The Nazis Among Us — The Nuclear War Threat Isn’t Coming from Russia
by Barbara Boyd
Right now, the globalist elites in Brussels, Washington, Ottawa, New York, London, and other Western capitals, are in a rug-chewing fit as they acquaint themselves with what happens in actual wars—as opposed to the counter-insurgency and resource wars of recent U.S./British vintage. They are being forced to contemplate their actual economic circumstances in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the recent Russia/China economic integrations and nascent alliance, and their own complete economic dependence on goods produced elsewhere—a dependence they created. Their response is just as LaRouche predicted. Read more >>>
Washington has gone to great lengths to prepare Kiev “to wage a hybrid war against Russia,” a major US news outlet has said
According to the Pentagon’s paperwork, from as early as December Washington had been actively equipping the Kiev government with shotguns, special suits for explosive ordnance disposal and other items useful for combat in urban areas – that’s more than two months before the Russian invasion occurred.
And over the past week the deliveries of American arms to Ukraine intensified further, with Kiev getting Stinger anti-aircraft missile systems for the first time and boosting its arsenal of anti-tank Javelin missiles, among other things.
The list has illustrated the great extent to which the Biden administration “sought to prepare the Ukrainian military to wage a hybrid war against Russia,” the Washington Post added.
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The delivery of weapons to Kiev is “a continuous process. We are always, always looking at what Ukraine needs, and we’ve been doing this for years now,” according to an unnamed high-ranking US defense official cited by the paper.
After the Russian incursion, “we have just accelerated our process of identifying requirements and accelerated our consultations as well with the Ukrainians, talking to them daily, as opposed to periodic meetings that we did before this crisis,” he explained.
Some $240 million out of the $350 million in lethal aid that had been approved in late February has already been supplied to Ukraine, according to a senior defense official.
This adds to around $200 million in military assistance that Washington greenlighted for Ukraine in late December, sending M141 single-shot shoulder-launched rocket launchers, M500 shotguns, Mk-19 grenade launchers, M134 miniguns and other gear to the country.
Moscow launched what it called a “special operation” in Ukraine last Thursday, saying that it was needed to stop the “genocide” in the Republics of Donetsk and Lugansk, which broke away from Kiev in 2014.
According to the Russian side, the aim of the operation is to “denazify” and “demilitarize” the Ukrainian government, not to occupy the neighboring country.
Kiev has denied Moscow’s justification for the incursion, claiming that an unprovoked war has been waged against it and rallying for international support.
It had also asked the US to impose a no-fly zone above Ukraine on numerous occasions, but the Biden administration has been reluctant to fulfill the request, which would require NATO to target Russian warplanes over the country, potentially leading to a major war in Europe.
Elon Musk: Starlink Won’t Block Russian News Sources
SpaceX won’t take action against Russian media outlets, CEO Elon Musk said March 5.
SpaceX’s Starlink, a satellite broadband service, started providing internet to Ukrainians in late February in the wake of the Russian invasion.
Since the war started, a number of entities have stopped carrying or banned Russian outlets, including U.S. platform DIRECTV and the European Union.
Musk, though, said his company wouldn’t do the same—with one caveat.
“Starlink has been told by some governments (not Ukraine) to block Russian news sources. We will not do so unless at gunpoint,” Musk wrote on Twitter.
Many Russian outlets are state-funded or -backed.
When a user said that Russian outlets “are propaganda resources,” Musk responded that “all news sources are partially propaganda, some more than others.”
Musk has previously expressed support for Ukraine in its fight against Russia and Starlink was activated over the country at the request of a Ukrainian government official.
Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister Mykhailo Fedorov thanked Musk on Feb. 28, sharing a picture of terminals that had arrived in Ukraine.
Monitoring companies said the war was disrupting internet service, sometimes within hours, in major cities.
Starlink is described as providing internet service by using “advanced satellites in a low orbit. The satellites that power it orbit the planet much closer to Earth than satellites that have traditionally linked people with internet.
Some 47 satellites were deployed to Ukraine as of March 3, according to SpaceX.
Musk warned users recently that Starlink was “the only non-Russian communications system still working in some parts of Ukraine” so they should “use with caution” because the “probability of being targeted is high.”
SpaceX later bolstered cyber defense and worked to overcome signal jamming, but users may see slight delays, he added later.
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Putin reveals conditions for offensive in Ukraine to stop
6 Mar, 2022 12:12 HomeRussia & FSU
Kiev must cease fighting and fulfill all of Moscow’s demands in order for the Russian invasion of Ukraine to stop, President Vladimir Putin told Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday.
Moscow’s ‘special operation’ in the neighboring country “will come to a halt only if Kiev stops its military action and fulfills the demands of Russia, which are well known,” Putin explained during the phone call, according to the Kremlin’s press service.
The president assured Erdogan that Russia is ready for dialogue with the Ukrainian side, as well as with foreign partners, in order to find a peaceful solution to the conflict.
However, he warned that any attempts to drag out the negotiations, which could be used by Ukraine to regroup its forces and assets, will be “self-defeating.”
The Russian military does everything possible to protect the lives of civilians, only carrying out surgical strikes on Ukrainian military facilities, Putin added. “In this context, the actions of the nationalists – the neo-Nazi units – look particularly cruel and cynical as they continue intensive shelling of Donbass and use civilians, including foreigners, who are basically taken hostage, as a ‘human shield’ in Ukrainian cities and towns,” he said.
According to Erdogan’s office, he tried to persuade Putin that an urgent general ceasefire is necessary in Ukraine in order to provide humanitarian aid to the population and to create the conditions for a political solution.
“Let’s pave the way for peace together,” the Turkish president urged his Russian counterpart on the phone.
Erdogan reiterated Turkey’s eagerness to contribute to the settlement of the crisis through mediation and other diplomatic means. Ankara has remained in close contact with Kiev and other countries on the issue, he added.
Turkey, which is a Black Sea nation like Russia and Ukraine, enjoys good relations with both Moscow and Kiev. Though a NATO member, Turkey has been trying to maintain a neutral stance since Russia sent its troops into Ukraine last Thursday to “denazify” and “demilitarize” the country, which it blames for “genocide” in the breakaway republics of Donetsk and Lugansk. Kiev and its Western allies claim the attack was completely unprovoked.
Turkey has condemned the Russian invasion and supported Ukrainian territorial integrity, but also opposed the harsh international sanctions, designed to isolate Moscow. The government in Ankara is hoping to stage talks between the Russian and Ukrainian foreign ministers next week in southern Turkey. So far, the idea has been welcomed by Moscow and Kiev.