Nuland meets Surkov to warn about imminent NATO attack
It looks like people everywhere are very alert to the possibility of the psychotic 1% starting a mass slaughter across the globe, and try to fight these plans with everything they’ve got; career, freedom and life notwithstanding.
Upon learning of a plan to use two swift boats as a bait, and to turn the Persian Gulf into a “pearl harbor,” the Russia’s Air Forces, who just happened to be in the neighborhood apparently used their mysterious capacity to turn off the US swift boats’ systems, and allegedly, the Israeli submarine’ systems, also. Boats became deaf, blind and motionless. Exactly like in November 2014in the Black Sea, the Russian Sukhoi Su -24 with the newest jamming complex paralyzed the most modern American combat management system “Aegis” installed on the destroyer “USS Donald Cook.”
CNN showed this humiliation ( Persian Gulf, not the Black sea one)
As someone rightfully noted, “You haven’t lived until you’re a 22 year old ensign a few months out of NROTC, leading 7 sailors who are all under 21 and 2 chiefs who are about 30 years old. Your small boat breaks in the middle of the Persian Gulf and you can’t see the ship and the radio is broken. And not only that, half the political establishment of your country is hoping to Christ you become a martyr.”
Now, can we understand why the US marines were crying?
And most importantly, we might know what exactly Surkov told to Nuland when she blackmailed him by an “imminent NATO strike.” Known for being as politically correct, subtle and calculating as a guided missile, Surkov could, for all we know, even have used the CNN footage to illustrate his points.
Well, from the Black Sea to island Farci, the US marines have been crying more and more since 2014 when the USS Cook was blinded, deafened and disabled by Russia’s SU. Will Washington ever see their tears and bring them home? Meanwhile, the US military gradually learn that urinating on dead Muslims is not nearly as exhilarating as getting down on your knees in front of alive ones.