Sunday, November 27, 2022

Increasingly obvious

"Douglas Macgregor: Ukraine & Russia War" (Horton). 

"Winter Ukraine War Analysis" (Weeb Union War Updates).

"[ Ukraine SITREP ] Day 276 (26/11): Russian TOS-1A deployed at Stelmakhivka and Novoselivske" (Defense Politics Asia).

"Russia-Ukraine War: New Russian Defenses Built In Luhansk - November 26th" (THETI Mapping).

"Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 277".

"Open Thread..." (Martyanov).

"Star CIA Analysts Are Out of Touch With Reality When it Comes to Russia" (Johnson).  The CIA is most definitely a key player in the acceleration of the end of the Empire.

"Russia says it foiled sabotage at 'South Stream' gas pipeline".

"We Have Met the Enemy and He Is Us" (Johnson).

"Did Sam Bankman-Fried’s Mother’s Ideas About Moral Responsibility Have, Er, Consequences?" (Welton).  "Scheerson the Messiah" (Aangirfan).

"Bye-bye, Kiev, hello Cote d’Azur: As Westerners send aid, here’s how Ukraine’s corrupt elites are profiting from the conflict" (Muir) (my emphasis in red):

"Medical supplies are also being stolen. The Telegraph reports that “some of the donated supplies later made their way onto the hospitals’ pharmacy shelves: priced, and listed for sale.” Health workers appropriate medicine, bandages, and medical equipment, and resell them to patients for whom they were intended to be free, the article says.

A similar story was told by the aforementioned doctor Dr Morris: “I got a call from a nurse at a military hospital in Dnipro. She said the president of the hospital had stolen all the pain medications to resell them, and that the wounded soldiers being treated there had no pain relief. She begged us to hand-deliver pain medications to her. She said she would hide them from the hospital president so that they’d reach the soldiers. But who can you trust? Was the hospital president really stealing the medications, or was she trying to con us into giving her pain medications for her to sell or use? Who knows. Everyone is lying.”"

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