNN or Euro News. But they shouldn’t fool your audience. The fact is, that the counter-offensive that received massive support in equipment and training from NATO countries, that Ukrainian counter-offensive has failed miserably. The latest figures that we have is that 26.000 Ukrainian soldiers and officers were killed or taken out of action on the counter-offensive against Russia in the last 30 days. They have lost hundreds of tanks. They have lost most of the advanced military equipment supplied to them by NATO countries in the preceding weeks.
​  ​Mr. Zelensky may have used his opportunity as a speaker in the NATO meeting to berate NATO for not taking him in. But the fact is, the precondition for any admittance to Nato was, that he would have had a successful counter-offensive, using the vast resources he had been given to effect. He didn’t. In fact, as of yesterday the Russians have now gone on a counter counter-offensive and they have in one day taken on one of the fronts one and a half kilometers of territory that was held by Mr. Zelensky’s forces. This despite the fact that in the preceding 30 days of Ukraine’s counter-offensive they moved a few meters here and there forward. So the result is a disastrous Ukrainian counter-offensive they started and a new offensive by the Russians and the Ukrainian manpower reserves are depleted. The West can supply all of the equipment he wishes to Ukraine, but Ukraine no longer has the manpower to use it and to wage a successful war.
​  ​In recent days we understand that the United States is giving little signals that it is going to push Ukraine into negotiations with Russia to end the war.
The signals came from Jake Sullivan speaking to reporters when he accompanied Biden on his way to Europe for the meeting in Vilnius. It was an unequivocal: For the first time in months, Russia was not spoken of in hostile terms. President Putin was not reviled and cursed. They were taken in very neutral language about Russia, which is the purest, the most obvious signal that the United States is ready to negotiate. And that is the end of the whole issue.
​  ​Negotiations for as far as Russia is concerned mean one thing. Territorial boundaries are not the important issue. Ukraine becoming neutral! It is no longer not only have no NATO alliance, but it is on its inability to maintain any foreign troops or institutions on its territory. That will be the non-negotiable Russian demand for any peace and with that NATO goes out the window.

​  ​Bloomberg is just out with a devastating behind-the-scenes account of a hot-headed Zelensky at the NATO summit in Vilnius, and the growing Western backlash in the face of his obvious frustration and what's being seen as ingratitude for the steady flow of billions of dollars in arms to Kiev.​..​
​..​Volodymyr Zelenskiy was running hot ahead of his sit-down with NATO leaders on Tuesday evening. The Ukrainian president had been angered earlier in the day by what he said was an "absurd" reluctance to give his country a clear timeline on membership.
​  ​That outburst in turn riled the partners who have funneled billions of dollars of weaponry and aid into Ukraine’s defense against the Russian invasion — the US had been given no warning before Zelenskiy unleashed his attack on social media.​  
[The boy has ​all of his​ skin in this game.]​ ...
​..​And things were even more tense behind the scenes, as Bloomberg writes: "Over dinner in Vilnius, with US President Joe Biden back at his hotel, the other leaders delivered a clear message to Zelenskiy, according to one person who was present. You have to cool down and look at the full package, Zelenskiy was told."

Trump Blasts Cluster Bombs For Ukraine: 'Biden Dragging US Into WW3!'
"Joe Biden should not be dragging us further toward World War III by sending cluster munitions to Ukraine—he should be trying to END the war and stop the horrific death and destruction being caused by an incompetent administration," he said in the Tuesday statement.
"These unexploded cluster munitions will be killing and maiming innocent Ukrainian men, women, and children for decades to come, long after the war—we pray—has ended," Trump continued.

​  ​MbS to Blinken: ‘No’ to Israeli normalization, ‘yes’ to Syrian reconciliation​ 
​  ​Despite the threat of US economic sanctions, MbS tells Blinken that Saudi Arabia will financially invest in Syria as it is in Riyadh's interest to do so.​..​
​..​Regardless of what MbS relayed to Blinken, it appears that Washington will continue to pressure its allies to reach normalization agreements with Israel, a policy crafted to isolate Palestinians and their demands for a just, negotiated solution.
​  ​The US will also continue to seek to tighten its devastating economic blockade of Syria in order to prevent the government in Damascus from extending its authority over all of its territory, to obstruct the post-war reconstruction of the country, or to force Syria to change its strategic direction. Despite the war’s end, Washington still hopes to extract concessions from Syria that it could not force through military means.

China Warns NATO Must Not Ever Expand Into Asia-Pacific​  
(Failing at one w​a​r, so ​arrange for another.)
Beijing on Wednesday vowed a "resolute response" if NATO should ever expand this far east. China's mission to the European Union issued a scathing statement following the NATO communique published Tuesday. "The China-related content of the communique disregards basic facts, wantonly distorts China’s position and policies, and deliberately discredits China. We firmly oppose and reject this," China's diplomats said.

​  ​New report suggests COVID was deliberately released during 2019 Military Games in China  (This can also be a planted story, US  damage-control.)
 The Military World Games were held in the now-infamous city of Wuhan from October 18 to October 27, 2019, just before the Covid pandemic erupted around the world.
  Many of the 9,308 athletes representing 109 countries who participated in the Games — among the most healthy and fit members of the human population — came back with flu symptoms. Now, a new report suggests that they may have been deliberately infected with Covid.
  The report comes from Jennifer Zeng, a Chinese dissident journalist who interviewed an informant close to Dr. Shan Chao (单超 ), who serves as the deputy director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s high containment lab.
  According to the informant, Dr. Shan relayed that he had been given four variants of SARS-CoV-2 in February 2019 by his boss and was asked to determine which one was the most infectious to humans. These “bioweapons” — as he called them — were not natural variants but had been engineered in the lab, he said.  Dr. Shan further reported that several of his colleagues were absent from their regular workstations during the 2019 Military World Games in Wuhan. One later explained to him that they had been sent ostensibly to “check the hygiene conditions” of the hotels where the athletes were staying, but that their real purpose was the spread the coronavirus that he had identified as most infectious.
  Zeng’s informant’s exact words were, “One of the guys was asked to inoculate people from other countries during the event so that they can be infected and carry the pathogen back to the country they came from with only minor symptoms, which is pretty common in late autumn.”

There was an unexplained outbreak of a respiratory virus near Ft. Detrick, Maryland in June and July 2019, which killed some people in a retirement community. Ft. Detrick Level 4 viral lab was closed for a "breach" that July. Do you remember "vape lung" from that fall? I covered Ft. Detrick here in 2021.

RFK Jr: CIA Was Involved In Funding Wuhan COVID Leak Lab
“I think the CIA was involved certainly in this research”

​  Only 70% of American adults know who Bobby Kennedy Jr. is. I asked 3 ladies who work in an office what they think about him Monday. Two didn't know who he was, and one did not like him, but gave no specifics (likely vaccine differences).​
​  ​National Poll Shows RFK Jr. Tops All Other Politicians In Net Approval-Rating
​  ​The  Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll taken during 14-15 June 2023, shows the following net approval rating (“Favorable” minus “Unfavorable”) for all of the listed possible candidates:
+21% Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
+9% Elon Musk
+9% Tim Scott
+8% Vivek Ramaswamy
+5% Ron DeSantis
+4% Nikki Haley
-1% Bernie Sanders
-3% Donald Trump, Doug Bergum, Ted Cruz​ ...
 and just gets worse from there.

​Meryl Nass MD:
​  ​Yesterday, not surprisingly, the Judge in the Missouri v. Biden case denied the government’s motion to stay the injunction forbidding it from censoring Americans. He’s being careful; he typed up a well-drafted, thirteen-page order. In this new order, in showing that the government was likely to lose, Judge Doughty provided examples of clear censorship from each of the following federal agencies: the White House, the Surgeon General and his staff, the CDC, the NIAID, the FBI, the CISA, and the State Department.
​  ​The government’s misconduct was so widespread, one wonders what the federal government was doing during the pandemic apart from censoring Americans.
​  ​Sometimes it only takes reading one sentence in an order to tell which way the Court plans to go. Here’s that one sentence from this order:
CISA Director Jen Easterly views the word “infrastructure” [expansively] to include our “cognitive infrastructure,” which deals with the way people acquire knowledge and understanding.
​  ​Easterly’s remark was not just a throwaway line. CISA is part of Homeland Security, which has jurisdiction over the Nation’s “critical infrastructure.” Easterly meant that “cognitive infrastructure” — our collective brains and the thoughts in them — are part of the country’s critical infrastructure and thus subject to HomeSec oversight and control.

​  ​Orwell himself would never have believed that a real, unelected, unaccountable government official said something that sinister.

  Antivaxxers Blamed for "Hijacking Data" as Birth Rates Continue to Decline in Australia and Sweden , Igor Chudov
​  ​Birth rates dropped 15% compared to 2021:

  Australia’s News.Com.Au has an article about it, and they blame… climate change!
  Australian National University demographer Dr Liz Allen said the drop in births was due to a combination of factors, both personal and external – in particular, concerns about housing, cost of living, and climate change. “Climate change has been cited by young people in Australia, and other similar countries, as a major concern and barrier to having children,” Dr Allen told
  “The fear of uncertainty owing to growing weather and climate extremes means young people are calling it quits on children citing ethical concerns.”
I am unsure if Dr. Allen realizes or cares that “climate concerns” are anything but new. What is new is the “safe and effective” Covid vaccine forced on young Australian men and women in 2021 and 2022, but I digress...

​  No, wait a minute. I'm still trying to get word out about the WHO Treaty "update" that will supercede elected governments and citizen's rights when Biden signs it!​
​  ​UN Set to Launch ‘Global Shocks’ Plan Just Prior to US Presidential Election
​  ​The powerful United Nations is now seeking to increase its influence worldwide by seizing global “emergency” powers, and President Joe Biden supports their proposal.
​  ​Interestingly, the U.N. proposal would begin September 2024, a mere two months before a highly anticipated general election in the U.S.
​  ​The global organization will host a “Summit of the Future” where associated nations will adopt a so-called “Pact for the Future.”
The “pact,” or agreement, would set in place multiple policy reforms offered by the U.N. in past years as part of its “Our Common Agenda” platform.

​  Jerry Cott Ph.D. lectures on Omega 3 fatty acids in the diet for newborn brain development, avoidance of pregnancy-related depression, rage management, treatment of bipolar and unipolar depression and healing after traumatic brain injury.​
Jerry Cott PhD discusses Nutrition and Psychiatric conditions IAOMT 2011 Las Vegas

​Prepared to Engage (picturing Jenny dog-sitting Zelda)​

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