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Hal Turner – The Hal Turner Radio Show Jan 14, 2022

Early Friday morning, 14 January 2022, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov held his annual lengthy Press Conference. In it, he told gathered media “Russia’s patience with the actions of the West has come to an end, we have been harnessing for a long time – now is the time to go.”

He went on to say “While we are waiting for a response [in writing] from NATO on security guarantees, [which he later said they expect by WEDNESDAY] Russia is now preparing for _any_ development of events.”

Ominously, Lavrov made explicitly clear “If our proposals for security guarantees are rejected by NATO, we will assess the situation and start acting in the interests of our country’s safety. Russia knows how to ensure its security, and will not endlessly wait for some changes and promises from the West.”

While Lavrov spoke, Russia’s Pacific Fleet’s 155th Naval Infantry Brigade is crossing the entire breadth of Russia to deploy near Ukraine/Belarus. This is taking place along with several regiments from 4 armies of the Russian Far East.

This is a completely unprecedented troop movement by Russia; way beyond any exercise they have ever mounted. They are scraping the whole country for every deployable combat unit.

The Russian Foreign Minister was then asked specifically if this means war against Ukraine. His answer was surprising: “No, it means creating counter-threats for the West and the appearance of Russian bases or missiles near the US borders, painful counter-sanctions for the West and the like. Russia does not need a war in Ukraine. There are too many kinship ties between Ukrainians and Russians.”

He then went on to say explicitly “The participation of Western instructors in the conflict in Donbass will cross all red lines and mean a direct clash between the “Russian people” and the NATO military.”

Elsewhere in the world, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said in an Interview with Repubblica News “NATO has made a decision to admit Ukraine and Georgia into the alliance, but did not set a deadline yet.”

He further clarified the decision was made in the year 2008 but no deadline had been set.

Also this morning, Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs candidly pointed out “US and NATO face a choice: Either security indivisibility, or a confrontation that could have IRREVERSIBLE consequences.”


Computer Hackers have successfully broken into NATO Intelligence computers and stolen armament data. The leak was most likely from the Logistics Planning Headquarters at the Armed Forces Support Inspectorate in Bydgoszcz.

Information found on the web includes armament of the Polish army, ammunition, spare parts for combat machines and specialized software.

The equipment disclosed also includes the gear purchased by the Polish army in the USA, Germany, and Israel.

These are strategic data that, for example, Russia’s intelligence is seeking, says General Piotr Pytel, former head of the Military Counterintelligence Service. In his opinion, such information is worth a lot of money.

UKRAINE Military & Gov’t Sites Hacked

Also this morning, several Ukrainian government websites down due to a major a cyberattack. Below is the Ukraine Ministry of Foreign Affairs website now.

It reads in part: “Ukrainians!…All information about you has become public, be afraid and expect worse.” Sites of Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense and its Education ministry are also down.


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