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Oh, by the way, the UK just declared war on Russia

The UK and Russia are now at war, with the potential — some say intention — of igniting WWIII.

This news was recently revealed by an unnamed source from the UK’s Permanent Joint Headquarters:

“RAF Tornado pilots have been … given the green light to defend themselves if they are threatened by Russian pilots”

And, says another top-level military source:

 “We’re taking a step closer to war. It will only take one plane to be shot down in an air-to-air battle and the whole landscape will change.”

International Business Times, October 11, 2015

One country giving the green light for its military to fire on another country’s military is, de facto, a declaration of war.

So, where are the full-page newspaper headlines screaming out this catastrophic turn of events? As of writing, I can’t find a single mention of our new war status on the BBC’s Web site. The Daily Telegraph seems unaware of any of this. The Independent. The Guardian. Nothing. The obvious conclusion is that the mainstream media are in no particular hurry to tell us we’re at war with Russia. It’s a disturbing thought that many will automatically write off as “conspiratorial”. The lack of appropriately extensive and honest coverage is, however, demonstrable. [Note: today there were a few sanitized media accounts of this development.]

Isn’t it a little odd that, after months of pushing the outrageous lie that it was Russian aggression, and not, as is the case, EU fascism and US terrorism that caused the coup and subsequent war in Ukraine, and after months of telling us how the West must “sanction” Russia in all kinds of ways for its crimes, the mainstream media is now silent when we arrive at precisely the place that it has been nudging us toward all along: War with Russia. It’s as though the media wants the war to get a foothold before most of us become aware of it, so that it will be harder for us to do anything to stop it. (This “too-late-to-change-it-now” scam is a tried-and-trusted EU “lawmaking” tactic.)

The question needs to be asked: Who will benefit by us being at war with Russia? Well, the list is long, and it includes a government that is already imposing an optional “austerity” regime on us; what better austerity is there than a ration book? The list also includes the EU, which will surely be able to declare that only solidarity — i.e. complete federalization and an EU military — can possibly protect us from Putin’s hordes. Brexit will quickly become lost in the shuffle. Then there’s the “Green” Nazis, who already are trying to create a “sustainable” wartime economy, including the rationing of food, petrol and electricity, along with the negation of climate_bill1_0personal liberty. How happy must fascistic useful idiots such as Green Party (UK) leader Natalie Bennett, “climate change” snake oil salesman Bill McKibben, and the Carbon Conman-in-Chief, Al Gore, be that we’re finally in a war. Any war.

Of course, the biggest beneficiaries will be the same class of people who have (started and) benefitted from all of the world’s major wars: the international banking cartel. As we know, these monsters start wars, because wars create a global market for their armaments and allow them to centralize global power and to steal world resources on a grand scale. War also allows them to create their Technocratic Hell-on-Earth in the dark, while the  rest of us, we “useless eaters”, are dazzled into compliance by the BBC’s “push” pro-war propaganda and by CNN’s and others’ constant war mongering and psychotropic war graphics.

In short, the entire global establishment, and particularly the handful of people at the top, some of whom are no doubt Russian, will benefit wonderfully well from the UK’s nascent war with Russia, particularly when it escalates to WWIII.  The only people who will suffer, again, will be us, we folk who, in theory, are supposed to get a democratic say in the worthiness of the causes that we will die for, or send our family and loved ones to die for.  And, in a perverse way, we should suffer for it, not because any of this is any of our doing, but because it is we who are allowing it to happen.

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About Les Kozaczek (33 Articles)
Les lives in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. He's an ex-pat Brit and UKIP Supporter of old. He also runs the website Necessary Intervention

11 Comments on Oh, by the way, the UK just declared war on Russia

  1. Thanks for your note, Maarten.

    Clinton/Soros were taking us to war, as their ongoing ridiculous rhetoric attests to. The Trump election has stymied that and a lot else they wanted to do to first dismantle and then rebuild the world in their image.

    Crimea is a strategic location for Russia, and the EU was clearly seeking to take it via the coup it organized in Ukraine.

    Putin did what any Russian leader or leader in a similar position would have done: pushed back.

  2. Maarten Schroders // March 2, 2017 at 11:56 pm // Reply

    Just like to point out, 2017 now and still no war with Russia. Also allowing the shooting down of planes from a forgein army illegally entering your airspace is not the same as declaring war. I don´t get how so many people seem to think Russia is some sort of innocent victim, even though it is Russian armed forces annexing parts of a souvreign nation and repeatedly violaiting international law by sending army places into other nations airspace.

  3. What’s your day job, Les?

  4. World War 3 has been going for years. The enemies are the EU and those in our own governments, past and present, who have either engineered mass immigration by alien cultures, or allowed it to continue.

    The facing off Russia is yet another deluded act in that war. Time that Cameron apologised for his failures and sought an alliance with the Russians to defeat the terrorists.

    kow-towing to Merkel, Obama etc. will only lead us in the wrong direction and, ultimately, disaster.

    BTW well said Mr. Kozaczek.

  5. The Emperors New Clothes // October 13, 2015 at 5:29 pm // Reply

    Hopefully it stays as a proxy war. That’s how super powers play their games these days, ever since nuclear bombs. No one wants WWIII.
    Putin seems to be the good guy in this conflict and actually fighting the US trained, armed and supplied terrorists, in Syria.

  6. And now the EU is — again! — war mongering with Russia:

  7. You’re absolutely right about the rights and wrongs of the Ukraine situation. But I don’t think we should worry that actual war with Russia will happen easily. We’re lucky to have a potential adversary whose policies are rational and who is determined not to have a war with us. That’s no excuse for the folly of our government, of course.

    • Well said.
      Seems to me that Russia is actively seeking to avoid conflict.
      Although, if the UK is the aggressor — shoots down a Russian jet — then what?
      I do wonder how much of the decision to go to war is Putin’s and how much is the bankers’.

      • Don’t worry. It’s very unlikely that a British plane would be able to shoot down a Russian jet. And you can assume that the Russian pilots have been given very strict instructions to avoid any possibility of conflict. And almost certainly Russian intelligence is watching every plane over Syria and reacting accordingly.

        • I think al of that is accurate an sensible.
          But, now that the “permission” is out there, the Russians are at liberty to do whatever they please, nd to say that the RAF “started it.”
          The bottom line for me is that it’s incredibly stupid for the RAF to suddenly go around saying they will shoot down Russian jets for any reason. Why invite that kind of trouble to your doorstep?

          • I agree of course. And how humiliating that we should have to rely on Russian common sense to keep us out of war!

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