Russia flexes its military muscles

Is Russia under a Zionist threat? Can its military match up to NATO?

Russia has been able to counter pressure from the West
Russia flexes its military muscles

Russia has been able to counter pressure from the West

This is the fourth part in a five part series on Russia. For the first four, click here.

[dropcap color=”#008040″ boxed=”yes” boxed_radius=”8px” class=”” id=””]R[/dropcap]ussia has already shown its military prowess against the West, particularly Europe, by conducting exercises.  In 2016, it has conducted 100 military exercises.  In addition, it has placed 10 regiments of Russian Strategic missile forces on high alert in Novosibirsk, Ivanovo, Kirov, Sverdlovsk, Irkutsk regions, Altai territory, and Republic of Mari El. Russia has also strengthened its nuclear air-raid shelters.  Russia is on a war footing.22

Under the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty of 1987, Russia and the US agreed to limit the range of land-based missiles to 500 kms.  Consequently Russia has equipped sea-based missiles with a range of over 1500 kms.  At a September 29, 2014 meeting, the littoral countries of the Caspian Sea agreed to exclude others from the use of the sea.  In the Syrian war, Russia launched these deadly missiles from this sea and hit targets in Syria.  Russia has also fitted long-range missiles similar to those used by Varshavyanda subs to small nimble ships (950 tons).  Russia claims that it has a system with 9 Bunyans that can destroy 72 targets over 1500 kms away with one salvo.23

These exercises and weapons have Eurasia, Palestine and the southern Mediterranean in sight, at gunpoint.  The exercises in the Baltic are centered on Sweden, Russia’s traditional rival.  Russia claims that it can overcome Baltic cities in 36 hours.  The Black Sea too can be easily blocked.

[dropcap color=”#008040″ boxed=”yes” boxed_radius=”8px” class=”” id=””]T[/dropcap]o counteract NATO’s threat to Russia’s Near Abroad, Russia is returning to Latin America with ballistic missiles and bases.24  Russian Defense Minister says that he has to cooperate with Cuba, Brazil, Nicaragua, and, Venezuela.  The Russian view is that with Chinese cooperation, it can tackle any military adversary.

As in the West, Russia has intensified buying out loyalty with aid.  Russia provides Cyprus with 80% of its foreign investment, valued at € 2.5 billion, at a time when it is experiencing a financial crisis.  France’s right wing leader Marine Le Pen received a loan of €9 million.  Milos Zeman’s campaign for the Czech presidency which he won was bankrolled by Lukol.25   Russia also backed Hungary’s third largest party, Jobbik.

By deduction, Russia is reacting rather successfully to pressure from the West, whose main competitor is the BRICS coalition.

[dropcap color=”#008040″ boxed=”yes” boxed_radius=”8px” class=”” id=””]M[/dropcap]eanwhile the Zionist empire is attempting to expand by fair or foul means.  Israel is occupying Palestine.  The Zionists in Ukraine claim that these are their Golden Years: the President and Prime Minister, both belong to the Zionist movement.  Had Khodorkovsky been allowed to function fairly, Russia could have come under the Zionist wing.  Putin is not against its members. In fact, he welcomes them.  Russia has established a Jewish Autonomous Oblast in 1934.  Control of the country is another matter.  The Zionists have considerable control of the US and if one of the potential applicants on the sidelines leads from March onwards, the Zionists will be in control of the most powerful country in the world. The Zionists made an abortive attempt to establish one in Latin America.

If MacGuffin’s interpretation is to be believed, the coloured revolutions, including the Euromaidan one and much more, are being financed by Zionist financiers using non-government organisations and American tax-payer money.26

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  21. Kozin was interviewed by Pravda editor Inna Novikova.

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  23. “Putin prepares bitter and hysterical missile surprise to ‘American partners,’” pravda.ru, 16.1.2015.

  24. Lyuba Lulko, “Russian armed forces returning to Latin America,” pravda.ru, 27.2.2010.

  25. Frank Nelson, “Vladimir Putin’s invisible empire,” telegraph.co.uk, 22. 2016.

  26. James B. MacGuffin, “Soros – Doctor Evil,” pravda.ru, 19.1.2016.

Henry D'Souza is a prolific author who has written over 60 papers and 4 books, of which 2 books, 1 booklet and 28 papers were published. He is a distinguished sportsman, having represented Kenya in Field Hockey and also played tennis for the country.

Henry currently resides in Canada.

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