Watch as US Now Tries to Reign in Russia’s Game-Changing Strategic Weapons With Arms Control Treaties

Why is the treaty-ending Trump admin suddenly talking up arms control? Take a lucky guess

It finally hit them

By me (sorry, can I get a credit for some shit at least once in a while?), the whole fuss is about this:

The US Government considers new Russian missile complexes Sarmat and Avangard to be covered by the START Treaty. This was stated on Wednesday by Deputy Secretary of the State for arms control and international security Andrea Thompson.

More detail:

“Washington also assesses that three other Russian systems – a nuclear-powered cruise missile, the Poseidon unmanned underwater vehicle and the Kinzhal air-launched ballistic missile – constitute a “new kind of strategic offensive arms for purposes of New START,” Thompson added.

Well, well, well, what do ya know. It took only a year, within which the United States finally understood ramifications of the new weapon systems. State Department could have saved a lot of time and money should they have read my books and warning I issued on March 5, 2018:

Putin’s message was clear: “You didn’t listen to us then, you will listen to us now”. After that he proceeded with what can only be described as a military-technological Pearl-Harbor meets Stalingrad. The strategic ramifications of the latest weapon systems Putin presented are immense. In fact, they are historic in nature. 

Never in modern history had a geopolitical balance shifted so dramatically in such a short time as it happened on March 1, 2018, with Russia leading what became a REAL Revolution in Military Affairs. I cannot stop stressing two things:

1. Hyper-sonic weapons Russia presented are not Wunderwaffe but they are perilously (for the United States) close to it;

2. Now Putin (yesterday) launches new program on anti-hyper-sonic defense, plus Russia continues to roll out some mind-boggling systems such as EW complexes and now signs contract for first 76 SU-57s (Just in case).

So, who knows what is coming after, say, such systems as S-500. But one thing is absolutely clear–the United States will do its utmost, including by means of “improving relations”, or rather imitation of such improvement, in its futile attempts to slow down an ever widening technological gap which drives modern geopolitical realignment and return of Russia to the global stage as a superpower.

US will try to put new existing and upcoming weapons systems under the limitations of all kinds of treaties but, if the US wants to taste own medicine, it should go back to 2002 to unilateral abrogation of 1972 ABM Treaty and the way Russia literally begged to preserve it. We know the rest of the story.

Now, one in his own mind, must ask a simple question–will Russia repeat, as did Soviet Union, a suicidal and self-humiliating rejection of own national interests in a delusional pursuit of acceptance to the combined West, especially when having a decisive conventional and nuclear advantage over the United States? Well, I think we all know the answer. As I stated in conclusion then:

If warnings and the demonstration of Russian military-technological superiority will have an effect, as was the Russian intent from the beginning, some sensible conversation on the new world order may start between key geopolitical players. The world cannot afford any more a pretentious, self-aggrandizing and hollow bully which knows not what it does and threatens the world’s stability and peace. American self-proclaimed hegemony is over where it really matters for any real and perceived hegemon—the military field.It was over for some time now, it just took Putin’s speech to demonstrate the good old Al Capone truism that one can get much further with a kind word and a gun than with a kind word alone. After all, Russia did try a kind word alone, it didn’t work and the United States has only itself to blame.

P.S. I knew that Kinzhal was immediate game-changer.

Source: Reminiscence of the Future

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silver749
silver749
3 months ago

START Treaty. You start – we limit or ban – until we catch up and withdraw from the treaty. Looking like a fool is your own fault.

Séamus Ó Néill
Séamus Ó Néill
3 months ago

Whatever happened at Sochi recently left America a little red faced and running scared , Pompeo looked like a chastised schoolboy ….but he still couldn’t resist lying. Russia ( and I believe China also ) has a strong military advantage over America and doesn’t need any treaties… which the perfidious psychopath would break anyway. I would hope that they would stick to the road they’re now travelling….making friends is a lot more beneficial than making war ,as America will soon find out. They are becoming more isolated daily and I believe they will now abandon their previous plans for Venezuela and Iran. I may be wrong , but I think they were warned of the consequences !

Drew
Drew
3 months ago

No one ever should sign any treaty with Jewmerica, until the Khazarian criminal gang rules Fascington. Any would be treaty-signing party must demand a Zio parasite-free certification.

Canosin
Canosin
3 months ago
Reply to  Drew

perfect.. …. the parasites must be removed…. surgically if necessary

YY4U
YY4U
3 months ago

Well… at least America is open to crossdressers in the Military. That’s something Russia has not got.

Jesus
Jesus
3 months ago

Russia from a position of strength based on hypersonic weapons and glide vehicles does not need to negotiate anything with the US, since US is technologically trailing in developing such weapons.
US can try to engage the Russians on some arms control discussions, Russians can tell them plainly to come back to the negotiating table when they have become technologically competitive, and have overcome cognitive dissonance.

CHUCKMAN
3 months ago

Yes, I think you have the basic drift of America correct.

John C Carleton
John C Carleton
3 months ago

Why would anyone every have an arms agreement with the Khazarian run USA corporation?

WASHINGTON DC, never has, and never will tell the truth or live up to their word on anything.

JustPassingThrough
JustPassingThrough
3 months ago

don’t call us, we’ll call you.
it’s over.
murika is scared s*itless.
and it’s not just coming from RU.
It’s CN
It’s DPRK
It’s IR.
It’s…

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