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‘Villainous Vilnius’ Summit Demonstrates Need To Dissolve NATO

July 11, 2023, 2022 (EIRNS)—The confederacy of dunces meeting at Vilnius have proclaimed, with dubious conviction, that someday, somehow, Ukraine will be in NATO. This displeased “Little Caesar” Zelenskyy, who took to the streets of the city and, speaking at a concert clearly staged on his behalf, castigated the whole Anglosphere as “weak sisters,” for being “indecisive,” for being afraid to throw caution to the winds, get some iron in the spine, and stand up to the Russians. Another Ukrainian official, Andriy Yermak, Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, went further. He explained, in an ABC interview, why the West should not fear escalating toward nuclear war. “Some countries, unfortunately, don’t really understand the current Russia. It’s not the country of Pushkin, Tchaikovsky, Russian ballet, one of the strongest armies in the world. It’s the country [of] terrorists.”

Those that have read Mein Kampf—hopefully, only for research purposes—know that there was no one more rabidly obsessed with the extermination of Russia—not merely “Bolshevism”—than Adolf Hitler. Certainly, that fact is not lost on Russia. But it is the mind-set, not the individual, that matters. Fascism was not a “German-only” phenomenon, as the tattoos of Ukraine’s Azov Battalion (and others) advertise, and as the financial policies of the City of London and Wall Street demonstrate every day.

The July 8-9 Schiller Institute Conference in Strasbourg, France, and the alternative “culture of peace” that it presented, including a new security and development architecture for the world as is now being discussed, if imperfectly, throughout the Global South, is the opposite of the “universal fascism” that the absurd “North Atlantic Treaty Organization” now exemplifies. Think about it. By decree, NATO has proclaimed that the Atlantic Ocean now includes the Caspian Sea, the Black Sea, the Gulf of Aden, the Red Sea, the Horn of Africa, and the Pacific Ocean. Madness! Worse, foolish nations go along with it, to be assimilated the way that a Venus fly-trap assimilates a fly.

The Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Mykhailo Podolyak, as recorded in an interview with Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty yesterday, gave a preview of what he believed that his boss, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, was going to discuss with Joe Biden today, in a “side meeting” of the ongoing “Villainous Vilnius” NATO Summit. Among other discussion topics, Podolyak said,

“The third issue is still the question of Russia’s defeat. This is even a philosophical, doctrinal question, why Russia must necessarily defeat [sic], why it is beneficial to the democratic world, what Russia should look like after defeat, and why we should not be afraid of it, and why, in principle, Putin does not control Russia, is not a strong President, and why it is assistance to Ukraine that will accelerate the finalization of Russia’s existence as we see it today.”

Formulations like “the finalization of Russia’s existence”—too similar to the idea of a “final solution” to be a mistake—only come out of one sort of mind-set. Hitler, Himmler, Goebbels, Sir Oswald Mosley, King Edward VIII, and Brooklyn’s own Hjalmar Horace Greeley Schacht were all of that sort of mind-set.

The International Assassination Bureau, the same that has operated for decades, but in different guises for different occasions, has killed another Russian target and then listed him as “liquidated” on its Myrotvorets list in Kiev. Note carefully, also, that the Ukrainian Presidency’s Center for Countering Disinformation (CCD) had referenced the “Strasbourg International Peace Conference: Russia urges Europe to break free from U.S. shackles for a just multipolar world,” and listed Helga Zepp-LaRouche, again, on its latest “target list,” used by the Ukrainian SBU security service to identify “enemies of the state.” What is unusual, however, is that this CCD citation was dated several days before the Schiller Institute conference occurred.

In the United States, the House Judiciary Committee has just “released a report yesterday on the FBI’s cooperation with the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) to suppress the social media accounts of Americans suspected of disseminating alleged ‘Russian disinformation’ ” as you can read in the intelligence item below. What constitutes Russian disinformation? Well, that’s not so easy for Americans to identify. According to the head of Ukraine’s National Security Defense Council Oleksiy Danilov (who also runs CCD), for example, Americans, including American politicians, have been brainwashed from an early age about Russia: “The thing is that the textbooks used by students, who graduate from respected Western universities, including American, British ones, were written by Russians” and “were written based on the version of history that was written in Russia.”

Which, presumably, is why Americans don’t understand that there has to be a commitment to “the finalization of Russia,” even if that means “the finalization of America, and the whole world.” Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump, who denounced President Biden’s decision to send cluster bombs to Ukraine, pointed out that Biden had blurted out the embarrassing truth. Despite the fact that the United States is spending, officially, just shy of $900 billion on war—euphemistically called “defense”—it has run out of weapons, and is now reduced to giving Ukraine 20-year-old ordnance which has been outlawed by 123 nations. Russia’s 2023 defense budget is estimated at $84 billion—one-tenth of our present budget—but we don’t have ammunition. Democratic Presidential candidate Robert Kennedy, Jr. said, “Last year, WH Press Secretary Jen Psaki called the use of cluster bombs a ‘war crime.’ Now President Biden plans to send them to Ukraine. Stop the ceaseless escalation! It is time for peace.”

And Zelenskyy wasn’t the only one in the streets in Europe yesterday. In Sofia, Bulgaria, a NATO country, thousands marched against the idea of admitting Ukraine into NATO. “Zelenskyy, killer of Ukrainians!” was one slogan heard. While Charlie Chaplin’s “Great Dictator” character, Adenoid Hynkel, was also, like Zelenskyy, mistaken for a “Führer,” he, at least, grew into the role. In the case of Zelenskyy, his desperation makes him shriek, and shrink, more and more, by the day. The more serious problem is, will this moment in history find only Lilliputians in leadership of the trans-Atlantic nations? There is world-class leadership in the Global South, Brazil, South Africa, Russia, and China. There are some signs of life in the United States. Now, from the ranks of the emerging International Peace Coalition, the movement known as Humanity For Peace, and the participants in the Schiller Institute conferences, must come the complement to the world’s aspirations for a new, just world system of sovereign nations united in a harmony of interests and a commitment to the common aims of mankind. “Pacem In Terris” is not only possible, but the natural condition of the human race.

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