One month ago, February 24, Russia’s Putin launched what Moscow called a limited military operation with two main objectives, to disarm and denazify Ukraine. In order to brainwash the western public opinions, to manufacture consent and to silence dissenting opinions, NATO imposed unprecedented censorship of all media banning Russian outlets medias, RT and Sputnik among others. Control of narrative on Ukraine is aiming at slashing from the collective memory all deadly and bloody wars waged by NATO since 30 years all over the world and by focusing only on the ongoing «war of agression» and «invasion» of «independent state» by «Putin’s army»
For western propaganda, Putin is presented as crazy and mindless by ordering military operation in neighbouring Ukraine. It will be unthinkable that the man who ruled the destiny of Russia during 22 years ordered the military to take action without a context and circonstances pushing to send Russian armed forces there. Instructed by the history of the collapse of the Soviet Union on one hand and by the current encirclement of Russia’s borders by NATO’s bases in eastern Europe, Putin has took the right decision at the appropriate moment to quell agressive and expansionist western hybrid war. This is global conttext that pushed Putin to move against Ukraine. But there is another factor that played key role in Russian military operation, often hidden from the public eye, a planned and already attack by NATO against Russian territory through Ukraine used as a rear base.
In fact, during a briefing on Thursday,Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Washington’s was enraged because the plan to turn Ukraine into anti-Russia” and use it as a bridgehead for delivering all types of strikes” on the territory of the Russian Federation failed.”
“Apparently, it was not expected that Russia would withstand this blow, and the aggressive rhetoric and personal insults reflect internal turmoil, uncertainty, irritation with the fact that it did not work out, as it always worked before, and as it was planned this time,” the diplomat noted.
Russia’s military exercices that took place during the weeks preceding military operation were but a response to NATO’s already planned attack on Russian territory since 2014 coup d’etat and the integration of Crimea into the Russian federation.
On February 19 in Munich, Ukrainian President Zelenskyy made his threat to deploy nuclear weapons on Ukrainian territory. He expressed this as his unilateral revocation of the 1994 Budapest Memorandum, although Ukraine was not a signatory of the agreement. Two days later on the evening of February 21, Putin made his speech recognizing the sovereign independence of the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, and the start of the military campaign in the Ukraine. He explicitly referenced Zelenskyy’s Munich nuclear weapons pledge: “This is not empty bravado,” Putin stressed in his speech.
It now begins to become more clear that Putin had serious reason to react at the Ukraine nuclear threat. A Ukrainian nuclear missile within six minutes of Moscow would present existential danger whether Ukraine were in NATO or not.
The primary bomb research facility was located at the National Scientific Center, “Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology.” As of this writing reports of fierce fighting underway between Russian forces and neo-nazi Ukrainian Azov fighters who reportedly are planning to blow up the research reactor site and blame it on Russia. [v] The battle for control of the large Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant is also apparently part of the attempt to conceal the illegal Ukraine bomb project.
For years Washington moved one after the other former Warsaw Pact countries including Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Hungary, Baltic States into NATO and closer to striking distance to Russia.After the demise of the USSR, Nato’s members passed from 16 to 30 members.
Kiev coup regime proceeded after February 22, 2014 to wage a war of extermination and ethnic cleansing of Russian-speakers in eastern Ukraine, led to a large degree by a private army of literal neo-nazis from Pravy Sektor (Right Sector), the same ones who ran security in Maidan Square and launched a reign of terror against Russian-speaking Ukrainians. Battalions were formed of neo-nazi mercenaries. They were given official state status as “Ukrainian National Guard” soldiers, the Azov Battalion, financed by Ukrainian mafia boss and billionaire oligarch, Ihor Kolomoisky, the financial backer of Zelenskyy as president.
There was more. Ukrainian press reported a year ago about new Western-built de facto NATO naval bases in Ochakov and Berdyansk as, “modern infrastructure facilities capable of receiving ships of all types, equipped according to NATO standards and built with the money of the alliance countries.” The media boasted, “In three years we will be able to strike at Russian ships in the Black Sea with our mosquito fleet. And if we combine with Georgia and Turkey, the Russian Federation will be blocked,’ Ukrainian military experts boasted.
There was more. Ukrainian press reported a year ago about new Western-built de facto NATO naval bases in Ochakov and Berdyansk as, “modern infrastructure facilities capable of receiving ships of all types, equipped according to NATO standards and built with the money of the alliance countries.” The media boasted, “In three years we will be able to strike at Russian ships in the Black Sea with our mosquito fleet. And if we combine with Georgia and Turkey, the Russian Federation will be blocked,’ Ukrainian military experts boasted. “ [vi]
In addition, the US Pentagon had no less than eight, perhaps as many as 30 top-secret bioweapons research labs across Ukraine testing DNA of some 4,000 military volunteers. Once Russian soldiers moved to secure the evidence, the US Embassy in Kiew deleted previous mention of the sites from its website, and Ukrainians reportedly moved to destroy the lab evidence. Ukrainian labs in Kharkiv and elsewhere were operating in cooperation with the United States. Stocks of such weapons were being secretly stored in direct violation of international conventions.
A full month before the Russian military action on 22 February in Ukraine, independent biowarfare researcher, Dilyana Gaytandzhieva, obtained documents detailing “US Pentagon biological experiments with a potentially lethal outcome on 4,400 soldiers in Ukraine and 1,000 soldiers in Georgia. According to the leaked documents, all volunteer deaths should be reported within 24 h (in Ukraine) and 48 h (in Georgia).” She details the human experiments, which include testing for antibodies against some 14 pathogens including Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever, Borrelia species (Lyme disease) and others. According to the documents the labs in Ukraine and Georgia are part of a Pentagon “$2.5 billion Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Biological engagement program which includes research on bio agents, deadly viruses and antibiotic-resistant bacteria.”