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March 14, 2015. Where is Vladimir? Read his activities from the news from the Kremlin feed below, or from Pravda. He has not been seen in public for 10 days, and I am hearing he may have had a stroke, or has cancer, or is hanging out with a possible newborn baby. Hm. The full range from life to death.
I hope he has gone to Ukraine and Crimea, and is privately working out how to remove Russian troops as soon as possible.

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Countries invade because they want war, world domination, to save inhabitants, or they want stuff. Like oil and gas. Which one is Russia? I don't know but I am listening to them. Above and below.
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Russia is the largest country in the world,  over 12 to 13% of land mass. It borders Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azebaijian, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia, North Korea. Across the waters is Japan (the Sea of Okhotsk) and the USA (Bering Strait).


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The United Kingdom gets its Trump
The United Kingdom gets its Trump The UK has just made another fatal mistake, has just put another nail in its coffin and has just signed its death warrant. Boris Johnson is another Trump Don't get me wrong - I have nothing personal against Boris Trump, sorry Johnson. Well after all he was born in New York, wasn't he? And like the occupant of the White House, Donald Johnson, sorry Boris, has also allegedly said some pretty wacky things. True, he has also managed to cobble together a pretty interesting resumé, having worked as a journalist in a number of publications writing about a variety of topics from politics to cars, has served as a Member of Parliament, Mayor of London and Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom before becoming leader of the Conservative Party and tomorrow, Prime Minister.

Tue, 23 Jul 2019 18:38:00 +0300


Boris Johnson: Russophile or Russophobe?
UK's new Prime Minister Boris Johnson had spoken about Russia in the past. He had expressed his opinion about Russia's role in the case of Sergei Skripal, about Russia's actions in Syria and noted once that he was a "committed Russophile." Boris Johnson has won the primaries from his Tory party and will be announced the new Prime Minister Great Britain on July 24. In his first speech, Johnson said that his prime goal would be to "deliver Brexit, unite the country and defeat Corbyn (Labor leader). Boris Johnson said that the UK should exit the European Union before October 31, 2019. Here is what Boris Johnson had said about Russia in the past. "If Putin's troops have helped winkle the maniacs from Palmyra, then (it pains me to admit) that is very much to the credit of the Russians," he wrote in his Daily Telegraph column. "They have made the West look relatively ineffective; and so now is the time for us to make amends, and to play to our strengths," he added (March 28, 2016)."The world's attitude towards Russia has been hardening and I think people now believe that Russia is in danger of becoming a pariah nation. If they continue like this they will forfeit any sympathy and any admiration in the world at all, and I think they do care about that. In the end, if (Vladimir) Putin's strategy is the greatness and glory of Russia then he risks seeing that turned to ashes as people view his actions with contempt." (October 2016). "I think the Russians need a way out and a way forward," Johnson said in Italy ahead of the G7 talks. "If you think about the position of Vladimir Putin now, he's toxifying the reputation of Russia by his continuing association with a government which has flagrantly poisoned its own people." (April 2017). "The point that we have made to the incoming [US] administration and indeed on Capitol Hill is just this, as I said earlier on... it would be folly for us further to demonize Russia or to push Russia into a corner." (January 2017)."I am a Russophile. A Committed Russophile. I took the trouble before coming foreign secretary to station my ancestors around the world. I have them in Germany and France, all over the place. America, and of course here in Moscow as well," Johnson said. "I believe, I am certain that I am the first foreign secretary in the history of my office to be called Boris. Probably quite likely to be the last for some time I would think." (December 2017). "All this stuff Putin comes up with about 'liberalism is over' is wrong. He is totally wrong. Our values of freedom and democracy "are imperishable and they will succeed." (July 2019). "It is rather like the beginning of Crime and Punishment in the sense that we are all confident of the culprit - and the only question is whether he will confess or be caught," Johnson said in March 2018 speaking about the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the UK. 

Tue, 23 Jul 2019 18:21:00 +0300


Sergey Lavrov on Perilous World Conditions
Sergey Lavrov on Perilous World Conditions by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org - Home - Stephen Lendman) I've stressed time and again that today is the most perilous time in world history.

Tue, 23 Jul 2019 17:46:00 +0300


Tent camp fire in Russia kills four children
Four children were killed as a result of the fire that sparked in a tent camp in the Khabarovsk region of Russia. There were 26 tents in the camp, the blaze destroyed 20 of them. At the time of the fire, there were 189 children staying in the camp. Originally, it was reported that one child was killed, and three were hospitalised in serious condition. Later it was reported that the three children fell into a coma and subsequently died. It was established that the camp had been checked for fire safety before opening. The fire could start because of a faulty heater, on which clothes were being dried.Maxim Kuznetsov, the director of the children's tent camp "Holdomi" was arrested. The Investigative Committee has already initiated two criminal cases - under Article 109 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation ("Causing death by negligence") and under Article 238 ("Providing services that do not meet safety requirements").According to the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, 12 people, of whom seven are children, were injured in the fire. Outpatient medical care was provided to five injured adults; six children were hospitalized. Two children who suffered from inhaling combustion products remain in a satisfactory condition. Three others were rushed to hospital in critical condition with thermal burns and thermal inhalation injuries. Doctors fought for the lives of two girls and one boy in intensive care, but could not save them.The authorities of the Khabarovsk region announced three days of mourning over the death of the children. Families of the victims will receive one million rubles each. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev instructed to check all children's summer camps in Russia, similar to the one that got burned in the Khabarovsk region. Using electric heating appliances in tent camps goes against safety rules, he noted.

Tue, 23 Jul 2019 16:51:00 +0300


South Korea attacks Russian Tu-95 bomber in disputed airspace
South Korean fighter jets made more than 300 warning shots in the direction of the Russian military aircraft that supposedly invaded South Korean airspace. According to the Committee of the Chiefs of Staff of South Korea, fighter aircraft of the South Korean Air Force reportedly fired a total of 20 signalling rockets and made about 360 warning shots. The distance between them and the Russian plane at that moment was about one kilometer. The incident took place in the area of the Dokdo Islands (also known as Liancourt in Russia and  Takeshima islands in Japan).China and Japan have already condemned the incident. Representatives of the Chinese Foreign Ministry pointed out that the South Korean air defense identification zone shall not be considered its airspace. Therefore, aircraft of all countries can fly freely there. At the same time, Yoshihide Suga, Secretary General of the Cabinet of Ministers of Japan, indicated that the actions of Seoul in the area of the islands, which Tokyo considers to be its own, were unacceptable and extremely regrettable.Spokespeople for the Russian Defense Ministry said that strategic missile bombers Tu-95MS were making a routine flight and did not violate the border. At the same time, South Korean F-16 fighter jets only shot heat traps and flew away without giving any warning shots. Russian officials indicated.On July 23, it was reported that a total of five aircraft flew into South Korean air defense identification zone: three aircraft from Russia and two from China. One of the Russian aircraft violated the border of the country twice, staying in South Korean airspace for three minutes in each of those times.The South Korean air defense identification zone partially covers the area belonging to international airspace. Russia indicates that this comes contrary to international rules, and Russia does not recognize it.The small group of Liancourt islets is located in the Sea of Japan. This territory has been a matter of territorial dispute between Seoul and Tokyo since the end of World War II in 1945, when Korea ceased to be a Japanese colony.

Tue, 23 Jul 2019 13:46:00 +0300


Ukraine will collapse before it becomes part of Russia
Vladimir Zhirinovsky, a State Duma deputy, the leader of the LDPR party (Liberal and Democratic Party of Russia) believes that the President of Ukraine, Vladimir Zelensky, will rule the country for no more than two years. Afterwards, Zhirinovsky believes, Ukraine will plunge into chaos again. In a message posted on his Telegram channel, Zhirinovsky compared the current state of affairs in Ukraine with "cancer of the fourth stage." Its "metastases have spread throughout the country," he added. "There's blood all over the country, there is no economy, people are leaving. Zelensky can only be the president of such Ukraine for a year or two, and then he will be swept away. There are thousands and thousands of armed people there, they are "pro-Ukrainian" nationalists, who already know the smell of blood. They don't need peace, they want to plunder and kill. After the Second World War, the KGB and the Soviet army were hunting people like them in the woods for ten years. They can bring their Pinochet to power in Ukraine. Then, they will topple him too. The story will end when Ukraine is divided. In the end, all of Ukraine will return to Russia," Zhirinovsky wrote. Ukraine held special elections on Sunday, July 21. According to most recent reports, five parties will be represented in the Ukrainian parliament: "Servant of the People", "Opposition Platform - For Life", "European Solidarity", "Batkivshchyna" and "Golos."

Tue, 23 Jul 2019 11:56:00 +0300


Italy: Angels and demons
I have treasured information and news circulating in Italy these days to write the article that wants to tell the scandal of children stolen from their families and that recently broke out in the Italian town of Bibbiano, to explain it also and above all to foreign readers. I also kept in mind what was written in the book "Coaching & conflicts" by the Russian philosopher and political scientist Leonid Savin, a book of which an Italian edition will come out before long. In the chapter about Caucasus, for example, Savin allows us to deduce how and why the gender theory, instead of ending up ignored for the obvious stupidity that it is, on the contrary has become so widespread in the West that it even assumes academic dignity. The failed attempt to destroy the post-Soviet Union Russia was achieved, according to Savin, also through an attack against the traditional Caucasian family structure, which is still based on a deep respect for parents, family relationships and the authority of the elderly. All things that in the modern individualist and decadent Western society have disappeared for years or in any case reduced to a minimum. In countries like Chechnya, for example, a good number of foreign NGOs took charge of spreading also the social theory of gender, passing it off as happy modernism, while the usual Saudis were given the task of spreading Islamic fundamentalism. However, it was in the Caucasus that the Americans wanted to do too much, simultaneously spreading two poisons that were clearly in conflict with each other. And yet still, my personal deduction, in order to sell to the Caucasian populations some degenerated ideas about men and women, it had first to be proposed them again, brought to the most absurd extremes, in the Western society that has long been secularized, monetized and Godless. In fact, how can something be sold to others if we don't buy it first? Western populations are therefore now suffering not only the inevitable and harmful consequences of an unnatural and very long period of peace and abundance, which has weakened hearts and minds, but also those of the return of a social boomerang that, having failed the target against which it was thrown, came back after the negative effects of its function had already been prepared well in advance even in our societies, precisely by those who intended to thrown it. The people accountable for all do not constitute a very numerous or particularly secret group (they are indeed under the eyes of everyone) but numerous and obvious is the flock of sheep that let themselves conditioned by them.

Mon, 22 Jul 2019 20:22:00 +0300


Israel mocks Poland by inviting Putin to Jerusalem for Auschwitz liberation event
The authorities of Israeli made an unusual decision on how they are going to celebrate 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp by the Red Army. Israeli officials preferred not to go to Poland for official events - they invited Vladimir Putin to Israel instead. An article penned by Marcin Makowski for Wirtualna Polska Media publication says that it was Israeli President Reuven Rivlin who invited Putin. "We must show clear resistance to racism and hatred in any form, and President Putin and Russia are great allies in the fight against anti-Semitism," Rivlin wrote in his invitation to Putin adding that Russia and her president are committed to supporting Israel's security.Makowski then wrote that Warsaw was going to celebrate the event on January 27 of 2020, but the Russian president was not invited, because Poland was unwilling to see the leader of the state, the successor of which was responsible for aggression against Rzeczpospolita (Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, old name of Poland - ed.) on September 17, 1939, and today - for war with Georgia, the annexation of the Crimea and for the bloody conflict with Ukraine. Yet, even though Poland has shown Putin his place, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu organized an alternative celebration on January 26, at the Yad Vashem Museum (The Holocaust History Museum - ed.), the author of the article regretfully wrote.According to Makowski, the one-day conference, which is going to be held in Jerusalem, will have an international status, so other foreign leaders are going to attend it as well. The list of guests may include Donald Trump, Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron, Justin Trudeau and the new British Prime Minister.The journalist concluded that it would be difficult to expect that those politicians could appear in Poland in less than 24 hours. The news of the conference in Jerusalem came as a blow to Poland's diplomacy. The Israeli administration is going to hold an alternative event, because Israel values its union with Russia, rather than historical truth, despite the fact that Russia violates international law, Makowski wrote. The author believes that Polish officials should not go to Israel, because Benjamin Netanyahu is mocking Warsaw. One may assume that Poland, out of respect for historical truth, will announce that it was the Americans, who liberated Auschwitz. This "respect" also allows Poland to hold marches of Polish fascists in the streets of Polish cities and demolish monuments to Red Army soldiers. This may explain why world leaders prefer not to indulge Poland in its awkward attacks against Putin. Whether someone likes it or not, Vladimir Putin is the President of Russia - the successor to the Soviet Union, the army of which liberated Polish concentration camps. It was not Soviet, but Polish collaborators, who had delivered Jews to Nazis. Not that long ago, Israeli politicians said that the Poles "suckle anti-Semitism with their mothers' milk." The statement caused a diplomatic scandal, which led to the abolition of the Visegrad Group summit in Israel.As for the post-war "occupation" of Poland, we would recommend Makowski ask elderly Poles, whether they had suffered during the years of communism and whether they were unfree. In any case, Poland is not a completely free state today - the country is economically and politically dependent on the EU and the United States, including in its position on the Crimea and the Donbass.

Mon, 22 Jul 2019 19:38:00 +0300


Russia pays no mind to Ukraine's protest about Russian passports
Russia will continue issuing passports to residents of self-proclaimed People's Republics of Donetsk and Luhansk, who were deprived of the right to protection and social support in Ukraine. "We will continue issuing passports. This is a sovereign right of Russia and a voluntary desire of citizens of DNR and LNR (Russian initials to People's Republics of Donetsk and Luhansk - ed.). Sanctions are pointless," Oleg Morozov, a Federation Council member said. Earlier on Monday, Alexander Danilyuk, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, said that Kiev was working on new sanctions against Russia. According to him, Kiev was going to complicate the issuance of Russian passports to residents of the Donbass.On July 17, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on the simplification of the process to obtain Russian citizenship for all residents of the People's Republic of Donetsk and the People's Republic of Luhansk, as well as to refugees.Earlier, Putin also simplified the procedure to obtain Russian passports for residents of the Donbass, as well as for Ukrainians who lived in the Crimea or Sevastopol and left before Russia reunited with the Crimea. Kiev criticized the actions of the Russian authorities and threatened to impose new sanctions on the Russian Federation. In addition, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky ordered to develop a mechanism to simplify the process to receive passports for ethnic Ukrainians.

Mon, 22 Jul 2019 17:33:00 +0300


Putin lifts sanctions from Eritrea
Russian President Vladimir Putin lifted sanctions against Eritrea that the Russian Federation imposed nine years ago. The decree, which was published on July 22, 2019, says that the restrictions against the African country were lifted in connection with Resolution 2444 of the UN Security Council from November 14, 2018.The decree imposing sanctions against Eritrea was signed by then-Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in July 2010. Russia prohibited the sale and transfer of all types of arms and related goods, including weapons and ammunition, combat vehicles and military equipment, military equipment and related goods and spare parts to those products. The restrictions also banned the provision of training and technical, financial and other services related to military activities.

Mon, 22 Jul 2019 16:33:00 +0300