Could the US Use Nukes in Ukraine?
Fear-mongering and further demonization are the most apparent and obvious rationales for the coordinated baseless disinformation campaign from Western governments and media over the last week that Russia could resort to using nuclear weapons in Ukraine.
But might there be another motive?
Could the West be projecting their own intentions, or signaling, here?
US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan promised unspecified “catastrophic consequences” if Russia were to use tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine and the Polish Foreign Minister, Zbigniew Rau, directly threatened that in such an eventuality that NATO would directly attack Russian forces in Ukraine with “devastating” conventional force, as did former US General David Petraeus.
Could all this seemingly coordinated rhetoric about the supposed possibility of Russian tactical nuke” use in Ukraine actually be laying the narrative framework for a possible false flag incident?
Setting off a tactical nuclear weapon as a pretext for a direct US and Polish military incursion into Western Ukraine - perhaps to preserve a Ukrainian rump state there, in the event that Kiev looks likely to fall somewhere down the line in the conflict
False flags and/or WMDs are after all the indisputable standard US MO and playbook for pretexts for military action from the Spanish American War, to Vietnam, to Iraq, to Syria.
The Pentagon has been openly and proudly developing and deploying what they call “more useable” battlefield nuclear weapons, specifically for use against Russia and China.
And the US is the only country in history to have used nuclear weapons in war on another state, on entire Japanese cities full of people, actually.
Or – possibly could this be dog whistle signaling to the Zelenskiy regime or NeoNazi forces in Ukraine about just how to generate the extremis conditions to allow the US to jump directly into the conflict, much like how the US did the same with jihadist forces and chemical weapons “red lines” in Syria.
Zelenskiy did after all just suggest early this year in a speech to Western leaders and security officials at the Munich Security Conference that his regime could seek to build or acquire nuclear weapons. And Russian intelligence has reported that the Kiev regime has already begun planning such an effort.
And, whatever the absurd denials, Kiev regime forces have been attacking the Zaporozhe Nuclear Power Plant for months with long-range artillery and kamikaze drones apparently as part of a nuclear scorched earth policy, often specifically targeting spent fuel containers to try to generate a de facto “dirty bomb” and resulting international incident, that would be blamed on Russians shelling themselves.
If Russia looks set to win decisively on the battlefield after changing the rules of their engagement and calling up the reserves, what length won’t the West and their client Putsch regime in Kiev, not go to?
Russia must lose” and “Putin must go” we have been repeatedly told.
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