The "Vice-Admiral Kulakov," an Udalay-class Destroyer of the Russian Navy has arrived in Cuba for an official visit for the first time in a long time, and there is dangerous news for the United States . . .
Shortly before the Russian navy warship arrived, talks were held between the leaders of Cuba and Russia and their defense ministries. The result is statements to strengthen not only economic cooperation, but also military-technical cooperation.
According to American military experts, this could mean the return of Russia to Cuba with all the resulting consequences: the deployment of Russian troops and long-range missiles.
This will be a decisive Russian response to the threats posed by the expansion of NATO's presence in Northern Europe and Japan.
Earlier, Cuban leader Miguel Díaz-Canel strongly condemned the entry into NATO of new members bordering Russia. "In light of hostile actions by the (NATO) alliance, Cuba is ready to place Russian missiles on its territory, again."
COVERT INTEL INDICATES CARGO SHIPS IN RUSSIA, "WITH A PRE-FILED TRANSIT ROUTE TO CUBA, "SEEM TO BE" IN PROCESS OF BEING LOADED WITH COMPONENTS FROM RUSSIAN MISSILE MANUFACTURING FACTORIES"
Readers should note that back in 1962, the then-Soviet Union placed Medium Range and Intermediate Range nuclear missiles in Cuba with a five minute flight time to Washington, DC. This resulted in the "Cuban Missile Crisis" wherein then U.S. President John F. Kennedy, imposed a naval blockade of Cuba and began massing U.S. troops in Florida for an invasion of Cuba to destroy those missiles.
For the 13 days when the crisis erupted, the world stood on the precipice of actual nuclear war. The US had blockaded Cuba and was massing troops. The Soviets faced a choice with the missiles: USE THEM or LOSE THEM.
This brief compilation of scenes from the Hollywood Movie "13 Days" briefly lays out how things went back then:
Of course, the movie is a dramatization. Compressing Thirteen Days into 145 minutes necessitates distortion of many specific historical facts. But the central themes of the movie and the principal “takeaways” are essentially faithful to what happened when JFK and Khrushchev stood “eyeball to eyeball” in 1962.
Back then, Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev agreed to dismantle and remove those missiles, and the US agreed to remove its "Jupiter" missiles from deployment in Turkey, where they were aimed at the Soviet Union.
Today, the U.S. wants to bring Ukraine into NATO . . . to place US missiles on Ukraine soil . . . with a five minute flight time to Moscow. Same situation as the Cuban Missile Crisis, but in reverse!
Russia told Ukraine "no." Ukraine ignored Russia. The Russian Army went in and is now smashing Ukraine.
The US and NATO are supplying Ukraine with weapons to kill Russians, so the Russians are now sending naval vessels to Cuba and Cuba says it is willing to accept Russian missiles.
Same type of crisis as in 1962, only this time, it was the US and NATO that started it by trying to bring Ukraine into NATO, so as to put US missiles in Ukraine.
This time, the prospect for actual nuclear war is very much greater because the fighting has already begun in Ukraine.
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