BREAKING: Russia Forgets to Invade Ukraine Again
US provides Kremlin with four ideas to get the war started
A frustrated Secretary of State Anthony Blinken used a UN Security Council meeting to give Russia some useful ideas on how to start a war in Ukraine. The advice comes as Russia’s long-anticipated march on Kiev remains stalled in defiance of White House prodding.
Blinken offered four specific, achievable goals that Russia could use to start the war the Biden Administration has been hoping for:
“It could be a fabricated so-called terrorist bombing inside Russia,
the invented discovery of a mass grave,
a staged drone strike against civilians, or
a fake - even a real - attack using chemical weapons."
So far, Russia has failed to act on any of these ideas.
More than a week ago, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki provided Putin with a false-flag scenario that Putin also rejected:
“pre-positioned a group of operatives to conduct a false flag operation in eastern Ukraine. The operatives are trained in urban warfare and in using explosives to carry out acts of sabotage against Russia’s own proxy forces."
Washington is losing patience with Russia after Putin failed to meet a February 16 deadline to pour troops across its border with Ukraine.
Defense experts believe the US might need to stage its own false flag attack if it hopes to start a major war before the November elections.