Most Terrifying Russian Words Ever Spoken Come True Today: “Система Периметр”

September 4, 2017

Most Terrifying Russian Words Ever Spoken Come True Today: “Система Периметр

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers

In what truly is the most terrifying Ministry of Defense (MoD) report we’ve ever read, circulating in the Kremlin today is one stating that President Putin has just issued an order to disperse across the entire Federation eleven thermonuclear armed intercontinental ballistic missile regiments(TopolTopol-M and Yars), and whose activation document designates their deployment as “Система Периметр” defense—or as most commonly translated in the West, “Perimeter System”—“Dead Hand”. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]

 

 

A most basic understanding of Russia’s “Perimeter System” nuclear defense written by American military experts describe it as: “It’s a fully automatic system; it can’t be overruled or disabled.  It only activates once it’s sure everyone in power (those are the key words – everyone in power) is dead.  The whole point of such a system is to make the whole business of having a nuclear war at all seem futile.”

Colonel-General Leonid Ivashov of the International Academy of Geopolitical Problems further detailed the history of this feared nuclear defense system by his stating: “When the American threat loomed over the USSR, we created the Perimeter System.  This is a system of a duplicated command post, which would directly send missiles to the launch team for a given program, even in the event of the death of the country’s top leadership.” [English translation]

 

 

The legal authority used by President Putin in authorizing the “Perimeter System” nuclear defense, this report explains, are based on the powers delegated to him under Section One of The Constitution Of The Russian Federation—specifically Chapter 4-Article 80 that states: “The President shall be the guarantor of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, and of human and civil rights and freedoms. In accordance with the procedure established by the Constitution of the Russian Federation, he shall take measures to protect the sovereignty of the Russian Federation, its independence and state integrity, and ensure concerted functioning and interaction of all bodies of state power.”—and—Chapter 4-Article 87 that states: “The President of the Russian Federation shall be the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation.”

Though Russia’s full nuclear weapons use policy remains highly classified, this MoD report does mention that President Putin’s authorizing the “Perimeter System” nuclear defense has “met and exceeded the expected criteria” for establishing that the Federation “now exists under grave threat”—and as evidenced by an American document titled “NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2017—that shortly before President Trump’s election, the US Congress ordered to be updated with information about Russian and Chinese leadership to include “the location and description of above-ground and underground facilities important to the political and military leadership survivability, command and control, and continuity of government programs and activities of each respective country.”

 

 

This report further notes that the United States has, in fact, just committed an “act of war” against the Federation when it illegally invaded, searched and occupied the sovereign territory of Russia’s diplomatically immune Consulate in San Francisco in a gross violation of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations—that in Article 22 states:

1. The premises of the mission shall be inviolable. The agents of the receiving State may not enter them, except with the consent of the head of the mission. 

2. The receiving State is under a special duty to take all appropriate steps to protect the premises of the mission against any intrusion or damage and to prevent any disturbance of the peace of the mission or impairment of its dignity. 

3. The premises of the mission, their furnishings and other property thereon and the means of transport of the mission shall be immune from search, requisition, attachment or execution.

 

 

And in an astonishing action having no parallel in the history of modern international relations, this report continues, the United States, after their seizing Federation owned diplomatic buildings in America, then ordered them to be immediately sold to them, and their stating that Russia “couldn’t do anything about it”—and that Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova angrily replied to by stating:

“I am telling you a sensation. It is difficult to believe, officially the Department of State made it clear to us, we were told directly, that they expect that we shall sell those facilities to the US. 

They expect from us that we shall sell those properties to the American government. These are not one-bedroom flats in the outskirts, these are central locations in Washington and San Francisco.

We are speaking not just about some property, but about the property, which is in territory of a country, which always repeats its adherence to protection of private property. 

This US action in relation to Russian diplomatic property is absolutely new, not only in diplomacy, but also in security—and we consider this situation as a clearly hostile act, and as Washington’s grave violation of international law, including the Vienna Convention on Diplomacy and Consular Relations, the bilateral Consular Convention.”

 

 

Most disturbing (at least to us) about all of these grave events is that the American people are not being allowed to know anything about them by their propaganda “fake news” media—and who have no idea what’s about to occur as Russia has never in its history allowed such barbarities against it to go unanswered –and this time will be no different.

 

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