Are You Ready to Rock? Mother Russia Test Fires Nuclear-Capable ICBM

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 5, 2014

This is not a game, Mr. Obongo.
This is not a game, Mr. Obongo.

Things have just gotten heavy.

Amid rising tensions over the Ukraine situation, Russia has tested a nuclear-capable Intercontinental Ballistic Missile.

After having taken a step back on Tuesday, and recalled troops who were running drills on the Western border back to their bases, Tsar Vladimir appears to want to make it absolutely clear that he is not playing a game, and he will not be bullied by the weird homosexual black President of America and his Jewish masters.

From the Sunday Morning Herald:

Russia’s Strategic Rocket Forces launched an RS-12M Topol missile from the southerly Astrakhan region and the dummy warhead hit its target at a proving ground in Kazakhstan, Defence Ministry spokesman Igor Yegorov told state-run news agency RIA. The launch site near the Volga River is about 450 kilometres east of the Ukrainian border.

The 20-metre long RS-12M, known in NATO parlance as the SS-25 Sickle, was first put in service in 1985, six years before the collapse of the Soviet Union, and is designed to carry a nuclear warhead. Its range is over 10,000 kilometres.

Meanwhile, Zbigniew Brzezinski is calling for NATO forces to be put on high alert, saying the US should invade if Russia makes another move, apparently saying that Putin has a plan to invade Romania, Poland and the Baltic.

Zbigniew Brzezinski pictured with Osama bin Laden, who he helped train to fight the Soviets.
Zbigniew Brzezinski pictured with Osama bin Laden, who he helped train to fight the Soviets.

He even called him the H-word.

From his op-ed in the Washington Post:

Much depends on how clearly the West conveys to the dictator in the Kremlin — a partially comical imitation of Mussolini and a more menacing reminder of Hitler — that NATO cannot be passive if war erupts in Europe . If Ukraine is crushed while the West is simply watching, the new freedom and security in bordering Romania, Poland and the three Baltic republics would also be threatened.

This does not mean that the West, or the United States, should threaten war. But Russia’s unilateral and menacing acts mean the West should promptly recognize the current government of Ukraine as legitimate. Uncertainty regarding its legal status could tempt Putin to repeat his Crimean charade. The West also should convey — privately at this stage, so as not to humiliate Russia — that the Ukrainian army can count on immediate and direct Western aid so as to enhance its defensive capabilities. There should be no doubt left in Putin’s mind that an attack on Ukraine would precipitate a prolonged and costly engagement, and Ukrainians should not fear that they would be left in the lurch.

Meanwhile, NATO forces, consistent with the organization’s contingency planning, should be put on alert. High readiness for some immediate airlift to Europe of U.S. airborne units would be politically and militarily meaningful. If the West wants to avoid a conflict, there should be no ambiguity in the Kremlin as to what might be precipitated by further adventurist use of force in the middle of Europe.

Thankfully, at this point the US is doing nothing at all, save making empty threats… and moving troops to a new Black Sea base in Romania.

Putin is running circles around the black President, getting the people of the world on his side.

He has made it clear that if Obama wants a war, he is going to have one.  And with China backing Putin, the West would have little chance of coming out victorious.

The situation in the Ukraine was started by the West, when they first decided to sponsor a revolution in the Ukraine.  At his press conference on the situation, he spoke of the pattern of Western manipulation of Slavic affairs.

“This is not the first time they’ve done this in the Ukraine.” he said, referencing 2004’s ‘Orange Revolution,’ which was America’s first attempt to seize control of the Ukriane. “I think they sit there, across the pond, in the US – sometimes it seems to me they are in a lab, and they are running all sorts of experiments on the rats, without understanding the consequences of what they’re doing.  Why would they do that?  Nobody can explain it.”

He also suggested that the snipers who were shooting at the revolutionaries may have been a false flag, involving agent provocateurs from the Western opposition.  As we know that the IDF was in there playing a key role in operations of the revolutionaries, this wouldn’t be terribly surprising.

The US and Europe pumped cash into this violent revolution, where 20,000-odd paid agents overthrew the government, and somehow, they are capable of making the claim that it was “the will of the people,” with John Kerry yesterday repeating the insane lie that the “protestors” were peaceful.

"Freedom and democracy"
“Freedom and democracy”

As if the leaked Victoria Nuland phone conversation was not enough, the hacked email account of Jewish boxer Vitali Klitschko showed that the entire scene was being stage-managed, with paid agents as actors.  Exchanges with a Lithuanian Presidential adviser demonstrate that this Jew was intentionally destabilizing the country, while getting funding and orders from abroad.

November 27, 2014
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January 9, 2014

Surely, funding a terrorist revolution must violate this “international law” that Obongo keeps going on about?

Surely, this infamous “international community” must look down on the practice of subverting another nations democratic process through violence, mustn’t they?

Conversely, Russia’s occupation of Crimea is perfectly legal.

The people of Crimea definitely appear to feel good about the occupation.
The people of Crimea definitely appear to feel good about the occupation.


Ukraine’s statement at the UN that 16,000 Russian soldiers have been deployed to Crimea has caused a frenzy among Western media which chooses to ignore that those troops have been there since the late 1990s in accordance with a Kiev-Moscow agreement.

Western media describes the situation in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea as if a full-scale Russian invasion were under way, with headlines like: “Ukraine says Russia sent 16,000 troops to Crimea” and “Ukraine crisis deepens as Russia sends more troops into Crimea,” as well as “What can Obama do about Russia’s invasion of Crimea?”

It seems they have chosen to simply ignore the fact that those Russian troops have been stationed in Crimea for over a decade.

Russia’s representative to the UN, Vitaly Churkin, reminded on Tuesday that the deal surrounding the Black Sea Fleet allows Russia to station a contingent of up to 25,000 troops in Ukraine. However, US and British media have mostly chosen to turn a deaf ear.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov underlined that the country’s military “strictly executes the agreements, which stipulate the Russian fleet’s presence in Ukraine, and follows the stance and claims coming from the legitimate authority in Ukraine and in this case the legitimate authority of the Autonomous Republic Crimea as well.”

This whole thing is getting out of control very quickly.

I am hereby requesting that Obama offers a full surrender to Russia, and step down as President.  We need to be allowed to hold new elections, wherein we can elect an individual who is not intent on destroying the whole planet in a rabid quest to gain the approval of the Jewish parasite.