Permalink IEA: 2023 does not bode well for EU and Ukraine

Elena Panina (Елена Панина) | The head of the International Energy Agency Fatih Birol predicted a sharp intensification of the energy crisis at the presentation of the report "How can the European Union avoid natural gas shortages in 2023? Europe and Ukraine will be among the hardest hit, according to the Turkish Milliyet. The main negative factor for the EU is a complete rejection of Russian gas in 2023. The gap in supply and demand will be at least 30 billion cubic meters. Nor will LNG suppliers help, due to low capacity growth and increasing demand in China. The IEA head's prescription for Europe looks mocking - increase energy efficiency and change the consumer's behaviour. In other words, to reduce consumption even more and to develop renewable energy with more zeal. Plus we can try to get wasted gas from Algeria and Egypt. Note that this entire European crisis is entirely man-made. After all, the rejection of Russian gas was directed - at the behest of Washington. The EU decided to punish Russia, but it punished itself. That is why there is absolutely no pity. As for Ukraine, things will be much worse there. The country has lost its political sovereignty and allowed itself to be turned into a battering ram against Russia. Now it will lose everything, including statehood. (DeepL.com/)

Permalink Zelensky to Join World Economic Forum at Davos, Partner With BlackRock to ‘Rebuild’ Ukraine

Zelensky to Join World Economic Forum at Davos, Partner With BlackRock to 'Rebuild' Ukraine | Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has announced his intentions to attend the World Economic Forum’s Davos summit next month, as well as a partnership with globalist private equity firm BlackRock Inc. to “rebuild” Ukraine after what Zelensky insists will be a victory over Russia. Zelensky told the people of Ukraine in a recent address to the nation that BlackRock “specialists” are already helping Ukraine to build a “reconstruction” fund, and that next month, he’ll take part in the World Economic Forum’s infamous Davos summit. “Specialists of this company (BlackRock Inc.) are already helping Ukraine to structure the fund for the reconstruction of our state,” Zelensky told his nation during his recent address.

Permalink US Arms Sales to NATO Allies Almost Double in 2022: Report

Apart from sending arms to its NATO allies, the Biden administration also continues to supply Kiev with weapons, something that Moscow warns will only further aggravate the Ukraine conflict. | The number and price of arms sales approved by Washington to its NATO allies almost doubled in 2022 as compared to 2021, a US magazine has reported. The outlet noted that last year, the US government approved 14 possible major arms sales to its allies in the alliance, worth about $15.5 billion. In 2022, the figure soared to 24 potential major arms sales with price tag of around $28 billion, including $1.24 billion worth of arms sales to possible new NATO member Finland.

Permalink Les héros, c’est bien eux”: Jean Louis, fondateur du collectif “Les Essentiels”, appelle à aider les personnels suspendus - Vidéo

"ll s’agit par cet appel aux dons d’aider les personnes suspendues qui subissent une triple détresse financière, psychologique et juridique.” 💬 "Il y a déjà eu des suicides dans cette population, on voudrait éviter à tout prix que ça continue. Et surtout il y a des gens qui se retrouvent dans une détresse phénoménale : financière, psychologique, juridique."  Dans ce "Pause", Jean-Louis, photographe et fondateur du collectif “Les Essentiels”, un collectif de photographes bénévoles, lance un appel aux dons pour soutenir les personnes suspendues de leurs emplois, auxquelles s’intéressent justement les 120 membres de son projet.  Jean-Louis a mis sur pied son collectif pour “mettre en lumière le cas des suspendus. Il a beaucoup de soignants, des pompiers mais pas que. L’idée est de leur donner un visage, de leur donner la parole, et puis de les aider, évidemment”, explique-t-il. Les photographes de “Les Essentiels” partent, depuis une année, à la rencontre de ces personnes à travers toute la France pour récolter leurs témoignages : 💬 “Chaque photographie est accompagnée d’un témoignage dans lequel la personne raconte ce qu’il lui arrive et pourquoi elle ne souhaite pas se faire vacciner (...) Les gens ne comprennent pas”.

Lien internet : Les Essentiels : Regardez-les, écoutez-les, c’est notre conscience qu’ils interpellent

"The aim of this appeal for donations is to help the suspended people who are suffering triple financial, psychological and legal distress." 💬 "There have already been suicides in this population, we would like to avoid this continuing at all costs. And above all there are people who find themselves in phenomenal distress: financial, psychological, legal."  In this "Pause", Jean-Louis, photographer and founder of "Les Essentiels", a collective of volunteer photographers, appeals for donations to support people suspended from their jobs, a project in which the 120 members of his project are keenly interested.  Jean-Louis set up his collective to "highlight the case of the suspended. He has a lot of carers, firemen but others too. The idea is to give them a face, to give them a voice, and then to help them, obviously," he explains. The photographers of "Les Essentiels" have been meeting these people all over France for a year to collect their testimonies: 💬 "Each photograph is accompanied by a testimony in which the person tells what is happening to him or her and why he or she does not want to be vaccinated (...) People do not understand". (Trans.)

Permalink Hollande backs up Merkel revelation on Donbass peace

Ex-French leader agreed with former German counterpart's description of the real purpose behind Minsk agreements | The 2014 Minsk Agreement was indeed a ploy to buy Ukraine time and should be credited for Kiev’s “successful resilience” now, former French president Francois Hollande said on Friday. Confirming former German chancellor Angela Merkel’s assessment of the truce, Hollande also blamed US weakness for the failure to deter Russia.  Earlier this month, Merkel described Minsk as “an attempt to give Ukraine time” to build up its military. Speaking with the Kyiv Independent, a pro-government Ukrainian outlet, Hollande agreed, saying Merkel was “right on this point.” 💬 “Since 2014, Ukraine has strengthened its military posture. Indeed, the Ukrainian army was completely different from that of 2014. It was better trained and equipped. It is the merit of the Minsk agreements to have given the Ukrainian army this opportunity,” Hollande said, adding that it also stopped the advance of Donbass “separatists” on Mariupol.

Confessions by Hollande and Merkel are ‘formalization of betrayal’ – top Russian senator (RT.com)

Permalink Total ignorance - how NATO continued to expand despite Russia's warnings

Объясняет Readovka | Total ignorance - how NATO continued to expand despite Russia's warnings | The British National Archives has recently published a number of documents, including those relating to the Kingdom's relations with our country, as well as Moscow-NATO contacts in the noughties. Judging by these materials, the West ignored Russia's warnings even then.  The Times journalists, referring to the papers made public by the Archive, focus their article on several episodes, one of which is a conversation between President Vladimir Putin and then UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, in which Putin said he did not want to be opposed to the alliance. On the other hand, quotes former Russian Defence Minister Igor Sergeev who warned against NATO's expansion to Russia's borders - Sergeev called the alliance's actions a major mistake and said that it would surely be followed by Moscow's response.  Both the carrot and the stick were completely ignored by the West. Young Russia at the time was still under the illusion of a single European space in which the rule of law reigned and everyone coexisted on an equal footing. Meanwhile, the NATO bloc was actively moving towards our borders, listening to no one and paying no attention to anything.  The West has always been a closed club hostile to us, in which the only place Russia can occupy is as a feeding ground for multinational corporations. NATO is the watchdog needed to maintain the status quo that benefits the West. Any treaties with these people are trivial not worth the paper they are written on. Fortunately, the time of mirages is finally a thing of the past, and such material only confirms the justifiability of the NWO. (www.DeepL.com/)

Russia warned NATO leaders about expansion in 2001 – Times

Permalink Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI dies at 95 — Vatican (TASS)

He spent his retirement as Pope Emeritus residing in a building of a former monastery in the Vatican | Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has passed away at the age of 95, a representative of the Holy See press office said on Saturday. The German cardinal and renowned theologian Joseph Ratzinger served as the head of the Catholic Church from 2005 until 2013. He became the first pontiff to resign in the past 600 years. He spent his retirement as Pope Emeritus residing in a building of a former monastery in the Vatican.

Benedict XVI (News25Now newsgenerator)

Холмогоров | A tragic figure. A major non-modern Catholic theologian who tried to keep the RCC at least somewhat on the rails of tradition and was effectively overthrown in his lifetime, something that hadn't happened in over seven centuries.  Long before his pontificate I read his Introduction to Christianity. It was a very good book for a Catholic.  I think he was the last pope in any "Tridentine" sense to live up to that name.  Requiescat In Pace - this formula is more appropriate here than anywhere else.  At the end there will be no Christianity other than Orthodoxy. Everything else will irrevocably turn into non-Christianity and anti-Christianity. In fact it already has...(www.DeepL.com/)


Permalink Report claims CIA is directing sabotage attacks inside Russia via a major NATO ally

A startling new report makes the astonishing claim that the CIA, known for fomenting revolution and wars around the globe, is helping to direct sabotage attacks inside Russia, risking all-out war with a major nuclear power. | Even as Russia’s forces struggle to pacify Ukraine, having had to retreat in recent weeks after taking ground in the country’s eastern reaches early in the February invasion, Moscow still maintains a substantial nuclear arsenal and the means to deliver warheads in ways even the U.S. could not stop, via Mach 5 Zircon hypersonic missiles.  According to investigative journalist Jack Murphy, the CIA is supposedly using long-dormant sleeper cells that have been activated by an unnamed NATO ally’s spy service, which are working to hinder Russia’s war effort from behind the lines.

Explosions hit military bases deep within Russian territory | DW News

The US resource The Drive published satellite images of Russia's Engels strategic air base dated 29 December, stating: 💬 "There is no obvious damage after the alleged Ukrainian attacks on the site on 26 and 29 December. Only 11 bombers are present, compared to 26 bombers [in the image from] 29 November". Thus, the Russian Defence Ministry strengthened the air defence of the Engels airbase and also dispersed the strategic bombers to other airfields. This, among other things, allowed Russia to launch another massive and highly effective strike against Ukraine's military administration and critical infrastructure on the same day, 29 December. The next step is to figure out why Ukrainian UAVs fly hundreds of kilometres over Russian territory in the first place. (www.DeepL.com/Translator)

Permalink Lavrov suggests ‘hundreds’ of US troops are in Ukraine

Moscow’s top diplomat said the “collective West,” led by the United States, is already at war with Russia | Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has alleged that “hundreds” of American servicemen are deployed to Ukraine, claiming that US soldiers, military advisers and intelligence officers have long been direct participants in the conflict.  Sitting down with Russia’s Channel One for an interview on Wednesday, Lavrov spoke at length about Washington’s deep involvement in the hostilities in Ukraine, which has steadily grown despite repeated assurances from American leaders that US personnel would have no role in the fighting. 💬 “Dozens, maybe even hundreds of American troops are in Ukraine, they were there even before the coup,” the FM said, referring to the 2014 ouster of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich by nationalist formations and pro-Western activists. “CIA officers occupied at least one floor in the Security Service of Ukraine.”

Permalink John Shipton Interview: Daring to Hope for His Son Julian Assange

People around the world need to add their voices to the call for Julian’s release from the dungeon in Britain. | Tirelessly, John Shipton has traveled the world appealing to parliaments, politicians, civic bodies, and ordinary public members for the release of his son. John tells how a rallying call for Julian’s release is growing. Every parliament in Europe, for example, now has members explicitly calling for freedom. So too has the Australian government finally wakened up to demand the end of the barbaric mistreatment. In Latin America, North America, and other parts of the world, the clamor for justice is growing.  Only two weeks ago, major newspapers in the United States and Europe published joint editorial statements urging the Biden Administration to end the imprisonment of Assange, stating that “publishing is not a crime”. That renewed appeal for freedom is a reflection of the swelling sea-change in public support around the world for Julian Assange.  John Shipton says he is not “into hope” in the superficial meaning of the word. By that, he means a sort of cheap hope, blithe optimism, or cheery, glib ignorance. A sort of “consumerist hope” that is fickle and vanishes at the slightest obstacle.  However, what he displays in his tenacious, resilient, courageous support for his son is a much deeper hope. One of faith and commitment in the face of immense adversity. That strength inspires profound hope. An audacious hope. One that defiantly smiles in the face of cold barbarity. The kind of hope that can break chains. It is way past time that Julian Assange should be freed so that he can “come home to his kids”.

Permalink The Ukraine Lobby

Zelensky & Congress Salute “Representatives of Diaspora” | During Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky’s address to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday, a group of Ukrainians sat in the gallery of the House Chamber. Soon after Zelensky stepped up to the rostrum, they cheered, “Slava Ukraini!” The President of Ukraine waved back at them and answered, “Heroyam Slava.” Some members of Congress looked up and turned around with surprised smiles.  A few minutes later, Zelensky prompted Congress’ first standing ovation during his speech by addressing “dear representatives of [Ukrainian] diaspora…” He paused for a moment and nodded at those in the gallery. Later on, they again chanted “Slava Ukraini!” This time, some members of Congress finished the Nationalist call and response: “Heroyam Slava!” But who were the special guests?

Permalink Ukraine presents global cyber threat – Russia

The threats posed by Kiev's influence are "universal", a senior diplomat has claimed | Ukraine poses a global challenge to the international community, as the country is being used by NATO as a vehicle for the uncontrolled distribution of cyberweapons, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Oleg Syromolotov said on Wednesday. Speaking to RIA Novosti, Syromolotov stated that the 💬 “threats posed by Ukraine in the information space are of a universal nature.”  He went on to say that the US-led military bloc “is essentially distributing digital weapons in an uncontrolled fashion” via Ukraine.

Permalink Moscow ‘outraged’ by crackdown on Russian media abroad

France seems to be spearheading efforts to silence dissent in Europe, the Foreign Ministry spokeswoman has said | France’s push to ban Russian news outlets both on the nation’s territory and in the EU is unacceptable, Moscow's foreign ministry spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, said on Thursday. Earlier this month, French TV regulator Arcom ordered satellite operator Eutelsat to stop broadcasting Channel One Russia, Rossiya 1, and NTV channels.  In a statement, Zakharova said the French watchdog had imposed those restrictions 💬 “under apparent pressure from the authorities,” adding that the move preceded relevant sanctions on the EU level. “Moscow is outraged by the new steps taken by Paris aimed at introducing more and more broadcasting bans on Russian media, both on its territory and in the EU as a whole,” she stated.


Permalink US, NATO seeking Russia’s defeat on battlefield — Lavrov

The United States and its NATO allies are seeking to win a victory over Russia on the `battlefield’ to destroy our country, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told TASS in an interview. 💬 "The actions by the collective West and their puppet [Ukrainian President Vladimir] Zelensky confirm the global nature of the Ukrainian crisis. It is no secret that the strategic goal of the US and its NATO allies is to win a victory over Russia on the battlefield as a mechanism of weakening or even destroying our country," Lavrov said. "Our opponents will just do about anything to achieve this goal," he added.  According to Russia’s top diplomat, the beneficiary of a ‘hot conflict’ is the United States who has been seeking to get the most out of it both economically and strategically. "Washington has also been solving a key geopolitical goal of breaking the traditional bonds between Russia and Europe and making their European satellites even more dependent on them," Lavrov emphasized.

Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s year-end interview with TASS news agency, December 27, 2022
US should think twice before contemplating ‘decapitation strike’ – Lavrov
Ex-Russian president issues ‘nuclear catastrophe’ warning (12/26/22)
The Risk of Nuclear Armageddon (Stephen Lendman)

Permalink RE.: Appointment of the New WHO Chief Scientist, Jeremy Farrar

Elena Panina (Елена Панина) | The appointment of the new WHO chief scientist, Jeremy Farrar, a Briton, went unnoticed in Russia (neither TASS nor RIA reported it) on 13 December. He is a well-known figure in his own circles and a landmark, as they say. Farrar is the director of the Wellcome Trust, a giant centre for funding medical and biological research (turnover in 2020: £464 million). An influential healthcare businessman whose name is regularly mentioned in conjunction with both Anthony Fauci and Bill Gates. Knight of the Order of the British Empire, knighted in 2019. And one of the most staunch critics of the laboratory origin of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus strain that caused the COVID-19 pandemic. It was largely through Farrar's efforts that such theories were branded as conspiracy theories in scientific journals and respectable media. And anyone who did not share the official position was subjected to unprecedented silencing and discrediting by the medical establishment. And now, from spring 2023, this gentleman will begin overseeing the WHO's Office of Scientific Affairs, "bringing together the best minds in science and innovation around the world", as the organisation's website says. This means that the suppression of dissent in global medical science is reaching a new level. And the chances of ever finding out the truth about the origins of SARS-CoV-2 are becoming vanishingly small. (DeepL.com)

Permalink ‘Pro-Nazi’ Germany and Japan have no place at UNSC – Russian ambassador

The diplomat has lashed out at “US-occupied” nations for their vote on a Moscow-sponsored resolution | Germany and Japan should not get permanent seats at the UN Security Council after voting against a Russia-sponsored resolution denouncing Nazism, a senior Russian diplomat has suggested. The decision by Berlin and Tokyo “insults the memory of the victims of German Nazism and Japanese militarism,” Oleg Stepanov, the Russian ambassador to Canada, said in remarks to RIA Novosti, which the Foreign Ministry published in full on Tuesday.  Germany’s vote casts doubt on expressions of remorse for the crimes committed by the Nazis during World War II, he stated. Japan meanwhile, has never reconciled with its dark past, considering that its government honors war criminals, he said. 💬 “It is clear that such behavior can only be possible with permission from the US, under whose multilayered informal occupation both nations remain,” the diplomat claimed.  The remarks refer to a vote at the UN General Assembly earlier this month on a Russia-proposed non-binding resolution condemning glorification of Nazism and various forms of xenophobia. The document was adopted by 120 votes in favor, with 50 against and 10 abstentions.

Permalink 'CIA is behind spate of explosions in Russia': US Army Special Ops veteran claims intelligence agency and NATO ally are conducting sabotage missions

The CIA is working with an unnamed "NATO ally," according to Jack Murphy --Murphy was a former senior trainer and adviser to an Iraqi SWAT team --He said the CIA and Joe Biden are personally authorising missions | The CIA is combining with the spy service of a NATO ally in Europe to conduct covert sabotage operations inside Russia, according to new claims. The clandestine campaign is behind many unexplained explosions and fires that have hit strategic or prominent facilities in recent months, says US expert Jack Murphy, an eight-year Army Special Operations veteran. Separately other European intelligence services have allegedly been "running operatives into Russia to create chaos without CIA help," as has Ukraine. His claims follow as a new fire struck a shopping mall in Krasnodar region, in southern Russia, the latest in dozens of such incidents... Oil and gas facilities, railways, fuel depots, power plants and shopping malls have been hit across Russia by mysterious explosions, with rumours of sabotage.

Permalink Scoop: U.S. Jewish leaders warn Israeli officials over incoming right-wing government

Several U.S. Jewish leaders during a meeting with Israeli officials earlier this month warned that racist and extremist moves by the new Israeli government could seriously hamper support for Israel among Jews in the U.S., six sources who either attended the meeting at the Israeli embassy in Washington or were briefed on it told Axios. | Why it matters: The incoming Israeli government is expected to be the country's most right-wing ever. A senior Israeli official said the meeting at the embassy represented the anxiety the organized U.S. Jewish community has about the incoming Israeli government over its expected policies towards Jews in the diaspora and against democratic values.  The Dec. 7 meeting was attended by representatives of several mainstream U.S. Jewish organizations that are the backbone of the pro-Israel community in the U.S. They are all regular interlocutors of the Israeli embassy.  Driving the news: The representatives of the Jewish organizations were invited for a meeting with Shuli Davidovich, the head of the Israeli Foreign Ministry bureau for the diaspora, who asked to hear their thoughts about the political situation in Israel, according to the sources, who requested anonymity to speak freely about what was discussed in the meeting. The meeting took place against the backdrop of the negotiations between Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu and the radical right-wing and ultra-orthodox parties. According to sources who attended the meeting, the atmosphere was very difficult and almost all of the attendees raised concerns about the policies of the incoming Israeli government.

Permalink Scientists reconstruct ‘handsome’ face of Ramses II

Researchers used CT software to “digitally unwrap” the mummy of one of ancient Egypt's greatest pharaohs | Egyptian and British scientists have unveiled a facial reconstruction of Ramses II, having used computer tomography (CT) software to “digitally unwrap” the mummy of the famous Ancient Egyptian pharaoh. The joint scientific project allowed historians for the first time to observe what the ruler looked like at different points in his life.  The researchers say they used earlier CT scans of the pharaoh’s mummy and applied them to analysis software. They were then able to differentiate between the skull and other materials used during the embalming process and produce a 3D rendering of the skull. They then applied the average facial muscle layer measurements believed to be appropriate for ancient Egyptians to reconstruct the pharaoh’s face. 💬 "This is the only scientific facial reconstruction of Ramesses II based on the CT scan of his actual mummy,” explained professor Sahar Saleem of Cairo University, who led the project, adding that previous attempts were “mostly artistic, based on his mummy’s face.”

Permalink Discoveries in the universe await astronomers, NASA scientists in 2023

NASA will end 2022 with several back-to-back achievements for the history books, from breathtaking images taken by the James Webb telescope to further demonstrations of flight on Mars with the Ingenuity helicopter. | This year also marked the launch and return of the unmanned Artemis I mission, with later flights planned to take humans back to the moon by 2025. The James Webb Space Telescope, which provided humanity with a glimpse at distant galaxies in stunning images released in this year, will continue to serve as a trove of scientific knowledge in the upcoming year, space agency officials said. Many developments in 2023 will come in the form of the release of research and images from the telescope, which still is in the first year of operation.


Permalink Ex-Russian president issues ‘nuclear catastrophe’ warning

The world will continue to teeter on the brink of disaster until Moscow receives the security guarantees it demands, Dmitry Medvedev believes | Dmitry Medvedev, the former president of Russia and current deputy chair of the country's Security Council, has issued a reminder of the dangers of nuclear brinkmanship amid the Russia-Ukraine conflict. In a lengthy article in the Rossiyskaya Gazeta newspaper, he summarized his thoughts on how the year 2022 has changed the world order forever. 💬 “The only thing that stops our enemies today is the understanding that Russia will be guided by [the doctrine] on nuclear deterrence. And if there is a real threat, we will act,” Medvedev wrote in the article published on Sunday night. In such a grim scenario there will be nobody left to argue about whether that was “a retaliatory strike or a preventive one.” “Therefore, the Western world is balancing between a burning desire to maximally humiliate, dismember and destroy Russia, on the one hand, and the desire to avoid a nuclear apocalypse, on the other,” he explained. Until Russia receives the security guarantees it has demanded, the world “will continue to teeter on the brink of World War III and nuclear catastrophe,” Medvedev wrote, noting that Moscow is doing “everything we can to prevent it.”  Russia presented a list of security proposals to the US and NATO last December, including urging the West to impose a ban on Ukraine entering the military bloc, while insisting that NATO should retreat to its borders of 1997. After the US and NATO flatly refused, saying they would only be interested in limited strategic arms control talks, it became obvious that Moscow had “no one to talk and nothing to negotiate about” Medvedev argued. And when in February “Ukrainian junkies announced their desire to revive their nuclear arsenal,” Moscow had no other choice but to act, he claimed. 💬 “Our world has changed, forever. And the main question remains… what kind of future begins today?” he wrote. “New disarmament agreements are currently unrealistic and unnecessary,” Medvedev reiterated. “The sooner the guarantees of maximum security that suit our country are received, the sooner the situation will normalize.”

The Risk of Nuclear Armageddon (Stephen Lendman)

Permalink Controlled Explosions of Truth Bombs?

Thomas Sheridan, Christian Morris, Greg Moffitt and myself [John Waters] engage in an epic conversation centred on the film Died Suddenly, the recently-released Stew Peters documentary about the poison-shot deaths and the emerging evidence from embalmers, undertakers and insurance brokers about the destruction of human life that has followed them.

 This is not a ‘review’ of the documentary so much as a discussion as to its implications heading off at multiple tangents. The discussion lasts almost two hours, covering all kinds of acute angles jutting out from the movie and its implications, including:

 Does evidence even matter anymore? Do facts matter? Is it possible for a piece of journalism, no matter how powerful or authoritative, to break though the massed ranks of liars now constituting the mainstream media, and hope to shatter the paradigm of the propagandised pseudo-reality?  Is it possible that Died Suddenly will be the Trojan Horse to take the truth past the sentries into the heart of Western culture?  Or, is the power of the orchestrated Groupthink sufficient to herd people into their required pens so that they will respond to each new intervention, no matter what its revelations, as the narrative demands? Can humanity develop quickly enough the new language it needs to deal with these and other confounding aspects of the present, continuing situation? What might be the implications of the answers to these questions for the condition of our freedom? What are the implications of the Covid episode for the cultural meanings that surround humanity and its mortal state?

 Died Suddenly appears to be reaching a respectably significant audience, despite being dismissed as both ‘conspiracy theory’ by the purchased media, and ‘controlled opposition’ by some of those who claim to oppose the Greatest Crime in History — a telltale paradoxical discordance that inevitably accompanies any genuine useful or threatening work in a time of near-universal industrial lying Or, perhaps it’s really a sign of great potency when you are shot at by both sides.

Permalink Russian MoD: Three Russian Soldiers Killed as Ukrainian Drone Downed Over Military Airfield

The incident comes as Russia continues its special military operation in Ukraine, which was launched on February 24. | The Russian Ministry of Defense (MoD) has stated that air defense systems downed a Ukrainian unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) over Russia's Engels Air Base on Monday.  The MoD said that 💬 “on December 26, at about 1:35 Moscow time (22:35 GMT on December 25) the air defenses of the Russian Aerospace Forces shot down a Ukrainian UAV as it was approaching the Engels military airfield in the Saratov region at low altitude.”  According to the MoD, three Russian servicemen, who were at the airfield, had been fatally injured as a result of falling wreckage from the Ukrainian drone. The aviation equipment, inluding Russian strategic bombers, was not damaged in the incident, the MoD added.  On December 5, the Ukrainian military tried to attack Russian military airfields in the Saratov and Ryazan regions with Soviet-made jet drones. The Russian air defense systems intercepted the UAVs, but three Russian soldiers were killed by falling debris from the drones. Two aircraft also received minor damages. On the same day, the Russian army launched a massive attack on infrastructure facilities in Ukraine.

Ukraine war: Drone attack on Russian bomber base leaves three dead (Ground News // Articles)
Three killed in Ukrainian drone attack on Russian airfield – MoD (RT.com)

Permalink Beijing sends dozens of warplanes across Taiwan Strait

China's military deployed to areas around Taiwan 71 planes and seven ships in 24 hours, according to the Taiwanese Defense Ministry. | Driving the news: The Chinese military's biggest incursion into Taiwan's air defense zone since Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to the self-governing island in August occurred as Beijing denounced the U.S. over President Joe Biden signing into law Friday a defense spending bill that included provisions for Taiwan.  The Taiwanese Defense Ministry said in a statement it detected 47 Chinese aircrafts cross the median line of the Taiwan Strait between 6am Sunday and 6am Monday local time.  The Eastern Theatre Command of the Chinese Army said in a statement it conducted "joint combat readiness patrols and joint firepower strike drills" around Taiwan in a "resolute response to the current escalation of collusion and provocation from the United States and Taiwan."

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