PUTIN HAS ORDERED ALL MAJOR RUSSIAN COMPANIES TO PREPARE FOR WAR MANUFACTURING
This does not mean war has broken out yet, but it does mean he expects it to.
“Preparing businesses for war time manufacturing” is not a side issue. It means that they have to have everything ready to switch the types of products they are making, and that is not easy to do. This is a clear indication that things are getting ready to go hot, and it is not rumor, it was posted by RT.
My biggest worry for America during wartime in 2017 is selfishness of military manufacturers. They are predominantly Jewish owned now, and even if they don’t want the death of America they will be drooling so heavily over profit potential that you can damn well bet they’d kill the country before they would ever give up on making a dime.
If we have a serious war with Russia, we’re all dead. The selfishness of kikedom and stupidity of liberals will ensure it.
Interesting point here:
Earlier today I heard rumor (that I did not post because it was only rumor) but it was at least rumor that Russia has decided there is a need to do military strikes on Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Monsanto, and other companies that have become as powerful as governments, because they are extremely corrupt and threatening the entire world (not only Russia). Stuff that in your cap now along with the confirmed reports that Russia really is tooling up for war.
Putin orders Russian companies to be ready for urgent transition to war-time operations
According to the Kremlin press service, the Russian president made the statement on Wednesday at a conference with senior defense ministry officials and top managers of major defense companies.
“I would like to note that the ability of any economy to rapidly increase the output of defense products and services when it is needed is one of the most important conditions of the nation’s military security. All strategic and… large enterprises must be ready for this,” Putin stated.
The Russian leader added that he and senior defense officials already discussed the issue in 2015 and 2016, and asked those attending the meeting to report which problems of the previous years had been dealt with and which had not.
The conference concerned the results of the Zapad 2017 military exercises held by the Russian and Belarusian military forces in September. Russia sent around 3,000 troops to neighboring Belarus, where they trained at six locations, along with 7,000 soldiers and officers from the host nation. Russia accepted Belarusian troops at three of its own military sites.
Fewer than 13,000 troops took part in the exercise in total, according to figures from the defense ministries of Russia and Belarus. Around 70 aircraft, 680 armored vehicles, including 250 tanks, 200 artillery guns, and 10 warships, were deployed by the two nations.