Putin Probably Didn’t Really Apologize To Bennett For Lavrov’s Anti-Fascist Remark

The disconnect between both sides’ interpretations of that crucial aspect of their call doesn’t necessarily mean that one or the other is lying, but just that they might have interpreted parts of their discussion a bit differently, which is natural and actually works to both of their benefit.

Putin Probably Didn’t Really Apologize To Bennett For Lavrov’s Anti-Fascist Remark

H/T: THE NEW DARK AGE

Previously:

On Lavrov’s Spat With Israel – Who Is Right?

Ukraine: The American Tyranny Of Power

Ukraine: The American Tyranny Of Power

The first thing these evil ruling oligarchs want is property, and the best way to drive prices down is to start a war, like they did in Vietnam, and in Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen and the entire Middle East where people are fleeing the war zones. As soon as this happens, land prices go down and the corporate privateers sweep in.

Digital Directorate so it can more effectively control internet information. The control of scientific and technological information is just as important as the control of words and language, any intellectual information that is written or spoken. All the internet hypertext language is routed through the supercomputer processors of the CIA in Langley, Virginia. Vladimir Putin recently said that the Internet was a CIA special project. He was right.

H/T: The New Dark Age

US weapons supply to Ukraine prepped in January

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Samizdat | April 29, 2022

A scheme to send US weapons to Ukraine, using the “lend-lease” formula pioneered during WWII to skirt neutrality laws, was officially approved by Congress this week. However, it was put together all the way back in January – more than a month before Moscow recognized the Donbass republics as independent and sent troops into Ukraine.

US weapons supply to Ukraine prepped in January

Political West mulls reshaping UN and what’s left of international law

By Drago Bosnic | April 27, 2022

In order to understand the prelude to World War 2, one cannot ignore the failures of the long-defunct League of Nations, which was a UN-like structure aimed at being a forum of countries resolving disputes through dialogue rather than war. Although just another noble idea before World War 1, in the immediate aftermath of the sheer death and destruction resulting from that conflict, it became an urgent necessity. The League of Nations was supposed to make sure nothing of sorts ever happened again.

Political West mulls reshaping UN and what’s left of international law

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