Monday, November 14, 2022

What's a freeze worth?

"Zelensky, "We are ready for peace." CIA Burns meets Russia's Naryshkin" (The Duran). 

"Sergey Lavrov Addresses Social Media about Reports of Illness at G20" (Rossi).

"Ukraine. Military Summary And Analysis 14.11.2022" (Military Summary).

Colonel Cassad via Niqnaq.  "Ankara Refused to Accept Us Condolence on Terrorist Attack in Istanbul" (South Front).  Everybody is suddenly calling out the Americans on their terrorism and general psychopathic behavior.

"This Is Getting Curiouser And Curiouser..." (Martyanov).  If the Americans fear that 1) they won't be able to produce weapons fast enough for Ukraine to keep up with the intensified Russian attack, and thus the Ukrainian army will almost immediately collapse, along with all American prestige, or even that 2) the costs of the war will cause a collapse of American ability to peddle treasuries, what could the Americans offer the Russians to freeze the conflict?  Presumably nothing short of a full lifting of sanctions.  But how could the Americans explain this to the Europeans, who have wrecked themselves - for the benefit of the Americans, heh heh heh - by virtue signaling with the sanctions to prove to themselves they will enforce the 'norms'?  Did the 'norms' just disappear?  And why would the Russians trust the Americans, who break every single geopolitical promise they make, and could just reintroduce the sanctions once the Americans have rebuilt their weapons stockpiles?  And why would the Russians not further insist on full compensation for the damage to the pipelines and the bridge?  And the immediate public executions of Victoria Nuland and Ze to compensate for the assassination of Darya Dugina?  Hell, if they threw in the public execution of the whole of the (((neocons))), Putin might take that deal.  I can't imagine what the Americans could possibly offer the Russians in return for any kind of freeze.

Lavrov, who apparently, according to Western 'journalists', just had a heart attack, is immediately put back to work in a Basquiat t-shirt by that slave driver Putin:  "Sergey Lavrov Addresses Social Media about Reports of Illness at G20" (Rossi).

Every Ponzi scheme needs seed money (how many more ((())) can we stand?):

Moskovitz looks like the twin brother of SBF. 

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