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Spotlight on Britain’s Role in Attack on Russia’s Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol

Nov. 3, 2022 (EIRNS)—Today the British Ambassador to Russia Deborah Bronnert was summoned to the Russian Foreign Ministry, over the British role in Ukraine’s Oct. 29 drone and missile attack on Russia’s Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol, Crimea. Afterward, the Ministry released a statement identifying the place, date, time, and military units involved in British training and collaboration with Ukraine’s Marine Special Operation Center, recently, and since 2020.

This Russian statement did not also include specifics of Britain’s involvement in the Sept. 26 attack on the Nord Stream pipelines, but Nikolay Patrushev, the Director of the Russian Security Council, reiterated today that Britain was likewise involved in that attack.

Today’s démarche with Ambassador Bronnert is part of a series of formal actions Russia has taken since the early morning attack on Sevastopol, Oct. 29, which provide yet another cut-and-dried case of crimes and fraud by leaders of Global NATO, showing that, to put it very politely, they are a bunch of lying, depraved bastards. Worst of all, this crowd is trying to conduct and “win” a chicken game of nuclear war threat with Russia. In that regard, Russia issued a warning yesterday, titled, “Statement of the Russian Federation on Preventing Nuclear War.”

The Russian Nov. 2 document states: “We are strongly convinced that in the current complicated and turbulent situation, caused by irresponsible and impudent actions aimed at undermining our national security, the most immediate task is to avoid any military clash of nuclear powers.

“We urge other states of the ‘nuclear five’ to demonstrate in practice their willingness to work on solving this top priority task and to give up the dangerous attempts to infringe on vital interests of each other while balancing on the brink of a direct armed conflict and encouraging provocations with weapons of mass destruction, which can lead to catastrophic consequences.”

In the United States, perhaps the most important event taking place anywhere in the nation, in the final four days before the Nov. 8 midterm elections, will occur Saturday, Nov. 5, at 11 a.m. (EDT). EIR News Service will hold an online international media availability, “A Nuclear War Cannot Be Won, and Must Never Be Fought,” with leaders who are sounding the alarm over the danger, and identifying the alternative course. The roster of speakers includes Scott Ritter, former U.S. Marine and nuclear weapons inspector; Col. Richard H. Black (ret.), former head of the U.S. Army’s Criminal Law Division at the Pentagon and a former Virginia State Senator; Ray McGovern, former CIA senior analyst; Helga Zepp-LaRouche, founder of the Schiller Institute, and leader of its recent international role for a new world security and development architecture; and others, including more leaders from Europe. Most prominently, Diane Sare will participate. She is the Independent candidate for U.S. Senate in New York, who has not only campaigned in her state, for all to activate to stop the nuclear war danger, but she has also taken the call internationally.

In Europe, there are more voices sounding, breaking ranks with the “fight to the death of all” NATO credo. Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani, speaking on the eve of the G7 ministerial today, called for talks over Ukraine. “The goal should be an agreement, a meeting between Putin and Zelenskyy, so that they could be able to sit down to talk.”

At the same time, Russian President Vladimir Putin this week has moved to further new “centers for development” for world benefit. Yesterday, Putin and Indonesian President Joko Widodo conferred by phone about the Nov. 15-16 Group of 20 Summit, that Indonesia will host in Bali. They spoke of the agenda and goals, and in particular they discussed world food security as a priority.

To the opening of the Arab League Summit in Algeria on Nov. 1, Putin sent a greeting to the opening, stressing the importance of the 22 member nations involved in the Arab League, whose populations number at least a half-billion, and whose leadership for new, productive economic and security measures will benefit the entire world.

These initiatives are in the very same direction as that launched by the grouping on Oct. 7 of current and former legislators of Central and South America for a world mobilization of leaders to set policy on an emergency basis. The next seminar in this process is set for November 22, “Stop the Danger of Nuclear War Now; Third Seminar of Political and Social Leaders of the World.” There is no time to spare.

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