Russia Says NATO in Ukraine Would Force a Reaction, As Russian Sino-Friendship Rises

“What would you do if you were scuba diving and found a treasure chest and opened it and a killer octopus jumped out, and just then a skeletal ghost pirate with an evil fish sidekick ran up on you, and the ghost pirate stabbed you right in the nipple with his hook hand?” is an equivalent scenario to the sorts that Russia and China are presently gaming out with regards to the potential actions of the ZOG military. ZOG is the Weird Terror.

If the US started a war with the Chinese and then NATO was supposed to fight Russia, would the Europeans go along with this?

At some point, you do have to have the support of your population, on some level. (Unless they’re all vaxed to the max, I guess. But then they’re not gonna be much use in a fight, are they?)


Russia and Belarus have both agreed to “take action” to secure the security of both countries if there were to be any expansion of NATO infrastructure into neighboring Ukraine, the Kremlin revealed on Monday.

At a meeting in Sochi as part of a personal visit by Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, the pair agreed that another move eastwards by the US-led alliance would be met with a strong response, according to the Russian president’s spokesman.

Dmitry Peskov added that the two leaders discussed the subject of Ukraine’s potential accession to the bloc on numerous occasions, and that any kind of move would cross one of Putin’s “‘red lines’ that he has repeatedly spoken about before.” Such an event would require some form of retaliatory action “that would ensure the security of our two allied states,” the press secretary added.

Concerns about Ukraine joining NATO are not new, with Putin clearly stating back in June that Kiev signing up to the organization would be seen as a security threat by Moscow. At the time, he also praised “smart” Ukrainians for opposing any attempts for their country to join the American-controlled bloc, explaining that “they don’t want to be a bargaining chip or cannon fodder.”

Nevertheless, Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky plans to host 15 countries who will take part in a combined military exercise program this month (Combined Efforts-2021), in the publicly announced hope of solidifying NATO’s presence in the Black Sea.

“An unacceptable situation will arise on the border between Russia and Belarus,” Lukashenko said on Monday, further stating that “[The leadership in Ukraine] don’t care about their own people and they don’t hear us expressing these concerns.” He also said that an escalation of the situation could include “the deployment of missiles of appropriate range.”

Meanwhile, Sino-Friendship is rising.


China has said it “strongly opposes” new sanctions against senior Russian officials proposed by lawmakers in Washington, arguing that the US is guilty of double standards when it comes to violations of international law.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry has accused US lawmakers of using human rights as a “pretext” for imposing new anti-Russia measures that undermine recent negotiations between the Kremlin and Washington.

Speaking on Monday, the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s spokeswoman said that “China is strongly against Washington applying unilateral sanctions under the pretext of protecting human rights,” while also stating that the US itself often “violates the provisions of the UN Charter and acts contrary to generally accepted norms of international law.”

Hua Chunying added that the sanctions – which still need to be approved by the Senate before they come into effect – are not only opposed by China and Russia, but also “by a growing number of countries.”

The move to back Moscow and publicly call out Washington comes only days after the Kremlin’s own press secretary labelled the new proposed measures a betrayal of progress made between the two nations during negotiations earlier this year. Dmitry Peskov said that the proposals “would significantly undermine the spirit of Geneva,” referring to the Putin-Biden summit in the Swiss city back in July.

With each day that passes, the likelihood of the United States and NATO being able to win a war with China and Russia lessens.

However, unless ZOG is able to force internal collapse in Russia and China, they don’t really have any choice but to start a war with them.

That’s all I know.

I’m done trying to understand it any further than that until something of some import happens.