UKRAINE MILITARY CHIEF SAYS “LIMITED” NUCLEAR WAR CAN’T BE RULED OUT…Thu 4:08 pm Europe/London, 8 Sep 2022 4
Just as he said this it was announced that US Sec. of State Anthony Blinken is making an “unexpected” trip to Kiev to have a chat with Zelensky. How convenient.
“There is a direct threat of the use, under certain circumstances, of tactical nuclear weapons by the Russian Armed forces,” commander in chief Valeriy Zaluzhnyi wrote in an article published by Ukrinform, a state-run media outlet. “It is also impossible to completely rule out the possibility of the direct involvement of the world’s leading countries in a ‘limited’ nuclear conflict, in which the prospect of World War III is already directly visible.”
Zaluzhnyi’s warning follows weeks of international alarm over a potential disaster at Europe’s largest nuclear facility, the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in southeastern Ukraine. Russian authorities control the plant, with more than 1,000 Ukrainian workers trying to keep it running and hooked up to their country’s power grid despite frequent shelling. Read more here at WA Post.
Possible motive for Zaluzhnyi’s comments would be setting the stage for a false flag.
Blinken is the Dick Dastardly of foreign policy wonks.
There are recent murmurs of a “911 style event” in the offing.
….while the world is distracted by the pageantry of a funeral and a coronation; makes perfect sense. Could Crtimea be the target? Perhaps the plans for ZNPP have been thwarted/
Here is the script that Quisling Liz Truss speaks from.
U.S.-UNITED KINGDOM RELATIONS
The United States has no closer Ally than the United Kingdom. Following the end of the American Revolution in 1783, the United Kingdom officially recognized American independence, and in 1785 our two countries established diplomatic relations. Other than a brief break in relations during the War of 1812, the United States and the United Kingdom have remained durable partners and Allies. Our partnership is a foundation of our mutual prosperity and security.
The strong relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom reflects our common democratic ideals and values, which are reinforced through cooperation on political, security, and economic issues. Along with other European allies, the United States and the United Kingdom work closely together to combat terrorism, stop the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and ensure regional security.
Leading on Climate
The United States and the United Kingdom are leaders in the global fight against climate change and are committed to taking decisive action to reach our shared goal of achieving net-zero emissions no later than 2050 and keeping the goal of limiting warming to 1.5 degree Celsius within reach.
The United States is committed to reducing emissions by 50-52 percent in 2030 compared to 2005 levels, while the UK’s new 2035 target to slash emissions by 78 percent has also set a high bar for other major economies. The UK hosted the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland in 2021, and we will continue to work closely with the UK to secure international commitments that raise ambition on climate action and protect the world from climate change.