On the Cusp of Major Change

On September 27, the 5th and final day of referendum voting to join Russia is taking place in Donbass and Kherson/Zaporozhye Regions. After 4 days of voting, Russia declared ongoing referendums valid after turnout cleared the 50% level across the board. Through Monday, turnout was as follows: In Donetsk, it’s 86.89%. In Lugansk: 83.61%. In... Continue Reading →

US Heading for One-Party Rule?

Throughout the US/West, fantasy democracies run things — the real thing virtually banned. Throughout Europe and in Canada, ruling regimes abandoned their sovereignty to a higher power in Washington. Parties and political aspirants for peace, equity, justice and cooperative relations with other nations according to international law are considered enemies of the Western states where... Continue Reading →

Germany’s Incompetent Leader

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is a real life Lt. Cmdr. Philip Francis Queeg — the fictional USS Caine commander in Herman Wouk’s 1951 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Caine Mutiny. Based on Wouk’s personal experiences aboard two US Pacific Theater vessels during WW II, it explains how crew members dealt with an incompetent captain who endangered... Continue Reading →

Russia-Bashing Tuesday

Make no mistake. Along with waging unparalleled sanctions war, hegemon USA and its NATO vassals are waging hot war on Russia — with full support and encouragement from their MSM co-conspirators. While MSM pursue the same anti-Russia agenda — in cahoots with rogue states where they’re based — the NYT is the leading Russophobe offender... Continue Reading →

Highlights of Sergey Lavrov’s News Conference Following His Straight-Talk UN General Assembly Address

Commenting first on referendum voting in Donbass and Kherson/Zaporozhye Regions to join Russia, Lavrov stressed the following: US/Western “hysterics” over what’s going on reflects their ruling regimes’ intolerance of democracy in action wherever occurring. It’s happening in the above areas because Nazified Ukraine made “life (for) ethnic Russians…intolerable.” Local governments on their own decided to... Continue Reading →

Let Freedom Ring Ukraine Update

As referendum voting on joining Russia began Sunday — day-three of a five-day process to conclude on Tuesday — results through two days of voting showed the following: In Donetsk, over 55% of residents cast ballots. In Lugansk, it’s nearly 46%. In the Kherson and Zaporozhye Regions, it’s nearly 32% and over 35% respectively. Despite... Continue Reading →

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