Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, June 12, 2008
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice moved the U.S. missile defense shield agenda a step forward during her attendance at the Bilderberg meeting last week, during which she formalized plans to sign a treaty on installing a U.S. radar base in the Czech Republic with Czech Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg.
|In February, Russia’s military chief of staff General Yuri Baluyevsky threatened to use nuclear weapons to defend Russia should an attack on Iran put the Kremlin in the line of fire.|
The news underscores the fact that important policy decisions are advanced at Bilderberg and that the event is not an insignificant talking shop, as debunkers often claim.
Reports out of both Czech newspapers and Chinese sources confirm that Rice formalized the policy at Bilderberg.
"U.S. Secretary of State of Condoleezza Rice has confirmed she will fly to Prague in early July to sign two U.S.- Czech treaties on the installation of a radar base on the Czech soil, the Czech daily Pravo said Tuesday," reports Xinhua.
"According to the paper, Rice confirmed her plan to Schwarzenberg at the Bilderberg conference in Chantilly, Virginia, last week."
"Bilderberg Club, also called the "Group of the Powerful," is an informal invitation-only organization of politicians, representatives of the military and industrial complex, bankers and businessmen. Schwarzenberg was the only Czech participant in this year’s forum," according to the report.
The prospect of the radar base, along with the planned installation of an interceptor missile base in Poland, has infuriated the Russians who believe the program is aimed at countering the Kremlin as well as Chinese military dominance, and not as a means of defending against Iranian nuclear ambitions as the U.S. claims.
In response to U.S. aggression, Russia has resumed long-range bomber patrols over the Atlantic which were mothballed at the end of the Cold War. NATO warplanes have intercepted Russian Bear Bombers on numerous occasions.
In February, Russia’s military chief of staff General Yuri Baluyevsky (pictured above) threatened to use nuclear weapons to defend Russia should an attack on Iran put the Kremlin in the line of fire.
In November last year, Baluyevsky dubbed America "evil" while cautioning that the "insidious" U.S. missile defense shield weapons system has nothing to do with countering Iran and is aimed squarely at Moscow.
"If the Americans deploy the radar by 2011 and anti-ballistic missiles by 2012-2013, they will certainly be directed against Russia, and we can easily prove it," Baluyevsky told Russia Today.
"Today, there is no need to be afraid of the Russian Armed Forces. However, I do not believe that the Russian military is obliged to defend the world from the evil Americans," he added.
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