Permalink Apartment block in Kiev hit by US-made AIM-120C for NASMAS air defense systems

Earlier Reuters reported that Russian missiles hit a number of targets in the Kyiv region, killing at least six people during attacks that caused blackouts across the country. | The missile that hit an apartment block in Kiev today was a US-made AIM-120C launched from one of the newly arrived NASMAS air defense systems, donated to Ukraine in the last months. Local people shared on social media photos of the wreckage of the missile. Even though Ukraine blamed Russia for the strike, it turns out the missile was not Russian but American and was fired by Ukrainian troops.  The fragment shown in the photo has the word LIFT as the American AIM-120C. This is an anti-aircraft missile for the NASAMS systems which were recently donated to Ukraine. By analyzing the photos which Ukrainian citizens published themselves the missile which hit their residential building can be easily identified as American.  Raytheon Technologies announced last month that it had delivered the first two of the NASAMS air defense systems promised to Ukraine by the US government. The NASAMS (National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System) primarily uses the AIM-120 Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAM).

Permalink LIVE UPDATES: Ukrainian Forces Shell Donetsk - DPR

Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine in February after the republics of Donetsk and Lugansk appealed for help in defending themselves against Ukrainian forces. | The West has since ramped up arms supplies to Ukraine, with Moscow warning that it only prolongs the conflict, while the weapons become a legitimate target for Russian forces. Russia has been delivering air strikes on Ukraine's military and energy infrastructure since October 10, two days after the bombing of the Crimean bridge, which Moscow has determined was plotted and carried out by the Ukrainian special services.

Permalink President Vladimir Putin weighs in on root cause of Ukraine conflict

The Western-backed Maidan lit the fuse for almost a decade of turmoil, the president claims | The ongoing conflict in Ukraine would never have happened if there there hadn't been a coup in Kiev in 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin insisted on Friday. He was referring to the violent overthrow of the elected president Victor Yanukovich.  Speaking to mothers of Russian soldiers, Putin stressed that the Maidan resulted in direct foreign control over Ukrainian institutions, which Russia has no choice but to oppose. 💬 At the turn of the century, Russians were told everything would be great if they accepted outside control, and started “playing on someone else’s field,” Putin said. It was those outsiders seeking to control Russia that have created the current situation, “including in the zone of the special military operation,” he added.  Without naming the West specifically, Putin said the outsiders had significant influence in Ukraine as well, but after 2014 they gained total control over the country.

Putin expresses regret over Donbass (11/25/22)

Permalink World Premiere: Died Suddenly

Why do we never believe them? For centuries, the global elite have broadcast their intentions to depopulate the world - even to the point of carving them into stone. And yet… we never seem to believe them. The Stew Peters Network is proud to present Died Suddenly, from the award winning filmmakers, Matthew Skow and Nicholas Stumphauzer.

💬 If you have not yet seen Died Suddenly, the killer documentary that dropped two days ago, I urge you to watch it as soon as you can—it’s a little over an hour—and share it far and wide. Although it makes some trivial mistakes, it is a very solid piece of work—as sound as it is harrowing, and that’s really saying something; so all those who appreciate my weekly Substacks on the toll of the “vaccines” will also very much appreciate this film, and learn a lot from it (as I did) — Mark Crispin Miller

Permalink Chief WHO scientist reveals key Covid "blunder"

The agency was too slow to recognize that the virus is airborne, Soumya Swaminathan has said | The outgoing chief scientist of the World Health Organization (WHO) admitted on Wednesday that the body should have warned the public that Covid-19 can be are transmitted through aerosols “much earlier” than it did. Speaking to the Science Insider, Soumya Swaminathan, who announced her resignation from her post last week, said the agency made a "mistake" when it did not more rapidly label the coronavirus as airborne based on the available evidence, adding that “it is something that has cost the organization.”  She noted that the WHO “did talk about all the methods, including ventilation and masking” that [never] could thwart the spread of the disease. “But at the same time, we were not forcefully saying: ‘This is an airborne virus.’ I regret that we didn’t do this much, much earlier.”

Permalink Elon Musk mulls ‘alternative’ to Apple and Google

The billionaire said he could launch his own smartphone if Twitter is booted off popular platforms | Twitter chief Elon Musk has said he is open to creating his own “alternative” smartphone in the event tech giants move to deplatform his social media site, suggesting he could be left with no other option.  Responding to a proposal from conservative pundit Liz Wheeler that the billionaire should “produce his own smartphone” if Apple and Google were to kick Twitter off of their app stores, Musk said he would not rule it out, though voiced some reluctance toward the concept. 💬 “I certainly hope it does not come to that, but, yes, if there is no other choice, I will make an alternative phone,” he said on Friday.

Permalink “Good news for the US economy”: Péter Szijjártó on the looming recession in Europe

Against the background of the Ukraine conflict and the sanctions against Russia, the European economy is heading towards a recession, said Hungary’s Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó. It is absolutely clear that it is the USA that will benefit from this. | At a press conference on Friday, Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó spoke of a risk of economic slowdown in the EU spoken, which he says is linked to the Ukraine conflict and Western anti-Russia sanctions. In terms of the global economy, the EU is currently on the losing side, while the situation around the US economy, including the competitive situation, has “definitely improved” of late, Szijjártó said. For him it is obvious that the USA “benefits from the suffering of the European economy”. 💬 “The fact that the European economy is heading into recession is good news for the US economy, and it’s clear that Americans have benefited from it.”  Earlier, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that Europe loses if it rejects Russian energy sources and relies on those from the United States. Europe is forced to pay fivefold or tenfold for it. According to Orbán, Europe should ask its “US friends” who is making profits in this situation. The Speaker of the Hungarian Parliament, Laszlo Kever, has already stated that the European Union can be called the loser in the Ukraine crisis because it is acting against its own economic interests.

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