Democrats and their allies are alarmed that the firing of top Pentagon officials by president Donald Trump may be preparation for a military coup. But was it actually the Democrats, and Joe Biden himself, who first brought up the idea of using the US Army to remove Trump from the White House, in case he lost but refused to concede. That was in June, much earlier than the election and the controversies surrounding it. What did Biden know at that moment to say that?
The United States is a failed state. Why can’t the self-proclaimed superpower control its own electoral process? The combination of colour revolution, revolt, conspiracies of banks, and clashes between clans taking place in this country are good grounds for enabling the failed United States to keep going as a superpower. The US is not a normal and stable country but a group of madmen who pretend to be the state and to deal with state affairs.
While Biden’s campaign changes the rules in the middle of the game, Trump’s voters are armed and protect polls from theft, various media behave like advertisers or bidders, military ballots are found in the trash, various gangs, groups, NGOs are advocating for one candidate or another, and there are even dead in all this mess.
These days the so-called United States is in a much worse situation than Venezuela and Belarus, but the US hides itself behind a public image created by Hollywood in the first part of the 20th century and maintained by global media until today
How could any sovereign country, or anyone at all, ever listen again to any command, request, demand or threat from the new or old resident of the White House and from the establishment of this very deranged, quasi-state entity, formerly known as United States of America?
This article contains two disinformation messages. One of these is the recurrent pro-Kremlin narrative about an imminent state collapse or civil war in the United States. This message has been intensified by various pro-Kremlin outlets in the context of the recent racial justice protests in US.
The other message contained in the article is the emerging pro-Kremlin narrative seeking to delegitimise the conduct and results of the 2020 US Presidential elections.
The article provides no evidence to support its claims that the US (which it labels as the “former United States” and a “quasi-state entity”) is a failed or collapsing state.
Predictions about a US civil war or state collapse in the US have been a common pro-Kremlin narrative since the fall of the Soviet Union. One of the most popular theories was devised by Igor Panarin - a former Soviet KGB and Russian intelligence officer, a political science professor and author of influential studies on information warfare - who declared in 1998 that the United States would disintegrate into six nations around 2010.
Furthermore, there is no evidence to support the article’s suggestion that the November 2020 elections in the US are “out of control”, beset by fraud, violation of rules, and massive voting by dead people.
In addition, in its interim assessment on the conduct of the election, the OSCE finds that the contest was "competitive and well managed" (p. 1), noting that "evidence-deficient claims about election fraud" (ibid.) have been refuted by "election officials at all levels" (p. 3) and "national security agencies" (p. 11).
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