Dr. Peter Pry on the illegitimate Biden Administration that did not win the 2020 election and how his regime is treating lawful Americans as the enemy. Topic: Dr. Pry then explains his great concerns with the U.S. governments pushing the LGBTQ agenda. Topic: Has America already been captured by a foreign enemy?
Dr. Pry shares the Key Judgments of a new report by his EMP Task Force "IRAN: EMP THREAT" that warns Iran probably already has nuclear weapons and the capability to make EMP attacks worldwide. If Iran has nuclear weapons, they may be contemplating a "false flag" operation using a freighter in the Black Sea to launch a nuclear attack against Ukraine, while putting out fake signals intelligence to convince the U.S. the nuclear strike is from the Russian Navy. The objective would be to provoke a nuclear war between the "infidel" superpowers in the hope that they would destroy each other.
Biden Bans Nuclear Weapons Critical To U.S. National Security. President Biden’s defense budget “zeros out” funding for the U.S. Navy’s SLCM-N, ignoring protests from the Pentagon, including the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, that the new cruise missile is necessary for nuclear deterrence. President Obama eliminated all the U.S. Navy’s nuclear-armed SLCMs, called the Tomahawk, which was decades old and far beyond its design life, but also as a step toward President Obama’s goal of “a world without nuclear weapons.”
Dr. Pry makes spontaneous observation that the recent suicide of two young female athletes at Universities of Stanford and Wisconsin, the greatly increased rates of suicide and drug addiction for all young people, paired with theft of the 2020 elections and unrepaired corruption of the election process, perhaps makes irrelevant growing nuclear threats from Russia, China, North Korea, and Iran. America-hating "woke" enemies are already inside our gates, killing our children, destroying our freedoms. Dr. Pry spends most of his report on Russia's new "Super-ICBM" the Sarmat (NATO designation Satan-II) that will make it possible for Russia to win a nuclear war in 20 minutes.
The Present Nuclear Crisis. President Biden is on the verge of single-handedly losing the New Cold War and escalating the Ukraine conflict into a nuclear World War III. On February 27, Russian dictator Vladimir Putin declared a “special combat alert” for nuclear forces and disappeared with his general staff into one of hundreds of deep underground command posts that are impervious to nuclear attack. Reportedly, midnight flights are flying Russian elites and their families to the Urals. There are located some of Russia’s best protected deep underground facilities, some of enormous scale, literally small cities shielded beneath hundreds of meters of solid granite. For example, the new General Staff Command Post beneath Kosvinsky Mountain can accommodate an estimated 30,000 people. The recently completed underground city beneath Yamantau Mountain is much larger, and of unknown purpose
Dr. Pry explains why the Biden Administration's bungling, and President Biden's personal senility, has brought the U.S. to the brink of nuclear war with Russia, and why the risk is graver than the 1962 Cuban missile crisis. Dr. Pry describes North Korea's recent test of the world's largest mobile ICBM as an act of aggression against the U.S. homeland, a symptom of catastrophically diminished U.S. credibility because of Biden Administration weakness and incompetence displayed in Ukraine and Afghanistan. What's next? Three more years of Joe to go. America needs a peaceful Second American Revolution not only to restores our freedoms, but to save our lives.
Dr. Pry warns that we cannot believe what we are seeing on TV and hearing from politicians about the Ukraine War. The narrative that Russia is bogged down or losing may be true. But the Ukraine government, and the Biden Administration, wants the world to believe this. Ukraine wants to encourage Western intervention. Biden wants the news focus to be on Russia's alleged failures in Ukraine, not on his catastrophic failure to deter Russian invasion. But what if the Russian's are themselves deliberately trying to provoke the West to fight in Ukraine, feigning weakness and failure so they can turn Ukraine into a tactical nuclear killing ground, Moscow's "final solution" to the problems of the U.S. and NATO? Remember the Battle of Austerlitz. Remember Afghanistan.
Today, Russian nuclear forces are probably at the U.S. equivalent of DEFCON 3 or DEFCON 2, which is very rare in history, occurring only during such major events as the 1956 Suez Crisis, 1958 Berlin Crisis, 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, 1968 invasion of Czechoslovakia, 1973 Yom Kippur War, 1983 Able Archer NATO nuclear exercise, and 1991 Soviet coup attempt against Premier Gorbachev, for example. Today, U.S. nuclear forces are not mobilized, are at their normal everyday state of readiness: DEFCON 5.
My new book "Blackout Warfare" warns that drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) can be used to black out national power grids. Now, according to an FBI and DHS memo recently reported in the press, in July 2020 a drone made a failed attack on the Pennsylvania electric power grid. The drone, trailing electrical conductors intended to short out high-voltage powerlines at a transformer substation, crashed on a roof before reaching its target.
“America…goes not abroad, in search of monsters to destroy. She is the well-wisher to the
freedom and independence of all.”—John Quincy Adams (July 4 th , 1821) Russian Nuclear “Saber Rattling”? Washington and the world are holding their breath waiting to see if Russian dictator Vladimir Putin will use nuclear weapons to win his losing war in Ukraine.
Putin has threatened “lightning fast” nuclear strikes against NATO for supporting Ukraine: “If someone intends to interfere in what is going on from the outside they must know that constitutes an unacceptable strategic threat to Russia. They must know that our response to counterstrikes will be lightning fast. Fast.” 1
Thinking About the “Unthinkable” We are told: “Nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought” which politically correct mantra is really believed by most in Washington, perhaps by most in America, even though it is patently false, evidences mass psychological “denial behavior” and is perilous to national security. 1 Americans hate nuclear weapons, and those who think about them. 2 This I know from a professional lifetime as one who thinks about nuclear weapons, strategy, and warfare. Philosophically, weapons of mass destruction are antithetical to the ethos of democratic societies deriving their legitimacy from the people, where government exists to serve the people, where the most precious jewel is the lives of the people. Nuclear weapons, that threaten mass destruction of the people, are so noxious in our society that almost no one wants to think about them—and very few do. In contrast, totalitarian and authoritarian states are proud of their nuclear firepower and celebrate nuclear weapons. Russia, China, and North Korea parade nuclear missiles in their streets. They broadcast TV documentaries about winning nuclear wars, almost always against the United
Congress, the Senate and House Armed Services Committees, deserve the gratitude of all
Americans for their bipartisan rebuke of the Biden Administration for trying to cancel the Sea- Launched-Cruise-Missile-Nuclear (SLCM-N)—needed to prevent, or prosecute, tactical nuclear war. 1 Congress has restored funding for SLCM-N. But President Biden’s still classified Nuclear Posture Review reportedly calls for cancelling the missile, so the Biden Administration may yet try again to kill SLCM-N in the future.
In 1914, a single bullet fired into the chest of Archduke Ferdinand by a Serbian terrorist quickly and unexpectedly exploded into World War I. The Austro-Hungarians mobilized their armies to punish Serbia. Russia mobilized armies to defend their Serb “little Slavic brother.” Germany mobilized, then France, then Britain, and by 1918 there were 40 million casualties, 15-22 million dead. Now President Biden’s ill-conceived efforts to save Ukraine from Russian invasion could spark a much larger conflict, perhaps even nuclear World War III. After years of denial, Washington seems to finally understand, as a result of the ongoing
Ukrainian crisis, that Russia and China really are allies, prepared to coordinate aggression
against Europe, Asia, and America.
The Sea-Launched Cruise Missile-Nuclear (SLCM-N) President Biden’s defense budget “zeros out” funding for the U.S. Navy’s SLCM-N, ignoring protests from the Pentagon, including the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, that the new cruise missile is necessary for nuclear deterrence.
President Biden’s first State of the Union address neglected to mention the little fact that his Ukraine policy has brought the world to the brink of a thermonuclear holocaust. On Sunday (February 27, 2022), Russian dictator Vladimir Putin ordered his nuclear forces on “high alert” or “special alert” or “highest alert” as variously reported by Russian and Western sources.
In 1914, a single bullet fired into the chest of Archduke Ferdinand by a Serbian terrorist quickly and unexpectedly exploded into World War I. The Austro-Hungarians mobilized their armies to punish Serbia. Russia mobilized armies to defend their Serb “little Slavic brother.” Germany mobilized, then France, then Britain, and by 1918 there were 40 million casualties, 15-22 million dead.
“U.S. Governors may suddenly find themselves on the frontlines of Cyber-EMP World War III.”
Governors and State legislators of all 50 States of the United States must become proactive in protecting the electric grids within their States from electromagnetic pulse (EMP) and Cyber Warfare—since the federal government has failed “to provide for the common defense” against these existential threats.
The alliance between Russia and China is the greatest military threat ever posed to the U.S. and the Free World, not least because Washington has been so tardy in recognizing the growing peril from the Sino-Russo “New Axis” that now threatens to escalate the New Cold War into World War III.