It is as if the Czech head of state of 1938 had had the nerves to push back against Germany, and therefore prevent future mass displacement that might hit a Brussels-assimilated Ukraine after the coming European currency collapse. The Euro currency has been emitting smoke clouds since it was hit by peak oil. Like for an office building bombarded with all the fuel for a long distance flight, there is no reliable precedent suggesting how long it will take for its inner structures to melt down. Once that happens, these in the building are done. Any efforts to prolong its existence by territorial gains have drastic effects for the perpetrators, such as the recent choice of the Riga regime, which now appears to be headed towards the same gruesome fate as these in Berlin and Athens. The Yalta invasion cut of that possibility for Ukraine, and absorbed the threat against the Caucasus into a development that makes atomic power consensus against the Caucasian insurrection less likely.
Second, it lays proof that the runaway American agent who attempted to bypass Wikileaks is indeed a defector and not an abolitionist. If Snowdens goal was to win over foreign targets he had harassed as an American agent to the Russian apparatus, then he has blatantly failed. But he made that step for himself and as a result Moscow is pursuing a straightforward Anti-American approach it could not have escalated consistently without that defector. Ironically, his American comrades are now learning that they are worse off than if they had done nothing. Had the Washington regime allowed him to travel to South America, he would have been at some distance from any large bureaucratic rival, yet by attacking Bolivia it brought about a situation clearly to its own disadvantage. The contradictory uttering about „scrambling jets in Europe“ squandered the last remnant of any benefit of the doubt that the word of an American president is not worth the bandwidth used to transmit it.
Although as little of an ally for abolitionists as a manager changing from one corporation to the other is to workers, the man had indeed quit an evil dictatorship compared to which even cronyism-ridden Russia would appear as a beacon of sanity – if it was not for its crimes in the Caucasus. It should be reiterated that even though the Madrid regime regretted its role in the plane hijacking, it was not able to grant the same independence it demands from the Americans to the Basques. Neither was it able to side with Russia on territorial secession or even only articulate a stringent position on the issue. Had the American occupation of Europe already been ended this would not have been possible and even the Washington regime would be better off. Now the Russian invasion has brought about a situation that will only end when the Americans pull out as well. It is an obvious lesson to the useful idiots in Kiev: Join an entity suffering military occupation, and it won´t be long until you suffer it yourself. In this case it is a different one of the WWII allies, as a result of which a balance was restored that had been lost due to the loopholes of the Thatcher treaty.
Third, Britain is not playing any role in the development other than that of the whipping boy of the other spies which unload upon London´s ridiculous failure to penetrate its opponents all over Europe. The genocidal units the Cameron regime has employed for its crimes are now caught between the Russian and the American side and might never recover from that situation. The London madman apparently feels like an European clone of the American apparatus, such as Gaddafi to some extent felt as an African version of his Northern accomplices, but when push comes to shove it is going to be sacrificed by its „big brother across the pond“ for the purpose of spying a little longer until Washington falls as well, and none of its atomic bombs can save it.
Although the European interest to end the occupation and the American one to turn it into an annexation are so fundamentally antagonistic that there is no imaginable bridge between them, neither the Europeans nor the Americans are interested to leave behind such a thing, though for quite different reasons. The struggles to entirely expel the Americans from the European mainland and abolish the likewise parasitic regimes they left behind and the struggle against the Cameron dictatorship have the same perspective, and not only for geographical reasons. The removal of American occupation from Europe can only be part of a larger blowback, and the liberation of the British islands is only possible when its toxic colonial offspring is consequently done with. At the same time the London regime is not taking any active public stance in the restoration of military balance, and like for the Americans its unbearable lies and harassment efforts have squandered any external benefit of the doubt it might have received otherwise.
Effectively Cameron has manoeuvred himself into a position where he does exactly fit the description of a person and its behaviour as „crazy“ provided by the current administrator of the former Catholic papacy as a risk in an unshielded public appearance, after that institution permanently deprecated itself with its collaboration. But while the priest of Rome still is a priest, the dictator of London is an internet troll whose system administrator has not yet deserted. Given the lethal outlook for its spies and their past record of such conflict, London might be well advised to disarm before being told so. However an early notification circuit to measure a possible change of intention is already present in the form of the embassy siege against Wikileaks, and in the case of any significant change of political will in that regime the resolution of that situation would be the first sign thereof.
Fourth, and as a side-effect, like it was added to the historical Yalta treaty powers without taking any such role, the military occupation of mainland Europe is keeping alive French imperialism and colonialism and actively enabling its current metastases in Africa and other parts of the world. The reappearance of colonialist ambition and their implementation trough military invasions of African countries each of which alone is much worse than the Russian effort in its territorial neighbourhood would not have happened without the occupation of Europe, and the same goes for other European countries who display the same pattern as France at a lower intensity. The Americans, who once ridiculed France for its absence in the Iraq war can now find that their bad precedent has brought about what they called for but hardly in the form even they would desire it. European military activity was restored as before its collapse in the 20th century, but only for the price of returning to pre-WWI patterns the result of which had prompted the militarisation of the North American state over the last century. Hence if their policy was to be verified in the long term, beyond the lifetime of a spy entity, it would have to be diagnosed that it is counterproductive to its own goals, if the historical „14 Points“ from a century ago can serve as a reliable definition thereof.
The latter might be the deeper cause for the Russian intervention. Its meaning cannot only be derived from the fact that it spoils the malicious schemes of the European and American regimes, but ultimately relies upon the question whether that move will benefit the supreme cause of abolition. And it does so in at least one sense: The anachronism mentioned at the start is most obvious when it is being taken into account that at the time of the Yalta treaty there were no atomic reactors. In the present there not only are, but they already are toxic assets. If the Kiev regime really wants to confront Moscow, it can easily do so with compensation claims over the Chernobyl meltdown, since the reactors there had been provided by Russia. But doing so would create a precedent that cannot be welcomed by Kiev´s new friends who have proliferated large numbers of reactors and fear already the mere possibility of the law of cause and consequence coming into effect in the case of an accident would deal a lethal blow to their moribund and fraudulent currencies. Russia has brought the world into a situation that any consistent argument to be brought up against its actions is going to demand from its opponents a multitude of what it demands from itself. From there, Kiev can either step forward in awareness or continue to wallow in ignorance. There is no way around the reactor mortgage, and the useful idiots exploiting the feelings of the local population could have known better and earlier from reading this feed. But they chose to listen to the fascist spies instead and are now paying the price for their haughtiness.
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- Why is the Nonproliferation Treaty Failing? (9.1.) - https://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2014/01/514650.html
- The Death of the Inclusion Policy in the East Asian Shelf Waters (16.1.) - https://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2014/01/514789.html
- Triple Treason in the Caucasus (23.1.) - https://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2014/01/514946.html
- NATO. Obituary to a Nukepool (27.1.) - https://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2014/01/515002.html
- Obey or Die - The Pathology of Organised Treason in Europe (21.2.) - https://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2014/02/515538.html
- The Suicide Attack Against indymedia and its Cause (28.2.) - https://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2014/02/515677.html