The Ukrainian conflict would have meant the return to the Cold War between Russia and the US and the return to the Doctrine of Containment, the bases of which were set out by George F. Kennan in his essay “The Sources of Soviet Behavior”, published in Foreign Affairs magazine in 1947 and whose main ideas are summarized in the quotation “Soviet power is impervious to the logic of reason but very sensitive to the logic of force”.
This context would include the entry of Finland into NATO military structures and the increase of military forces with 4 new battalions deployed on the European border with Russia, which would be replicated by the Russian side with the installation in Belarus of Iskander-M missiles equipped with multipurpose warheads as well as S-400 anti-aircraft missiles.
Is peace close to being signed in the Ukrainian dispute?
Putin is seeking a Peace Agreement that establishes that Ukraine will not join NATO and that the Ukrainian dispute will be settled with the division of Ukraine into two halves, with the East of the country (including Crimea and the Sea of Azov) remaining under the Russian orbit while the Center and West of current Ukraine will sail in the wake of the EU, with which Putin will achieve total control of the Sea of Azov while Ukraine will ensure its exit to the Black Sea.
With regard to the USA, the loss of control of Congress by the Democrats after the mid-term elections in November will mean that the Republicans will have to audit future arms aid to Ukraine, estimated to date at 45,000 million dollars in force until June, as well as to increase the meticulous tracking of such arms to prevent them from entering the black arms market.
Thus, former US President Donald Trump (2017-2021) assured in his networks that:
“we have never been so close to World War III” and that there must be a “total commitment to dismantle the globalist neoconservative power group responsible for dragging the world into endless wars”.
For his part, potential Republican candidate Ron DeSantis stated that:
“Washington has many vital national interests, but getting further entangled in the territorial dispute between Ukraine and Russia is not one of them”.
On the other hand, Joe Biden is already thinking of running as a Democratic candidate in the 2024 Presidential Elections, so he will focus his interest on domestic policy, reducing runaway inflation, and avoiding entry into the recession of the U.S. economy in 2023.
This could facilitate an upcoming personal meeting between Biden and Putin that would lead in the fall of 2023 to a peace agreement between Ukraine and Russia, a project that will try to be torpedoed by the plot devised by British intelligence and led by Poland to involve NATO in the Ukrainian conflict.
Is Poland trying to torpedo the Peace Agreement in Ukraine?
Poland seeks to become a local player in the Eastern European hornet’s nest and to extend its influence into the Ukrainian zone by claiming its right to incorporate into the Polish map the Ukrainian region of Lviv which was already occupied by Poland from 1918 to 1939.
Thus, according to the director of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR), Sergey Naryshkin in declarations to RIA Novosti:
“the leaders of Poland intend to hold referendums in western Ukraine to achieve the annexation of the territories of Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk and most of the Ternopil oblasts in Ukraine”.
Given the current stalemate of the military campaign in Ukraine and in the paroxysm of war paranoia, the globalists would be preparing the extension of the conflict to the neighboring country of Georgia. Thus, according to the director of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR), Sergey Narishkin,
“the West is trying to convince Georgia that now would be a good time to take back the separatist regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia in order to open a second front against Russia”.
In 2008, Georgia went to war with Russia for the control of the Georgian regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia which have a majority Russian-speaking population and which culminated in the defeat of the Georgian army and its withdrawal from the two regions which have since then maintained a de facto independence.
Such operations would have the blessings of the Globalists headed by George Soros and would aim to crystallize the obsessive dream of the globalists headed by Soros and the Open Society Foundation (OSF) to achieve the balkanization of Russia, “the white whale that Soros has been trying to hunt for decades”.
By Germán Gorraiz, political Analyst
- George F. Kennan: The Sources of Soviet Behavior
- Dougnlas Macgregor: Russia is ready for a much larger conflict than Ukraine
- Michael Reichel: Why Sweden Gives Up 200 Years of Neutrality and is Stuck in Russophobia