Finland Joins NATO – Nuclear Missiles Can Be Placed 7 Minutes Away From Kremlin

Today, 4 April 2023, Finland — which is only 507 miles away from Russia’s central command center, The Kremlin in Moscow — has joined America’s NATO military alliance against Russia, and so becomes an allowable location for the U.S. to place its nuclear missiles, which would then be within just a 7-minute blitz striking distance away from instantaneously annihilating Russia’s central command: so fast that for Russia to be able to recognize the missile had indeed been launched, and then to unleash all of the thousands of Russia’s nuclear weapons in response, would be impossible.

Until today, no NATO member nation was even nearly so close to The Kremlin. Finland’s joining it gives to America’s central command the “Nuclear Primacy” (ability to ‘win’ a nuclear war against Russia — not MERELY to prevent one) that it has been seeking ever since at least 2006, if not even prior to that.

There is much public discussion about how Bill Clinton brought, into NATO, Chechia, Hungary and Poland in 1999; and GW Bush brought in Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia in 2004; and Obama brought in Albania and Croatia in 2009; and Trump brought in Montenegro in 2017; and Biden brought in North Macedonia in 2020; but, as Zbig Brzezinski famously emphasized, the big prize would be Ukraine, and the reason for this is that Ukraine has the nearest of all foreign borders, away from Moscow: only 300 miles away, which would take a mere 5-minutes for a U.S. missile placed there to be able to annihilate The Kremlin. Nobody at that time even thought of Finland, just 507 miles from Moscow, because Finland has been a neutral country ever since the end of WW II in 1945. But Finland — the country that has the second-nearest foreign border away from Moscow (a mere two minutes farther away) — is almost as big a win for the people who control the U.S. Government as Ukraine would have been. Those people for whom winning Ukraine into NATO had been the big “get” before 2022, actually don’t even need Ukraine any more.

America’s top nuclear-strategic scientists reviewed America’s latest developments in nuclear-weapons technology on 1 March 2017 and wrote: “This increase in capability is astonishing — boosting the overall killing power of existing US ballistic missile forces by a factor of roughly three — and it creates exactly what one would expect to see, if a nuclear-armed state were planning to have the capacity to fight and win a nuclear war by disarming enemies with a surprise first strike.” So: now, Nuclear Primacy is finally coming clearly into view. Finland’s having joined NATO makes that nuclear-war ‘win’ significantly more possible than it was yesterday

The Nuclear Primacy nuclear-war-meta-strategy includes acceptance that at least a few million Americans would die in a U.S.-Russia war even under the best of circumstances but considers that to be well worth America’s then emerging after WW III as the unchallengeable master of the entire planet. The goal is now in view more clearly than it ever had been before 4 April 2023.

As regards Russia’s possible responses to it (in addition to Russia’s existing — though, of course, untested and untestable — “dead-hand” system of nuclear retaliation), I refer readers to my 3 April 2023 “Putin’s Enormous Blunder”, and to my article on the immediately following day (April 4th), “People’s responses to news-events are determined by personal prejudices: NOT logic, facts, and truth.” But what this all comes down to is that humans are far less rational and far less concerned with truth and with truthfulness and honesty than most people assume. This fact makes justice in the world exceedingly rare and little (if any) more than random. Consequently, the real danger of a globe-destroying war between nuclear superpowers is far higher than is generally expected. The danger isn’t merely of “an accidental nuclear war” but also of one that (on the American side) is intentional.

Russia’s only safe response to Finland in NATO is to move Russia’s capital to Novosibirsk.

The reason why Zbig Brzezinski and others were famously obsessed for America to take Ukraine (as finally happened in February 2014) was that it has the border the nearest to Moscow, only a 5-minute missile-flight-time away from blitz-nuking The Kremlin, and was also that western Ukraine had cooperated passionately with Hitler against the Soviet Union during WW II. The U.S. probably won’t get to keep that prize, but instead has now actually won another nation which had been allied with Hitler (was actually part of his Operation Barbarossa), and that is also one of the nearest borders to (just a 7-minute missile-flight-time away from) The Kremlin, which is Finland, which the U.S. got on 4 April 2023, when Finland became a part of NATO. The best option available for Russia to respond to that win by the U.S. will be for Russia to move its capital out of Moscow and into Novosibirsk, which is Russia’s third-largest city (after Moscow and St. Petersburg) and which is located midway between NATO and Beijing, so that the nearest U.S. missile would then be placed (in NATO, of course) approximately two thousand miles away from Russia’s central command there, instead of approximately 500 miles away in Finland, as would otherwise be the case, which latter situation would virtually invite Russia’s being invaded by the voracious U.S. Government and its European allies.

Here is a thumbnail online description of Novosibirsk:

Novosibirsk is situated in the south part of West Siberia [i.e., in south-central Russia, 545 miles east of Kazakhstan’s capital, Astana], on the banks of the Ob River. The city takes the third place in population in Russia after Moscow and Saint-Petersburg. Novosibirsk is a center of Russian science. Novosibirsk is the youngest among the largest Siberian cities, it is a little more than 100 years old. A rapid development, and a title of the largest industrial, economical and cultural center of Russia, Novosibirsk gained due to its advantageous location on the Trans-Siberian Railway. So, Novosibirsk became a very large traffic centre. Novosibirsk became famous for its role in the field of science. The Academic town of Novosibirsk is famous all over the world as one of the biggest Russian science centers. 14 most prestigious universities of the country are located here. Novosibirsk is a center of the Siberian federal district and big industrial city, where mechanical engineering, power industry, metallurgy and food industry, are widely developed. Novosibirsk is also well-known as a large center for arts. A lot of brilliant musicians, singers, ballet dancers, actors and artists have grown up here. Although the city is rather young, there are 145 monuments of architecture, history and archeology, which are protected by the State. The monuments of wooden architecture of XIX – XX centuries are of a special value.

So, it is very much one of Russia’s top three cities, and is especially an up-and-coming leading future capital for a Russia that will be representing the future more than the past. Novosibirsk is also a visually attractive city, in all seasons. However, like all of Asian Russia, even in the far south, like Novosibirsk is, it is extremely cold in the winter: daily temperatures average low of -6 degrees Fahrenheit and – 21 Celsius in the coldest month, January. Average high in July is +78F=+26C. By contrast, Moscow, in those two months and measures, is +16 and -9, and +76 and +25. Just about the coldest part of our planet is Russia east of the Urals (that’s Asian Russia). But, for Russia, it’s the right place for that nation’s capital to be. And this would be on top of Novosibirsk’s many other impressive assets — especially for the future.

Russia has successfully undertaken enormous construction projects of various kinds, and if it builds its future capital in that location, then the U.S. regime’s plans to conquer Russia will be even less likely to succeed than they are today — far less likely. (In fact: nothing would turn the many decades of U.S.-and-allied imperialistic scheming against Russia into dust faster than would that relocation of the nation’s capital to Novosibirsk.)

Whereas many people in the U.S.-controlled countries think that Russia has expanded dangerously near to NATO, the reality is, of course, that NATO (the U.S. regime’s chief military alliance to conquer Russia) has expanded dangerously near to Russia’s capital; and, so, the best way to avoid a Russia-v-U.S. nuclear war would be for Russia to move its capital thousands of miles away from the global aggressor (America), into Novosibirsk. Also, since this will be much nearer to Beijing (almost 1,900 miles away from Novosibirsk — same as the distance to NATO), it would better-position Russia for its future participation in the coming Asian-dominated future, instead of for the fading Euro-American past.

On 12 March 2022, I first proposed the option for Russia to relocate its capital into Novosibirsk, and that option now seems to me to be the best that Russia has, after Finland became a NATO nation (a U.S. client-state or vassal) on April 4th. Finland’s becoming a colony of the United States might significantly encourage Russia to relocate its capital away from the cities of the past, into the city of the future — likely to become then a major world capital. I can’t think of any equivalently effective way for Russians finally to defang the increasingly voracious beast that America’s Government has become after 1944: simply to move the intended victim out of the beast’s reach — and this would be the way to do that.

If Russia does this, then America will still be able to blitz-nuke Moscow, but no longer able to blitz-nuke Russia’s central command (to behead Russia and thereby greatly reduce if not eliminate Russia’s ability to retaliate effectively). It would fundamentally change the game. Once the capital has relocated there, the chances for America to defeat Russia would be essentially nil. And there would be nothing that the American regime would be able to do about it.

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