HMS Echo is here. We firstly want to demonstrate the solidarity we have with Ukraine and the fact that Ukraine doesn’t stand alone, but also demonstrating our rights in order to be able to come to ports such as Odessa, for freedom of navigation, for freedom of navies to be able to operate in the Black Sea. This isn’t Russia’s Sea, this is an international sea.
The UK regime’s Secretary of State for Defence, speaking from the deck of Ukraine’s flagship Hetman Sahaydachniy in Odessa a few days ago.
On Saturday morning another muppet, former Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon, was sending his Christmas message to Putin. During a brief rant, he told BBC listeners that Russia had “seized” part of Ukraine. If he believes this he can believe anything.
Rick Wiles and his team discuss the “NATO wants war” issue on TRU News, from about minute 56.
Enjoy your Christmas folks. It could be your last.
I was still dazed with sleep when I heard the BBC Five Live newsreader say this morning that someone was calling for Russia to be punished with further sanctions, because of their malign activities around the world. I found out later that the potty politician calling the samovar black was one of my countrymen. On the BBC website – Jeremy Hunt wants ‘malign’ Russia to face tougher sanctions.
What a nerve the UK regime has. Hands dripping with the blood of Iraqis, Syrians, Libyans, and Yemenis – and tongues furred with lies and propaganda.
In Syria now, the citizens are rebuilding their broken communities. It isn’t going to be easy. Certain nations, the usual suspects, are determined to keep the war in that country simmering, hoping to bring it to the boil again. Even more disheartening, malign forces are going out of their way to obstruct the reconstruction of Syria’s bombed to beggary infrastructure. Sergei Lavrovspills the beans…
Still think the UN is a force for good in the world? (If you ever did.)
Dionne shares her research into Agenda 21 in a recent video, just days after explaining Common Purpose. We ordinary folk should be afraid, very afraid.
The theory of “projection” goes some way to explain the Russophobia that currently enfeebles western regimes. It is troubling to be a victim of projection in “ordinary, everyday life” – but when the ruling elites of armed to the teeth countries are in this manner deranged…
For the most part, surrounded by American and NATO military bases, libeled and slandered daily, the Russian Federation maintains its dignity, keeps its cool.
This ball, found on Filey Sands last Sunday morning, must have made a lot of little feet very happy. And after 52 years of hurt England almost did the biz in Russia. Losing to Croatia last night was disappointing but the team will surely return to a warm, heroes welcome. Perhaps next time. (Good luck to Croatia in the Final. Hope you win the star for your shirts.)
As bread and circuses go, this World Cup has been one of the most memorable. I hope all fans who made the journey to and around the Federation will get home safely – and tell everyone they know what it is really like over there. Is it really as bad as the treacherous UK regime tells us?
As a mouthpiece for a tyrannical regime, the BBC must be without peer. I haven’t read all of Kit’s article yet – it is wonderfully long. If you consume a few paragraphs and feel poisoned there is an antidote. “Uncle Grisha” offers many insights into a more palatable and believable Russia than the country “Auntie” shamelessly misrepresents.
Graham is English but speaks Russian with some fluency and has such an engaging manner that few “natives” seem to object to his questions. A few days ago, he let his hair down (metaphorically) at the stadium in Rostov-on–Don where England played Tunisia in the World Cup. His stock in trade, though, is countering the lies about a country he clearly loves. I’ll give you a link to just one, in the hope that you will seek out more for yourself.