The Biden Regime Wants Russia Condemned for Supporting the Universal Right of Self-Determination

The Biden regime will introduce a Security Council resolution to condemn Russian support for the right of UN Charter-affirmed self-determination for Donbass and Kherson/Zaporozhye residents. According to its so-called UN envoy, Thomas-Greenfield: If Russia vetoes the unacceptable resolution, “we will then look to the UN General Assembly” for adoption — by use of its customary... Continue Reading →

Russia Bashing As Vladimir Putin Announces Support for Accession of Liberated Territories to Russia

On Friday, US/Western supported Ukrainian Nazis attacked civilian vehicles en route from regime controlled Zaporozhye Region to its liberated territory. At least 24 people were killed, dozens more wounded, a war crime against people yearning to breathe free from the scourge of Nazified tyranny. According to Zaporozhye Region’s military/civilian head, Yevgeny Balitsky: “People were leaving... Continue Reading →

A New Ball Game

There’s no ambiguity about whose dirty hands sabotaged Russia’s Nord Stream I and II gas pipelines. What happened on Monday perhaps permanently destroyed Russia’s main gas supply routes to Europe — what clearly wasn’t accidental. Significantly damaging both pipelines greatly escalated hegemon USA’s undeclared war on Russia, Germany and other European countries dependent on Russian... Continue Reading →

State-Sponsored Terrorism

According to US law, terrorism involves “violent acts or acts dangerous to human life…(that)  intimidate or coerce a civilian population…influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion…(and engage in) mass destruction.” Martin Luther King called hegemon USA “(t)he greatest purveyor of violence in the world.” There’s no ambiguity about how it operates at... Continue Reading →

The Sound of Freedom

On Tuesday, five days of democracy in action as it should be referendum voting to join Russia concluded in Donbass and Kherson/Zaporozhye Regions. In Donetsk, turnout was 97.51%. In Lugansk, it was 94.15%. In Zaporozhye and Kherson Regions, it was 85.4% and 78.86% respectively. Final results were overwhelmingly as follows: In Donetsk, 99.23% of voters... Continue Reading →

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