The new world order will do anything to take us out. They know most of us will fight back.

📝 Title: UK gas exports to EU are toxic – Financial Times
🗓 Publish Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 16:06:47 +0000
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Radioactive elements have reportedly been found in liquefied natural gas EU energy companies have complained that the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) processed in the UK for export to the bloc has toxic and hazardous contaminants, and urged London to rectify the situation, the Financial Times reported on Monday.
The UK processes large volumes of LNG coming mainly from the US and Qatar, and then exports the gas via subsea pipelines to Belgium and the Netherlands. As EU countries have been trying to fill up their gas storages amid the drop in supplies from Russia, the UK has become a vital alternative source.
However, according to the report, several energy companies said that in recent months, gas delivered to UK terminals has often been contaminated with radioactive elements. The companies that reported these findings include Belgian infrastructure giant Fluxys, Germany’s Securing Energy for Europe (former Gazprom Germania), and French utility EDF. They have collectively urged UK’s National Grid to take urgent action to fix the problem.
National Grid has reportedly recently applied to UK energy regulator Ofgem to temporarily increase the volume of gas exports to mainland Europe via the pipeline to the Netherlands. However, Interconnector Limited, which operates the gas pipeline between the UK and Belgium, said it was surprised with the plan, as supplies this year have consistently been contaminated and caused two shutdowns at the pipeline for repairs. Read more UK approves windfall tax on oil and gas industry In a statement to an expert panel that was tasked to examine National Grid’s application, Interconnector Limited said the gas was filled with “hazardous, toxic, radioactive and pyrophoric” materials. The company said that any increase in gas volumes of this quality would “exacerbate” problems, “leading to increased risk of disruption to cross-border flows risking both European and GB security of supply.”
French EDF voiced similar complaints, stating that the situation has harmed the “efficiency and effectiveness of the interconnected GB-EU gas market.”
Energy industry sources told the news outlet that a certain amount of contaminants in the gas flow, sometimes referred to as ‘dust’, is normal. However, according to them, the amount of dust has increased to “never before seen quantities” in the past four months.
National Grid, however, said that the presence of dust in the UK’s national gas transmission system was a “historic and known issue” and noted that the increased amount of maintenance at the pipelines is “not unexpected,” given that “gas flows to the continent are much higher than those observed in a typical summer due to the important role we are playing in supporting the EU with gas supplies.”
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Sometimes you never know the impact you have on someone else’s life.

Good evening everyone I hope everyone is well this evening it’s David Wayne . I have a memory and I real life story that I would like to share with everyone that goes quite a way back in time. It was around the year 1969 and 1970. As a child growing up in a hollow in the mountains of West Virginia with my siblings in an old ran down shack that was extremely cold during the winter time especially because this old Shack we lived in set not too far from a pretty good size Creek so when the Winter winds blowed it got a lot of the cold air from the water and brought it toward the old house we lived in. Now the old house was in such a sad shape that upstairs snow would blow in around the eaves. We would pack it full of old newspapers or anything we could find to try to keep out the cold and the snow it had no plaster on the walls anymore the house lean to one side and all the floors were extremely unlevel you walk downhill to every room it seem like. But in the kitchen they was a majestic cold and wood burning stove a cook stove. All of us children together around to get warm. Especially of the evening time during the winter when we had to carry water and buckets to the old house. I have always loved good music my entire life. Now I was just a child but I was so fascinated with music. About a quarter of the mile up the road from where we lived was what was referred to as colored camp. And of course it was full of a lot of Black folk that were extremely musically talented. Their homes were just like ours all ran down falling apart and in sad shape. I would walk it barefooted simply because we were too poor to afford shoes. But a lot of times I used to sneak out of the house and walk to the end of that Hollow on an old dirt rock and gravel road just to stand beside the road of evening time and hear the old black gentleman with their banjos guitars and washtub bass sing rhythm and blues and black gospel. As a child I stood there in amazement in the weeds in front of those houses next to that old dirt road. To this very day I don’t think that I’ve ever heard anything more beautiful in my life than these old men mostly that we’re playing songs that they had learned throughout the years and they echoed through the valley as they sang. They sing a lot of spiritual hymns. And they sang rhythm and blues. And of course as a young boy I would stand across the road and even at times I would dance. Like I said I had an enormous love for music and I always have. These men unknowingly at that time showed a seed in my life. I started in music with an old beat up upright piano in the back of an old bar in a small town not far from there. The piano was in the back of the bar in a separate room from where they sold alcohol and I begin to learn and I played and played and played picking up on the music The Old gentleman had played on their porches. And some of their songs and especially their gospel hymns. As I grow older my love for music even grew stronger because of these men on their old front porches picking those old instruments and singing. Eventually I became an accomplished piano player and gospel singer. I was blessed enough to start traveling all over the place in the United States and play it old fashioned revivals church services in many states I would get to sing and play the music that I love so much. My point is this. The older generations have so much to offer to the young. With me it happened to have been the wisdom of music. They were always kind to me when I would show up they would either give me a cold glass of water served up in an old mason jar or some fresh real homemade lemonade. Sometimes I would get to dancing and it would make those old men so happy they would get up and dance with their fiddle or dance with their guitar banjo. Those generations now are gone. But they gave this old boy a gift that has carried me through at least 50 years of my life. They gave me a love for music a love for good old fashioned gospel music. I would tell anyone to always look up to the elders look up to the older generation learn from them. After all they’re hair did not become silver just by coincidence. They made it through. And through making it they gained a lot of life’s wisdom and knowledge and it really pays all of us to listen to the elderly or should I say the older generation. Even today they have a lot to offer. So whenever you look at someone that may be up there in years remember they are a walking library of wonderful memories and advice that may be able to help you through your life. There’s a saying about music being universal and I really believe that it is. With me it was music but with you it may be something else. So I would tell anyone listen to the elderly people listen to the older generation listen to what they say because they have earned every gray hair in their head and if they’re bald they even earned that. Just wanted to put that out there this evening thanking God for placing those old men in my life so many years ago. You would be amazed at the stages that I have had the privilege of playing on my piano and singing. I considered a privilege and an honor to carry on the old-fashioned music I heard those older men play and sing so many years ago. We all walk this great Earth together and we can learn from one another. Sometimes we just don’t listen. I have been guilty of that myself. But also throughout time my Outlook on a lot of things had changed. I not only look and study things but I listen. There’s always room for improvement in your life. And there’s always room to teach others wisdom and knowledge that you have learned throughout the years. Just my thoughts for this evening. Growing up in poverty was no picnic. but in a way I’m glad that I did because it has contributed to me being a good man who really tries his upmost to love God family and friends and people all over the place and to appreciate small things in life. It may not have been a great childhood for me growing up in such severe poverty but to be honest with you it has made me a better man. I just wanted to share my thoughts with everyone this evening remembering the elderly gentlemen who all said around on those porches and played that old fashioned gospel music and rhythm and blues so many years ago. I returned to that area not long ago and nothing remains just the remnants of some old houses they have done fell in a few chimneys are still standing everything has grown up with weeds and trees now. But as I stood there it was like I went back in time and I could hear the voices and hear the music once again. I thank God everyday forever that I take every friend that I have every family member that I have. But one thing that I will never ever regret is sneaking out of that house walking that road barefooted even in cold weather just to hear those old fellers singing and play that beautiful music. Brother David Wayne.

I wish that some how she could read this letter.

While she’s writing all of these letters to America begging for us to save her, it would be very fitting if she’d write a letter of apology to our veterans (and all of us) begging for our forgiveness…🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
No Remorse on her part…💔

Wow! This Vietnam Vet’s letter – a must read…

Dear Ms. Griner,

We hope this letter finds you in good health, and we understand you are having some rough times in your life.

We are a group of old Vietnam Combat Veterans from North Carolina. Our average age is around seventy years old. We call ourselves, The Bunker Boys. We spent a lot of time living in rat and snake infested holes in the ground known as Bunkers.

When we were not in the bunkers, we were crawling through the jungle being shot at. We must be honest and tell you that the only thing we may have in common with you is that we, too, were drafted. We noticed you were drafted number one in the WNBA draft a few years ago. Since we all were drafted, we thought we might let you know what it was like when we were drafted.

Unlike you, most of us had no college.
The people of the United States drafted us. We consisted of all colors, religions and personal beliefs. We had no choice of which team we played for: Army, Navy, Air Force or Marines.

We were sent halfway around the world to fight and kill people we didn’t know in a place we had never heard of. We were paid, we know you can relate to this,
$3.00 a day, and were required to work 24 hours a day if needed. When we returned home, many or most of us were treated very badly by our fellow Americans. We were spit on and hit by bottles and rocks as the police stood by and watched.

We did not complain, we just continued on in life and made the best of it.

We fought for God, family, country and of course, the Flag and the National Anthem, a poem that was written by, of all people, a lawyer. He wrote the poem/anthem as he watched bombs fall on and kill fellow Americans. Ever since that night, our nation has played that little poem before millions of social functions.

For some people, it’s just a little song.
For a Veteran, it is a reminder of how many men and women of all colors
have given their lives so the rest can have the right to be free.

We found in our research that you requested the National Anthem not be played at sporting events. We find it odd that now you are requesting the citizens of the United States to pay for your release from a jail in Russia. Yes, we the taxpayers are paying for all of those diplomats working on your release.

Our government told you, and all fellow Americans in Russia, to leave Russia after the invasion of the Ukraine. You play basketball in a country that is known to treat Americans badly. You fly a great deal and must know by now, all the rules of what one can bring into a country. All of us that travel know the rules for entering a foreign country.
You are a guest and must go by the rules of the land.

By your own admission, you were attempting to bring an illegal substance into a country that is known for its long prison sentences. You had to know this because you are making a million dollars a year to play a game and you hold a college degree.

At six feet nine inches tall, you know that security officers are going to focus on you from the moment you stand in the boarding pass line. We also noticed that you are now saying you placed the drugs in your luggage by accident.
Please, that is something an 18-year-old would say.

We also found out that your net worth is somewhere around $ 5 million bucks for playing a game. For old guys like us, living on a fixed income, that’s a lot of money for just playing a game. Don’t get us wrong; we are not against you.
We all went and fought so all Americans can have the freedom to make their own choices.

We just hope the next time you have to endure the playing of that little poem,
you will pay close attention to the “Land of the free,” part.

Wishing you the very best,
The Bunker Boys

It will not be long before it starts here in the U.S.

Door-to-door searches are being conducted to find pro-Russian “collaborators” in Nikolaev, a local official has said The southern Ukrainian city of Nikolaev resorted to drastic measures this weekend to expose what the local authorities call “collaborators” and “separatists” – people who harbor pro-Russian sentiments or help Moscow’s forces in any way.
On Friday, the head of the local military administration, Vitaly Kim, placed the entire city – home to almost half a million people before the start of the Russian military operation – on a two-day lockdown. Kim announced a “prolonged curfew,” which came into force Friday evening and is expected to last until Monday.
During this time, residents of Nikolaev are prohibited from going outside or visiting any public places without special permits. In case of an emergency, a police escort is provided, Ukrainian news agency UNIAN said.
Law enforcement agencies will use this time to search for “collaborators” and “separatists,” Anna Zamazeeva, the head of the Nikolaev regional council, said. The operation is already in full swing, and the police will reveal the results no sooner than Monday, according to the official. Read more Ukrainian governor ‘suspects everybody’ of helping Russia “All Nikolaev residents are undergoing checks now,” she told UNIAN on Saturday. Those who planned to leave the city and bought train or bus tickets in advance were allowed to leave, the official said, adding that they were checked at security outposts on their way out.
According to Zamazeeva, police are conducting door-to-door searches in apartments throughout the city. “They are searching everyone; check the ID, mobile phones, everything,” she said.
The official argued that the “collaborators” would be much safer behind bars since locals could “lynch” them if the police simply reveal their identity. “It is better for them to remain in prison until we win,” she added.
Earlier, Kim offered $100 to anyone that provides information about “spotters” – people that Ukrainian officials believe supply target coordinates to Russian artillery and aviation. Earlier, the local authorities reported they had detained at least four spotters. Read more Russia strikes foreign fighters’ base in Ukraine On Tuesday, Russian forces reported striking a temporary base of the Ukrainian International Legion near the city of Nikolaev, using high-precision weapons. Up to 250 foreign mercenaries were killed in the attack, according to the report.
Russia sent troops into Ukraine on February 24, citing Kiev’s failure to implement the Minsk agreements, designed to give the regions of Donetsk and Lugansk special status within the Ukrainian state. The protocols, brokered by Germany and France, were first signed in 2014. Former Ukrainian President Pyotr Poroshenko has since admitted that Kiev’s main goal was to use the ceasefire to buy time and “create powerful armed forces.”
In February 2022, the Kremlin recognized the Donbass republics as independent states and demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join any Western military bloc. Kiev insists the Russian offensive was completely unprovoked.

Russia can be either strong or perish.

✍️ Article by Director of the Foreign Policy Planning Department Alexey Drobinin for the International Affairs magazine


Russia can be either strong or perish – the latest developments have proven in all clarity the accuracy of this axiomatic statement. Sanctions, military, media and political pressures and attempts to cut us from the global markets and deprive us of technology are effective only as long as we stay within a matrix shaped by those who are hostile to us. Russia’s policy to reinforce its national sovereignty in recent years has proven to be incompatible with its involvement in global processes on someone else’s terms or as a member of Western-centric structures such as the Group of Eight, which Russia left for good back in 2014. Injecting more sovereignty across the board, including in the world of ideas, politics, culture, research, economics, finance and other spheres while remaining open to broad mutually enriching equitable international cooperation can well place Russia on the path to steady development and secure the place it deserves in the multipolar world order.

It is high time for Russia to go back to its roots and to realise that it forms a historical core of a civilisation with a unique identity and is, in fact, the largest Eurasian and Euro-Pacific power and one of the world’s most powerful geopolitical centres.

The special military operation creates ample opportunities for reclaiming this identity. Russians, Chechens, Avars, Tatars, Yakuts, Tuvans and members of other indigenous peoples are all fighting within a multi-ethnic and multi-faith Russian army against the troops of Kiev’s puppet regime, which has put its stakes on a retrograde policy of radical nationalism and an unconditional and humiliating subordination to its foreign masters. Cossacks and Chechens had been adversaries for a long time, but now they worked together to liberate Lisichansk and call each other comrades in arms. A Chechen commander received a Cossack military award. This is something that deserves some thought. It emerges that efforts to promote an interethnic unity and traditional values generate creative energies, while relying on a falsified vision of history and illusions about the future is unnatural, paving the way to domestic instability and aggression against dissenters.

Of course, going back to one’s roots would be impossible without mobilising the state and society on the ideological front. This is another essential prerequisite for an effective foreign policy as we move away from our dependency on the West in all its forms and manifestations. Prominent Russian researchers have been making this point as they presaged many of the issues that emerged at the current historical stage. Ivan Solonevich wrote back in 1951 that the unique nature of the Russian civilisation can be defined as a “singular national state and cultural whole that is clearly distinct from both Europe and Asia.” In 1993, Vadim Tsymbursky referred to Russia as a “special ethnic and civilisational platform.” Alexander Zinoviev wrote in 2003 that Europe was the Western tip of the Eurasian continent saying: “The prosperous West that Russia is dreaming of is but a small island in the ocean of filth and suffering.”

History has chosen Russia as a force poised to accelerate the transition to a new world order through its persistence and steady resolve to achieve truth and justice for all. Not only Russia’s foreign policy positions but the stability of the entire system of international relations hinge on our ability to play a unifying role and create a cross-civilisational network of priority partners within the next decade.

All in the name of new world order.

Everyone needs to read this whole thing. NATO is in all sense of the word the New World Order. It is coming and if people do not do something it will happen and take total control of the whole world. You don’t believe me watch and see.

Who’s Pushing Serbia to Be a ‘NATO Foot Soldier’ Against Russia?
July 28, 2022 by By Robert Bridge
Serbian Interior Minister reveals that a major foreign agency has been pressing him to change his official stance on Russia and China.
Serbian Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin made a shocking admission this week, revealing that a major foreign agency has been pressing him to change his official stance on Russia and China. A smear campaign in the media is expected to start against Vulin in the coming days.
Belgrade’s official position with regards to Russia is that it will not join any anti-Russian sanctions, arguing that Serbia will adhere to its own independent foreign policy while maintaining strong bilateral relations with Moscow. The dark underworld of global politics, however, hellbent as it is on controlling all positions with regards to Russia, is having none of it.
“One of the largest services in the world… told me that my stance was unacceptable and that if I do not change [it] and do not abandon the policy that I am pursuing … then I will not be a member of the government and they will do absolutely everything to smear me,” Vulin told the media outlet Pink.
At the same time, the Western hemisphere’s brutal sanctions regime against Russia has proven not only useless against punishing Moscow, but deleterious to the very survival of those nations taking the anti-Russia position.
German officials have already warned that without supplies of Russian gas, the European continent could experience “a recession, and a winter of freezing homes and shuttered factories.” Meanwhile in Poland they are advising citizens to “start collecting firewood” in anticipation of an approaching winter without cheap Russian gas.
More to the point, however, is the identity of the group pushing Serbia into surrendering its sovereignty. While the CIA naturally comes to mind, there is also a mission known as ‘Operation Gladio’ (Italian for ‘sword’) that is said to wield tremendous behind-the-scenes influence in European affairs. First started in 1956 during the Cold War, the mission was designed to provide a clandestine paramilitary network against the Soviet Union. Although the movement was said to have disbanded years ago following the demise of the communist threat, many researchers have disputed the claim, saying the operation is still very much alive as it provides the “necessary incentive” for anti-NATO dissenters to toe the line on Western (read: Washington) policy.
Great to meet up with @georgesoros and @AlexanderSoros. Talked about the #WesternBalkans, #EU enlargement process and #Russia’s war of aggression against #Ukraine @OpenSociety
— Alexander Schallenberg (@a_schallenberg) June 23, 2022
Another organization that is in a prime position to ‘prompt’ European nations on critical issues is George Soros’ Open Society Foundation, which certainly has a dog in the fight when it comes to Russia. Banned from operating in Russia since 2015, Open Society has gone on to create a massive footprint for itself in countries across the EU.
In fact, the NGO is confident enough of its position in European politics that it released a pamphlet in 2019 smugly entitled, Reliable Allies in the European Parliament (2014-2019), outlining the hundreds of MEPs sympathetic to the “Soros outlook.” At last count, some 226 EU MEPs are listed and labeled according to their political outlook.
“The presence of an MEP in this mapping indicates that they are likely to support Open Society’s work,” the globalist organization boasts. “Considering there are 751 members of the European Parliament, reliable allies of George Soros hold at least one-third of seats.”
Since the most effective way of destroying the reputation of a political leader is through the media, Soros has those bases adequately covered as well. Even in “independent” Serbia, it is estimated that some 45 percent of all media conglomerations have a connection in some way to Open Society.
“The fact is, if Open Society wished to influence any government inside of the European Union – aside from that of Hungary – it would be child’s play,” argues Jeremy Kirkpatrick, project manager of the Budapest-based NGO watchdog National Voice. “If Vucic finds himself out of a job soon and Belgrade whistling a different tune we’ll know the reason why.”
For the lonely holdouts against Western meddling, of which Serbia and Hungary count among the few, it will require the greatest vigilance to keep those foreign adversaries in check. As already witnessed in places like Georgia, Venezuela, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and even Belarus, the long arm of Western influence is capable of destabilizing or toppling governments practically at the flick of a switch. And with no less of a trophy than Russia on the line, those subversive tactics will only continue to grow.
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How this whole mess got started and who started it.

We can get a rough idea of the US political elites’ involvement in the military biological activity in Ukraine if we rely on open sources as well as leaked documents. Below is an attempt to reconstruct the chronology of this involvement, though not a comprehensive one. There are many gaps in this truly diabolical plan that are still to be filled.

‼️1991 – the US launches the Nunn-Lugar programme for the former Soviet countries to control/eliminate Soviet weapons of mass destruction including bioweapons. The Pentagon’s Defence Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) was named as the programme’s main executor.

‼️1993 – the Ukraine-US Agreement on the Prevention of Proliferation of WMD is signed.

‼️2005 – an additional protocol is signed to the agreement between the Ukrainian Health Ministry and the DTRA on the prevention of the proliferation of technologies, pathogens and know-how that can be used to develop bioweapons. This is the start of the transfer of the Ukrainian military biological potential into US specialists’ hands.

‼️2000s – large US military-industrial companies are engaged in military biological activity in Ukraine.

‼️2005-2014 – Black & Veatch Special Projects, a DTRA contractor, builds and upgrades 8 biolabs in Ukraine instead of eliminating military biological infrastructure, as was originally claimed. One of the facilities, a biolab in Odessa, has been financed since 2011 for the study of “pathogens that can be used in bioterrorism attacks.”

‼️2007 – US DoD employee Nathan Wolfe founded Global Viral Forecasting Institute (subsequently – Global Viral), a biomedical company. The mission stated in the charter is non-commercial study of transborder infections, including in China.

‼️2009 – Rosemont Seneca Partners is established by former US Secretary of State John Kerry’ stepson Christopher Heinz and incumbent US President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden.

‼️2014 – anti-constitutional coup d’etat in Ukraine.

‼️2014 – Hunter Biden joins the Board of Directors of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian energy company.

‼️2014 – Metabiota, a private commercial organisation specialising in the study of pandemic risks is detached from Global Viral. Neil Callahan and John DeLoche, employees of Hunter Biden’s company Rosemont Seneca Partners are appointed to the board of Metabiota. Global Viral and Metabiota begin to get funding from the US Department of Defence.

‼️2014 – Metabiota shows interest in Ukraine and invites Hunter Biden to “assert Ukraine’s cultural & economic independence from Russia”.

‼️2014 – Metabiota and Burisma Holdings begin cooperation on an unnamed “science project in Ukraine”.

‼️2014 – Metabiota, Global Viral and Black & Veatch Special Projects begin full-fledged cooperation within the US DoD programmes.

‼️2014-2016 – Implementation of Metabiota and US DoD contracts, including a $300,000 project in Ukraine.

‼️2016 – US citizen Ulana Nadia Suprun, a descendant of Ukrainian Nazis, is appointed Acting Health Minister of Ukraine. The US DoD and Ukraine’s Health Ministry cooperation programme is greatly expanded.

‼️2016 – an outbreak of swine flu among Ukrainian Defence Ministry personnel guarding a biolab in Kharkov, Ukraine; 20 dead.

‼️2016 – former US Assistant Secretary for Defence Andrew Weber is appointed head of Metabiota’s global partnerships department.

‼️2016 – EcoHealth Alliance, a Global Viral founder Nathan Wolfe’s structure, is engaged in the study of bat-transmitted coronaviruses at the Wuhan laboratory, China.

‼️2016 – the DTRA and Ukraine’s Health Ministry extend the contract after getting approval from the Ukrainian Defence Ministry.

‼️2019 – the COVID-19 mutated bat coronavirus pandemic begins with an outbreak in Wuhan.

‼️February 24, 2022 – launch of the Russian Operation Z in Ukraine.
‼️February 24-25, 2022 – rapid elimination of strains in biolabs in Ukraine.

‼️March 8, 2022 – US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland openly acknowledges the existence of US funded bioresearch centres.


Statement of the Russian Federation to the United States. Yes you need to read every word.

🎙 Statement by Chargé d’Affaires of the Russian Federation to the United Nations Dmitry Polyanskiy at UNSC briefing on Ukraine


▪️ Cruelty of Ukrainian nationalists, their indifference to the people of southern and eastern Ukraine have affected the spirit of those who live there. In Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, people stand lines to apply for Russian passports. Despite the fact that Ukrainian authorities intimidate their citizens in every possible way, committing acts of terror against employees of civil administrations and initiating criminal prosecution for transfer into the Russian citizenship, people still make their choice in favor of a country they trust, in favor of a normal future for themselves and their children. Ukraine is losing those people by the minute – the way it lost the people of Donbas once the Kiev regime waged a war of extermination on them back in 2014.

▪️ The Kiev regime tries to exact vengeance even on its own military who finally realized the futility of fulfilling the criminal orders and surrendered to have a chance for redemption and peaceful life. US-made HIMARS MLRS struck a detention center near Elenovka in Donbas earlier today, killing more than 50 Ukrainian PoWs. However this scare tactic will only encourage Ukrainian servicemen to surrender. There are mass cases when Ukrainian soldiers refuse to continue fighting. We see such instances daily.

▪️ Reckless “pumping up” of Ukraine with weapons, artillery systems, and firearms trigger a situation when, due to flourishing corruption among Ukrainian political and military leadership, those weapons spread throughout Europe. We know that a considerable part of it goes from warehouses straight into the hands of smugglers and then, via established channels – to the global black market of arms. Such information is almost openly publicized at corresponding web resources. The problem has assumed such a huge scope that even mainstream Western media can no longer turn a blind eye to it.

Even Europol had to recognize this. Last week its spokesperson Jan Op Gen Oorth said in a comment to DPA that Europol was aware of reports about trade in heavy weapons. He also admitted that European law enforcement had some information about firearms being smuggled out of Ukraine. The spokesperson stressed that there remained risks of those arms falling in the hands of organized crime or terrorists.

▪️ You know what President Zelensky of Ukraine said the night the UAF killed 5 children in a row? Do you think he extended his condolences to the parents who had lost what was the most precious in their lives? Far from it! I will cite his words. He said, “finally it is felt that the Western artillery—the weapons we received from our partners— started working very powerfully. Its accuracy is exactly as needed.”

I am now turning to my American, British, and French colleagues sitting at this table. I want you to understand clearly this one thing – your countries deliver weapons to Ukraine, weapons that are purchased with your taxpayers’ money, and those weapons kill children. And President of Ukraine mocks at this, praising the accuracy of those weapons. Is it what you wanted? If not, where are your words of condemnation of this unthinkable profanity?

Embassy makes media look stupid.

🎙Embassy reply to a media question regarding Defence Secretary Ben Wallace’s claim against Russia

❓Question: How would you comment on the recent statements by Ben Wallace who said that Russian is a “fascist state” that “does not want to listen”?
💬Answer: We have numerously urged UK officials to refrain from insulting and escalatory rhetoric intended to camouflage their own foreign policy failings.

▪️It seems Secretary Wallace has forgotten events of the recent past. And we know that history has a habit of repeating itself badly when politicians fail to learn from its mistakes. Seeing such omissions from a Defence Secretary is a worrisome sign. Nevertheless, we are happy to once more refresh Secretary Wallace’s memory.

▪️First, Russia since 2015 has repeatedly called on the West to apply pressure on Ukraine to implement the Minsk Agreements, signed by Kiev, endorsed by the UN Security Council and, more importantly, intended to firmly guarantee Ukraine’s territorial integrity. We stressed time and again that Kiev was openly sabotaging these agreements, essentially buying time to prepare for a military solution in Donbass. The West, including the UK, preferred not to listen.

▪️Secondly, Russia has repeatedly made it clear that further NATO enlargement to the East, pulling Ukraine into its orbit and artificially creating a vehemently anti-Russian state next to our borders is an unacceptable “red line”. Most recently, we voluntarily devised and forwarded our security proposals that would have ensured – in line with OSCE principles – indivisible security for all European countries. Unfortunately, the US and its NATO allies, including the UK, preferred not to listen, again.

▪️Thirdly, Russia has provided irrefutable evidence that neo-Nazism is flourishing in Ukraine, that the Kiev authorities are encouraging nationalist and far-right sentiments, fostering Russophobia, effectively “cancelling” Russia, including the Russian language and media and thereby depriving Ukraine’s Russian-speaking population of its lawful rights. Moreover, since 2014 Ukraine has deployed its military in a merciless punitive campaign against its own citizens in the Donbass region. Yet again, the West, including the UK, preferred not to listen.

▪️The aims of the Russian special military operation are straight-forward: to demilitarise and de-Nazify Ukraine in order to protect the security interests of the Russian Federation and the rights of the Russian citizens, the citizens of Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, as well as the Russian-speaking population in Ukraine. As Secretary Wallace has rightly said, when someone does not want to listen – something that the West has clearly demonstrated – hard power is needed alongside words.

▪️Last, we were surprised to hear Secretary Wallace overtly supporting the call for British citizens to fight in Ukraine, thus fuelling hostilities, which the British government allegedly seeks to stop. It would have been advisable on Secretary Wallace’s part to warn his countrymen that in the event of capture they are bound to be treated as mercenaries, as the currently detained UK citizens in Donbass can confirm – devoid of any rights to combatant or prisoner-of-war status.

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Russia #UK

Is he really that stupid.

The Ukrainian leader said that helping his country should be more important for Americans than domestic concerns Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has told British broadcaster Piers Morgan that inflation and coronavirus are “nothing” compared to Ukraine’s struggle, and Americans should support aid for Kiev “until we win.”
As the US grapples with a 40-year-high inflation rate and record gas prices, multiple polls name these economic concerns as more pressing among Americans than the conflict in Ukraine. Furthermore, nearly five times as many people in the US blame President Joe Biden’s policies for their misfortune as Russian President Vladimir Putin, regardless of the Biden administration’s efforts to brand the soaring cost of living as “Putin’s price hike.”
Speaking to Morgan in a recently-taped TV interview, Zelensky reminded Americans fed up with the flow of aid to Ukraine – more than $56 billion since February – that both countries are “fighting for absolutely communal values.”
“The war in Ukraine is still the war against those values that are professed in the United States and in Europe,” he told Morgan, according to a writeup in the New York Post. “We are giving our lives for your values and the joint security of the world.” Read more Ukraine only has weeks to turn the tide – US committee head “Therefore, inflation is nothing, Covid is nothing,” he continued. “These things are secondary. The most important thing is to survive and preserve your life, your family, and your country. Therefore, at the moment we are doing this job, but the West has to help us.”
Kiev has said that it needs up to $65 billion in foreign aid this year just to stay afloat, while Zelensky’s advisers have requested increasingly massive arms donations from the West. Earlier this month, Ukrainian Defense Minister Alexey Reznikov said that Ukraine’s military needs at least 100 US-made HIMARS rocket artillery systems – around a third of the US’ entire stockpile – to conduct an “effective counteroffensive” against Russian forces.
Zelensky told Morgan that he expects unlimited support from the West, declaring that “the help will not be sufficient until the war is over, and until we win.”
While a majority of Republican lawmakers voted with their Democratic colleagues in May to allocate $43 billion in military and economic aid to Ukraine, there are signs that conservatives are growing tired of underwriting Zelensky’s military. Former President Donald Trump has accused Biden of walking the US into “World War Three,” while conservative pundit Tucker Carlson has condemned his administration for propping up a “corrupt” and “tyrannical” US “client state.” Despite the misgivings of the American right, the US will likely continue to bankroll Ukraine’s military. Together with G7 leaders, Biden pledged last month to keep the money and weapons flowing “for as long as it takes,” while National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan declared last week that no matter how low public support falls at home, there is a “reservoir” of “deep and sustainable support” in the White House and Congress to “to re-up those resources should it become necessary.”