So how does Biden know when Putin’s invading Ukraine and how he plans to do it? He doesn’t.

Biden's administration doesn't appear to be reading the twice-monthly military activities reports the "Vienna Document" guarantees the 56 nation members of a European security organization who have received them since December 2014

CLEVELAND, OH – Globally the world is supposed to believe that the only politician with knowledge of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s plans and strategies for invading Ukraine is President Joseph Robinette Biden.  That’s according to the headlines news search engines are selecting for Americans to read.  Biden in a speech prepared by the Asian Indian alien putting words in his mouth, Vinay Reddy, told Americans on February 18, 2022 why he’s sharing Russia’s war plans.

“We’re calling out Russia’s plans loudly and repeatedly, not because we want a conflict, but because we are doing everything in our power to remove any reason that Russia may give to justify invading Ukraine and prevent them from moving.  Make no mistake. If Russia pursues its plans, it will be responsible for a catastrophic and needless war of choice. The United States and our allies are prepared to defend every inch of NATO territory from any threat to our collective security as well.”

Biden’s been “calling out” Russia’s “war plans” since Putin stationed troops near Ukraine’s borders in April 2021 for military exercises.  Putin’s military response allegedly came within weeks in early April after Ukraine President Volodomyr Zelensky issued a “presidential decree” on March 24, 2021 identified as No. 117/2021.  It is captioned, “On the Strategy of de-occupation and reintegration of the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.“  It initiated Zelensky’s plan to take back Donbass, Crimea and the cities Putin took from Ukraine in 2014.

Volodymyr Zelensky played high school teacher Vasyl Petrovych Holoborodko into the Ukrainian presidency on his “Servant of the People” television show and in real life. He launched his television show in 2015. In 2019 he was the first Ukrainian Jew to be elected president. The show lasted three years.

Zelensky’s presidential decree was intended as a disruption to the acts the Russian Federation has taken since 2014 to affirm its control of Crimea and normalize life for its now “Russian” citizens.  Zelensky declared that Ukraine did not recognize the results of elections and referendums the Russian Federation had overseen in the Crimea.  He declared every legal transaction made during the Russian Federation’s temporary occupation of Crimea and its cities as being invalid.

Since then, and almost weekly for the past nearly 10 months, Americans have been hearing from Biden and his administration about Putin’s invasion plans and the allegedly increasing number of troops he’s sent near the smaller nation’s borders.  Any day now, according to Biden, Russia is going to invade Ukraine.  The last big Biden invasion date was January 16, 2022.

Putin has repeatedly explained that the troop movements are associated with “military drills” and told other world leaders to “chill out.”  Biden, according to the Russians, has no crystal ball revealing the invasion plans he says are not among Russia’s Ukraine goals.  The majority of Russian troops are at least 100 miles away from Kyiv and other Ukrainian cities.  He’s also stated that Biden’s being untruthful about the number of troops involved in the military drills.

The Ukraine invasion hysteria in 2021-2022 appears to be the extended version of the same fears Baltic ” states” and the “Pentagon” created during Russia’s “Zapad drills”  with Belarus in 2017.  Donald James Trump was serving as President of the United States of America and in his first year in office.  His focus was on defending America’s borders from an illegal alien invasion instead of defending Ukraine’s borders from Russians.  The 2017 Zapad drills for Americans was not news. [NOTE: The news clip above was created by RT or Russia Today.  The news organization is registered with the United States Department of Justice under the Foreign Agents Registration Act as an agent of the Russian Federation.]

During the 2017 Zapad drills, NATO General Jens Stoltenberg said Russia and Belarus’ joint training drills were not considered to be a threat.  The agreement between the two nations authorized them to engage in military training drills every two years.  The focus has been on defensive military strategies.  Retired United States Army General Ben Hodges said his intelligence sources had counted 60,000 to 100,000 troops between Russia and Belarus.  At the time he was Commanding General of the United States Army’s European Command.

The truth is the total number of troops was 12,700 and Hodges 60,000 to 100,000 estimates were inaccurate.  7200 Belarusian and 5500 Russian soldiers participated in the 2017 drills  The information is publicly-available because the nation of Latvia sent inspectors to observe under the terms of the Vienna Document.  Aside from General Hodges comments, the Trump administration took Putin at his word.

General Ben Hodges 60,000 to 100,000 estimate of Russian and Belarusian troop strength during the Zapad drills in 2017 were wrong. Monitors who submit twice monthly reports of military activities in Ukraine confirmed the true number of military personnel was 12,700.

The 64-page Vienna Document of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe was adopted on November 30, 2011. The United States of America under the administration of then President Barack Obama signed it with 55 other nations.  Biden served as Obama’s vice president.

The Vienna Document was designed to end the war plans “guessing game” Biden and the European nations buying his rhetoric play with each other.   Biden’s been led by Ukrainian alien and Secretary of State Antony Blinken into believing that Putin had deployed anywhere from 100,000 to 190,000 Russian soldiers near Ukraine’s borders.  Since April 2021 the Vienna Document has been one of the unused diplomatic tools at Biden and Blinken’s disposal to confirm the estimates.

Section III of the Vienna Document is captioned “Risk Reduction.  Voluntary hosting of visits to dispel concerns about military activities.”  Zelensky’s administration did not request information under Section III of the Vienna Document until February 13, 2022.  Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia asked Belarus for Section III information on February 9, 2022.  There’s no published reports showing the United States asking for troop strength verification under the terms of the agreement.

Reports of military activities in Ukraine are available twice-monthly on the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe’s website; and have been since December 2014.

If we’re to believe Biden’s Russian troop strength estimates, Zelensky and the leaders of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia foolishly waited 10 months for close to Russian 190,000 soldiers to be deployed near their borders instead of in April 2021 when the alleged deployment was within the 13,000 limits of the Vienna Document.  Americans should be reminded that Ukraine’s first Jewish president, Zelensky, is a comedian who produced his own television series.  “Servant of the people.”

From a far outside perspective, it appears as if the Zelensky administration’s February 13, 2022 Vienna Document request to learn Russia and Belarus’ military activities was timed to come before his February 19, 2022 meeting of the Munich Security Conference with Biden’s vice president, Kamaladevi HarrisDmytro Kuleba serves as Zelensky’s foreign affairs secretary; and it is on Twitter that he announced Section III had been invoked in an official request.

Kuleba didn’t share a copy or the date of the Section III request.  He did not share how Ukraine’s Section III request was “served” on the Russian Federation.  Belarus is a party to the Vienna Document because of its every other year drills with the Russian Federation.  Kuleba’s tweet did not mention Belarus.

Ukraine’s Minister of Foreign Affairs is Dmytro Kuleba. This tweet represents Ukraine’s first reference to the Vienna Document.

Section III includes language requiring the replying party to respond within 48 hours.  If a meeting is requested it is supposed to be held within 48 hours.  Kuleba within 48 hours after his first tweet issued a second claiming that Russia had violated Section III of the Vienna Document.  If Harris walks into a meeting with Zelensky, and her immigrant-controlled staff hasn’t read the Vienna Document and Kuleba’s tweets, she won’t know Ukraine’s president is feeding her a line of nuanced bullshit if he says Russia was asked for information and was non-responsive.

The Vienna Document was approved in order to create “transparency” between the 56 partner nations regarding their military activities in the region.  Since December 3, 2014 the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has been uploading twice-monthly reports to its website about the military activities in Ukraine.  The reports are titled, “Status Reports of the Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine.”  They’ve never really stopped battling since Russia’s 2014 invasion.  The shelling the Biden administration “hyped” is routine according to the twice monthly OSCE reports.

The February 7, 2022 report includes observations from 1371 monitors.  The monitors describe events they have witnessed down to the detail.  They report when they’re prevented from performing their monitoring duties.

To avoid speculating about the military activities connected to Ukraine, the United States of America joined 55 other nations as a member of the Organization for the Security and Cooperation of Europe. At any time the Biden administration could have evoked its Section III authority to inspect the areas Secretary of State Antony Blinken – a Ukrainian – was claiming Russia stationed 100,000 to 190,000 troops. That’s nearly one-fifth of Russia’s 1 million active duty soldiers.

It means Zelensky and Biden’s administration have already had Section III access to Russia and Belarus’ “military activities” as Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe members.  It makes a response to Kuleba’s request for information somewhat moot since it already exists.  It also places the United States of America under the scrutiny of the Vienna Document as Biden’s joint “military activities” with NATO increases troop presence to far beyond the 13,000 “reporting trigger.”

Ukraine is not a NATO member so it’s out-of-place for the Biden administration to extend NATO privileges to a non-member.  Despite Ukraine’s anti-Russian resistance, six of nine former Soviet Union nations are members of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) with Russia.  The CSTO member nations are Russia, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Belarus.  They make up a NATO opposing “military alliance.”

There is a noticeable silence from other world leaders about the Ukraine invasion Biden and Harris have claimed Putin is supposed to have been planning since April 2021.  Biden’s “presidential” voice is alone as the global town crier about Putin’s alleged invasion plans and troop strength.

Ukrainian national Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman served on the National Security Council of the United States of America. There are lies about how he and his twin brother arrived in the United States of America; and from what nation they left to enter ours. There are more than 37 members of Congress with Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, Latvian, Armenian ancestry. America’s federal bureaucracy is infiltrated with unregistered agents of foreign governments who call themselves Americans. Which NSC employee, specifically, is responsible for the words chosen for the tweet?

One by one the leaders of other nations are meeting separately with Putin and Zelensky.  They’re obtaining information beyond what they’re being told by the Biden administration.  Even Zelensky is thanking Biden for the weapons while telling the world not to buy into our troubled president’s inflammatory statements.

FOX News reported how Biden administration sources thought Zelensky’s decision to leave Kyiv to meet Harris in Munich, Germany on February 19, 2022 would give Putin an open invasion door.  A spokesman for the Ukrainian president said he wasn’t worried and would only be out of Ukraine for a few hours.

Since February 13, 2022 Zelensky’s been acting like someone in his administration discovered the Vienna Document and read it.  Zuleba in a 2021 tweet made reference to the credibility of the OSCE’s reports in a good way.

February 27, 2022 is supposed to be the last day for Russia and Belarus’ joint, defensive, military drills. According to President Joseph Biden Russia was invading Ukraine on January 16th. Now it’s when Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was in Germany for the Munich Security Conference on February 19th. If not it’s supposed to be some day next week. Next we’ll be hearing that 500,000 Ukrainian refugees are headed for the United States of America. Expect to also learn from the White House that Biden’s tough talk has averted a way with Russia. What’s pathetic is that Democrats know Biden’s troubled and would still rather keep him than replace him with his vice president.

Someone in Biden’s loop should read a copy of the Vienna Document, visit the OSCE’s website and give our president a fighting chance at not looking so impaired.  Putin and his anti-Western allies have been telling the world “the west” is on some anti-Russian bullshit that’s so bad our leaders manufacture lies to prove themselves right.

Eric Jonathan Brewer

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