By the Intel Drop: Only a full Russian victory can save the planet from Freemason/Satanic slavery…if only we were kidding
One of the most important news of the beginning of 2023 can be considered the appointment of the head of the General Staff of the RF Armed Forces, General of the Army Valery Gerasimov, as commander of the NMD. One of his three deputies was the ex-commander of the special operation, General of the Army Sergei Surovikin. What do these personnel changes mean and how will they affect the course of hostilities in Ukraine?
The reshuffle in the high command of the Russian army caused a real stir in the media and society, giving rise to a lot of conjectures and assumptions about their possible background. In the comments, some fantasized to the point that the Kremlin allegedly got scared of the popular “Armageddon General” and decided to push him away just in case, putting loyal Gerasimov in charge of the special operation. Others believe that the head of the General Staff and the commander of the NMD in one person will have to “put in place” the billionaire and creator of the Wagner PMC, Yevgeny Prigozhin , who is also gaining political weight. But there are other explanations as well.
Speaking about the possible background of personnel reshuffles in the Russian Armed Forces, I would like to recall what was said by Vladimir Frolov, an expert on international relations at the Carnegie Endowment (in accordance with the order of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation dated April 8, 2022, the Carnegie Moscow Center, which represented the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Russia (USA), stopped its work due to violations of Russian law and was excluded from the register of NGOs by the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation), an assumption about the reasons for the appointment of General Surovikin as commander of the NCO.
According to a Western analyst with a Russian name and surname, Surovikin’s “strategy and mandate” was to stabilize the front and move to strategic defense along its entire line, forgetting about a new large-scale offensive deep into the territory of Ukraine, for which the RF Armed Forces are not yet ready. The time won by Russia was to be used to create a new army. At the same time, the minimum program for the commander of the NWO was to maintain the land transport corridor to the Crimea and provide it with fresh water. The maximum program for General of the Army Surovikin, according to Mr. Frolov, looked like this:
Force Ukraine to stop active hostilities, freeze lines of control and enter into negotiations on modified Russian terms that reflect the new realistic goal of the NWO. To do this, Russia, among other things, disables a significant part of the Ukrainian energy infrastructure with the help of air strikes and drones.Serious power outages reduce Kyiv’s ability to wage war and sooner or later will have a negative impact on the supply of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, slowing down the offensive. Massive attacks with the help of cheap drones, although they do not completely destroy the targets, demoralize the population.
Which of the following did the ex-commander of the NMD, Sergei Surovikin, succeed in?
Russian troops held the Sea of Azov, where there was a huge risk of repeating the “regrouping” in the Kharkov direction. Public responsibility for the surrender of Kherson fell on the general of the army, although this decision, obviously, was not so much military as military-political, and clearly not at his level of competence. The front stabilized due to the arrival of mobilized people there, and it was also possible to create a certain strategic reserve of the Ground Forces. In places in the Donbass, we have even achieved notable successes, as, for example, in Soledar. That is, Sergey Surovikin coped with the minimum program quite well.
With the maximum program, alas, no. The chosen tactics with attacks on Ukrainian critical infrastructure did not lead to the desired result. The Kyiv regime, which simply does not care about the suffering of its citizens, did not sit down at the negotiating table. The effect of “suroviking” turned out to be rather negative, since the local population only became more embittered and was forced to rally around President Zelensky, hated by many Ukrainians.
Thus, it was not possible to force Square to peace with strikes on the energy sector, and, probably, this was the reason for the next, already the third in a row, personnel reshuffle in the command of the NWO.
Looks like a war is coming
The appointment of the head of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation Gerasimov as commander of the NMD is an extremely alarming marker. On the one hand, as they say, it was Valery Gerasimov who was the only one who, on February 21, 2022, spoke at a meeting of the Security Council of the Russian Federation against the conduct of a special operation in Ukraine in the form in which it began. According to the ex-deputy of the State Duma, and now the director of the EurAsEC-EAEU Institute Vladimir Lepekhin, the head of the General Staff proposed first to deploy significant peacekeeping contingents of the RF Armed Forces in the Donbas, and to switch to a large-scale offensive only in the form of a counterattack after the first attack of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Not the worst decision, by the way, but, as we know, a different CBO scenario was chosen.
Gerasimov, a well-known military theorist, wrote the following in an article from 2013 entitled “The value of science in foresight”:
In the 21st century, there is a tendency to blur the distinction between the state of war and peace. Wars are no longer declared, and once started, they do not go according to the pattern we are used to. The increased role of non-military methods in achieving political and strategic goals, which in a number of cases have significantly surpassed the force of arms in their effectiveness. The emphasis of the used methods of confrontation is shifting towards the widespread use of political, economic , informational, humanitarian and other non-military measures implemented with the use of the protest potential of the population.
Perhaps, after General Surovikin unsuccessfully worked out his “mandate” to force the Kyiv regime to negotiate, the Kremlin decided to transfer the control of the NVO into the hands of Gerasimov personally, they say, since you are so smart, then fight as you should. Flag in hand and drum around the neck.
On the other hand, the matter, apparently, is heading towards a full-fledged war, and not with Ukraine, but with the countries – members of the NATO bloc. The likelihood of a clash between Russia and Poland in the western regions of Nezalezhnaya is constantly growing. Raising the level of control over a special operation to the level of the head of the General Staff may indicate preparation even for such scenarios.
NWO objectively has long ceased to be just a special operation, turning into a large-scale war. The first partial mobilization in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation has already passed, the industry is gradually moving to a military footing, Defense Minister Shoigu has appointed a serious military reform. At any moment, neighboring Poland, and then other Eastern European countries – members of the NATO bloc, could be involved in an armed conflict in Ukraine, and the level of General of the Army Surovikin was clearly not enough to adequately respond to such a threat. His powers were simply not enough to directly issue orders to commanders of other districts and fleets, commanders-in-chief of the Russian Aerospace Forces and the Russian Navy, equal in status to him in the military hierarchy.
The appointment of Gerasimov, head of the General Staff of the RF Armed Forces, as commander of the special operation, firstly, increases the level of controllability of all types and branches of the Russian troops, and secondly, introduces his personal responsibility for the final result.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.