President Biden Warns the World is on the Verge of Nuclear Armageddon
The threat of Russian Nuclear Escalation Has Never Been Greater Due to the Success of Ukrainian Counteroffensive in Retaking Russian-Annexed Territory
Fox & Friends Host Brian Kilmeade interviewing retired US Army Vice Chief of Staff General Jack Keane on President Biden’s Warning that the US and Europe are on the verge of a Nuclear Armageddon
October 12th Update: A recent news report indicates that Russia is stockpiling a vast amount of fuel at the front for its fully mobilized million man army Putin is sending to Ukraine in advance of what I am predicting will be a Russian winter offensive with the objective of occupying most if not all of Ukraine and force its surrender in time for Russia's Victory Day Parade on May 9, 2023. In addition, former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta has reported that U.S. intelligence estimates there is a 20-25% chance of Russian nuclear escalation up from only 1-5% when the war began. This changed US intelligence assessment explains the rationale for Biden declaring that we have never been closer to nuclear armageddon since the Cuban Missile Crisis.
This month marks the sixtieth anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis of October 1962 between the United States and the Soviet Union over Russian nuclear Medium Range Ballistic Missile’s stationed at the time in Communist Cuba. Historians agree that it was only a diplomatic agreement negotiated between President John F. Kennedy and Soviet dictator Nikita Khrushchev which averted a full-scale nuclear exchange between the United States and the Soviet Union. At a fundraiser held on October 6th, President Biden told Democrat donors, "We have not faced the prospect of Armageddon since Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis…we have a direct threat of the use of the nuclear weapon if, in fact, things continue down the path they’ve been going.” Then he added, "[Putin] wasn’t joking when he talks about using nuclear weapons" in response to recent Ukrainian battlefield successes in a tacit admission that the risk of nuclear war has never been higher in the past sixty years.
Biden then conceded that the administration’s policy did not give Putin a diplomatic option to end the war musing that, “We’re trying to figure out: What is Putin’s off-ramp? Where does he get off? Where does he find a way out? Where does he find himself in a position that he does not — not only lose face, but lose significant power within Russia?” Finally, he provided us an indication of who he plans to blame in the event his Ukraine war policy provokes a Russian nuclear escalation stating, ‘I don’t think there’s any such thing as the ability to easily use a tactical nuclear weapon and not end up with Armageddon. I didn’t realize how much serious damage the previous administration did to our foreign policy.”
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