Putin tells NATO, ‘leave the Crimea alone’

Letter to the Editor

I saw a video this evening of Putin talking to reporters.
So this is not conjecture.

Russian President Vladimir Putin tells Ukraine and NATO to leave the Crimea alone.

These are his words:

“I want to stress it one more time. *sigh*
I’ve been saying it, but I’d very much want you to finally hear me, to deliver it to your audience in print, TV and online.
Do you understand it, or not, that if Ukraine joins NATO and attempts to bring Crimea back by military means, the European Countries will be automatically pulled into a war conflict with Russia.
Of course NATO and Russia potentials are incompatible.
We understand it.
But we also understand that Russia is one of the leading nuclear States and by some modern components, it even out performs many.

There will be no winners.
And you will be pulled into this conflict against your will.

You won’t even have time to blink your eye when you execute Article 5 (collective defence of NATO members).
France President (Macron) of course doesn’t want this and I don’t want it…which is why he is here, torturing me for 6 hrs straight….”

Reference East2West (interpreted)

from Seb


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One of the few patriots left who understands the system and how it has been totally subverted under every citizen's nose. If we can help to turn it around we will, otherwise our children will have nothing. Our investigations show there is no 'government' of the people for the people of Australia. The removal of the Crown from Australian Parliaments, followed by the incorporation of Parliaments aided by the Australia Act 1987 has left us with corporate government with policies not laws, that apply only to members of political parties and the public service. There is no law, other than the Common Law. This fact will be borne out in the near future as numerous legal challenges in place now, come to a head soon.

Posted on February 14, 2022, in Putin, Russia and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. Seb, Apologies to you and fellow readers, re my post about Hunter Biden and the ‘Bussimo’ dealings. It should have been BURISMA. No idea who Bussimo is…maybe a Japanese waiter?!


  2. Hi Seb, that’s a very good question. In light of everything I’d definitely say compromised/cuckholded like all the other leaders who have folded because of their respective closets full of skeletons. The Ukraine president allowed their chief prosecutor in the Bussimo case against Hunter Biden to be bought off by daddy Obiden. So their soul was sold back then.


  3. i am behind Russia 100% nato has a ring of nukes surrounding Russia and they are rightly concerned about biden,s war aspirations to further the money making military ,Industrial economy the globalist jewish banking families need to get richer at the world expence

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  4. Hi Edd. Spot on! The only people still adhering to the ‘Reds under the Bed’ psyop are the older generation and the uninformed/brainwashed.


  5. The Ukraine should belong to the Ukrainians and Poland belongs to the Poles. They don’t want Communism anymore than the Americans or the Australians want to live under this system.

    Just who is backing who into a corner here? The Ukraine is where it always was for centuries. Ukraine is not a nation out of Tartary like the Khazarian Jew political class of the Soviet Union. The Kievan Rus are an ethnic European nation.

    There will not be any victory cheap or otherwise in the Ukraine. A Soviet invasion – which is coming – will compel Central Europe to fight a war of annihilation just like they did when the Red Army invaded in force in 1919 and was stopped at the Vistula. Ukraine is not a NATO ally and the extent to which the US is dragged into that conflict will be the extent to which NATO allies in Europe involve themselves. My guess is the EUSSR will back the Soviet Union and the demographic will support Ukrainian national resistance.

    Australians with our problems here in recovering our own institutions of law and government should understand this is coming and plan to stay out of it.

    Abhorrence of Western nations and civilization – as frequently expressed in the comments by Duginists and 4th Political Theorists – does not offer any direction to Australians in the coming conflict that will erupt in Ukraine. The fact that the Long March of subversion has succeeded against all institutions in the West does not mean those institutions were corrupt in their foundation and can not be restored. Only the (Soviet) Fourth Poltical Agenda of the Valdai Conferences argues: ‘it was ever thus’.

    The Soviet Union still has the highest abortion rate in the world and its gulags are airbrushed out of the Western media just like the CCP organ harvesting combine is airbrushed out of the Western media.

    Meanwhile, Counter Revolution in all Western nations continues the good fight to reclaim the Western institutions for the nations which founded them.


  6. In response to lindesymonds, What are your views on the present day globalists blackmailing Ukraine. You hear the rumours of Biden and his son and so on. Is the Ukraine President compromised do you think?

    Is Putin taking a defensive action to having a potentially globally compromised Ukraine over his back fence, or is he taking affirmative action to move on in and take them over?
    I thought it was the former.

    Seeing his interview he looked like someone who was fed up with being the whipping boy.

    His actions don’t indicate a warmonger to me.
    The same can’t be said for America and it’s ((allies)).

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  7. Systemic lies and provocation around RUSSIA’S RED LINE – Putin sets a new red line on NATO expansion

    DECEMBER 4, 2021

    In 1990, according to declassified documents, Secretary of State James Baker assured Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev that NATO would not expand “one inch” east of Germany. Thirty years ago, that was Russia’s red line.

    On December 2, that red line moved from one inch to 600 miles as Vladimir Putin said he would now seek a promise that NATO would not expand further east to Ukraine.

    Since these assurances, NATO has wandered its way through Hungary, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Albania, Croatia, Montenegro and Poland. Six hundred miles of broken pledges have brought the U.S. and NATO to the border of Ukraine.

    On September 1, President Biden met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the White House. Biden used code words for NATO encroachment when he pledged his “support for Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations” and American support for Ukraine’s “being completely integrated in Europe.” He then announced “a new $60 million security assistance package” in addition to the $400 million in security assistance the U.S. has already provided Ukraine this year.

    Having retreated 600 miles from Gorbachev’s red line, Putin drew a new red line on December 2, seeking “reliable and long-term security guarantees.” Those guarantees “would exclude any further NATO moves eastward and the deployment of weapons systems that threaten us in close vicinity to Russian territory.”

    Putin is keenly aware that the red line has moved east 600 miles. At the Munich Conference on Security Policy in 2007, Putin asked the world, “And what happened to the assurances our Western partners made after the dissolution of the Warsaw Pact? Where are those declarations today? No one even remembers them. But I will allow myself to remind this audience what was said. I would like to quote the speech of NATO General Secretary Mr. Woerner in Brussels on 17 May 1990. He said at the time that: ‘the fact that we are ready not to place a NATO army outside of German territory gives the Soviet Union a firm security guarantee.’ Where are these guarantees?”

    The guarantees were a deception, and the red line has moved hundreds of miles and has become a threat. Seven years later, in its review of 2014, Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs would note that the “ongoing eastward expansion [and] successive waves of NATO enlargement [are] contrary to the assurances issued at the highest level.” In 2015, Russia’s National Security Strategy would note that NATO’s “continued expansion and the approach of its military infrastructure to Russia’s borders, all create threat to national security.”

    The first guarantee was given on February 9, 1990 when Secretary of State Baker assured Gorbachev that if NATO got Germany and Russia pulled its troops out of East Germany, NATO would not expand east of Germany. Gorbachev records in his memoirs that he agreed to Baker’s terms “with the guarantee that NATO jurisdiction or troops would not extend east of the current line.”

    In his book Superpower Illusions, Jack F. Matlock Jr., who was the American ambassador to Russia at the time and was present at the meeting, confirms Gorbachev’s account, saying that it “coincides with my notes of the conversation except that mine indicate that Baker added ‘not one inch.’”

    The next day, according to West German foreign ministry documents, on February 10, 1990, West German Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher told his Soviet counterpart Eduard Shevardnadze “‘For us . . . one thing is certain: NATO will not expand to the east.’ And because the conversation revolved mainly around East Germany, Genscher added explicitly: ‘As far as the non-expansion of NATO is concerned, this also applies in general.’”

    Even earlier, on January 31, 1990, Genscher had said in a major speech that there would not be “an expansion of NATO territory to the east, in other words, closer to the borders of the Soviet Union.”

    The National Security Archive published the actual documents detailing what Gorbachev was promised on December 12, 2017. According to the late Stephen Cohen in his book, ”War With Russia?” the documents finally, and authoritatively, reveal that, “the truth, and the promises broken, are much more expansive than previously known: all of the Western powers involved — the US, the UK, France, Germany itself — made the same promise to Gorbachev on multiple occasions and in various emphatic ways.”

    It didn’t have to be this way. Like Gorbachev before him at the end of the cold war, Putin has hoped to help create an international community that, rather than building blocs, featured cooperation among equals. He had even suggested Russian membership in NATO. Even in the speech where he drew Russia’s new red line, Putin was still suggesting a cooperative solution. He said that the “working out specific agreements” should be done “in a dialogue with the United States and its allies.” He added, diplomatically, that “we aren’t demanding any special conditions for ourselves and realize that any agreements must take interests of Russia and all Euro-Atlantic countries into account.”

    While this would obviously be the least confrontational path, it is the least likely to be be taken, as the only assurances being given today come in the form of Sec. of Defense Lloyd Austin, who recently reassured Georgia and Ukraine that the “door is still open” to NATO membership, much to the chagrin of Moscow.


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  8. Germany did not want war and all the lies that went with it, got it.

    Russia does not want war and with all the lies, you got it something has to happen. There will be war or surrender to the NWO.

    The Globalists want a New World Order and Russia will not get in their way.

    Putin will not be there forever. Interesting times ahead. Maybe Trump returns.

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  9. Correct me if I am wrong, but is it true that if Ukraine joins EU and NATO than as a member they would have to abide by the majority, and if that means sticking NATO missiles on its boarder with Russia, then I can see why Vlad isn’t happy, reminds me of what happened in the early sixty’s with the Cuban crises and J F Kennedy standing his ground. I can see now.Go Vlad.


  10. It’s contrived crisis, said now-former head of Germany’s navy, Vice-admiral Kay-Achim Schonbach.

    January 25, 2022

    Amid surging tensions over Ukraine, the head of Germany’s navy had the courage to voice Europe’s fears over this totally unnecessary, contrived crisis.

    In a speech to an Indian think tank, Vice-admiral Kay-Achim Schonbach proposed the Western powers ‘respect’ Russian leader Vladimir Putin and accept that Crimea would remain in Moscow’s hands.

    The German admiral’s remarks produced a major uproar in Washington and tut tuts in Europe where hatred of Russia has become a state fetish. Most aggrieved were the British and Americans who deeply fear an alliance or at least entente between Germany and Russia that might undermine US domination of the continent.

    Germany, Europe’s leading military force and mainstay of NATO, has hollowed out its military power. Thanks to unqualified female defense ministers, Germany’s armed forces have degenerated into parade troops. Armor and aircraft, once hallmarks of German military power, have become feeble toys, lacking in munitions, spare parts and capable crews.

    Polls show Germans have very little interest in confronting Russia. Memories of World War II are still raw. Today’s Germans live in a nation that was 50% destroyed by US and British bombing. Millions of Germans come from families driven out of eastern Europe.

    There is not a lot of sympathy for Ukraine’s current government that was installed by a US-financed and stage-managed coup in 2013-2014. Germany’s US-dominated media and government support Washington’s hard line on Ukraine but many ordinary Germans and French don’t agree.

    America’s media and politicians strongly support the military confrontation with Russia, a low-cost way of being loudly patriotic without actually doing anything serious.

    Only Poland, the Baltic states and American neocons really hunger for war – provided it is waged by the US. US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, a rising star among the pro-war neocons, is pushing the confrontation with Russia – yet another bureaucrat with no military experience.

    Military men quickly understand the logistic and climactic problems of fighting in the Black Sea region, but not Washington’s desk warriors and their European satraps. The US has been unwise to provoke a confrontation with Russia in its backyard. Though Russia has lost much of its Soviet-era military power, it would be a mistake to underestimate its combat capabilities and overestimate those of NATO.

    Remember, Napoleon (who was seriously defeated in Russia) prayed ‘oh Lord, if I must go to war, please make it against a coalition.’

    Washington’s sofa samurais are playing with fire. The neocons’ latest effort to overthrow President Putin risks backfiring badly by drawing China into the fray and undermining US domination of the continent. Let’s say US-led NATO forces thrash the 106,000 Russian troops around Ukraine’s borders. What then? An advance on Moscow?

    An assault on Crimea? Might Romania join the war to recover Moldova lost in WWII? Or tiny Finland? The Russians are unlikely to be quivering in their boots. Romanian troops, let’s recall, were defending the flank of Germany’s 6th Army at the Stalingrad disaster.

    We are not going to see a rerun of the Great Northern War of the early 1700’s. What we are seeing is the re-birth of Russian power in its traditional sphere of influence. Admiral Schonbach is quite right. Russia will never relinquish Crimea any more than Germany would give over Hamburg or the US cede Baltimore to Cuban control.

    Luckily for us, Russia is currently being run by hard men from the old KGB who are experienced and cautious. It is well that they are because Russia has thousands of nuclear weapons pointed at the US and its allies. No one in their right mind should contemplate a nuclear confrontation. Russia has repeatedly made clear that if backed into a corner, it may well use tactical nuclear weapons. China is coming around to the same thinking.

    Beaten in Vietnam, Iraq and now Afghanistan, the US is seeking a cheap victory in Ukraine. But the northern rim of the Black Sea is not known for its low-hanging geopolitical fruit. And Russia always surprises.

    Mr. Blinken, be cautious lest a hypersonic Russian missile comes flying through your office window.
    Eric S. Margolis 2022



  11. Thanks to Seb and Editor. Have always loved Putin’s drollness. He must get so tired of all the continous bs. Saw a great video of Putin and Trump at some conference just prior to the stolen election and when Lying Hilary & Co were still propagating the fake Steele dossier/Russian collusion narrative. Trump leant over to Putin tapping him on the knee and said “No meddling now OK”. Putin got the giggles. It was beautiful.


  12. “The extent to which the White House will not tolerate any dissent against its war messaging on Russia was revealed when President Joe Biden’s press secretary on Wednesday condemned a sitting member of the United States Senate as a Russian propagandist for simply questioning the drive to war over Ukraine.”

    “The U.S. is facing some degree of resistance to war from France, Germany and even Ukraine itself. Germany refuses to send arms to Ukraine, Emmanuel Macron is talking to Vladimir Putin and wants to include Russia in a new European security arrangement, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says there’s no imminent invasion.”



  13. Putin is the best , in Western countries everyone has been brainwashed by the US and their propaganda media machine
    In the western world where most of its leaders are involved in sacrificing babies and sex trafficking along with total corruption and obedient to the new world order agenda , putin is a thorn in their side because he won’t become one of them and actually practises his Christian beliefs and won’t be controlled by the satanic cabal

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  14. And the sovereign nation of Ukraine (application to join NATO denied) is not poking the Bear and would like for the Soviet Union to leave them alone. (sigh). Poland which detests both the EUSSR and the Soviet Union would also like to be left alone by both these Communist entities.

    The Soviet Union to the south is ringed by its own colonies (stans) – not NATO. It is allied with China – also to the South.

    Reading the tea leaves I do not see the Soviet Union leaving the Ukraine alone.


  15. It would be so easy to be rude to you right now… but I won’t. If you read the article it clearly means Putin…..

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  16. “Put tells NATO” who/what is “Put”?


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