Russian offensive in Ukraine; Day 5 – Grand Jury (Nuremberg 2.0); A Look into the Minds of the Satanic Elite With Juan O Savin

Experts tell RT how Russian offensive in Ukraine will end

Russian analysts weigh in on the advance of Moscow’s troops in Ukraine
Experts tell RT how Russian offensive in Ukraine will end
A Russian armored vehicle is pictured near the Ukrainian border. © Sputnik / Konstantin Mikhalchevsky

As Russia’s armed forces conduct an attack designed to cripple Ukraine’s military, delegations from Moscow and Kiev have held two rounds of high-stakes peace talks in Belarus. RT got in contact with Russian experts about when and how the so called “special operation” is likely to draw to a close, what this could mean for Ukraine’s sovereignty, and what lessons can be learned in relation to information warfare.

Moscow’s mission to demilitarize Ukraine

Russia’s Permanent Representative to the UN Vasily Nebenzya has insisted that, through the invasion of Ukraine, Moscow is exercising its right to defend itself from a neighboring country that is seeking to acquire an arsenal of nuclear weapons. Speaking at the Munich Security Conference last month, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky touched on Kiev’s decision to hand over its atomic armaments under the Budapest Memorandum, inked in 1994, in exchange for security guarantees.

Some observers interpreted this as the former Soviet Republic looking to renounce its non-nuclear status.

“As soon as there is an understanding that the Ukrainian authorities are willing to start the demilitarization and denazification process, it’ll be a step towards wrapping up the operation,” Nebenzya claimed.

The Head of the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies at the Higher School of Economics (HSE), Vasily Kashin, explained to RT that analysis of the military intervention in Ukraine should be based on President Vladimir Putin’s statements.

As Russia’s armed forces conduct an attack designed to cripple Ukraine’s military, delegations from Moscow and Kiev have held two rounds of high-stakes peace talks in Belarus. RT got in contact with Russian experts about when and how the so called “special operation” is likely to draw to a close, what this could mean for Ukraine’s sovereignty, and what lessons can be learned in relation to information warfare.

Moscow’s mission to demilitarize Ukraine

Russia’s Permanent Representative to the UN Vasily Nebenzya has insisted that, through the invasion of Ukraine, Moscow is exercising its right to defend itself from a neighboring country that is seeking to acquire an arsenal of nuclear weapons. Speaking at the Munich Security Conference last month, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky touched on Kiev’s decision to hand over its atomic armaments under the Budapest Memorandum, inked in 1994, in exchange for security guarantees.

Some observers interpreted this as the former Soviet Republic looking to renounce its non-nuclear status.

“As soon as there is an understanding that the Ukrainian authorities are willing to start the demilitarization and denazification process, it’ll be a step towards wrapping up the operation,” Nebenzya claimed.

The Head of the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies at the Higher School of Economics (HSE), Vasily Kashin, explained to RT that analysis of the military intervention in Ukraine should be based on President Vladimir Putin’s statements.

Barabanov believes, a new ‘Novorussian’ people’s republic, with a capital situated near Kherson in the south, or Kharkov in the east, could be an alternative to the incumbent Kiev government. He also noted that there’s been much speculation in the media that a potential new state could be headed by former Novorossiya parliament speaker and Verkhovna Rada member, Oleg Tsaryov, or the former Ukrainian prime minister, Nikolay Azarov.

“In this case, they can even negotiate with Russia, practically dividing Ukraine. I don’t believe there’s a chance somebody could just oust Zelensky, despite Putin’s calls to the military to seize power. I see it as the least likely scenario,” the expert said.

According to Kashin, there are some allegedly Russian-controlled anti-fascist organizations in Ukraine that could theoretically be involved in running the country.

“This is a very peculiar idea of Ukraine’s future,” Kashin said.

The HSE expert alleges that Tsaryov could be taking part in developments from behind the scenes. He also pointed out that MP Ilya Kiva has been very vocal over the past few days, criticizing both Zelensky and Kiev Mayor Vitaly Klitschko.

Kiva was once in charge of the Poltava branch of the Right Sector, an ultra-right Ukrainian organization. He previously supported the Ukrainization of the Donbass and worked as an adviser to former minister of internal affairs Arsen Avakov. In 2014-2015, he participated in the so-called anti-terrorist operation in DPR and LPR from the Ukrainian side.

In recent years, Ukrainian nationalists began to condemn Kiva for his political U-turn. He joined the ranks of the allegedly pro-Russian Opposition Platform – For Life – the political party headed by Viktor Medvedchuk, who is currently under house-arrest. In an interview in 2021, Kiva said that “for me, Russia is a chance to save the future of my country,” while “the US is sowing seeds of Nazism in Ukraine.”

Media and public opinion

Barabanov claims that the Russian media may have kept a lower profile in its coverage of the war based on the need to keep tactical plans secret over the course of the attack.

“However, the Ukrainian leadership and talking heads have been working hard to keep up the morale, regularly thanking their troops for their heroism and for defending their homeland. We don’t see enough of that in Russia, except that one time President Putin thanked them. When it comes to boosting morale, the Ukrainian propaganda machine trumps the Kremlin one,” he said.

Kashin also asserts that Russian press is not adequately covering the offensive, but he stopped short of declaring Ukraine as the winner on the media campaign.

“Russia should be showing not only more videos, but also various interviews. What we’ve seen so far are mostly strange statements. But Ukraine is not handling it all that well either. Perhaps it’s because their propaganda infrastructure was hit at the very beginning of the operation. The statements coming from Ukraine now are chaotic and unconfirmed,” he said.

A lack of what Kashin believes to be official information coming from Moscow, has contributed to the controversial reaction many are observing within the country, according to the expert.

“Russia should’ve prepared detailed reference materials that would be widely available and contain all the information about how the talks broke down, who was responsible, and who and how made the decision to launch the current military operation. Most importantly, there should be a clear explanation about why Ukraine is so important to Russia that we started the biggest war in Europe since 1945 over it.” 

Despite the advances of Moscow’s armed forces on the ground, Russian society does not receive enough insight on how the war is going, Kashin claims, adding that it will take time to fully grasp just how successful the operation is going.

 

Who are the Globalists? You decide

Putin’s address from Davos 2022: Are you surprised they even invite Putin to these things considering he says the complete opposite of what these psychopaths stand for.

• Collapse of global development possibility where he says it might result in a fight of “all against all”
• He touches on the incoming Fourth Industrial Revolution and incoming integration of AI
• He speaks (negatively) about governments encroaching on civil liberties
• Putin also discusses lack of free speech and says he knows many in the same room agree
• He continues with what human rights are required in society and the views of Russia
• Putin says the idea of the “New World Order” is over
• He touches on climate change but I will say discusses more preserving and looking after the planet in general rather than climate change agenda
• Schwab tries to put him on the spot by asking about relations with other European countries. Putin essentially says they must all work together to improve relations


Riccardo Bosi: Ukraine is the Head of the Snake! 26/2/22 Riccardo Bosi explains the we are very close and the dispute in Ukraine is not what the MSM are leading us to believe. Filmed on 26/02/2022 at Parliament House, Canberra, Australia.

Rumble Video Link
https://rumble.com/vw4o18-riccardo-bosi-ukraine-is-the-head-of-the-snake-26222.html

Day 5 – Grand Jury (Nuremberg 2.0) – Financial Destruction

A group of intern. attorneys and a judge are conducting a criminal investigation modeled on the grand jury proceedings to present to the public all available evidence of past crimes against humanity related to Covid-19 of the “leaders, organizers, instigators, and accomplices” who assisted in the formulation and execution of a common plan for a pandemic. This investigation is of the people, by the people, and for the people, so YOU can be part of the jury.

By presenting a complete picture of the factual situation, including the geopolitical and historical background, the trial aims to raise awareness of the collapse of the current hijacked system and its institutions.

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