The destruction of Europe

The current crisis between Russia and Western states must be understood in a much broader context, which is the reorganization of forces between the various great nations of the world for decades to come. The economic takeoff of emerging powers, China, India, Russia, Brazil, is on the brink to upset the hierarchy of the planet, and end the world order established after the fall of the Soviet Union by the United States. Their main concern is now to remain at the top of this hierarchy as long as possible, and for that eliminate competitors. To leave these states developing themselves according to their natural course would cause the marginalization of the United States on the world stage by 2050; China, which is already the largest economy of the world, may soon take first place both politically and militarily. India takes third place, virtually at the same rank with the United States. Their traditional allies, the European states, will be relegated far: GNP of France represents only the ninth of the Chinese.

From this point of view, Russia is for the US government to bring down in priority for different reasons. On the one hand, it's the only one with a nuclear arsenal and a military technology that could stand up to the US, and contain its military ambitions. On the other hand, the eastern part of Russia, Siberia, is a vast desert full of natural wealth which the world economy will have a great need to ensure its growth requirements in the coming years. Finally, the aging of the Russian population, the very low density of the country, his federal structure, suggests to the United States that an excellent solution for them would be to succeed to dismantle the country, explode it politically, take control of Siberia with his wealth, and let the population of European Russia cope without resources. This is very clear from the report of the Institute of Geopolitics Stratfor - Strategic forecasting, nicknamed “The clandestine CIA”, which provides for the decade 2015 - 2025, that the country's economic weakness will inevitably lead to its geographical and dismantling policy (https://www.stratfor.com/forecast/decade-forecast-2015-2025) here, the full text of the report. I will support particularly my demonstration on the content of this report, which is especially interesting because it talks about the US political strategy for the next 10 years, without dealing directly with the crisis Ukrainian; it allows to clearly demonstrate that this crisis fits within a global strategy, and that this crisis is absolutely an instrument fabricated, unimportant in itself, in order to implement this strategy ; thus says the report on the future dislocation of Russia:

« In this case, it will cause regions to fend for themselves by forming informal and formal autonomous entities. The economic ties binding the Russian periphery to Moscow will fray.

Historically, the Russians solved such problems via the secret police — the KGB and its successor, the Federal Security Services (FSB). But just as in the 1980s, the secret police will not be able to contain the centrifugal forces pulling regions away from Moscow this decade. In this case, the FSB's power is weakened by its leadership's involvement in the national economy. As the economy falters, so does the FSB's strength. Without the FSB inspiring genuine terror, the fragmentation of the Russian Federation will not be preventable. »

Consequently, the US plan based on these analyzes, is to weaken the Russian economy as possible, so as to cause the collapse of the federal state, then to seize, via their companies, the natural wealth of Siberia. How Stratfor Institute considers Russia, We note in passing: a kind of colonial empire whose different parts are welded by terror; this explains the constant propaganda that is made: "subject" people does ask to be "delivered" of Russia by the US. The strategy appears in filigree: raise independence movements in different regions of Siberia, "defend" the right of peoples to self-determination, pretend to fight against Russian colonialism, denouncing the regime of "terror" that it inspire to people, use as much as possible openings in the federal constitution of Russia to assert that these regions have the right to independence.

The operation of disintegration of Russia is obviously not without risk, due to the presence of nuclear weapons stockpiles. The fundamental problem is that the US embarks on this adventure without having the slightest idea of how they can solve this problem:

« This will create the greatest crisis of the next decade. Russia is the site of a massive nuclear strike force distributed throughout the hinterlands. The decline of Moscow's power will open the question of who controls those missiles and how their non-use can be guaranteed. This will be a major test for the United States. Washington is the only power able to address the issue, but it will not be able to seize control of the vast numbers of sites militarily and guarantee that no missile is fired in the process. The United States will either have to invent a military solution that is difficult to conceive of now, accept the threat of rogue launches, or try to create a stable and economically viable government in the regions involved to neutralize the missiles over time. It is difficult to imagine how this problem will play out. However, given our forecast on the fragmentation of Russia, it follows that this issue will have to be addressed, likely in the next decade. »

As seen throughout this document, the US authorities are not otherwise frightened by the prospect of nuclear war, which they think they can control with minimal risk, once shot the economic power of Moscow. Is it necessary to specify the immense danger that such analyzes, basically based on illusions, pose to humanity? See : Toward a war against Russia?

Our report, however, considering the possibility that Russia manages to avoid decline and even develop:

« Though we forecast the decline of Russia, Russia poses danger in the short term, particularly with its back against the wall economically. Moreover, whatever we forecast, the United States cannot be certain that Russia will decline and indeed, if it launches a successful expansionary policy (politically, economically or militarily), it may not decline. Therefore, the United States will take measures according to its imperative. It will try to build an alliance system outside of NATO, from the Baltics to Bulgaria, encompassing as many nations as possible. It will try to involve Turkey in the alliance and have it reach to Azerbaijan. It will deploy forces, proportional to the threat, in those countries. »

It is therefore clear that the purpose of the United States is to obtain the fall of Russia, no matter how, will it fall by itself, or that it should be necessary to provoke its fall, all means being available, including military. The report seems curiously not to consider a possible violent reaction on the part of Russia; do US experts believe their country such invulnerable that nobody would dare to attack them?

What is the role of Europe in this strategy? It is obviously that of a competitor which must be ruled out. Economic ties that European countries are likely to build with Russia can naturally lead to the creation of a European superpower; it must be avoided, and the report of Stratfor also points out that this has been a constant in American politics throughout the twentieth century for the American strategists; the intervention in Europe in 1944 was not intended to "deliver" anyone, but only to prevent the conquest of the whole of Germany by the Soviets.

« For a century, the United States has been concerned about the emergence of a hegemon in Europe, and in particular of either an accommodation between Germany and Russia or a conquest of one by the other. That combination, more than any other, might be able to muster a force — between German capital and technology and Russian resources and manpower — capable of threatening American interests. Therefore, in World War I, World War II and the Cold War, the United States was instrumental in preventing this from occurring. »

This passage clearly shows that the United States will not allow to develop in Europe a real power capable of competing with them, that it has been a constant of their policy for a century, and that the tactic was always the same: divide to rule. It is certain that political unity of Europe, given its resources, both from the perspective of people, talents, knowledge, as natural resources, would inevitably lead to the construction of a superpower that would be the first in the world. It is here the usefulness of the "sanctions" policy, ostensibly directed against Russia alone: ​​in fact, it mostly trap Germany, breaking her strongest growth prospects; the trick is clear as crystal: by forcing the latter to "punish" Russia, the USA break his wings economically, closing the door of the wider area where it could really grow and increase his power; then, Germany being today the main engine of the European economy, it is obviously the whole of Europe which is thus deprived of its biggest development potential. See : The policy of sanctions

However, how to do for this policy seems to emanate from Europe itself and did not seem to be imposed by the USA? The solution is to send up on stage European countries which heavily depend on the US alliance, or at least that relies heavily on this alliance, such as Poland and the Baltic countries. They receive a special ally status in exchange for their public support of US interests, presented as their own. These states are in charge of pretending to seriously fear Russian aggression in order to feed the propaganda and prove to the whole European public that US interference in the affairs of Eastern Europe is necessary.

« Poland will benefit from having a strategic partnership with the United States. Whenever a leading global power enters into a relationship with a strategic partner, it is in the global power's interest to make the partner as economically vigorous as possible, both to stabilize its society and to make it capable of building a military force. Poland will be in that position with the United States, as will Romania. Washington has made its interest in the region obvious. »

We see here how Poland (and Lithuania and the Baltic countries) is used by Americans today, but will be more tomorrow, as geostrategic instrument of division between Germany and Russia. The idea is therefore to intervene constantly in European affairs to create divisions, using the specifics of each State to maintain divergent interests in order to nip in the bud any attempt of serious political union that can lead to the creation of a real power.

Let summarize the essential; to stay number one in the world until at least half of this century, the United States took the following decisions:

1 - Try by all means to dismember Russia, to seize both the natural resources of Siberia and the nuclear arsenal;

2 - Prevent at all costs a political or too strong economic union between Western Europe and Russia, so that they do not establish themselves as a political entity capable of world leadership;

3 - Create a military union that encircles European Russia, from the Baltic countries to Azerbaijan, via Poland and Romania;

4 - Use in particular Poland to create divisions within the European community. See : The US intervention.

The goal of the US is obviously to stay as the first world power, so as to be able to meet the future power of China; in this strategy, the place of European states will remain that of second-order powers, still divided, still under pressure from the United States, and having no other resource than to be docile and enjoy to be protected.

The only important issue here, and throughout the Strategic Forecast Report, is only the defense of US strategic interests, to which all other matters are submitted; it is no question in fact of the right of the people, of defense of the values, or any other legal or even political considerations. That any country would be or not a democratic state, that people actually aspire to a particular future, it has absolutely no importance; one of the most compelling evidence that can be given is the absolute lack of scruples by theUS government in the use of extreme right and neo-Nazi movements in the overthrow of power in Ukraine; see : The Ukrainian far right. The only really important thing is that the US will take the means to maintain their global leadership, especially the absolute control of the situation in Europe. To maintain their level of power, both in absolute terms and relatively to emerging powers, they must dismember Russia to seize Siberia and its wealth, eliminate it as the other nuclear power, so to stay sole masters of the military game on the planet, and maintain the division between Europeans so they cannot erect themselves into a real world power.

We see now what is the use of the Ukrainian crisis within this plan: it serves no other purpose than to trigger its implementation, and the fate of Ukraine, or of the Donbass or the Crimea in itself has absolutely no importance (See : The constitution of Crimea). Ukraine must be cut off from Russia, and destroyed economically, because as traditional ally of Russia, she can bring her some potential for development; Russia indeed suffers mainly from a lack of population and the integration of Ukraine with its 45 million inhabitants in the Russian sphere could solve this problem of subpopulation in part. Cut Ukraine from Russia, with which it does most of its business, and is almost entirely dependent on the industrial level, is to kill it economically; the alleged rapprochement with the EU, presented by the media and Western governments as a panacea, is absolutely nothing but a decoy, a smokescreen behind which we hide the reality of the situation: the only aim is actually nothing more than to ruin Ukraine entirely, in order to break the potential of Russia development. See : A disaster for Ukraine.

Similarly, the demonization of Putin has no other purpose than to cause anti-Russian sentiment among Europeans, to put into their heads that Russia is their worst enemy and a real danger, against which only the US could protect them, and to maintain the whole of Europe in his position of vassalage (see : The manipulation of the masses strategy). What shows the Strategic Forecast report is that a united Europe, a "Europe, including Russia," stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific according to the vision of de Gaulle, would become the first power in the world, and that in this case, the US in turn risk becoming vassals of that power.

The only real question that arises to Europeans today is absolutely not whether Putin is actually a bad boy that would have annexed the Crimea by surprise, it is whether the European states will remain indefinitely weakened and scattered vassals of the USA, or if they will be able to take care of their common interests and together form the first power in the world, the only condition that will allow them to finally defend their own interests.

In fact, about the future of Russia with all that it represents from the economic, political, military, and scientific point of view, there are three solutions:

A - The American Plan works: USA dismember Russia, seize Siberia, recover nuclear potential and Russian scientists; they become the only masters of the planet militarily, and only masters of the space. They have the means to impose their laws in the world, European states are permanently marginalized and maintained in the stage of vassalage.

B - Russia doesn't collapse with the help of China, to which it is now fast approaching, and it is this late which recovers the setting; the US is broken, marginalized economically and militarily by the alliance Russia-China-India, and its European allies have only to sink into underdevelopment.

C - Europeans finally recognize the reality of the situation, they decide to integrate Russia and they build a strong federal power; they form the leading economic, military, scientific power of the world. They are still allied with the US, but this time the last play the supporting role.

In any case, the first world power in the twentieth century will be the one that will integrate Russia.


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See also :

The US intervention

The rise of American fascism

The constitution of Crimea

The Ukrainian far right

The crash of Boeing MH-17

The civil war

A disaster for Ukraine

The manipulation of the masses strategy

Toward a war against Russia

The Us and the Mujahideen

The policy of sanctions

What thing the experts