A very troubling new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today noting President Putin telling Saudi Arabia that “our air defenses can protect you like they do Turkey and Iran” after Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman held phone talks with South Korean President Moon Jae-in asking for their assistance in enhancing his kingdom’s air defense, reveals that whatever is now occurring, has profound implications which are threatening our entire world—and is due to a 72-Hours-Of-Mystery time period which saw Saudi Arabia’s most important oil refinery being targeted with a highly sophisticated cruise missile attack using advanced nation state technology—then saw one of Italy’s largest oil refineries going up in flames and explosions—both of which were followed by one of Mexico’s largest oil refineries being rocked with explosions and fires—all of which were preceded by a mysterious explosion occurring in the Far Eastern district of Siberia that targeted one of only two facilities in the world having samples of our planet’s most dangerous and deadly diseases—thus leaving Putin no choice but to immediately order massive war drills involving pilots of Eastern Military District in the Far East—where the majority of Russia’s vital oil and gas refineries are located. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
According to this report, in the days just prior to oil refineries around the world suddenly exploding and bursting into flames, President Trump appointed Charles Kupperman to be his acting National Security Advisor—an appointment that rang alarm bells in every sane nation in the world as Kupperman is a “disciple” of the war theories propounded by Harlan Kenneth Ullman—the main one of which is Ullman having developed the “Shock and Awe” idea of terrorizing populations by dealing them a horrifying blow to the head—but which Kupperman expanded into his concept of a “Winnable Nuclear War Against Russia”—best illustrated by:
If the objective in a war is to try to destroy as many Russian civilians and as many American civilians as is feasible, and the casualty levels approached 150 million on each side, then it’s going to be tough to say you have a surviving nation after that.
But depending on how the nuclear war is fought, it could mean the difference between 150 million casualties and 20 million casualties.
I think that is a significant difference, and if the country loses 20 million people, you may have a chance of surviving after that.
I think it is possible to win, in the classical sense. It means that it is clear after the war that one side is stronger than the other side, the weaker side is going to accede to the demands of the stronger side.
Kupperman Winning In The Classical Sense Strategy
We lost 20 million, they lost 150 million.
Let's call that “winning in the "classical sense”.
It's precisely how one "wins" trade wars, but on a much larger scale.
Acting US National Security Advisor Charles Kupperman developed winnable nuclear war strategy against Russia—and estimates only 20 million American citizens will die.
On 10 September 2019, this report continues, acting National Security Advisor Kupperman ascended to power after President Trump fired John Bolton from this post—that capped off a week of turmoil and chaos in the highest reaches of power in America due to the catastrophic revelation that Wall Street is gearing up for an onslaught of oil and gas company bankruptcies as their nation’s “shale revolution” appears to be coming to an unceremonious end—with major companies like Sanchez Energy, Halcon Resources and 26 other oil and gas producers having all filed for bankruptcy this year—that matches the 28 oil and gas industry bankruptcies from all of 2018—and today sees another 5.7% of all of these energy companies with junk rated bonds defaulting at the highest level since 2017—all of which led, just hours ago, to “the most torrid 30 minutes” witnessed on Wall Street since the global economic collapse of 2007-2008—during which time the Federal Reserve had to pump $53.15 billion of emergency funds into their nation’s banks to keep them solvent—but whose grave consequences of are being hidden from the American people—best exampled by the leftist fake news propaganda outlet CNN comically saying about this emergency bailout of banks by the Federal Reserve: “No one knows why this is happening”.
With US oil production beginning to decline, this report concludes, it nevertheless is about to send a lot more of its high priced oil into an already oversupplied world market—a market, however, the Americans have illegally manipulated in their favor by placing sanctions on their largest oil producing competitors Russia, Iran and Venezuela—all of which are designed to prop up a US oil industry rapidly succumbing to unsustainable debt because they can’t produce their oil cheaper than their competitors can, and which the taking out of oil refineries around the world aids favorably to keep their prices high—but which now sees oil consuming states like China, India and European Union nations rebelling against what the US doing—best exampled by France now breaking with the US and offering Iran a $15.5 billion line of credit—an offer that conforms to the warning given to America on 27 August by French President Emmanuel Macron in which he told them their time of ruling over the world has come to an end—with his exactly stating to them:
The international order is being shaken in an unprecedented manner, above all with, if I may say so, by the great upheaval that is undoubtedly taking place for the first time in our history, in almost every field and with a profoundly historic magnitude.
The first thing we observe is a major transformation, a geopolitical and strategic re-composition.
We are undoubtedly experiencing the end of Western hegemony over the world.
We were accustomed to an international order which, since the 18th century, rested on a Western hegemony, mostly French in the 18th century, by the inspiration of the Enlightenment; then mostly British in the 19th century thanks to the Industrial Revolution and, finally, mostly American in the 20th century thanks to the 2 great conflicts and the economic and political domination of this power.
And they are now deeply shaken by the mistakes of Westerners in certain crises, by the choices that have been made by Americans for several years which did not start with this administration, but which lead to revisiting certain implications in conflicts in the Middle East and elsewhere, and to rethinking a deep, diplomatic and military strategy, and sometimes elements of solidarity that we thought were intangible for eternity, even if we had constituted together in geopolitical moments that have changed.
And then there is the emergence of new powers whose impact we have probably underestimated for a long time.
China is at the forefront, but also the Russian strategy, which has, it must be said, been pursued more successfully in recent years.
I will come back to that. India that is emerging, these new economies that are also becoming powers not only economic but political and that think themselves, as some have written, as real “civilizational states” which now come not only to shake up our international order but who also come to weigh in on the economic order and to rethink the political order and the political imagination that goes with it, with much dynamism and much more inspiration than we have.
Look at India, Russia and China.
They have a much stronger political inspiration than Europeans today—They think about our planet with a true logic, a true philosophy, an imagination that we’ve lost a little bit.
On 27 August 2019, French President Emmanuel Macron (above) warns the United States of “Great Upheaval” remaking our world.