RUSSIA PREPARES MOUNT YAMANTAU READY FOR NATO WHO’RE NOW TALKING ABOUT NUCLEAR FIRST STRIKING RUSSIA


RUSSIA PREPARES MOUNT YAMANTAU READY FOR NATO WHO’RE NOW TALKING ABOUT NUCLEAR FIRST STRIKING RUSSIA

By: :The-Unhived:Mind with thanks to Hal-Turner

OK, let me explain the dangerous situation.  So Russia asked NATO to stop coming towards its border and to stop the expansion.  Stolenberg of NATO ignored this request!  But Russia was then very firm, sending its diplomats to every NATO member with a revised request, saying they wanted to avoid a war, but if they didn’t come to an agreement, then Russia would use other than diplomatic means (MILITARY/WAR).

There’s a meeting between Russia and the U.S. on Monday, January 10, 2022, about this situation!  But guess what?  Stoltenberg has come out and flatly rejected the proposals.  So now what do you think Russia has to do?  Protect it’s survival by avoiding being nuclear first striked by NATO with U.S missiles.  This is why we’ve been trying to take the Donbass in the former Ukraine so offensive U.S. missiles could be deployed and hit Moscow in just 5 minutes and Russia’s strategic nuclear silos within just 7 minutes.  So now Stoltenberg has rejected the Treaty Proposal for Legally Enforceable Security Guarantees and they’ve sent a message/answer to Russia by attempting a coup d’etat in Kazahstan (for the same reasons as in Ukraine).

Yesterday, seven IL76 military cargo planes from southwestern Russia headed to the secretive Mount Yamantau in the Caucasus mountains of Russia.  This is a Russian underground doomsday city (the same thing as Cheyenne Mountain in El Paso County, Colorado) that is hundreds of square miles underground, protected by Mount Yamantau and powered by three nuclear power stations.  Spy satellites show the cargo on the aircraft is the final strategic supplies being bought into the doomsday bunker to top it off for future use.  Cargo planes are flying non-stop to this doomsday city.  NATO knows this means that Russia is ready to use this city.

DISCUSSIONS are taking place amongst NATO countries if they should launch a NUCLEAR FIRST STRIKE against mother Russia.  Russia knows this and has deployed the S-500 and S-550 missile defence systems (the most deadly in existence).  Russia isn’t going to risk being destroyed by a NATO first strike, and they’ve said something along the lines of “We know NATO is considering a first strike against Russia. We remind you that Russia has hyper-sonic missiles which NATO does not have and NATO cannot defend itself against.  Russia has the S-500/550, which are now being deployed.   Hyper-sonic weapons can be used as our first strike weapons, which you cannot defend against, but we (Russia) can defend against your missiles. “

So all we have is just two days and this meeting with the U.S.  Russia will resolve its security concerns by means other than diplomacy.  The con-vid agenda didn’t work and the bio-weapon injections have been exposed.  Now it’s Plan B for population reduction and a debt jubilee this time by use of nuclear war.  The Pilgrims Society know their game is up unless the majority of the population is removed. 

Stoltenberg: NATO Won’t Compromise on Principle of Accepting Any Country Into Bloc

 

On 12 January, Russia and NATO will hold the first extensive security talks since Moscow was forced to withdraw envoys to the alliance in October 2021. The security meeting was prompted by the escalation around Ukraine and the Kremlin’s vocal concerns that the country might join NATO, leading to alliance troops being deployed at Russia’s borders.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has stated that the bloc will not under any circumstances sacrifice its basic principle that any country may choose its own defence alliances. Stoltenberg further stressed that the alliance can’t accept the notion of creating “second-class” allies at Russia’s whim.
“We are ready to engage in arms control with Russia, conventional and nuclear, but that has to be reciprocal. That’s a different thing [from] imposing one-sided restrictions […] we can’t end up in a situation where we have second-class NATO members where NATO as an alliance is not allowed to protect them”.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg attends a news conference in Riga, Latvia November 29, 2021.  - Sputnik International
Jens Stoltenberg

NATO Secretary General

The secretary general’s statements come ahead of an upcoming security meeting between NATO and Russia on 12 January. It will take place mere days after Moscow’s security dialogue with Washington and will touch on the issues of tensions around Ukraine, security in Europe, and NATO’s eastward expansion.
The latter is troubling to the Kremlin, which calls the possibility of Ukraine joining the bloc a national security risk. Russia has pointed out that such a move would put the alliance’s missiles within minutes of reaching Moscow and that the country would have to take steps to respond to such a threat. The Kremlin rolled out a proposal ahead of the 12 January meeting that NATO drop the idea of ever bringing Ukraine into the bloc.
While the alliance has never ruled out Ukraine’s accession to NATO, it has so far also failed to provide a timeline as to when that might happen. Kiev, in turn, has made joining NATO a priority included in its constitution.

‘Real Risk’ of Conflict in Ukraine

The NATO chief went on to discuss the situation regarding Ukraine, claiming that a military buildup is continuing on the Russian side of the border. The Kremlin earlier reported that a significant portion of the troops stationed in the west of the country had left after taking part in routine war games.
According to Stoltenberg, the situation remains tense at the Russia-Ukraine border, claiming that there is still a “real” risk of a Russian invasion of the neighbouring country. The Kremlin has repeatedly dismissed allegations that it plans to invade Ukraine, calling such claims “fake” and directed at discrediting Russia.
“The risk of conflict is real. Russia’s aggressive actions seriously undermine the security order in Europe”.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg attends a news conference in Riga, Latvia November 29, 2021.  - Sputnik International
Jens Stoltenberg

NATO Secretary General