NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM MAY 4 2023
May 4, 2023 / /
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By now you've probably heard of that alleged Ukrainian strike on the Kremlin.. Joseph has some high octane speculations about that:
Russia’s Medvedev Calls for 'Elimination' Of Zelensky & 'His Clique' After Drone Attack
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Russian air defense is very good – the drones should have been detected and destroyed early on.
This seems like a photo op for an attack on a site sure to get the average Russian citizen angry.
Soon there will be dry ground conditions in Ukraine, it’s likely there will be a major combined arms campaign by the Russians and this will push Russian citizens’ toward being in favor of it.
That there were several videos taken of that same domed roof top and flagpole, one of them from European sources shows two people on top of the dome as if climbing a ladder like egress to the flagpole – almost as if trying to avoid the slow-moving drone just before it incinerates near the flagpole or even next to a fluttering of the flag. Like a propeller got caught. Begs the question, “Who were those two people on the dome egress?” “And, How many more clips of the same sequence will discreetly emerge avoiding the Politsiya Rossii (Police of Russia).
a few tidbits for your consideration:
1 was the recent visit of MI6 chief Dearlove to Kiev to make sure the Ukies would go ahead with the plan? Boris had to go there last year to make sure any peace negotiations were thwarted so don’t underestimate the involvement of the Brits.
2 it may just be the Ukie intelligence behind this, excluding Z but a US OK was surely needed. The Ukie intelligence were behind a couple of murders in Russia in recent months which means they have people on the ground in Russia.
3 Not one word so far from Putin on this but a lot of other babble from all sorts of people.
I think the Russians needs Z alive, not dead as they need someone recognised by all in case of talks. Any replacement president will likely not be recognised by all. But the Anglo sphere probably considers him a spent force and expendable.
Sending drone bombs to Kremlin, is a flying kiss, from emperor Charlie’s upcoming event, who, to boost his imperial fantasy, needs to kick an underling.
It is basically animal cruelty against subjects, when royalty needs a scapegoat, to place blame on, a whipping boy, a Prügelknabe, to keep up appearances.
Mad hatters chant “Rule, Britannia!”, in pomp and circumstance, with mad King George!
Moscow says the US was behind drone attack: https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/moscow-says-us-behind-kremlin-drone-attack-russian-forces-target-kyiv-2023-05-04/
What makes me suspicious is how close these objects got to the Kremlin before being neutralized. This incident reminds me of the alleged airplane that allegedly eluded all U.S. military security and flew into the side of the Pentagram on 9/11, or the more recent alleged Chinese spy balloon that flew through U.S. airspace unimpeded for so long.
My speculation starts with the premise that any Russian military defense loyal to Putin would destroy a foreign or dangerous drone before it got that close to the Kremlin. In other words, I assume nobody could make or allow this to happen but the Russian military itself or some very powerful, well-funded global network with eyes, ears, and operatives at the highest echelons of power globally (such as the Nazi International).
On the basis of all that, I can only imagine this is one of three things:
(1) a straight-up false flag, sanctioned by Putin, as a prelude to “asymmetric” measures and/or definitive military strikes in the Ukraine;
(2) a false flag carried out by a disgruntled element within the Russian military command, frustrated with Putin’s relatively restrained handling of the Ukrainian conflict, that may hope this will make Putin look weak at home if he doesn’t take quick, harsh, decisive measures to put an end to the conflict once and for all; or
(3) an incident pulled off by the Nazi International or a similar network (if there is one) as a demonstration that they’re still a force to be reckoned with.
In scenarios 1 and 2, the false flag may be meant more for domestic than international consumption.
The whole setup is strange, beginning with who was standing on the ground looking up at the flag over the Kremlin, holding a poor quality camera and waiting to frame the exact spot that the drone was headed, so that the little flash-bang would be centered in the frame. The drone is moving slowly, like a hobby drone you can get on Amazon, and it’s small.
In one’s view, some one knew where and when to point their camera, didn’t they? As for an investigation, . . . especially, of a likely sanitized crime scene, (again) . . “Mr. Nyet,” will dispense with convenient special characteristics from his southeastern neighbor and will want a most negative outcome anyway, expecting his useful idiots to come through for him with useful [dezinformatsiya] to bolster already desperate positions where they’ve been strangely lacking – their home front and in the ranks. There’s only so much of a Potemkin Village to see, one suspects.
This might be one of the few times Zelinsky tells the truth the Third Party might be trying to turn him into a sacrificial monkey though they might hide their fingerprints by using outsider drone technology.