Permalink US 'deeply concerned' about allegations raised by Canadian PM Trudeau against India: Blinken

Speaking at a press conference here on Friday, Blinken said the US has engaged directly with the Indian government on the issue and the most productive thing would be the completion of this investigation | The US is deeply concerned about the allegations raised by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau against India on the killing of a Khalistani separatist in Canada, Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said and Washington was "closely coordinating" with Ottawa on the issue and wants to see "accountability" in the case.  Speaking at a press conference here on Friday, Blinken said the US has engaged directly with the Indian government on the issue and the most productive thing would be the completion of this investigation.

India’s Canadian riddle – To be, or not to be (M. K. BHADRAKUMAR)
US envoy confirms Canada received intelligence from Five Eyes partners before Justin Trudeau went public with allegations against India (The Telegraph Online)

Permalink Steve Kirsch: “We Can’t Find an Autistic Kid Who Was Unvaccinated”

Permalink Post-Soviet state’s president ‘controlled from abroad’ – opposition leader

Since Sandu replaced Dodon as president in 2020, Moldova has taken an increasingly pro-Western course. Chisinau has fully backed Kiev in the conflict with Moscow. Last year, the nation of 2.6 million was granted the status of an EU candidate, together with Ukraine. | Moldova’s opposition leader has accused the head of state, Maia Sandu, of being directed by outside powers seeking to bring the country into NATO.  Igor Dodon, a former president, warned in a live stream on social media on Friday that President Sandu and the ruling Action and Solidarity party “will do everything in the near future – in a year and a half – for Moldova to change the Constitution and abandon its neutral status.” 💬 “Sandu has a task from those who control her from abroad, to make Moldova a part of NATO,” he claimed. Taking Moldova, a post-Soviet republic and neighbor of Ukraine, into the US-led military bloc would be equal to “involving the country in the conflict,” the opposition leader warned. “Give up on tying us with NATO,” he urged, addressing Sandu.

Permalink Our most beloved adversaries have clashed. Literally for a crust of stale bread.

Dmitry Medvedev | Our most beloved adversaries have clashed. Literally for a crust of stale bread. Poland has extended the ban on supplies of Ukrainian grain to its territory. It did not even listen to the European Commission. The Poles' example was immediately followed by other EU members - Slovaks and Hungarians. Kyiv immediately threw a tantrum and complained to the WTO – accusing the neighbors... of aiding the Russians! Like, they work great on the assignment of these. It is difficult to find a more insulting reproach for such Russophobes as Poles. We applaud the well-aimed spit from Kyiv to Warsaw! It is obvious to everyone that even our closest allies have not seen Ukraine as an equal partner for a long time. They do not put it in the Polish penny, let alone in the zloty. And as soon as it becomes unprofitable, they turn the corner. "A drowning man will not be helped if he drowns us with him," Polish President Duda cynically said in response to Kyiv's complaints. In New York, on the margins of the UN General Assembly session, the Poles threatened that for bad behavior they would ban imports not only of grain but also of Ukrainian vegetables and fruits. And they will also stop supplying modern weapons - they need them more themselves. That is, in fact, they will wait until the Ukrainians eat themselves or destroy themselves. Poland knows what to do with other people's lands. With such allies, there is no need for enemies. It's a pity only for the people of these countries - millions of citizens will start to disappear. One hopes that people will be more reasonable than these people. And just remove them from the political board. Or just remove them, as it has been happening for centuries. (Translation: DeepL.com)


Permalink Russia bombs NATO infrastructure across Ukraine: burning logistics hubs, mercenary bases, weapons, and depleted uranium ammunition depots

Russia has launched three waves of air strikes against NATO infrastructure across Ukraine. Weapons shipments, military bases, maintenance factories, maintenance centers, weapons and ammunition depots have been hit. | At the same time, a train carrying depleted uranium shells and the Rivne thermoelectric power station were hit.

This is the first Russian attack on Ukraine's power grid ahead of the coming winter. Explosions across Ukraine: Targets hit in Rivne, Lviv, Drohobych, Kyiv. Overnight, the Russian Armed Forces carried out combined attacks against Ukrainian targets in various regions of the country. In particular, targets in Lviv were hit. Reports speak of the destruction of the largest logistical support complex of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in western Ukraine, through which supplies of equipment and weapons from Poland and NATO were carried out. At about 06:25, three rocket attacks occurred on the territory of the town of Drohobych, 75 km south of Lviv. Two missiles hit a specific industrial facility. A series of explosions were recorded in Kyiv. The mayor of the city, Klitschko, confirmed attacks on targets in several areas of Kyiv, including Goloseevsky and Darnitsky. Fires engulfed military installations. According to Klitschko, the Svyatoshinsky district was left without power overnight. The town of Rivne in western Ukraine was subjected to a massive missile attack. There, according to some reports, a facility housing military equipment recently trans-ferred to Kyiv from NATO was destroyed. Finally, according to some reports, the Ukrainian Armed Forces Command base in Kherson was hit. Information is received about the death of at least six officers leading operations in the southern direction.

Permalink Evidence Suggests Ukrainian Missile Caused Market Tragedy

Witness accounts and an analysis of video and weapon fragments suggest a Ukrainian missile failed to hit its intended target and landed in a bustling street, with devastating consequences. | The Sept. 6 missile strike on Kostiantynivka in eastern Ukraine was one of the deadliest in the country in months, killing at least 15 civilians and injuring more than 30 others. The weapon’s payload of metal fragments struck a market, piercing windows and walls and wounding some victims beyond recognition.  Less than two hours later, President Volodymyr Zelensky blamed Russian “terrorists” for the attack, and many media outlets followed suit. Throughout its invasion of Ukraine, Russia has repeatedly and systematically attacked civilians and struck schools, markets and residences as a deliberate tactic to instill fear in the populace. In Kostiantynivka in April, they shelled homes and a preschool, killing six.  But evidence collected and analyzed by The New York Times, including missile fragments, satellite imagery, witness accounts and social media posts, strongly suggests the catastrophic strike was the result of an errant Ukrainian air defense missile fired by a Buk launch system. [paywall]

Permalink Ukrainians Enjoy Warm Welcome in Croatia, but Struggle to Rebuild Lives

Vuk Tesija | Thousands of Ukrainians fleeing war have been warmly received in Croatia by those with still-fresh memories of conflict and flight, but language barriers and red tape mean the task of rebuilding their lives is more difficult. [...] In the major urban centres there are day centres for Ukrainians where they can meet, exchange information, seek legal help and counselling and organise workshops for children.  Croatia currently provides one-off aid of around 300 euros and pays for accommodation and related costs. However, it cannot offer the same kind of social support provided by the likes of Germany and other more affluent western European states, prompting many Ukrainians to head further west.  “Employment is the biggest problem, especially since we have a lot of highly educated people – doctors of science, professors, who are now doing whatever they have to,” said Martinjuk.“They also accept the jobs of housekeepers, waiters, they do what they can.”  Recognition of diplomas and language barriers can slow integration, but this is no obstacle for some. “We had a musician and a conductor who immediately found work in the orchestra of the Croatian National Theatre,” said Martinjuk.  Ukrainians are offered courses in Croatian, but Olena said there aren’t enough and they are too short.

Permalink Mat Taylor Provides Summary of Microscopy and EMF Findings from His Experimental Work

Sasha Latypova | I do not have much knowledge of electrical engineering, but I see that this approach to understanding what is going on with covid injections is a valid one. | Mat Taylor is a true natural scientist in the original sense of the word, which does not mean “a PhD from a state accredited university, deeply afraid to think outside of approved narratives in his narrow area of expertise, or else he will not get funding from the gods of NIH”. Science derives from knowledge and earns to understand nature, which has no beginning nor end, and laughs at your artificially defined area of “expertise”.  I do not have much knowledge of electrical engineering, but I see that this approach to understanding what is going on with covid injections is a valid one. There should be thinking across disciplines and a collaboration between medical and electrical/electromagnetic research communities.

Permalink "Unless you hear it from us, it is not the truth."

Jacinda Ardern heckled at Global Progress Action Summit in Montreal (Mail Online)


Permalink Secret Pfizer report shows company KNEW since February 2021 that its mRNA COVID jab was killing people

Unbeknownst to most, a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request from back in 2021 produced what has come to be known as the "Confidential Pfizer Report," showing that the vaccine giant has known all along that its Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) jab is deadly. | The mRNA injection caused more than 1,200 reported deaths and tens of thousands of reported adverse events, that we know of, just within the first two months of its release in mid-December 2020. There were also 23 reported cases of spontaneous abortions out of 270 pregnancies and more than 2,000 reports of cardiac disorders.  Pfizer received all these reports by the end of February 2021, and the company itself confirmed that its jabs are responsible for "manslaughter." Based on this evidence, Pfizer had a responsibility at that time under the law to immediately withdraw the injection, but it did no such thing.  Instead, Pfizer would go on to inject hundreds of millions of people all around the world with its mRNA injections. And once again, thanks to approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and acceptance by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Pfizer is once again mass-injecting the public with even more mRNA shots.

Permalink Woman Euthanized in Belgium Heard Screaming by Loved Ones as She was Suffocated by Pillow

Thirty-six year old Alexina Wattiez received the devastating news that she was diagnosed with terminal cancer. In 2021, doctors told her she would not survive another year. By the spring of 2022, her health had deteriorated to the point that she chose Belgium’s controversial euthanasia program to end her life in what she hoped would be a more peaceful and less painful way to die. Le Soir reported that Alexina’s partner, Christophe Stulens, and his 15-year-old daughter Tracy were there when a doctor and two nurses came to the home to administer the euthanasia protocol. “After a short night’s sleep, I was woken up by a nurse who told me that Alexina was doing very badly,” Stulens said. “Then the doctor took some syringes and we were asked if we wanted to say goodbye.” Stulens and his daughter were told to wait outside, so they went onto the terrace, but what they thought would be a peaceful death quickly turned horrific: they heard screaming. “I recognized her voice,” he said. “Afterwards we saw her lying on the bed with her eyes and mouth open.” De Telegraph reported that an autopsy found that Wattiez died of asphyxiation, not the euthanasia drug cocktail that was meant to end her life, and that nurses took turns using a pillow to suffocate her.

Permalink U.S. Project to Split Syria Up Is Entering a New Phase in Suwayda

Steven Sahiounie | Suwayda is just the newest proposed project in a long list of U.S. regime change projects which have resulted in dividing a sovereign nation into small pieces. | [...] The Druze and the Christian community of Syria are minorities under a secular Syrian government which has protected minorities. The armed opposition was comprised of followers of Radical Islam, such as those who are aligned with Al Qaeda and ISIS. The Druze have no connection with Radical Islam or “Holy War”. For this reason, they felt collectively as if the conflict did not include them, and they wanted no part in it.  But now, after 13 years of armed conflict which has turned into a status quo, Suwayda has taken the center stage and is protesting and they are asking for ‘regime change’ as well as economic reforms.  Why now, after years of neutrality and dodging the fighting? Experts have pointed a finger at the U.S., which is instigating the protests and promising support. Expert analysis in the early days of the 2011 conflict pointed to the overarching U.S. goal of breaking Syria into small pieces, such as the U.S.-NATO attack achieved in Yugoslavia. Small places, each governed by different leaders, would be easier to control and denominate for U.S. interests.

Permalink Poland stops weapons supplies to Ukraine – PM

One of Kiev’s strongest backers has cut back support amid an ongoing trade dispute | Poland will no longer provide arms to the Ukrainian military, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has said, adding that Warsaw would instead shift focus to its own security. The decision follows a diplomatic row over Ukrainian grain imports, which were banned in Poland after flooding local markets.  Morawiecki told reporters on Wednesday that the government would halt the weapons shipments, highlighting a growing rift between the two neighbors after more than a year of heavy support from Warsaw.

NATO Fractures: In U-Turn, Poland Announces It Will No Longer Arm Ukraine (Zero Hedge)
Poland No Longer Supplying Ukraine With Weapons - Prime Minister (Sputnik News)


Permalink Russian Defense Ministry announces full ceasefire agreement for Nagorno-Karabakh

According to the Russian Defense Ministry, "the agreement will be implemented in coordination with the command for the Russian peacekeeping contingent" | A full ceasefire agreement between Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh has been reached through the mediation of Russian peacekeepers, the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement. According to the Russian Defense Ministry, "the agreement will be implemented in coordination with the command for the Russian peacekeeping contingent."  The ministry said earlier that Russian peacekeeping forces in Nagorno-Karabakh continued to perform their mission amid rising tensions, providing all possible assistance to civilians. According to the ministry, a total of 2,261 civilians, including 1,049 children, are currently staying at the peacekeepers’ base camp.

US completes joint military exercise in Armenia (Al Jazeera)
Russian peacekeepers killed in Nagorno-Karabakh – Moscow (RT.com)

Permalink UK intel spun anti-Syria gov. narrative of alleged chemical attack

The Grayzone reveals that ARK, a UK contractor affiliated with the MI6, conducted extensive psychological warfare and media manipulation operations in Syria to destabilize the government. | A recent report by The Grayzone shows that a British government-affiliated CSO played a central role in spinning and disseminating subversive media narratives during the span of the war on Syria. The writer explains that such narratives were propagated to demonize the government in the eyes of the Syrian people and manufacture international consent for foreign interference.  ARK, a government contractor with deep ties to intelligence agencies, has been exposed for its extensive covert operations in Syria during the turbulent years of the war, leaked documents obtained by The Grayzone revealed. Founded by former MI6 operative Alistair Harris, ARK positioned itself as a shadowy player in the Syrian war, working in conjunction with organizations like USAID, the US State Department, and the British military.

Permalink Poland's Duda Cancels UNGA Meeting With Zelensky, Likens Ukraine to 'Drowning Man'

Kiev threatened to appeal to the WTO over the decision by Poland, Slovakia, and Hungary to cease their imports of Ukrainian grain despite the European Commission never having imposed such a ban on the bloc. | A planned meeting between Polish President Andrzej Duda and his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky on the sidelines of the 78th session of the UN General Assembly has been cancelled. Duda told journalists outside the UN headquarters in New York that "organisational reasons" were behind the move, but he did not rule out a meeting with Zelensky later.  The meeting was important because of the row that has erupted between Poland and Ukraine because of Warsaw's singlehanded decision to stop importing Ukrainian grain. Although the two presidents were reportedly supposed to confer on the course of the botched Ukrainian counteroffensive, another hot topic would undoubtedly have been the Polish embargo on agricultural products from Ukraine and the Ukrainian complaint to the WTO.

Permalink Ukraine conflict set to ‘last a long time’ – Erdogan

Moscow is actually seeking to end the hostilities as “as soon as possible,” the Turkish president believes | The conflict between Russia and Ukraine is set to drag on for a “long time,” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said. Moscow is actually among the parties seeking to end the hostilities as soon as possible, he argued.  Erdogan made the remarks in an interview with American broadcaster PBS that aired on Monday. The president was asked about a recent meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin and whether the latter believed Moscow was “winning that war.”  The Turkish leader said the pair did not discuss the conflict in terms of who was winning. He said, however, that Russia was actually seeking a speedy resolution to the hostilities, which have been dragging on since February 2022.


Permalink Experts estimate over 20 million are already Dead due to COVID-19 vaccination & over 2 billion are Severely Injured

Peeling back the layers of deception and obfuscation reveals a shocking truth that may not be all that shocking to our informed readers: Covid-19 “vaccines” are injuring and killing far more people than the government is letting on. | Estimates compiled from pieced-together data suggest that as many as 20 million people worldwide have died so far from the shots, while another 2.2 billion have suffered injuries – and we are only just getting started. [...] Global deaths are around 19.5 million SO FAR and global injuries are around 2.2 billion. In the coming months and years, these figures will balloon even higher as lingering spike proteins progressively damage the bodies of the “fully vaccinated,” leaving them prone not only to every illness that comes along (autoimmune disease) but also to deadly clots (i.e., myocarditis and pericarditis).  It requires a bit of digging to come up with the aforementioned figures as governments work overtime to keep all pertinent data hidden, or at least confusing. The way post-injection injuries and deaths are calculated varies from country to country and even from municipality to municipality, making it difficult to come up with accurate numbers.  The safety and effectiveness claims for the shots are also highly skewed, one way being how “cases” of the Fauci Flu are determined. All throughout the alleged pandemic, illnesses and deaths were falsely attributed to the “virus” so that later the injections could be framed as the “cure.”  In 2020 before the official launch of the vaccines, the annualized rate of covid “cases” was around 70 million – and keep in mind that the official definition of a “case” is still just as murky today as it was at the beginning of the “pandemic”.

Permalink British mercenary tortured and killed compatriot in Ukraine

A UK national fighting for Kiev may have waterboarded Jordan Chadwick, The Sun has claimed | A British volunteer in Ukraine has been named the primary suspect in the murder of a fellow Brit fighting alongside Kiev’s forces who was found dead in June, The Sun claimed on Sunday.  The purported breakthrough was made in the case of Jordan Chadwick, 31, an ex-member of the Scots Guards, who was serving in a unit attached to Ukrainian military intelligence. His corpse was reportedly found in a body of water with his hands tied behind his back. The British government confirmed his death this month after his remains were repatriated.  “His terrified compadres” identified another British fighter as the likely killer to Ukrainian investigators, the report said. It claimed that the water in Chadwick’s lungs did not match that of the pond, in which he was found. He was allegedly waterboarded before being killed and dumped.

Permalink Zelensky rules out land concessions to Russia

The Ukrainian leader vowed to press on with Kiev’s offensive despite losing tens of thousands of troops, according to Moscow | Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has ruled out any territorial concessions to Russia as part of a potential peace deal, insisting that Kiev must press onward with its faltering offensive, regardless of the weather.  In an interview with CBS News released on Sunday, when asked whether Ukraine would cede any land to Moscow for peace, Zelensky said: “No. This is our territory.”  He would not, however, say whether this applies to Crimea, which overwhelmingly voted to join Russia in a referendum in 2014 following the Western-backed Maidan coup in Kiev. Neither Ukraine nor its Western backers have recognized the results of the vote.

‘Prepare for long war’ – NATO chief (RT.com)

Permalink Press review: Moscow heads sanctions club and EU neighbors ban entry to Russian cars

Top stories from the Russian press on Monday, September 18th | Moscow is forming a kind of society of sanctioned countries, the EU bans entry to Russian vehicles and Eastern Europe reinstates the embargo on Ukrainian grain. These stories topped Monday’s newspaper headlines across Russia. Nezavisimaya Gazeta: Moscow building fraternity of sanctioned countries North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has completed his six-day visit to Russia’s Far East. This coming after he discussed issues of military cooperation with Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu. Kim inspected Russian bombers, which are capable of carrying nuclear arms, and warships. The US and South Korea have cautioned that if something becomes of this interaction, Moscow and Pyongyang will pay a dear price. Washington also insists that Kim’s visit has alarmed Beijing because it heightened instability near Chinese borders, potentially hindering China’s ability to normalize relations with the US and its allies in East Asia.


Permalink Germany will have to admit that it consumes Russian fuel

“Germany does not import Russian oil from India!”, or How a non-commissioned officer’s widow flogged herself | The hypocrisy of Germany, which is commonly called the locomotive of the European Union, knows no bounds. Information leaked to the media by the Federal Statistical Office of Germany about the supply of Indian oil caused a real stir in public circles. Imports of petroleum products (gasoline, diesel fuel, fuel oil, bitumen and kerosene) to Germany from India over the 7 months of 2023 increased by as much as 12 times compared to the same period last year - from €37 million to €451 million. This looks more than strange because India itself has traditionally been perhaps the largest oil importer in the world. So, we are dealing with resale. [...] The Germans, who are, for a moment, the initiators of the fuel and energy blockade of Russia, “turn on the fool,” they say, products imported from India are not affected by the sanctions. However, such “fairy tales for the faint of heart” will not dissuade the expert community.

Permalink War in Sudan: alarming humanitarian situation in the Chadian town of Adré

The Sudanese conflict has not abated: in five months, more than five million people have been displaced by the fighting. Of these, nearly 420,000 Sudanese have sought refuge in neighbouring Chad. | The Sudanese conflict has not abated: in five months, more than five million people have been displaced by the fighting. Of these, nearly 420,000 Sudanese have sought refuge in neighbouring Chad. The population of the small town of Adré has increased sevenfold. Prices of staple foods have skyrocketed. Sanitary conditions are precarious, and diseases such as malaria proliferate during this rainy season. 85 per cent of Sudanese exiles registered here in Chad are women and children. The Sudanese conflict has not abated: in five months, more than five million people have been displaced by the fighting. Among them, nearly 420,000 Sudanese have found refuge in Chad.

Permalink Russia Vows Condign Response to NATO's Growing Military Presence in Arctic

On 12 September, at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, President Vladimir Putin said that the development of the Arctic is a strategic priority for Russia, in addition to the development of the Far East. | Russia will deliver a response to the strengthening of NATO's military potential in the Arctic with a set of appropriate measures, including preventive ones, the Foreign Ministry's Ambassador for Special Assignments, Nikolai Korchunov, said. [...] The diplomat said that military and political tensions in the Arctic are escalating because the United States and its allies have taken an unconstructive approach. This is particularly worrying in light of the Russian special operation in Ukraine. Moscow will respond to challenges and threats through a set of necessary measures - including preventive ones - that align with Russian President Vladimir Putin's outlined Foreign Policy Concept and Strategy for the Development of the Arctic Zone of Russia.

Moscow vows ‘preventive measures’ to stop NATO’s Arctic build-up (RT.com)


Permalink Russian Nuclear-Capable Aircraft, Kalibr-Armed Frigate Shown to Kim Jong Un in Vladivostok

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was shown three strategic aircraft of the Russian Aerospace Forces at the Knevichi airfield near Vladivostok, a Sputnik correspondent reported. | The leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) saw Russia's Tu-160, Tu-95MS and Tu-22M3 bombers. These aircraft form the air component of Russia's strategic nuclear forces. In addition, Kim and Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, who met the guest, saw modern aircraft of the Russian Aerospace Forces.

Tu-160 bombers outfitted with novel cruise missiles — top brass (TASS)
Kim Jong-un inspects Russia’s hypersonic weapons (VIDEO) (RT.com)
Colossal Russia-North Korea deal for millions of shells and ammunition - Putin's mate move in Ukraine

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