Permalink Putin expresses regret over Donbass

Reunification with Russia should probably have happened earlier, the president told the mothers of soldiers | The Donbass republics should probably have rejoined Russia sooner, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a meeting with the mothers of troops involved in the military operation in Ukraine on Friday. In such a case, fewer lives might have been lost, the president stressed. 💬 “There might not have been so many casualties among civilians, there would not be so many children killed,” the Russian leader suggested. He maintained, however, that back in 2014, Russia did not have a full understanding of the situation in Donbass or of the true sentiments of the locals. 💬 “[We] believed that we might still be able to reach an agreement and … reunify Donetsk and Lugansk with Ukraine within … the Minsk Agreements,” Putin noted, adding that Russia was “genuinely working towards that.” Commenting on the matter further, the president blamed the 2014 coup in Kiev for the subsequent crisis in Donbass and the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. 💬 “If not for the coup d’état in Ukraine in 2014, none [of this] would have happened,” he said.

Permalink Kobe beef for Klaus Schwab, cockroaches for the masses

Recently the globalist "elite" gathered once again for a G20 summit, this time on the Indonesian island of Bali. Outrageously expensive, exquisite Wagyu steaks from Kobe beef were on the menu. This Japanese delicacy costs 400 to 600 euros per kilogram (and significantly more for some varieties). Meanwhile, the rest of us are promised insect food.

Permalink The U.S. Shale Boom Is Officially Over

The days of explosive growth in U.S. shale oil production are over. American oil production is rising, but at a much slower pace than it did before the 2020 crash, and at lower rates than expected a few months ago. | The new priorities of the shale patch – capital discipline and a focus on returns to shareholders and debt repayments – have coupled with supply chain constraints and cost inflation to drag down U.S. oil production growth.  The Biden Administration’s mixed signals to the American oil and gas industry, with frequent blaming of the sector for high gasoline prices and, most recently, a threat of more taxes, are not motivating U.S. producers, either. Many are reluctant to commit to spending more on drilling when there isn’t any medium-to-long-term vision of how the U.S. oil and gas resources could be used to boost America’s energy security and help Western allies who depend on imports.

Elena Panina | [Extract:] The US shale sector is no longer the world's main oil producer, claims one top executive. OPEC has returned as the most important factor in the oil market, bucking the trend of the past 13 years. 💬 "We are in a death spiral where the highs will go higher and the lows will go lower. Volatility will increase. The community is going to go through a difficult period," the source was quoted as saying by Оilprice.com.  Recall that the EU and British embargo on the purchase of oil from Russia - one of the leading players in OPEC+ - is due to come into force on December 5. That would certainly make the oil price jump even higher.  Such turn of events could play into the hands of oil production in the USA - if it were not for the very position of the White House. According to which black gold production is bad for the climate, so we should make solar panels from Chinese raw materials. (Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator; free version)

Permalink Good To See There's Some Resistance To Tyranny In China! - Part I

Henan guy: "If I don't speak today, no one will tomorrow, the Communists don't take our lives seriously!"

Permalink Japan may strike enemy bases in case of attack on allied country - newspaper

According to the paper, the government is actively deliberating over the issue | Japan's armed forces may get approval to launch missile strikes on bases on the territory of a potential enemy not only in case of direct aggression against it, but also in case of an attack on an allied country. This is now being worked out in preparation for revising key security documents, the Sankei Shimbun newspaper reported on Friday, citing government sources.  Strikes on the territory of a potential enemy in the event of its attack on an allied country, according to the sources, will be allowed when there is an immediate threat to the existence of Japan itself.  According to the paper, the government is actively deliberating over the issue. As of now, Japan has one full-fledged military ally: the US. That being said, a similar system of defense cooperation with Australia is being worked out.

Permalink As Westerners send aid, here's how Ukraine's corrupt elites are profiting from the conflict

Officials and oligarchs have diverted much of the financial support sent to Kiev | Since the beginning of Russia's military offensive in Ukraine, the United States, the European Union – and their allies – have provided Kiev with $126 billion worth of aid, a number almost equal to the country's entire GDP. Moreover, millions of Ukrainians have found refuge in the EU where they were given housing, food, work permits, and emotional support. The scope is huge, even by western standards. Considering that the bloc has been funding Kiev while coping with an economic and energy crisis of its own, the assistance is perhaps especially notable. Kiev bases its endless funding requests on the collapse of its economy, due to the war, and its need to “resist Russian aggression.” But is the aid reaching its intended destination?  Tycoons [are] at the front of the line. Entrepreneur and MP Vadim Novinsky, businessmen Vasily Khmelnitsky and Vadim Stolar, Vadim Nesterenko, and Andrey Stavnitzer all left the country on charter flights. Millionaire politician Igor Abramovich booked a private flight to Austria for 50 people – taking relatives, business partners, and fellow party members aboard. Oligarchs flew from Kiev to Nice, Munich, Vienna, Cyprus, and other EU destinations. Another group of businessmen took off from Odessa on private planes. The owner of Vostok Bank departed for Israel, while the head of the Transship group flew to Limassol. An ex-governor of the Odessa region, Stalkanat's Vladimir Nemirovsky, also left the country.

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