A blistering new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that Britain’s “midnight deadline” for President Putin to answer the fake allegations that a Russian chemical weapon was used in Salisbury (UK) to attack a former Soviet spy and his Russian citizen daughter has been totally rejected—with Foreign Minister Lavrov stating that Russia won’t respond to this British ultimatum until samples of the alleged chemical weapon were received as the protocols of both the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) and Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) explicitly demand—and that was nearly immediately followed by President Trump firing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson who had inexcusably thrown his support behind these fake British allegations before any investigation whatsoever had been made.
According to this report, to fully understand this latest American shadow government “Deep State” war move against President Trump and Russia, one must go back to this past June (2017) when former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger met privately with President Putin to initiate a private discretionary communication channel between Russia and President Trump—and that was activated a few weeks ago, on 8 February, after Kissinger had met with President Trump in the White House to discuss North Korea—with it being known, too, that Kissinger was advising Trump to “pivot to Russia”, and as he had warned about in 1972 by his stating: “Right now, we need the Chinese to correct the Russians and to discipline the Russians. But in the future, it would be the other way around.”
With the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford warning this past September (2017) that China had, indeed, become the greatest threat to the United States, and the 1972 Soviet Communist Russia that Kissinger correctly warned America would need in the future having collapsed and replaced by a vibrant democracy, this report continues, the 8 February Kissinger communiqué to President Putin from President Trump was received in the Kremlin for the bold peace move it was.
To the exact contents of the 8 February Kissinger communiqué, this report details, were the American’s exploring the “possibility/viability” of holding a meeting between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Vladivostok—where, in 1974, Kissinger oversaw the historic Summit Meeting On Arms Control between President Gerald Ford and Soviet General Secretary Leonid Brezhnev—and whose reality of taking place took an unprecedented step forward last week, on 8 March, when President Trump announced that he would, indeed, be meeting North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
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