Udo Ulfkotte, a former editor of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, one of the largest newspapers in Germany, admits he worked for the CIA.
“I’ve been a journalist for about 25 years, and I’ve been educated to lie, to betray, and not to tell the truth to the public,” Ulfkotte told Russia Today. “I was supported by the Central Intelligence Agency, the CIA. Why? Because I am pro-American.”….
Udo Ulfkotte came forward because he is afraid of a war between the United States, Europe and Russia.
“The German and American media tries to bring war to the people in Europe, to bring war to Russia,” he told RT. “This is a point of no return, and I am going to stand up and say … it is not right what I have done in the past, to manipulate people, to make propaganda against Russia, and it is not right what my colleagues do, and have done in the past, because they are bribed to betray the people not only in Germany, all over Europe. … I am very fearful of a new war in Europe, and I don’t like to have this situation again, because war is never coming from itself, there is always people who push for war, and this is not only politicians, it is journalists too. … We have betrayed our readers, just to push for war. … I don’t want this anymore; I’m fed up with this propaganda. We live in a banana republic, and not in a democratic country where we have press freedom.”
For the ruling elite, the financial oligarchy in control of the United States, war is a customized tool for centralizing and maintaining power and establishing a world monetary order. Blinded by hubris and arrogance, the elite believe a war with Russia will check that nation’s geopolitical aspirations, which it perceives as a threat, as it does the aspirations of China. Checking and challenging Russia is what the war in Ukraine that has of late fallen from the headlines is all about.
Russia knows the score and is now preparing for the inevitable – thermonuclear war. Unthinkable a mere two or three years ago, Russia is now considering a large scale revamp of its military posture and a possible first strike against NATO and the U.S
“In my view, our primary enemy is the U.S. and the North Atlantic bloc,” General Yury Yakubov, a senior Russian Defense Ministry official, said last month.
Yakubov said Russia has merged its Air and Space Defense Forces with its land, sea and air based nuclear forces.
“In addition, it is necessary to hash out the conditions under which Russia could carry out a preemptive strike with the Russian Strategic Rocket Forces,” he said.