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China And Russia Move Into Closer Alliance As USG Amplifies Aggression Under Morbidly Old "President"Wednesday, March 24th, 2021
Aggressive USG posturing has pushed Russia, China, and other states towards increased cooperation as the morbidly elderly Joe Biden's US government has elected to:
- Present an infirm Joe Biden for an interview with George Stephanopoulos where Biden's only lucid comments appeared to be practiced lines referring to Russia's president Vladimir Putin as a killer. Traditionally statements of this species coming out of the USG in reference to foreign leaders precede bloody regime change wars. This in combination with a Ukrainian military buildup in Donbass suggest desperation is pushing the USG towards open war with Russia.
- At a summit involving Chinese officials and USG Secretary of State Blinken, hosted in appropriately cold Alaska, Blinken insisted China surrender to USG direction in setting China's domestic policies. The Chinese delegation rejected any possible basis from which Blinken could have imagined his demands being acceptable.
- The USG along with a number of allied vassal states imposed wide ranging sanctions on China following the failed Alaska summit despite all being net importers of Chinese products.
- Semi-Official USG press organs are reporting on rumors of planned USG "cyber attacks" against Russia. Reports including these rumors hedge substantially in describing about what the attacks "will" or "will not" target.
For their part Russia and China have been increasing the frequency of their public displays of affinity and jointly endorsing statements including:
Interference in a sovereign nation’s internal affairs under the excuse of ‘advancing democracy’ is unacceptable
Russia and China have also called for a summit of permanent members of the UN Security Council to discuss increasingly inappropriate US aggression.
January 12, 1951 - February 17th, 2021
USSA Week In Review: Capitol Stormed, Trump Surrenders, Bitcoin Reaches New All Time Highs Versus USDFriday, January 8th, 2021
The fall of the US hegemon which began last year with the inability of the US to continue escalating after Iran fired ballistic missiles at US positions in Iraq following the assassination of an Iranian general in Iraq on a diplomatic mission. In this past week:
- Georgia's Senate run off election delivered the US Senate to the "Democratic" Party. This will place the House of Representatives, Senate, and Presidency all under the overt control of the same party.
- Protestors stormed the US Capitol, vandalized some shit, and ended their occupation after a Trump staffer took to Twitter. President Trump himself was suspended from Twitter during the event.
- The US Congress confirmed North America's own geriatric Juan Guaidó as the President elect.
- The EU stopped recognizing Venezuela's Juan Guaidó as Venezuela's "interim President"
- Incumbent US President Donald Trump Surrendered the inauguration despite promising to "continue to fight" despite not actually having fought actual threats since taking office.
- Iraq issued a warrant for the arrest of sitting US President Donald Trump.
- Bitcoin set several new all time highs crossing the 40,000 USD for 1 BTC mark.
New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu has canceled his own planned inauguration ceremony following his alleged reelection after a suspected dissident was captured outside his home. The prisoner, 38 year old Skylar Bennett, was captured by forces loyal to the Governor outside the Sununu's residence during a candlelight vigil held for victims of the lockdown inflicted by Sununu.
Yesterday an RV exploded in Nashville, Tennessee across from an AT&T facility. The RV had a loudspeaker system which announced that it was going to explode 15 minutes before exploding. 41 businesses suffered damage, three people were wounded, one set of potentially human remains were found.
Damage to AT&T infrastructure disrupted both wireless and wired networks in Tennessee along with parts of Kentucky and Alabama. Government networks were affected as well.
Neither police nor government aligned media have been able to identify suspects or offer a motive for the bombing.
US Attorney General Barr will be leaving his office before Christmas. Among his accomplishments are suppressing knowledge of an investigation into President Elect Joe Biden's son Hunter for influence peddling, allowing Jeffery Epstein to die in prison, and actively working against the agenda of the US President that appointed him. Lame duck US President Donald Trump took no effective actions to prevent North America's own Juan Guaidó from ascending in his color revolution to become President Elect.
Texas is suing Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin for their unconstitutional mismanagement of this year's Federal election which diluted the votes of Texans. Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, and West Virginia joined an Amicus filing in Texas's suit lead by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt. As the parties to this suit are constituent states of the US, the only venue for the suit to be heard is the US Supreme Court.
Regime backed forces in New York captured bar owner and leader of the Mac’s Public House autonomous zone Danny Presti over his refusal to surrender to totalitarian measures backed by a carefully cultivated popular hysteria. The man attracted the regime's wrath for serving food and beverages on inside his premises.
The radio telescope at Arecibo observatory in Puerto Rico has collapsed with its 820 ton instrument platform crashing after the steel cables supporting it failed. The telescope had been closed since August due to the failure of an auxiliary support cable. Just a few months later the situation degraded such that the remaining cables were insufficient to maintain the instrument platform above the dish. Construction on massive instrument began in 1960 and the telescope saw first light November 1963.
Mohsen Fakhrizadeh died of injuries sustained in an attack that occurred in Absard outside of Tehran earlier today. Multiple assailants and at least one explosion were involved. Per Iran's Ministry of Defense, Fakhrizadeh was martyred in a "terrorist assault" and had been serving as head of their Organization of Defensive Innovation and Research. Retaliation by Iran against terrorist targets is probable and has been suggested by Iranian officials. In January of this year after the assassination of Iranian Quds force commander Qassem Soleimani, Iran demonstrated the capability of striking US targets with precision and left the US without viable avenues for any response other than acquiescence to the US's own impotence in the region.
The United States has quit the cold war era "Open Skies" treaty which allowed for surveillance flights over the potential combatants with the aim of lowering the chances that tensions break into actual combat.