Wednesday 1st of February 2023

STOPPING THE USA.....

Stopping Putin [went] to air on Monday 7th November at 8.30pm. It is replayed on Tuesday 8th November at 11pm and Wednesday 9th November at 10am. It can also be seen on ABC NEWS channel on Saturday at 8.10pm AEDT, ABC iview and at abc.net.au/4corners

 

HERE WE HAVE A (LONG) LOADED MYOPIC VIEW OF A SORRY SAGA being prominently FEATURED ON THE ABC. IT IS DISINFORMATION (USING SELECTED INFORMATION MINUS THE TRUE INTENTS).

WE COULD NOT DISAGREE THAT “MANY” PEOPLE HAVE SUFFERED FROM THE INTERVENTION BY RUSSIA IN UKRAINE. YET, THIS DOCUMENTARY WHICH SHOWS ONLY ONE NAIVE POLITICAL NARRATIVE IS ACTUALLY DANGEROUS. IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN "STOPPING THE USA"....

 

VIDEO: Stopping Putin: Did Western powers fail to prevent war in Ukraine?

 

"We're not preparing for anything. We've already been through hell here." Donbas civilian

When Russian President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine in February this year, for many it was a continuation of a war that had begun eight years earlier.

"When there is shooting, we're told: 'You are used to it!' But you can't get used to that. We can only try to avoid danger." Donbas civilian

On Monday Four Corners traces the current war in Ukraine back to 2014 when Russia invaded Crimea and supported the separatist movements in the eastern Ukrainian region of Donbas. The program talks to key participants who worked on the many failed negotiations for a ceasefire.

"Vladimir Putin uses lying as an element of negotiation. We must know that he is lying, tell him that he is lying. Lying is part of the discussion." Former French President

"I took Putin to be aggressive, ruthless, oppressive, but not reckless. I was: 'He's not gonna do that! He's not that crazy!' And he did it." Former advisor to US President

Western leaders unsuccessfully tried to end the war in Donbas. Critics say they placed too much trust in Russian President Vladimir Putin.

"It was rubbish.  You can't enter into a win-win partnership with Putin because his mentality is a KGB style mentality. He can't, he plainly can't understand win-win." Former Ukrainian foreign affairs minister

The film by French documentary maker Anne Poiret also tells the stories of civilians caught in the separatist war in Donbas. The team filmed in two towns close to the frontline in the months leading up to the February invasion.

"I built this wall behind the shed. It will protect the children when they play here in summer. We're machine- gunned from over there. The wall is riddled with bullets." Mother of three...

 

SEE MORE:

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-11-03/stopping-putin-did-western-powers-fail-to-prevent-war-in-ukraine/101610526

THE VOX POPS HERE ARE EMOTIONALLY TARGETED. THEY DO NOT REFLECT THE CAUSES OF THE CONFLICT. SAME WITH THE ENTIRE "VIDEO"

"It was rubbish.  You can't enter into a win-win partnership with Putin because his mentality is a KGB style mentality. He can't, he plainly can't understand win-win." Former Ukrainian foreign affairs minister????

 

THIS IS GLIB AND POSTED AS IF IT IS GOSPEL BY SAINT JOSEPH BIDEN. IT IS RUBBISH OF COURSE. WHAT IS WIN-WIN? AND UNDERSTANDING WIN-WIN? AND LET'S NOT FORGET THAT SINCE 1991, UKRAINE HAS BEEN DEEMED TO BE THE MOST CORRUPT COUNTRY IN EUROPE, IF NOT THE WORLD....

 

ON THIS SITE, WE HAVE GONE TO LENGTH TO EXPLAIN A FEW TRUTHS THAT RELATE TO HISTORY AND THE WAY THE WEST HAS USED UKRAINE AS A BATTLEGROUND TO DESTROY RUSSIA… PUTIN ISN’T A DUMB BLOKE. HE UNDERSTANDS THE DEEPER MOTIVES OF THE USA, OF WHICH THE DOCUMENTARY “STOPPING PUTIN” ONLY SHOW THE SURFACE SCRATCHES.

 

PUTIN GAVE THE WEST A PRECIS ON HOW TO "STOP PUTIN" IN LATE 2021. THE WEST (THE US/UK/EU/NATO) TOLD HIM TO “FUCK OFF” (NOT IN THESE PRECISE WORDS, BUT THE GIST WAS IT, as they refused to read it while laughing). 

 

PUTIN DID NOT WANT WAR.

PUTIN WANTED THE MINSK AGREEMENTS TO BE RESPECTED.

PUTIN WANTED CRIMEA TO BE RECOGNISED AS RUSSIA’S — LIKE IT WAS BEFORE 1954.

PUTIN WANTED ASSURANCE OF NON-AGGRESSION FROM THE WEST — THAT IS TO SAY A SECURITY GUARANTEE OF THE EXISTENCE OF RUSSIA’S INTEGRITY, THAT INCLUDING THE RESPECT OF NATO NOT MOVING EAST OF BERLIN, INCLUDING NOT MOVING INTO UKRAINE. 

SIMPLE.

 

THE WEST WANTED NONE OF THIS. THE USA WANTED TO WEAKEN RUSSIA BY INFLUENCING UKRAINE’S BEHAVIOUR (VIA ITS NAZIS) — BECAUSE ULTIMATELY THE USA WANT TO DESTROY RUSSIA AND CHINA — THIS PROCESS OF US WAR WITH CHINA IS ALSO IN MOTION… PREPARATIONS ARE BEING MADE. AUSTRALIA, YET AGAIN, IS FORCED INTO ANOTHER WAR MENTALITY, IN WHICH NO-ONE COULD OR WILL “WIN-WIN”.

 

SAINT JOSEPH BIDEN AND HIS WARMONGERS ARE 100 PER CENT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CRAP IN UKRAINE. PUTIN DID NOT HAVE ANY CHOICE BUT TO DEFEND THE DONBASS — WHICH WAS ABOUT TO BE ATTACKED BY KIEV IN EARLY MARCH 2022 WITH 60,000 TROOPS (INCLUDING NAZI BATTALIONS.

 

NOW, HISTORICALLY AND RECENTLY, THE KIEV GOVERNMENT HAS BEEN RUN BY (GALICIAN) FASCISTS (SAY NAZIS — INCLUDING JEWISH FASCISTS, NOT HARD TO FIND).THIS IS WHY THE DONBASS PEOPLE, MOSTLY RUSSIANS, DECIDED TO DEMAND AUTONOMY, WHICH WAS SANCTIONED BY THE MINKS AGREEMENTS. BUT THE KIEV GOVERNMENT WAS ONLY BUYING WEAPONS AND TIME TO “RECAPTURE” THE AUTONOMOUS REGIONS. 

 

THE WEST OF COURSE WON’T RECOGNISED THE FAIR AND DECENT REFERENDUM RESULTS IN THIS REGION AND IN CRIMEA. THE OFFER BY ELON MUSK OF A NEW REFERENDUM SUPERVISED BY THE UNITED NATIONS WAS SHOT DOWN BY THE KIEV AND WESTERN GOVERNMENTS BECAUSE THE RESULTS WOUD BE THE SAME — AND PROVE PUTIN’S POINT.

 

SEE ALSO:

https://yourdemocracy.net/drupal/node/43171

 

THE ABC SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF PUBLISHING "STOPPING PUTIN". IT SHOULD ALSO SHOW: "UKRAINE ON FIRE" BY OLIVER STONE, BUT IT WON'T AS THIS DOCUMENTARY EXPLAINS THE TRUTH.

 

FREE JULIAN ASSANGE NOW — HAD THE WEST GOT GOOD INTENTIONS, JULIAN WOULD BE FREE.

 

GUSNOTE: THE WEST DID NOT FAIL TO PREVENT THE WAR IN UKRAINE. THE WEST WANTED THE WAR IN UKRAINE.

stop the war intent.....

 

By Joseph Camilleri

 

We now have a clearer picture of how deeply entangled with US strategic priorities and war preparations Australia has become. We also know that China is viewed as the principal adversary, and that US military planners and their Australian counterparts are busily planning for a major military confrontation with China, most likely over Taiwan.

The evidence has been steadily mounting on three fronts.

 

The stage has been suitably choreographed

  • From US and Australian leaders and officials has come a stream of vitriol accusing China of aggression and of posing an immense threat to national and global security.
  • Helping to embellish the threat scenario was Nancy Pelosi’s provocative visit to Taiwan to which a furious China responded by dispatching warships and military aircraft to all sides of the island – an action which the Australian government strongly criticised, describing it as destabilising and deeply concerning.
  • In September Biden made his most forthright pledge that US forces would intervene if Taiwan is attacked by China. Throughout, the Australian government refrained from criticising either the Pelosi visit or Biden’s statement.
  • Meanwhile, Australian mainstream media have dutifully reported US and Australian government pronouncements on the China threat, and become increasingly vociferous contributors to the anti-China frenzy.

 

A network of interlinked military alliances and partnerships has been created

  • Both Liberal and Labor governments have repeatedly stressed the importance of ANZUS with increasing emphasis on deepening and broadening the military and security alliance. 
  • Australia has become an enthusiastic participant in the QUAD, a four-nation security dialogue designed largely to contain China’s rise.
  • AUKUS, the new strategic partnership between Australia, UK and US announced in September 2021, aims to equip Australia with a fleet of nuclear powered submarines of unknown cost and effectiveness. The larger objective is to develop enhanced military capabilities and advanced military technologies with a view to preserving US strategic dominance in the ‘Indo-Pacific region’.
  • Australia-Japan military and intelligence links have dramatically increased, culminating in October in the ‘Joint Declaration on Security Cooperation’. The stated aim is to enhance cooperation and interoperability between the armed forces of the two countries, and strengthen their respective alliances with the United States.

 

Australia has been fully integrated into the US military-industrial complex

  • The web of joint military exercises has been vastly expanded. Talisman Sabre and Exercise Pacific Vanguard are two notable examples.
  • The United States now controls or has extensive access to an ever larger array of military assets on Australian soil, including the high-technology bases cluster along the length of North West Cape in Western Australia, the port and air base of Darwin, and the Tindal air base where, as revealed on Four Corners, the US will soon regularly base six of its nuclear-capable B-52 bombers for which it will build dedicated facilities. To this must be added the large and still growing Pine Gap facility which will play a key role in any US conventional and nuclear operations from Africa to the Pacific.
  • The Washington Post recently revealed that two retired US admirals and three former US Navy officials played a critical but secretive role as highly paid consultants advising the Australian government during its negotiations to acquire top-secret nuclear submarine technology. This advice, one may safely assume, contributed to the cancellation of the French submarine contract and the establishment of AUKUS.

In an interview last Saturday, Prime Minister Albanese revealed that plans are afoot to pursue this threefold strategy with renewed vigour and zest. The Strategic Defence Review is but a means to this end. With it will come the costly expansion of military capabilities needed to project power beyond Australia’s shores – all in the name of “strategic competition’’.

The upshot is that Australia’s security now lies in highly dangerous territory. Below are just a few of the questions that require the urgent attention of government, parliament, and key sectors of society.

 

Cabinet and in particular the prime minister and senior ministers

  • Has the Government commissioned a detailed assessment of the likelihood of an armed conflict over the future of Taiwan? In the event of such a conflict is Australia committed to supporting a US military intervention? Is the government prepared to pledge that it will not allow military facilities on its soil to be used for such a purpose?
  • The Ukraine war coupled with rising tensions over Taiwan and the Korean peninsula has raised renewed fears over the possible use of nuclear weapons. The UN Secretary General recently stated: “Today, humanity is just one misunderstanding, one miscalculation away from nuclear annihilation.” Does the government share this assessment? Does it agree that nuclear deterrence is looking more fragile than at any time since the Cuban missile crisis?
  • Does the government regard its current support for the US nuclear deterrent and America’s use of military facilities in Australia, in particular the possible deployment of nuclear capable B-52 bombers, as constituting an impediment to Australia signing the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons? If not, when will the government proceed with signing the Treaty?
  • Should we become directly or indirectly engaged in a conflict over Taiwan, is it expected that military facilities in Australia will come under attack? Might such targeting extend to energy and other critical facilities? If so, has the government developed plans to minimise civilian casualties and damage to infrastructure?
  • Are US current and retired officials, as revealed in the Washington Post article, still in the government’s pay? Are such arrangements deemed compatible with an independent foreign and security policy?
  • Has the government considered consulting its Southeast Asian neighbours, in particular Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam, with a view to exploring joint initiatives that might lower tensions across the Korean, Taiwan and South China Sea flashpoints? If so, what concrete steps have been taken?

 

The Labor caucus

  • Have senior ministers provided caucus with detailed briefings on the key issues raised above? Has the caucus had the opportunity to discuss the issues in detail?
  • Have members of the Labor caucus, individually or collectively, considered the possibility of Australia pursuing a more independent foreign policy, one that aims for co-operative coexistence between the major centres of power and influence, with none seeking to maintain a position of regional or global dominance?
  • Have Labor members of parliament encouraged a sustained discussion of these issues in ALP branches and the wider community?

 

The Greens

Have the Greens developed a comprehensive set of ideas and proposals regarding Australia’s relations with the United States and China? If so, have they been widely discussed by the membership, and will they be prominently communicated to the Australian public?

 

The Independents

Have the independents had the opportunity to consider the issues raised above? Do they consider them crucial to human security? Have they engaged in discussion with their local communities? Are they planning to bring fresh ideas to the table?

 

Business

Given their crucial stake in the economic relationship with China, are Australian businesses and their respective peak bodies regularly consulted on future policy development? Would they welcome such consultation? Can Australian business help in any way to ease the present Australia-China standoff?

 

Media and Education

Do our media and educational institutions equip us to make sense of the present turbulence in international affairs? Do they provide the accurate information, dispassionate analysis, and the spaces conducive to a mature, national conversation on the critical issues of war and peace? How are they helping to enhance Asia, and in particular China literacy?

The Chinese community in Australia

Are Chinese Australians concerned about the direction of the Australia-China relationship? Is this a frequent subject of conversation? If there are concerns, have they made them known to government? Has government sought their advice on issues pertaining to the relationship?

 

Civil society

This is a rather large category that includes Indigenous groups, professional associations, unions, charitable, philanthropic, cultural, faith-based, human rights and other organisations. Key questions arise: How is each group responding to the souring relationship with China and the looming prospect of war? Is it keeping its members informed? Is it making a helpful contribution to the national conversation?

These and related questions are no mere academic exercise. They affect each and every Australian. They challenge us to respond to a global power and civilisational shift the likes of which we have not seen since European settlement. This is too important a task to be left to generals and politicians.

 

READ MORE:

https://johnmenadue.com/war-with-china-looms-questions-that-need-answers/

 

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STOP THIS WAR INTENT.... STOP!

 

FREE JULIAN ASSANGE NOW...................

the bullshit of the century.....

It is in Russian President Vladimir Putin’s interests to prolong the Ukraine conflict as long as possible to stave off a reckoning by his citizens over the invasion, one of the world’s leading war experts says.

Sir Lawrence Freedman, emeritus professor of war studies at King’s College London, said the eight-month campaign had shown Putin was far from the master strategist many assumed.

 

READ MORE:

https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/he-needs-the-war-to-continue-why-putin-can-t-negotiate-his-way-out-of-ukraine-20221107-p5bw38.html

 

HAD THE WEST NOT PLACED ITS NOSE IN THE LEGITIMATE RUSSIAN INTERVENTION TO PROTECT THE DONBASS REGION, THE "WAR" WOULD HAVE BEEN LICKED WITHIN A COUPLE OF DAYS. IN THIS REGARD, THE SERIOUS PUNDITS KNOW THAT IT IS THE WEST THAT DOES NOT WANT PEACE... THE US HAS SPEND MORE ON THEIR "SUPPORT" OF THE NAZIS IN UKRAINE THAN THE ENTIRE RUSSIAN MILITARY BUDGET.... TO THIS "SUPPORT" WE ALSO NEED TO ADD A FEWW BILKKKKLIONS FROM THE UK AND EUROPE..... INSANE.

PUTIN IS READY TO NEGOTIATE PEACE. ZELENSKYSHIT DOES NOT WANT TO TALK TO HIM! PUTIN IS PATIENT AND WILL GET WHAT IS FAIR (WHAT HE WANTED FROM THE ONSET, IN DECEMBER LAST YEAR).

AND PEOPLE LIKE Matthew Knott CALLS THEMSELVES JOOOOOURNAAAAAAALISTS!!!!

 

IDIOTS.... MAY BE I SHOULD READ THE REST OF KNOTT'S ARTICLE.... BUT THE START IS TOOOOO CRAP.

 

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FREE JULIAN ASSANGE NOW....................