Vatic Note: Germany is not the only one that prepped Russia for war. With all the allies training Russian troops in their respective countries on their strategy, tactics, and weapons systems, one has to question the reasons for it. Why would a potential enemy of a country, turn around and train the enemy's troops in all their advantages, should war break out? Why indeed!
Because we, the USA and our allies, are the khazar zionist international US occupying bankers designated "LOSERS" of WW III. Notice every world war, was financed by the bankers, choreographed by the same, and planned by the same bankers. Every loser of each world war was the economic power of the day.
But now we find out that Israel (our foreign occupying country) stole and sold plans of our most advanced fighter to China. Huh? I thought she was an ally? Oh, thats right, she bombed and killed Americans on the USS Liberty. That proved she was no ally. Rothschild owns Israel, so that makes sense now.
WW III is no different. We are the economic powerhouse of the day and, thus, we are the target as is Japan, one of our allies, and now it appears Germany which is another of our allies, and Russia and China are allies, and who is the exclusive brokerage house for China???
You guessed it, the ROTHSCHILD ILLUMINATI INTERNATIONALISTS, including bankers. So the bankers have both sides tied up and can run this war, just like a game, while they sit it out as usual, like they did in WW II, in Switzerland, until its over.
So the question is, "Who besides Germany was training Russian troops on their soil with their soldiers so the Russians would have a massive advantage over our own military?" Its worse than spying. Its treason by those that have arranged for this to happen. Well, we did training of Russian troops just a year ago or so and who specifically gave the order to do so? That is who should be arrested for treason.
If world war III breaks out and we are nuked, then we know who to go after before we fight anyone else. Notice in the link just above here that Russian and American troops trained to take over a CIA facility here in my state of Colorado. Nice, huh? Not. They truly do think we are stupid.
Germany Helped Prep Russia for War, U.S. Sources Say
by Lisa Klimas, The Blaze
The world was shocked when Russian
special operations forces invaded Crimea with advanced technology,
drastically improved operations, and with so much operational security
that even agencies in the U.S. intelligence community didn’t see it coming.
In Washington, government and congressional leaders are wondering how
the Russian special operations forces got so good, so fast, without
anyone noticing. Some are wondering how much help Russia had from the
In 2011, for example, the German defense contractor Rheinmetall signed a $140 million contract
to build a combat simulation training center in Mulino, in southwest
Russia, that would train 30,000 Russian combat troops per year. While
the facility wasn’t officially scheduled to be completed until later
this year, U.S. officials believe that Germany has been training Russian
forces for years.
Rheinmetall defended the project even after the invasion of Crimea, up until the German government finally shut it down late last month.
But many tracking the issue within the U.S. government were not happy
with Germany’s handling of the Russian contract, and worry that some of
the training may have gone to the kind of special operations forces now
operating in and around Ukraine.
“It’s unfortunate that German companies
were directly supporting and training Russia’s military even during the
attacks against Ukraine,” one senior Senate aide told The Daily Beast.
“The U.S. government should call on our NATO allies to suspend all
military connections with Russia at this point, until the Russians leave
Ukraine, including Crimea.”
According to the Congressional Research Service,
Rheinmetall’s partner in the deal was the Russian state-owned
Oboronservis (“Defense Service”) firm. The training center, modeled
after one used by the German Bundeswehr, was to be “the most advanced
system of its kind worldwide.” Reinmetall saw the contract as a
precursor to several more projects “in light of the plans to modernize
the equipment of the Russian armed forces.”
U.S. officials, now looking back, are
privately expressing anger and frustration about the German work with
the Russian military. While definitive proof is hard to come by, these
officials look at the radical upgrade of Moscow’s forces–especially its
special operations forces–experienced since they last saw major action
in 2008′s invasion of Georgia.
The U.S. officials believe that some of
the German training over the last few years was given to the GRU
Spetsnaz, the special operations forces that moved unmarked into Crimea
and who can now be found stirring up trouble in eastern Ukraine.
“People are pissed,” one U.S.
intelligence official told The Daily Beast. “The chatter inside the
Pentagon is that the training they were providing was going to
Rheinmetall did not respond to a request for comment.
Russia maintains close economic ties with many NATO states–especially Germany. By some estimates, the country exported nearly $50 billion in goods to Russia in 2013. Tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of German jobs depend on Russian trade. (VN: Russia was revolutionized in 1917 by the international bankers who then took over the country. Since then, no one could climb the Russian ladder unless they had the blessing of the khazars running the country for the bankers. Putin was made head of KGB. That did not happen without the complete support of the Zionist bankers.)
The armed forces of NATO members have also been working with their counterparts in the Russian military, on and off, for years. Russia has held joint military exercises with both Germany
and the U.S., for example. America has bought Russian helicopters to
use in Afghanistan. And Moscow allows NATO equipment to pass through
Russian territory as the gear comes into and out of the war zone.
To the Congressional Research Service,
“Rheinmetall’s construction of an army training center could be viewed
in the context of the broader bilateral defense cooperation between
Germany and Russia,” the service writes in its report. “The German…
government’s approval of the contract to construct a training center
also appears to be in line with long-standing German policy to promote
military training and joint exercises with partner countries.”
But some on Capitol Hill see the
Rheimetall contract as only one example of the folly of several NATO
countries that rushed to sign lucrative defense contracts with Russia
after President Obama declared a new “reset” policy with the Russian
Federation. Lawmakers have tried to halt the French sale of the Mistral,
an amphibious warship, to the Russian Navy. Some are also unhappy about
the Italian sale of Lynx armored personnel carriers to Russia.
A Senate aide said that one of Rheinmetall’s contributions was to help the Russian army and GRU Spetznaz upgrade their gear. Reports show
that the Russian military units both inside Ukraine and amassed on its
eastern border are sporting brand new communications equipment, body
armor, personal weapons, and ammunition. Taken together, it gives them a
huge tactical advantage over the beleaguered Ukrainian armed forces.
Top defense officials are now
acknowledging that Russia’s military has been revolutionized in recent
years. This month, Vice Admiral Frank Pandolfe, the director for
strategic plans and policy for the military’s joint chiefs of staff,
told Congress in open testimony that in recent years Russia has created
regional commands that “coordinate and synchronize planning, joint
service integration, force movement, intelligence support, and the
tactical employment of units” in what he deemed “snap exercises,” or
military training missions that can be ordered at a moment’s notice.
In the testimony, Pandolfe also said
Russia has placed greater emphasis on the use of Special Operations
Forces as well as information and cyber warfare. Experts said that
Russian military doctrine was dramatically updated in the past few years
and clearly set out Russia’s plans for modernization and a focus on
highly trained rapid reaction special forces. But in the West, the
papers were not well read, much less understood.
The Russians also changed their
doctrine to reflect that they viewed the threat as not coming from a
conventional war, but from the need to protect Russian populations in
unstable states facing what they deemed to be Western aggression.
“This wasn’t just about implementing
lessons learned from [the 2008 invasion of] Georgia, it was about giving
them a basis for a different kind of operations,” said Fiona Hill, a
former top intelligence official on Russia, now with the Brookings
Institution. “We should have been paying more attention to this. There
have been these signals for a long time, but we have been misreading
them.” (VN: I do not believe her. She would not have been a top intel official on Russia and not been involved in their plans to guarantee that WE LOSE THE WAR BY GIVING RUSSIA ALL OUR MILITARY SECRETS ON MAKING AND FIGHTING THAT WAR. Remember, they always give us some truth while leading us to believe what they want us to believe. I believe she has been assigned to be involve with the "controlled opposition".)
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