Putin to Use Chemical, Biological and Cyber Weapons? US Wants Russia Tied Down in Protracted War

Since usurping power by brazen election fraud, the illegitimate Biden regime has been waging war on multiple fronts at home and abroad.

Topping the list of geopolitical threats is US war on Russia by other means — along with hot war by proxy Ukrainian forces against 

Donbass along its border. 

What escalated in response to Moscow’s special military operation against Nazified Ukraine pushed things perilously closer to direct US confrontation with Russia than any previous time in modern memory.

Unparalleled sanctions war along with proxy hot war on Donbass by Kiev forces risks possible clashes between Russian and US forces if dominant Biden regime hardliners push things too far.

At the dawn of a new year, who would have imagined that greatly escalated hot war in Europe’s heartland was close at hand.

What seemed unthinkable is today’s reality.

Will direct confrontation between the world’s dominant nuclear powers be the next shoe to drop?

Will 2022 be the year when decades of US cold war on Russia turned hot?

Fever pitch anti-Russia venom is so intense that indeed what’s been unthinkable throughout the post-WW II period could almost overnight be turned on its head by accident or design.

Inflammatory claims about Russia include unjustifiable accusations of war crimes in Ukraine.

The Biden and other Western regimes may call for judicial proceedings against Vladimir Putin and other Russian officials at a Nuremberg-style tribunal.

In early March, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) held “a hearing on (phony) allegations of genocide under the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Ukraine v. Russian Federation),” according to the US Information Service.

In response, Russia’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said the following on March 7:

“(S)tatements were made today regarding the hearings in The Hague in which Ukraine is trying to use the International Court of Justice.” 

“We decided against participation in the hearings.” 

“These hearings are not meant for discussing the issues Ukraine is trying to raise.” 

“It’s customary tactic.” 

“We believe that the court has no jurisdiction of the subject of the special military operation, which the Ukrainian side wants to be considered.”

Russia explained its position to the ICJ in writing.

In early March, the UN Human Rights Council established a commission to investigate phony Russian human rights violations.

The vote followed heavy Biden regime pressure, bullying and threats on UNHRC member states to back the resolution.

Ignoring years of Ukraine’s crimes of war and against humanity on four million Donbass residents, its persecution of all things Russia domestically, the resolution turned reality on its head.

It falsely condemned “human rights violations and abuses and violations of international humanitarian law resulting from the Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine (sic).”

On Monday at a Business Roundtable event, dementia Joe’s double continued his war of words on Russia as follows, saying:

“They are…suggesting that Ukraine has biological and chemical weapons in Ukraine.” 

“That’s a clear sign (that Putin is) considering using both of those (sic),” adding:

“The magnitude of Russia’s cyber capacity is fairly consequential and it’s coming (sic).”

Claiming that Moscow is “exploring options for potential cyberattacks” was a bald-faced Big Lie.

According to the Biden regime’s deputy national security adviser for cyber and emerging technology, Anne Neuberger, no evidence exists to suggest the risk of Russian cyberwar on the US.

The fake Biden warned of “severe consequences” in response to Russian cyberattacks or use of banned weapons on US interests.

No evidence suggests that the Russian Federation ever employed dirty tactics or other hostile actions against other nations — or intends to against Ukraine or anyone else.

Russia’s compliance with the rule of law is in stark contrast to flagrant breaches by the US throughout its history.

Time and again from inception, the US used chemical, biological, radiological, and other banned weapons.

US genocide against Native Americans included infecting them with deadly diseases.

Its earliest form of biological warfare included use of smallpox infected blankets against their people.

During America’s Civil War, both sides used chemical weapons, including chlorine gas.

In WW I, German, British, French and US forces used artillery shells containing chemical toxins.

Substances included mustard gas, phosgene, dianisidine chlorosulfate, xylyl bromide, chorine and toxic tear gas.

Throughout WW II, the US used banned weapons with mass extermination of unwanted people in mind.

From war’s end in 1945 to the present day, the pattern repeated against virtually all US invented enemies worldwide.

For over two years, the US-dominated West has been waging unparalleled biowarfare domestically and abroad by kill shots and all else flu-covid related with eliminating billions of unwanted people in mind worldwide.

Separately, the Biden regime has gone all out to perpetuate endless war on Donbass along Russia’s borders.

It ordered vassal state Ukraine to refrain from yielding to Russia’s conflict resolution terms.

In less than so many words, interventionist Blinken’s spokesman Price virtually admitted it.

US policy on Ukraine revealed it by continuing to pour weapons and related equipment into the country with no end to perpetual war in mind.

White House press secretary Psaki affirmed by saying that Biden regime strategy includes no end to continued weapons shipments to Ukraine.

They’re sent for protracted US proxy war on Russia.

It’s waged by using Ukrainian troops to attack Donbass along its border, as well as against Russian forces in Ukraine by Nazified battalions — embedded behind civilians as human shields.

A Final Comment

In response to phony Biden regime accusations against Russia, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov minced no words, saying:

“The Russian Federation, unlike many western (regimes), including the US, does not engage in banditry at the state level.”

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