Biden regime and complicit congressional Dem lunatics in charge of the Washington asylum are pushing things more recklessly for possible war on multiple fronts with nonbelligerent/nonthreatening Russia, China and Iran on their mind.
Unlike the more tempest in a teapot than 1962 missiles in October crisis, the risk of global war today is greater than any time since WW II ended.
In the aftermath of the so-called Cuban missile crisis, Jack Kennedy said he “never had the slightest intention of” pushing things for possible war with Soviet Russia.
After taking office in January 1961, he transformed himself from warrior to peacemaker.
Wanting nuclear weapons eliminated before they eliminate us, he called for ending the Cold War.
He wanted an end to use of US might to force Pax Americana on the world community of nations — followed by a “general and complete disarmament.”
For the above and related reasons, CIA hitmen assassinated him on November 22, 1963 — one of many days in US history that will live in infamy forever more.
Dominant Biden regime hardliners are worlds apart different from America’s 35th president — the last one to genuinely favor peace over endless wars on invented enemies, notably since the Clinton crime family ran things.
Since taking office after usurping power in November 2020, the Biden regime has been stoking trouble in multiple parts of the world.
At this time, relations with Russia are especially hostile, tensions greatly heightened.
On Thursday, Sergey Lavrov said the following:
US-dominated Western regimes aim “to impede the natural course of history.”
“In a futile attempt to preserve a vanishing dominance, (they’re) striving to replace universally accepted norms of international law, including the UN Charter, with the notorious ‘rules-based order.’ ”
“Acting outside the UN and other universal organizations, they create various limited ad hoc coalitions and arbitrarily attribute to them the right to speak and act on behalf of the entire international community.”
“Obviously, this egotistical approach does not help maintain mutual trust in the name of resolving today’s many problems.”
It “risks…conflict between major world players possessing nuclear weapons.”
What’s going on is worlds apart from Russia’s pursuit of peace and stability, according to the rule of law.
Seeking cooperative relations with other countries is in stark contrast to hegemon USA’s aim to control them — by brute force if other methods fail.
“Russia will continue pursuing an independent foreign policy under any circumstances,” Lavrov stressed, adding:
“At the same time, we continue to be one of the key guarantors of the UN-centric international legal system created after World War II.”
“We are making a real, tangible contribution to the strengthening of global security in all of its dimensions, using primarily political and diplomatic instruments based on the strict observance of international law.”
On the same day, Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov warned that hegemon USA risks creating a crisis far greater than the 1962 missiles of October.
In stark contrast to Moscow’s aim for cooperative relations with the world community of nations, US foreign policy against nations free from its control prioritizes “blackmail, threats, and sanctions” — risking war over going the other way.
Months earlier, Vladimir Putin warned the US against deploying intermediate-range missiles in Europe in the aftermath of Trump’s withdrawal from the INF Treaty.
If both sides deploy nuclear-capable missiles in range of each other’s territory, war by accident or design could follow.
“Is (the Biden regime pursuing) ideological confrontation similar to…Cold War” years, Putin asked?
“We surely have mutual complaints, conflicting approaches to some issues, but that is no reason to escalate things to a stand-off” that risks mutually assured destruction.
If hegemon USA threatens Russia by targeting its cities with nuclear-armed missiles or in other ways, Russia’s superior super-weapons, including hypersonic ones, will be readied to retaliate in response to US/NATO aggression if launched.
“With speeds we are capable of, we can place our ships far away from the territorial waters or even the exclusive economic zone of a certain nation,” Putin explained, adding:
“They can be in neutral waters, far in the ocean. Nobody can forbid naval ships and submarines to be there.”
“Russia will be forced to create and deploy weapon systems, which can be used not only against the territories from which this direct threat would be projected, but also against those territories where decision centers are located, from which an order to use those weapons against us may come.”
“We know how to do it, and we will implement those plans without a delay (if) relevant threats against us materialize.”
During their December discussion by video link-up, Putin told the fake Biden that Russia wants “reliable and firm legal guarantees” that rule out further US expansion of NATO near Russia’s borders — nor deployment of “offensive strike weapons systems in countries adjacent to Russia.”
Sergey Lavrov raised concerns about “significant units and armaments from NATO countries, including American and British…mov(ing) closer to our borders.”
He accused hegemon USA and subservient NATO regimes of encouraging…Ukraine…to engage in” anti-Russia actions, stressing:
What’s going on and escalating risks unthinkable East/West confrontation.
Russia prioritizes dialogue over provocations that heighten tensions.
US-dominated NATO pursues the other way around, a policy for risking global war.