Biden Regime to Escalate War on Russia by Other Means?
Last December, Biden regime officials falsely accused Russia of cyberattacking US private organizations, the Treasury, Commerce, and other departments in Washington.
Like virtually always before when US accusations surface against invented enemies, no corroborating evidence supports them because none exists.
Phony charges are made to unjustifiably justify US war on Russia, China, Iran, and other invented enemies by hot and/or other means.
On March, Brussels in cahoots with the Biden regime imposed unlawful sanctions on “high-profile” Russian officials — based on phony claims about poisoning Navalny.
Vowing more sanctions to come over Russian cyberattacks and US election meddling — phony accusations, not legitimate ones — a planted NYT report said the Biden regime intends cyberattacking Russian networks.
Based on US supplied talking points, a virtual Biden regime press release, the Times said the following:
White House “responses will start to define how (it intends to) escalat(e) cyberconflict and whether (it) can find a way to impose a steeper penalty on rivals who regularly exploit vulnerabilities in government and corporate defenses to spy, steal information and potentially damage critical components of the nation’s infrastructure (sic).”
All of the above reads like bad fiction. No evidence supports the phony accusations.
The Times claimed they’ll be used as a pretext for “clandestine actions across Russian networks…to be evident to…Putin and his intelligence services and military but not to the wider world,” adding:
More US sanctions are coming.
They’re weapons of war by other means that aim to impose economic harm, immiserate ordinary people, and otherwise damage targeted countries.
Virtually all new millennium US/EU accusations against Russia were phony. No evidence supports them.
Yet they repeatedly surface with disturbing regularity.
In response to what’s going on and likely coming, Moscow will surely respond in its own way at times of its choosing.
Based on phony accusations, the Times said “Biden’s national security team (prioritizes) deter(ing) (nonexisting Russian) cyberattacks, adding:
Biden “promised that the (nonexistent) Russian attack would not ‘go unanswered.’ ”
His regime’s “reactions in the coming weeks will be a test of his ability to assert American power” against invented enemies like Russia, China and Iran.
US policymakers are hostile to peace, stability, cooperative relations with other countries and the rule of law.
A state of perpetual war by hot and/or other means continues.
Biden regime hardliners have no intention of softening or ending longstanding US war on humanity.
Raging at home and abroad, things will likely escalate ahead.
Is greater US hot war coming? According to US war secretary Austin:
“We’ll strike if that’s what we think we need to do at a time and place of our own choosing.”
“We demand the right to protect our troops (sic).”
Does the Biden regime have more war on Iraq, Syria, and/or attacking Iran in mind?
Whatever its hardliners intend, pretexts will be invented to continue endless US war on humanity with no end of it in prospect.
My two Wall Street books are timely reading:
“How Wall Street Fleeces America: Privatized Banking, Government Collusion, and Class War”
“Banker Occupation: Waging Financial War on Humanity”