Disclaimer - April 13, 2021
We do NOT post this article because we agree with it or its attempt to smear Putin and Russia. However, we do believe that the West is trying to undermine Putin and the Ukraine is one way to do this, or so western intelligence thinks.
That's why there may be some credence to Russian TV's claim that MI6 is colluding with Ukraine, or at least Ukraine's political leaders, to trigger a war in Europe. This also fits in exactly with the elite's plans for massive depopulation. Ed
Will Stewart - The Daily Mirror April 13, 2021
MI6 is conniving with Ukraine to trigger a bloody new war in Europe, Russian state TV has claimed.
The allegations appear to be a bizarre bid to justify Vladimir Putin massing forces on the frontiers of its close neighbour, and in the strategic Black Sea.
In an ominous broadcast, viewers were informed that in a "hot war", Ukraine would be wiped out in "two days".
It comes as latest on-the-ground videos show further bolstering of Russian positions close to eastern Ukraine and annexed Crimea - along with military exercises depicting combat readiness currently underway in several regions.
Kyiv is now claiming Moscow has doubled its military strength in the border zone amid fears of an invasion.
Footage from Ukraine, in stark contrast, shows a Dad's Army-style train movement of aged military vehicles to the conflict zone in the east of the country, seemingly no match for Putin's hi-tech tanks and missiles nor a troop strength suspected now to number almost 100,000.
Russian state TV in a broadcast quoted "expert" Sergey Kurginyan as saying British intelligence "has become a dominant force" in Ukraine.
Referring to the head of MI6, Richard Moore, he alleged Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelensky was obediently following a British playbook towards conflict.
German intelligence had "practically stopped working in Ukraine", he claimed.
Kurginyan told a ‘propaganda show' on Rossiya 1 channel: "If continental Europe is a bit scared of potential accidents, these ones (the British) don't give a damn, and they continuously push for exacerbation.
"I want to keep your attention and say one more time - this is not the end of Richard Moore's career.
"MI6 is not the end of his career.
"This is the person who thinks far ahead, and into the future."
Zelensky "is eating out of their hands", claimed nationalist Kurginyan, adding: "Since everything is anyway collapsing around them, they prefer to go in the situation of conflict."
But head of the state-funded RT media empire Margarita Simonyan claimed a "hot war" is unlikely but that the West was angling for a cyber conflict.
"In a hot war regime we will win over Ukraine in two days's time," she said.
"There is nothing to win there for God's sake, it's only Ukraine.
"Suppress the firing point, and there is no need to bomb those poor towns."
She said: "We are invincible from the hot war point of view - but forget about it, this won't happen.
"There will be a war of infrastructures where we have a lot of vulnerabilities."
She claimed Russia was vulnerable to a Western attack - a cyber conflict where, for example, "a man will press a button and switch off (the city of) Voronezh".
"We must be prepared for his war which is inevitable and which of course will start from Ukraine," she added.
"For that we must in Stalin-type mobilising regime start fixing these vulnerabilities."
The exchanges came in an almost three hour TV special on the West and Ukraine hosted by Kremlin cheerleader Vladimir Solovyov, who claimed that Washington and London saw "only two countries" - Russia and China - standing in the way of a revival of democracy and progress led by the US and Britain.
The same TV show also cited veteran ultranationalist leader Vladimir Zhironovsky, head of the Liberal-Democratic Party, telling viewers that "the Europeans would be happy if Russian army would come to the borders of Germany, Austria, Hungary" since this would end "the fuss around Ukraine, a non-existent state".
U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer USS Porter sets sail in the Bosphorus, on its way to the Black Sea. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
Russia today warned the West to stay out of Russia and the annexed Crimea, as two US warships are poised to enter the Black Sea.
Kremlin Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkovsaid the American naval deployment was a "provocation" and Moscow would continue to support ethnic Russians in eastern Ukraine.
Zelensky said the mass deployment by Russia was intended to intimidate the West.
"They want the West to be frightened of Russia`s strength, of her power," he said in a wide-ranging interview with TIME.
"There`s no big secret here."
"What they want to do," Zelensky said, "is [to] raise the temperature just enough to show that the West will waver in its support for Ukraine, that they do not really see us as a partner."
Ukraine has called for membership of NATO in quick time to protect it from Russian bullying.
Senior Zelensky aide Roman Mashovets has warned that Russia will soon double the size of its military grouping deployed along Ukraine's borders.