Nuclear doom line sprints closer — American provocations continue

© 2023 Peter Free


28 March 2023



The American public's (belligerence-flavored) mental sloth will . . .


. . . will probably see us embracing a decidedly crispy-critter — nukes-blasted — future.



Decades of US-NATO provocations have finally prompted the following


From AP:



Russian President Vladimir Putin announced plans on Saturday to station tactical nuclear weapons in neighboring Belarus, a warning to the West as it steps up military support for Ukraine.


Putin said the move was triggered by Britain’s decision this past week to provide Ukraine with armor-piercing rounds containing depleted uranium.


Tactical nuclear weapons are intended for use on the battlefield and have a short range and a low yield compared with much more powerful nuclear warheads fitted to long-range missiles.


Russia plans to maintain control over those it sends to Belarus, and construction of storage facilities for them will be completed by July 1, Putin said.


He didn’t say how many nuclear weapons Russia would keep in Belarus. The U.S. government believes Russia has about 2,000 tactical nuclear weapons, which include bombs that can be carried by tactical aircraft, warheads for short-range missiles and artillery rounds.


Putin argued that by deploying its tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus, Russia was following the lead of the United States, noting that the U.S. has nuclear weapons based in Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Turkey.


“We are doing what they have been doing for decades, stationing them in certain allied countries, preparing the launch platforms and training their crews,” Putin said, speaking in an interview on state television that aired Saturday night.


“We are going to do the same thing.”


© 2023 AP, Putin says Russia will station tactical nukes in Belarus, (25 March 2023)



Almost immediately afterward . . .


. . . just to demonstrate how deserving the Western "rules-based order" is of Finality's termination — we were blessed to witness the following (vassals-made-happy) announcement that American terrorism is a very good "rules-based" thing:



The Security Council failed today to adopt a resolution, put forward by the representative of the Russian Federation, which would have established an international independent investigative commission into the September 2022 “acts of sabotage” committed on the Nord Stream gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea.


By a vote of 3 in favour (Brazil, China, Russian Federation) to none against, with 12 abstentions, the Council rejected the draft resolution (document S/2023/12), owing to a lack of sufficient votes in favour.


The resolution, if adopted, would have requested the Secretary-General to establish an international, independent investigation commission to conduct a comprehensive, transparent and impartial international investigation of all aspects of the act of sabotage on the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines — including identification of its perpetrators, sponsors, organizers and accomplices.


© 2023 United Nations, Security Council Rejects Draft Resolution Establishing Commission to Investigate Sabotage of Nord Stream Pipeline, (27 March 2023)



This morally and legally depressing outcome occurred . . .


. . . even though virtually everyone on the planet knows that the US blew up both Nord Streams, just to screw with Germany and Russia.



The moral? — Will we Americans embrace the coming vaporization . . .


. . .  that we so rabidly invited with our nation's continual stream of anti-Russia, anti-China (and anti-everyone else) provocations?


And might the collective West's suicidally invited Stone-Age-i-fication ultimately prove to have been a good thing?


An opinion poll among surviving roaches (and other humble critters) may eventually tell us.