US NATO condemns Ukraine for first time, concedes to Russia in G20 declaration Signs of policy change

During the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia from November 15, a Russian-made missile landed in eastern Poland, a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) , killing civilians. U.S. President Biden , who was staying in Bali, immediately said, "It's hard to believe that the launch came from Russia." It was the interceptor missile of the Ukrainian military that did it." In addition, the Hungarian government criticized, saying, "It was wrong for the Ukrainian president to immediately accuse Russia of an attack." For the first time, NATO has put a nail in the coffin of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who has blamed Russia for all the disaster. There is an obvious dissonance. It could also be seen as a sign of a change in US NATO policy regarding the war in Ukraine .

■ "Another View"

This is reflected in the G20 Leaders Declaration. In the declaration, the avoided mentioning Russia by name and only criticized the war in Ukraine . =Picture, President Joko Widodo in the Chair=

The G20 consists of 20 countries and regions, including the seven G7 countries, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, South Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, the European Union and the European Central Bank. Among them, nine countries including Indonesia, China, India, Brazil, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, South Africa and Argentina have rejected the sanctions against Russia . Excluding Russia and the European Union, which are the parties concerned, sanctions were imposed by seven G7 countries, Australia, and South Korea. It goes without saying that both arguments should be written together. While much of the world has unquestionably condemned Russia's military aggression and propagandized that it is sanctioning Russia, the Western media has revealed that there is a restraining "alternative view and assessment" of the war in Ukraine. Officially presented to the world.

In the end, the attendance of Russian President Putin, which was strongly desired by Indonesia, the chair country, was cancelled. However , the summit declaration, which was thought to be impossible to adopt, was successfully compiled, and the United States, Europe, and Japan had no choice but to accept the arguments of the countries that did not participate in the sanctions against Russia The tenacious persuasion efforts of President Joko Widodo and other ministers of the Indonesian government since February 24, the day of the Russian military invasion, have come to fruition. President Jokowi stressed that "direct dialogue between leaders is important" to avoid clashes . Regarding the summit proclamation he adopted, he said it was "the best outcome in the midst of the war".

■ Opinions and evaluations of countries not participating in sanctions

This is the shorthand for "different views and different evaluations."

A war in Ukraine was avoidable. The Minsk Accords were enacted involving Ukraine, Russia, Donetsk and Lugansk regions, France and Germany to end the civil war in the Donbass region of eastern Ukraine . At one point, the conflict was resolved by granting a high degree of autonomy to the Donetsk and Lugansk regions . If the Ukrainian government faithfully implemented this agreement, the problem would be solved. However, the Ukrainian government has trampled on the Minsk agreements. However , the Biden administration induced Ukraine's betrayal behind the scenes. President Biden forced Ukraine to unilaterally scrap the Minsk agreements and provoked Russian military action.

In addition, with the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, a formal republic belonging to the Soviet Union became Ukraine as a sovereign state for the first time. and the lack of consideration for the South, and the Ukrainian-born General Secretary Khrushchev (1953-1964) ceded Crimea to Ukraine while leaving serious doubts over the legal basis. The US administration has taken advantage of this problem and, over the past 20 years or so, has made Ukraine pro-American and confronted Russia.



[Picture] Minsk Agreement 2 signed in Minsk , Belarus in February 2015. Ukrainian President Poroshenko, who was elected after the 2014 coup that ousted the pro-Russian president, glares at French President Orlando. German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks worriedly at President Putin's exhausted expression.

<Note: October 14, 2022, “President Joko Widodo Defying U.S. Pressure, Inviting Putin to G20” and “Come to a World Led by the U.S. and Europe,” published on November 8, 2022, “German Chancellor Scholz’s Visit to China: G7 Hollowing out, sprouts for the expansion of neo-Eurasianism”, etc. >

■ G7 lost power

In the first place, only Japan, South Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan in Asia have imposed sanctions against Russia, and the majority of other European countries, including the Anglo-Saxon allies of the United States, Great Britain, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and the 27 member states of the EU, have imposed sanctions on Russia. Only 49 countries. Indonesia and other countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, which are the driving force behind the non-aligned movement, are former colonial powers and are opposed to the movement led by the United States and Britain to rule the world with new imperialist methods. What is the core of the Ukraine problem? I understand there is. As a result, the United States, Europe, Japan, and the G7 lost power.

Now, if Russia deliberately fires missiles at Poland, a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) , it would be a decisive and serious situation. It is not surprising that US NATO has criticized Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's remark that "Russia attacked". They feared that NATO would launch a collective security posture that would lead to all-out war with Russia. From now on, the US and NATO will likely refrain from arbitrary “false flag operations” on the part of Ukraine.

Anyway, US-NATO hastily brushed off Zelensky's accusations against Russia without actually investigating anything, stating that "it was not a Russian attack on Poland." This is because it should not have sparked a nuclear war between the United States and Russia. On the other hand, for the Zelensky administration, the content of the G20 summit declaration this time is the result of the United States-led NATO, G7 , and EU being driven into China, Russia, India, and non-aligned countries, and the outlook for the future war situation is decisively darkened. It is something to do. There is even a suspicion that Ukrainian impatience led to the provocation of launching missiles in the direction of Poland.

■Poland "attacks" by mistakenly shooting air defense missiles?

Furthermore, NATO's denial of Zelensky's remarks this time is that most of the indiscriminate attacks and massacres of civilians in Ukraine, which have been unilaterally attributed to the Russian military, were performed by various special forces and neo-Nazi forces hiding in Ukraine. , reinforced suspicions of a false flag operation.

[left map] A Russian-made missile believed to be owned by Ukraine was fired at the village of Przebodov in eastern Poland



There are still a large number of Soviet-era Russian-made weapons left in Ukraine and other Eastern European countries of the former Soviet Union. It can be used to claim an attack by Russia. Even so, the U.S. NATO explains in a painful way that "a Ukrainian air defense missile malfunctioned in response to a Russian attack and was shot at Poland." It's a blast. It is impossible for an air defense missile that has hitherto intercepted Russian missiles flying from the east or north to accidentally fire in the opposite direction to the west (Poland).

■Did the Kissinger faction suppress the neoconservatives?

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has warned against prolonging the fighting in Ukraine and ending it with negotiations. In August, he told CNN, "Negotiations have to take place. I also want to warn you not to let this war drag on forever, because it will be like World War I and will likely escalate." That's why I hope NATO members will soon reach an agreement on what the outcome of the negotiations should be and what the outcome will be."

Kissinger, who must have had the above " alternative views and assessments" in mind, has , like George Kennan, warned that the neoconservatives' NATO expansion eastward would create a Cold War with Russia. Criticism of the neoconservatives , who adhere to Brzezinski's Eurasian domination strategy, seems to be growing within the US power centre. The series of moves centered on the G20 this time may be because the tug-of-war between the neoconservatives, who are aiming to prolong the war, and the Kissinger faction, who are critical of it, has come to a halt.

<Note: Please refer to the article published on March 3, 2022, “Brzezinski’s plan to corner Putin: Ukraine crisis and US conquest of Eurasia”>

However, even if the Biden administration moves to abandon President Zelensky and the neo-Nazis, it is unlikely that they will obey. Poland, with its strong anti- Russian consciousness, is radical. Radosław Sikorsky, a member of the European Parliament who has served as minister of foreign affairs and defense, even advocated bringing nuclear weapons to Ukraine.