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Posted by: guest78
« on: January 21, 2023, 07:52:18 pm »

Fire rages on at key oil base in Russia amid wave of 'sabotage' blasts
Multiple explosions and a huge inferno hit a Russian industrial zone on Saturday 21 January, the latest in a spate of mystery fires disrupting Vladimir Putin’s economy.

Footage shows a blaze in a fuel storage depot ignited tanker train carriages filled with oil in key supply hub Angarsk.

Thick black smoke from the disaster was seen 27 miles away in Irkutsk.

The explosions - reported by locals in Angarsk - is the third major incident in the region in five weeks.

It came  amid multiple explosions and fires in key Russian facilities and suspicions of "sabotage" of key facilities.
Posted by: guest78
« on: January 20, 2023, 08:38:24 pm »

Is Germany on the wrong side of history in Ukraine?
"What Chancellor Schulz is doing is the opposite to what he wishes, which is obviously a closer resolution to the war."

Germany must make a decision on Leopard tanks 'for Europe and for history' says former NATO Director of Public Policy Fabrice Pothier.

Former CIA director: US is sending 'unhelpful message' to allies
Retired US Army General and former Director of the CIA David Petraeus explains to CNN's Wolf Blitzer why he believes the United States is sending an "unhelpful message" in tanks dilemma with European allies. #CNN #News

Hear the warning CIA chief gave to Zelensky in secret meeting
CIA Director Bill Burns briefed Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv last week on the US’ expectations for Russia’s battlefield planning in the spring, according to a US official and two Ukrainian sources familiar with the meeting. #CNN #News

Top US general says ejecting Russia from Ukraine will be difficult this year
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley reiterated Friday that Russia's war in Ukraine will likely "end in a negotiation" and not on the battlefield. #CNN #News
Posted by: guest78
« on: January 19, 2023, 07:26:08 pm »

Zelensky Unsure If Putin "Still Alive", UK Pledges 600 Missiles, Ukraine Seeks Arms To Retake Crimea
President Zelensky says Kyiv is aiming to reclaim Crimea which was annexed by Russia in 2014.  Meanwhile, the Kremlin has warned that any Ukrainian attacks on the Russian-annexed Crimea would be “extremely dangerous”. The Kremlin’s statement came Russia's former president, Dmitry Medvedev, has warned of a "nuclear war" if the country is defeated in Ukraine. Watch the video to know more about the ongoing war in Ukraine.
#russiaukrainewar #putinzelensky #worldnews


Zelenskyy vows to retake Crimea from Russia
ABC News analyst Mick Mulroy discusses Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s comments on retaking control of Crimea as the U.S. Coast Guard monitors a suspected Russian intelligence ship off Hawaii.

Wendy Sherman doesn't rule out U.S. giving Ukraine weapons to target Russian military in Crimea
Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman joins Andrea Mitchell following her visit to Ukraine, amidst reports that some U.S. officials are for the first time considering helping Ukraine target Russian bases in Crimea.

US Readies New Military Aid To Ukraine, NATO Chief Warns Against Putin Win, Germany's Tank Condition
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said Western supplies of weapons must outpace Russia’s attacks. Speaking at the WEF in Davos, the Ukrainian President also alleged that the Kyiv helicopter crash was not an accident. Ukrainian military expert Petro Chernyk claims that Russia’s Wagner group has lost some 40,000 troops in the war. The Russian police detained four people at an improvised memorial for Dnipro attack victims, the OVD-Info rights group said. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has reportedly told his US counterpart Joe Biden that Berlin is ready to send leopard tanks to Ukraine. The US is set to finalise a huge military aid package for Ukraine totaling approximately $2.5 billion worth of weaponry. NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said that Ukraine needs a "significant increase" in weapons at a pivotal moment in the war. Russia’s envoy to the US has claimed that Moscow will destroy any weapon that the West sends to Ukraine.
#Ukraine #Russia #Stryker #NATO #Germany #Leopardtanks #Putin #Zelensky #WorldNews

00:00 - “Helicopter Crash Not an Accident”, Says Zelensky
2:51 - “Wagner Lost Two-thirds of Its Soldiers”
3:55 - Four Detained at Moscow Memorial for Dnipro Victims
4:49 - Scholz Sets Conditions on Leopard Tanks for Kyiv
7:21 - Stryker Vehicles to Ukraine Soon?
8:35 - NATO Pushes for More Weapons’ Deliveries to Ukraine
10:25 - “Russia Will Destroy Any Weapon That West Sends to Kyiv”

'Ukraine will liberate Crimea by the end of August' | General Ben Hodges
"I believe that Ukraine will liberate Crimea by the end of August."

When Crimea becomes 'untenable' for Russian forces, the Donbas will 'return to Ukrainian sovereignty,' explains Lieutenant General Ben Hodges.
Posted by: guest78
« on: January 19, 2023, 07:19:17 pm »

Putin may already be DEAD, says President Zelensky amid cancer and body double claims
Vladimir Putin might already be dead, Volodymyr Zelensky suggested today in a bizarre speech.

Ukraine's president also told world leaders he is not sure who makes decisions in the Kremlin following claims Putin's recent appearances have been faked using TV special effects.
Posted by: guest78
« on: January 19, 2023, 02:34:13 am »

War 'fatigue' setting in? NATO ally's big warning as Russia protests tanks for Ukraine
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Wednesday that Western support for Ukraine seems to be growing a little 'tired' and showing less 'emotional' involvement in the ongoing war. Poland has been a key hub for the transfer of western military aid to Ukraine. Now, the key NATO member is rallying the west to send as many as 100 tanks to help Ukraine fight back the Russian onslaught.

#War  #Fatigue #UkraineFatigue #UkraineWar #Poland #PolishPM #NATO #Zelensky #UkraineAlly #Allies #US #usa #RussiaUkraine #War #Tanks #AndrezjDuda #Morawiecki #MateuszMorawieck #NatoMember

'Just like Hitler...': Russia's Holocaust comparison for U.S approach over Ukraine war
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has accused United States-led European countries of solving "the Russian question" in the same way that Adolf Hitler had sought a "final solution" to eradicate Europe's Jews.  Lavrov said Washington was using the same tactic as Napoleon and the Nazis in trying to subjugate Europe in order to destroy Russia. The Russian Minister's statement drew a sharp rebuke from the U.S. with White House national security spokesman John Kirby saying 'how dare he compare anything to the Holocaust?' Watch Lavrov's statement here.

#SergeiLavrov #RussianQuestion #Europe #RussianForeignMinister #Russia #RussiaUkraine #UkraineWar #USA #us #russiaversusus #USVsRussia #EU #NATO #Hitler #AdolfHitler #Napoleon #Holocaust #Nazis #Nazi #Nazism
Posted by: guest78
« on: January 18, 2023, 08:23:17 pm »

US Taps Into Israeli Stockpile As Ukraine Burns Through 90,000 Artillery Shells A Month | Russia War
According to the New York Times, the US is drawing from its War Reserve Stocks for Allies-Israel, which includes ammunition stored in Israel, to supply Ukraine with 90,000 artillery shells per month. This stockpile is typically used by the Pentagon in Middle East conflicts and has been made available to Israel in the past during conflicts with Hezbollah and Hamas. Roughly half of the intended 300,000 rounds have already been shipped to Europe, with the final destination being Poland, as confirmed by Israeli and American officials
#RussiaUkraineWar #Artillerymunition #MunitionShortage #WorldNews

Why is Scholz hesitant to support Ukraine with Leopard tanks? | DW News
During his speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos today, Scholz pledged his country's ongoing military support for Ukraine and said that "Russia must fail" in order for the conflict in eastern Europe to end. 
He did not touch on the Leopard 2 tanks which some NATO allies, most notably Poland but also the UK and Lithuania and others, have been encouraging Germany to approve for export to the front lines.
Germany must approve the resale or donation of its military equipment to a third country.
Berlin is under international pressure to allow the transfer of German-made Leopard battle tanks to Ukraine.
There were some hopes for a big announcement but Scholz remained silent on the issue.
He mentioned the existing armored vehicles like Marders (weasels in English, Germany names most of its military land vehicles after animals) Germany had dispatched.
A meeting of NATO defense ministers is scheduled at the US Ramstein Air Base in Germany on Friday where the Leopard tank is likely at the very least to be discussed behind closed doors.
Scholz said Germany had also made "over €12 billion" (around $13 billion at today's exchange rate) available to Ukraine and would continue to support the country "as long as is necessary."
He called for the private sector to play a "key role" in nascent plans for the so-called "Marshall Plan for Ukraine" jointly recommended by Scholz and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen last October.

Retired general says Ukraine's arms request is 'a really big ask'
CNN military analyst Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling (ret.) explains the complications of Ukraine's request for hundreds of pieces of heavy weaponry. #CNN #News

McFaul: We need a big bang approach against Russia with weapons, sanctions, more
The Kremlin is facing a fiscal crisis as Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war against Ukraine drags on. Former Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul tells Joy Reid, “We need a big bang approach here on sanctions, on weapons, and on designating them a state sponsor of terrorism.”

NATO chief calls for significant boost in arms for Ukraine
Ukraine needs a "significant increase" in weapons at a pivotal moment in Russia's invasion and such support is the only way to a negotiated peaceful solution, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Wednesday.

Defence leaders from around 50 countries and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) will hold talks at Germany's Ramstein Air Base on Friday, the latest in a series of meetings since Russian forces swept into Ukraine nearly 11 months ago.

"Russia’s Historic…” | Putin Justified Ukraine Invasion In Latest Speech
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday that Moscow’s action in Ukraine was intended to stop a “war” that has raged in eastern Ukraine for many years. Speaking at a meeting with veterans, Putin said Moscow had long sought to negotiate a settlement to the conflict in Ukraine’s Donbas, an eastern industrial region where Russia-backed separatists have battled Ukrainian forces since 2014.
“Large-scale combat operations involving heavy weapons, artillery, tanks and aircraft haven’t stopped in Donbas since 2014,” Putin said. “All that we are doing today as part of the special military operation is an attempt to stop this war. This is the meaning of our operation — protecting people who live on those territories.”
Putin insisted again that Russia tried to negotiate a peaceful settlement to the separatist conflict before sending in troops, and said “we were just duped and cheated.”
#putin #russiaukrainewar #ukraine #ukrainewar #russia #vladimirputin #worldnews #putin_zelensky

Russian ex-officer: We’re in a proxy war with the US | Conflict Zone
Few Moscow foreign policy & defense experts are more well-connected than Dimitri Trenin who left the Russian army as a military intelligence colonel and went on to head the Carnegie Moscow Center until it was dissolved in 2022.
Trenin, who spoke to Tim Sebastian from the Russian capital, says the Kremlin sees the war in Ukraine as an "existential" fight and that Vladimir Putin's nuclear threats need to be taken seriously.  Much of the Russian elites sees the conflict as a proxy war with the United States and its NATO allies. Trenin says many issues could have been resolved before the Russian invasion on February 24, 2022, but tragically were not.

‘Combat Patrol Mission’ | Russia Deploys Nuclear-Capable Yars-24 Missile Within Ukraine Range
The Russian Ministry of Defense has decided to deploy RS-24 Yars mobile surface-to-surface missile systems on combat patrol missions. The ministry added that its military personnel are making precise manoeuvres along combat patrol routes. The system has been placed on combat patrol missions in the Tver Region, close to the Belarus border and within range of Ukraine. Watch this video to know more about the deployment which comes amid mounting concerns that Russia may soon launch a major offensive in Ukraine.
#russiaukrainewar #Russianweapons #Yars #worldnews

Posted by: guest78
« on: January 17, 2023, 02:17:06 pm »

German Social Democrats hesitant on tank deliveries to Ukraine | DW Interview
In an exclusive DW interview with Political Correspondent Anja Köhler, Ralf Stegner, parliamentary leader of the Social Democrats, talks about future military deliveries to Ukraine and why Germany continues to be cautious.
He also argued for a more varied approach to the conflict. "We not only have the military dimension of working together but we also have the political, diplomatic, economic dimension."
When asked how diplomacy could look like, he maintained "the problem with diplomacy is, if it wants to be successful, it has to be behind closed doors."
He also questioned whether the war could be won by military means. "I am very skeptical that it will be the military that decides about the future peace order in Europe."

In defense of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz he also said, "our chancellor, who is always criticized for being too slow, deliberating, (…), that has a lot of support in the public, our public, our population, people you talk to on the streets and you see that in the polls. Therefore we should be calm and do what we have done so far."
He further warned that "We have a lot of common interests with Ukraine, but the interests are not identical", referring in part to the no-fly zone that Ukraine asked for and emphasizing the importance of NATO not being pulled into the conflict.
Commenting on the remarks of a Duma representative that called for attacks on Foreign Minister Baerbock in Kharkiv, Stegner responded: "This is outrageous."
In light of recent pressure to send further military equipment to Ukraine, he also maintained "It's not smart to follow up on public pressure, we won't do that."

He says Putin is a war criminal and his imperialistic war cannot be allowed to succeed, yet speaks about diplomatic solution. I really don't see how these two things can exist together.

I'm reminded that there were German politicians that were speaking of diplomatic solutions even as Germany was winning WWI. It was German politicians, especially Social Democrats, who allowed the Marxist worker strike to happen in Germany right when it looked like Germany would win WWI for sure. Somethings never change...

Putin will resort to ‘reductionism’ to break down Ukraine | Major General Chip Chapman
"If they don't get this combined arms capability together, they’ll continue this attritional model. That would come back to a phrase of Putin's, which is ‘the chicken pecks’."

Russia will try to wear down Ukraine by reductionism, former senior British Military advisor Major General Chip Chapman tells #TimesRadio.

British Tanks will embolden West to provide heavier ordnance for Ukraine | Brig. Gen. Peter Zwack
"This is opening a spigot politically and probably psychologically amongst the free minded Western nations that they need to get more and heavier ordnance to Ukraine."

The Challenger 2 tanks sent to Ukraine are the first of many, says Brigadier General Peter Zwack on Frontline with Lucy Fisher.
Posted by: guest78
« on: January 10, 2023, 03:55:36 pm »

300 Days of The War of Civilisations.
It is 300 days since the beginning of the war in Ukraine. What is the current situation and what hopes does the coming year hold?
Posted by: guest78
« on: January 09, 2023, 03:15:39 pm »

Outrage In Russia As Convicts Turned Wagner Recruits Return Home From Ukraine War With Pardons
Wagner group has delivered the promised pardons to the inmates recruited for Russia’s ‘special military operation’ in Ukraine. The prisoners-turned- combatants have reportedly been offered amnesty in exchange for six-months of service in Ukraine. The move was announced by Wagner boss, Yevgeny Prigozhin, in a video released on January 5. Watch the vide to find how Wagner recruited russian prisoners for the war.

#russiaukrainewar #warinukraine #YevgenyPrigozhin #wagner #russianwagner #warnews


The fact he had to tell them, not to **** women, says all you need to
It’s not hard to read the writing on the wall by the law abiding back in Russia.  Former convicts, pardoned after fighting in an imperialistic war with no rules, then returning back into an economically depressed Russian economy with little hopes of finding a job.    Not hard to see how bad this is going to be.
For anyone wondering what legality means in Russia, it means whatever serves the persons on top, not anything universal
Let’s pardon convicted murdered and rapists after subjectibg them to true warfare terror leaving most with PTSD and alot of pent up anger. What can go wrong?!
To even think that the thought of raping is treated a little like an after thought is disconcerting.

Wagner is rolling around in his grave by now I'm sure. Don't think he could ever have imagined in his wildest dreams being linked to Russian criminals, or Russia at all for that matter?

Russian sexual assault of civilians on the battlefield is such a common phenomenon some painters have painted pictures of it in the past...
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: December 28, 2022, 07:11:00 pm »

After every year being worse than the previous since 2015, at least we can say that 2022 was better than 2021:

The worst attitude is expressed in 13:24-13:30. Hitler knew better.

Anyway, let's hope the decimation of Turanian blood (on both sides) and hence demographic improvement of the global gene pool continues through 2023 and beyond! I'm not just thinking about battlefield deaths either:
Posted by: guest78
« on: December 27, 2022, 01:11:25 am »

The art of the Jewish\Western false dichotomy for the blinded: Russia = (unjustified) aggressor = evil. Russia claims Wagner, a German composer, therefore Wagner = evil. Ukraine = (justified) defender = good. Ukraine claims Mozart, a German composer, therefore Mozart = good.

Wagner was clearly a superior composer to Mozart!!!

Wagner was Hitler's favorite German composer!

Putin and Zelensky are both Jewish.

'The exact opposite of the 'Wagner': what ex-marines from The Mozart Group do near Bakhmut
In March, former U.S. Marine Andy Milburn came to Ukraine to cover the war as a freelance journalist. He quickly realized he wanted to do more. Together with fellow marines, he organized training sessions for the Territorial Defense Forces while Kyiv was under siege. Shocked by what they had seen in Bucha, the ex-military decided to stay in Ukraine to help. Thus, The Mozart Group was created - a volunteer organization that trains the Ukrainian military and evacuates civilians from the most dangerous places near the frontlines.
hromadske spent two days with The Mozart Group's evacuation team, led by Irishman Dathan, in Bakhmut and Soledar. See in hromadske's video how foreigners with military experience found themselves in a humanitarian mission in Ukraine.

Great example of how Jews\westerners play their subordinate western and non-western slaves for suckers! 
Posted by: m94r
« on: December 22, 2022, 12:00:00 pm »

Is the tall bearded guy a giant or a turanian?
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: December 21, 2022, 09:07:16 pm »

Ukraine's Azov Regiment visits Israel: 'Mariupol is our Masada'

Azov officer Ilya Samoilenko, one of the defenders of the Azovstal steelworks in Mariupol, led the delegation to Israel.

A delegation from Ukraine's Azov Regiment visited Israel in recent days, meeting with officials and IDF reservists and speaking about the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine.

The delegation arrived in Israel on Thursday and was led by Azov officer Ilya Samoilenko, one of the soldiers who barricaded themselves beneath the Azovstal steelworks during attempts to protect Mariupol from the Russian invasion earlier this year. Joining him in leading the delegation was Yuliya Fedosyuk, deputy head of the Association of Azovstal Defenders' Families.

Posted by: guest78
« on: December 21, 2022, 02:00:33 pm »

Fiona Hill warns of renewed Russian assault on Kyiv | Conflict Zone
Former Trump Administration National Security Council Russia expert, Fiona Hill, says Vladimir Putin is as determined as ever to conquer Ukraine on his own terms and that he may see reports of Russia’s battlefield losses only as Western propaganda and disinformation.
Hill told DW’s Sarah Kelly that Putin had not changed his goals of defeating Ukraine and that another ground offensive, including against the capital Kyiv is possible—even if Russian casualties continue to mount.
The former top White House expert on Russia said that Putin has still “got his sights on the capitulation of Ukraine, one way or another ... if he thinks having another go at Kyiv would be successful, then he will certainly try that.”
Hill, who testified during Donald Trump’s first impeachment on withheld US military aid to Ukraine and Trump’s phone call with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, spoke to DW’s Sarah Kelly from Washington for Conflict Zone.

Please let us know what you think in the comments below.

00:00 Intro
00:54 Fiona Hill Welcome
01:35 First attempt on Kyiv & threat  to Zelenskyy
01:55 Putin has his sights on capitulation of Ukraine
02:14 Belarus visit with Lukashenko
02:53 Is Putin losing the war?
04:00 Putin willing to sacrifice 300,000 Russian troops
04:40 Can Russia accept loss of Crimea?
05:00 Are Ukrainian “de-occupation” goals realistic?
05:45 Russia’s claims on Ukrainian territory
06:35 US & UK responsibility to Ukraine after nuclear disarmament
07:05 Will Russian people accept a claim of victory?
08:30 Kazakhstan, Armenia, Moldova reassessing Moscow
09:30 Putin’s grip on power and infallibility
10:50 Support from China, India, South Africa
11:40 Don’t count Putin out, but ….
12:05 End of Cold War & Putin’s shifting aim
12:25 2007 Munich Security Conference
12:45 2008 Bucharest NATO summit
13:10 Ukraine doesn’t exist in Putin’s version of history
14:20 Frank-Walter Steinmeier & German trade with Russia
15:10 2014 Annexation of Crimea, World War Two & United Nations General Assembly
16:05 Vladimir Putin has declared war on the West
17:20 EU, NATO, US, Japan, South Korea & annexations
17:40 Poland, Baltic states, Scandinavia, UK understanding of Russia
18:00 US support for Ukraine as 2024 election looms
19:40 Donald Trump’s first impeachment
20:15 January 6th Committee, Trump, & Hunter Biden
21:19 Russian propaganda is gaining traction
21:45 Czar Vladimir and Russia’s Manifest Destiny
22:03 Crimea’s first annexation in 1783
23:20 Don’t give Putin what he wants
23:40 Collapse of Soviet Union
24:05 Putin has turned back clock to the Stalinist 1950s
25:25 Inflection point in European & world history

Bummer, Fiona Hill doesn't see Putin as Hitler either. This will make alot of Western YouTube hosts covering the Ukrainian war upset!  :(  Sucks when a Westerner comes along and actually makes accurate historical statements that fly in the face of all the other Westerners making inaccurate historical statements and comparisons...  ;D

Why the Russian army is so brutal
"The Russians have a strain of brutality which comes from centuries of brutality and Mongol invasions."

The Russian army is defined by its 'mercilessness', explains General Sir Richard Sheriff.
Posted by: guest78
« on: December 18, 2022, 06:25:01 pm »

John Bolton: If Trump Were Still President, The Russians Would Be In Kyiv
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, now in day 297, continues to go badly for Moscow. And now the U.S. is set to send patriot defense missile systems to Ukraine, a major game changer. Former Ambassador John Bolton, who also was the former president’s National Security Advisor for a time, reacts to the latest on the war, and also Iran's increasing role.

"You sh*t yourself and never go to the frontline" | Break the Fake | TVP World
Russian forces have not made any significant territorial gains on the front since July, when they took Lysychansk. Putin has tried to present the illegal annexation of parts of Ukraine’s Kherson, Zaporizhzhia, Donetsk, and Luhansk regions as a significant victory, but the announcement caused discontent among the Russian elites.

As far as I can tell this Russian radio talk show host has never even served in the military himself...