Crossfire War – Kissinger-Primakov Group in Closed Door Session


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Night Watch: NOVO-OGARYOVO – With as little publicity as possible, the Strategic Working Group, between Russia and the U.S. met behind closed doors at Russia President Vladimir Putin’s residence outside Moscow at Novo-Ogaryovo. The theme of the meeting was called: “Russia-USA: A Look Into the Future”.

From the statements made afterward, the dignitaries gathered are planning a future with Tehran’s nuclear program and foreign policy having been defeated. As has mentioned, ever since it went online three years ago, the only offensive Allied threat to Iran has got to come through Russia and those gathered are obviously aware of that even before they arrived, but Russia was not ready years ago or even last year, but they are now. [RIA]

RIA reported former Russia Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov stated afterward, “We discussed many issues. Our goal was not to get media coverage, some public relations points or press home any propaganda messages. We came here to solve problems. We agreed to hold the next meeting in mid-December in Washington D.C.” There they should be meeting President George W. Bush and if the Moscow-Washington offensive against Tbilisi-Ankara-Tehran is successful then perhaps in November Moscow-Tehran could have already begun negotiations to end the war, at least in the Caucasus.

Former Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger stated, “We appreciate the time President Putin gave us and the frank manner in which he explained his point of view. Nuclear proliferation and nuclear threats. I do not think (U.S.) expansion is a problem of the period. The problem of the period is how to avoid nuclear conflict and in this case we believe that Russia and America should have common objectives.” That is a very diplomatic way of saying common military objectives-targets. Everyone gathered there knows that nuclear war with Tehran is unavoidable, they know Iran, with is 21 year old nuclear program, has had nuclear warheads for quite some time, but they will never say that publicly. The officials may even know the exact number of the Russian scientists that went south when the Cold War ended in 1990. Everyone knows the Jihad pays well.

Putin outlined the working group’s purpose, “Your findings should not be brought to our foreign ministries to gather dust there. They should be treated as something of practical use. We cannot afford having a Russia-U. S. relationship that depends on the current political situation inside both our countries. We cannot allow our relationship to serve such narrow issues, as for example, election campaigns in Russia or the U. S.”

In attendence with Kissinger were: Former Secretary of State George Schultz, former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin, former Special Representative for Arms Control, Nonproliferation and Disarmament Ambassador Thomas Graham Jr., former Senator Sam Nunn and Chevron Chairman and Chief Executive Officer David O’Reilly.

With Primakov were: Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, former Ambassador to Washington Yuly Vorontsov, Deputy Board Chairman of UES Russia Leonid Drachevsky, UC Rusal Deputy Chief Executive Officer Alexander Livshits and former Soviet Armed Forces Chief of Staff Mikhail Moiseyev.

The Allied capital that is the industrial link between the group is Berlin since they have always purchased more of Russia’s raw materials than any other industrial nation and were the ones which had Putin become Russia’s head of state in 1999 replacing the enormously corrput adminstration under Boris Yeltsin. For more than a year, Washington has increased its cooperation with Berlin and reduced it with London. Regular readers of know the nonproliferation concern revolves around military-technological industries in China that can still export advanced weaponry to Islamic governments, especially to Tehran even though Beijing can no longer export them through Pyongyang. When North Korea tested the bomb last October Moscow began to reassert its old influence there and Russia can easily afford to do so, as opposed to Beijing, which is at the center of a central government that is a government in name only due to the rampant corruption throughout the country on China’s highest levels.

Willard Payne is an international affairs analyst who specializes in International Relations. A graduate of Western Illinois University with a concentration in East-West Trade and East-West Industrial Cooperation, he has been providing incisive analysis to NewsBlaze. He is the author of Imagery: The Day Before.