Red October (Part 2 of: ‘Take Putin Seriously or Die)

The ‘Red’ is not what you may be thinking it to be. Red is the colour predominantly selected for the allied team in maps of the Ukraine conflict and teams generally opposing the aggressions of the combined west.

You may think, if you mostly read only western biased media – which is all western MSM and even some less definitively aligned press – that the ‘red’ team are being beaten down and in a losing position on the Ukraine front. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact we, the world I mean, are about to see the fulfillment of all Russian goals declared months prior to the February entry of Russia into the years long conflict between the powers of the combined west and some stubborn and brave militia forces protecting their homelands.

The west failed to recognise, and in fact totally ignored, the President Putin’s requests for establishment of security guarantees made at the end of 2021, instead proceeding with their plan to subordinate and overrun the Donbass region, prompting Russia’s entry in support of the young Donbass independent republics.

Today, October 1, 2022, marks a decisive point in this conflict. Today we will see the true Russian spirit overcome the NATO spirit in the final battle of Ukraine offensive action and the beginning of an entirely different war – unless the west capitulates to a Russian victory in that place and then takes President Putin seriously on the wider issues of Russian and global security. Failing that, a great many people are going to die in the ensuing weeks from today and the whole geography of Europe will change.

Today William Schryver published his latest imetatronink essay on this subject. I can think of no better reference on the matter than to point you to his work.

‘Turning Point’ – William Schryver’s imetatronink

You may also like to read the following pieces on the wider implications of ignoring Russia’s requests.

‘The West will learn to take Russia’s words seriously’ – News Front

‘The West will have to learn to take Russia’s words seriously’ – VZGLYAD

And here, also from this morning, the latest report from the Military Summary channel, which describes the events leading up to the most decisive battle, the final major battle (in which major western forces are not officially involved – but we all know they are there, and directing events) of this conflict. It is ongoing as I write this.


I hope to have more to say, tomorrow.


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