Whatever is Coming, is Coming VERY soon: State TV Crews Ordered to Donetsk

Film crews of Russian federal channels are going to Donetsk, Ukraine. Why? They themselves do not know!

Several reporters from such outlets are saying they were “ordered to move forward and wait.”

That means the Russian government knows something is coming because THEY are going to do it, and they want TV crews there to see it, video record it, and report it.

Whatever’s coming in Ukraine, is coming very, VERY soon.

Once “it” begins, the real issue is what the other side – Ukraine and/or NATO – will do? And it is that reaction/response which will determine what comes next, including full scale war.

We got a hint at how things will go today when the Polish Minister of National Defense announced that “several dozen” US F-15 and F-16 fighter jets arrived in Poland today as a part of the @US_EUCOM air forces rapid transfer.

If war commences, who it involves will determine who gets hit; including what COUNTRIES get hit.

This thing could go so far out of control, and so fast, humanity could be stupefied at the level of violence. More Information Here!!

#Video: #Russia Nuclear threat to #Ukraine Russia massive #military buildup on border current events April 2021

Apr 16, 2021
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Biden backs down on USA Navy deployment to black sea due to Putin Russia threatened Biden to stay out of massive Russian military buildup at Ukraine Border – USA cancels Black Sea deployment over Russian aggression against Ukraine


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UPDATED: 18:05 EDT, 13 April 2021

The current state of Russia-US relations and certain pressing items on the international agenda were discussed in detail. Joseph Biden confirmed the previously transmitted invitation to the President of Russia to take part in the virtual Leaders Summit on Climate, which will be held on April 22–23.

Both presidents expressed their willingness to continue the dialogue on the critical areas of ensuring global security, which would meet the interests not only of Russia and the United States, but the entire international community. In addition, Joseph Biden expressed interest in normalising the state of affairs on the bilateral track and establishing stable and predictable interaction on pressing matters such as ensuring strategic stability and arms control, Iran’s nuclear programme, the situation in Afghanistan, and global climate change.

In this context, the US President suggested considering the possibility of holding a personal summit meeting in the foreseeable future.

When exchanging views on the internal Ukrainian crisis, Vladimir Putin outlined approaches to a political settlement based on the Minsk Package of Measures.

It was agreed to instruct the relevant departments to work through the issues raised during the telephone conversation. More Information Here!!

#Video: #Russian Servicemen Make AMAZING 50-Kilometre (32 Miles) Ski March In Full Equipment

Mar 25, 2021
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Russian servicemen make a 50-kilometre ski march preparing for legendary Sayan March.
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The below graphic is the forecast for Wednesday, Feb. 17:

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Temperature departures of 20C below the winter average will grip much of North America and Russia, with North Africa and eastern Asia also copping nation-spanning blasts of anomalous cold.

The mercury within the Arctic region itself is forecast to rise above average, but this is an expected phenomenon during times of low solar activity as a weak and wavy “meridional” jet stream flow diverts that frigid polar cold south.

“When solar activity is HIGH, the jet stream is tight and stable and follows somewhat of a straight path. But when solar activity is LOW, that meandering band of air flowing 6 miles above our heads becomes weak and wavy, it effectively buckles which diverts frigid Polar air to atypically low latitudes and replaces it with warmer tropical air

Lighting hiccups

Although the Olympic flame is supposed to be eternal, problems with the lighting mechanism have caused it to go out several times.

In 2012, officials had to hastily relight the flame from a stand-by “mother flame” when it vanished from the side of Paralympic badminton star David Follett’s wheelchair in blustery weather in southwest England.

Olympic torches made by a Russian missile manufacturer for the Sochi Winter Games in 2014 were dogged with problems, going out several times and having to be discretely relit by secret service officers. Read More!!

As Russia’s state-backed TASS news describes, the defense ministry on the same day deployed a mobile coastal defense anti-ship system in Crimea.

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A mobile coastal defense anti-ship system Bastion has carried out a march to a deployment site in Crimea within the framework of an exercise being held against the backdrop of the US destroyer Donald Cook’s visit to the Black Sea, the Black Sea Fleet’s information support office said on Thursday.

Crucially the Russian military press release noted that the mobile systems are armed with anti-ship missiles, and are currently prepping for joint drills with Russia Black Sea frigates. “Combat crews arrived in the designated area, readied the systems for combat and carried out preparations for virtual fire,” the TASS report continued.

Despite a bright spot in US-Russian relations coming this week with each side’s negotiators firming up an agreed upon 5-year extension of the landmark New Start strategic nuclear weapons reduction treaty, the White House has still made clear this week it intends to keep up significant pressure on Russia.

And further on Friday national security adviser Jake Sullivan said that things are going to be “difficult” with Russia. “On Russia, you know, President Biden takes a clear eyed hard edit practical approach to this relationship. It is going to be challenging and difficult because Russia poses threats across multiple dimensions and part of our inheritance,” Sullivan said.

“We will have to be able to impose costs and consequences for Russia’s aggressive behavior and threats to the United States and our allies and at the same time be able to have credible serious clear-eyed negations with them on hard strategic stability issues,” he added.

…So get ready for four years of Democrat-led “Russia, Russia, Russia!” foreign policy talking points and escalation, if this week is any sign of things to come.

Russia Deploys Crimea Missile System As Three US Warships Enter Black Sea

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On Thursday a guided-missile destroyer, the USS Porter, was the third American naval vessel to have entered the Black Sea over the past week, with the other two – the USS Donald Cook and USNS Laramie – having been there since Sunday. It’s a significant build-up coming a mere week after Joe Biden entered the White House.

“The US Navy has three warships operating in the Black Sea, stepping up its presence in the region after a drop in overall NATO maritime activity there last year,” Stars and Stripes reports late this week. “The destroyer USS Porter began its transit into the sea Thursday in support of NATO efforts, joining two other Navy vessels conducting operations in the strategic waterway, the Naples, Italy-based 6th Fleet said.”

While a beefed up US warship presence in the Black Sea is nothing new, given that as Stars and Stripes has noted the US Navy spent over 80 days in the Black Sea last year, Russia has certainly taken notice.

After a lengthy withdrawal process, the US exit from the treaty was finalized six months later, on November 21.

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Russia has denied breaching the treaty, while foreign heads of state have tried, unsuccessfully so far, to persuade both countries to recommit to the deal.

As AP reported:

The European Union has urged the US to reconsider and called on Russia to stay in the pact and lift flight restrictions, notably over its westernmost Kaliningrad region, which lies between NATO allies Lithuania and Poland.

Russia has argued that the limits on flights over Kaliningrad, which hosts sizable military forces, are permissible under the treaty’s terms, noting that the U.S. has imposed more sweeping restrictions on observation flights over Alaska.

As a condition for staying in the pact after the U.S. pullout, Moscow sought guarantees from NATO allies that they wouldn’t transfer the data collected during their observation flights over Russia to the U.S., but was unsuccessful.

“Moscow has warned that the U.S. withdrawal will erode global security by making it more difficult for governments to interpret the intentions of other nations, particularly amid Russia-West tensions after the Russian annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea in 2014,” AP noted.

Leonid Slutsky, head of the foreign affairs committee in the lower house of the Russian parliament, said Friday that Russia is willing to reverse its decision to pull out of the Open Skies Treaty if the U.S. rejoins the agreement, the news outlet reported.

Following U.S. President-elect Joe Biden’s win in the 2020 election, Rep. Don Beyer (D-Va.) said that Trump’s withdrawal from the pact was just “another example of his failed go-it-alone foreign policy” that left the world a more dangerous place.

“The Trump doctrine of alienating our friends, withdrawing from agreements like the Iran deal and the Paris accord, and weakening our alliances makes America less safe,” Beyer said at the time.

The congressman added that he hoped Biden would “be able to heal much of the damage Trump has done” and said: “In the meantime, I’m working to build support in Congress for diplomatic reengagement, including rejoining the Open Skies Treaty.”

Russia is now taking the requisite steps to pull out of the pact “due to the lack of progress in removing the obstacles for the treaty’s functioning in the new conditions,” said the country’s foreign ministry.

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A formal exit from the treaty now depends on the outcome of a vote in the Russian parliament.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo first declared Washington’s intention to leave the pact last May, citing alleged Russian violations. As Common Dreams reported at the time, nuclear experts, anti-war activists, and policymakers from around the world denounced the Trump administration’s move as reckless.

As John Tierney, a former Democratic congressman who now serves as executive director of the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, said in a May statement: “The Open Skies Treaty has built trust, provided stability, and eased tensions between the United States, Russia, and 32 other countries across the Euro-Atlantic region. The transparency it provides has helped prevent miscalculations and misunderstandings that could have otherwise led to conflict.”

Global Zero, an international movement to eliminate nuclear weapons, called Trump’s May decision dangerous, saying it “greatly increases the risk of accidental or unintended conflict that could escalate, perhaps even to the nuclear level.” Win Without War added to the chorus, warning at the time that abandoning the pact “puts us further down the path of nuclear brinkmanship” and “brings us one step closer to nuclear disaster.”