Is the War in Ukraine Part of the Great Collapse before the Great Reset

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Mar. 4, 2022

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Is the War in Ukraine Part of the Great Collapse before the Great Reset

  1. Is the War in Ukraine part of The Great Collapse before The Great Reset? By Dr Peter Hammond
  2. The Great Collapse The globalists have been planning to stage a Great Collapse as a prerequisite for The Great Reset.
  3. A New Crisis and Pretext for the Great Reset With rising Resistance to the dragged out Pandemic panic propaganda, the military conflict in Ukraine is being presented by corporate media as unprovoked Russian aggression.
  4. “These are the things you shall do: Speak each man the truth to his neighbour; give judgment in your gates for truth, justice, and peace.” Zechariah 8:16
  5. Responding to Provocations However, from the Russian perspective, it is actually a logical reaction to deliberate provocations by the Biden/Obama administrations.
  6. Creating a Crisis Biden’s administration has created this crisis to deflect attention from serious political failures at home and to create a scapegoat for The Great Collapse, which the New World Order is so committed to.
  7. The Strategic Threat The immediate cause of this crisis was Biden's sudden, arbitrary and unilateral push to integrate Ukraine into NATO, placing anti-Russian armaments close to the Russian border.
  8. This has been the political, geographical and diplomatic equivalent of the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962, when the Soviet Union attempted to establish military bases in Cuba that could threaten America.
  9. Abusing Ukraine as a Political Football Ukraine has been used and abused by the US State Department for nefarious New World Order objectives.
  10. Ukraine did not ask for this. The European powers did not even ask for it.
  11. In fact, back in 2013 and 2014, Germany strongly warned of the potentially disastrous consequences of this policy of absorbing Ukraine into NATO.
  12. “He who passes by and meddles in a quarrel not his own is like one who takes a dog by the ears.” Proverbs 26:17
  13. Economic Considerations Germany also invested 11 Billion Euro into the natural gas pipeline with Russia.
  14. Some even suggest that stopping this pipeline has been the primary objective of the Biden administration
  15. to avoid the influence of Russia increasing at American expense.
  16. Sponsoring a Revolution Setting up Russia and backing them into a strategic corner to essentially have no choice but to respond militarily
  17. was precisely what Obama, Biden and Clinton achieved in 2014 by sponsoring and encouraging the violent mob violence in the streets of Kiev
  18. and the colour revolution coup which removed Ukraine's elected pro-Russian president,
  19. replacing him with a client of the US State Department
  20. who rejected the economic alliance with Russia in favour of integrating with European Union and NATO.
  21. “It is an honour for a man to cease from strife: but every fool will be meddling.” Proverbs 20:3
  22. The Crisis in Crimea That 2014 coup in Ukraine,
  23. especially as it threatened Russian interests in the Crimean Peninsula,
  24. was the geopolitical equivalent of if Russia had seized the US Pacific Ocean naval base in San Diego away from the U.S. The USA could never accept that.
  25. Self Determination To protect Russia’s strategic national interests Putin had no choice but to reclaim their territory, which had been Russian since it was liberated from the Ottoman Turkish Empire in the 1700s and which the population overwhelmingly supported in a referendum.
  26. The vast majority of the population in Crimea are ethnically, linguistically and culturally Russians.
  27. The Gay Agenda Connection Barack Obama (who had come to hate Putin for opposing his LGBTQ agenda, banning gay propaganda to children in Russia in 2013)
  28. Barack Obama set up a series of provocative and threatening events like a row of dominoes:
  29. so as to be able to accuse Russia of aggression.
  30. “…Should you help the wicked and love those who hate the Lord? Therefore the wrath of the Lord is upon you.” 2 Chronicles 19:2
  31. A Pretext for a Protection Racket That Russian “military aggression" could then be used to restart the Cold War and justify U.S. military intervention in Ukraine as a pretext for plundering it.
  32. This initiated a campaign of Mafia-style piracy – a protection racket on an national scale – which was headed by Joe Biden as the godfather, with son Hunter serving as his in-country enforcer.
  33. “While they promise them liberty, they themselves are slaves of corruption…” 2 Peter 2:19
  34. Civil War in Eastern Ukraine As a direct consequence of the Obama sponsored orange revolution coup
  35. and the immediate cancelling of minority (Russian) language rights,
  36. regions with an overwhelmingly Russian majority, such as in Donetsk
  37. and Luhansk, declared independence from Ukraine.
  38. This triggered a civil war which led to a ceasefire in August 2014
  39. and the boundaries being recognised by the Treaty of Minsk in 2015.
  40. The Refusal to Give Non-nuclear Guarantees When Biden rejected Russia's demand for a promise that Ukraine would not become a base for anti-Russian nuclear missiles,
  41. Putin's predictable decision was to formally recognize Donetsk and Luhansk as independent countries and to enter into mutual defence agreements.
  42. That, from the Russian perspective, justified the current military incursion into these two states, including the offensive assault on Ukraine airports, weapons and military infrastructure.
  43. Establishing Defensive Buffer Zones Geographically, Donetsk borders Russia and has a stretch of coastline on the Sea of Azov (with access to the Black Sea) close to Crimea.
  44. Luhansk is immediately north of Donetsk and also borders Russia.
  45. The two states now form a friendly buffer zone for Russia between itself and U.S.-controlled Ukraine.
  46. The Putin strategy is similar to what the U.S. has done in the Balkans and other places and is comparable to similar U.S. actions.
  47. Distraction and Scapegoat With the world's attention now riveted on Ukraine, the U.S. media has begun blaming America's internal economic troubles and failings on the Ukraine/Russia conflict.
  48. The U.S. elites now have their distraction and their scapegoat in the form of “unprovoked Russian aggression.”
  49. The first casualty in war is truth.
  50. "Deliver my soul, O Lord, from lying lips and from a deceitful tongue. Lying lips are an abomination to the Lord. But those who deal truthfully are His delight." Proverbs 12:22
  51. The Power of Propaganda Many politicians and journalists in America are beating the war drums and working up a patriotic fervour to rally behind the president, punish Vladimir Putin, support Ukraine and get US involved in the war.
  52. Those who advocate caution or try to explain the complications and context of this conflict will be branded unpatriotic traitors.
  53. The war has the potential to spiral out of control and involve many more countries in Europe and even further afield.
  54. "Therefore, having put away falsehood, let each one of you speak the truth with his neighbour…" Ephesians 4:25
  55. Lost Opportunities for Peace It is well to remember at this time that the USA under Obama and Biden refused Russian president Vladimir Putin's proposals for Russian membership in NATO,
  56. a neutral and demilitarised Ukraine,
  57. restoration of minority language rights for Russians in Ukraine,
  58. requests for autonomy in Donetsk and Luhansk
  59. and most recently requests for guarantees that American missiles would not be placed in Ukraine.
  60. "Then Jesus said:… 'And you shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free.'" John 8:31-32
  61. Lessons to be Learned One would hope, at this time of tragic crisis and war, that lessons could be learned.
  62. Meddling in other countries, sponsoring revolutions and coups to topple foreign governments, can have catastrophic consequences.
  63. (This is true not only for Ukraine, but also for Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria.)
  64. Violating agreements and ignoring warnings can be disastrous.
  65. Abolishing minority language rights for Russians in Ukraine and refusing requests for autonomy in regions with a Russian majority population was not wise.
  66. Continuing to expand NATO and the European Union eastwards, despite repeated warnings from Russia, was viewed as threatening Russia's strategic security.
  67. Refusing the application by Russia to join NATO was, in hindsight, perhaps not the best policy.
  68. Isolating, enforcing sanctions and threatening Russia not only drove this potential ally away from the West but forced them to make a deal with China.
  69. Russia could be a powerful ally to counter the rising threat of Red China.
  70. Alienating and demonising Russia has not improved the security of NATO.
  71. American meddling in Ukraine has not improved the lives or security of the Ukrainians.
  72. "Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows." Galatians 6:7
  73. "Finally, brethren, pray for us, that the Word of the Lord may run swiftly and be glorified, just as it is with you, and that we may be delivered from unreasonable and wicked men; for not all have faith." 2 Thessalonians 3:1-2