Russia Poses "Existential Threat" From North To South Pole: US Intel Chief | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Russia Poses "Existential Threat" From North To South Pole: US Intel Chief

Lieutenant General Scott Berrier, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, presented his agency’s annual World Threat Assessment before the Senate Armed Forces Committee late last week. The transcript of his testimony runs to fifty-seven pages and is broad in its scope and often detailed in its descriptions, so what follows is a précis and one that dwells on the overarching theme of his presentation, leaving aside, for example, his discussion of the threats posed by what were formerly termed terrorist organizations and are now called violent extremist organizations (VEOs).

His comments largely passed unnoticed as such generally are outside the American governing and military castes except for a CNN report of them that bears the title "Top US military intelligence official says Russian military poses an 'existential threat' to the US".

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