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No, colours are reversed. But a link with the headquarter of the deep state being in Swiss according this?Just out of curiosity, is that the Swiss flag behind him?
No, colours are reversed. But a link with the headquarter of the deep state being in Swiss according this?Just out of curiosity, is that the Swiss flag behind him?
I mean yes, it's the right colours! But we don't see the full pattern.No, colours are reversed. But a link with the headquarter of the deep state being in Swiss according this?
Из подвалов "Азовстали" в плен сдался генерал США. Источник назвал имяA US GENERAL SURRENDERED FROM THE BASEMENTS OF AZOVSTAL. THE SOURCE GAVE A NAME
The source reported that US General Eric Olson, British Lieutenant Colonel John Bailey and four NATO military instructors surrendered from the basements of Azovstal.
There is a message on the Web that high-ranking foreign officers surrendered from the basements of Azovstal. Among them are US General Eric Olson, as well as British Lieutenant Colonel John Bailey and four other NATO military instructors.
However, the information has not yet been officially confirmed by the Russian Defense Ministry or the DPR command and is still considered controversial. It is voiced by the source.
Earlier, one of the commanders of marines who surrendered from Azovstal with the call sign "Volyna" confirmed that there are foreigners in the AFU, but allegedly does not know about the commanders among them.
Eyewitnesses among civilians previously evacuated from the basements of Azovstal said that there is a general among the Ukrainian military. But the name was not called. Information about the Canadian General Trevor Cadier also passed through the sources. It is known that he aimed for the chair of the commander-in-chief of the Canadian Armed Forces, but got into a sex scandal and was forced to resign. According to analysts, the story of the scandalous resignation is a cover for sending the general to help the Ukrainian Nazis.
Meanwhile, the headquarters of the DPR TERO reports that the "Azovstal metal plant" has been completely cleared of Ukrainian militants."
Over the past day, 514 Ukrainian militants surrendered from the territory of the Azovstal metallurgical plant in Mariupol," the headquarters said. - The number of Ukrainian militants captured on the territory of the metal plant has reached 2,425 people.
https://topwar.ru/196608-sredi-sdav...eme.html?utm_source=yxnews&utm_medium=desktopAmong those who surrendered at Azovstal, an Azov militant was identified who threatened to kill Ramzan Kadyrov and his family
After the surrender of the militants, identification is being carried out at the Azovstal plant in Mariupol. Among other things, very odious persons are identified already at the first conversations during a personal search. So, it became known about the surrender of the Azov militant (* banned in the Russian Federation) David Kasatkin, a native of Mariupol born in 1996. Kasatkin called himself a lieutenant, a platoon commander in / h 3057. This part is the very "separate special purpose detachment "Azov", the name of which the vast majority of those who capitulated do not find the courage to pronounce.
D. Kasatkin made himself known during the Russian special military operation to liberate Mariupol. He wrote down an appeal to the head of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, where, to put it mildly, in a non-literary form, he promised to settle scores with him and dishonor the women from his family.
Being in the quarters of Mariupol during the battles for the city, Kasatkin, along with his platoon, hid in residential quarters, behind civilians, from where he fired at the troops of the DPR and the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. After that, he filmed "reports" about how "Russian troops are firing at residential buildings."
Conversation during a personal search:
What beautiful tattoos do you have?
The fighter "Azov":
"Kill them all." Who are you going to kill all of them?
These are the words of Tsar Leonid: Kill everyone, take everything away.
On Kasatkin's body, they also found a large tattoo in the form of the head of a cloven-hoofed symbol of Satanists. Such tattoos of different sizes are stuffed on the skin of many militants of the Nazi armed formations of Ukraine.
Video from military commander Andrey Rudenko:
Viktor Orban's twelve tips for political success for right-wingers around the world
In his opening speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Budapest this morning, Prime Minister Orbán outlined the 12 points that conservatives around the world should consider if they want to succeed politically.
Addressing a crowd of international conservative opinion leaders this morning in Budapest at the CPAC, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that after the parliamentary elections on 3 April, we can safely conclude that Christian conservatism has prevailed in Hungary. Focusing on the concrete steps he recommends conservatives around the world to take if they want to succeed, Prime Minister Orbán outlined his 12-point recipe.
"The first point," Orbán began, "is that we must play by our own rules. According to him, one can only win if one does not accept the solutions and directions proposed by others. "That is why we must not be discouraged by being shouted at, called unfit or called troublemakers abroad. In fact, it is suspicious that none of this is happening. Note that anyone who plays by the rules of his opponents will certainly lose," said Prime Minister Orbán.
Turning to the second point of his recipe, Orbán said that national conservatism must be implemented in domestic politics. "The cause of the nation is not a matter of ideology, nor even of tradition. Churches and families must be supported, because they are the building blocks of a nation. This also means staying on the side of the electorate," he said. According to the prime minister, his government decided to build a fence on Hungary's southern border because Hungarians said they did not want to live with illegal migrants. "They said: Viktor, build a wall. And three months later, the wall was up. The secret of all this is not to think about it too much," the prime minister said.
The third point is to keep the national interest at the centre of foreign policy. "Progressives have always believed that foreign policy is a battle of ideologies, a battle of good and evil, where the course of history is decided. But as far as I can see, my dear friends, there have been at least four of these great battles in the last 100 years. Something is wrong with the formula. Our answer should be a simple and clear antithesis to the progressives. Hungary first, America first. We need an interest-based foreign policy. This is not always easy, because foreign policy is often a complicated world," the Prime Minister said.
"The fourth point," he continued, "is that we need the media, because we can only show the folly of the progressive left if we have the media to help us." According to Orbán, left-wing opinion only seems to be in the majority because the media helps them amplify their voices. The problem is that the modern Western media is aligned with left-wing opinion. Those who taught reporters in universities, the Prime Minister added, already professed left-wing progressive principles. "I am well aware of the old ethos of Western democracy that political parties and the press should be separated. That is the way it should be. But, my friends, the Democrats in America, for example, do not abide by these rules. Have you ever tried to count how many media outlets serve the Democratic Party? CNN, the New York Times, and I could go on and on. I wouldn't get to the end, even if we stayed there until tonight.
The fifth point: expose the true intentions of your opponents. According to the Prime Minister, the existence of conservative media is a necessary but not sufficient condition for victory. "You also have to be a taboo breaker," PM Orbán said, adding that "maybe I don't need to explain this to our American friends, because who would be a bigger taboo breaker than President Donald Trump himself."
Point number six concerns the economy. Orbán said that only economic policies that benefit even those who did not vote for you should be pursued. "People want to get ahead in life. If a right-wing government cannot offer that, it is doomed to failure.
"Our seventh point is that you must not be drawn into an extreme. He says that while extremist views keep resurfacing on the right, as well as the left, if we look closely we will find that people don't really want to deal with them. "But my friends, what is the difference between the denial of science by the far right and the denial of biology by the LGBTQ movement? The answer is simple, there is no difference. We must give to God what belongs to God, to the emperor what belongs to the emperor, and to science what belongs to science.
The eighth point is that we must read every day. "I know it sounds strange, I am not a scientist, but the fact is that books are the best way to understand and communicate complex things. And the world is getting more and more complicated, so you have to take the time to understand it. For example, I dedicate one day a week to reading myself.
"The ninth point is that you have to have faith," the Prime Minister said, adding that if someone does not believe in the Last Judgement, they think they can do anything they want. "So their lack of faith is dangerous," Orbán observed.
Point number ten: Make friends. According to the Prime Minister, "our opponents, the progressive liberals and the neo-Marxists, are always united. They support each other. Conservatives, on the other hand, are capable of bickering with each other on the slightest issue, Orbán said. "And then we wonder how our opponents manage to girdle us". "If you want to succeed in politics, never look at where you disagree with another person, but look for where you have common ground.
Turning to the eleventh point of his recipe for Christian Conservative success, Prime Minister Orbán said that building communities was vital. "Friends, I have also learned over the years that there is no conservative political success without well-functioning communities. The fewer communities there are and the more lonely people are, the more voters turn to the Liberals. On the other hand, the more communities we have, the more votes we get. It is as simple as that", said Prime Minister Orbán.
In conclusion, Prime Minister Orbán stated that building political institutions is conducive to success. According to the Prime Minister, while politicians come and go, institutions remain for generations.
"It is institutions that can intellectually renew politics. We need new ideas, new thoughts, new people, again and again, and when they run out, we have no ammunition," Prime Minister Orbán said.
I attempted to make an FB with that video, and included a link to an interview with Sahra Wagenknecht from Bild, where she argues Germany should be careful not to get further pulled into this war.Alice Weidel, the AfD spokesperson, presents her speech to the German parliament about the crisis Germany is facing.
So far the post has not appeared. At any rate, I must say I did not expect such a reaction from FB; it was just a comment on German politics and German economy, but that seems to be a very, very sore topic these days.Your post was received, but admins will need to approve it first before it's visible to others.
Not-Zees. Double entendre but very appropos, because that's who the Not-Zees are representing: Nazis. Whether they realize it or not.An appropriate joke about the Z issue, that is more than just a joke IMO:
"It is institutions that can intellectually renew politics. We need new ideas, new thoughts, new people, again and again, and when they run out, we have no ammunition," Prime Minister Orbán said.This is a bit off topic,
I'm sure the West will call the satanic tattoos displayed on the Azov Nazis as "fun adornments" and they will write articles about these "heroic commanders" in admiration."Whatever your views on Ukraine, the war and the US role: it's just amazing that the Western press -- which spent a full decade in unison calling the Azov Battalion neo-Nazi fanatics -- now speak of them in admiring terms and will only say that their Nazism is a "Russian claim." https://t.co/izx0ssgdyg
I think it will be seen - by the Russia-supporting hundreds of millions of people around the world - as betrayal from the part of Russia, if Team-Putin lets these satanic Nazi Azov high commanders to run back to the West in prisoner exchanges.Personally, it's irrrelevant where those so-called high-ranking prisoners are from. They trained (ie aided and abetted) the Azov scum in urban warfare/war crimes (using civilians as shields, terrorizing them [murder, rape, torture]). If they were in Azovstal with the Azov, then one can safely say they were engaging in combat against Russian forces as well, which makes them mercenaries, hence legally defined as war criminals.
They should definitely be shown no mercy or special treatment. Common thugs and criminals no less. They should be given the most severe punishment that is legally possible.
The President of Poland promised to “not calm down” until Ukraine joins the EU
Duda called the Ukrainian citizens who arrived guests, not refugees. Polish president warns against ceding 'even a centimeter' of Ukrainian territory to Russia
Warsaw is ready to do everything possible for Ukraine to become a member of the European Union, Polish President Andrzej Duda said during a speech in the Verkhovna Rada, Polske Radio reports. He became the first European leader to speak in the Ukrainian parliament after the start of the special operation.
“I will not rest until Ukraine becomes a member of the European Union,” he said (quoted by Reuters).
The Polish President added that only Ukraine has the right to determine its own future, pointing to the emerging 'disturbing voices' that call on Kyiv to submit to Moscow's demands. 'If Ukraine is sacrificed ... to the economy or political ambitions - even a centimeter of its territory - it will be a huge blow not only for the Ukrainian people, but for the entire Western world,' he said.
Noting the friendly relations between Warsaw and Kyiv, Duda proposed signing a new Ukrainian-Polish treaty on good neighborliness. He also assured that Ukrainian citizens who arrived in Poland because of Russia's actions are not refugees for the country. He stressed: “These are our guests,” Wirtualna Polska reports.
A similar, mirror bill will soon be submitted to the Verkhovna Rada, the country's president also promised. “God forbid that Polish citizens will never need all these advantages in such conditions, in conditions” of hostilities, Zelensky stressed, noting that the law will have a symbolic meaning, proving the closeness of the two peoples.
Zelensky proposed to grant citizens of Poland a special legal status
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry will develop a bill similar to the Polish law on assistance to Ukrainians, which actually equates them to Polish citizens, the press secretary of the Ukrainian president explained
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky proposed to grant the Poles a special legal status, UNIAN reports. The introduction of the relevant bill to the Verkhovna Rada was previously announced by the head of state, speaking in parliament, said Olga Sovgirya, MP from the Servant of the People faction.
As the press secretary of the Ukrainian leader Sergei Nikiforov explained to the agency, the draft law will be developed by the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, similar to the Polish law on supporting Ukrainian citizens.
“We need to pay attention to the law that was adopted in Poland for temporarily displaced persons from Ukraine and which actually equated the citizens of Ukraine with the citizens of Poland, but without the right to vote. Accordingly, in Ukraine, at the initiative of the president, a similar law will be adopted,” said Nikiforov.
At the end of March, Polish President Andrzej Duda signed amendments to the law on assistance to Ukrainians. Thus, citizens of Ukraine who were forced to leave the country due to hostilities will be able to legally stay in the republic for 18 months from February 24. This applies to those who are going to stay in this country. Subsequently, they will be granted a temporary residence permit. This document can be obtained once every three years. The application must be submitted no earlier than nine months from the date of entry and no later than 18 months from February 24, 2022.
In addition, it will be easier for Ukrainians to obtain a PESEL identification number, which entitles them to use public services. The law guarantees Ukrainian citizens employment on the same terms as the Poles. They will also be able to conduct business in Poland under the same conditions as its citizens by assigning a PESEL number.
Ukrainians are entitled to a one-time allowance of 300 złoty (€64.8) per person, social benefits and healthcare services are available to them.
The statements in the speech gives the impression that Poland is ready to defend Ukrainian territory, time will show what is talk, and what is action. Is the Polish-Ukrainian understanding informed by the historical memory of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth?According to the EU external border security agency Frontex, 6.3 million refugees moved to the EU from Ukraine and Moldova, of which more than 3.4 million arrived in Poland.