Monday, October 23, 2017

Did Putin just gave green light to West for attack on Russia !!????

I don't quite understand what is going on here, but idiotic news as seen here sure is an invitation of trouble...

Angela Merkel and British predicted what will develop after Korean crises wants to change the constitution to specifically mention the country's military) and it seems to me just if those were used for something more(she went as far as insisting on WWIII).

We had this executive order lets Air Force recall up to 1,000 retired pilots for active duty) news just two days ago appear and sure is bad to see this bombers on 24-hour alert status) news which appeared a few minutes ago...

Russia may more than just regret Vladimir Putin. I thought Russia already have new weapons, but Putin proved me wrong...KGB should watch him from up very much military information was Putin given during Crimean and Donetsk conflict !!????? 

There is so much need for industrial expansion in Russia(hard now when one is blacklisted by West what otherwise would prove as success) and he is instead contemplating on investing into a 45 miles long bridge to nowhere collect bridge fees from Japanese or to invite more trouble over confiscated islands - there is a serious need to revive Russian car industry and he will instead invest in project as seen here !!???) !!????
Yeah, British did suggested war against China and Russia and so did Germans. Will repeat exact words of British, "they will recuperate by then and their economy will start, but it will be too late". Am just saying...

Vladimir Putin says Russia will develop new weapons systems if US does the same

Vladimir Putin has said Russia is ready to develop new weapons systems in response to other countries doing the same – and warned that if the US pulls out of a treaty on intermediate-range nuclear weapons, Moscow will do likewise.

Mr Putin said Russia will adhere to a landmark Cold War-era arms control treaty for as long as America sticks to it. 

He said he believes that global nuclear disarmament is a real possibility and that Russia “want[s] it and will be striving to achieve that”. It is a statement never heard before from a Russian leader. 

However, he noted Moscow is ready to develop new weapons systems, both nuclear and non-nuclear, in response to other countries doing the same but did not specifically mention the US in that part of his comments. 

The Russian leader was speaking at the Valdai forum of international policy experts in Sochi, Russia. 

He said Russia has adhered to agreed-upon obligations under the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty, which eliminated all short and intermediate-range – going from 500 to 5000km (3,100 miles) – nuclear and conventional missiles. 

The tready did not cover sea-launched missiles, however, and Mr Putin contended that because Russia’s navy and air force did not have the capability at the time, it was basically “unilateral disarmament” to favour the “selfishness” of the US. 

Russia has since developed such cruise missiles for its Navy ships and is currently developing “new precision weapons”, according to the Washington Post. 

Mr Putin also took the opportunity to talk about North Korea. 

He warned against “cornering North Korea”. 

The world cannot “fall in to outright insolence” in trying to deal with North Korea, which counts Russia as a major trading partner. “Whether you like the North Korean regime or not, whether it is good or not, you should not forget it is a sovereign state,” he commented. 

Russia did cast a vote in the United Nations for the strictest-ever sanctions to be imposed on North Korea regarding oil, seafood and textiles last month, but also called for a “gradual” reform of the world body. 

Mr Putin said “threatening to use force or going down to outright boorishness and swearing” would be the wrong approach, in what appeared to be a swipe at Donald Trump. 

The president recently tweeted that US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was “wasting his time” trying to negotiate with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, who Mr Trump has repeatedly referred to as “Rocket Man”.

On another occasion he took to Twitter again to write that “only one thing will work” to stop the isolated Asian nation from continuing to develop its nuclear weapons programme. 

After trading barbs, Kim Jong-un’s state-un news agency issued a statement in which it called Mr Trump a “dotard” and “frightened dog”. 

Late last week Russia had also criticised the Trump administration’s decision not to certify the Iran nuclear deal. 

The Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement that Mr Trump’s action “once again underlines the inadmissibility of using aggressive and threatening rhetoric in international relations... it is a hangover from the past.” 

Mr Putin also noted that the US has been slow to dismantle its chemical weapons arsenals in line with an international treaty, while Russia wrapped up the destruction of its chemical weapons stockpiles last month.

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