Ukraine and the New Al Qaeda



Ukraine far right Azov regiment

Initially revealed at The Last American Vagabond.

Because the battle between Ukraine and Russia continues to escalate and dominate the world’s consideration, the rising proof that the US Central Intelligence Company (CIA) is and has been working to create and arm an insurgency within the nation has obtained significantly little consideration contemplating its probably penalties.

That is notably true on condition that former CIA officers and a former Secretary of State are actually overtly saying that the CIA is following the “fashions” of previous CIA-backed insurgencies in Afghanistan and Syria for its plans in Ukraine. Provided that these nations have been ravaged by conflict as a direct results of these insurgencies, this bodes poorly for Ukraine.

But, this insurgency is poised to have penalties that attain far past Ukraine. It more and more seems that the CIA sees the insurgency it’s creating as greater than a possibility to take its hybrid conflict in opposition to Russia ever nearer to its borders. As this report will present, it seems the CIA is set to manifest a prophecy propagated by its personal ranks over the previous two years.

This prediction from former and present intelligence officers dates from not less than early 2020 and holds {that a} “transnational white supremacist community” with alleged ties to the Ukraine battle would be the subsequent world disaster to befall the world as the specter of Covid-19 recedes.

Per these “predictions”, this world community of white supremacists – allegedly with a bunch linked to the battle within the Donbas area of Ukraine at its core – is to grow to be the brand new Islamic State-style risk and can undoubtedly be used because the pretext to launch the still-dormant infrastructure arrange final yr by the US authorities below President Biden for an Orwellian “War on Domestic Terror.”

Provided that this CIA-driven effort to construct an insurgency in Ukraine started way back to 2015 and that the teams it has educated (and continues to coach) embody these with overt Neo-Nazi connections, evidently this “coming Ukrainian insurgency,” because it has been lately referred to as, is already right here.

In that context, we’re left with the unnerving chance that this newest escalation of the Ukraine-Russia battle has merely served because the opening act for the latest iteration of the seemingly infinite “Conflict on Terror.”

Insurgency Rising

Quickly after Russia started army operations in Ukraine, International Affairs – the media arm of the Council on International Relations (CFR) – revealed an article entitled “The Coming Ukrainian Insurgency.”

The piece was authored by Douglas London, a self-described “retired Russian-speaking CIA operations officer who served in Central Asia and managed company counterinsurgency operations.” He asserted within the article that “Putin will face a protracted, bloody insurgency that can unfold throughout a number of borders” with the potential to create “widening unrest that might destabilize different nations in Russia’s orbit.”

Different notable statements made by London embody his assertion that “the US will invariably be a serious and important supply of backing for a Ukrainian insurgency.”

He additionally states that “As the US realized in Vietnam and Afghanistan, an insurgency that has dependable provide strains, ample reserves of fighters, and sanctuary over the border can maintain itself indefinitely, sap an occupying military’s will to struggle, and exhaust political help for the occupation at dwelling.”

London explicitly refers to fashions for this apparently imminent Ukrainian insurgency because the CIA-backed insurgencies in Afghanistan within the Eighties and the “average rebels” in Syria from 2011 to the current.

London is not alone in selling these previous CIA-backed insurgencies as a mannequin for “covert” US assist to Ukraine. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, whose State Division helped to create the “average insurgent” insurgency in Syria and oversaw the US and NATO-backed destruction of Libya, appeared on MSNBC on February twenty eighth to say primarily the identical.

In her interview, Clinton cited the CIA-backed insurgency in Afghanistan as “the mannequin that individuals [in the US government] are actually wanting towards” with respect to the state of affairs in Ukraine. She additionally references the insurgency in Syria in related vogue in the identical interview. It’s price noting that Clinton’s former deputy chief of workers when she was Secretary of State, Jake Sullivan, is now Biden’s Nationwide Safety Adviser.

The Afghanistan insurgency, initially backed by the US and CIA starting within the late Seventies below the identify Operation Cyclone, subsequently spawned the US empire’s supposedly mortal enemies – the Taliban and Al Qaeda – who would go on to gas the post-9/11 “Conflict on Terror.”

The US’ marketing campaign in opposition to the descendants of the insurgency it had as soon as backed resulted in horrific destruction in Afghanistan and a litany of lifeless and conflict crimes, in addition to the longest (and thus costliest) conflict and occupation in American army historical past. It additionally resulted within the bombings and destruction of a number of different nations together with the whittling down of civil liberties domestically.

Equally, in Syria, the US and CIA’s backing of “average rebels” was and stays extremely damaging to the nation it supposedly desires to merely “liberate” from the rule of Bashar al-Assad. The US army continues to occupy important areas of that nation.

With these overtly touted as “fashions” for the “coming Ukraine insurgency,” what’s to grow to be of Ukraine, then? If the historical past of CIA-backed insurgencies is any indicator, it heralds considerably extra destruction and extra struggling for its folks than the present Russian army marketing campaign.

Ukraine will grow to be a failed state and a killing area. These within the West cheering on their governments’ help for the Ukrainian aspect of the battle would do properly to understand this, notably in the US, as it’s going to solely result in the escalation of yet one more lethal proxy conflict.

Nonetheless, along with the above, we should additionally think about the very unsettling actuality that this Ukrainian insurgency started to be shaped by the CIA not less than a number of months, if not a number of years, previous to Russia’s at present ongoing army marketing campaign in Ukraine. Yahoo! News reported in January that the CIA has been overseeing a covert coaching program for Ukrainian intelligence operatives and particular ops forces since 2015.

Their report explicitly quotes one former CIA official with data of this system as saying that the CIA has been “coaching an insurgency” and has been conducting this coaching at an undisclosed US army base. This coaching of Ukrainian “insurgents” was supported by the Obama, Trump, and now Biden administrations, with the latter two increasing its operations.

Whereas the CIA denied to Yahoo! that it was coaching an insurgency, a New York Times report additionally revealed in January said that the US is contemplating help for an insurgency in Ukraine if Russia invades.

Provided that the CIA, at the moment and previous to this yr, has been warning of an imminent Russian invasion of Ukraine up till the present escalation of hostilities befell, it’s price asking if the US authorities and the CIA helped “pull the set off” by deliberately crossing Russia’s “crimson strains” with respect to NATO encroachment in Ukraine and post-2014 Ukraine’s acquisition of nuclear weapons when it grew to become clear that the CIA’s repeated predictions about an “imminent” invasion did not materialize.

Russia’s crimson strains with Ukraine have been said clearly – and violated repeatedly by the US – for years. Notably, the US’ efforts to offer deadly assist to Ukraine have coincided with the winding down of its deadly help to Syrian “rebels”, suggesting that the US conflict and intelligence equipment has lengthy seen Ukraine because the “subsequent” on its record of proxy wars.

Nonetheless, extra lately, the CIA’s warnings of an imminent invasion of Ukraine have been scoffed at, not solely by many American analysts, but additionally apparently by each the Russian and Ukrainian governments themselves.

It’s alleged that this all modified, not less than from the Russian perspective, following Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s claim at the Munich Security Conference that his authorities would search to make Ukraine a nuclear energy in violation of the 1994 Budapest Memorandum. Absolutely, Zelensky and his supporters in Washington DC and Langley, Virginia would have recognized that such an excessive declare from Zelensky would elicit a response from Russia.

One want solely think about the reverberations that comply with any nation saying its intentions to grow to be a nuclear energy on the world stage. Russian management has since made the case that they felt compelled to behave militarily after Ukraine, which has been repeatedly attacking separatists alongside its border with Russia with embedded paramilitary models which have referred to as for the “extermination” of ethnic Russians who dwell in these areas, introduced plans to amass nukes.

As well as, given Ukraine’s rising ties to NATO and its need to combine itself into that alliance, these theoretical nuclear weapons could be NATO-controlled nukes on Russia’s border. Zelensky, the US, and their different allied events certainly knew that this intention, notably its admission in public, would push an already tense state of affairs to the subsequent stage.

After all, this assertion from Zelensky adopted a US-led airlift of weapons to Ukraine early final month, weeks earlier than the present Russian army marketing campaign. US deadly assist to Ukraine has previously been described as being tantamount to a “declaration of conflict” on Russia by the US, per members of Russia’s Ministry of Protection way back to 2017.

It’s price contemplating that these crimson strains and the potential to cross them was mentioned by Zelensky and representatives of Ukraine’s intelligence providers after they met with the head of the CIA, William Burns, in January. The CIA, at the moment, was already claiming a Russian invasion of Ukraine was imminent. Given the occasions described above, may it’s attainable that the CIA wished to deliver concerning the insurgency they’ve been making ready for, probably since 2015?

Would they’ve completed so by pushing their allies in Ukraine’s authorities to manifest the situations crucial to start that insurgency, i.e. prompting them to cross Russia’s “crimson strains” to elicit the response wanted to launch a pre-planned insurgency? With the CIA additionally coaching Ukraine’s intelligence operatives for practically seven years, the chance is actually one to contemplate.

If this principle is greater than believable and near the reality of how we obtained right here, we’re left with extra questions, primarily – Why would the CIA look to launch this insurgency in Ukraine and why now? The obvious reply might shock you.

Manufacturing the Narrative and the Menace

In Might 2020, Politico revealed an article entitled “Experts Knew a Pandemic Was Coming. Here’s What They’re Worried About Next.”

The article was written by Garrett Graff, former editor of Politico, a professor at Georgetown’s Journalism and Public Relations program, and director of cyber initiatives at The Aspen Institute – a “non-partisan” assume tank funded largely by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Carnegie Company and the Invoice & Melinda Gates Basis. Graff’s introduction to the piece states the next:

“Yearly, the intelligence neighborhood releases the Worldwide Threat Assessment — a distillation of worrisome world traits, dangers, downside spots and rising perils.

However this yr, the general public listening to on the evaluation, often held in January or February, was canceled, evidently as a result of intelligence leaders, who often testify in a uncommon open listening to collectively, have been anxious their feedback would irritate President Donald Trump. And the federal government has not but publicly launched a 2020 risk report.”

In 2020, the CIA didn’t launch a “worldwide” risk evaluation for the primary time because it first started yearly releasing them many years in the past. This article published by Politico was meant by Graff to function a “Home Menace Evaluation” within the absence of the CIA’s Worldwide Menace Evaluation and is styled as a “record of essentially the most vital occasions that may impression the US” within the quick, medium and lengthy phrases.

Graff created this Menace Evaluation doc after interviewing “greater than a dozen thought leaders,” a lot of whom have been “present and former nationwide safety and intelligence officers.” A couple of months later, the Division of Homeland Safety, for the primary time since its creation in 2003, would publish its personal “Homeland” Threat Assessment in October of that yr.

As I famous on the time, this signalled a serious shift throughout the US nationwide safety/intelligence equipment away from “international terror”, its ostensible focus since 9/11, to “home terror.”

Simply months after this Homeland Menace Evaluation was revealed, the war on domestic terror could be launched within the wake of the occasions of January sixth, which itself was apparently foreseen by then-DHS official Elizabeth Neumann.

In early 2020, Neumann had presciently said: “It looks like we’re on the doorstep of one other 9/11 — possibly not one thing that catastrophic when it comes to the visible or the numbers — however that we are able to see it constructing, and we do not fairly know find out how to cease it.”

Certainly, when January sixth befell, no actual effort was made by Capitol Police or different legislation enforcement officers current to cease the so-called “riot”, with loads of footage from the occasion as an alternative displaying legislation enforcement waving the supposed “insurrectionists” into the Capitol constructing.

This, nonetheless, didn’t cease high politicians and nationwide safety officers from labelling January sixth because the “one other 9/11” that Neumann had apparently predicted. Notably, the DHS’ first-ever Homeland Menace Evaluation, Neumann’s warning, and the following official narrative relating to the occasions of January sixth have been all closely targeted on the specter of “white supremacist terror assaults” on the US homeland.

Returning to the Might 2020 Politico article – Graff notes that many supposed pandemic “experts“, which – per Graff – consists of Invoice Gates and US intelligence officers James Clapper and Dan Coats, had “projected the unfold of a novel virus and the financial impacts it might deliver” in addition to “particulars concerning the particular challenges” the US would face throughout the preliminary section of the Covid-19 disaster. Graff then asks “What different catastrophes are coming that we aren’t planning for?”

In keeping with the “thought leaders” he consulted for this piece, which included a number of present and former intelligence officers, essentially the most instant “near-term risk” more likely to disrupt life within the US and past following Covid was “the Globalization of White Supremacy.” In discussing this imminent risk, Graff wrote:

“‘Terrorism’ at this time conjures photos of ISIS fighters and suicide bombers. However should you ask nationwide safety officers concerning the high near-term terrorism risk on their radar, they virtually universally level to the rising downside of white nationalist violence and the insidious means that teams that previously existed regionally have been knitting themselves collectively into a worldwide net of white supremacism.

In current weeks, the State Division — for the primary time — formally designated a white supremacist group, the Russian Imperial Motion, as a terrorist group, partly as a result of it is making an attempt to coach and seed adherents across the globe, inspiring them to hold out terror assaults …” (emphasis added)

Graff then provides that “There are severe — and specific — warnings about this coming from U.S. authorities and international officers that eerily echo the warnings that took place for al Qaeda earlier than 9/11.” He then quotes FBI Director Christopher Wray as stating:

“It isn’t simply the convenience and the velocity with which these assaults can occur, however the connectivity that the assaults generate. One unstable, disaffected actor hunkered down, alone, in his mother’s basement in a single nook of the nation, getting additional fired up by related folks half a world away. That will increase the complexity of home terrorism instances we’ve got in a means that’s actually difficult.”

This quote from Wray was first revealed in a bit Graff had written a month previous to publishing his Politico piece. The main focus of that interview centered round home terrorism within the US, with intensive dialogue concerning the 1995 Oklahoma Metropolis bombing and the Russian Imperial Motion.

In that article, published in Wired, the State Division’s coordinator for counterterrorism, Nathan Gross sales, characterised that motion as “a terrorist group that gives paramilitary-style coaching to neo-Nazis and white supremacists, and it performs a distinguished function in making an attempt to rally like-minded Europeans and Individuals into a typical entrance in opposition to their perceived enemies.”

This Russian Imperial Motion, or RIM, advocates for the re-establishment of the pre-1917 Russian empire, which might exert affect over all territory inhabited by ethnic Russians. Their ideology is described as white supremacist, monarchist, ultra-nationalist, pro-Russian Orthodox, and anti-Semitic. They don’t seem to be thought-about neo-Nazi, however have labored to construct ties with different, far-right teams with neo-Nazi connections.

RIM was allegedly liable for coaching a bomber whose acts resulted in no deaths in Sweden from 2016-2017. The bomber, Victor Melin, was not an energetic RIM member however was reportedly educated by them, and he performed 2 of his 3 bombings with a person fully unaffiliated with RIM. Melin was, nonetheless, a member of the Nordic Resistance Motion on the time.

A couple of years later, in April 2020, RIM grew to become the primary “white supremacist” group to be labeled a Specifically Designated World Terrorist Entity (SDGT) by the US, regardless of not being tied to an act of terror since 2017 and regardless of these earlier acts leading to no deaths. The acts of terror cited as justification by then Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have been these perpetrated by Melin.

Nonetheless, the Nordic Resistance Motion, of which Melin was an energetic member on the time of the bombings, didn’t obtain the SDGT label, regardless that it’s considerably bigger when it comes to membership and attain than RIM. The choice to label RIM this manner was thought-about “unprecedented” on the time.

It has since been claimed that the group now numbers within the “a number of thousand” worldwide, although little publicly available evidence exists to help this statistic and that statistic notably solely emerged roughly a month after the US terror designation and originated from a US-based institute. There are additionally no statistics accessible on the variety of people they’ve allegedly educated by way of their paramilitary arm, often known as the Imperial Legion.

Per the US authorities, RIM’s attain is world and extends to the US. Nonetheless, its US ties are based on doubtful allegations of a relationship with Atomwaffen Division’s Russian affiliate and a “private relationship” with the 2017 “Unite the Proper” rally organizer Matthew Heimbach. Nonetheless, this once more is predicated on the allegations (not direct proof) that Heimbach obtained funds from RIM.

Heimbach’s group, the Traditionalist Employees’ Celebration, has been inactive since 2018, two years earlier than the US SDGT designation for RIM. It is usually alleged that RIM supplied to coach different “Unite the Proper” figures, although RIM and the “white supremacists” who supposedly obtained this supply deny the reviews. Moreover, there stays no proof of any US citizen ever collaborating in paramilitary coaching with RIM.

This contradicts Nathan Gross sales’ April 2020 claim that RIM performs “a distinguished function in making an attempt to rally like-minded Europeans and Individuals into a typical entrance in opposition to their perceived enemies.” Regardless of the dearth of proof left-leaning, non-partisan, and right-leaning assume tanks have continued to make use of RIM as proof of a “large, interconnected, transnational network” of violent white supremacists.

It appears odd {that a} group that’s apparently small and really restricted when it comes to its presence within the US and that’s liable for no lethal terror assaults would earn the dignity of turning into the primary US-designed, white supremacist Specifically Designated World Terrorist Entity. That is very true when the acts cited as justification for the SDGT designation have been dedicated by a member of a distinct, bigger group, a bunch that didn’t obtain this designation on the time or within the years since.

Nonetheless, within the context of present occasions in Ukraine, the 2020 designation of RIM begins to make extra sense, not less than from the US nationwide safety perspective.

RIM is alleged to help separatists in Ukraine’s Donetsk and Luhansk areas since 2014 and has been described by the US as “anti-Ukrainian.” These areas are on the heart of the present battle and its most up-to-date escalation final month.

The US authorities and pro-Western assume tanks record RIM’s “first attack” as its involvement within the battle in jap Ukraine. According to Stanford College’s Heart for Worldwide Safety and Cooperation (CISAC), the variety of fighters despatched by or educated by RIM in Jap Ukraine is unknown, although one report states RIM despatched “teams of 5 to 6 fighters” from Russia to Jap Ukraine in mid-June 2014.

RIM’s paramilitary arm, the Imperial Legion, has not been energetic in Ukraine since January 2016. Nonetheless, some reviews have asserted that “some people opted to remain and proceed combating.” Claims have additionally been made in newer years that RIM members have fought within the Syrian battle and in Libya on the aspect of Normal Haftar.

Following this “first assault,” Stanford’s CISAC claims that, from 2015 to 2020, they’ve been “constructing a transnational community,” although as beforehand famous – their success in that endeavor is predicated on reviews of doubtful authenticity and/or significance, notably in the US.

Nonetheless, their alleged function on the aspect of separatists within the Donbass has been utilized by US assume tanks to argue that RIM advances Moscow’s coverage targets, which they are saying embody “searching for to gas white supremacist extremism in Europe and the US.”

Some assume tanks within the US, like Simply Safety, have used RIM to argue that Russia’s authorities performs a serious function in “transnational white supremacy” on account of “a mutual affection between Western white supremacists and the Russian authorities.” They declare that as a result of Russia “tolerates” RIM’s presence domestically, “the Kremlin facilitates the expansion of right-wing extremism in Europe and the US that exacerbates threats to the soundness of democratic governments.”

Nonetheless, what Simply Safety fails to say is that RIM has vocally opposed and protested against Putin’s authorities, has been labeled an extremist group by the Russian authorities and has even had its places of work raided by Russian police due to their opposition to Putin’s management.

Notably, Just Security’s advisors included former CIA deputy director and Occasion 201 participant, Avril Haines in addition to former deputy chief of workers to Hillary Clinton on the State Division, Jake Sullivan. Haines and Sullivan now function Biden’s Director of Nationwide Intelligence (i.e. the highest intelligence official within the nation) and Biden’s Nationwide Safety adviser, respectively.

The Daybreak of “Home Terror”

Because of the present escalation of occasions in Ukraine, it seems inevitable that the hassle to make use of RIM to color Russia as a driving drive behind “transnational white supremacism” are on account of resurface. This effort seems to have as one in all its targets the minimization of the function that neo-Nazi teams just like the Azov Battalion, the Neo-Nazi paramilitary unit embedded inside Ukraine’s Nationwide Guard, are actively taking part in within the present hostilities.

In January of this yr, Jacobin published an article concerning the CIA efforts to seed an insurgency in Ukraine, noting that “every little thing we all know factors to the probability that [the groups being trained by the CIA] consists of Neo-Nazis inspiring far-right terrorists internationally.”

It cites a 2020 report from West Level which states that: “Various distinguished people amongst far-right extremist teams in the US and Europe have actively sought out relationships with representatives of the far-right in Ukraine, particularly the Nationwide Corps and its related militia, the Azov Regiment.”

It provides that “US-based people have spoken or written about how the coaching accessible in Ukraine would possibly help them and others of their paramilitary-style actions at dwelling.”

Even the FBI, although extra publicly involved about RIM, has been forced to admit that US-based white supremacists have cultivated ties with the group, with the Bureau stating in a 2018 indictment that Azov “is believed to have participated in coaching and radicalizing United States–based mostly white supremacy organizations.” In distinction, there stays no proof of any concrete ties of a single US citizen to RIM.

With the CIA now backing an insurgency that distinguished former CIA officers are claiming will “unfold throughout a number of borders,” the truth that the forces being educated and armed by the company as a part of this “coming insurgency” embody Azov battalion is important.

Plainly the CIA is set to create yet one more self-fulfilling prophecy by breeding the very community of “world white supremacy” that intelligence officers have claimed is the “subsequent” huge risk after the Covid-19 disaster wanes.

The injection of the group RIM into the narrative also needs to be of concern. It appears believable, given the pre-conflict terror designation for the group and its alleged previous ties to the Ukraine battle, {that a} CIA-trained Ukrainian rebel, maybe from a bunch like Azov or an equal, would willingly pose as a member of RIM, permitting RIM to be labeled because the “new Al Qaeda”, with its base of operations conveniently situated in Russia and its presence there “tolerated” by Moscow.

It actually would serve the now, fairly pervasive narrative equating Putin with Adolf Hitler within the wake of Russia’s resolution to launch its army marketing campaign in Ukraine. It might additionally serve to launch, in earnest, the up-until-now largely dormant Conflict on Home Terror, the infrastructure for which was launched by the Biden administration just last year.

Whereas January sixth was used to equate help for former President Donald Trump with neo-Nazism and white supremacism, current articles which have adopted Russia’s current army marketing campaign in opposition to Ukraine intentionally hyperlink this “Putin as Hitler” narrative with US Republicans. US conservatives have lengthy been the main target of “home terror” fear-mongering over the previous a number of years (They’re additionally, by the way, nearly all of gun homeowners).

An editorial by Robert Reich revealed in The Guardian on March 1st claims “the world is frighteningly locked in a battle to the dying between democracy and authoritarianism.” Reich goes onto to state that Russia’s incursion into Ukraine “is a brand new chilly conflict … The most important distinction between the previous chilly conflict and the brand new one is that authoritarian neo-fascism is not simply an exterior risk to America and Europe.

A model of it is usually rising inside western Europe and the US. It has even taken over one in all America’s main political events. The Trump-led Republican social gathering doesn’t overtly help Putin, however the Republican social gathering’s animus towards democracy is expressed in methods acquainted to Putin and different autocrats.” Different articles making related claims have appeared in The New York Times and The Intercept, amongst others, in simply the previous week.

On March 2, Salon adopted Reich’s piece with a similar editorial entitled “How white supremacy fuels the Republican love affair with Vladimir Putin,” which concludes with the assertion that “at this time’s Republican Celebration is America’s and the world’s largest white supremacist and white id group” and “that “conservatism” and racism are actually totally one and the identical factor right here in America.”

As this muddying of the waters relating to the connection amongst Putin, the US Republican Celebration, and white supremacism escalates, we even have intelligence companies in Europe and the US more and more linking opposition to Covid measures, like lockdowns and vaccine mandates, to neo-Nazism, white supremacism and the far-right, regularly with little to no proof.

This lately occurred with the Freedom Convoy in Canada and, extra lately, German safety companies and officers asserted just days ago that they will not distinguish between “far-right radicals” and those that oppose vaccine mandates and Covid restrictions. Nonetheless, these efforts to hyperlink opposition to Covid measures with “home terrorism” and the far-right return to 2020.

Along with these traits, it additionally appears inevitable that the “Russian misinformation” label, used and abused for the previous a number of years in order that any dissenting narrative was usually labeled “Russian” in origin, is more likely to make a comeback on this context and supply the justification for a zealous censorship marketing campaign on-line and notably on social media, the place this “transnational white supremacist community” is alleged to be dependent upon for its supposed success.

The approaching “world white supremacist” terror risk, if we’re to imagine our unusually prescient intelligence officers, seems to be the “subsequent factor” to befall the world because the Covid disaster wanes.

It additionally seems that the CIA has topped itself the midwife and chosen Ukraine because the birthplace of this new “terror risk,” one which can create not solely the subsequent proxy conflict between US empire and its adversaries, but additionally the pretext to launch the “War on Domestic Terror” in North America and Europe.





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