Friday 16th of April 2021

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US President Joe Biden has used a first official phone call with President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to offer staunch support in Ukraine’s standoff over Russian troops near its border.

 

Washington has been Ukraine’s most powerful ally since Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014 but ties were overshadowed by Ukraine’s unwilling involvement in events leading to the impeachment trial of Biden’s predecessor Donald Trump.

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https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/world/2021/04/03/biden-offers-support-to-ukraine-in-standoff-with-russia/

 

 

Several assumptions and omissions are made in the article above by Andrew Tate. First, Reagan and Gorbachev made an agreement on the end of the Cold War, that the US would not encroach on the former Soviet Union countries. Since then all the US presidents have been endearing to encroach on the former Soviet Union countries. Bill Clinton dismantling of Yugoslavia, the blaming of Russia for the Georgia invasion which was a set up buy the USA, GW Bush and then Obama preparing the Maidan revolution in Ukraine financed by the USA giving cash and arms to the Nazis of that country. Biden and his son played their part in the next chapter of this saga, with Nulan "giving cookies". Because of the populations are not uniform, thinks are a bit more complex than territories. For example the US did not hesitate to break Kosovo, Serbia and Croatia away from Yugoslavia, because it was convenient ethnicity... 

The region of Donbass in Ukraine is mostly populated by Russians who want to seceded from the Ukraine Nazi government, like say Kosovo wanted "free" from Serbia. But the US is now playing the game of "territorial integrity"... Let's not be so precious: Crimea was a "gift" from Russia to Ukraine, in the Soviet Union spirit and when the Soviet Union got disbanded and Ukraine "went with the USA", Crimea, populated by Russians voted to go back to Russia. This vote was incontestably more legit that the latest presidential elections in the US. Crimea is Russian. But this displeases the lord and masters of the world...

 

Meanwhile, the Ukrainians have disregarded the Minsk agreement, by bombing Donbass. Russia has not entered the Donbass region, though the NATO forces are doing all they can to get in by providing weapons and logistic support to Ukraine.

 

Some agreement will have to be made soon, otherwise the situation can only deteriorate. The US want to conquer the world and destroy Russia. Russia will defend.

 

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Bear: My targets !

 

 

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on a lighter note...

On April first, RT had a neat joke:

 

 

Trump hotel chain to take over ‘Putin’s Palace’ – ex-US president plans glitzy, gold-themed resort on Russia’s sunny south coast

 

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By Gabriel Gavin, in Krasnodar

With champagne on tap, sweeping Black Sea views and even an underwater disco, ‘Trump Palace Gelendzhik’ could become the hottest ticket in town for Russia’s glamor-loving partygoers – once construction work is finally completed.

For years, American media have suggested that former US president Donald Trump has dreamed of owning a hotel in Russia. Numerous reports outlined a previous plan that would have seen the former occupant of the Oval Office running his own project in Moscow.

However, it now seems that Trump’s first Russian venture could be taking place in warmer climes, with balmy Krasnodar Region singled out as his destination of choice.

 

Read more:

https://www.rt.com/russia/519813-trump-palace-gelendzhik-project/?

 

 

 

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biden bombobum...

On March 24th, Ukraine's President Vladimir Zelensky signed what was essentially a declaration of war on Russia. In the document, titled Presidential Decree No. 117/2021, the US-backed Ukrainian leader declared that it is the official policy of Ukraine to take back Crimea from Russia.

The declaration that Ukraine would take back Crimea from Russia also followed, and was perhaps instigated by, President Biden’s inflammatory and foolish statement that “Crimea is Ukraine.”

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who was a chief architect of the US-backed coup against Ukraine in 2014, continued egging on the Ukrainians, promising full US support for the “territorial integrity” of Ukraine. Many Americans wonder why they are not even half as concerned about the territorial integrity of the United States!

Not to be outdone, at the beginning of this month US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin – who previously served on the board of missile-maker Raytheon – called his counterpart in Ukraine and promised "unwavering US support for Ukraine's sovereignty." As the US considers Crimea to be Ukrainian territory, this is clearly a clear green light for Kiev to take military action.

Washington is also sending in weapons. Some 300 tons of new weapons have arrived in the past weeks and more is on the way.

As could be expected, Moscow has responded to Zelensky’s decree and to the increasingly bellicose rhetoric in Kiev and Washington by re-positioning troops and other military assets closer to its border with Ukraine. Does anyone doubt that if the US were in the same situation - for example, if China installed a hostile and aggressive government in Mexico - the Pentagon might move troops in a similar manner?

But according to the media branch of the US military-industrial-Congressional-media complex, Russian troop movements are not a response to clear threats from a neighbor, but instead are just more “Russian aggression.”

The unhinged US “experts” behind the 2014 coup against the elected Ukrainian president are back in power and they are determined to finish the job – even if it means World War III! The explicit US backing of Ukraine’s military ambitions in the region are a blank check to Kiev.

But it is a check that Kiev would be wise to avoid cashing. Back in 1956 the US government pumped endless propaganda into Hungary promising military backing for an uprising against its Soviet occupiers. When the Hungarians, believing Washington’s lies, did rise up they found themselves all alone and facing Soviet retaliation.

Despite the cruel US propaganda, at least Eisenhower was wise enough to realize that no one would benefit from a nuclear war over Budapest.

Why is it any of our business whether Crimea is part of Ukraine or part of Russia? Why is it any of our business if the Russian-speaking population of eastern Ukraine prefer being aligned with Russia?

Why, for that matter, are unproven allegations of Russian meddling in our elections a violation of the “rules-based international order” but an actual US-backed coup against an elected Ukrainian government is not?

We are seeing foreign policy made by Raytheon and the other US military contractors, through cut-outs in government like Austin and others. Feckless US foreign policy “experts” believe their own propaganda about Russia and are on the verge of taking us to war over it.

It seems as if Americans are sleepwalking through this dangerous minefield. Let us hope they soon wake up before we're all blown up.

 

Read more:

http://ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2021/april/05/why-is-the-biden-administration-pushing-ukraine-to-attack-russia/

 

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in defence of russia...

Pyotr Olegovich Tolstoy (Пётр Олегович Толстой) "The EU must stop telling Russia what to do"

 

In 20 years of power, Vladimir Poutin has given Russia back a place at the heart of the global geopolitical chessboard by using unconventional methods. Strategy of disorder or legitimate sovereignty? Update with Pyotr Olegovich Tolstoy, vice-president of the Duma, and Isabelle Mandraud, journalist at Le Monde.

Great-great-grandson of the famous writer, Pyotr Olegovich Tolstoy stopped his career as a journalist in 2016 to join the Duma, the Russian Parliament, of which he is currently the vice-president. He also sits as Vice-President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.

 

The politician is thus well placed to evoke the stormy relations between his country and the European Union, which are for him the consequence of European sanctions. "Since 2014, the European Union has been waging an economic war against my country. It has committed many serious mistakes in its relations with Russia. The European Union imagines that Russia will give in to economic sanctions, which will never happen", he regrets in the program Tout un Monde.

 

"Today, relations between Europe and Russia are more or less at the level of the Cold War before the fall of the USSR, and it is not our fault, but that of the EU which manipulates the countries of the union. But with the largest country in Europe, it will not be like that. "

 

European hypocrisy denounced

 

As for the annexation of Crimea, at the origin of European sanctions, Pyotr Olegovich Tolstoy disapproves of the term. For Russia, it is above all a question of fixing a historical error. "It was necessary not only to bring back Crimea, but the whole of Ukraine. The term annexation is still quite insulting, and it shows the double standards of Europeans. When it comes to Kosovo or the annexed Falkland Islands by Britain, so no, of course, you can't compare. This gap shows hypocrisy and double standard. So obviously after that you can't talk about trust anymore. "

 

We will perhaps wait for the fall of the European Union and then we will discuss again with the countries individually.

 

Pyotr Olegovich Tolstoy, vice-president of the Duma:

Today we are far from the project of a Europe from Lisbon to Vladivostok which was mentioned following the fall of the Berlin Wall. "In my opinion, this opportunity was missed, especially when the NATO countries decided to include the countries of the East after the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Germany. You cannot build unity in current circumstances. "

 

Russia would prefer to forge new links with European countries directly, without an intermediary from Brussels, which it no longer trusts. "We will perhaps wait for the fall of the European Union, which looks more and more like the Soviet Union in the 1980s, and then we will discuss again with countries like France and Germany, to create new relations, on the European continent. "

 

I don't know why the West sees Navalny as a politician, an opposition leader.

 

Pyotr Olegovich Tolstoy, vice-president of the Duma:

Relations between Moscow and the EU have been damaged by the poisoning and subsequent arrest of opponent Alexei Navalny. "For me, he's a guy who was doing corruption investigations, sometimes very interesting. I don't know why the West sees him as a politician, an opposition leader. I think there are a lot of clichés around this story. But you have to understand that Russia has its own legal system and that it will never change, even if all the countries of Europe demand it. "

 

See also: "Navalny cannot overthrow the Putin system"

 

But does Russia have the means to oppose the West in the long term? “Of course, look at the map of Europe. All the countries in the European Union and the rest of Europe that are trying to wage an economic war against us are just a small piece compared to Russia. don't worry, we have enough power, we can wait, so there is no problem. "

"But I personally don't want a confrontation with the West. You have to understand that Russia is a separate civilization. Stop giving lessons, stop coming up with ultimatums. This is not the language we use. use with my country. "

 

Read also: Humiliated, the European Union seeks a response to Moscow

 

Vladimir Putin's strategy

 

On the strategy of Vladimir Poutine, Pyotr Olegovich Tolstoy refutes the analysis of journalists on his ambitions for greatness. "The major objective of Vladimir Putin's foreign policy is to serve the interests of his country. If Putin had wanted to restore a great country, today the borders would extend to Poland. But this is not the goal. The goal is to overcome the total degradation that took place during the time of Mikhail Gorbachev and Boris Yeltsin. We have good results in economics and other areas. "

 

It is not for Europeans to accuse Russia of violating international law.

 

Pyotr Olegovich Tolstoy, vice-president of the Duma:

When to those who accuse the Russian president of calling into question the international order via destabilisation, interference and blockages at the UN, the vice-president of the Duma returns the ball: "Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, it is the United States and Europe who have discredited the international order. It is they who organised the NATO aggression against Serbia, who installed "democracy" in Afghanistan, Libya, Iraq. we can clearly see the results of these actions which were carried out against the international order, without the permission of the UN Permanent Council. It is therefore not for Europeans to accuse Russia of violating international law. "

 

Pyotr Olegovich Tolstoy defends Russian interventions in several conflicts: "Russia went to Syria after the request of Bashar al-Assad, who is the only legitimate leader there today. It was the Russians who eliminated the Islamic State group. And then look at the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia. What did Europe and the Council of Europe do? All the organisations created to stop such wars did nothing. It was Russia that stopped the war in Nagorno-Karabakh. "

 

 

Patrick Chaboudez / Mouna Hussain

 

Posted on February 22, 2021 at 9:51 AM Modified on February 22, 2021 at 3:15 PM

 

 

Read more:

https://www.rts.ch/info/monde/11988405-pierre-tolstoi-lue-doit-arreter-de-donner-des-lecons-a-la-russie.html

 

Translation by Jules Letambour

 

 

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