Permalink Kremlin responds to Crimea claim by ‘aggressive US hawk’

Washington’s support for Kiev’s strikes on the peninsula highlights its role in stoking global tensions, Putin’s spokesman said | US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland said on Thursday that Russian military installations in Crimea “are legitimate targets” for Ukraine, and that Washington supports Kiev’s attacks on them. The peninsula overwhelmingly voted to become part of Russia in 2014 following a Western-backed coup in Kiev, but Ukraine still views it as part of its own territory. In an interview with the Rossiya-1 TV channel, Peskov described Nuland as part of 💬 “a very large group of the most aggressive hawks in American politics”. The spokesman said the diplomat’s remarks “once again emphasize the depth of differences between us” and highlight “the role of the United States as the main instigator of existing global tensions.”  On Friday, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova condemned Nuland’s statement on Crimea as 💬 “staggering” and “absurd,” calling it proof of “the US involvement in the Ukraine conflict.” In addition to supplying Kiev with weapons, the US is now “pushing the Kiev regime to further escalation,” she said. “This is what we had warned about before and what had forced us to launch a special military operation.”

Calling Crimea 'Legitimate Target' for Strikes Shows US as Instigator of Tensions, Kremlin Says (Sputnik News)

Permalink Finland Reverses Course, Says It Will Join NATO Without Sweden

Turkey has said it could approve Finland without Sweden | The comments came after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Sweden wouldn’t receive support from Ankara over a Quran-burning protest that was held in front of the Turkish embassy in Turkey. Erdogan also said Turkey could approve Finland without Sweden. Finnish Defense Minister Mikko Savola told The Associated Press on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference on Saturday that Finland would prefer to join NATO with Sweden but wouldn’t delay its membership if Turkey only approves Helskinki’s membership.  The change in position came just two weeks after Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin said her country wouldn’t join NATO without Sweden.  If Helsinki joins NATO without Stockholm, it would still significantly raise tensions with Moscow as Finland shares an over 800-mile border with Russia, and the Russian military plans to boost its presence in western Russia in response.

Poll reveals most Finns back joining NATO without Sweden (02/02/23)

Permalink 100 tons of humanitarian cargoes delivered by Russia to Syria

According to Russian defense ministry, 152 people received medical help from Russian and Belarusian military medics during the day | A total of 100 tons of humanitarian cargoes were delivered to earthquake-ravaged Syria from Russia during the past day, Oleg Gurinov, deputy chief of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Opposing Parties in Syria (a division of the Russian defense ministry), said on Sunday.  "During the day, Russia delivered 100 tons of humanitarian cargoes to Syria. In all, 389.8 tons have been delivered. Humanitarian operation were conducted in the settlements of al-Khazzania, Salhab, Khandeq al-Gharbi, Skalbia, and Hurad Ammurin in the Hama governorate, al-Arkhum Sakhur and Khalidiya in the Aleppo governorate. A total of 26.6 tons of food were distributed among residents," he said.  According to Gurinov, Russian and Belarusian military medics continue to offer medical services to Syrians hurt in the devastating earthquake in the field hospital. During the day, 152 people received medical help.

Israel Bombs Syria While Syrians Are Recovering From Earthquake Tragedy (02/19/23)
After the Earthquake and ISIS Massacring 58 Farmers; Israel Bombs Damascus (02/19/23)


Permalink After the Earthquake and ISIS Massacring 58 Farmers; Israel Bombs Damascus

Israel bombed Damascus residential neighborhoods after midnight, the Syrian Arab Army’s air defense units managed to shoot down some incoming missiles, others caused damage to buildings, the story is developing. | Syrian Arab Army air defense units addressed an Israeli bombing targeting the upscale Kafr Soussah, Mazraah, and Baghdad Street neighborhoods in Damascus, with reports of several casualties among the civilians in the targeted neighborhoods. At least one of the missiles struck a residential building, eyewitnesses confirm, and columns of fire and fumes of smoke could be seen from kilometers away, I was still working on an update to yesterday’s horrific massacre committed by the US-sponsored ISIS terrorists in the central Syrian desert killing 53 farmers and at least 5 policemen who came to the rescue. Eyewitnesses from the site targeted by the Israeli bombing say there were casualties, dead and injured, from this aggression.

Five people martyred, 15 wounded in Israeli aggression on Damascus and its vicinity (SANA)
Breaking News: US’s ISIS Massacre 53 Syrians in Eastern Homs (Syria News)

Russia Slams IDF Airstrike Against Damascus as Violation of International Law by Israel (Sputnik News) | The Russian Foreign Ministry has condemned the deadly airstrike Israel launched at Damascus and its suburbs on Sunday as a gross violation of international law. 💬 "We strongly condemn the use of brute force by Israel, which is a gross violation of international laws. We urge Israel to stop armed provocations against Syria and refrain from action that may have dangerous implications for the entire region," the Ministry said in a statement.

Permalink Never forget what they did in the name of science

Permalink Welt report uncovers evidence of serious irregularities in the Pfizer phase 3 Comirnaty trial: Attempts to cover up adverse events

eugyppius | Welt report uncovers evidence of serious irregularities in the Pfizer phase 3 Comirnaty trial, suggesting systematic attempts to cover up adverse events at the Argentine clinical site. | Pfizer enrolled 44,000 people across 270 clinical sites in the phase 3 clinical trials for the Pfizer/BioNTech Comirnaty vaccine. The largest of these sites by far was number 1231 in Buenos Aires, under the direction of the pediatric infectious diseases specialist Fernando Polack. The Argentine operation appears to have been plagued by substantial irregularities and is the subject of an ongoing inquiry by the Argentine parliament.  Yesterday, Welt reporter Elke Bodderas published a report shedding further light on what appear to be systematic efforts to cover up or reclassify adverse events among trial participants.


Permalink Poland, Baltic states seek to dismember Russia — envoy to UN

Check against the manifest that Ms. Anna Fotyga, ECR MEP from Poland, published recently in Euractiv, Vasily Nebenzya said | Poland and Baltic countries are seeking to dismember Russia and gain control over its natural resources, Russian Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vasily Nebenzya told the UN Security Council on Friday. 💬 "When, how, and on whose prompting was the OSCE taken hostage by those ravaging Russophobes - Poles, Balts, and other young Europeans, who no longer even try to conceal their plans to dismember Russia and seize its natural resources? If you do not take it from me, check against the manifest that Ms. Anna Fotyga, ECR MEP from Poland, published recently in Euractiv,’" Nebenzya told a UNSC briefing dedicated to the anniversary of Resolution 2202 that endorsed the Minsk Package of Measures on Ukrainian reconciliation. [Check item below.]

The dissolution of the Russian Federation is far less dangerous than leaving it ruled by criminals (Euractiv)
6 reasons the neocons in the West wanted this war with Russia (Life Site News)
EVIL DEFINED: "Overextending & Unbalancing Russia" (Rand Corporation) (09/16/22)

Permalink Russia prepares UN Security Council resolution on inquiry into Nord Stream sabotage

Russia will try to put the document to the vote next week | On Friday, Russia put forward a draft UN Security Council resolution about an inquiry into last year’s sabotage of its Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 pipelines, Russian First Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations said on his Telegram channel.  The text of the document points to the data presented by US journalist Seymour Hersh about the US and Norway being behind the attack on Nord Stream.

How America Took Out The Nord Stream Pipeline (02/09/23)

Permalink Biden to visit Poland around Ukraine war anniversary

President Joe Biden will visit Poland this month to mark the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, returning to the region as the war enters a volatile new phase without a clear path to peace. | The president is planning to visit Poland from February 20-22. The White House said he would meet Polish President Andrzej Duda and other leaders from the region. He’ll deliver remarks ahead of the official anniversary on February 24. “He wants to talk about the importance of the international community’s resolve and unity in supporting Ukraine for now going on a year,” said John Kirby, the strategic communications coordinator at the National Security Council.

Biden plans a trip to Poland ahead of the anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine


Permalink New paper: An estimated 13 million people worldwide killed by the COVID vaccines

That's twice as many as were killed by the virus. In the US, the estimates are 670K Americans killed. Perhaps it's time to declare that the vaccines are a worldwide emergency? | Executive summary: The paper suggests you can take the number of vaccine doses delivered, divide by 1,000 to get an estimate of the number of people killed by the COVID vaccine.

13 MILLION were killed by the COVID-19 vaccines to date | In our new article, which will be posted this week, we estimate that ❗️13 MILLION❗️ were killed by the COVID-19 vaccines to date, worldwide.
The great majority old and frail.
The number for India alone is 3.7 million.
All-cause mortality is a powerful information source.

Here it is! The first rigorous vaccine toxicity measurements by age, goes exponential with age, >300K deaths USA, 13M deaths global. (Denis Rancourt)(Twitter)

Permalink Security Conference in Munich: Russia not participating for second year

The conference will start on Friday with a video address by Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky | The 59th forum will bring together several hundreds of politicians from around the world, heads of leading international organizations, representatives of business and scientific circles and experts from 96 countries. Russia has not been participating in the conference at the official level for the second consecutive year.  The decision not to invite officials from Russia has also been criticized in Germany. Gregor Gysi, the German Left Party’s foreign affairs spokesperson in the Bundestag, has slammed it as a lost opportunity to talk about the possible ceasefire in Ukraine. Organizers have not invited Iran’s leadership this year either, same as the Alternative for Germany party, which critically evaluates the policy of the country’s government, including on Russia. Sixteen years ago, in 2007, Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed the Munich Security Conference with a speech devoted to foreign policy that had an international resonance. The speech focused on the vision of Russia’s place and role in the world considering the reality and threats of the time and the unacceptability of unipolar model in the current policy. Putin pointed out then that unilateral, sometimes illegitimate actions had not solved a single problem, often generating new volatile areas though, whereas certain norms of some countries, first of all the US, crossed their borders. He noted that the international law should be universal. The Russian president also stressed the importance of a balance of interests in the security area, adding that the world could only develop on the basis of a multisided model. A whole number of experts share the view that many of Putin’s warnings come true nowadays.


Permalink The Buildup To War In Ukraine - February 13 2022

Moon of Alabama | In early 2022 Ukraine had finished the preparations for an overwhelming attack on the renegade People Republics of Donetsk and Luhansk (DPR and LNR). Half of the Ukrainian army, some 120,000 men recruited and trained during the last 7 years, were stationed near the ceasefire line and ready to go. On the opposing side only some 40,000 men were under arms. They would have little chance to withstand an onslaught.  Russia could not let a Ukrainian attack happen. If Ukraine could regain the renegade provinces it would have been able to join NATO. Russian public opinion was decisively on the side of the Russian speaking DNR and LPR. It would surely demand an intervention. Since the 2014 coup in Kiev some four million Ukrainians had already moved to Russia. There are lots of family ties between the two countries. In sight of this Russia had put some of its own forces on alert and had moved weapons and munition to assembling points near the Ukrainian border.  The U.S. had for months warned of an upcoming Russian attack on Ukraine. It could do that because it knew the Ukraine would attempt to regain the republics by force. It knew that Russia would have to respond. On January 12 2022 CIA director Bill Burns had secretly met Zelensky in Kiev. Burns often carries messages from President Joe Biden. On Sunday February 13 2022, after a phone call with U.S. president Joe Biden, the Ukrainian president Zelensky gave the final order for the planned Ukrainian attack. That the decision had been made was immediately leaked in London as well as in Kiev.

Permalink NORD Stream: The Remaining Evidence...

Politjoystic (Политджойстик) | Unexploded bombs have been left near the pipes of the Nord Streams. If you lift them up, you can establish the type, the devices used and who made them. | Unexploded bombs, could tear apart the US, German and Norwegian governments. Collective Biden understands this and the next fork is: either try to overshadow this dangerous plot with something more glaring, like a military attack by Poland on Belarus and sneak out the remaining evidence, or keep quiet and wait it out, trusting in luck. (Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator) (free version)


Permalink Russian top diplomat to brief parliament on key foreign policy issues

It is assumed that in his speech and subsequent conversation with parliamentarians, the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry will pay special attention to a special military operation | Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will address the plenary session of the Russian parliament, the State Duma, and discuss key areas of the country’s foreign policy with Russian lawmakers.  The previous event of this kind was held on January 26, 2022. Back then, before the start of Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine, Lavrov warned that Western countries were goading the Ukrainian regime into committing direct provocations against Russia. He also drew attention to profound negative changes in global politics.  Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Lavrov’s annual meetings with parliamentarians allow for enhancing the interaction between the executive and legislative branches of power, exchanging views on the current international situation and outlining ways of further promoting Russia’s common foreign policy through joint efforts.

West aims to surround Russia with 'sanitary cordon', making it 'rogue country' — Lavrov (TASS)
Copenhagen, Washington Discuss US Presence on Danish Soil (Sputnik News)

Permalink The Obama Regime’s Plan to Seize the Russian Naval Base in Crimea

Eric Zuesse | The U.S. regime under Barack Obama had been planning, ever since June 2011, a takeover of Ukraine, in order to become enabled ultimately to place its nuclear missiles within less than five minutes flying-time to a first-strike blitz destruction of the Kremlin | Clear and convincing evidence will be presented here that, under U.S. President Barack Obama, the U.S. Government had a detailed plan, which was already active in June 2013, to take over Russia’s main naval base, which is in Sevastopol in Crimea, and to turn it into a U.S. naval base. There can now be no question that the war in Ukraine started, and resulted from, the U.S. Government’s plan to take over all of Ukraine, and especially to take over that Russian naval base, in Crimea, which then was in Ukraine.  The war in Ukraine didn’t start at the time when a lot of people think it did, with the overthrow of Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovych. It was already underway considerably before that time, because it started in Washington, as the following masterful 11-minute documentary makes clear — it started as a subterranean war by Washington to take over Ukraine before it became an overt war (a “civil war”) within Ukraine.

Permalink The Prime Minister of Finland is about to add to the list of "downed pro-Ukrainian pilots"

Elena Panina (Елена Панина) | The Prime Minister of Finland is about to add to the list of "downed pro-Ukrainian pilots" | The party of Finnish Prime Minister Anna Marin is lagging behind its rival ahead of the April 2 elections. The main problem for Finns, as well as for other "successful democracies of Europe", is the growth of public debt. It has been progressing since 2008, and in the last couple of years it has jumped up to 70.9% of GDP. If Marin becomes the next — after Johnson, Truss, Draghi, the governments of Bulgaria and Estonia — a politician kicked out of power as a result of a thoughtless quarrel with Russia over economic policy, it will [happen]. However, Finland is unlikely to change its mind about joining NATO. The National Coalition Party, which claims power, simply adores gays, migrants and the North Atlantic Alliance. [The Politico article Ms. Panina comments on is here. yandex.ru]


Permalink Italy’s two most populous regions - firmly right-wing after elections

Lombardy and Lazio held two-day regional elections but the voter turnout wasn’t the greatest | Voters in Italy’s most populous regions, Lazio and Lombardy, have given victory to the right-wing coalition of parties in both places. The round of elections thus served as a litmus test of support for the policies of the Giorgia Meloni government – the most right-wing one in power since Mussolini. 💬 "This result consolidates the centre-right and strengthens the work of the government," PM Meloni wrote on Twitter as a first comment on the results.  However, the resounding victory was partially overshadowed by the fact that only 40% of people cast a ballot. This was, in fact, the lowest turnout ever recorded for Lazio and Lombardy, which together account for just over a quarter of the Italian population.

Italy's right-wing coalition wins landslide victory in regional elections (France24.com)


Permalink UK Reportedly Getting Ready to "Confiscate" Russian Assets

The United Kingdom is planning to confiscate frozen Russian assets and is preparing relevant legislation, Russian Ambassador to the UK Andrei Kelin told Sputnik. | Earlier this month, EU leaders agreed to speed up legal work on seizing Russia-owned assets held in foreign banks to support Ukraine's reconstruction. Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova has described EU attempts to seize Russian money, including that of the Russian Central Bank, as theft.  "It is well known that there is a recognition in almost all Western countries, including London, that such actions are absolutely illegal, and that there are no relevant laws. But the perverted logic is that such laws must be invented, and, as far as I understand, this is what the European Union and Washington are engaged in," Kelin said. He added that he could not provide details on any specific cases, but said that "preparation of some kind of legislation that would move in this direction is indeed underway."

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