On the so-called Ukrainian Breakfast Discussion in Davos, on January 19 this year, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson confidently claimed that President Putin will never use nuclear weapons and that the collective West can t
Next month, Russia will mark the first anniversary of Special Military Operation (SMO) in Ukraine, which began last year on February 22.
Since the beginning of the Russian Special Military Operation (SMO) in Ukraine, Europe’s self-proclaimed master the United States has forced all the EU member states to support sanctions on Russia.
From the beginning of Joe Biden’s and NATO’s Ukrainian proxy war, Volodymyr Zelenskyy has been trying to push the United States into a direct military conflict with Russia—and World War III. Zelenskyy’s motivation is twofold.
In the context of hostilities in Ukraine, media and messenger publications focus on the fighting, shelling, and supply of weapons and military equipment. Occasionally there is information about the actions of mercenaries.
The topic of US development of biological weapons under the guise of research is already covered quite extensively in the international press.
The midterm elections in the US witnessed razor-thin races as Senate and House control hangs in the balance.
What is happening now in Ukraine is war. There is no more Special Military Operation (SMO)—what we have is called “war.: Not a war between Russia and Ukraine, but a war of the collective West against Russia. When U.S. trackers direct missiles at Russian territory, it can only be called “war.” And it doesn’t matter whose arms they are fighting with. When they aim HIMERS at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant it can be interpreted as an attempt to deliver a nuclear strike on Russia. If the US, NATO and the collective West had not sided with the terrorist regime in Kiev, all the goals of the SMO would have been successfully accomplished long ago. But the real war began. The West has crossed all red lines. This is irreversible.