How to Start a War With the Russians

poland_mapIn one of the most dumbfounding displays of militaristic insanity and sophistic stupidity we have ever read, a former NATO general and a Polish arms consultant have co-authored a foreign policy “analysis,” which, if it is implemented, will make a world war with Russia a near certainty.

by Ronald L. Ray

FAR FROM being a sober policy review, “Arming for Deterrence: How Poland and NATO Should Counter a Resurgent Russia,” published by the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security at the Atlantic Council, is a dangerous recipe for confrontation. The 25-page document lacks any bibliography and contains only 14 footnotes, of which only a few list information sources. Two of those, Bloomberg and The New York Times, are hardly scholarly.

The authors of “Arming for Deterrence” (AD) are Gen. Sir Richard Shirreff and Maciej Olex-Szczytowski. Shirreff’s official biography notes he was “NATO’s deputy supreme allied commander Europe from 2011 to 2014. He is a partner at Strategia World-wide Ltd.” Ominously, “He recently published ‘2017: War with Russia.’ ”

Olex-Szczytowski was formerly an economic advisor in the Polish Foreign Ministry and is now an “independent” advisor “specializing in defense.”

The policy paper is founded upon base—and baseless—propaganda, calling Russia “a kleptocratic, authoritarian regime” that seeks “to deflect attention from [the country’s] ongoing economic meltdown and the regime’s growing repressiveness.” AFP long has documented the opposing reality of modern, nationalist, religious Russia, which acts as a responsible great power in world affairs, amid the adolescent bullying and destructive warfare perpetrated by the U.S. and its allies.

But the real danger is the authors’ effort to make Poland the “point of the spear” in the ceaseless U.S. and Zionist effort to subjugate Russia. By repeating the false narrative of Russian regional “aggression,” AD seeks to provide cover for a highly belligerent and dangerous policy of NATO “defense,” designed to preserve the illusion of the U.S. as “lone superpower” and restore the genuinely “kleptocratic, authoritarian regime” of the Jewish oligarchs and mafiosi that Russian President Vladimir Putin imprisoned and expelled.

More than just typical military build-up, AD calls for Poland to act “more independently” and aggressively toward Russia, playing on traditional Polish antipathies. The parallels to the West’s 1939 provocation of Poland to instigate World War II against Germany are obvious—and extremely disturbing.

Disingenuously glossing over the blatant violation of the NATO/Russia Founding Act by NATO’s increasingly aggressive encirclement of Russia, AD demands that “Poland should publish a potential list of [attack] targets, for example in the Kaliningrad Oblast.” It pushes Poland to violate the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty by requesting U.S. nuclear missiles on its soil.

In one of the worst recommendations, “Poland should announce that it reserves the right to deploy offensive cyber operations (and not necessarily in response just to cyberattacks). The authorities could also suggest potential targets, which could include the Moscow metro, the St. Petersburg power network, and Russian state-run media outlets such as RT.” Aside from the policy’s outright lunacy, the only reason to announce such things is to provoke a response, because announcing military plans in advance is bad strategy.

The call for “offensive cyber operations” raises the question of the technology source. Very few can successfully attack the computer infrastructures of a government or major industrial plant.

It seems likely that Poland’s source would be the U.S., making the former a mere pawn concealing the real aggressor. It is a treacherous way for the West to deal with its Slavic ally.

And in reality, the cyber war is already well under way. It is not yet overly aggressive, but the AD recommendations, if followed, could change all that. In America, the hack of Democratic National Committee emails was blamed disingenuously on Russia. Immediately after, on July 31, Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) announced that about 20 organizations in that country suffered highly sophisticated cyberattacks on “information resources of the state authorities, scientific and defense companies . . . and other objects of the country’s critically important infrastructures,” according to the TASS news service.Based on certain “signatures” in file names, style of programming, etc., the FSB concluded the targeted virus attack had originated from the same source as a previous event, giving the impression that state players were involved, such as the United States or Israel.

But since when is covert total warfare—which is what such cyberattacks are—even moral, especially given the wide-ranging effects on civilians of such activities?

Far from being able to seriously challenge Russia militarily, Poland could not even, as AD calls for, defend the Baltic nations or Romania. In reality, AD would turn Polish citizens into human shields protecting U.S. and Zionist interests, not their own. The Atlantic Council report’s only purpose can be to provoke war with Russia and the ensuing ruin of the Polish people.

Tell Congress, the U.S. president and the Polish Embassy (tel.: 202-499-1700) to reject the Atlantic Council’s deadly deceptions.

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Source: read the full article at American Free Press

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Bruce Arney
Bruce Arney
19 September, 2016 11:07 am

Yet, another reason to support Trump as Hillary likens Putin to Hitler. A war between Russia and America would pound nails into our collective racial coffin.

Bruce Arney
Bruce Arney
19 September, 2016 11:09 am

Poland serves as Judas against the Russian Orthodox Church, betraying it for 30 pieces of silver.

Reply to  Bruce Arney
19 September, 2016 10:25 pm

Mr Arney, but how specifically does Poland allegedly “serve as Judas against the Russian Orthodox Church, betraying it for 30 pieces of silver”? Can you please provide any pertinent facts substantiating your assertion? So you mean just like Judas was Christ’s disciple who turned against Him, so Poland is a former Russian Orthodox Church’s disciple that has turned against the Russian Orthodox Church? No offense, but it seems like an idea straight out of the unlovely Polonophobic head of Bro Kapner. :)

Dan Z
Dan Z
19 September, 2016 3:28 pm

re “In one of the most dumbfounding displays of militaristic insanity and sophistic stupidity we have ever read, a former NATO general and a Polish arms consultant” Contrary to what the author, Mr Ray, implies, the Poles today do have real reasons to fear Putin’s Russia. Consider Putin’s praising publicly the Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact (or earlier condemning the Versailles Treaty that ensured Poland’s sovereignty). Or a Putinist top ideologue dismissing the idea of sovereign Poland. Or the Russian threats of nuclear annihilation if Poland armed itself better. Or the Russian economic harassment to punish Poland for not following the Russian lead. Is Mr Ray aware of the fact Putin (a former Communist and KGB officer based in the Russian-occupied East Germany) called the dissolution of the Soviet Union the XX century’s… Read more »

Dan Z
Dan Z
19 September, 2016 4:00 pm

PS. The author characteristically associates the terms “dumbfounding” and “stupidity” with “Polish” and “Poland”. In that, he seems to follow – unconsciously? – the Jewish propagandists’ long practice of branding the Poles – whom many Jews hate for incurable “anti-Semitism” – as stupid and inferior. The minds of the Americans seem to have been conditioned to respond to the words “Poland” and “Polish people” with ideas such as “stupid,”, “dumb”, “foolish”. One almost wonders why the author doesn’t tell a “Polish joke”? They’re also a Jewish invention and some good people in America repeat them mindlessly after the inventors. Very “smart” of them.:) By the way, a Polish friend told me the Polish press reported in 1946 Hitler in his last days praised the Poles for their intelligence. I don’t… Read more »

Fragano K. Legister
Fragano K. Legister
28 September, 2016 12:35 pm

Dan Z said: “Some Germans and Germanophiles seem to dream of a powerful economic-military bloc whose core would be Germany and Russia. A bloc that would counter the US global power and ensure the racial survival of the Europeans. Would it also ensure the survival of the Polish people? How? And should the bloc be anti-American, how would it ensure the survival of European Americans?” We need a powerful European bloc to counter US global power, that’s for sure. Or, more accurately, to counter Jewish/US global power. Next to the Jewish power structure, the deadliest and most implacable enemies of White survival are the US government and its Western allies. Whatever brings those governments down is good for Whites, even — or should I say, ESPECIALLY — for those Whites… Read more »