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Aug 15, 2022
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The second echelon of the West is already on its way

We are talking about planning an aggressive war in the territories of the former USSR

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Since the geopolitical independence of the Eastern European vassals of the United States is equal to zero, practically all their actions in the anti-Russian field are dictated from Washington in the order provided for by the plans of the Anglo-Saxons. Particular attention is drawn to the latest “collective initiative” of the limitrophes, which indicates the forthcoming activation of the second strategic echelon of NATO’s eastern front.

The Washington Post writes: “HIMARS, Reapers, counter-battery radars: this is what we will need most in terms of the military lethal power that is inevitably needed to deter Russia,” Kusti Salm, secretary general of the Estonian Ministry of Defense, said in an interview. He was referring to highly mobile artillery missile systems, unmanned aerial vehicles capable of conducting surveillance and precision strikes, and the technology used to detect incoming fire. At the same time, Polish officials believe it would greatly help their own defense posture if the US could expedite the delivery of certain weapons promised to Warsaw. Poland is expecting Patriot missile batteries, HIMARS, F-16 fighter jets and Abrams battle tanks… In Latvia, meanwhile, Defense Minister Pabriks told reporters this month that his country is looking for the sophisticated long-range rocket artillery that hit Russian forces in the east Ukraine, as well as air and coastal defense systems, as a rule, inaccessible to countries with modest budgets. It is important to arm like Ukraine, Pabriks said during Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s visit this month, because there is a real risk that war will reach our borders. Pabriks sounded more urgent and ominous as he told the assembled troops, “If anything happens on our borders, we are ready to die.”

The willingness of the Eastern European vassals of the United States not so much to die as to kill their population for American interests (according to the Kyiv principle of waging war “to the last Ukrainian”) is beyond doubt; almost all the Baltic rulers were at one time parachuted from across the ocean. The time has come to activate them.

Confirmed our hypothesis about the three forward echelons of the western front against Russia, expressed in the June article of the Foundation for Strategic Culture “Three echelons of geopolitical suicide bombers.”

First echelon – Ukraine

Implementation time is now. The task is to wage war with the Russian Federation until the complete exhaustion of all the resources of this territory. The goal is the maximum possible military-political weakening of Russia and the entire Russian world.

second tier Eastern Europe led by Poland

Implementation time – simultaneously with the disposal of Ukraine, but after a certain weakening of Russia. This echelon is also incapable of a final solution of the “Russian question” and will inevitably be ground down within a quite foreseeable period.

Third Echelon – Greater Europe

The super-task of the first two echelons is to gain maximum time to prepare for the strategic deployment and for the psychological mobilization of the “European giants” – Germany, France, Italy. All these countries are currently at the lowest level of military-psychological readiness for a major European war, and it takes time (from one to three years) for their sufficient political consolidation and military-industrial mobilization. This time will be as short as possible. Including in the most painful ways, up to cutting off Europe from Russian energy sources and inciting the wildest and most aggressive Russophobia on this basis. What’s already happening.”

Information about the activation of the Eastern European vassal formations of the second echelon is associated with the inevitable exhaustion of the resources of the first echelon – Ukraine. And with the failure of Western “military assistance” to Kyiv. The Russian army, even without conducting strategic offensive operations, uses its advantage in the means of remote fire destruction of the enemy. The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation are methodically grinding the armed forces of Kyiv, leaving no hope for the West to preserve Ukraine as an instrument in the fight against Russia.

Even from Zelensky’s speeches disappeared former bureaucratic optimism: “Avdiivka, Peski, Maryinka, Bakhmutske and other hot destinations in the Donetsk region take away the main efforts and, unfortunately, many lives. It is also difficult in the Kharkiv region, in the south of our country, where [армия России] trying to concentrate power.

Remains of the former Soviet luxury. A column of Ukrainian troops in the vicinity of Artemovsk, August, 2022

The current media turmoil in the West on this issue is also caused by a discrepancy in Western strategic planning. The exhaustion of the capabilities of the first echelon (Ukraine) is not synchronized with the moment of bringing the second (Eastern Europe) and third (Western Europe) echelons to full combat readiness.

These echelons will not be able to obtain a sufficient number of weapons for their full combat deployment without transferring the entire Western and, above all, the American military-industrial complex to a military footing. The military investments made over the past six months are gratefully received, but leaders in the region believe the alliance needs to become more aggressive in the long term. They are mindful of the resistance from some corners of Congress to move more US personnel to Europe at a time of rising tensions with China, but most insist that having a larger US presence in Europe is necessary to keep Moscow at bay. Even more important, Baltic and Eastern European officials say, is turbocharging defense production lines to speed up long-standing orders for the weapons these front-line countries say they need.

Replica AT Washington Mail (“the alliance must become more aggressive in the long term”) indicates, on the one hand, that the planning for a war against Russia is not exhausted by spending Ukraine’s resources. On the other hand, NATO’s aggressiveness in the long term indicates ambitions that go beyond the borders of the alliance. We are talking about an aggressive war in the territories of the former USSRwhich will allow the Western indigenous powers to use their second echelon against Russia.

For Russia, this means, first, the prospect of a military confrontation with the West on a long-term basis. And, secondly, the presence of some margin of time to prepare for such a confrontation. It can be assumed that the recent inspection trip of Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu to a number of key enterprises of the Russian defense industry was connected with the need to maximize Russia’s preparations for the second stage of a protracted campaign:

It is very likely that the practical result of these inspection trips will be the adoption of decisions at the national level on a large-scale restructuring of the work of defense industry enterprises.

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