Lyndon LaRouche’s advisory that there will be “no peace until the British Monarchy is overthrown, and the British puppet and asshole Obama is removed from office,” is underscored by the pattern of global terrorism and other provocations they have unleashed, in addition to Turkey’s shooting down of the Russian Su-24.
Ukraine: The Crimea provocation is ongoing, around Victoria Nuland’s nazis in Ukraine cutting all electricity supplied to Crimea by blowing up transmission towers. Russian authorities are confident they can deal with the emergency with the 35% of Crimean energy that is produced by local generators, until Russia is able to complete the construction of the underwater transmission line from Russia under the Kerch strait before the end of the year. Meanwhile, the new, expanded phase of the U.S. military training progam for Ukraine has begun, with the U.S. training five battalions of active-duty troops and one battalion of special operations forces personnel.
Belgium: The country remains on high alert, with Brussels still on lockdown. The government has arrested 21 suspects, but released 17 of them, and they admit they don’t really have a bead on what is coming next, except that they still expect multiple attacks at different points.
ISIS: Britain has issued its yearly Security Review, which asserts that ISIS is trying to get its hands on nuclear and chemical weapons.
Egypt: A suicide bomb went off in the Egyptian Sinai, killing at least three and wounding a dozen.
Greece: A bomb exploded late last night near the Parliament building on Syntagma square. No one was hurt.
The U.S. State Department has issued a travel alert that will be in effect until February 24, with no specific place or incident in mind, noting only that IS, Boko Haram, and other groups “continue to plan terrorist attacks in multiple regions.”